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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. MELISSA DOYLE: The team behind
the Melbourne Cup winner celebrate into the night. This morning, jockey Brett Prebble
joins us live. A young boy drowns
in a family swimming pool. The world watches closely as the US picks its president
for the next four years. Four entries split the record
$100 million jackpot. # She's so mean

# You'll never let her go # Rob Thomas and the band perform
at Brekky Central. Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central,
Kochie and Mel.

(all laugh). Beretts has still got a bit of work to do for Derby Day. Ladies Day, Oaks Day.No wonder. He's hanging around.

We're back at Brekky Central
after our day at the Cup. Mel met Charles and Camilla -
more on that shortly.

We shared a cup of tea.More on that shortly. Goodness me.

Also coming up, the search
for Oz Lotto millionaires - have you checked your ticket? But we'll begin
with the US presidential election. Here's Nat.

Leading the news this morning - voting is underway
in the US presidential election with 120 million Americans
expected to head to the ballot box. The sprint finish to the White House between President Barack Obama
and Mitt Romney is still too close to call. Both candidates
have broken with tradition, continuing their campaigns
on election day. Mitt Romney has returned
the battleground of Ohio while President Obama made
an unscheduled stop in Chicago. Alright, let's get busy... (CHEERING) ..we gotta round up some votes. With 90 million more Americans
yet to vote, officials say it could be days
before the final outcome is clear. A young boy has drowned
in a backyard swimming pool in Sydney's north. The 9-year-old was found by family
members around 7:00 last night and pulled from the water. Police began CPR
at the Roseville home before a CareFlight chopper
landed on a nearby sports oval with a trauma doctor onboard. The boy was rushed to Royal North
Shore Hospital unconscious where he died.

A search is underway
for a missing toddler in the Victorian town of Mildura. The 2.5-year-old was last seen playing with
his German shepherd dog, Dasher, at his house
at around 8:30 last night. Police believe they may have
wandered off from the property and haven't been seen since. Police and SES volunteers
are taking part in the search. Green Moon connections
have celebrated into the night after the Australian-trained horse
upset a foreign field to win owner Lloyd Williams
his fourth Melbourne Cup. I'm fiercely Australian. Today it's an international race,
seen all round the world, but it's great for an Australian to
be able to beat the internationals. Hong-Kong-based jockey Brett Prebble
was the toast of the town last night.

After a racing start
to their tour Down Under, Prince Charles and Camilla
will travel to Adelaide today. Yesterday, the royal couple
were the guests of honour at the Melbourne Cup where they took centrestage
as Camilla presented the trophy. Before hitting the track, the Prince got in some batting
practise during a tour of the MCG. They will visit the National Gallery
of Victoria this morning before flying out.

Some lucky Australians are waking up
a whole lot richer this morning after four entries won last night's
record Oz Lotto draw. There are two winning tickets
in Victoria, one New South Wales
and one Queensland.

They'll take home
almost $28 million each. More than eight million tickets
were sold for last night's draw.

Still ahead this Sunrise -
a rough landing caught on camera as a student pilot clips a car
at an airport. We'll tell you how it all ended up. But first, here's Kochie.

Yeah, thank you, Nat. All flights on time leaving major capital cities today, just to set your mind at ease. Wall Street, let's look at the Dow Jones. It is pumping along at the moment, up around 160 points, still trading at the

as Americans go to the election. European markets are up as well. Greece has started a 48-hour general strike, in protest of the austerity measures that have been passed through their parliament. To our region yesterday, the Reserve Bank kept official rates on hold.

The Reserve Bank broke
its 6-year long tradition of changing interest rates
on Melbourne Cup Day. Craig James is at CommSec.
Morning. Craig, where to now?

What's the excuse from the Reserve Bank? Is it just a pause or the end of the rate-cutting cycle?Well, Kochie the simple excuse is that it is inflation. The last inflation figures were a bit above expectations so that's why economists thought it was going to be 50/ be 50/50 call. The Reserve be 50/50 call. The Reserve Bank said inflation is on the high side, in part due to the carbon tax, passing through that could be pushing up other prices and the Reserve Bank wants to be sure before cutting interest rates. A lot has got to go wrong over the next couple of months for the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates. We won't get another inflation reading until the end of January. If it stabilises, the Reserve Bank said we may cut in February if we need to but we feel there are risks out there. What is the risk of it lifting or cutting rates? It will probably cut rates because of the global weakness but we may have to wait until February of next year.OK, Craig, thank you. Did you back a winner?No... Did you back a winner?No.... (horse snorts) Did you back a winner?No.... (horse snorts).Join the club.I was going to say, neither did we.We got so close!Didn't we come close.The agony, we thought we had the trefecta.We trefecta.We had of the three horses in the trufecta scheme, apparently it -- trifecta scheme, apparently it doesn't pay.

Champion jockey Brett Prebble has
cancelled rides in Hong Kong today to continue celebrating his
Melbourne cup win aboard Green Moon. The 35-year-old hoop stormed home
to claim the $6 million race and says he knew the win was in
the bag with 450 metres left to run.

Ricky Ponting has declared
himself fit and ready to fire for the first test
against South Africa starting at the Gabba on Friday. The Australian batsman has been
struggling with a hamstring injury but is no danger
of missing the opener.

Roger Federer has cruised past
Janko Tipsarevic to open his world tour finals
account in London. The world number two
needed just over an hour to beat the Serb 6-3, 6-1. It's Federer's 40th career win
at the finals,

going past the record
previously held by Ivan Lendl.

Quite an amazing story, Lloyd Williams. One of the most fascinating characters in Australian racing. His horse, Green Moon, winning the cup yesterday. He has won four cups now but his betting plunges with the late Kerry packer on the eve of the cups were thing of legends. They would come in at the last minute and throw in a stack of money and clean up.Does anyone know anyone who cleaned up yesterday? Nope, haven't heard a story.Judging by the betting tickets here on the by the betting tickets here on grass, no.A good day for the bookies. Let's get the weather, James joins us again. Hello, JT.I can't give you a success story, the only money I received is when I took it from the ATM and it is all gone now. If yud a big day yesterday, you might feel average but you won't be feeling as bad as this guy. This is Froddo, the son of the great Santini, a from a show that has contorsions and circus acts and we will see the work this morning as Froddo starts warming up.

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S. So after a day of getting dressed in suits and dresses and seeing royals, this morning we're royals, this morning we're going to have fun and see people do weird and crazy things with their bodies.As opposed to yesterday... Thank you so much.

Still to come on Sunrise - today's royal agenda
for Charles and Camilla after their big day
at the Melbourne Cup. Plus, when an amateur punt
pays off - meet the couple turning 8 cents
into more than $77,000. And it's decision day for America. We're Live to the US as voting continues
to choose the next president.

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,Next Thursday, in fact, we are very excited.

Millions of Americans are
casting their votes today in the US presidential election. Incumbent Democrat Barack Obama and his Republican rival,
Mitt Romney, have been campaigning
around the clock.

Bet they're exhausted.

Polling booths still have hours
left open and at this stage,
the race is too close to call. We're on the election trail. Seven's US bureau chief Mike Amor
is with Barack Obama in Chicago, Illinois. While correspondent Angela Cox
is in Mitt Romney's home state of Massachusetts. Good morning to you both. Mike, is the President making
a last pitch for votes?

Kochie and Mel, no, he's not. He did make a surprise visit to one of his campaign headquarters here in Chicago to make a few phone calls to rally the troops but the Democrats believe holding a rally today would be a distraction for the volunteers to get people out to vote so they're not going to do that. They believe they've got the momentum in this election campaign and in a few hours, Barack Obama will be standing on that podium, behind that stage thanking his supporters and celebrating. I want to take you for a walk, imagine this stand will be creaking with the weight of journalists from around the world. There are literally thousands of us and in a few hours this place will be packed. Again, the Obama campaign believes they've stolen the momentum. We keep hearing about the swing states. Keep an eye on swing states. Keep an eye on Ohio, that's the state everyone says Barack Obama needs and Mitt Romney can't afford to lose. It is going to be tight. We may not know the result today, you are right. So it may drag on much the same way it did in 2000. Gosh! Mitt Romney Still campaigning on election day so a very different strategy.He was up bright and early to cast his vote, it took less than three minutes, reporters ask said him who he voted for and he said, " him who he voted for and he said, him who he voted for and He said, " him who he voted for and He said, "Qng you know the answer to that." Because it is so tight he has decided to break with tradition and continue campaigning. He is heading continue campaigning. He is heading to hoy, like Mike said, the Holy Grail of the election. No president has won without Ohio. He is also making a late play for Pennsylvania, an Obama-leaning state, a big one with 20 leck toreral votes but he is going to an area where the TV coverage will bleed into Ohio so coverage will bleed into Ohio gheets to talk to two audiences at once. The critics say it is about stragey, he shouldn't be doing it on election day and he should be focused on supporters getting people out there to vote. But we'll see if the gamble pays off.

And you can tune into election
coverage on 7Two from 10:30 this morning,
Eastern Daylight time.

The 7 The 7/ The 7/11 poll has a land slide to o Obama, for the last four elections they have got a winner to within half a per cent. And for the last weeks of the campaign, you could buy a blue cougharyo red coffee to show your -- you can buy a blue cup of coffee or a red cup of coffee - - coffee to show your support.

Still to come - the father who wants
to take his 2-year-old daughter to the women's toilets. Plus, four entries split the record
$100 million Oz Lotto jackpot. Now comes the search
for the missing lucky winner. And a royal encounter - Mel meets Charles and Camilla during
their day at the Melbourne Cup.

So recapping 29, 43, 8, 7, 15, 2
and 13

Imagine if you were sitting there and they were your numbers?So close.

They're the lucky numbers in last night's record
$100 million Oz Lotto draw. The massive number of entries
swelled the jackpot to $111 million. The four winning entries will
each pick up almost $28 million. Two tickets were bought in Victoria,
one in New South Wales and one in Queensland. In Victoria,
a Meadow Heights family won as did a syndicate of 80 people
who picked up about $350,000. The winning New South Wales entry
is actually a family from the ACT who bought the ticket interstate. And they haven't contacted
the Queensland winner yet. We'll join that search next hour.

If you're in Queensland, check your tickets!

The Melbourne Cup
is front page news. 'The West Australian' says
"Irish luck, Green Moon rises" with winning jockey Brett Prebble
saluting the crowd. The 'NT News' says
"Once in a Green Moon" as Prebble guides a roughie
to triumph. And the 'Sydney Morning Herald' has
Prince Charles meeting racegoers. And Mel, you met the royal couple,
what were they like?

It was a little exciting.What were they like?An encounter at Government house, I was nervous. All the protocol you don't reach out and shake the hand, you don't bow, you courtesy and he's wandered over and stuck out his hand and said, " stuck out his hand and said, "Hello." I just stuck out my hand and said hello and forgot all the things I had to do. He was very jovial, I am not allowed tell you what we talked about. That's the only thing.What if I do?I'm sure I will be dead.The Tower of London. Things on national security. Sorry, girls and boys, I have got a cough. Will have a quick drink of water.To actually go, because I still can't forgive them for cheating on Di. Well, I didn't bring that up.I reckon they're two rotters. Nat you were invited. Shoo I chose not to go because I'm like you, I can't get over what they did to Diana. I can't forgive and forget. Beretts and I went to the MUMM champagne tent. Tell us what you think about that? Would you have gone? What do you think? Should we forgive them now. It is long time ago.Just because I went doesn't mean I laid down my blood and forgive them.But you can choose to or not, everyone has a view.I didn't want to pass up meeting the future king, I thought it was cool. Watching the coronation I can go, " I can go, "I know him."How could you leave Melbourne Cup day at Flemington, really?Exactly.At the MU, MM marque?

And if you've ever wondered
what it's like to ride a horse
in the Melbourne Cup, then Seven's helmet-cam
can show you. Beretts, it's just incredible
to watch.

Unbelievable, when you think you have seen every angle. This is on board with Corey Brown and My Quest for Peace. This is really the perspective. Here you see what it is like to ride at almost 60km/h on a ton of horse. Side by side with all the other horses.And all the dirt being thrown up?Yes, exactly right. I love the bits, he is glancing to the side to try to make the break, look to the side in a second to get a spot out. It is an amazing view. It takes you into the world of the jockeys we never see. When they have fall you start to appreciate the dangerers, here you can see how tough a world it is.Beretts and I watched from the mounting yard yesterday, I have never been down that close to the Melbourne Cup before and it's just, it was breath-taking. Fascinating being that close.I hope

factored the camera into the weight? I think it is light enough and OK.I love butt cam there. And also, ended up falling in love with Francesca Cumani, as all my girls did too yesterday. SoGorgeous.Gorgeous. Gorgeous, knowledgeable.Quite an army of people, actually.And the gorgeous lady that sang the national anthem? Christie?Yes, yes. She was magnificent.Fantastic. Thanks, Beretts, see you soon. The news, sport and weather
is next on Sunrise. Then, a rough landing
caught on camera as a student pilot
trying to touchdown clips a car driving at the airport. How getting rid of your beer belly
could make a big difference.

Glad that one's over.
Yeah, I know what you mean. Gonna have a ciggie. You coming? Oh...um...nah. Nah, you go ahead. I'm giving up. Again?
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News headlines now with Nat.

A man has been taken to hospital
with up to five gunshot wounds after a shooting in Sydney's
inner west early this morning. Paramedics discovered a 35-year-old
man lying outside a house on a street after gunshots
were heard in the area. Police have set up a crime scene
and are investigating. A young boy has drowned
in a backyard swimming pool in Sydney's north. Family members
pulled the 8-year-old boy from the water at a Roseville home
around 7:00 last night. He was rushed to Royal North Shore
Hospital unconscious where he later died. Prince Charles and Camilla are on
their way to Adelaide this morning after thrilling racegoers
at the Melbourne Cup yesterday. Sunrise correspondent
Edwina Bartholomew was there. She's now at Kilkenny Primary School
in Adelaide where the royal couple
are headed next. Eddy, what have the royals
got planned for today?

Wearing a very appropriate colour! What a day it was yesterday. It will be another cracker today on the royal tour. Kochie will be pleased to hear, although he might not like Charles and Camilla, Adelaide has pulled all the stops. They will come here and visit the kitchen garden project with cook Stephanie Alexander and then on to pen Alexander and then on to Alexander and then on to Penfolds winery to meet chef Maggie Beer. They met with VRC officials yesterday. Lots of people wanting a photo and to shake their hands. They met the pubic all, making their way up to the committee stand and to view the horses and to present the Melbourne Cup. The jockey of Green Moon wasn't in the weigh-in room, his win was such a surprise.I think he got a better prize, thank you very much, Eddy.

Voting is underway
in the US presidential election with 120 million Americans
expected to cast their ballot. The sprint finish to the White House between President Barack Obama
and Mitt Romney is still too close to call. Both candidates are continuing
their campaigns on election day. Mitt Romney has returned
the battleground of Ohio while President Obama
is making calls in Chicago. Alright, let's get busy... (LAUGHTER AND CLAPPING) ..we gotta round up some votes. Officials say it could be days
before the final outcome is clear. And you can tune into election
coverage on 7TWO from 10:30 this morning,
Eastern Daylight time. And there are no doubt
plenty of sore heads this morning - perhaps none more so than connections
of Melbourne Cup winner Green Moon. They celebrated into the night after the Australian-trained horse
claimed victory at Flemington in front of a 100,000-strong crowd.

Taking a look at the markets now and of

Wall Street hanging on that presidential election. Currently up over 150 point and still trading. European markets were up despite Greece starting a 48-hour general strike in opposition to austerity measures being pushed through parliament there.

Time for sport.

Beretts, first prize of the Melbourne Cup was what? 3 and a half mill or something?Yep, that's enough.How do they carve it it up? What slice does Brett Prebble get of that?Why don't I get you all the figures. The great unknown is the bonus he gets. Lloyd Williams is a very generous man so he would probably kick Brett Prebble a bit over the top. But it make as difference for the jockey. The trainer is rewarded and the strapper gets a reward. All of that is the discretion of the owners. I will get it for you later. This lace is as good as heaven this morning. Trackwork is under way and everyone back here for Crown Oaks day, a fantastic day.

Ricky Ponting will put his hamstring
to the test in Brisbane today as he gets set for the first test
against South Africa at the Gabba on Friday. Ponting hasn't trained at 100% since suffering a hamstring strain
last week. I was a bit restricted today
but that wasn't my doing, the physios have to hold me back
a little bit. The final line up will be decided
tomorrow. Champion jockey Brett Prebble has
delayed his return to Hong Kong to continue celebrating Green Moon's
win in yesterday's Melbourne Cup. Prebble was due to ride in eight
races at Happy Valley tonight.

That's all, of course, now on hold.

to move one step closer
to his first world title, losing in the quarterfinals of the
Coldwater Classic in California.

This morning, I pick up my 'Herald Sun' with of course, Brett Prebble and his win on the cup and I flick to the best dresses men and women, who do I find our very own JT with Shane Warne. The yellow rose, correct for cup day, his medallion and the beautiful Burberry poke adots.I take none of the credit, I thank Burberry.It is the way you wore it, you owned that wore it, you owned that suit, even though you don't own it.Can you see that up there? Do we a shot up there? The hot-air balloons and it there? The hot-air balloons and is sensational as the Yarra wakes up. This morning, we are going to play a bit of tennis, can I introduce you to Frodo, wow! An agrisive start to the morning.Yes, it's getting hot.A lot of people take on their father's profession, you have done the same thing.My dad was a magician so it seemed natural to step into his to step into his business and become a contortionist.This seems really natural. What's happening here?I got myself a tennis racquet and I want to squeeze through. Hang on, I'll get this. Here we go.Oh!Do you want... you want.... Oh! That's remarkable growth seven days into Movember. Thanks very much.Ta-dah! Thanks very much.Ta-dah!! On that note, the national forecast, shall we?

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Could I have picked a more unable position for you -- more uncomfortable position for you to be for the weather?Probably not.OK. Continue.And then.Careful with the shorts.Oh, God!Turn around.Oh! (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) At the Forum, 29th November.On the other side of the Yarra, the show is called 'La Soiree'. On 29th November.That's show business.Go home and give it a burl.Yes, add another string to my racquet, why not?Here is how you can win some cash.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PLAYS) Good morning to Melbourne

as we take a look through
our Jetstar skycam. Showers and a top of 22 today. And you're listing
to a blast from the past - 'Lump' by the Presidents
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Australia in March next year For many,

the Melbourne Cup is the only time
they'll put a bet on at the races. And for two lucky amateur punters,
their rare gamble paid off. Kate and Andrew Liddington
placed their bet just half an hour before the race. And their tiny 8 cent investment
paid more than $77,000.

They are musical numbers to one's ears.

And Kate and Andrew Liddington
join us now. Kate, congratulations on the win.

What a great, great story. Kate, tell us what happened. I was going to ask how you chose the horses but you didn't necessarily choose them? No, we got on to sportsbet.com.au and we decided, we and we decided, we were doing a couple of trifecta bets, I saw the first four you could choose so I said do our dates of birth, our four family members but I made a mistake and chose the 24th so we went ahead with the bet. It came through, so it was lucky for us I made a mistake. Yes, so $ Yes, so $79,000, where do you start with that? What you going to do?It is probably a bit boring but we will probably put it straight on the mortgage.(Kochie claps) mortgage.(Kochie claps).No, mortgage.(Kochie claps).No, the financial expert is giving you a round of applause. Does it spark your interest in betting in the future or a case of once lucky and walk away?Yes, once lucky, have a bet on the Melbourne Cup. If I go down the pub, I only down the pub, I only put a little bet on here or there. So nothing too much.You sound like the rest of us. Though we are not quite so lucky. That is fantastic. More importantly, did you have a good day yesterday, apart from the win which would have capped it off?Yes we did, it was a wonderful day.It was so nice to meet you. Well done, we are so excited for you, none of us won a single iota. So $ single iota. So $17,000, a prit -- $ single iota. So $17,000, a prit -- $75,000.And they are wearing the sportsbet T-shirt too, they have gone from one extreme to the other.

If all the research about improving
your health isn't enough, here's another good reason
to lose the beer belly. A new study from the US has found overweight people
who reduced their waistlines improved their quality of sleep
by about 20%. The scientists from John Hopkins
University also found

A ridgy-didge university over there, it A ridgy-didge university over there, it is very prestigious.

Losing about 6kg helped fix
problems such as snoring, sleep apnoea
and restlessness. Our nutritionist Susie Burrell
is here. Susie, the study pointed
to stomach fat in particular as causing sleep problems.

We know from a cardio vascular health perspective and diabetes, the weight men carry around the abdomen is at risk. But when you reduce the weight by 5 to 6 kilos, not a huge amount to drop, equivalent of a stone of weight, significantly better sleep. The better sleep, the less we eat during the day, the better the cal row control and sugar cravings so it linkings to better long term sleep.Show us the good and the bad snacks?What I do with my clients who are men sitting up late at night they consume a lot of calories from the alcohol, hence the term beer belly and the sugary snacks. So have dinner, a doze in the chair and 9, 10, 11:00 at night, the processed sugary drinks, the potato chips, high fat, the ice. Cream. So replace it with a lower calorie options, the natural yogurt, nuts, popcorn. Gee, that looks attractive. We need ten to 12 hours overnight without food. Many are eating dinner at or 9 at night and continuing to drink wine or beer during the evening and eating high-calorie snacks so it is enough to give weight gain over time., the snacks need to be low calorie, we lauv about the vegetables but there are no calories. And perfect for late-night munchies. To reduce abdominal fat, cardio exercise is important. High intensity walking, cycling for a long time, swimming, you need to do it for 40 to 60 minutes to get the benefit to help reduce the waist measurement which should be around 90 centimetres for men around the belly button.Nat, back to you.Breathing in mine too, thank you, Kochie.

A collision in which a light plane clipped a car while
landing at an airport in Texas has been caught on video. NBC's Lindsay Wilcox reports both the pilot and the driver
are being partly blamed for the incident.

it shows the pilot approaching
the north-west regional airport just as a blue SUV
crosses in its path. The pilot's wife continued rolling as the airport manager and others
came rushing to the scene. Wendell Green is a retired air force
major and commercial airline pilot with 40 years experience
as a flight instructor. He says people frequently ignore
the stop sign faintly painted on the ground. Saturday seems to be the day
when we get a lot of visitors and I think that it
probably should be marked, but, obviously, they knew
they were going to the airport. That was the attraction for them
to come out here so they should have looked
before they crossed the runway. But he says the pilot
made a critical error too that could have been catastrophic. He's looking down on the runway,
he's a little low on his approach. I think definitely he should have
been higher on the approach. The airport owner says it's a common manoeuvre
for pilots at small airports. A short field approach to leave
as much runway as possible in the event the pilot
has a problem. But in this case, experts say the low approach
contributed to an incident that could have easily ended
in tragedy. So yes, he was too low,
and yes, they should have looked. But most accidents are that - a chain of events happened that you wish you would have done
a little differently.

Amazing pictures, aren't they.

Lindsay Wilcox reporting there. The owner of the airport is
working with aviation authorities on possible safety improvements.

That's a good outcome.A bit of blame both ways.Stating the bleeding obvious.Houston, we have a problem.Hitting a car? Gosh, very, very lucky.

News is coming up. Plus, we reveal the actor set to be
named Sexiest Man Alive. Then, it was a day
he'll never forget... It's my life's dream to do it. I'd like to thank my wife, Maree. I love you, baby.

Melbourne-Cup-winning jockey
Brett Prebble joins us live after his incredible run
at Flemington. Plus, no rest for the royals - how Charles and Camilla
will spend their day after their big day at the races. And four entries split the record
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The top stories now, on Sunrise... MELISSA DOYLE: The team behind
the Melbourne Cup winner celebrate into the night. This morning, jockey Brett Prebble
joins us live. The world watches closely as the US picks its president
for the next four years. Four entries split
the record $100 million jackpot. A student pilot clips a car
during touch-down at an airport. # She's so mean # You'll never let her go,
why won't you let her know. # Rob Thomas and the band perform
at Brekky Central.

Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central,
Kochie and Mel.

Good morning. Some of us are back at Brekky
Central after our day at the Cup.

Others still have to pay back what they lost to the bookies and put to work at Flemington.So true, going to be a while.Some people are more luck than those at the races though.

Also coming up - the search
for missing Oz Lotto millionaires. But we'll begin this hour
with the US presidential election.

It could be days before the outcome
of the US presidential elections is clear. 90 million Americans will head
to the ballot box today. It's the most expensive campaign in
US history and one of the closest. The first exit polls
at 10am Australian time will give both candidates
their first look at how voting is unfolding. But with the polls close, both candidates have continued
campaigning today. Celebrations have continued
into the night after Green Moon's impressive
Melbourne Cup victory yesterday. Jockey Brett Prebble
and owner Lloyd Williams were the toast of the town after the Australian-trained horse
blitzed a foreign field. It's the race that stops the nation so the racers had to make up
for lost time. A toast please, to Green Moon. (CROWD CHEERS) Owner Lloyd Williams, proud as punch after his Aussie-trained stayer
charged home ahead of the foreign favourites. I'm fiercely Australian. Today it's an international race,
seen all round the world, but it's great for an Australian to be able to beat
the internationals. It's Williams's fourth Cup win and the second time with
Prince Charles in the grandstand. 27 years ago,
the last time he was here, he gave me the Melbourne Cup,
What a Nuisance, in '85. The excitement,
difficult to describe for winning jockey Brett Prebble. I think it's probably gonna last
for...probably till the next year and somebody else wins
and takes it off me. The Williams crew weren't
the only ones celebrating. (PLAYS 'CALL TO THE POST') More than 100,000 fans
turned out at Flemington wearing hats, fascinators
and hat-inators. Thank you, thank you.
The satellite dish. Fun in Brisbane and Sydney too. Fixed odds at the TAB,
didn't even know. 50 bucks on the Moon. Yoo-hoo! And probably a few headaches today.

After a racing start
to their tour Down Under, Prince Charles and Camilla
will travel to Adelaide today. The royal couple
were the guests of honour at the Melbourne Cup yesterday. The Duchess of Cornwall took
centrestage to present the trophy. Before hitting the track, the Prince got in some bowling
practice during a tour of the MCG. They'll arrive in Adelaide
this afternoon. A man has been taken to hospital
with up to five gunshot wounds after a shooting in Sydney's
inner west early this morning. Paramedics discovered
a 35-year-old man lying outside a house on a street after gunshots were heard
in the area. Police have set up a crime scene
and are investigating. An 8-year-old boy has drowned
in a backyard pool on Sydney's north shore. The child, with learning
difficulties, spent a hot afternoon in the pool with his mum yesterday. In the evening he somehow got
into the pool unsupervised. His family pulled him from the water
but he couldn't be revived.

A search is underway
for a missing toddler in the Victorian town of Mildura. The 2.5-year-old went missing
from his family home last night. Police believe they may have
wandered off from the property. Four golden tickets have taken out
the Division One prize in last night's record
Oz Lotto draw. The entries were spread
throughout the country. Michelle Tapper joins me now
from Brisbane. Michelle, the hunt is still
on for the Queensland winner.

Tell us about that?Yes, that's right, Nat. Let's hope they find them soon. Because there is nothing more frustrating than having $ more frustrating than having $27,993,000 sitting there, unclaimed while the rest of us just dream of ways to spend it. Last night, two families, one in Victoria and the other in Canberra, were also told they became multi millionaires. Thaid had to be told several times because they couldn't believe it. They were in shock. Also, a syndicate of 80 members in Victoria won, they will be $ won, they will be $350,000 richer today. If you're in Queensland, all I can say, check your tickets, head down to the neuroest news agency or go online. You never know, this time tomorrow you could be filthy rich, quitting your job and heading off overseas on a first-class arounds-the-world haul aday.-- holiday. You wouldn't quit your job. No, I love getting up early, I love it.

Coming up - he's the toast
of a nation. Melbourne Cup winning jockey
Brett Prebble is joining us live. But first, here's Kochie.

Thank you, Nat, Wall Street is leaping ahead, as Americans go to the polls. European markets were quite strong, although Greece has started a two-day general strike in protest about austerity legislation going through parliament. To our region yesterday, the Reserve Bank kept official interest rates on hold. Commodities and gold is $ hold. Commodities and gold is $1714.

Because interest rates were kept on hold, that is what the dollar is doing. If you are ruing the fact that interest rates didn't drop, if you are a saver, you are still doing pretty

The red line is the special term deposit rates you can get at the moment. The gap between that and the cash rate now is so much wider than it has been over the last ten years or so. So it is pretty good. Official interest rates are still well below the 15-year average of official interest rates, which is 7. official interest rates, which is official interest rates, which is 7.2%, the bank variable mortgage rate, well below that long-term average as

So a bit of a silver cloud for savers there. Time for sport now with Beretts, who is still trackside at Flemington?Yep, and we need some silver lining, Kochie. Could you do a chart on punting from yesterday? Until Melbourne Cup time, I will give you an idea, Nat and I were standing roun the birdcage, with shiny silver sabers, slicing the top of champagne bottles, today we have shining silver brooms to work ought what we owe here.

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey
Brett Prebble says he knew Green Moon was going to win
yesterday's race long before the finish line. The 35-year-old hoop produced
a near-perfect ride to claim the $6 million race. The way my bloke can sprint home, it was...mathematically
nearly impossible for them to pick him up. Prebble has delayed returning
to his base in Hong Kong to continue celebrations.

And he will be on Sunrise in about five minutes time.

Australian fast bowlers
Ben Hilfenhaus and Mitchell Starc will get their final chance
to impress at training in Brisbane today. The pair are battling it out
for one spot in the first test
against South Africa on Friday with the make up of the side,
to be finalised tomorrow. Roger Federer has cruised
past Janko Tipsarevic to open his world tour finals
account in London. The world number two
needed just over an hour to beat the Serb 6-3, 6-1.

Mel, you mentioned earlier but Christie Wheelan Brown did a fantastic job of the national anthem. I reckon you would recognise her from 'Winners and Losers'. She is a top theatre talent. She nailed the anthem yesterday in front of the 106,000 people.Yep, gorgeous, beautiful voice, nailed it. See you in a bit. Let's go to James who has the weather, sort of. Ayou been there for half an hour.Frodo!See if I can pry it off.Frodo did a bit of contorsionism half an hour ago, I thought I would give it a go.Almost there,Hey!A spot in the show. We're going from contorsionism to pole dancing but not with Frodo. To the guy whose ears just pricked up, sorry, this one is for the ladies. This is Hamish pole boy McCann. There is no trick to this, this is pure strength. And show business. Show business, yeah.Isn't that incredible stuff? This is all part of 'La Soiree'. A show in Melbourne at the moment. Just over the other side of the Yarra at the forum. As we look at the national forecast.

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Alright, the fine trick, this is pretty impressive. Forget 'Dancing on the Ceiling' he is walking up the air.My gosh!Seriously skilful stuff. Is there something to do with balance or technique? It is basically...A bit of both, a bit of basically...A bit of both, a bit strength and technique. A lot of strength.Hang on. What about... Ta-dah!!Elegant.Show biz!You're a natural. Thank you, see you in half an hour from now.

It's been a huge night
of celebrations for the team behind 2012
Melbourne Cup winner Green Moon. The Australian-owned import upstaged
a star international field to take out
the country's richest race. Jockey Brett Prebble dashed
to the lead on the home stretch for his first Cup victory and a fourth
for owner Lloyd Williams.

RACE CALLER: Now Americain
is on the outside. Dunaden's a fair way back.
Glencadam Gold has the lead. Green Moon is coming on,
Kelinni on the middle. Then came Jakkalberry. Glencadam Gold is grabbed
by Green Moon, he dashes to the lead in the
Melbourne Cup, followed by Kelinni. Fiorente starting to come home. Green Moon out in front
for Brett Prebble. He's two lengths clear
from Fiorente and Green Moon wins the Melbourne
Cup by a length and a half, Fiorente, Jakkalberry third.

Wow! And by a length and a half half.

And jockey Brett Prebble
joins me now. Good morning.

Congratulations, how are the parties?Um, good morning. It was pretty quiet party, I must say. Had some, a few celebration drinkwise the owner and the connections. -- drinks with the owner and the connections but overall, it was pretty quiet and mild.I'm disappointed. I was expecting you to be out dancing all night considering you won the Melbourne Cup, it was amazing. Talk us about the final stretch and your plan. For stretch and your plan. For those of us who don't know much about horses at all, it appears you basically came from nowhere in the last part of the race?Yes, he's a horse with a very good turn of foot over a distance. So our plan was to wait as long as possible and use his expressive turn of foot very late. Sort of, didn't pan out that way. I thought the lead, kicking in on the strait was going to keep running so I got after him quite quickly. Once I asked my horse for an effort, he really accelerated like a very good horse. He paid pretty quickly and stayed the 3200 metres out really strongly.Professionally and personally, give us a taste of what it means to you? You have basically achieved a life's dream?Yeah, exactly. It is one of the, obviously, it obviously, it is THE Australian race that every jockey dreams to win. There is four of them, the Cox Plate, you know, the golden Slipper which I've won and now the Melbourne Cup. It has been a fantastic day yesterday. And I am going to be on cloud nine for the next how ever long. Maybe until it is run again next year and everyone has forgotten about my one. But for me, it is a dream come true. And it is, I find it is very rewarding for the people who made it possible for me along the way. You know. I have come from nowhere and I have won the Melbourne Cup. So I am very humbled and very pleased to have been able to do it. Well, well done to you. And congratulations. I know you are not the only happy one. Your wife would have loved that lovely message you sung out. And Lloyd Williams, is he a generous owner and we hope he comes through with a good bonus for you?(laughs) the race is worth enough, I wouldn't expect anything but I'll see Lloyd today and hopefully sit down and have a lunch with him, spending some nice time with him is very valuable because he is such an influenceal person. I in-- influenceal person. I enjoy my time with him and hope to see him later.Well, Brett, you are talented and humble, a very magnificent win, all the best to you.Thanks very much.

Homeowners hoping for an interest
rate win on Cup Day have been disappointed. The Reserve Bank has opted
to hold rates steady, indicating it wants to see
the impact of previous rate cuts. The RBA also cited
a rebound in inflation, better-than-expected retail sales
and an improving global outlook. The decision is good news for savers
but disappointing for borrowers. Aussie John Symond joins us
from Sydney. Good morning.

You've been calling for a rate cut. Do you think the Reserve
has got it wrong?

David, very disappointing. A lost opportunity to help retailers and manufacturers with the lead-up to Christmas. Very disappointing.OK, how much will this hit consumer confidence, do you think someWell, I just think it is more, um, more uncertainty, expectation was high for a rate cut. It is just yet more bad news, both domesticically and globally. Confidence is everything. There is not much confidence out there. I feel for, really, I feel for the retailers and manufacturers more than anybody.Yeah, John, the finance revue on its -- 'Financial Review' on the front page today has inprrted the guvper inprrted the guvper's comments after the decision as saying get out of term deposits and get into shares? There is any way you can interpret the RBA's words on it but you can't pick that. Um, my feeling is that we'll continue to float around, drop... we'll continue to float around, drop....OK. Do you think we will see a rate cut in December?Well, David the consensus was we would get a rate cut yesterday. It never happened. I would go out and say, yes, we do need a rate cut in tkae. But the way -- in December, but the way this Reserve Bank has managed interest rates, to my way, disappointing. They don't seem to be in sync with what's happening in in sync with what's happening in the real economy, the retailers and small businesses. They are making odd decisions and overall pretty disappointing.Thank you for that John, good to see you.And the mot is coming alongyish -- mxo is coming along nicely, John.

Four lucky lotto winners are waking
up today as multi-millionaires. The Oz Lotto ticket holders have
each won a big chunk of the jackpot. More than 8 million tickets were
sold for last night's record draw. Some even called on
a little extra help in the hope
their numbers would come up.

And Elissa Lewis
from Tatts Lotteries joins us now. Elissa,
we finally have some big winners.

Yes, so after nine consecutive weeks of jackpoting we had four winners in last night's draw, spread across the country. So two winners purchased in Victoria, two winning, sorry, one winning ticket purchased and in Queensland and one in New South Wales. So they have each scored more than $ than $27 million.So... Tell us, what do we know about those winners? So what we know about the winners is, firstly, one of the Victorian winners purchased their entry online on Tats.com.au. A family, thaid had to be convinced -- they had to be convinced it convinced it was true last night. They are planning on popping the champagne cork, having a celebration and use the unamy to visit family and -- use some of the money to visit family and friends overseas. Second Victorian winner was a syndicate share holder with 80 share holders and they scored almost $ holders and they scored almost $350,000 so it is really exciting for them. Our New South Wales winning ticket was purchase in New South Wales on the coast but it was actually purchased by a family from the ACT. They purchased it on holidays. So the winning father had to be convinced it wasn't a joke. So he's going to have a couple of beers to celebrate, pay off the mortgage and just enjoy life after winning Lotto. But what we do have is an unregistered entry in Queensland. So what that means is that we don't know who that winner is. So if you purchased an unregistered entry and 84 rr in Queensland this morn -- and you're in Queensland this morning, check your ticket. You could be holding a ticket worth more than $27 million. If you are the winning holder, keep the ticket in a safe place and contact the Golden Casket office on 1 3 1, 1 6 8.Do you know where it was purchased?All we know it is unregistered and purchased in Queensland.OK, Queenslanders, get to it. If you find it, keep it safe. Thank you.

US President Barack Obama has
edged ahead in opinion polls as Americans go to vote. Polling booths are open across
the country for much of today. Democrat incumbent Obama and
Republican challenger Mitt Romney have been campaigning tirelessly
right up to the election with a focus on marginal states. Our team is following
the candidates. Seven's US bureau chief Mike Amor
is in Chicago and correspondent Angela Cox
is in Boston. Mike, we'll start with you.

What are the President's movements
on election day?

Today he visited campaign headquarters briefly and made a few phone calls. He played basketball, which has become an election tradition for the President as he tries to find time to relax. It is going to be a long night. A man who knows too well is Bradwoodhouse, the Democratic communications director. Will we know a result tonight? Will we know a result tonight?? I do believe we'll know tonight. People who go to bed early will know when they wake up in the morning. It is they wake up in the morning. It going to be closer than the election in 2008. But I think there is enough battle in 2008. But I think there is enough battleground states turning towards the President late, the vote counting will go a little bit later before media outlets make a prediction. But we'll know very late in the night or very early in the morning. Confident is.I'm very confident. I mean, this election has taken a turn taken a turn towards the President in the last few days. The national tracking polls have the President up now. More importantly, we banked a lot of votes in early voting where people can vote before election day in the key states.I'm, sure Kochie, you'll find someone where Ange is echo the exact same sentiments on the other side.Mitt Romney campaigning up to the end. He has been criticised for campaigning on election day.Yes he decided to break with tradition and he wanted to go into Ohio. He said he didn't want to live with regrets. If he loses the election he doesn't want to think he was sitting around doing nothing when he could be campaigning to the last minute. Last time I spoke to you, spoke to you, I said the Obama campaign criticised but low and behold, Joe Biden has landed in Ohio on an unannounced visit, even the press pack travelling with him didn't know. So the Obama camp are a little more spooked and not as confident about Ohio as they were making out.We will check in with you later. This is one of the beauties of digital television with free-to-air TV, if you a political junky, coverage is on 7Two, continuous coverage from 10 continuous coverage from 10:30 this morning. So you can see it blow by blow.They chose November to go to the elections in the past because they felt it was a nice in between time between harvest and winter. A random thing.Nice trivia.

It's not often the Melbourne Cup
is upstaged but we came close yesterday. Charles and Camilla
thrilled Aussie racegoers by stopping to chat with punters as well as presenting
winner's trophies. Sunrise correspondent
Edwina Bartholomew was there but she's now jumped ahead
to Adelaide where the royal couple go next. Eddy, we shared
a pretty special moment yesterday when we were lucky enough
to meet the royal couple.

The future king and the keen?It was Mel. I hopeenly admit I was quite chuffed to meet them and I know Kochie and Nat didn't want to go and Beretts wanted to stay at the track, but for me, I wasn't even born when Charles and Di were married and I was 12 when she died. I think it is more about the futuref the royal family, about Wills and Kate and Harry. If the princes have forgiven Camilla, who are we to hold a Camilla, who are we to hold grudge. That's my two cents but here is what they got up to in Melbourne yesterday.

The sport of kings briefly sidelined
by a prince and duchess as Flemington paused
for the arrival of Charles, Camilla and their connections. MAN: Charles! Welcome to Australia! It was straight to the rails
for the royals, shaking hands
with ordinary punters... You look very fetching
in the rose. ..before they were shuffled inside
to measure up our Cup hopefuls. And with time ticking
to the big race, they went upstairs
to mime the anthem, downstairs to view the horses,
back up again... Enjoy the race. Thanks.

(GIGGLES) I think she remembered me. Finally the main event... RACE CALLER: Pretty bunched lead
there. Just behind those,
Galileo's Choice on the outside... Camilla had tipped Mount Athos but Australian-trained Green Moon
shone. And Green Moon wins the Melbourne
Cup by 1.5 lengths. Here they are - the Prince of Wales
and the Duchess of Cornwall to present the Melbourne Cup. Next to the bin.

Prime position, I'd say. And so it was done - Charles watched as Camilla gave
the Cup to its Aussie connections and the day royalty came
to the races, wrapped up.

Their first stop in Adelaide will be here in Kilkeny school where then they will meet cook Stephanie Alexander and then to meet Maggie Beer.I reckon they will crack open a grange.How is the Soap Box running in terms of would you want to meet?People are roley split. Some saying good on you for sticking to your principals but a lot of people saying Diana had affairs too and get past it.Keep them coming.I didn't think I was passing judgment, I thought it was future king.I think walking through the dooricize passing judgment. It does split people, interesting.Let us know your views.

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excellent coffee. News headlines now with Nat. Leading the news this morning - voting is underway
in the US presidential election. 90 million people are expected
to cast their vote in the tight contest today. The sprint finish to the White House between President Barack Obama
and Mitt Romney is still too close to call. Both candidates have broken
with tradition, continuing their campaigns
on election day. Alright, let's get busy... (LAUGHTER AND CLAPPING)

Officials say it could be days
before the final outcome is clear. And you can tune into election
coverage on 7TWO from 10:30 this morning,
Eastern Daylight Time. Green Moon's entourage
has celebrated well into the night after the Australian-trained horse
upset a foreign field to win yesterday's Melbourne Cup. It's the fourth time owner
Lloyd Williams has won the big race. It's an international race,
seen all round the world, but it's great for an Australian
to beat the internationals. Hong-Kong-based jockey Brett Prebble
was the toast of the town last night.

Police and SES volunteers
are searching for a 2-year-old boy missing in rural Victoria. He was last at home in Mildura,
playing with his German shepherd, around 8:30pm last night. His family says
he regularly wanders off - sometimes as far
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and we can't find him. He's out here somewhere, we hope. The toddler is described
as Caucasian, with blond hair and blue eyes. A man has been taken to hospital
with up to five gunshot wounds after a shooting in Sydney's
inner west early this morning. The 35-year-old man was found
on the street by paramedics. Police have set up a crime scene
in Rhodes.

While most Australian are waking up
with sore heads this morning, a lucky few will start the day
as instant millionaires. There were four winning entries in
last night's record Oz Lotto draw. Two winning tickets in Victoria,
one in Canberra and one Queensland. They'll take home
almost $28 million each.

But the Queensland ones, still looking for you, check your tickets, Queenslanders.

Now to some amazing video of a plane clipping a car during
touchdown and caught on video. The student pilot was landing
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the top of the car on a road at the end of the strip. One of the car's occupants
suffered minor injuries.

But they were very lucky. Time if sport with Beretts. That's unbelievable, Nat.

Ricky Ponting will put his hamstring
to the test in Brisbane today as he gets set for the first test
against South Africa at the Gabba on Friday. Ponting hasn't trained at 100%
since suffering a hamstring strain last week.

I was a bit restricted today
but that's not my doing. The physios always have to hold me
back a little bit. The final line up will be decided
tomorrow. Champion jockey Brett Prebble has
delayed his return to Hong Kong to continue celebrating Green Moon's
win in yesterday's Melbourne Cup. Prebble was due to ride in eight
races at Happy Valley tonight. Australian surfer Joel Parkinson
has missed a golden opportunity to move one step closer
to his first world title, losing in the quarter finals of the
Coldwater Classic in California.

Now, earlier Kochie wanted to know the details of the break down of money, who gets what from the Melbourne Cup win. Have that for you the next half hour, but right now, the weather with the weather with James Tobin. Morning?I know what you are thinking what would happen if Bjorn borg, Jesus and mufrb hews had a baby? He would look like that. -- This is Jess Love, the one-time world record holder for the most hoopa hoops at one time. She is dashing and dangerous. Let's look at the forecast.

Sunrise weather brought to you
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So, Jess, originally from Melbourne. One of the graduates from the circus One of the graduates from the school here. It is a great place? Yes, fantastic. I have a skipping, tap-dancing routine.That is very spectacular. This is weird, dangerous. His wife just, his partner had a baby. Can you imagine the baby coming out. A very good impression. See you back here soon. No problem with a breach birth. Goodness me, cow is quite flexible. Who knew? Let's give away some cash.

We're calling today's Cash Cow
winner, who has to answer within five rings
to claim the money. Today's lucky viewer is
from Kellyville in New South Wales.

Just outside of Sydney, named after Mr Kelly who owned the estate out there in the 1840s. Last ring coming up.Hello!Oh Kayley Lawrence? Is that you?Yes.Just in the nick of time, it is the Sunrise crew here, you've won $ you've won $10,000 because you picked up in four and a half rings. picked up in four and a half rings.. My God!Congratulations.How good is that?Great, obviously, very keen. Still there?That beats the Oz Lotto $ Still there?That beats the Oz Lotto $100 million.Not quite.

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