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Also this morning,
the Missile fires again. James Magnussen puts
the London Olympics behind him and wins the 100 metres
at the World Championships.

He says he has matured.That's good to see.

And we'll explain why no news might be good news
for Essendon players as James Hird calls in the lawyers. But we'll begin
with a Seven News update. Here's Nat.

Surf Life Saving Queensland
will launch an investigation after a teenager died
during a training session on the Gold Coast. The 17-year-old's death
has rocked the tight-knit community who are remembering him
as a talented athlete.

It was the beginning of
a normal afternoon training session for the Northcliffe Surf Club. But it took a turn for the worse when 17-year-old Jerry Dennis
fell from his paddle board into the Mermaid Waters canal. His mates sprung into action,
joining the search. Worried locals watched on in hope. I just saw the police car come down
and then the ambulance and my heart went cold.

Jerry was found 45 minutes later
four metres below the surface. He was pulled onto the banks where paramedics tried to revive him
for around half an hour, but it was too late. Life Saving Australia says there was nothing risky
about the training session. The group of atheletes
from Northcliff Life Saving Club were supervised by
an experience coach who did the appropriate
risk assessments, I believe. You know, I live on that same canal. So I'm on and off the water
all the time there. Certainly, it's quite sad. They were obviously doing
some flat water work. Friends say Jerry had been suffering
chest pain before he fell. A very well credentialed swimmer
and athlete. He was a Surf Life Saving
member and really at the end
of the day it's a big family, so it's going to hit
a few people.

The man in the US

who held three women captive
for over a decade has been sentenced to life in jail,
plus 1000 years. Ariel Castro told the court
he wasn't a monster and was suffering
a sexual addiction. During the sentencing

one of his victim's,
Michelle Knight, confronted her attacker. I will live on. You will die a little every day as you think about the 11 years
of atrocities you inflicted on us. Castro pleaded guilty
to 977 charges. Essendon coach James Hird has hired
a prominent human rights barrister as the anti-doping authority
prepares to hand down the findings
of its investigation. Julian Burnside QC will protect
Hird's interests when ASADA delivers the results. Mr Burnside could potentially
prevent the report's contents
being made public. It was a very uncomfortable
flight home from Chile for a group of Melbourne students - struck down with a gastro bug. 26 people on board the Qantas flight
to Sydney were sick. When the plane touched down - paramedics treated the students
at the scene before 16 were taken to hospital. It's believed the group
contracted the illness before boarding.

Soon the woman who wanted to buy iPhones but got apples instead. Interesting story. We will explain. Here is Kochie.

The dounl is closing up over 100 points. Central banks has have this meetings. We have got the Reserve Bank yesterday. The Bank of England, all kept official interest rates at 0. all kept official interest rates at 0.5% and still committed to the stimulus. That set markets alight. To our region yesterday, we were up 11 and 10

House prices are continuing to rise with the sector looking set
to become the driving force of our economy.

Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec
with the details. Morning. Savanth,
what do the latest figures show?

I think the Reserve Bank would be encouraged to see the housing sector picking up. It will cover some of picking up. It will cover some the slack but have good signs there. You look at annual house prices. They are growing at the fastest pace in 2. in 2.5% in 2.5%. Sydney prices at record highs, what is even more encouraging, prices at the top end of the market, they are starting to lift as well. I think the funs for property is very high. I we haven't seen a huge pick up in unemployment. It does seem to suggest that the housing sector will be the driving factor of factor of the economy. The Reserve Bank is looking at this data, coupled with a pick up in new home sales and it is very encouraging. Thank you very much. See you in quan hour. Time for sport with berths.

An inspiring unbeaten century
by captain Michael Clarke has Australia
in a dominant position after day one of the third
Ashes test at Old Trafford. Clarke and Steve Smith put on an unbeaten stand
of 174 for the fourth wicket after another
farcical DRS decision threatened to derail our innings. Three changes for the Aussies - Warner, Starc and Lyon in, as Michael Clarke won
his first toss of the series. Batting first
on a flat Old Trafford deck, Rogers and Watson
made the most of the conditions. Rogers was scoring at a run a ball
and brought up his 50 in no time before Watson fell cheaply again. COMMENTATOR:
Edges straight to cook. That's gone! The farcical use
of the DRS system continued, this time Khawaja the victim.

Didn't look to me as if he'd hit it. Long way from the ball. I can't believe that! and it cost him. That's a big appeal. What's he think? Yes! Smith almost went for a duck
but DRS saved him. The skipper calmly steering
the innings back on track bringing up his 50. Clarkey silencing rumours
of retirement, leading from the front notching up his 24th test hundred. And there it is. And century for Michael Clarke. Smith joined the party getting to 50 as the pair put an unbeaten stand
of 174 to leave the Aussies
in control at stumps and breathing life
back into our Ashes campaign. It's the battle
of the Scott brothers tonight when Geelong and North Melbourne
square off at Etihad Stadium with live coverage
on Seven and 7mate. The turmoil engulfing Essendon
has been briefly put aside, with captain Jobe Watson named
to return from a broken collarbone in Sunday's clash
against Collingwood. The players are supporting
coach James Hird despite explosive claims from former high performance manager
Dean Robinson. Roosters superstar
Sonny Bill Williams says he's let his team-mates down
by being suspended for a fortnight. Sonny Bill will on the sidelines when the Tri-colors face
the Panthers tonight. I've got no doubt the boys
will hold the fort while I'm gone. Brisbane remain hopeful Ben Hannant and Jack Reed
will return for tonight's must-win clash
with Newcastle. James Magnussen has put a year
of controversy behind him, winning the 100 metres freestyle
world title in Barcelona this morning. The Missile defended his crown and powered home in the final stages
to claim gold, describing it
as an emotional victory. And I think it shows that I've
matured a lot over the last year and I think I can put the Olympics
behind me now and look forward. While, our girls won silver
in the 4 by 200 freestyle final, finishing second behind the USA.

I don't know who has been in James' ear but that ear but that is a great improvement. That's the spirit. He has let his actions do the talking.Leader of the team which is good.Yes.

Let's check in with Eddy this morning.Good morning, it is pretty hard to beat whales from Hervey Bay. We are going to do our best today with puppies and cupcakes. More than one.Let me introduce you, this is one.Let me introduce you, this sooky. We have got sooty. Douglas, that's a great name for a dog and lol why down here on the end. We are at the RSPCA animal care campus, in brings. This is the biggest facility of it's kind. We are going to show you around and meet some of the occupants and try and resist adopting one of these guys. I know you have a cat from the RSPCA, don't you, Mel?She is very sweet. I nearly brought home about 25.Let's look at the weather.

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We are raising wearness for the RSPCA's Cupcake Day one is one of RSPCA's Cupcake Day one is one their biggest fund raises. It's on 19 August. You can adopt dogs here, cats and only in Queensland, you will love this, you can adopt snakes and reptiles. I will stick with the puppies and the kittens, thank you, Eddy.I think so.Adopt a snake. Maybe not a snake and a cat at the same time, it may not work.

That laugh, ladies and gentlemen, sums Eddy up. That wicket laugh. It's a very wick Ed laugh.She It's a very wick Ed laugh.Laugh. She has this congratulate sense of humour, you can't lie to us, Eddy, see you in laugh an hour.

Coming up - child care crisis. Why Australia's system
is struggling to cope. But next, the investigation
into a surf lifesaving tragedy. What caused the death
of a rising star who died in training.

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is positively different to the big rental car companies. Go with the underdog and save. Surf Life Saving Queensland
is this morning remembering one
of its rising stars. 17-year-old Jerry Dennis
was training on the Gold Coast when he fell from his paddleboard
into a canal. The teen was submerged
for 45 minutes and rescue crews
were unable to resuscitate him. Despite his youth, Surf Life Saving says Jerry was an experienced member who had been with his club
for more than five years. Michelle, do we have any idea
what went wrong?

I can't do this.Sorry, Michelle. Can you hear us.Good morning, guys, police are still investigating what went wrong but we do know that Jerry was training in the canal on a paddleboard. He complained to his friends that he had chest pains prior to slipping off and he was underwater for about 45 minutes, a huge scale search was launched. The police chopper was in the air. Dozens of his mates were in the water searching for him desperately. He was pulled out at around 5 o'clock yesterday. They did perform CPR on him, CPR on him for about 0 minutes. Unfortunately it was too late. Surf Life Saving Queensland are absolutely devastated by this tragedy. This is the fourth teen tragedy. This is the fourth tragedy. This is the fourth teen
death since the mid '90s. Unlike the other three deaths, this one happened in calm waters in a canal. The other three happened in open waters in rough seas but it is absolutely rocked the community. Here is Ralph from sufficient lifesaving

A group of athletes were supervised by an experienced coach. Who did the appropriate risk assessments I believe. And the precise circumstances of his loss are unknown at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. I've spoken to the lad's mother and of course these are very tragic events. I've spoken to his surf club colleagues and mates who are also in shock.

So absolutely devastating and traumatic for everybody involved particularly his friends who were here yesterday searching for him. He was an experienced Surf Life Saving an exellent athlete and was due to compete this weekend, Guys.

Still to come - the government defends
its raid on our bank accounts. Also, the Missile fires again. James Magnussen puts
the London Olympics behind him and wins the 100 metres
at the World Championships. And the Brisbane woman
who wanted to buy iPhones but got apples instead.

Making news this morning are the veterans who are not going
to war but to walk. A retired group of Australia's
most secretive warriors is planning to trek from one side
of Queensland to the other - a distance of 1600 kilometres. We're walking into traffic,
the road trains, if the westerlies come in August
there'll be dust, The journey from Brisbane
to Birdsville begins on Saturday, and raises funds for injured
veterans and their families and is being backed
by VC recipient Ben Roberts-Smith. In a couple of weeks, Eddy will join the boys,
for the worthy cause.

YouWe really wish them well. Fantastic.Great that they Fantastic.Great that they are looking after their own.

James Magnussen
has put a tough year behind him by winning the 100m freestyle final at the world championships
in Barcelona. It was back-to-back world titles
for the Missile after the disappointment
of the London Olympics.

You know, it has been a really emotional last 12 for me, after the Olympics and there was a lot of controversy back in Australia. So, it was a really emotional swim for me tonight. You know, I think it shows that I've matured a lot over the last year and I think I can put the Olympics behind me now and look forward.

Good on him, Beretts, how Good on him, Beretts, how tough would that be, we talk about sportsmen, they get the sportsmen, they get the yips or hard to come back from that scrutiny.It has been a big year, a massive year. Not only was his result in London that really disappointed him. He came back to the whirlwind of the behaviour. Whatever Swimming Australia has done to help him, it's great. This is a new start for James, he is right back on track.A young bloke who was a boofhead who has learned from it and has move on. Was a he boofhead.He was a boofhead for a while.He had attitude problems.

A Brisbane woman has been duped, receiving fruit when she thought
she was buying Apple iPhones. The 21-year-old placed an ad
on the classified website Gumtree saying she was interested
in buying the phones. She was contacted by a woman who
said she had two apples for sale and arranged to sell them
for $1,500. The women met
in a McDonald's car park. The buyer handed over $1,500... The seller handed over
two iPhone boxes. But the buyer didn't open
the boxes until she got home. When she did,
she found two real apples inside. Police are urging people to be more
cautious when shopping online.

How could you not open the box at the time?How could you not check. And be so stupid, it's bizarre, not to open it. to open it..That's a bit silly, particularly when you meet in a McDonald's carpark. It's like a movie under the cover of night. Hopefully it wasn't midnight.That Hopefully it wasn't midnight. works out at about $ works out at about $250 a bite. Boom, boom.

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Still to come - Olivia Newton-John joins us live
with a big announcement. But first, here's Nat
with the Seven News headlines. One of the victims
of the Cleveland kidnappings, Michelle Knight, has bravely confronted
Ariel Castro in court. Castro has been sentenced
to life behind bars plus 1,000 years. Victim impact statements
from all three victims were read out. I will live on and you will die
a little everyday as you think about the 11 years
of atrocities you inflicted on us. Castro also spoke saying
he is not a monster. An investigation is under way
after a teenage lifesaver died during a training exercise
on the Gold Coast. 17-year-old Jerry Dennis fell
from his board into a canal at Mermaid Waters
yesterday afternoon. It's believed he was complaining
of chest pains before training. The group of athletes
from Northcliffe Life Saving Club were supervised by
an experience coach. there was nothing difficult
or unusual about the session. Essendon coach James Hird
has hired prominent human rights
barrister Julian Burnside QC with the ASADA report
expected any day. For more I am joined by Seven
Sport reporter Nathan Templeton. Good morning, Nathan. Is Hird bracing for the worst?

Well, Nat, he is certainly calling in the Big Guns, Julian Burnside is a very well respected QC. A a very well respected QC. A big part of it will be Hird calling for an injunction to to stop details of the investigation becoming public. That would only come into play if the Essendon players are cleared but Hird' I am handling has taken a battering, especially this week when the Bombers sacked Dean Robinson, who did an interview with Channel 7. He said that He said that basically Hird was the driving force. Hird was injected. His house had been raided by the Federal police. Hird and the football club strongly deny these allegations. Nobody is giving either ground on either side but the ASADA report could be released as early as today, more likely on Monday with the penalties to follow after that. Hird is preparing himself for when that report is released, Nat.Thank you, Nathan.

15 Melbourne students
have spent the night in hospital, after coming down with a gastro bug
onboard a Qantas flight. The group had been in Chile
and were flying back to Sydney. Sunrise reporter Gabrielle Boyle
joins me now. Good morning, Gabby.

It's not believed they caught this bug on the Qantas plane?Yeah, that's correct, it looks as if the students have picked up the gastro bug while the world youth event was happening. They were studying there as a group. 15 remain in hospital in a stable condition. They should be released, it would be expected in the next hour or day. We know it was a 14-hour flight and many of the sick passengers were moved to the rare of the plane so they could have access to the toilet. It must have been a terrible experience for this young group. Paramedics were waiting at the airport to take them to hospital. The plane has been assessed by quarantine and the other passengers onboard that she should monitor their health for the next 48 hours.It would not have been fun on that plane I would imagine. Kochie.

In finance news:

..The Dow Jones up over 120 points. A lot of manufacturing indexes were out. China's manufacturing did than expected. European manufacturing is starting to rebound and also central banks in Europe kept official interest rates at 0. interest rates at 0.5% interest rates at 0.5%.

There is a copper glut. Copper is down 13% this year.

You know how Holden is trying to You know how Holden is trying bring in a new workplace agreement and get more funding. One. Things they are planning to do is to cut the lunch break from 40 minutes to 26. That's a quick lunch break. That is what isWhy 26 as opposed to 20 or 30?Probably somebody with a clip board and a stop watch.You would love that while you are eating your sandwich.Is that a little bit short for a break.I can't do lunch in 26 minutes, I am sorry. I have a lot to get through. It takes me longer. Morning and afternoon tea where does it stand at the end other end of the day. it stand at the end other end of the DayLeave were compared with

Our Aussie cricketers have enjoyed
their best day of the Ashes series. A century from Michael Clarke put the Aussies
in a commanding position at Stumps on day one. Clarke and Steve Smith put on an
unbeaten 174 for the fourth wicket. Seven News reporter Amy Parks
joins us. Amy, a great day
for Australia at Old Trafford, but it's been overshadowed
by another DRS controversy?

That's right, Beretts, neither team were ex were exempt from that continuing controversy that continues to controversy that continues to pleag this decision. For the Aussies, it was Usman Khawaja who was called out after being caught behind. That decision was put to review and the hot spot technology showed that there was no connection between the bat and the ball. Now, the audio technology then also proved that the noise that was heard was his bat connecting with his pad. So yeah, it was then put to the third umpire who upheld the decision. It caused a little bit of fury. Shane Warne going into bat for Australia and saying that it was yards of light between that bat and that ball. Our Prime Minister taking his rage to Twitter saying worst umpiring decision he has ever seen. Let's hope we don't get any more howlers like that. We need the win.Thank you very much, Amy. It was a shocker too. Cricket Australia has written to the international cricket council to request an explanation as to what happened.

Brisbane remains hopeful Ben Hannant
will overcome a calf injury for tonight's must-win clash
with Newcastle. Jack Reed is set
to make an early return from his broken collarbone. He's a tough bugger
and he wants to be there so we'll see how he goes. In tonight's other clash, the Roosters play the Panthers
without Sonny Bill Williams.

And James Magnussen has won gold
in the 100 metres freestyle at the World Swimming Championships
in Barcelona this morning. Magnussen
put a tough 12 months behind him to claim back-to-back world titles.

Well done. Good turn around for the Missile. Let's look at the footy tips.

Let's have a look at footy tips
for the weekend. The boys and girls are both going
for the Cats tonight in the opening AFL Round 19 game. Tomorrow the boys are tipping
the Demons

And we're also split on Sunday's game
between the Bombers and Collingwood. In the NRL, the boys and girls are both going
for the Knights and the Roosters
tonight.

But we're split
on Sunday's two games. The girls are tipping the Storm and
the boys are going for the Raiders. And the boys think
the Tigers can win with the girls like the Titans.

Already We are good: Footy franks, don't argue. Back in your box. We are united. We are a time. The unity is swirling around you.The pressure is really showing.Obviously not coping very well over there.You are so ready to go on holidays. You are so competitive.Eddy, give us the weather. Part of the team.We are at the RSPCA in brings today, with the whole team, including Katrina who drew the short straw. It's all about Cupcake Day which is in a week's time. Tell us how much money are you hoping to raise this year? This year across Australia, we are hoping to raise over $ raise over $2 million.People can have their own cupcakes and make cupcakes for dogs.These are pup cakes, we have got honey wholemeal flour, water, some mayonnaise, things that dogs like, not so good for humans.If you are out there and you want to you want to $500 to the RSPCA, I will eat one of those by the end of the show. It sound really good. Mayonnaise, honey, wholemeal flour, carob and baking so difficultyWe will all kick in $ will all kick in $100 each.You are on.That only makes 4300 at my count. You and bring the tax receipt back, you can make the extra 100. Weather now, weather now.

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I am told some dogs don't even like to eat those. That was much easier. By the end of the show, I will eat one.Well done, Eddy. Good for the RSPCA. There you go.It has a dog biscuit in it. Would you eat that? Yummy, yummy.

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Facing her demon, a brave Cleveland Victoria I am bravely faces her captor. The response will shock you.

There have been emotional scenes
overnight in an American court as one of the victims of convicted
US kidnapper and rapist Ariel Castro

She told a hushed courtroom about the pact she made with the other girl. Listen now to her powerful

Nobody should ever have to go through what I went through. You took 11 years of my life away. And I have got it back. I spent 11 years in hell. Now Your hell is just beginning. I will overcome all this that happened. When you have faced hell for an ee ternt. I hell for an ee ternt. I won't let you define me or affect who I am. You will live - I will live on, you will die a little every day. You will live - I will live on, you
will die a little every day. As you think about the 11 years and the atrocities, you inflicted on us. What does God think of you hop critically going to church every Sunday. Coming home to torture us, the death penalty would be so much easier. You don't deserve that. You deserve to spend life in prison. I can forgive but I will never forget.

Before being formally sentenced,
Ariel Castro addressed the court. He blamed his actions
on an addiction to pornography. Castro criticised the FBI saying he believed investigators
let the women down. But shockingly,

he tried to put some of the blame on Amada Berry, Gina DeJesus
and Michelle Knight.

KlupThose poor young women.

Castro was jailed for life
without parole plus 1,000 years for 977 offences. The judge also imposed a fine
of $100,000.

We will have more on that throughout the morning for you but here is Kochie.

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Time to talk footy now with Beretts.

Michael Clarke has scored an unbeaten century. Day one third test, Old Trafford but, does the match review umpire see different vision to the rest of us on TV when he made this awful decision to out Usman Khawaja.I don't think he seeing anything. You would have to be blind not to see this. There is just a gaping gap between the ball and the and just a gaping gap between the ball just a gaping gap between the bat. If you look at the audio, it's completely non-conclusive. The umpire at the time, called him out and the decision review system, the third umpire called him out as well. Does the third umpire see - it's a serious question, does the third umpire see any different vision or look at different stuff to what we see on TV?He sees all of that. Every angle that we have seen.How can blind Freddy see it on TV, and he can't?This is the problem. This is quite an extraordinary step, they have written overnight to the international cricket council and said " said "We just don't get this. You need to clarify this". They don't want this to happen again. They want the third umpire to be on his game and get the right results, if not, why have a third umpire if you are coming up with decisions like this. James Sutherland is up in arms, Cricket Australia is saying sort it out. Cricket Australia is saying sort it
out.

Let's kick things off with the
Broncos and Knights clash tonight. Can Brisbane win, away from home?

The Broncos kept their season alive. They are fighting for their season. So I reckon the Broncos, backed into a corner. They made some serious changes over the past couple of weeks and they are coming out punching.OK, Sonny Bill is not punching.OK, Sonny Bill is playing for the Panthers. playing for the Panthers..The Roosters are on a roll. They are just the inform team at the meemt. You can't see them stopping them. The Rabbitohs will hold on to top stop. The Panthers will be a bump in the road.The Rabbitohs play the cowboys.They are the in-form team at the moment. The Burgess boys are firing. Life is just good for them at the moment, their fans are enjoying it. And again, just can't see anyone slowing them down. enjoying it. And again, just can't
see anyone slowing them down.. Those Burgess brothers are red hot.AFL and the Essendon cry circumstances the players may not face carbon tax over supplements program because they haven't received letters from ASADA about possible anti-doping violations, do you reckon they are in the clear? Or I would have thought to get a letter, the report would have to come out first which isn't due until next week.I think it would be a big bold statement to say all Essendon players are in the clear. I think we are a long way from that. This report will not necessarily be 100 conclusive. We will get the facts on the table and will get the facts on the table and then......You mean it won't be the end?No, we have got another month to go. That takes us right in towards finals. towards finals. So there is a lot riding on this. It will be headlines for a long time.Good news in the pool, James Magnussen, back-to-back, world of for the 100 metres.Here is a guy who's career could have gone either way. Credit to him, he has fought his way back. This is an awesome result.Good on him, thank

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New details on the death
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If you are in the studio audience and you would want to whip $ and you would want to whip $30,000, you have to clap.The Missile fires again. James Magnussen puts the London Olympics behind him and wins the championship. Clear here is Nat.

is mourning the loss
of a young member. 17-year-old Jerry Dennis died
during a training session. Sunrise correspondent Michelle
Tapper is on the Gold Coast. Good morning,
do we know what happened?

Investigations are still continuing as to the exact cause of death. What we do we do know is there were dozens of teenagers in the water here in a canal on Mermaid Waters. They were training for a Surf Life Saving competition. 17-year-old Jerry Dennis just slipped off his board. He had been telling his problems that he was having chest problems and chest pain. He was underwater for about 45 minutes. A full scale for about 45 minutes. A full search was launched. The police helicopter and police and his friends were looking for him. When he was pulled from the water, rescuers tried to resusicate him for about 20 minutes but unfortunately, they couldn't save him the community is in mourning this morning. This is a is in mourning this morning. This is a tragedy, this is the tourt teenage death as a result of the support since the mid 0s. Absolutely tragic. You just wonder how that could happen in that spot. Thank you very much, Michelle.

The man accused of the Cleveland
kidnappings has told a court he isn't a monster during his sentencing. Ariel Castro has been sentenced to life behind bars,
plus 1,000 years, for murder, rape and kidnapping. He pleaded guilty to 977 charges but blamed his actions
on a sex addiction.

One of his victims
Michelle Knight was also in court, describing her 11 years in captivity
as "hell".

Essendon coach James Hird doesn't appear to be taking any
chances in the ASADA investigation, hiring prominent human rights
barrister, Julian Burnside QC. For more I am joined by Seven
Sport reporter Nathan Templeton. Good morning, Nathan. Mr Burnside is expected to lead
Hird's response to the report when it's handed down?

Yeah, that's right, Nat. Julian Burnside, a real heavy hitter will look after Hird's affairs after ASADA releases the findings of it's ASADA releases the findings of investigation, a big part of his job, if the club is cleared, he job, if the club is cleared, he would fight for oninjunction to keep the findings of the investigation private. The AFL has said from the start, it's determined to make these findings public, to be completely transparent. Hird wants to protect his reputation, even if they are found not guilty. There are some practices in this supplements program that could be considered pretty murky. Hird would prefer them to be kept quiet. In terms of a timeframe, ASADA is expected to release that reporterly next week but after that, the AFL would still take some time beforehanding out its penalties. So unfortunately, still quite a while to go.No news might be good news for Essendon players? Yes, possibly, Nat. They are searching for any good news they can get. Essendon players haven't received what is called an infraction letter from ASADA which would usually be sent out if they are found to be under investigator if there is any evidence that they took a banned substance. It could mean that they have avoided being detected by ASADA, it also mean that they haven't got around to it. As I said, any - no news is good news at the moment, anything positive will be taken by Essendon.I am will sure, thank you very much, Nathan.

15 Melbourne students have had a very uncomfortable
flight home from Chile after contracting a gastro bug. The group spent the night
in hospital. Sunrise reporter Gabrielle Boyle
joins me now. Do we know when the students
became sick?

Nat, it looks to be the case that the group have picked up this gastro bug while on a world youth day event in Chile. 26 of them became sick. Vomiting, 14 hours in total. When they got back here to Sydney Airport, paramedics were waiting. 15 of them remain in of them remain in hospital. They are in a stable condition. They are expected to be released later on today. Quarantine have been onboard the plane, everyone else has been told to closely monitor their health for the next 48 hours, just to be on the safe side, Nat.Thank you for the update, Gabby.

Coming up, the papers have a field day with Kevin Rudd's plan
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as a thief? Our Big Guns of Politics are soon. But first, here's Kochie.

..Party time on Wall Street overnight. A record breaking tonight with the Dow Jones up 128 points. That's because manufacturing figures around the world are saying that Europe's manufacturing sector is starting to rebound a bit. China was better and the Bank of England and European Central Bank kept official interest rates at interest rates at 0.5%.

House prices
are continuing to rise with the sector looking set to become the driving force
of our economy. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec
with the details. Morning.

This has a really good ripple effect all the way through the economy. That's why it's so important.It's a big multiplier for economic growth. You look at house prices in July, they were up 1. they were up 1.6% they were up 1.6%. The annual rate holding just shy of 5% holding just shy of 5%, the best annual growth we have had in about 2 years. Low interest rates, strong population growth and across the capital cities very low vacant rates. The Housing sector will be well supported over the come being year. A couple of days ago, the Reserve Bank Governor said he is not worried about asset prices rising, it doesn't mean they won't be cut rates. We expect them to cut rates next Tuesday, if you continue to see the gain in property prices, we may see the next rate cut. Certainly the housing sector. It's starting to support the economy, given we have had the drawback in mining.We will catch you Monday.

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A brilliant unbeaten century
by captain Michael Clarke has Australia on top after day one of the third
Ashes test at Old Trafford. Clarke and Steve Smith put on an unbeaten stand
of 174 for the fourth wicket, but the day was overshadowed
by another umpiring howler. Three changes for the Aussies - Warner, Starc and Lyon in, as Michael Clarke won
his first toss of the series. Batting first
on a flat Old Trafford deck, Rogers and Watson
made the most of the conditions. Rogers was scoring at a run a ball
and brought up his 50 in no time before Watson fell cheaply again. COMMENTATOR:
Edges straight to cook. That's gone! The farcical use
of the DRS system continued, this time Khawaja the victim. Didn't look to me as if he'd hit it. Long way from the ball. I can't believe that! Rogers then lost concentration
for a split second and it cost him. That's a big appeal. What's he think? Yes! Smith almost went for a duck
but DRS saved him. The skipper calmly steering
the innings back on track bringing up his 50. Clarkey silencing rumours
of retirement, leading from the front notching up his 24th test hundred. And there it is. And century for Michael Clarke. Smith joined the party getting to 50 as the pair put an unbeaten stand
of 174 to leave the Aussies
in control at stumps and breathing life
back into our Ashes campaign.

James Magnussen
has put a year of drama behind him winning the 100 metres freestyle at the World Championships
in Barcelona this morning. Magnussen powered home
in the final stages to claim gold in what he described
as a coming-of-age victory.

I think it shows that I've
matured a lot over the last year and I think I can put the Olympics
behind me now and look forward. Australia's girls won silver
in the 4 by 200 freestyle final finishing second behind the USA. It's the battle
of the Scott twins tonight when Geelong and North Melbourne
face off at Etihad Stadium with live coverage on Seven
and 7mate. The turmoil engulfing Essendon
has been briefly put aside, with captain Jobe Watson named
to return from a broken collarbone in Sunday's MCG blockbuster
against Collingwood. Roosters superstar
Sonny Bill Williams admits he has let his team-mates down by being suspended
for a fortnight. Sonny Bill will be on the sidelines when the Tri-colours face
the Panthers tonight. I've got no doubt the boys
will hold the fort while I'm gone. Brisbane is hopeful

A couple of big matches coming up tonight in both codes. Big, big. Let's get the weather from etdy. She is having a fun time. Let's get the weather from etdy. She
is having a fun time.We are is having a fun time.We are at the RSPCA's Brisbane centre. It's the biggest centre. They have a biggest centre. They have a wildlife host. Wally was hit by a car. Bonnie has been treating him. What is wrong with Wally He was hit by a car.He had a fracture in one of the bones in his abdomen. We are just in his abdomen. We are just treating him with pain relief, giving him some cage rest. He should be fine to some cage rest. He should be fine go back out in the wild. You do release them back into the wildOur work is all about conservation, getting animals that may have been hit by cars or hit by cars or fanned being back out into the wild. What is unique about treading an echidna: treading an echidna:. You have to be tricky with your handling. They tend to get a little bit excited under and set ix.That's why we should introduce a modesty veil.What are you doing, Eddy? introduce a modesty veil.What are
you doing, Eddy? I am holding the air so he can breath. He is under anaesthetic.You have got the gas. Sam is just checking the breathing just in case I make a mistake.So far so good. Let's take a look at the weather.

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Surf Life Saving Queensland
is this morning investigating the tragic death
of one its rising stars. 17-year-old Jerry Dennis
was training on the Gold Coast when he fell from his paddle board
into a canal. The teen was submerged
for 45 minutes and rescue crews were unable
to resuscitate him. Despite his youth,
Surf Life Saving says Jerry was an experienced member who had been with his club
for more than five years. Surf Life Saving Queensland
President Ralph Devlin joins me now from the Gold Coast.

A deeply sad day for the whole Surf Life Saving community. Do you have any idea at this early stage, how this tragedy happened?Yes, good morning, Mel. The suggestions early on in this morning, Mel. The suggestions early
on in this and I can't pre-empt the police investigation but the suggestions early on in this are that there may be a medical element to it. He certainly didn't mention anything to the senior coach that was in charge of the group but there is a suggestion that some of the other members may have received a comment from him when he was out on the water. So that raises questions for the police to investigate as to whether he might have turned back because he felt unwell or whether he just dropped to the back of the pack. So, we have to now step back and let the police piece that together through interviewing our members.Like a lot of supporting members.Like a lot of organisations, you guys are all incrediblely close. Just tell us how everybody serviceman acknowledging, a little bit about Jerry?My own son was in the same co-hort with Jerry with another club. I am familiar with Jerry, going right back into Nippers. He was a very experienced and able and able sportsman, very good swimmer. That swimmer. That what makes you think he must have been unconscious as he hit the water. We will have to wait and see. He was much loved at Northcliffe lifesaving club. I spoke of the group of athletes of the group of athletes who were with him, and expressed our solidarity and support and I also spoke to mum and dad to express our condolences and of course, they are devastated. It's a great loss to us here in Queensland.Please pass on our best wishes to the family. - to Jerry's family, to the Dennis family. Thank you very

There have been emotional scenes
overnight in an American court, as one of the three women
held captive for more than a decade in Cleveland Seven News US correspondent
Angela Cox joins us. Ange, the court listened intensely as Michelle Knight
fought back tears?

Michelle Knight, physically is this tiny woman but she demonstrated such huge strength and courage. You have to remember, this is the first time she has been in a room with her captor since she escaped. You can imagine how hard it would have been for her. Listen to some of it.

You took 11 years of my life away. I have got it back. I spent 11 years in hell. Now your hell is just beginning. I will overcome all this that happened but you will face hell for eternity. From this moment on, I won't let you define me or affect who I am. You

I will live on. You will die a little every day as you think about the 11 years
of atrocities you inflicted on us.

What does God think of you going to church every Sunday? Coming home to torture us. The penalty will be -- the death penalty will be so much easier. You don't deserve that, you deserve to spend your life in prison. I can forgive you but I will never forget.The judge commended her for the strength and the restraint that she showed.

Castro also spoke
before being formally sentenced. And what he said
has angered many people.

It was petty qua disturbing. He was delusional. He was ranting. He said that they were living in harmony and he wasn't a monster. He said he was sick because of an addiction to pornography similar to an alcohol being addicted to alcohol. But what was most disturbing is he seemed to blame the girls, saying the girls wasn't just consensual but they asked for it. Listen to some of it.

He has been sentenced to life in prison, plus 1000 years. As Michelle Knight says, his hell is just beginning, Kochie.Thank you, Ange for that.

Aussies are facing another tax as the Rudd Government tries to help
improve its budget bottom line. On top of the rise
in the tobacco tax, today's mini-budget will
also include a new levy on banks
to help fund any future bailouts. Under the plan,

banks will pay a levy of 0.05%
on deposits of up to $250,000. And they warn the cost
will be passed on to customers. Let's bring in our Big Guns. Federal Treasurer Chris Bowen
is in Canberra. And Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey
is in Melbourne. Good morning. Chris, Kevin Rudd
is being portrayed this morning as a robber with 'The Courier-Mail' headline
'Kev's $733 Million Bank Heist'. It's bank customers
who will end up paying this levy rather than it coming off
the bottom line of the banks.

Are you going to stop the banks from doing thatWell, Kochie, what we are doing is building a fund over time to make sure we are protecting investors, mum and dad investors, people with bank accounts if anything goes wrong with their bank Where will that money go? Into general revenue? It general revenue? It will go into a special fund. It will be run by the future fund or another like organisation. They will put the money aside. It will be quarantined from the rest of from the rest of the budget and just put aside in case, there is every a need with a bank getting into trouble in Australia, a bank, a building society or a credit union. It hasn't happened in Australia for It hasn't happened in Australia It hasn't happened in Australia for
white awhile. The Reserve Bank have all suggested to us that this is a good idea. One of the reasons we got through the global financial crisis so well, is that we had some of the best financial regulators in the world. When they make a recommendation days like this to government, government should listen.Joe, will you keep the bank levy?We want to find out exactly whether they are going to pass it on in full to their customers. Look, you know, with all due respect to Chris, he is on his L plates as a Treasurer. This is the Labor Party. They Treasurer. This is the Labor Party. They always do this. If they are doing this just before an election, imagine what they will do after the election if they win.But Joe, you are a financial services minister. If ASIC and April a came to you and said " said "Hey, we need this" wouldn't you do it?Well, Kochie, when I was financial services minister, HIH fell over, the government had to tip in $ in $620 million. We didn't put a levy on every experience policy to pay for it. We focussed on the fact that it needed repair. The starting point is, this just flows through to everyone. It's everyone. It's like the tobacco tax. It flows through to everybody. The Labor Party is doing that because they have run out of money. The money is actually going to go in revenue. So yes, it goes into a special fund that of course Labor won't open but the fact is it is revenue. It's counted as revenue towards the budget bottom line, it's not about good public policy, why would they be making it knew Can I make two points just to re make two points just to respond. Joe is right, when HIH collapsed, the taxpayer had to pay. The banks benefit if the government guaranteeing their deposits so the banks should make a contribution over time, a very small levy to start with and build it up over time. The second point is this, if Joe thinks it will all passed on, I suppose he will be announcing today that they are dropping theirs plans to increase company tax on the banks, on the supermarkets, on all big companies in Australia because that is massively bigger than the levy we are talking about. Joe and Tony Abbott didn't cult with business about that. That will be passed on that - consult. They are going to increase company tax on All-Australian big businesses. Joe shouldn't be lecturing me about tax increases.How do you know we are going to increase company tax? Because it's your policy, unless you changed it?We have also said.How are you going to pay for the paid parental leave.We won't spend as much money as Labor. We won't waste taxpayers' money. Now that you have fired me up, we are not going to start on this waste. The waste and mismanagement of Labor is not going to be part and parcel of what we do. Are you going to increase company tax, that's your policy tax, that's your policy?You watch what we do.Interesting. Interesting, that's right. We don't waste taxpayers' money.Watch this waste taxpayers' money.Watch space. Can I get an answer on this, are the decks cleared for Kevin Rudd to call an election this weekend? You will see all this speculation, there will be fever pitch as Kevin Rudd scratched his ear, will he call an election today. The election is getting closer.Gee doesn't scratch his getting closer.Gee doesn't scratch getting closer.Gee doesn't getting closer.Gee getting closer.Gee he doesn't scratch his ear.Thepm goes to see the Governor-General. Tony and Joe have called for an election every day since 2010, the election will be called soon enough and Kevin Rudd will be calling it after he has spoken to the Governor General. spoken to the Governor General.. They spoken to the Governor General.. They areThey are all starting to sound like Kevin Rudd.I take that as a compliment.He as a compliment.He is angry about the cricket. Joe Hockey, should we be calling on the government to make an official complaint to the Brits over this?Well, um,That's a yes. Look, I Look, I always accept the umpire's decision. I have been given out on a lot of occasions when I haven't deserved it so I always walk.Are Chris, do we need a coick at leastI think at least. I think at least. think at think Chris, do we need a coick at leastI Chris, do we need a coick at least Royal Commission. I this I we should call in the British High Commissioner today.You could put a levy on all the Pommy immigrants to Australia.Great idea. If the British High Commissioner, addressing down officially.I think so.Have a great Stay with us this morning, you could be milking
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came off his board during a training session
at Mermaid Waters. It's believed he spent
around 45 minutes under the water. He was a very experienced
and very able sportsman, very good swimmer, and that's what makes you think he was unconscious at the time
he came off his board. Dennis was apparently complaining
of chest pains before he started training.

The man in the US who held three
women captive for over a decade has been sentenced
to life in jail, plus 1000 years. Ariel Castro told
the court he wasn't a monster and was suffering
a sexual addiction. During the sentencing one
of his victims, Michelle Knight, confronted her attacker.

I will live on. You will die a little every day. As you think about the 11 years of atrocities you inflicted on us.

Castro pleaded guilty to 977
charges. Prominent human rights barrister
Julian Burnside QC has been hired
by Essendon coach James Hird ahead of the ASADA report findings. The findings are expected to be
handed down within the next week. Mr Burnside will protect
Hird's interests when the results of the ASADA
investigation are revealed. He could potentially prevent the
report's contents being made public.

It was a very uncomfortable flight
home from Chile for a group of Melbourne students
struck down with a gastro bug. 26 people on board the Qantas flight
to Sydney were sick. When the plane touched down, paramedics treated
the students at the scene, before 15 were taken to hospital. It's believed the group contracted
the illness before boarding. Some of the students
have now been discharged. And forget playing the air guitar, a Thai musician has become
an internet sensation by playing the chalk-board drums. The 29-year-old music teacher
drew the drum kits on a wall, put on a backing track

and played along. (DRUMBEAT) The video has racked up more
than 200,000 hits on YouTube.

That's very clever.That is cool. Just get your drumming going.The steering wheel gets it going for me. While you are driving.At a traffic light a lot.Do you hit the horn a lot with that.Only a the big moments.

James Magnussen
has put a year of turmoil behind him winning the 100 metres freestyle at the World championships
in Barcelona this morning. Magnussen defended his crown powering home in the final stages
to claim gold and spoke from the heart
after the race.

There was a lot of controversy
back in Australia so it was a really emotional swim
for me tonight and I think it shows that I've
matured a lot over the last year and I think I can put the Olympics
behind me now and look forward. Australia's girls won silver
in the 4 by 200 freestyle final finishing second behind the USA.

They are putting some great pictures of their medals on Twitter as well.

Australia's Ashes-saving mission
is under way The Broncos remain hopeful Ben Hannant
will overcome a calf injury for tonight's crucial clash
with Newcastle. Jack Reed is set
to make an early return from his broken collarbone. He's a tough bugger and he wants to be there
so we'll see how he goes. In tonight's other clash the Roosters play the Panthers
without Sonny Bill Williams. Australia's Ashes-saving mission
is under way but a brilliant century by
Michael Clarke has been overshadowed
by another farcical DRS decision. Usman Khawaja the victim this time, prompting Cricket Australia to write
a 'please explain' to the ICC. Seven News reporter Amy Parks
joins us. Amy, our best day of the series
so far, but it was almost derailed
by a terrible umpiring decision. Talk us through what happened?

Yeah, well, Beretts, neither team today were exempt from the controversy that continues to playing this decision. Today's victim was Usman Khawaja. He was called out after being caught00, shortly before lunch. But when that decision went to review, the hot spot technology actually showed that there was no connection between the bat and the ball there was no connection between the
bat and the ball the audio technology actually showed that the sound that we may have heard could have been his bat actually connecting with his pad. The third umpire though just said the decision was right. It said he was out. You can imagine, infewer rated was probably too delicate a word to use. Even our own Prime Minister took to Twitter to say it was the worst decision he had ever seen. On a serious note, Cricket Australia have approached the ICC, we don't need any more of those, particularly when we are in with a sniff. any more of those, particularly when
we are in with a sniff.Just give us a fair chance. That's all we need. a fair chance. That's all we need.. Chris Bowen has recommended calling the British High Commissioner in for addressing down.What a good move.I think a royal commission you were saying.That's an option.Let's get a camera outside the British high commission in Canberra so we can be ready for it.

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Kochie, Hi, Eddy, you've got the weather for us.I do, I am just laughing there. The best thing about the RSPCA here in Brisbane is it's not like other animal shelters. You can see that the cats and pussies live in luxury. They have their own little Chloe yours with all the toys they would ever want. You can come here and learn their names, you can learn a little bit about them and adopt them. Not only cats but dogs and as I said before, snakes which is unique to is unique to Queensland. You can only adopt snakes here in Queensland. If you can't adopt a dog or a cat. You can become a foster parent. I know you adopted a cat. It's lucky I am not home too much. We have Darcy.Is she going well? She is very quut.How is flash. Flash is getting a I long with the dog we are minding for our friends. For the person who hates animals. I have a house full of animals.You've got the two boys as well.Yes. Thank you, Eddy.They are very, very cute. Let's take a look at the

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These are some of the beautiful kittens and the volunteers. Some of them have fostered over 300 cats. We are heading into cat breeding season. This particular centre received 300 kittens in just one week last year. So make sure you desex your cat if you don't want kittens. They are so cute.They are cute.Fabulous. All right, cute.Fabulous. All right Eddy, thank you.

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