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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. SAMANTHA ARMYTAGE:
New this morning - Essendon's injections list. Reports the Bombers
were set to receive 1,500 jabs. DAVID KOCH: Breaking overnight -
the death toll soars in Egypt. More than 500 die
in a violent crackdown as police are told to shoot to kill. Plus, the stuntman who played
James Bond at the London Olympics dies in a tragic accident. Also, the south-east states
brace for a weekend of wild weather. We're live to Melbourne
for the forecast. See how our make-up-free day inspired thousands of women
to do the same.

(SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Seven. Now live from Brekky Central,
Kochie and Sam.

(APPLAUSE) . Welcome. You've got the broken chair today. I'm got the dodgy chair. Someone might have swapped it. Not sure who. You right there? Not often I am taller than you.You are looking open-necked. Where is the tie?Friday, studio audience, I thought I'd go casual. You growth both ways?It's the type of bloke I am.On that note, we are going to have a bit of fun, we have a live studio audience. Morning, all! Not very chirpy, are you? Good morning. We are firing up a brekky for a free brekky.Did you say, " for a free brekky.Did you say, "Free and brekky."Yes.A sausage sizzle so if you are passing by, stop by and say G'day.

Also this morning, Bruce Springsteen
has announced another Aussie tour.

I only just went to see him.It was March or April?Anyway.Come on back.We're funding Bruce's retirement.

So let's get going
with a Seven News update. Here's Nat.

New details obtained
from ASADA's report into the Essendon
supplements program show just how rife
substance use was at the club. The charge sheet reveals players
were to receive 1,500 injections of the anti-obesity drug AOD 9604 and the banned peptide thymosin. It follows yesterday's
Seven News report that James Hird was offered a deal that would have saved others
from being charged but he turned it down. The AFL has set August 26
as the deadline to hear the charges
against the club. The UN Security Council will hold
an emergency meeting on Egypt today following a request
from France, Britain and Australia. It comes as Egypt's military
is accused of covering up the true extent of yesterday's violent crackdown
on protest camps in Cairo. More than 500 were killed, but many believe the real figure
is much higher. They don't want to acknowledge
the number, they don't want to acknowledge that they have killed them
with live bullets, they don't want to acknowledge that they have burned them
after killing them. The violence
has brought condemnation US President Barack Obama who has cancelled joint
military exercises with Egypt.

The Coalition
will today outline its plan to fast-track the removal of
non-genuine refugees from Australia and deny 30,000 asylum seekers
already living here the chance to ever settle
in Australia. The plan will see temporary
protection visas reintroduced, which would be given
to genuine refugees. Under the proposal, a single case worker would determine
the fate of asylum seekers and the Refugee Review Tribunal
would be scrapped. Schapelle Corby's bid for parole
has received another boost this week after it was revealed
she will not have to confess to knowingly smuggling marijuana
into Bali. Indonesia's justice minister
has confirmed to Seven News that admitting to a crime
as a condition of parole only applies to people
convicted there since 2012. The next step
is a letter from Immigration and a letter from Interpol confirming Schapelle
is not wanted elsewhere. And Bruce Springsteen has confirmed in February next year. 'The Boss' has made good
on a handshake deal he made with promoter Michael Gudinksi
to return to Australia after his hugely successful
'Wrecking Ball' tour here in March. This time he'll go one better,

bringing the E Street band
to Perth and Adelaide for the very first time. Tickets go on sale
a week from Monday. Ahead this Sunrise,
a cuddly new creature. American scientists announce
the discovery of a new mammal.

Oh!There you go.That's a photo of it?It is a cross between a cuddly bear and a cat. Lived all this time and didn't know it existed.Finance news and didn't know it existed.Finance
news ugly night on Wall Street, just awful. The Dow is currently setting down around 225 points. Look, disappointing results from cisco and Walmart, Wal-Mart is the biggest retailer and economic data is saying consumers aren't as confident anymore. Conbine that with the prospect of the Federal Reserve cutting the stimulus and investors didn't like it at all. We are just lineball, despite really good lineball, despite really good profits from Wesfarmers and a return of cash to share

with some surprising results. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec
with the details. Morning. Savanth, the gap between men's
and women's pay has increased - why?

Yes, kaulgs, Yes, Kochie, the gap shows no sign of closing and has lifted 5% in the last year. The gap now just under $ last year. The gap now just under $14,000. I think it has been dominated by the fact that male-dominated sectors like the mining sector and construction is where the growth in wages has been over the last 12 months. Now there is over the last 12 months. Now there over the last 12 months. Now the mining investment boom is pulling back, maybe the next 12 months those seckerts won't see the gap. But the mining sector, $ gap. But the mining sector, $126, the average way across Australia, $ the average way across Australia, $74,000. And down the other end, comidation, food and retail, around $54,000.I love your three day gold chart there. Going in the right direction. When you come back, can you talk about the American market overnight, what is causing the nervousness and are we heading into that September/ that September/October crash season. Should we be buying gold.Don't go there. Just because there is one 3-day chart there, doesn't mean you got to jump in. Savanth, before you go, should Sam be buy gold.Not at the moment, there is no inflation in the economy.Perfect, just let nee me know what to buy. I like spending money.Gold will do for Sam.That's terrific. Just like buying handbags for Sam. We need to sit for Sam. We need to sit down for a longer session.We'll go out to lunch.I love the fact you saw a climb in the market, that will do. Game on.Three-day climb.

Hawthorn expects Collingwood
to bring its A-Game in tonight's MCG blockbuster
to begin Round 21 of the AFL. The Hawks have rushed back
captain Luke Hodge and spearhead Lance Franklin from injury. Franklin has an intimidating record
against the Pies, kicking 50 goals in 12 games. Yeah, he usually kicks goals
against us so our defenders
will have their work cut out. The match is live on Seven and 7mate
around Australia. Round 23 of the NRL begins tonight with South Sydney
up against Manly in Gosford. Rabbitohs have won
just one of their last four but will be boosted by the
expected return of Greg Inglis and John Sutton from injury. In Brisbane, the Broncos can keep
their finals hopes alive with a win over
the bottom-placed Eels. The All Blacks have arrived
in Sydney ahead of tomorrow night's
Bledisloe Cup test against the Wallabies
at ANZ Stadium. Kiwi coach Steve Hansen is still trying to bait
his Australian counterpart Ewen McKenzie. Hansen says the selection of
Matt Toomua at fly half shows a lack of faith
in benched playmaker Quade Cooper. Australia's Zoe Buckman has finished
seventh in the 1,500m final at the World Championships
in Moscow. The 24-year-old faded
on the final lap but says she'll take plenty of
confidence out of the performance. Fellow Aussie Jared Tallent
was awarded his bronze medal for finishing third
in the 50km walk.

What a great moment too. Record was broken overnight, the Denver Broncos, in training camp at the moment, had 86 364 rr people turn up at training. at training that is how big they are. An all-time world record.What are they in the finals?Just in training, the season hasn't started. Do they have to pay an admission fee.Iment that is a good idea, a Port Adelaide idea. Maybe they will buy a bit of dous.86,000 sausages and bread...We need every dollar. I'm trying to think who you would be?It is a Friday fun one, everybody. It is the sound track to a generation, wasn't it? And sleepovers and school dances. Everybody knows I love to sing, everyone knows I'm not very good at it. We are celebrating 'Grease' the musical. It has a premier next Sunday in Brisbane but today is premiers. Feel free to sing along at home, feel free to sing along in the studio. We have even got the Three Amigos outfits.Who is going to be Sandy? Who is going to be Danny? Nick, the Greek.No, he is the T-bird, maybe Trent and Ben can flip a coin, we'll see. Let's look at your weather.

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Ben says he wants to be Frenchy. You have to be Sandy.Going to be the hairiest Sandy ever.Thankfully, if you don't like me singing we are going to meet the cast, Todd McKenney, Rob Mills, can't wait.It will be terrific. Thank you, Eddy.

Coming up - the Aussie government about to
repeal a law against witchcraft.

A long time since Salem, wasn't it?

Plus, former speaker Peter Slipper throws his hat
back in the election ring. So what are his chances
of holding his seat? And new claims Essendon players were
set to receive 1,500 injections. A live report from Melbourne
is next.

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is positively different to the big rental car companies. Go with the underdog and save. There are new claims this morning about Essendon's
supplements program. The 'Herald Sun' reports Bombers players were set
to receive 1,500 injections of AOD 9604 and Thymosin.

Let's get more now
from AFL reporter Tom Browne. Tom, where has the figure come from?

Good morning, David. According to the reports this morning the figure came from the AFL charge sheet which sets out further particulars about these charges at the AFL level against Essendon and indeed, the players. There is a suggestion players. There is a Essendon planned up to 1500 doses of Thymosin beta 4 and AOD 9604 and 16,000 doses of colostrum and more of tribials. Without getting technical it is a coy's DNA but it points to the size and scale of the program and as part of the AFL' case against Essendon as to why they brought the case into disrepute. We will hear more from Essendon legend Tim Watson on this. But as I said, it points to the size and scale of this scientific aggressive program. Sure do. More claims, Seven News reported last night, James Hird apparently turned down an offer that would have saved the others from being charged by the AFL. Tell us about that?This is an interesting story. We reported this exclusively on Seven News in Melbourne last night. Apparently when there were negotiations taking place, if James Hird were to plead guilty he could have saved Bruce Reid and Danny Corcoran and Bomber Thompson from being charged. But in his defence, Hirdy says he has done nothing wrong. But James Hird is adamant he is innocent and the four of them have vowed to stick together. They said they don't want to be associated with what is described as the blackest day in Australian sporting history and they are going to fight it all the way. It is looking less and less likely the commission hearing will go ahead on 26 August. It is very likely this could all be determined in court. Team keep us -- keep us up to date.

Coming up - we ask the money men
from both sides of politics to show us their costings. Plus, a cuddly new creature - American scientists announce
the discovery of a new mammal. And see how our make-up-free day inspired thousands of women
to do the same. This is Sunrise on Seven.

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If you were watching the show
yesterday,

I'm sure you all were.

You would've seen us
looking a little different. We decided to go live
without make-up. And the response to our little
experiment has been incredible. We've had thousands of emails
and tweets from you at home. Most of you thought
it was a fantastic idea. Chris from New South Wales says, Hannah from South Australia says, And we'll look at more of
your responses later in the show.

Should we do it permanently.No. Let's fought get too carried away. Why?Do you like my green clip? I thought it was a feature of the morning.That is what Nat does every morning. Normally, she is in Lu-Lu Lemon gym stuff.On my way to the bar.Everything was positive.People saying it is a great thing to do. We'll tell you later but there are charities we are going to get involved with who are promoting this and positive body image for women. Win/ and positive body image for women. Win/win.We love the 'NT News' in Darwin.

The paper reports witches in the
Top End are being saved by an elf. Territory Attorney-General
John Elferink has decided to do away with
the British law from 1735. The law makes witchcraft
and tarot card reading a crime and punishable
by up to a year in jail.

He's saying we are going to do away with it.So now, Mitchell Coombs can go there. I love tarot cards. You done it.No.Have you ever had a reading?Yes, I've been to a psychic, a couple of times. Open minded about that.Me too.

At a time when some animals
are disappearing, zoologists in the US have introduced the world
to a new species of mammal. They've described the olinguito

Thanks for the pronunciation, Nat.

as looking like a cross between
a teddy bear and a house cat. It's the smallest member
of the raccoon family with colourful, thick, woolly fur

I think there's one in my room.

The age of discovery is not over. We didn't find all of these animals
centuries ago. 2013 we have this spectacular,
beautiful animal and there's going to be
a lot more to come. The mammal has been studied
in the wild for 10 years but it's only now that scientists have officially announced
its status as a new species.

So, is it a new species or a cross between a ferret and a cat? You know...I think they are saying it is a new species.A member of the raccoon family.Yes, they are describing it like that.Looks a lot like a possum.And don't we love possums.Isn't it incredible we can still discover new things.Isn't it? After all these years.

The latest from the Seven newsroom
is next. Plus, how you can win $200,000. Then, YouTube stars - the world's biggest
online celebrities share the secrets to their success. And Eddy goes back to the '70s
at the 'Grease' musical in Brisbane.

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But first, here's Nat
with a Seven News update. New details obtained
from ASADA's report into the Essendon
supplements scandal show just how rife
substance use was at the club. The charge sheet reveals players
were to recieve 1,500 injections of the anti-obesity drug AOD 9604 and the banned peptide thymosin. It follows yesterday's
Seven News report that James Hird was offered a deal that would have saved others
from being charged but he turned it down. Controversial MP Peter Slipper
will recontest his seat of Fisher as an Independent
in the upcoming election. The former speaker admits
taking on the major parties will be his biggest challenge yet. A David-and-Goliath campaign. We're up against the major parties,
we'll do the best we can. He made the announcement
alongside his wife who publicly defended him
for the first time. He's made some mistakes, yes, but he's actually a really nice,
decent, kind-hearted guy. Mr Slipper is up against Liberal
National Party candidate Mal Brough. Seven News political reporter
Patrick Condren joins us from Canberra. Patrick, what are his chances
of winning?

Good morning, Nat. No money, no slogan, no party, no hope. Back to you. Just kidding...LAUGHTERWhen it comes to politics, you know, name recognition is everything. Peter Beattie, the former premier of Queensland certainly has it in the seat of Forde, up fortunately for Mr Slipper, his nickname is slippery Pete. That is not good in anyone's language, he is up against Mal Brough, as you mentioned earlier. When the LNP was first formed he railed against it and called it an abomination but I think Mal Brough will be the new MP for Slipper come September 7.Thank you.

The UN Security Council will
hold emergency talks on Egypt today following a request
from France, Britain and Australia. Egypt's army has been accused
of covering up the real extent of yesterday's violent crackdown. CNN's Arwa Damon joins us now
from Cairo. Arwa, what is the situation there
this morning?

Well, comparatively speaking to that horrific violence we saw yesterday, fairly quiet. There is a curfew in effect and we are in day two of a month-long stage of emergency, that the military government has forced. The death tall from yesterday in Cairo is at least 525 people killed. In addition to that, 43 police officers today saw the relatives of the dead, really heartbreaking scenes beginning to mourn their losses as the country is trying to cope with the ripple effect of what is happening. The Muslim Brotherhood, Morsi's supporters still taking to the streets. We are still seeing a significant increase in attacks against police stations, government buildings. Even in Cairo itself, and probably more disturbing, the Christian community, a minority target, at least 30 churches across the country were looted and then burned. There are also greater calls for even more marches happening tomorrow. It is Friday. It is a holy day here. It is a very disturbing time for many because they are anticipating even more violence to come, Nat. Klyes, we are hearing allegations the government is not issuing death certificates so there won't be the trail of exactly how many people have been killed. Thank you very much, Arwa Damon reporting from Cairo.

A Sydney man is recovering
in hospital after being found injured
in his home Sunrise reporter Adene Cassidy
joins me now. Good morning, Adene.
What can you tell us?

What we do know he was taken to hospital just before midnight last night. Police aren't saying too much. We do know it is a suspected home invasion. His injuries are so serious he is not able to tell police anything just yet. It is believed the attack happened around 11. Police were called just after that. He is now recovering at Westmead Hospital. Police have closed off the street here at Collide Street in Guildford and they are appealing for anyone with any information to come contact Crime Stoppers. -- Clyde Street.

Men in Western Australia now have
the nation's highest pay packets. Latest figures from the
Bureau of Statistics show mining workers earn
almost twice as much as workers in manufacturing, health
and welfare. West Australian workers
are the highest paid on average, their wages increasing
a whopping 87% in the past decade. The gender pay gap has widened too. Overall,
men's pay has increased 55%. Women's pay has only gone up by 53%.

A crappy night on Wall Street. That's theficial term for it. A crappy night on Wall Street.
That's theficial term for it. The Dow was down 226 points. Bad manufacturing figures, manufacturing Figures Cisco laying off 5 per cent of the work force, Wal-Mart missing the target, all combined to send us south. To our region and we lost 4 or 5 points on our major indices but it won't be terribly good today, I shouldn't think.

Time for sport.

Kochie, massive, massive night on Friday night football coming up.

Hawthorn will field
a near full-strength line-up in tonight's AFL showdown
with Collingwood to kick off Round 21. Luke Hodge and Lance Franklin are
both back from injury for the Hawks. Buddy has an imposing record
against the Magpies but says team-mate Jarryd Roughead is just as big a threat
in front of goal. We're just looking
for an even spread of goal kickers, hopefully the big rough
can kick a few and break away
with that Coleman Medal. Collingwood is out to continue its
late charge towards a top four spot. The match is live
on Seven and 7mate. They've been under an injury cloud
all week but Greg Inglis and John Sutton are both expected to line up
for South Sydney in tonight's big NRL clash
against Manly in Gosford. In tonight's other match
to kick off Round 23, the Broncos will be out continue
their push for a top eight spot with a win over the struggling Eels
in Brisbane. Phil Hughes is fighting to regain
his place in the Australian team in next week's fifth and final
Ashes test at The Oval. Hughes was dropped for the
third time in his short career after failing in the third test. The left-hander can state his case
for a recall in this weekend's tour match against
the England Lions in Northampton. The world's best surfers
are in action at the famous Teahupo'o break
at the Billabong Pro Tahiti. Reigning world champion
Joel Parkinson is off to an impressive start, winning his Round 1 heat. Parko's looking to make up ground
on good mate Mick Fanning who leads the world title race.

Let's have a look
at this weekend's footy tips. In Round 21 of the AFL,

We're split on two games tomorrow. Round 23 of the NRL tonight

What about the Blidislo? Shall we just make it interesting?You're in love with Richie McCaw.Can I be done for treason with that?No, you bet with your head, not bet with your head, not your heart. You don't actually live in the Northern Territory. You're not going to be burned at the stake.I am not a witch. I reckon we go naod, sorry to say that. -- I reckon we go need. No we are going the Wallabies.The sports guy goes, " sports guy goes, "Is Oh... We'll go the Wallaby."I have been working out with them in the gym.That's encouraging... Let's go to Eddy with 'Grease'.Sam is always 'Grease'.Sam is always going on about being on the Jenomi, well we are today. Billy is in charge of making all the costumes. How many did you make?Roughly 350. Shoo you worked on 'Jersey Boys' and 'Wicked' do you have a favourite? This is one of my favourites, because I have done it five times.Every time it has to look different?Differently, depending whether it is an arena or a stage production but it is always different.Have you got a medium, large and extra large for our crew? I reckon we can fit these boys.You better believe it. Let's look at your weather.

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No prizes for guessing who this particular costume belongs to. This is?Todd McKenney's.And his boots. You have got 500 more sequins to attach?Yes.Wow! Does the costume suit the personality or the other way?Normally the personality suits the costume.We are going to meet Todd later on as well. It is going to be a fun morning.Something you haven't expected. We have got a very, very special performance from our Sam, who can recite the car park, the entire scene, word for word. That will be coming up later in the show.Fantastic!My party trick. I role play.You play all the roles?I play all the roles. Mpts. You can just take it away. Excellent, thank you, Eddy.

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Plus, new details on the scope
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as they crisscross the country. See what it's like
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Our political leaders
are in for another busy day on the campaign trail. Tony Abbott is in Melbourne
and Kevin Rudd in Perth. Seven News politicial reporter
Alex Hart takes us behind the scenes as the PM crossed Australia
from Queensland to WA. 4am in Brisbane.

Morning...

The bleary-eyed Rudd camp continues its magical mystery tour
around Australia. Next stop - Darwin. We've already been warned today will be the busiest day
of the campaign - from Brisbane to Darwin to Kununurra in outback WA
then on to Perth. The best option, as you can see,
is to sleep when you can. Not exactly well rested,

but ready to go
when we hit the ground. The Prime Minister is dropping in to see the troops
at the Robertson Army Barracks.

You all tankys?Yes.Are you?

His advisers
distribute media releases, we fire the questions, then rush to file our stories. There's just half an hour
before we're back on the bus, then up in the air. A special guest is also on board and kindly stops for
an impromptu chat with yours truly.

I'd say hash tag Alex, have a heart.

He's heading to Kununurra to spruik his northern Australia
development plan. Camera crews capturing his tour
of the spectacular Ord River Dam. They can't send their vision
from such a remote location, so they scramble back
to civilisation.

Yes, that's good, we made it.

Time is slipping away, as the vision
is fed from the airport.

Kevin Rudd has travelled half way across the country. A round after a job well done.

Then we're back pretty much
where we started - on a plane again. The main difference is
with the work out of the way you can have a beer.

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Just as gruelling with the footy chat now with Beretts of course.

The most anticipated game
in Round 23 of the NRL is the Rabbitohs versus Manly.

It is going to be an absolute cracker. Of course, this one, Greg Inglis is coming back for. Really, the role Manly are on, they won the last five, you would give them the edge accept for the GI factor, the fact the Rabbitohs have got him back, it changes it. They have got to get this dun and Manly likewise. Hard to pick, the two Hard to pick, the two teams are at their peak.Missing a Burgess?Yes, Because of the squirrel?Yes, during the week we saw that. Hard to tip but you could go either way. And the experts have gone either way.And the Eels up against the broncos, they are constantly disappointing. It is tough to be their fan, year after year it is a hard slog. It is not going to be better. They are bottom of the ladder and don't show bottom of the ladder and don't not going to be better. They are signs of getting off the bottom of the ladder. They come up against the Braurpg Broncos who have the sniff of getting into the finals. They have of getting into the finals. They have got everything to play for. The Broncos are at home at Suncorp, I can't see the Eels getting it.AFL, a massive game, Hawks and Collingwood?A true blockbuster. A Friday night game on 7 and 7mate around the country. Hawthorn, Lance Franklin coming back. We know the record, he has kicked something like 50 goals en12 matches. He is the real X factor. Collingwood have been through the lows but are bouncing back week by week. They do what the Pies do so well at this time of the year, they come into contention for the finals. I think it is a massive ask. I think the Hawks want to get the job done against Collingwood. Now we are looking at the finals, an important one.And important for the Swannies on Sunday, thaiv they've Swannies on Sunday, thaiv important one.And important for the Swannies on Sunday, thaiv they've -- they've got to bounce back against Collingwood.Yes, they have got to get it done. St Kilda, a twilight game, the late-afternoon game on Sunday. But they are right the on the top of the ladder, to consolidate the place, lock it in because it is time to step it up. John Longmire and the Swans know that. They will give St Kilda a tough time on Sunday.First leg of the Bledisloe at Olympics Stadium? Ewen McKenzie's first big hitout for Australia. The Wallabies, they know they have got to get better but coming up against the All Blacks in the big picture of world sport, you got to take your hat off, they are good at what they do.The scrum, the tight five, you need that for the platform, Quade Cooper coming off the bench is an interesting move. Being used as an impact playerThe fire cracker to break things up and be another option. I like it, Ewen knows inform of Quade Cooper. He is good, he just needs a bit of looking after and Ewen is the man who can do it. I think the future of Quade Cooper from here on in, we know he is a talented athlete, see what he can do from Saturday night. Thank you.

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Let's go to our Showbiz editor
Nelson Aspen. Hi, Nelson. James Bond's Olympic stuntman
has died - what happened?

Terrible story. We remember so vividly the amazing opening sequence to the Olympics with James Bond, 00seven and the Queen parachuting into the stadium, well 42-year-old Mark Sutton did perish. He was doing a stunt with 20 guys, jumping out of a helicopter in a special wing suit, in the Swiss Alps and unfortunately, he crashed into a mountain. Sad news. He was a at his craft and a tragic accident.Too right.

And there's been a development
in Simon Cowell's baby drama.

Drama is what it is. He had said he was going to stay away from the situation until things calmed down, the situation he is expecting a baby with his ex friend, now can say, ex wife. They have amicably reached a divorce settlement here in New York, the mother of his soon-to-be baby, isn't that fascinating how amicable all these splits can be when there is all those dollars involved.Do you believe it? I think they just say it?'Amicable'When your best friend impregnates your wife.You wouldn't be amicable. I think of another word that is hard to say.Is he a rotter?I think he is a rotter. I where with you.Do you agree.I I certainly do, which is why I'm alone, but not lonely.OK, see you after.

New this morning -
Essendon's injections list. Reports the Bombers
were set to receive 1,500 jabs. Breaking overnight -
the death toll soars in Egypt. More than 500 die
in a violent crackdown as police are told to shoot to kill.

Plus, the stuntman who played
James Bond at the London Olympics dies in a tragic accident. Also, the south-east states
brace for a weekend of wild weather. We're live to Melbourne
for the forecast. See how our make-up-free day inspired thousands of women
to do the same. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia,
this is Sunrise on Seven. Now live from Brekky Central,
Kochie and Sam.

Good morning, welcome back. I was wondering where Beretts was. Of course.Grab those too, mate. The best sausages ever.We are having a bit of fun this Friday. We have a live studio audience, they are chirpy. We have a barbecue, for a free brekky outside in the plaza. Sausages! Get them now! Hot sausages.It doesn't get better than white bread and sausages.The smell of it. Sam will be doing a one-woman show later in the program too. She is doing the entire scene from 'Grease', the car park scene from 'Grease' by herself. That will be a treat later on.Look at the audience, they are beside themselves.It was unscheduled. The producers are a bit concerned.It only takes 30 seconds.

Here's Nat.

The extent of the
Essendon supplements program has been revealed in new details obtained
from ASADA's report into the club. It reveals players
were to receive 1,500 injections of the anti-obesity drug AOD 9604 and the banned peptide thymosin. This is the first time I've known
there to be a number placed up, This is the first time I've known
there to be a number placed upon exactly how many there may have been
over that period. It was over the preseason
period of time, I guess. It sounds excessive, I mean, any number of injections
sounds excessive. The death toll from the violent
crackdown on protesters in Egypt continues to rise with authorities confirming
more than 600 people have died. The government has now authorised
the use of live ammunition against any demonstrators
who attack security forces.

Chanting.Supporters of ousted President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood defy the emergency law that was declared yesterday by going back out into the street Thursday. Earlier today, the scene of one of the demonstrations turned violent when support rtz of the Government attacked a government municipality building. They forced the workers to flee for their safety. Police dispersed the crowd using tear gas but later in but later in the day the government warned protesters saying they would use live ammunition if they had to protect buildings and churches. More than 20 churches have allegedly come under attack at the hands of the supporters of the President and the Muslim Brotherhood. But a curfew has gone into effect for a second straight day but it hasn't detered the Muslim Brotherhood and their supporters who say the crack down yesterday by the government is nothing short of a bloody massacre.

Tony Abbott is set to reveal details of the coalition's
asylum seeker policy today. Seven News political reporter
Patrick Condren joins us now from Canberra. Patrick, what are the key pionts?

Yes, good morning again. Under the policy expected to be announced to the, bridging visas could be cancelled. 25,000 people already in Australia could be returned to immigration detention. He is also talking about three hef year temporary protection visas for asylum seekers whose claims are successful. Now, the TPVs would allow people to work but prohibit family reunion rights. The immigration spokesman Scott Morrison said it is about getting a yes or no more promptly. There are more details to be announced today. Alex's background piece on the election trail was enormously distressing. Can I say it is not all beer and skittles here in Canberra, actually, it is all beer and skittles.I think you have got the good deal compared to Pat.

Schapelle Corby's bid for parole
has received another boost this week after it was revealed
she will not have to confess to knowingly smuggling marijuana
into Bali. Seven's Grant Taylor
is covering the story from Bali. Good morning, Grant. It seems there's not much more
stopping Indonesian authorities from releasing Schapelle?

That's right. From what we learned here yesterday, only a few relatively minor adminstrative moves that Schapelle needs to jump through before the Indonesian government can sign off on her parole. We learned yesterday, Schapelle will not be required to plead guilty to actually... The smogling marijuana, as you know, she has always pleaded her innocence in relation to that importation of just over 4 kilos of marijuana almost a decade ago. A couple of things still left to do apparently letters required from the immigration minister here in Indonesia to clear her release out into the community in Bali. She also needs clearances from Interpol, the government needs clearances from Interpol, the government wants to know there is no other outstanding issues in relation to Schapelle. We are hearing any to Schapelle. We are hearing chance of her getting out this Saturday, independence day is very, very slim. Definitely not we are hearing from authorities, but in the next couple of months.Thank you, next couple of months.Thank apologies if the sound problems in that story from Bali.

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It is a fantastic story. We are going to make someone else very happy today. First here is Kochie. Thanks, Nat. Not very happy on Wall Street overnight. Thanks, Nat. Not very happy on Wall
Street overnight. Bad manufacturing figures, Cisc co laying off 5% of the work force. It is getting to the the work force. It is getting to the September/October market crash time. We will check with Savanth for his views in a minute. We are basically lineball but the weak lead from Wall Street will send us down today.

Savanth Sebastian
is at CommSec this morning.

I always get nervous this time of year, Savanth. All the big crashes trudizzily happen -- traditionly happen September October isGood news is taken as bad news in terms of economic data. Job claims numbers were the lowest in years in the US and the markets are worried the US Federal Reserve will pull back the stimulus money next month. But the results were disappointing. You mentioned Cisc co cutting 5% of jobs and Wal-Mart, disappointing quarterly sales results a day after Macy's came out and said US consumers are not spending on discretionaryiteps. It is ex dividend time here for Telstra and Commonwealth Bank. So modest corrections, so perhaps a correction around the corner.Time for sport and Beretts has a snag or two.I found a sausage sizzle from Woolworths this morning, great way to start Friday. If you are coming by, swing by, this is Rob, the king of beef, best job in the world at Woolworths.

Hawthorn expects Collingwood
to bring its A-game in tonight's MCG blockbuster
to begin Round 21 of the AFL. The Hawks have rushed back
captain Luke Hodge and spearhead Lance Franklin from injury. Franklin has an intimidating record
against the Pies, kicking 50 goals in 12 games. Yeah, he usually kicks goals
against us so our defenders will have
their work cut out. The match is live on Seven and 7mate
around Australia. Round 23 of the NRL begins tonight with South Sydney up against Manly
in Gosford. Rabbitohs have won
just one of their last four but will be boosted
by the expected return of Greg Inglis and John Sutton
from injury. In Brisbane, the Broncos can keep
their finals hopes alive with a win over
the bottom-placed Eels. The All Blacks have arrived
in Sydney ahead of tomorrow night's
Bledisloe Cup test against the Wallabies
at ANZ Stadium. Kiwi coach Steve Hansen is still trying to bait
his Australian counterpart Ewen McKenzie. Hansen says the selection of
Matt Toomua at fly half shows a lack of faith
in benched playmaker Quade Cooper. Australia's Zoe Buckman has finished
seventh in the 1,500m final at the World Championships
in Moscow. The 24-year-old faded
on the final lap but says she'll take plenty of
confidence out of the performance. Fellow Aussie Jared Tallent
was awarded his bronze medal for finishing third
in the 50km walk.

Tathey are in action tonight but how about this release from about this release about this release from the Collingwood Football Club, they have 80 thousand members they just signed up. Puts them in league with sporting clubs anywhere in the world. I guess they have plenty of encouragement for the clash against Hawthorn, which you'll see on Seven. Givep Bob a pat on the back.He is a champion.You look at how he's got those snags lined up. That is almost perfection.Look, they are so consistent in the way he has cooked them. He has cooked 100, not a drop of grease on the grill.Can we get snag-cooking tips later?I'll keep testing them.Just third of a turn. Mine are black on one side and raw on the other. Anyone want to come to my house for a barbecue? Eddy is in Brisbane today for the opening night of 'Grease', this looks so fab?It is going to be fantastic. 'Grease' premiers here in Brisbane next week and then moves around the country to Melbourne and Sydney, Michelle, you know, Wayney. Tell us, Michelle what is involved with this? How many wigs?A few wigs but the show is the boys hair dos, iconic kind of look. Wayney here, the hair is all human hair, so it looks quite real. Look at that. Does that remind you of your father back in the '50. It actually your father back in the '50. It
actually suits you, Wayney.Indeed. We will reveal more wigs after the weather.

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Ben very early bagged the role of Frenchy. Michelle will put his wig on, is he the hairiest Frenchy you have madeup?Yes, the tallest.Nick, it the Greek who was pleased we are going to grease today until we explained what was involved, is Risso, which leaves one of the The Three Amigos, which leaves one Trent Miller, sandy, which gives us a full cast of Danny, Frenchy, Risso and Sandy, that you can feel free to join in, Sam, because I know you a fan.Only the car park scene. I will bring it to you later.

A one-woman show, no-one else involved. You can come in Beretts. Can we get security out there.Free sausage sizzle, awesome.The audience would like to share in it. Really?

Now to those new claims about
Essendon's supplements program. The 'Herald Sun' reports Bombers players were set to receive
1,500 injections of AOD 9604 and Thymosin.

Let's get more now
from AFL reporter Tom Browne. Tom, where has the figure come from?

Good morning, again, Sam, well the figures have come from the AFL's charge sheet which sets out further and better particulars of the AFL's charges against Essendon and the indeed, the four officials involved. As we just heard, there is a suggestion of 1500 injections of AOD 9604 and Thymosin beta 4 were banned and 1500 doses of claum claum were and 1500 doses of claum claum -- 1500 doses of colostrum and trip trip. They do -- - and tribulus. They do point to the the size of the program. Tim Watson, always staunchly defended the club but interestingly he said, he hopes one day the club will explain what the program was and what the players were given. Let's listen to the club legend, Tim Watson.

This is the first time I've known
there to be a number placed upon exactly how many there may have been
over that period. It was over the preseason
period of time, I guess. It sounds excessive, I mean, any number of injections
sounds excessive. I mean, any number of injections
is excessive to me but I guess there's some dispute
internally too as to how many injections
may have been administered

by as part of this program.

There are also some suggestions this morning that James Hird could have, I guess, cleared Danny Corcoran Bomber Thompson and Bruce Reid of the charges had he pleaded guilty in the negotiations. In Hird's defence, he maintains his innocence and he is defiant in light of the fact that Essendon and Hird can't guarantee what the players were given. But Hird is adamant he is innocent and wants to clear his name. It could indeed be headed for courts, perhaps as soon as early next week. There is every likelihood the commission hearing on 26 August won't go ahead, in light of the defiance of Essendon and the officials involved.Thank you, keep us posted.

Controversial former speaker
Peter Slipper has decided to recontest
his Queensland seat as an Independent
at the federal election. Mr Slipper says the past 18 months have been
extremely difficult for his family and admits he has
a David-and-Goliath fight on his hands.

We're up against the major parties,
we'll do the best we can and we're hoping for a good result
on September 7. Peter's wife, Inge Slipper, took the opportunity to defend
her husband and their marriage. Yes, I am supporting him, he has made some mistakes
but he is a really good guy. Mr Slipper is up against Liberal
National Party candidate Mal Brough. Let's cross now
to Treasurer Chris Bowen in Sydney and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey
in Melbourne. Good morning, gentlemen. Chris, why would Peter Slipper think he has any hope
of retaining his seat?

Well, that's a matter for Peter, Kochie. He is entitled to run and put his case forward. Nobody should take any seat for granted. We have got a good candidate, bill Gussani in the seat. Everyone is entitled to run. There is a lot of commentary about Peter's wife, well, wives and spouses in politics put up with a lot and every once in a while they want to speak out. At the end of the day, we are humans in politics and seeing human display is not a bad thing.She may have put up with more than most.Fair call.Joe, do you think it was an interesting decision by Inga to speak out about her husband? Was it a good strategic move?Well, that is up to her. Look, Peter slipper, left the LNP, he did a deal with a deal with Julia Gillard to become the speaker. Kevin Rudd negotiated with him to try and hold on to power. We don't want to have anything to do with him. He is entitled to run and the people make their call.OK. Guys, let's move on to the 'C' word dogging both parties, that is costings. Tony Abbott was questioned about this again last night, have a look:

People will be under no doubt
when they go to the polls exactly how much
we're going to spend, exactly how much
we're going to save and exactly how the budget bottom
line will be better off overall. Joe, the buck stops with you. Why not reveal your costings now?

Because we haven't announced all of our our policies now. Soy I think it is pretty -- so I think it is pretty logical you don't announce the costings for policies that you haven't announced. Over the next three weeks we will roll out of agenda, as is appropriate from both parties in elections and reveal the costings then. In the interim we will announce also savings and how we are going to do it and how we are going to undergo a thorough process. OK, under that logic, you could release a policy on the last day of the campaign and do the costings the night before? Is that the plan? How much time you going to give us to actually analyse it all?Kochie, there is no-one better than you when it comes to finance, and I know you can do it within minutes.Flattery will get you everywhere.I think it will in this case.Chris, the Budget is massively in deficit, why do you keep making it worse and criticising the other side for what you say they will do in making cults.What is really going on here is the Liberal Party have been at sixes and sevens on this and they know what they are going to cut and their costing. They said they put 200 policies into process, what is it all about? process, what is it all about? If they told us early enough what they are going to cut, they are afraid people won't vote for them. Because they will have to cut schools and health services to fill the Budget black hole. Last time Joe did a DIJ costing and outsourced it to an accountancy firm and then got fined for professional misconduct and the finance department found 9 out of 10 cents in the dollar were wrong. It is cents in the dollar were wrong. Called the charter of budge honesty, Peter Costello introduced it, why is it so hard for Joe?Do I get a word in? The bottom line is this, every budge that Labor has put out has been wrong. On one hand Chris said we haven't put out savings, but we put out the clean energy fund, we won't fwh crease the refugee intake, we said we won't spend $ we said we won't spend $180,000 on a study for orgnomic chairs for one department so we are going to department so we are going to stop the waste and leave the budget line well...All those aren't enough, you know you have know it, Joe.You guarantee you won't cut health or education?I am not going to give any on-the-run guarantees but I said in education, we are going to match the government on education spending over the next four years.So you are not going to cut that So that's a guarantee?The government, can I say, the government cut $ say, the government cut $1. say, the government cut $1.2 billion in education and school funding between the economic document Chris released a few days ago and the one released by Treasury this week.You know that is not true, Joe. You know it is not true.You cut the funding. We have been negotiating with the states for months, Joe, you know. You cut the funding.The states are the plenty of opportunities to sign up for the funding, Joe, you know that.I...Thank you. I just want to ask, Joe, you spoke to Seven's 'Sunday Night' but your battle with weight and lapband surgery, looking forward to seeing that. How much weight have you lost so far?Well, I've lost a bit. I don't think it was the purpose of the whole interview. It wasn't about weight loss, I think it was more than that but yes, look it has followed, they followed me around for a few months, I'm going to go for a walk when it is on, because I don't think I can watch it but I am sure others will. We will watch it.And the Labor party I expect.It looks interesting.And playing touch footy with Fitsy, a sight for sore eyes.I hope you are good.Yes, and you would look good in a bandanna too.

People living in the southern states are being warned to prepare for
more wild weather over the weekend. Victoria and South Australia can
expect severe winds and heavy rain as a cold front
moves across the Bight. And more rain is forecast
for Tasmania, which is bad news for flooded areas
around the Lower Meander River. Seven Network meteorologist
David Brown joins me now from Melbourne. Good morning. How bad will it get
in South Australia and Victoria?

We had a windy week across southern parts of the state, so far, the windiest period in six to seven years but as you years but as you mentioned, there is a big front on the way. Let's look at the weather maps a big front on the way. Let's look
at the weather maps because I do like my maps. There is a the low on the great Australian Bite bringing strong winds to South Australia and Victoria this afternoon and north-west Tasmania. But you will notice the strongest northerly winds sweeping into the Tasman Sea tonight. A lot of rain falling across Tasmania which will only add to a number of rivers running at minor flood level, I suspect many will reach moderate levels. Another front tomorrow, with more rain pushing in from the depths of the Southern Ocean. Temperatures are set to plummet on Sunday, Kochie as the cold south westerlies move in, they are strong, reaching gale force right across Tasmania. Good news for skiers, Kochie but the SES will be right across Tasmania. Good news for
skiers, Kochie but the SES will be

flat out today and right across the weekend.Thank you for the update, good to see you.Thank you, Kochmister.

We received a huge response from our
makeup-free experiment yesterday. It was
an Australian television first. We decided to bare all
for our last hour, live - no concealer, no foundation,
100% natural. We wanted to show that there's a lot of pressure on people,
especially women, to look a certain way. And in television,
things are no different. We've received thousands
of emails and tweets on the subject, which we'll look at
later on the show.

The reaction was just wonderful.It was an amazing reaction around the country.Were you guys scared?A little bit. When I agreed to it I thought, " thought, "Whatever." But when it is happening, it is daunting.We obviously go make-up free in our lives, just not the lights on national TV.The lights are really harsh on skin and everything. It is the reason.A girlfriend of mine rang me yesterday and said there was a great quote from Cindy Crawford, and said, " and said, "Even I don't wake up in the morning looking like Cindy Crawford."Very true.More on that in the program.

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I think for the next fortnight we will be doing this.Plan ahead. Thanks, Woolworths!Is it third of a twist.Yes, Bob was telling me, the boss of beef, just a gentle third of a turn.Yes, keep rolling them around the plate.So if you put the sausage on, walk away, have a glass of wine, do the salad, it will be black?Never walk away, that's your problem.No.You got to problem.No.You got to stand there the whole time the whole time.You can put your glass by the side of the barbecue, Sam.Who is going to make the salad. Don't put a sausage on a wok burner. No, the wine.

Coming up, the world's biggest
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to extraordinary. But first,
here's Nat with a Seven News update. Emergency talks will be held by the
UN Security Council today on Egypt. It follows yesterday's
security crackdown in Cairo, which turned into a bloodbath. The US has condemned the violence with President Obama cancelling

planned military exercises
with Egypt. But while we want to sustain
our relationship with Egypt, our traditional cooperation
cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed
in the streets and rights are being rolled back. Officials say more than 500 people
died in the clashes. But there are fears the military may be concealing
a much higher death toll. Essendon legend Tim Watson says there has been internal disputes
at the club over how many injections
players were given. It comes as details
of ASADA's report into Essendon revealed players were to receive
1,500 injections of the anti-obesity drug AOD 9604 and the banned peptide thymosin.

The part about this
that is quite murky is exactly what happened
to the supplementation program they put in place and whether or not
that was hijacked in some way. Coach James Hird and three others
have been charged over the scandal. A Brisbane mother, jailed for eight years over the
starvation of her twin toddlers, could walk free within months. The 35-year-old was convicted
of manslaughter yesterday after pleading guilty. But she can apply for parole
immediately, having already served five years
behind bars. A judge accepted she had been
suffering from depression and could not think clearly when the 18-month-old boy and girl
died from malnutrition in 2008. A Sydney man
is recovering in hospital after being found badly bashed
at his home. The 52-year-old was found
with serious head injuries inside his Guilford home after neighbours called
emergency services just after 11pm. Police are appealing for witnesses. They're not sure whether the man
is the victim of a home invasion or whether he was assaulted
elsewhere.

Hawthorn will field
a near full-strength line-up in tonight's AFL showdown
with Collingwood to kick off Round 21. Luke Hodge and Lance Franklin are both back from injury
for the Hawks. 'Buddy' has an imposing record
against the Magpies but says team-mate Jarryd Roughead is just as big a threat
in front of goal. We're just looking
for an even spread of goal kickers. Hopefully, the big 'Rough'
can kick a few and break away
with that Coleman Medal. Collingwood is out to continue its
late charge towards a top four spot. The match is live
on Seven and 7mate. They've been under an injury cloud
all week but Greg Inglis and John Sutton are both expected to line up
for South Sydney in tonight's big NRL clash
against Manly in Gosford. In tonight's other match
to kick off Round 23, the Broncos will be out continue
their push for a top eight spot with a win over the struggling Eels
in Brisbane. Phil Hughes is fighting to regain
his place in the Australian team for next week's fifth
and final Ashes test at The Oval. Hughes was dropped for the
third time in his short career The left-hander can state his case
for a recall in this weekend's tour match against
the England Lions in Northampton. The world's best surfers
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at the Billabong Pro Tahiti. Reigning world champion
Joel Parkinson is off to an impressive start, winning his Round 1 heat. Parko's looking to make up ground
on good mate Mick Fanning who leads the world title race.

Of course, who could forget last year when Mick Fanning won and Parko finished second and Parko went on to win the world championship. Just a quick tip, how do we know they are done.Generally, crispy on the outside, they are done.Do you need to cut it?Never pierce a sausage and always cook slow on low.That was your question, Nat. But gee they look good.I thought you are meant to poke hole in them.No, write it down! Rule No. down! Rule No.One, never! Because it cooks in its juice.It holds the flavour in.You can tell the quality of a sausage because there is not oil everywhere.100 pest Australian beef.From Roma, all over the place, let's go to the Wedy with Eddy. Or the weather with Eddy, whatever you like.Everyone knows the words to all the 'Grease' songs, accept for one. We go together like one. We go together likerama-lama, I never got that. But two people who know the words, welcome. The stars of the show. They normally work at the other end of the day so we appreciate it. You have come off a successful production of 'Legally Blonde'.Yes, next day.Nine month of the show and you come here?Yes, I am looking forward to April.It must be a buzz, everyone knows the words, a live band and everyone gets into it.It is the party musical. You go from fun show to fun show, it is a dream come true.It's a dream. The first huge production? Is that right. right? Nervous, excited, pumped?It is not my first huge production, because I was in 'Wicked' and 'Mama Mia' but this is my first lead role, so different spectrum. so different spectrum..You sang the national anthem for the State of Origin?Yes, similar vibe.Let's look at the weather and they will get changed.

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Rob, if you are looking for your wig, I think Wayney might be wearing it.It looks good though. It's not a good sign for his head size though. No. The shame of it, the shame. We'll see you in about an hour's time, we will come back and teach myself and the meeg theeg the moves. Before you go.How -- -- teach the Three Amigos the moves.

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