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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. DAVID KOCH: Breaking overnight -
the prince is named. Kate and William settle
on George Alexander Louis as the Queen drops in for a visit. SAMANTHA ARMYTAGE: A food
contamination investigation targeting Muslims linked to a One Nation candidate. Tom Meagher to meet Victoria's
Parole Board over his wife's murder. But will he get an apology? Mel meets the cast
of the blockbuster. (ALL SING) # Walk on, walk on
with hope in your heart. #

A magical Melbourne moment. Fans belt out the world's
most famous footy anthem. # You'll never walk alone. #

Across Australia, this is Sunrise on seven, now live from Melbourne, Kochie and Sam.

Was there a football game last night? Was it a big deal?What a night.Good morning. Welcome to our Melbourne home after a very big night at the 'G. 95 tloun rr people here to see liver play Melbourne Victory -- to see Liverpool play Melbourne Victory.Those people came all the way from Townsville. Good on you, boys.95,000 singing the Liverpool anthem. We will play it in full later in the show. Would you believe on American breakfast television this morning, they played that in full as well.Right.It's gone around the world.Soccer fever taking over the world.That's a world record crowd for Liverpool. Never before in the history of this club have they played in a club have they played in a like that and singing that.Don't they have the best songs.They probably got the best fans too, just quietly. Sends a shiver up your spine.A late night so thank you for tuning in this morning. While you are sleeping, something else very exciting for the girls amongst us, Kate and William revealed the baby's name. Nat has the details.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
have named their son George Alexander Louis. Yesterday, they proudly showed
the future king to the world, before introducing him
to his great-grandmother, the Queen, at Kensington Palace. The young family have now headed to Kate's home village
of Bucklebury where they'll stay with her parents. George has been the name
of six British kings, including the Queen's father
George VI. The death toll from the latest
asylum seeker tragedy is expected to rise today. Dozens of people are still missing after their boat capsized
off the Indonesian coast of Java. Nine people,
including five children drowned. 175 people were on board
trying to reach Christmas Island. The Opposition says it's proof the Government's
PNG solution is flawed. Immigration Minister Tony Bourke
will visit the Manus Island today following allegations of sexual abuse and torture
at the detention centre. A Seven News investigation
has revealed an anti-Muslim campaign
linked to a One Nation candidate. Two weeks ago
offensive stickers claiming 'halal food funds terrorism' were found on products
at a Woolworths store in the Brisbane suburb of Underwood.

Every time you buy some food
off the shelf part of that money might
be going to a bullet that might kill one of our troops. A 27-year-old Logan woman
has been charged with product contamination. Police are searching an outback mine for the remains
of missing teenager Karen Williams. The 16-year-old vanished from the South Australian town
of Coober Pedy in 1990 after attending a disco. Detectives are searching
three mine shafts and are confident they will find her
remains in the coming days. Police took a DNA sample
from a suspect last year and say charges could be laid soon. Jill Meagher's husband
will have a face-to-face meeting with Victoria's Adult Parole Board. Premier Napthine arranged he meeting Premier Napthine arranged
the meeting after Tom Meagher's emails
to the board went unanswered. I can absolutely understand why Tom Meagher
would be very, very disappointed with the lack of response to his
reputations to the parole board. Mr Meagher wants
an explanation or apology.

His wife was raped and murdered
by Adrian Bayley while he was out on parole. Still ahead - the residents
still battling to rebuild six months on
from the Bundaberg flood. But first, here's Kochie.

Let's take a look at Wall Street. Let's take a look at Wall Street. The market is just closing. It looks like it will be down 25 points at the end. Apple was up about 4. the end. Apple was up about 4.5% the end. Apple was up about 4.5%, 5% after better-than-expected earnings. To our region:

The Aussie dollar has dipped a bit.

Inflation has risen
for the June quarter. Craig James is at CommSec
with the details. Morning. Craig, what are the reasons
behind the rise?

How did inflation come up? Was it under control? Also, the carbon tax and it getting into the inflation figures. Was it the end of the world, as was predicted?Well, it wasn't the end of the world. Unfortunately, we can't really strip out the effects of the carbon tax. But we do know inflation in Australia is under control. Rose by 4 10th of 1 per cent in the last quarter, 2 quarters in the last year. Health insurance was up around 3% and also the cost of cigarettes was up around 3%. But the cost of petrol waouz down in the quarter around 3% around 3%. So inflation is around 2. around 3%. So inflation is around 2.5% around 3%. So inflation is around 2.5%, right undermittal of the Reserve Bank's target range. It means the Reserve Bank can cut interest rates if it wants to in the August meeting. The question is whether it will. The lower Aussie dollar has pushed up the prices of imported goods. The Reserve Bank knows that so they might be happy to leave rates as they are. But the good news, inflation is under control.Excellent. Time for sport. Kochie, what a night at the MCG.

Over 95,000 fans
packed into the MCG last night to see Premier League giants
Liverpool defeat Melbourne Victory. The crowd was a record
for Australian football and the biggest Liverpool
has ever played in front of. Reds legend Steven Gerrard gave
the fans what they came to see. More then 95,000 fans belted out
those famous words as one, creating one of the great
Australian sporting moments. (CROWD SINGS):
# You'll never walk alone. #

A spectacular backdrop at the MCG for Liverpool's
first ever game in Australia. Raheem Sterling lively for
the Premier League giants early... ..the brash young hosts
more then holding their own before a Reds legend
brought the house down. COMMENTATOR:
Back inside for Steven Gerrard. Liverpool lead!

Fabio Borini almost pulled off
the unthinkable. Borini again! The always controversial
Luis Suarez, one of 10 substitutions at once, possibly his last
appearance for the club. And fittingly,
the Uruguayan had the final say. And there he creates number two
with a piece of absolute brilliance. Liverpool 2-0 winners in front of the biggest crowd for an Australian football match
ever. Tonight it was really
special, you know, 95,000 singing it - unbelievable. The lads have been blown away. (CROWD CHEER)

Quite spectacular. Can you believe the NBC show has put it on breakfast TV right around the States. So they have seen that around the States. There has never been a better rendition of it. That many people with that much heart and soul.You can hear it all through the streets of Melbourne last night. Excellent. We are saying before, you can sing it really well sober and such a great song after you had a few drinks.Yes, cheers to that.The mark of a good song, really.Go, the MCG. Speaking of good singers, our Eddy is warning up? Good morning. You awake yet.Did you say waking up or awake?Morning team.Morning Eddy.Morning, Bree. Jared. Morning Ben.Morning, Ed.Morning, Ed. This morning we are at Home Valley Station, two hours from Kununurra. We are making ourselves very much at home. For the record we didn't stay in the one tent. In the day, Sam, at the Adaminaby pony club when you finally learned to ride? That was me yesterday. Way back when, I finally manageded to ride a horse faster than a walk. Quite an exciting moment. We will bring you those pictures later. I bet you can't wait. But more spectacular than that, the scenery we are riding through, the Kimberlies, amazing. Kochie, I know you have been up here. It is one of the most beautiful places in Australia. We will share it with you this morning and of course, bring you your

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I'm going to show you some pictures that re-create what it was like riding for me yesterday. This is in fact, Nicole Kidman. This is where they filmed the scenery from the movie 'Australia'. So if you can imagine, I'm a little bit like her on horse, without the Prada boots and alabaster skin. We will bring you the pictures. (whispers) I think we woke people up so I think we better leave it there and see you in half an hour.Thank you, loved it. See you, Eddy. See you, Eddy.Ern See

Ahead this Sunrise - the Melbourne man avoiding jail
for glassing because he wouldn't cope in prison. Plus, have we been out-smarted
by our smart phones? How new technology
is affecting our health. But next,
by George, it's George! Kate and William
name the young prince and the Queen visits
her great-grandson.

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Good morning, everybody from lovely London. You might remember this time yesterday we are talking about Kate dress when she left hospital, the lovely spotty Jenny Packham number. It now revealed that Prince George was wrapped in a lovely Aussie merino wool shawl for the trip home. He has been Home Valley He has been Home Valley Stationed as George Alexander Louis rr and will be known as Prince George.

The news came after the Queen visited her
great-grandson at Kensington Palace, where we find
Seven News correspondent Mike Amor. And Martin Frizell is in Bucklebury. Mike, they've stuck with tradition in naming the new prince
George Alexander Louis?

Yes, it was a favourite, Mel, among the bookies and a favourite among the Royal Family. Prince George will go on to become King George VII. It was the name the Queen's fager was the name the Queen's father chose when he took the Queen and the name of her grandfather Alexander may be a tribute to the Queen with the name Alexandra. And Louis is the tribute to Lord Montbatten and a name of Prince William. It is a favourite name in the United Kingdom. You can bet a lot of Georges will be born in the coming weeks and months. What is the chance that one of the headlines will scream tomorrow, " scream tomorrow, "by George." We never really predictable, are we? Yes. Absolutely not. Do you think, one of the reez one of Yes. Absolutely not. Do you think,
one of the reasons they waited to announce it was until the Queen met her great-grandson. Which is nice? Yes, we had to wait 50 hours before we learned Prince George's name. You are right, Mel. The Queen arrived here, I was here this morning, it was earlyish this morning when the Queen arrived here. There is a real feeling Kate and William wanted to introduce Prince George to his great-grandmother and tell her the name first before sharing it with the world. They weren't here at Kensington Palace very long, just Kensington Palace very long, less than 24 hours before they took off to Buckelbury. They will probably learn quickly the trials of travelling with a baby with all the luggage that goes with.Don't you remember those days when you can't leave the house without a big 50 kilogram bag. The parties have been going at Buckelbury for a few nights. Will everyone be quiet now because the young prince is in town with mum and dad?It has got a whole lot more serious. You can cut the atmosphere with a knife. Two minutes, I have come from the Middleton house, down a quiet lane, there are police everywhere. You can't park. There are police in the fields, there are mounted police, special branch and armed police. It is where we think they will be holed up for a few weeks. We knew she wasn't going to have a nanny or maternity help so it is granny Carol fully insaunsed in the -- ensconced and helping. And Pippa will turn up. It is not just the police here, they will use all the locals here so protective, keeping an eye out for strangers or people with long lenses as well.I think the town is going to be very protective. It is nice they are at Kate's mum and dad's home. Bundled up, as we said, a regular mum and dad with their new bub. Guys in the studio, in case you are into the are into the nerdy stuff, check out the cool stamp. Australia Post just release adnew baby edition. It pictures Kate and Wills leaving the hospital with baby George. They are expecting it to be more popular than the expecting it to be more popular than the expecting it to be more popular than expecting it to be more popular royal wedding one.I was always taught you had to wrap the baby's arms in when you took them from hospital. I was a bit disturbed to see the arms lose.You wrap them up when you put them to sleep.A rookie mistake?No, carrying him out it mistake?No, carrying him out mistake?No, carrying him out was fine and then in the capsule.Feel better.It was all for the photo op. And Aussie wool.The shawl?The rest of it is from China.Don't say that. Like everything else made in the world.Stop it! We love the name. I think George is a great name. My father is George, my grandfather is George and my brother's middle name is George. Good name, Wills and Kate.It might be a tribute to them.

Coming up, an Aussie cycling great admits
to doping. Plus, how Tony Abbott plans to call in a three-star general
to wage war on people smugglers. And, Red roar... (ALL SING): # Walk on, walk on # With hope in your heart

Liverpool fans sing their
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What a song and what a scene.

A great scene of passion in sport. What sport is all about. 95,000 people at the MCG.

And Liverpool fans belted out
'You'll Never Walk Alone' in a magical Melbourne moment.

It is pretty special.Gee, when they are picking the song, Liverpool did well.About 1963 they picked it up. Gerry and the Pace Makers, a liver pud leen band -- Liverpudlian band picked it up and took to the team. Spine tingling. We have got a couple of Liverpool fans who will give their own rendition also on the show.

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live from Melbourne.

Mel leads our news from London. Good morning. The future king of England has been
named George Alexander Louis. The new-born prince in now resting at his maternal grandparents' home
in Bucklebury. Prince George has met
his great-grandmother for the first time. The Queen visited Kensington Palace
briefly. She's now free to head to Balmoral
for her summer holiday. Back to Nat for the rest
of this morning's news.

A Seven News investigation
has revealed an anti-Muslim campaign
linked to a One Nation candidate. Seven News reporter Erin Edwards
broke the story last night. Erin, what happened?

Nat, the brands targeted were Nestle, the products were tins of Milo and instant coffee. Staff at the Woolworths Under wood, in Logan noticed fightly coloured offensive stickers two weeks ago. They called police and notified Queensland Health. The sticker said, " Health. The sticker said, "Be wear, hulal food supports terrorism." It will be alleged the stickers were bought in an online store. Mike Holt has told me he has sold 1 thousand stickers and as far away as Switzerland. He believes part of the fee for hulal food ends up in the hands of terrorist groups overseas. Muslim's community says it is speechless. It has come in the middle of Ramadan, the holiest month in the Muslim calendar. Pauline Hanson is due to host his campaign in the next two weeks. A 27-year-old woman will appear in court in the next two months accused of product contamination.

Another boat has arrived
at Christmas Island carrying 50 asylum seekers. The navy intercepted
the boat last night after receiving
an emergency signal from the vessel. It follows the tragic drowning
of eight people, including children off the Indonesian coast. A search will resume at first light
for dozens of people still missing. They've now spent
two nights lost at sea and authorities say it's unlikely
any more survivors will be found.

The Queensland city of Bundaberg
is preparing to mark six months
since its devastating floods. Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper is in Bundaberg. Michelle, how are things looking?

Good morning. Well most of Bundaberg looks fine. But here in the northern suburbs, which were hardest hit, there are still homes that look pretty much the same as six months ago. You can see this home behind me is completely destroyed. There are dozens of streets like this in North Bundaberg where most of the residents have moved out and only a couple of people remain. The big problem, this was the second flood in almost three years for residents. After the 2011 floods, the inflaourns premiums sky rocketed so many people just simply couldn't afford the premiums of $ afford the premiums of $2,000, $ afford the premiums of $2,000, $3,000 and $ $3,000 and $4,000 a year. Those people in particular are doing it tough and struggling to rebuild their homes and lives.Yes, it is a long road for them. Thank you for the update.Finance news long road for them. Thank you for
the update.Finance news the Dow has closed 25 points lower. It is half an hour since the market closed. Apple shares did well after it announced reasonable second-quarter earnings after the close of trading yesterday. European yesterday. European markets were

A bit of business trivia - 25 million Americans are served at McDonald's each and every day. Do you know how many people are employed by McDonald's? 1. employed by McDonald's? 1.8 million. There you go, time for sport.

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have defeated the Melbourne Victory on a historic night at the MCG. A record Australian football crowd
of 95,446 belted out a stirring rendition
of the Reds' famous anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone'. (ALL SING):
# You'll never walk alone...#

And they're still belting it out in the streets of Melbourne.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard
opened the scoring set up the match-sealer
in the dying seconds.

I'm aware that I may for the best club in the world and so do the other players. It is no surprise. Every country we go to, we get unbelieve Every country we go to, we get unbelieve support.

It's the biggest crowd Liverpool
has ever played in front of. Australian cycling great
Stuart O'Grady admits he doped before
the 1998 Tour de France and says the mistake
has tarnished his career. The six-times Olympian
retired on Monday following a successful Tour campaign
with GreenEDGE. O'Grady says he took
the banned blood booster EPO before the '98 Tour, and went on
to become the second Australian to wear the yellow
leader's jersey. as one of 30 riders whose samples
were either positive or suspicious following retrospective testing. O'Grady maintains
he never doped again. AFL boss Andrew Demetriou
faces fresh scrutiny over the Essendon
supplement scandal. There are reports anti-doping investigators
have been told of a phone call Demetriou made to Bombers chairman
David Evans the night before the club
asked the AFL to look into
its cutting edge supplement program in February. Demetriou has repeatedly
denied tipping the Bombers off about the looming investigation
into drugs in Australian sport.

Time to get a check of the weather. Eddy's trip to WA continues. You've gone outback today?We have. To put it in perspective, which we are, the East Kimberley Wyndham shire, measures 120,000 square kilometres, the same size as the United Kingdom. They have a population of 60 million, population here? 7,700. We met two yesterday, hoary and Tim. They run trail rides across Home Valley Station. This particular area you haven't been before at this particular pace?Yes, the first time, fairly exciting for us as well as you.Look, I couldn't ride, we know that, before we set out. But we are out there for about three hours. It is quite easy to learn?Well, I agree It is quite easy to learn?Well, I
agree everyone were like you, we wouldn't have a very difficult job. Now, hey! Kochie! Now, hey! Kochie before he lauvs any more, Harry, how much of a good rider I am?How Is walking going today?Eddy is gaff awed on there.I am not going to lie. I am not going to lie. I said to these boys yesterday, you discover bones in your bum you never thought you had. It is certainly a beautiful experience.Hoy...The guys are continuing to fight about the helicopter flight over the rest of the scenery. You give me so much grief... Here I am trying to learn new things, experiences. Let's take a look at your weather.

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south-eastern Australia clear, leading to a cool night.

Morning frost for Canberra.

Look, fellows, if Hugh Jackman couldn't be here, I'm just glad the both of you were. We are going to attempt something ambitious later. Instead of taking the car to the next location where we will watch the sunrise, we are going to ride! I'll show you.We're going to see you riding, live?Go, Eddy.Go away. No, look, get back in the saddle. You got to get back on the horse.A couple of jumps.Spoken by an old rider, Sam.Good on you, Eddy, Eddy of the Overflow.Looking forward to catching up with you soon.The horse

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As the search continues
for survivors of an asylum seeker boat
sinking off Indonesia, details are emerging
of the Coalition's plan to deal with people smuggling. An Abbott government
would reportedly put a military general in charge
of a $10 million task force. The task force would also involve Immigration, customs, Federal police
and security agencies. To discuss our Hot Topics, we're joined by Seven commentator
Derryn Hinch in Melbourne and Chris Smith from 2GB in Sydney. Chris,
would a military-led task force stop the asylum seeker boats?

Look, I think we are probably handling the job of just waiting -- dissuading asylum seekers to Australia to the right people. It sounds quite comical to have a general in central command running the show. We are back into a war zone already. But I zone already. But I think they are the right people to deal with what happens on the high seas. If you start contrasting policies it is a race to become the meaner and tougher. The meaner and tougher you are going to be, the more votes you will get. That is the sad part. However, I think the Manus Island concept is flawed. If the Prime Minister is not careful, we will have civil unrest in Papua New Guinea before long. The signals from the general population are not good. I think what the opposition is doing here is probably handling the problem in the appropriate fashion with a coordinated approach from various authorities. I think it is probably a more responsible way to go.Given Kevin Rudd went to the right of Tony Abbott with his policy, do you think Tony Abbott is now trying to show he is tougher than Kevin Rudd by suggesting the military get involved here?What we have got here is a very cruel game of human of human chess. You got two politicians saying, " politicians saying, "Mine is bigger than yours." What people are over looking with the PNG solution, Kevin Rudd, it doesn't matter if it lasts a long time, or what the final consequences are, it only has to last eight weeks to get himself re-elected. I go back when he wrote a piece for 'The Monthly' and he talked about being good Samaritans and how we treat strangers and look at the Pacific Solution. A very clever master stroke by Kevin Rudd, it nullifies another issue in voters' minds, it probably goes down well with the hard liners and will win votes.But you know deep down he doesn't believe in it. He has never believed in such a strategy. He is doing it, as you say, to get elected.The night he got rolled by Julia Gillard and wouldn't stand the next morning for leadership, he said I am not going to be led and lurch to the right. He is over to the right. He is saying, " to the right. He is over to the
right. He is saying, "You are tough, I can be tougher." All the things about the Pacific solution because it worked and stopped the boats, they are wiping. It is as if Kevin Rudd wasn't responsible along with Evans and all the others, wasn't responsible for dismantling the Pacific Solution in the first place. I would love your views on this. A Melbourne lawyer has escaped jail despite being convicted.

'The Herald Sun' says
the magistrate didn't think the 27-year-old
would last long in jail pointing to his
privileged background. Derryn,
when alcohol-fuelled violence is such a problem in our community,

Should it make any difference? David. As they said in the 'The Great Gatsby', the rich are different to us. Talk about one law for the rich and one for the poor. This is one of the most disgraceful decisions I have seen by a magistrate, what is his name? Jack Vandersteen. He said how devastating for his father, a prominent lawyer. I couldn't give a stuff about the family. He glassed a man, slashed a man and then the bloody cowered ran away. -- coward ran away. There is one law for the rich and one for the poor and this one is wrong.Chris, what do you think? Glassing! Such an awful crime awful crime.Orn awful crime.On top of that, he got the excuse the victim got stuck into his mother, it wasn't raised in the police interview. He has concocted a story. Someone in the office said what planet is the magistrate on? He is on the privileged planet as well. Only someone on the privileged planet could come up with such a decision.Thank you.On to something completely different.

Coca-Cola has launched
a new campaign to help fight obesity. We believe its our responsibility to help respond to issues
that affect our communities. Today, one of these issues
is obesity. So we are bringing more innovation,
information and choices to everyone. The company plans to introduce
smaller cans and make it easier for customers
to get nutritional information. But how will it go down
with consumers?

How will it sell?

Matthew Bywater from 4 Promote
is with us to discuss the campaign. Good morning. We've seen some other
companies do this too. Were you surprised by Coke's move?

Yes, not really. We have seen Coke relaunch this program in the US back in January. And when you consider what Coke is, the world's largest beverage maker. They had to go down this line. They have got to come out and have more opportunities for people to have healthier options in their offerings. They have their offerings. They their offerings. They have already been doing it.Is it what it is really about or is to try to get us to have a warm, fuzzy feeling about a company that promotes something full of sugar and probably isn't that great for you?I guess, one of the downsides of their advertising campaign it can polarise people, be cynical of people who for 140 years have been pushing sugary drinks. But there is over 60 brands globally. They are pushing waters and juices. They are not worried about Coca-Cola itself, it is about being the No. itself, it is about being the No.One beverage supplier to beverage supplier today world.They are doing a good job. Thank

Coming up - Andrew Demetriou's role in the
Essendon drugs crisis questioned. The royal baby is named as the Queen meets her
great-grandson for the first time. And, is this the most awkward
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Nelson Aspen. Hi, Nelson. Bruce Willis has given
the most awkward interview ever. What happened?

You know, those of us who get to interview celebrities know that some (coughs) Rees Witherspoon, Kevin Spacey, are more difficult than others. But here Saturday British radio reporter talking to Bruce Willis and Mary Parker.What is the most difficult place to travel. Because you go everywhere.Istanbul, in general, we don't go in this film.The crew has seen the film, which is a good thing.

Has any actor told you this, Jamie? You might be. We're just selling the film now.

Sales. The fun part was making the movie.Fun part happened, yeah.Some celebrities should put it into their contract they shouldn't have to do these if it makes them that miserable. It went on for minutes. I'm a fan of Bruce Willis but the bloke gets paid big bucks and there are parts of everyone's job you don't like doing.If you get $ don't like doing.If you get $30 million, you go and sell that movie around the world. I think he might have been under the influence in that?Maybe just a bad day.What? On drugs?No, not drugs, I think he might have had a few champagnes before he started. I will put it out there.He interviewed my for 'Die Hard', I think he is a very nice bloke. That will go on YouTube.

The top stories now on Sunrise. Breaking overnight -
the prince is named. Kate and William settle
on George Alexander Louis as the Queen drops in for a visit. A food contamination investigation
targeting Muslims linked to a One Nation candidate. Tom Meagher to meet Victoria's
Parole Board over his wife's murder. But will he get an apology? Mel meets the cast
of the blockbuster. (ALL SING) # Walk on, walk on
with hope in your heart. #

A magical Melbourne moment. Fans belt out the world's
most famous footy anthem. # You'll never walk alone. #

Across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven.

Now, live from Melbourne,
Kochie and Sam.

(APPLAUSE) Oh! I love it. Hello again. We are in our Melbourne home this morning. After a big night at the Ge.Big!? Massive.Here to see Liverpool play the Melbourne Victory. Highlights soon. You can't hear it enough, spine-tingling stuff. We have got some Liverpudlians in the studio. Tell you what, a late night!

But while you were sleeping, Kate and William revealed
their boy's name. Mel has the details.

Here is the 7 a.m. Here is the 7 a.m.News.I do, thanks very much.

Good morning - the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
have named their son George Alexander Louis. Yesterday, they proudly showed
the future king to the world before introducing him to
his great-grandmother the Queen at Kensington Palace. The young family have now headed to Kate's home village
of Bucklebury where they'll stay with her parents. George has been the name
of six British kings including
the Queen's father George VI. More from London soon. Right now it's back to Nat
for the rest of this morning's news. Good morning.

The search for dozens
of missing asylum seekers is resuming this morning after a boat sank
off the Indonesian coast. Live to reporter Mia Greves
in Canberra. Mia, what more can you tell us
about the victims?

This is an absolutely shocking story. The latest information out of Indonesia is the death toll has risen to 9. The overloaded boat with 204 people obboard left annesian fishing village on Tuesday and began to sink in rough seas, nine hours into the journeyp, about 20 kilometres off the Javanese coast. The search continues for 44 people. Indonesian authorities are conducting the search but Australian authorities have offered any assistance. More than 500 asylum seekers have arrived or attempted to make the journey to Australia since Kevin Rudd announced the crack down on Friday. It means any asylum seekers who arrive by boat wilt seekers who arrive by boat seekers who arrive by boat will be sent to Papua New Guinea without hope of settlement in Australia. Tony Burke will head to Manus Island later today. The accommodation needs to be expanded from 600 to 3,000 beds.Yes, and he will look into those abuse allegations. Thank you.

Police in South Australia say they're close to solving
a 23-year murder mystery. They've returned to Coober Pedy to search for the remains
of missing teenager Karen Williams. Seven News reporter
Maria Jovanovic is on the story. Maria, where are police searching?

Well, Nat, major crime detectives will return to this old mine site, a few kilometres out of Coober Pedy shortly. They spent all day yesterday digging. It is a gruelling exercise. They are using buckets, wheelbarrows, the mine shafts are only a metre in diameter. Quite a gruelling exercise. They say there is one of three shafts they have been looking at yesterday. They are as deep as 15 metres and they say down the bottom of at least lie the remains of 16-year-old Karen Williams. She has been missing for 23 years. The last time she was seen on August 3, 1990 when she accepted a lift from a young man. She was with three friends, they made it home and she hasn't been seen since. Last year the phraes make a break. They took a DNA sample from the prime suspect and hope to link it to her remains. They hope to make an arrest in days. The Prime Minister suspect is a man in his 40s, he used to live in Coober Pedy and he still lives in South lives in lives in South Australia is known to her family. her Family her family say whoever is responsible should be locked up so they can be left in peace.

The husband of murder victim
Jill Meagher will have a face-to-face meeting
with Victoria's Adult Parole Board. Tom Meagher
labelled its members 'cowards' after emails to the Parole Board
went unanswered for weeks. His wife was raped and murdered
by Adrian Bayley last September while he was out on parole. Tom Meagher wants
an explanation or an apology, from the Parole Board.

AFL boss Andrew Demetriou
faces fresh scrutiny over the Essendon drug scandal. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells
has the details. Good morning, Nick. Take us through
the latest revelations.

Well, look, the allegations of impropriety are vague. I think it is best to just lay out the time line. On January 31, Andrew Demetriou was called to Canberra for a confidential meeting with the confidential meeting with the crime commission, days before they tabled their report into drugs and Australian sport. On January four the crime commission reportedly phoned David Evans about the use of peptides at his club. The next day, Essendon self-reported on the issue and asked for ASADA to investigate them. Two days after that, was the massive press conference, we remember, where the Australian crime commission talked about the use of drugs in sport. So this is all come from the interviews that ASADA has been doing with players and officials from clubs. AFL spokesman James Tomkin says all, " James Tomkin says all, "The allegations that were discredited and disputed by other witnesses have been examined by ASADA. They are completely untrue."Thank you, it keeps going on.

Coming up - Rowing solo. The man preparing
to cross the Atlantic ocean with mere muscle power. But first here's Kochie.

Wall Street finished down. To our region yesterday, All Ords added 17 and ASX 18.

Inflation has risen
for the June quarter. Morning, Craig. What are the reasons
behind the rise?

Well, Kochie, it was a pretty good result. Overall, prices up 4 10th of 1 purse and up 2.4% for the year. So bank on target for the Reserve Bank' target band. It is around 2. target band. It is around 2.5% at present. We tend to focus on things that went up in price but a lot of things went down in price in the past year, milk, the cost of petrol, down the order of 3% down the order of 3%. A lot of electrical items cheaper, computers and TVs down 12% and TVs down 12%. Even the cost of women's clothing was down around 3% over the past year.Ladies, remember the Aussie dollar is going back up now, or come down, so prices will go back up and reverse, so don't get too carried away.Go shopping today is the bottom line, girls.You missed your chance.You are saying it is a good investment. Our future wardrobes.No import prices, nice try. Time for sport.

Over 95,000 fans
packed into the MCG last night to see Premier League giants
Liverpool defeat Melbourne Victory. The crowd was a record
for Australian football and the biggest Liverpool has ever played
in front of. Reds legend Steven Gerrard gave
the fans what they came to see. More then 95,000 fans belted out
those famous words as one, creating one of the great
Australian sporting moments. (CROWD SINGS):
# You'll never walk alone. #

A spectacular backdrop at the MCG for Liverpool's
first ever game in Australia. before a Reds legend
brought the house down. COMMENTATOR:
Back inside for Steven Gerrard. Liverpool lead!

Fabio Borini almost pulled off
the unthinkable. Borini again! The always controversial
Luis Suarez, one of 10 substitutions at once, possibly his last
appearance for the club. And fittingly,
the Uruguayan had the final say. And there he creates number two
with a piece of absolute brilliance. Liverpool 2-0 winners in front of the biggest crowd for an Australian football match
ever. Tonight it was really
special, you know, 95,000 singing it - unbelievable. The lads have been blown away. (CROWD CHEER)

There were so many great moments last night, from the song at the start to Steven Gerard's goal but Craig Johnson being back on the MCG and seeing his career going full circle, went overseas to play for Liverpool and see his team return back to Australia for a welcome like that was special. It was really emotional for him last night. Fabulous. We have got Liverpool supporters with us in the studio today. They will give us their rendition. Do they know they are doing that?Not yet.All the way from Townsville. Now, let's go all from Townsville. Now, let's go all the way to the Kimberley. You couldn't get much further away from us if you tried?No, you couldn't. Everywhere we go we are always amazed the travellers we meet and the setups. This is the Hilly family, Jason, Elizabeth, Kyle and Luke, you are travelling around Australia, you build these campers. You got all sorts of stuff, including the boat. Everything fits into the trailer?Yes, everything is all compact, one box.I want to take you around the other side. You sleep in here, inside this comapartment and all the gear is packed underneath, is that right?Yep. Check it out. Have a look in there. Kyle and Luke you can probably go back to bed, we just dragged you out at 5:00 this morning. There is all the beds.What a setup.Even a kitchen here that pulled out from underneath, it packs in underneath the car? Unbelievable mism.The boat folds down on top so it sits flat? That's exactly right. Is that right? Yes. One box, pack up to like a trailer.Same size as a trailer? Yes, and in about 15, 20 minutes you are set up.Can drag it behind a 4 wheel wheel drive?We are heading off to Kununurra now.Originally from Windsor in NSW. Do you sell these?Yes, sell and hire.Maybe we'll buy one. Let's take a look at your weather.

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Guys, what is the best thing about travelling around Australia? Guys, what is the best thing about
travelling around Australia?

Swimming. What is the worst thingIn the car.In the car all the time. See you in half an hour. Look, due to popular demand, despite all your teasing, I am going to be riding a horse to our next location. Bet you can't wait.Yes, we love it.(horse exhales can't wait.Yes, we love it.(horse exhales) can't wait.Yes, we love it.(horse exhales).Good on you. See you

Two days after being born
and a day after leaving hospital, William and Kate
have named their baby. His full name
is George Alexander Louis. And he'll be known as
Prince George of Cambridge. For more, we're joined by
Seven News correspondent Mike Amor outside Kensington Palace. And Martin Frizell is in Bucklebury. Mike, they've stuck with tradition in naming the new prince
George Alexander Louis?

Yes, Mel. It was a favourite among the bookmakers and also a favourite among the Royal Family. Prince George will go on to become King George VII. It was the name the Queen's father chose when he became king. He was of course, Prince Albert, known as Bertie before he became king. It was also the Queen's grandfather as well. No real surprises there. We have spoken to a lot of people outside Kensington Palace today. I think a lot of people love the name Prince George. You can bet in the coming weeks and months there are going to be a lot of baby Georges born throughout the world, Mel.Most definitely. The other thing, mike, that was lovely, William and Kate were waiting until the Queen visited before they announced the name?Yes, she came here early this morning. And was the first time she got to see her

. A real feeling they wanted to show her her great-grandson first and tell her the name first before they shared it with the world. So it took about 50 hours before we all learned the name. Before they took off, of course, to Kate's parents' house where Martin is right now.Let's go to Martin. Is everyone tucked up with the lights out in Kate's family home in Buckelbury?Mel, it is getting that way. At some point this evening it is going to be me, the crew and three others up in Buckelbury. It will be the baby and Kate and William. There is a real change in atmosphere because security has been stepped up incredibly, as you can imagine. I have been down to the house. You can drive past it but you can't park. There are police in the hedgerows and mounted police and a no-fly zone. Special branch crawling all over it as you would expect. It is clear they have come here for a very good reason. It is peaceful, tranquil and granny Middleton, a young 58-year-old grandmother to help Kate. She has no nanny or maternity nurse. She has got her mum, which is what she wants, while William goes back to work in a couple of weeks.A lovely place for the family to nestle in together. Thank you all, let's go back to Kochie.

Police in Brisbane have uncovered
a food contamination scare involving one of Australia's
favourite foods, sold by one of the country's
biggest supermarket chains. An exclusive Seven News
investigation has linked the anti-Muslim campaign
to a One Nation candidate. Erin Edwards broke this story. Good morning. Who does this scare involve? A 27-year-old woman from Logan will appear in court appear in court tomorrow accused of food contamination. It will be alleged she put racist, offensive stickers on Nestle products at the underWoolworths store two weeks ago. It is alleged she bought the stickers online at a store called-Restore Australia. Mike Holt has told me he has sold 1,000 sheets of these stickers, not just Australia but need, the US, United Kingdom and Switzerland. Qeeltp health scientists did check the products. They confirmed while the products were allegedly tampered with, the food wasn't contaminated.

Pretty serious offences. Anyone been charged?Yes, Kochie a 27-year-old woman will appear in court tomorrow. She is from Logan. Now, this alleged offence happened in Understood offence happened in -- Under wood, which is very popular with young Muslim families. They are appalled and said it was a racist attack. Queensland's Muslim community has called for Mike Holt to be dumped from One Nation, it says it is speechless. We are waiting for a response from Hulal Australia who does credit some Queensland manufacturers with hulal certification.Thank you. The husband of murder victim
Jill Meagher will have a face-to-face meeting
with Victoria's Adult Parole Board. Tom Meagher has gone public
with his frustrations, while he was out on parole. Tom Meagher says he's still waiting
for an explanation or apology from the Parole Board. The Victorian Premier has now
intervened to arrange a meeting, while a report into the board
is due to be delivered any day now. We're joined by criminal lawyer
David Galbally QC for his take on the issue. Good morning. Is this about the parole board
not having the "guts", as Tom puts it, to offer an explanation or apology?

Well, I think the first thing is that it is appalling his e-mails weren't responded to immediately. They should have been. Second is they should speak to him, as now he is going to take place. A conversation between he and the head of the parole board. They should have spoken to him. I can understand why they wouldn't want to go into the reasons why Adrian Bayley was released, it may be subject to advice from the lawyers of the Justice Department but they should at least have met with him a lot earlier than now.It has got to the point where the premier has intervened. Is there anything else the Government should do to address his concerns?I think the government should meet with him and talk with him about compensation for what has taken place. There are numerous other families who have suffered as a result of paroleees committing murders while on parole when they shouldn't have been. The government should meet with these people and prevent or short-circuit any litigation against the government with compensation. It is good to see the Premier meeting and at least dealing with it on the front foot. Absolute lane. Just quickly, do you think the parole board in Victoria needs a a complete over needs a a complete over haul?I think the basis on which parole is granted and also their ability to reclaim prisoners who are on parole who breach it has got to be looked into. Much stricter controls have got to be put in place.I think there is a lot of agreement. Thank you.Thank you.

It's been six months since
Bundaberg was left devastated by ex-tropical cyclone Oswald. More than 4,000 homes were damaged and many families
were left homeless. They've been relying
on the goodwill of family, friends and strangers
to help them rebuild. And Sunrise correspondent Michelle
Tapper has caught up with some

I love it when we follow these things up. It is a great message to communities that Australia doesn't forget. How are they going?Well, it st still a lot of people here need help. They are doing it tough. Because the rental market was inundated after the floods. So many are being forced to live in homes that still are not safe or they have to bunk down with family and friends. (siren wails) Damien and Kim Norgarth's home was completely destroyed. For the past six months they have been living in a shed with their two daughters, Lily and Skye. No kitchen?No, gas burners on the floor. We bring it up to the freezer. It is more a bench space for us, amongst the things we have been given by generous people.For five months, they didn't even have a bathroom or running water. It must be tough living in here in the middle of winter? Yes, it is cold.It is cold. Kids have been getting sick a lot. Trying to keep them warm.A constant draft, too big a space to clean up. Uninsured, Damien is trying to rebuild the house while supports the family, working away three weeks at a time it must be tough?Yes, it is just something we got to work through. Um, there is no other option.Terry from the community rebuild project says hundreds of families still need help.What we need is volunteer tradespeople and donated materials in the form of building supplies.For people here in Bundaberg, it is the second time they have been flooded in three years. After the 2011 floods, the insurance premiums skyrocketed to $ insurance premiums skyrocketed to $3,000, even $ $3,000, even $4,000 annually. Many couldn't afford to pay.There is only so much you can do with a care's pension. This flood is the first time in my life I haven't been insured.Jodie Hardy is a single mum to her 6-year-old autistic son, Jasper and had to be air lifted from the roof. You didn't manage to save all the pets?No, we had a pet horse and a... and a.... Sorry, a pet...A pet sheep?Like I said, I am over everything else, I just can't get over that.Like many without insurance, she has been forced to insurance, she has been forced insurance, she has been forced to
fix her home by herself and live with her son, Jasper in her brother's house mismHe is in a two-bedroom house, so she has given jasther the bedroom and sleeping on the couch.She said the scars are large.We have been here four years and flooded twice. For is only so much people can take.Can take, yes... A lot of people needing help. It you need assistance, there is still a lot of people needing help. If you need assistance, we do have details on the web site for the community rebuild project. Of course, if you can help out, the details are there as well.Yes. Michelle. That was a terrific report. Thank you for that. Some good news for the community there, though, they were favourite son wheelchair athlete reed McCracken rr won his second silver medal at the wheelchair championships so hopefully that will lift the spirits of the people there.

Plenty of people have dreamed
of quitting their jobs, buying a boat and sailing off into the sunset. The man you're about to meet
is doing just that. But there will be no palm trees,
no sunbaking, and no cocktails on this oceanic adventure. One man.

One boat. One incredible mission.

Andrew Abrahams is planning
to cross the Atlantic Ocean using mere muscle power. I am actually excited,
I am not nervous at all. I am just looking forward
to catching some big waves and completing the journey. I have been working on this
for three years. It's a 5,500km journey in a boat which weighs
almost a tonne. The vessel is a timber boat,
a ply boat with fibreglass over it. It's 7.2 metres long, 2 metres wide. Weight is about a tonne
by the time it is fully loaded. Very heavy. Travels about 3.5 knots. This epic adventure
could take up to three months. Each day, Andrew will sleep
for just four hours. He'll drink 12 litres of water
and consume 9,000 calories. We have got solar panels up here which keep us powered up
for the whole trip. We have got carbon-fibre oars. We have got a satellite
communications dome back there which can give us live crosses
back to Channel 7.

# I'm sailing the ocean #
#

But Andrew isn't afraid
of a challenge. You might remember he took me on
back in May. 1,001, 1,002, 1,003.

Good luck with that, partner. No prizes for guessing
who finished first that time. Andrew Abrahams has interrupted
his training schedule to join us. Good morning, Andrew. 5,500km solo -
an incredibly long way. Why?

Remind us why?It is all about the charity and helping out the children in our community, trying to raise funds for a great cause through Lions Australia.Now, mate, I am reading my briefing notes here. They say you are going to be doing this in the nuddie, is that right? Why? Yes, well, you can imagine rowing 1. Yes, well, you can imagine rowing 1.2 million strokes back 1.2 million strokes backwards and forwards on this seat, if you are wearing clothes, it will wear a hole in your skin. A lot of times you got to go with nothing on.You put a bit of butt cream on there too? It would be my problem.I have got a really comfy seat. I have been working on that for a long time.Well, mate, you are hard at training. We will keep following you because we reckon you are a championship. Look after yourself.No worries. Thank you.How could it be more friction without clothes? What is going to happen there?Well, the number of strokes you got to do it in the nude. The logistics.But having no clothes on, wouldn't it hurt more?

We'll be calling one lucky person
with $10,000 on the line soon. It could be you so stay watching. Then, the blockbuster
that's put Australia back on the film-making map. Mel meets the entire cast
of 'The Wolverine'. And, have we just found
the country's next top model?

Give a wink at the end of the runway. Gorgeous.Yeah, don't give up your day job, Nick Etchells.

What it takes
to make it on the catwalk.

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Time for the Seven News headlines,
beginning with Mel in London. Good morning.

The future king of England
has been named George Alexander Louis. The newborn prince is now resting
in the countryside at his maternal grandparents' home
in Bucklebury. He's also met his great-grandmother
for the first time after the Queen paid
a brief visit to Kensington Palace. She's delighted at his birth
and says he is an enormous child. Prince George made his first public
appearance yesterday wrapped in a white shawl
made from Australian merino wool. Back to Nat
for the rest of this morning's news. Nine people, including a baby boy, four other children
and a pregnant woman are dead

after their boat sank
off the Indonesian coast of Java. The overloaded boat
with 204 people onboard capsized in rough seas on its way to Christmas Island. 44 people are still missing. Overnight another boat arrived
at Christmas Island carrying 50 asylum seekers. The navy intercepted the boat
last night after receiving
an emergency signal from the vessel. A Seven News investigation
has revealed an anti-Muslim campaign linked
to a One Nation candidate. Two weeks ago offensive stickers
claiming "halal food funds terrorism" were found on products
at a Woolworths store in the Brisbane suburb of Underwood. The stickers are sold
on a website co-founded by One Nation candidate Mike Holt. A Logan woman
will face court tomorrow on product contamination charges. A 23-year murder mystery
could be solved today. Major crime detectives
are searching three mine shafts
near Coober Pedy in northern South Australia. They are looking for the remains
of 16-year-old Karen Williams. We genuinely believe that this is the most likely place
we will find Karen Williams, where we are today. New leads surfaced when the case
was reviewed last year. Police say
they're close to an arrest. Pope Francis has led his first mass since returning
to his native Latin America. It took place at a shrine to
the Virgin Mary in St Paulo, Brazil. Around 200,000 pilgrims cheered
as the Pontiff arrived. He warned the faithful
against idolising money and power. Sunrise Sport brought to you
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What a night at the MCG.

An Australian record football crowd
of 95,446 packed the MCG for Liverpool's clash
with Melbourne Victory last night. Before kick-off the crowd belted out
the Reds' famous anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone'. (ALL SING):
# You'll never walk alone. #

The MCG erupted when Reds skipper Steven Gerrard
opened the scoring in the first half. Luis Suarez helped seal
a 2-0 win, setting up a second goal
in the dying seconds. It's the biggest crowd Liverpool
has ever played in front of. Australian cycling great
Stuart O'Grady admits he doped
before the 1998 Tour de France and says the mistake
has tarnished his career. The 6-time Olympian
retired on Monday following a successful
Tour campaign with GreenEDGE. O'Grady says

he took the banned blood booster EPO
before the '98 Tour the yellow leader's jersey. A French senate inquiry
named O'Grady as one of 30 riders whose samples
were either positive or suspicious following retrospective testing. O'Grady maintains
he never doped again. The rugby league community
is rallying around South Sydney star Greg Inglis after he was racially abused
on social media. NRL boss Dave Smith has described the vicious online attack
as abhorrent and says the league will do everything it can
to help identify the culprit.

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Morning frost for Canberra.

Now,

Now,...

I always jump the gun on these. I'm so excited about the cash give away. I forget to show you.$ I forget to show you.$10,000 to give away. Five rings we are waiting for. Today's winner, that is ring No. for. Today's winner, that is ring No.One.We're calling Hoxton Park in NSW. Come on!Helen speaking?Helen! I love that you picked up after four and a half rings. Let me just clarify.It is Sunrise, by the way. Morning!Is this Helen Gonzalex.Yes it is.Did you enter the Cash Cow competition?Yes, I did! Is this the call!You picked up within five rings. You have won $ rings. You have won $10,000.My God! Thank you! This is amazing!Tell us a bit about yourself?Um, well, um, a bit about yourself?Um, well, um,... I am just a bit in shock at the moment, trying to get the kids ready for school.How many kids have you got and how old are they? you got and how old are they??Got two boys. 11 and a 9-year-old.They would be a handful getting them off to school.You would be frantic. Is. I am still trying to get one out of bed.Go and tell him you just won $10,000.Pay him to get out of bed. Tell him the computer games you will buy.What will you do with the money?Put some away and do some renovations around the house and maybe a holiday. I don't know, whatever we can do. Thank you very much.Congratulations, Helen. Get those boys up and off to school. We will tell you the code word for tomorrow's draw.

Coming up -
so you want to be a model?

It always helps to do a bit of a wink at the end of the runway. Gorgeous.Oh! Do your buttons up.

We hit the catwalk for one
of the country's toughest auditions. And, 'The Wolverine' is back.

You've got to stay looking
as young as in the first one. That's the problem. That's where the budget gets big. Lucky he's rugged and that's OK,
that's OK. It's alright to have
a few extra wrinkles.

He is one man who does not need to do his buttons up.

Mel's interviews with the stars
of the blockbuster, next.

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Well, we've got
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the Australian beef industry for over 30 years. We've had this property
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