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This program is captioned live. Not guilty plea - Rolf Harris appears in court on child sex abuse charges. The final battle with the terrorists who murdered dozens in a Kenyan shopping mall, as Australia mourns the lives lost. A thriller at the Brownlows - G Ablett. Gary Ablett Junior takes out the top award by a single vote. Hello sailor - it is official! Prince Harry is heading to Sydney for the float review. Australia's greatest sporting triumph, the man who won us the America's Cup Alan Bond opens up in a rare interview 30 years on. Spoilt for choice - all the best fashion from the Brownlows and the Emmys. Do the wags trump the TV studs? We were there as the One Direction boys kicked off their tour. Do they live up to the hype? (Sings) # Crazy, crazy until we see the sun #A very good morning to you and a big good morning to all of the girls just getting home after that One Direction concert. How are you feeling this morning? It is a bit late to be getting home after the concert. From their hotel room, is that what you are saying? No, no, no. I am sure you had a fantastic night. (LAUGHTER) The One Direction concert.They are much more experienced this time around.When did they bow those tickets? Like five years ago. They have been waiting this long.And they are just getting home now 5:30. It is school holidays. You can have a late night.I don't want to think about it.You have got all of that to come. Hey? Excellent work.I don't want to think about it.The Brownlows - Gary Ablett did it again. Cha a night.He's played so well and what he's done with the Gold Coast is absolutely amazing. He's taken the game to a whole new level and we applaud him. The girls looked fabulous. We will break down that soon. Now to the weather.

It is new time for all of the news with Deb.Lisa and Karl, good morning to you. Good morning tow you at home. From the newsroom now, three weeks after being charged with a string of child sex abuse offences, Australian entertainer Rolf Harris has now faced a London court. Let's go live to Europe's correspondent Peter Stefanovic in London. Pete, describe what happened inside court last night? Hi, Deb. It was Rolf Harris's first appearance in court and it was a very brief one. Basically, all he did was confirm his name, his age and his address. He didn't enter a plea specifically, but his lawyer did indicate that Rolf Harris is not guilty of all 13 charges that have been level against him.A short walk to a waiting car, made much slower by a media frenzy.Move back at the back please.Dozens of cameras fighting to take pictures of Rolf Harris, his wipe and his family as they left court.Stay strong. You are are innocent, Rolf!. During a short hearing, the 83- year-old indicated that he was not guilty of the nine counts of indecent assault of two girls, aged 14 and 15, dating back 30 years and another four counts of making indecent im 'Australian's of children. The judge granted him bail but with conditions, the that he has no contact with any of the named witnesses, that he stays at home at and that he's not left alone with children under 18. For so long, Rolf Harris has been one of the most popular entertainers, not just in Australia, but also in the UK. So whatever according to he appears in, in the future, it will be met with a similar media turn- out. Rolf Harris faces 10 years in jail if convicted of downloading child sex abuse imaums and the indent -- images and the indecent assault charges. He will reappear at Southwark Court in two weeks. We know that hedgey it has been a difficult time for Rolf Harris over the past few weeks and months, but professionally he is suffering at well. Will is a portrait he did of theian that has gone missing somehow in Buckingham Palace and a children's show he had been doing over here in the UK has been taken off the air. Extraordinary scenes outside court, thank you.A young man has been killed in a plane crash in country Victoria. The single-engine aircraft went down in Hamilton,s we of Melbourne, last night. It is believed the pilot was completing a training exercise at the time. The 20-year-old did on impact. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau and Civil Aviation Safety Authority are both now investigating. Australia's new Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is in New York for high-level talks with world leaders. Nine's US correspondent Robert Penfold is there and filed this report. On so many levels, in just a few weeks, Julie Bishop has come a long way. From everyday politician in Australia to this morning as Foreign Minister on the streets of New York heading for the United Nations. Over five days, she will have more than 35 meetings. She will address the General Assembly and likely get a quick hello with President Obama and then chair the all-important United Nations Security Council. The main topic at the unwas always going to be what its investment well role will be in containing the chemical weapons in Syria. Though now that terrorist attack in Kenya has taken centre stage, another issue for our new Foreign Minister to deal with.The fact that an Australian, a duel national was killed in this attack is a tragic reminder that global terrorism is still occurring and that we must do all we can the fight terrorism and we extend our sympathy and our prayers to the family.There is a certain irony now because when in Opposition bishop's party was highly critical of the amount of money and time the Labor Government spent on trying to get a seat on the Security Council. Now, as it turns out, this month it is Australia's turn to chair the council, meaning Julie Bishop will get a seat at the very top of the table.We had an issue about the timing and the amount of money that was spent on the bid, but of course we have always said that should Australia serve on the Security Council, we should do so with distinction and that is what I aim to do.Prime Minister Tony Abbott has ordered a second Navy warship to patrol the Indonesian border the latest bid to stop the bets. It comes amid ongoing criticism of the Government's approach to alerting the public of boat arrivals under its new hardline stands on asylum seekers. The Coalition will not reveal when or if any asylum seeker boats are turned around under Operation Sovereign Borders.We are not getting into the tactical discussion of things that happen at sea.Having reached Government he finds it convenient not to be upfront and truthful.Meantime, the commission will continue its work on a voluntary basis after being axed by the Abbott Government last week. Fire bans are in place for NSW today. The ban is now in force in seven regions, including Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Gosford and the Hunter. Authorities are urging people to report unattended fires and to have their personal bushfire survival plan in place. Under the been, no fire should be lit in the open and all fire permits are suspended. A night at the cinema has turned into a frightening experience for movie-goers on Sydney's North Shore. Four people armed with a shotgun and a machete targeted the Roseville cinema just after 8:00. The group threatened a number of patrons and staff before leaving with cash. They were last seen getting into a Nissan Pulsar stolen from a nearby home earlier that night. Known was injured. Sydney is preparing for a royal visit with confirmation that Prince Harry will be coming Down Under next month. Today reporter Natalia Cooper joins us now. Prince hairy! He has a good head of hair, but what will he get up to while he is here?Prince hairy, heny, Harry - he will be here for eight days. He is the guest of honour for the Navy Float Review here in Sydney. The big day is taking part on Saturday, October 5th. There will be 40 warships and 19 tall ships out on Sydney Harbour and it is set to be an absolutely spectacular day. Prince Harry will watch all the comings and goings on board the HMAS 'Lewin'. He will be on board that ship with the Prime Minister and the Governor-General and later he will have a reception at Kirribilli House with the Prime Minister. Now, he's also set to visit Perth on this trip. Now, Harry has visited Australia before on his gap year back in 2003, but this is his first official vit to Australia. The 29-year-old will be representing the Queen, so royal watchers, get ready, get excited, there will be more details to come about where you can spot a prince! We he will be warmly welcomed, indeed. Thank you, Natalia. We will check in shortly. Angela Merkel has swept to victory in the germ an elections. Her Conservative Party won 41.5% of the vote but finished 5 seats short of an absolute majority in the lower house. She will have to neglect with the Social Democratic Party about forming a coalition party. The captain of the doomed 'Costa Concordia' has blamed the Indonesian helmsman for causing the accident this killed 32 people. Speaking at his trial on charges of multiple manslaughter he argued that the disaster would never have happened if the crew member had been quicker to carry out his orders. The 52-year-old is charged with abandoning his ship and faces up to 20 years' in jail if he is convicted. More begun battles and explosions have been heard inside a conditionean shopping centre three days after a deadly terror attack that claimed at least 62 lives. Let's go live to UK Sky correspondent Emma Hurd who is in South Africa. What is the situation at the moment in Kenya?Well, we are now more than 60 hours into this attack and there is still a siege situation inside that shopping mall. The Kenyan security forces are trying to get closer to those terrorist gun men and an unknown number of them and, indeed, the hostages there are holding how many of them too is not known. Now, through the evening inside Nairobi there has been a series of gun five and explosions, even a gunfight between the terrorists and the Special Forces trying to get in there to knew tratise them. (GUNFIRE) The Kenyan authorities say they have the situation under control, but at this stage it does still appear that the terrorists are fighting back. The big concern is how Kenya can bring this to an end and save the lives of anyone who may still be inside that shopping mall. You will remember that at least 60 people are still missing. OK, Emma. We will leave it there. Thanks for the update. Now to the finance markets:

And Gold Coast Suns' star Gary Ablett may have walked away with the top honour at last night's Brownlow Medal, but at always, the night belonged really to the wives and girlfriends. Today's Christine Ahern has all of the details on the frocks and the shocks.

Move over boys - it is your wives and girlfriends in the spotlight tonight as they show off their glamorous frocks here on the red carpet.I was a little bit nervous, but prime mayor through I am here so I am all good.A bit of bling you have got?Blue sapphires, diamonds and opal. I am lucky.What do you think?Looks great. I tried it on but decided not to go for it. I thought it was time to wear red. You are always a show stopper in red. What about your baby bump. There it is. I hope it is a girl. It is a bit of fun.You might as well stand out.Risque I thought when I heard it would be pink, but it has come up really well.How long did it take for you to get ready?About 2 minutes. You can't do much with me.Our seventh time coming along, so I wanted something white and modern and comfortable. I am really happy. When I rocked up she came down the stairs and she looked amazing. There is pressure. You Ed need to be relaxed with it. Tonight the night is about them. We are here to support them.Daring?Bold and bright and I love the blue. I love it One component that was a feature. Why not? You can show it off. What do you think, Ryan?It is pretty good. It was all a secret. Like a wedding dress.It is black and I hope it is classic enough.What do you think?I have been asked this. She looks great. She looks perfect. I had it flown in from New York. You like stealing the show a little bit on the red carpet, don't you?I don't mean to. It is different.As long as she is happy, I am happy. What was with the traffic jam?It was like a cattle house.I thought I knew the bouncer at the front, but unfortunately I didn't so I had to line up.Where are you from? Canada.What do you know about the Brownlows?He invied me to a party on a Monday night and I thought it sounded fun. I Googled it.

Wow.I reckon they gave the Emmy girls a run for their money with their outfits. I love it when the boys are asked. "She locks OK, good. Scrubbed up OK."I saw her coming down the stairs.:They locked fabulous.We will break those down later in the show.We might even talk about glab Junior.Oh, maybe. If we have got time. Geoffrey Edelsten is still kicking on.Doesn't he look good? He must have had a bit of work, don't you think? He is having a great time.He is. Hair was done. Looked good.Exactly, Deb.OK. Let's look at the national fly-around now and see if we have got some pretty pictures this.

Sport coming up next with Ben Fordham.That's right. We've seen the frocks now the sport. Gary Ablett claimed his second Brownlow Medal. A surprise selection from the Roosters. And how to host a winter sports festival when there is no know. We will explain. Don't go anywhere. We are back in a moment. This program is not captioned.

Good to have your company this morning. Bright and early, bushy- tailed. You have got to attack the day, don't you?Did you notice my tail was bushie.You might need to get that fixed up. Or leave it.I thought I hid that. All of the sport coming up. The front pages now for you. The 'Daily Telegraph' has the picture of Ross Langdon and his pregnant wife - global citizens with a passion for humanity who were cut down by hate-filled militants during the Nairobi massacre.In the 'Australian' ballooning costs and delays in the NBN roll-out prompted Malcolm Turnbull's decision to demand the resignation of the board.The 'West Australian' reports prosecutors have lost their renewed bid to convict Lloyd Rayney of murdering his estranged wife Corryn six years ago.The team no-one wants to play - 'The Sydney Morning Herald' says one of Sydney's prestigious boys' schools Scots College has been boycotted from sporting contests and claims it offered prohibited inducements to recruit young athletes.'The Hobart Mercury' meet the provide of Tasmania People of Compassion and people who make a difference.And finally 'The Age' says Gold Coast triumphed at the Brownlow Medals forer the second time after his turning mid-season form surge and a best afield performance in the final match of the season.A great speech.It was a huge night. Congratulations to Gold Coast Suns' captain Gary Ablett being rewarded for a stunning season. The AFL eshighest individual honour. He won his second Brownlow Medal for the Best Player in the League taking the prize in a nail-biting encounter. It came right to the edge. Joel Sellwood and Matt Swann also in the hunt. Footballing royalty now officially one of the greatest to have ever played the game. His second Brownlow Medal around the neck and a look of relieve on his face.It was always a dream of mine to play AFL football and here I am standing up here on a stage winning a second Brownlow Medal, which I just can believe it.It was by no means a runaway victory. Ablett was trailing Matt Swann and Joel Sellwood late in the count. He needed three points in the final round to snatch the prize.G Ablett. I declare the winner of the 2013 Brownlow Medal Gary Ablett Gold Coast Suns. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) I really wanted to get the two because that guy deserves a Brownlow Medal. It has been a stunning season from the Suns' captain highlighted from a 4 possession game from Collingwood in July and being named the Players Association's MVP for the fifth time. Ablett's greatest win drawing inevitable comparisons with his dad, Gary Ablett Senior.There shouldn't be any comparisons, in my opinion, my old man is the best player to ever play the game. Should have won a Brownlow and now I have got two I guess I can give him one.Great stuff. A fantastic result. Congratulations. More of that later. More of the frocks as well, girls. Boyd Cordner could be a surprise inclusion, meanwhile, forer the Roosters in their team to face Newcastle. The Chooks' second rower broke his ankle last month and initial write was ruled out for the season, however he's run freely at training and is up for selection this weekend.I I think he's still got a few days left of testing to see what is happening with the ankle. He will increase that over this week.The Knights are urging Willie Mason to seek revenge on Sonny Bill Williams after the Roosters star flatnd the veteran earlier in the season. We remember that. The Wallabies say they are trying to forget about all of the drama surrounding James O'Connor. Has thrnt been a heap of it! The squad left for South African minus the wayward star who was stood down after the incident in Perth when he was kicked out of the airport for being drunk.We have moved on from it. We have a big job and that is what we are focused on. We have got to get the win this weekend.That is the best thing they can do. Injured captain James Horwill has trained well and is expected to return for the Sunday morning test. Damien Howson has won the under-23 Individual Time Trial at the Road Cycling World Championships held in Italy. He completed the course just under 50 minutes about a minute or so ahead of his nearest rival. He will soon begin riding for Orica- Greenedge. What happens when you are trying to hold a winter sports festival but it is not winter? You do what the organisers of the 2013 Freestyle Championships

Freestyle Championships in Switz La Nina did. The truck -- and truck in 270 tonnes of snow. 33,000 people crowded onto the shores of Lake Zurich to watch the extreme athletes battle it out in four different events. By the looks of it, it was certainly worth all of the effort.Great spot. Congratulations to Gary Ablett. We ran into him of all places when we were broadcasting in New York a number of years ago. He and a number of mates, they were terrific. Happy to everyone. All of the Aussie tourists over there as well. A really, really nice fella.Well said, Fordo.Thank you for that. After the break, it is Hollywood gossip time. Hey, Richard Reid. What is going on? Well, Michael Douglas says, "My mar age is not over!" That's right, the superstar goes on the record at the Emmys about Catherine Zeta Jones. The scoop and the scandal coming up. This program is not captioned.

'Bangerz' Many I can e With I Welcome back to the show. Now, Richard Wilkins is taking confession in the city of churches this morning. He joins us now. Good morning, Dickie.Good morning, Karlos. After some divine intervention here. Look, it was One Direction's first concert o on their Australian and New Zealand tour here last night in Adelaide. It was a ripper, too. I will have a full report on that. Right now, let us go to Hollywood where it has been a big night with the Emmy Awards on. Richard Reid is across it. Michael Douglas on his own, Richard, but hopefully not for long. Well, hopefully. Michael Douglas a big winner at the Emmy's last night, but of course Zeta Jones dealt was not far from his or our thoughts. He went on the record about the state of their marriage and he says he is not throwing in the towel just yet. Catherine and I are fine. The press tried to push it along a little faster. Take a little break. We talked and I think everything will be great. REPORTER: You think there is a chance of reconciliation? Certainly. Of course. Absolutely. We are happy to hear that.Oh, that is a wonderful story at the same time. Have been separated about a month. I have a feeling these kids will be just fine.Yeah, well, they have had their challenges, that is for sure. Let us hope you are right, Richard, as you often are. (LAUGHS) .More on the Emmys throughout the show this morning and more from here in Adelaide where One Direction performed last night. It was terrific, too. Meantime, let's go back to Karl and Lisa. A big day. See you soon.If your journo asked you on the red carpet what was going on in your personal life you would probably tell them.Yeah. . It is alright.I love Richard Reid's optimism.It is good. Keeping it positive. What about the huntings hit Australia. Prince Harry confirms he is coming Down Under for the Fleet Revue.And the girls go wild for One Direction in Adelaide. We will have all of the details from their concert a little later this hour.Let's get some news now with Michelle Knight. Morning to you at home. Veteran entertainer Rolf Harris will fight all child sex abuse charges levelled against him. The 83-year- old faced a London court last night. Now we will go live to London correspondent Peter Stefanovic. Did Rolf Harris have anything to say in court?He didn't say a great deal, Deb. Basically all he confirmed was his name, his age and his address. He didn't enter a plea today, but his lawyer indicated that Rolf Harris is not guilty of all 13 of those charges that have been levelled against him, but I have got to say all of the theatre today was really reserved for outside the courtroom rather than inside the courtroom. Remembering that Rolf Harris has rarely made a public appearance since he was arrested for the first time earlier this year and he has not spoken publicly about any of these allegations so there was always going to be a lot of media attention today, but the number of cameras that were there were absolutely extraordinary, to the point when Rolf Harris left court - and it was his first appearance today - just a first hearing, it took him at lest 10 minutes to make the 40m walk from the courthouse to the car that was waiting there to pick him up and Rolf Harris, he was there with his wife and some of his family members and of course his legal team certainly seemed a bit unsettled about that.Yeah, quite a security detail around him. We will check in later, Pete. Thank you. Police are looking for a group of men who carried out two robberies last night. They targeted a cinema on the North Shore armed with a shotgun and machete. They threatened a number of staff and patrons at the rouse ville theatre before leaving with cash in a tone blue Nissan Pulsar. Two hours later, the same car was used in another armed robbery at a hotel in Revesby in the city's south-west. Three men threatened the hotel manager demanding cash and cigarettes. The car was later found burntout. No- one was hurt. The battle between Kenyan troops and terrorists is continuing this morning in a Nairobi shopping centre. Security forces are trying to get closer to the Mall three days after the deadly massacre. But ten ya's military maintains it has control over the situation.Our resolve to defend our country has never been higher. We want to say that we will take the war to the criminal's doorsteps.Self people are still being held hostage. A Sydney woman has been attacked and injured during a carjacking during the city's south-west. The 57-year-old was getting out of her vehicle in the driveway of her ash cot home when she was hit on the head and knocked unconscious. Her attacker left with the victim's Chrysler convertible. The woman suffered head injuries and was taken to Liverpool Hospital for treatment. Anyone with information is being urged to contact Crime Stoppers. A new study has found when it comes to sugar our brains can't be fooled with fake substitutes. Researchers say choosing diet drinks and art official sweeteners instead of high-calorie treats may actually increase our craving for sugar. They say rather than starve yourself of sugar all together it is better to consume very small amounts, tricking the brain into producing a pleasure response. Taking a look at finance now -

And if you think that one panda cub is cute. Here is 14 of them. The impossibly adorable group has gone on display in China. All the cubs were been between July and September and they are now being raised in a special breeding rom at a research base. -- room at a research base. That is how I felt this morning getting out of bed.So much for that one-child policy over there.They have to do something about it because it is in dire straights.14 of the things.One fail swop.There is only 1 left in the world. That is 14 of them.We will cover every single one of them right here.We will. Breaking news. They are beautiful.Thank you, Deb. Pleasure.Sport time new.Thank you, Lisa. Let's do it. Gary Ablett has cemented himself as AFL royalty if he hadn't already. A ripper of an evening. The Gold Coast captain edged out Joel Sellwood from Geelong by one vote. Meanwhile, Hawthorn says it will use last year's grand final loss to the Swans as motivation for this weekend against Freestyle Championship.I felt the reality negative part of AFL football of losing a grand final and we get a chance to recollectfy that this year and it is really exciting. Manly remains hopeful that fullback Brett Stewart will be right to play in the prelim final again Souths. He has missed both finals so far with an injured ham string and will need to pass a number of fitness tests to get the green light. The handlebar moustache, looks fantastic. Mark Webber fuming after being punished for hitch ago ride. We told you about this yet. He hitched a ride with Anthony Albanese. He was hit with a penalty and he is still not ore all of. That Australian coach Darren Lehmann has hit out at the English cricket team describing their tactics as dour as ahead of the summer Tour Down Under. I don't know what the thinking is behind that. It is just not an exciting form of cricket, possibly. Conservative. When you are losing as badly as we r you have got to try anything.Whatever works. (LAUGHS) .When you were kids playing cricket you say, "Have a go. Have a go, you mug!" Just encouraging them to have a go.Good analysis.He is needling. Anyway, coming up, the best dressed from the Brownlow red carpet. Which wag reigned supreme. We will find out shortly but first let's get a check of the weather around the country. Hello, Stevie. Where are you?Hello, Lisa. Sometimes coming back from holidays can be a bit tough, but definitely not today. This is a bid's eye view of where we are. This is the Today show weather office today. We are in the middle of 345,000 squarekm of the Great Barrier Reef. We are waking up on a little sand cave this morning called Vlasoff kyy. It can get to about 50m long. We look like a pimple on the back side of an elephant. You couldn't get more remote or more beautiful than where we are today. The sun is coming up in the book ground. We are going to take you around this very small cave today. It won't take long, believe me. Lauv luvFirst, we will head into the -- (LAUGHTER) First, we will head into the weather. We have come a long way to show you nothing today.

Now to the rainfall today. Most of the country remains fine today and hot in most inland areas, as well as coastal NSW. As you can see Sydney pushing up to 30 there. We will see a warm day along the coast. Showers continuing in the south- west of WA and the west of Tasmania and the odd one about the Queensland topics and the Top End. A few possible about

Queensland topics and the Top End.
A few possible about coastal Victoria. Karl, Lisa, this is it, the other end of the sand cave at the end of the Great Barrier Reef. We are looking at the mainland of Cairns, which is about 15S away and the beautiful luxury charter boat that brought us out here yesterday. It takes a couple of hours to get out here to Vlasoff Cay. We spent the night there and we are in paradise this morning. Who would you like to be deserted with on an island. Tweet me. I will give you sometime to think about it.I hope a croc gets you. What a great spot. Seriously. (LAUGHTER) Thanks.Coming up, a sneak peak inside One Direction's first Australian concert.Plus, all of the details on Prince Harry's royal visit - it is official! Don't go anywhere. See you right after this.

This program is not captioned. A very good morning to you, Melbourne. Pretty sunrise this morning. You are heading for a partly cloudy day with a top of 22 and right now you are sitting on 16. Karl?You only have to look at the front pages of most of today's papers to see the tragic cost of the terrorist massacre in Kenya. Australian Ross Langdon and his pregnant wife, Elif, among those murdered by fanatics while they went shopping. BSkyB reporter Emma Hurd joins me now from Johannesburg. Emma, the authorities are still battling the terrorists. What is the latest from there?Yeah, they are. 11:00 at night now in Nairobi and the stand-off goes on. Earlier on, it was an all-out gunfight as the Kenyan Special Forces s tried to take on and the terrorist tried to neutralise them, in their words, gunfire all around this shopping mall. It is fairly clear it is still an ongoing operation, although things have been quiet for the past couple of hours. One of the issues is we don't yet know how many terrorists are still inside there. We also don't know, more worryingly, how many hos taunts are still inside. The Kenyan authorities say very few, but they just can't be sure.Emma, you have so much experience throughout the region. What do you think this means moving forward in terms of al-Shabaab and the way they conduct themselves and the way they operate and try to gain attention for themselves worldwide?Yeah, Karl, it certainly is very worrying. We know that in terrorist group terms, there is always this awful word, isn't there, "spectacular" which implies a really huge terrorist attack and this is what they have achieved with this incident at this Mall in Nairobi. It shows that they are intent, perhaps on internationalising their cause, but we know that they have a specific gripe against Kenya because Kenya of course got involved with the conflict in Somalia with al-Shabaab, the mill tan group, is trying to overthrow the Western-backed government. So they have a gripe with Kenya, but if they are Em bodened by this, they may try to take their battles further afield. We know that back in 2010 they went after Uganda for their involvement in the Somalia conflict and killed 78 people there. So it is not the first time they have done this. But they are certainly going to be Em bodened as what they see as a success.Alright. Ongoing there. Emma, thank you very much for beg with us this morning and late night your time. We appreciate your expertise. Speak to you soon.A change of pace now. It is official, Prince Harry is on his way Down Under. He will be heading to Sydney to take part in the International Fleet Review and Today's Natalia Cooper, who is pretty excited, I have to say, has all of the details. Natalia, good morning to you. Don't worry, we are all excited. There will be plenty of hears fluttering at the thought of the prince's arrival. What is he actually expected to get up to?Look, he is expected to get here in just over a week and he will be here for eight days. So hopefully there will be plenty of chances to catch a glimpse of the prince and maybe someone will win his heart, you never know. It does happen in Sydney actually. If you are looking for someone, then maybe listen to what I have got to say. (LAUGHS) . Anyway, the main event, the big one is Saturday October 5 and out on the harbour behind me, the float review -- the Navy fleet fleet will take place and there are more than 40 warships expected to be part of it. Prince Harry will be on board the HMAS 'Lewin' with the Prime Minister and Governor-General and they will be watching everything happening. Then he is expected to go to a reception at Kirribilli House with the Prime Minister and on this vit he will make his way over to Perth. Now, this is actually Prince Harry's first official visit to Australia. He has come before back in 2003, but that was actually on his gap year and this time the 29-year-old will officialy be representing the Queen. And this International Fleet Review, it will be quite a party?It definitely is. Well, Harry is used to some parties in his time, but hopefully this will will compare. There will be a lot of lights and pyrotechnics across the harbour and across the warships. It is expected to be one of the biggest shows we have seen since the Sydney Olympics back in the year 2000 so it will be a spectacular day. 8,000 Navy personnel and obviously thousands more spectators expected along the harbour as well.Sydney Harbour will be a great venue for all of that. Natalia for now, thank you very much.Thanks.What a beautiful jacket she's got on this morning, Natalia. It is a beautiful colour. It is very bright. (LAUGHS) . It will wake everyone up.We might get her out on the shore when Harry arrives.That is probably a very good idea.Just to say G'day. I don't think she will say no. Beautiful colours, Karl. Well spotted. Autumn-like-, I believe. Speaking of, that have a look at. This if you need something the make you happy this morning, a dog running around in leaves - that will do it! What did I promise you? The Buzz is next. This program is not captioned. You might not think you need
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C'mon, big guy.Are we ready? Are we ready to go The Buzz is here.Do you want the butt ons done up or not?Righto. School holidays time. Yes.Here is an idea for the dads out there to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays.That will Helpmann Awards. One little tweak you could do to make a hell of a lot of fun for the kids.Find an odyssey.That is a good idea. (LAUGHS) .I am going to take the Nutri- Grain bar away if you don't close your mouth. You can wet the bed. Yew need to cover your mouth. You are spraying germs. Who are you talking to?Mum.Ask her what is for dinner. Wake up! (LAUGHTER) Birthday party. Don't drink that - it has artificial sweeter in. You forgot to say please. Hurry up! We are gonna be late for the bus! Get out of there. (LAUGHTER) It is almost dinner time. You will spoil your appetite.You like him? That is Batman.Can we get him on. That is too good. That is great.We will need tissues. Very funny. That is genius. Good parenting. Great parenting. It goes on and on and on.That is cool.We will have more highlights of that coming up. You know that moment when someone is caught on camera when they are not supposed to be there.Yeah.It happened during the Emmy's broadcast when Doogie houser was front of screen. Look at the guy in the background, this awkward moment. Watch him. What is he going to do? What is he going to do? What is he going to do? Isn't it funny the way the human mind works? If I just slide off... (LAUGHTER) Sideways. No-one will --Who is that?No-one will notice.I love it. Woah, woah.Watching, watching. So there you go. He got out of there in the end. He worked alright.We didn't even notice.We like to show a wedding proposal on the Buzz mainly because it is a romantic kind of segment run by romantic people.Yes.We have never showed one on the back of a waterski or jet ski.No?Until today. (SONG): # It is a beautiful night # We are looking for something dumb to do #Watch it closely. Here he goes, down on one knee. Why do blokes do this to themselves? Down on one knee. He asks for her hand in marriage and apparently I can't hear it over the 2-stroke but she says yes I believe.I love it.They lived happily ever after. Speaking of happiness, check this out as we go to the break. News is next. It is a and a gigantic pile of leaves. What more would you want.Oh, yeah! It is Tuesday. You are watching Today. We are back in a moment.

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Welcome back to the show. Now, Richard Wilkins has been in Adelaide during the course of the night. That is him struggling to get through the night because he was inundated by the One Direction fans and he's got his report coming up in a little bit.Apparently, a fantastic concert. The boys absolutely tore it up. Meanwhile, over in Melbourne, the girls tore it up on the red carpet and we will have a breakdown for you of all of the frocks. There was one or two shocks - we are not going concentrate too much on those --We are enjoying the analysis. We have got to have a go at the one or two that didn't make it.One or two were fascinating. There were different moods going on.That is Lisa's way of saying terrible. Fascinating.It shouldn't have been worn. Why did she pick it?It is more like, what was she thinking? All wrapped into one. Now the news with Deb.Karl and Lisa, good morning to you. Veteran Australian entertainer Rolf Harris has vowed to fit child sex abuse offences after fronting a London court last night. During a brief hearing the 83-year-old indicated he will plead not guilty to all 13 ounces. He is facing nine counts of indecently assaulting two girls back in the 1980s and four counts of making indecent images of a child. Harris was granted conal bail.A group of armed thieves is on the run in Sydney this morning after targeting two separate businesses. Nine News reporter Airlie Walsh joins us from Roseville on the city's North Shore. Airlie, what can you tell us about these robberies?Deb, an incredibly frightening night for movie-goers here last night. Three men with their faces partially covered terrorised movie-goer as staff behind the counter. The men were armed with a shot begun and also a machete. They demand add large amount of cash and wallets and manufacture mobile phones from the customers before later fleeing in a stolen blue Nissan Pulsar. Now, a short-time later around 10pm the same men then robbed the Pacific Hotel in Revesby. Once again they threatened customers there and also the hotel manager and, once again, they mained to make off with a large amount of money and also cigarettes in the same stolen blue Nissan Pulsar. Police managed to find the car that had been burntout and dumped in a reserve in west mode. It is understood that car was stolen from an address in Lane Cove earlier on in the evening. Thankfully, Deb, no-one was hurt in either of those incredibly frightening robberies, but this among those offenders are still on the loose and police are asking anyone for any information to come forward.Yeah. Contact Crime Stoppers, the number is on your screen. Airlie, thank you. A man is recovering in hospital after being stabbed on the Gold Coast this morning. It is understood he was attacked by two men just after 4:00. When paramedics arrive they'd found him suffering a stab wound to the chest. He was rushed to hospital in a serious condition. Australia's new Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is in New York for high level talk was world leaders a t the United Nations. Over five days, she will have more than 30 meetings and address the germ assembly. High on the agenda, will be the terrorist situation still unfolding? Kenya. Last night Miss Bishop played tribute to Australian Ross Langdon and his heavily pregnant partner, who were both killed in the attack. The fact that an Australian, a duel national, was killed in this attack is a tragic reminder that global terrorism is still occurring glfplt the crisis in Syria will also be raised during the meetings. Serious questions are being raised about the accuracy of speed cameras across Queensland after major flus were found in the devices. Live now to Today reporter Aislin Kriukelis. Aislin, what can you tell us about these speed cameras?Deb, this may mean that hundreds, if not thousands of not trysts, can challenge their speeding fines if they were booked with a Tru Cam sped camera. These devices were rolled out throughout Queensland mid-last year. They are small, port ail devices that can operate where sped camera vans can't and they use laser technology. However, now a magistrate has raised serious concerns about their accuracy. This happened swhen was presented with a case whereby a driver received a fine stating he was travelling at 124S per hour in a 100 zone. He was admit he wasn't and what was raised in court was the fact that the data that is usually imprinted on a photo on a speeding fine, that is the date, the location, the time, the alleged speed, all that information is actually added manually by a police officer when it comes to this Tru Cam system. So what the magistrate ruled is that there not necessarily any links between the information that is manual which add the photos and she found that the fact it is added manually there is room for human error. She took the side of the not tryst in this lan March ruling, but, Deb, the matter is not over yet and police are appealing the decision. Big repercussions. We will leave it there. Aislin, thank you. Now to finance.

A lot going on in sport, Ben. Certainly, Deb. Last night all eyes on the Brownlow Medal and Gold Coast Suns Gary Ablett has claimed his second Brownlow Medal winning by just one vote from Joel Sellwood. The count went down to the final round with Ablett needing all three points to snatch the prize.Gold Coast, two votes. Gold Coast, G Ablett three votes. I deClaire the winner of the 2013 Brownlow Medal Gary Ablett Gold Coast Suns. Yeah, he looked a little disappointed Think he was hoping for a draw with Joel Sellwood. He is a good man. Let's go to Today Show reporter Christine Ahern. Chris, as if we needed any more evidence about this bloke's role and his place in history. One of the greatest?Yeah, he certainly is. Now he has now won - he is the 14th player in AFL history to win the Brownlow Medal once. He won in 2009 when he was a Cats' player and now of course he is the Suns' skipper. He did however in his speech say he is not as good as his dad. As far as he is concerned, he thinks the comparisons should end because his dad, Gary Ablett Senior is the best to have ever played the game, although he didn't win a brum. Although Gary Ablett Junior now has two so he might be able to give one to his dad. He certainly said he was thrilled to win this top honour as a Suns player. Let's have a listen.It is satisfying to be sitting up here with a Brownlow Medal, but we - it is a very kpwoiting future for us. We have a lot of talented young players and I am hoping that we can take our game to another level next year and hopefully play some finals footy. The one I want is the premiership. Hopefully I can win a premiership up there before my time is up. While the count of course was exciting, once again all of the wags stole the show on the red carpet beforehand. There was plenty of colour, a lot of bold choices, led by some uber-wags in Rebecca Judd and Nadia Coppolino, but they all looked fantastic.Thank you, cry. Tyrone Roberts should be fit to play against the Roosters in Saturday's grand final qualifier. He had scans on his injured knee yesterday. In Rugby Union, the Wallabies have flown to South Africa minus wayward star James O'Connor. The players say they are trying to put all of the dramas surrounding O'Connor behind them after he was punted from Perth airport for being drunk.And Australian Damien Howson has won the ununderstood -- under-23 Individual Time Trial at the Road Cycling World Championships. He covered the course in just under 15 minutes. Congratulations to him. That is quick on a bike.I'll say. Not bad. Thank you, mate. Now the weather with Stevie Jacobs. Hey, Stevie.G'day, Karlos. A very good morning to you, mate. Sorry, we are pretty remote this morning, around about 15ks off the coast of Cairns where you will find not a lot, other than a little sandy cave called Vlasoff Cay. This is the way to get it. We came out on the 'Aroona' a 2-hour cruise. This is a luxury yacht. You have got the crew on board, a Marine biologist, your own chef and endless options on this. You can come out for a day trip, maybe some island hopping and you can get a bit more adventurous, if you like. Fishing, this is a get way to enjoy a little bit of fishing or maybe diving with the minke whales you can take part in their shark-tagging program if the Coral Sea.Wow.It is spectacular. We are in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef this morning. The sun has just come up. It is a beautiful day. This is what is happening at your place today. Let's go to our best national fly-around. A very good morning to you.

It doesn't get much more beautiful than the Great Barrier Reef. That is where we are, about 345,000 squarekm and this is a beautiful place to come out and see the national beauty of the reef. Even better than that, Karl and Lisa, at night-time this place is just stunning and being able to spend the night on a boat like this with Arn about eight other blokes, not so romantic, but absolutely magical we just had three dolphins swimming around next to the boat only a couple of minutes ago. You never know what you will see out here and it is an amazing Blace to spend sometime. The biggest Barrier Reef in the world and by far the most bout.. Thanks to the guys on the 'Aroona' for getting it out here. What a beautiful boat. The 'Aroona', get me some of. ThatOh, yeah. Thank you, Stevie. Richard is in Adelaide for us where the girls went crazy and we hear that they liked One Direction too.Well spotted, Lisa. They came by tram and car, they came by scooter, by cab, but mainly they got dropped off by mum and dad to come here to the Adelaide entertainment sent tore see One Direction, the first show of their Australian tour, and the fans went crazy! A full report up next. This program is not captioned. You might not think you need
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Good morning again. Well, last night here at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, One Direction kicked off their Austra layean tour. Bear in mind these tickets went on sale over a year ago, so fans have been sitting on these tickets with high expectations for a long, long time. And they jetted in from all around the country. The concert sold out within 3 minutes and there was a lot of excitement. So while the boys were kicking soccer balls around back stage and the roadies were making final adjustments, the fans were going crazy for One Direction.

(Sings) # That's what make use beautiful # (SONG): # That is what makes you beautiful #What is it about think guys that make you such a huge fan? They are so perfect and nice and down to earth. They are beautiful. I love them so much.What is your favourite in the group inNiall. Where do you bump in One Direction? I can't tell you where that is. I love the boys too much to say where they RJust you and 30,000 girls? Yeah. (SONG): # Babe, you lit up my world like known else #Check out the onesies, huh!We love One Direction! So much excitement and we weren't allowed to take our cameras into the room, but fortunately 10,000 people did! Here is one fan's perspective on the boys in action and 'Live While We Are Young'. Here is One Direction on stage last night in Adelaide. (Sings) # Crazy, crazy # Until we see the sun # Tonight let's get some # Sing it everyone # While we are young #

# Tonight # Let's get some # And live while we are young #Oh, it was a night filled with drama. I got to tell you Louis fell over on stage. Harry had been spraying water around and Louis took a tumble. You won't believe what Harry ate mid-concert. He tucked into a snack during the show. I will tell you what he was eating. You might want to confirm what I saw with my very own eyes. Everyone had a great time. The parents were waiting anxiously and it was chock- a-block full of mums and dads waiting to see the kids. They came out about 11:00 last night and school holidays haven't started here yesterday here is what happened after the show. How are you feeling, gang?Tired. We are waiting for kids.It is 11:00.I know. Past our bedtime.How was it? Absolutely amazing. Amazing. I bought the tickets when I was 15 and I am 18 now and I love them.The best concert I ever went to!Alright. You can all go home now! (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Get out of here. Go! That is what happened just a few hours ago. You know what, it will all happen again, same thing tonight right here in Adelaide. The boys are here and so far so good. One show down and a whole bunch of very, very happy fans. So that is One Direction. They have arrived and of course the merchandise stores, I have a little something I am going to be bringing back for my office wall, the big One Direction flag. You need to boys climbing into an old English telephone box there. Karlos, you will love this show. It is just a whole lot of fun. Meantime, on the other side of the world, the television industry had it night of nights. The 65th annual Emmy Awards. (SONG): # I live for the applause # Applause, applause, applause # One of the most interesting argh rivals, Michael Douglas minus Catherine Zeta Jones. Hosting doubts fell to Neil Patrick Harris. There was no shortage of advice. Twerk it.Yeah!It was a night of tributes from Corey Monday teach. Tonight we remember Corey for all he was and mourn the loss of all he could have been.To James Gambell- Feeney.He was kind and generous. Elton John performed a song as he remembered his friend Liberace. Matt Damon and Michael Douglas also paid tribute to the flamboyant entertainer, the latter taking home an Emmy for his portrayal of the over-the-top performer for 'Behind the Candleabra'. It was tipped to be a big night for the TV series 'Breaking Bad' and while it did win best drama, it lost out for best actor to Jeff Daniels for 'The Newsroom' and Claire Danes Best Actress for 'Homeland'. The 'Big Bang Theory' hit the mark and emotional Jim Parsons named best actor in a comedy. The biggest pat on the back for the night went to 'Boadwalk Empire' star and not for winning an Emmy but what he said to his girlfriend, our very own Rose Byrne.To the love of my life, Rose. Thank you so much.The Emmys in Hollywood, One Direction in Adelaide. The Brownlows. It is all going on.You look like Liberace yourself this morning.Thank you, Richard.We speak to Alan Bond who won the America's Cup, or helped Australia win it.And then the fashion hits and misses during the Brownlow Medal Awards.And let's take a look at Cher performing her hit 'Woman's World'. She's still got it check it out. She is on America's Today Show. (Sings) # This is a woman's world # This is a woman's world # This is a woman's # That's the truth # This is a # Work on me This program is not captioned. WOMAN: Don't forget
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Good morning. Welcome back. The GST will not go away quickly or easily. Joe Hockey and Tony Abbott are not adamant the GST will go away. The 10% GST this year will raise around $50 billion. It sounds like a lot. About one in every $7 50, the Government lacks, is through the GST. Then it goes through the states. That funds policing, education. But Colin Barnett complained after the State lost the Triple-A credit rating. There could not keep up. The group that cut the credit rating the GST debate. -- entered the debate. There will be a $33 billion shortfall in tax collection for the next four years. We are spending a bigger proportion of our income on non- GST items. Think, food items, healthcare, child care. Expect the argument for GST on other things like internet.

Let us have some news from Hollywood. Modern family was a big winner last night.Sofia Vergara knows how to party. Come on baby, light my fire. Sofia Vergara, the lady in red. She don't the night away. She was shaking her groove thing for all of its worth. She was decked out in narrowing. She hit the dance floor and did not stop. -- Vera Wang. She brought the most guests. Her fiance, her mother, her brother, her son. She puts a smile on her face. Britney Spears is heading towards Las Vegas. People are looking forward to her singing live?When was the last time you heard that? Will Britney Spears really be singing at her show? Will she pull out the lip-sync? The mining act? People are taking bets. Pretty Speirs said she took voice lessons to her voice. It is good to have a pre-recorded version to fall back on.She is a talented kid. She should do it. She should back herself. When a Naomi Campbell can walk. But can she talk?We know will that she knows how to throw a tension and cell phone or two. Many networks in the US are in negotiations for Naomi Campbell to have her own talk show. Apparently, she has the gift of gab. She is great at making conversation. I do not know if it will fly. She is talking up herself big-time.Maybe. Thank you.

Here are the top stories. Not guilty plea Dutch Rolf Harris is in court over child sex charges.

The terrace Limited dozens in a shopping mall in Kenya. A thriller at the Brownlow Medal events. Gary Ablett Jr takes out the AFL's top award by a single vote. It is official. Prince Harry is heading to Sydney for the fleet review. Australia's greatest sporting triumph. Alan Bond opens up in a red interview, 30 years on. Spoilt for choice, all of the best fashion from the Brownlows and the Emmys. The boys from One Direction kicked off their Aussie to. Did they live up to the hype?

Thank you for your company. It is Tuesday. Also, police in Sydney are hunting a gang armed with a shotgun and machete, who carried out a robbery in a cinema. There is a total fire ban in place for NSW. Hot and windy conditions across the state.

For those on school holidays, finally, a solution to school holidays board. Get ready to meet his father.

Rolf Harris has appeared in court in London over child sex charges overnight. Our correspondent has more. He pleaded not guilty to all charges.His lawyer indicated that Rolf Harris was not guilty of all of those 13 charges that have been levelled against him. As for the hearing itself, it was only short. It was over in a couple of minutes. Enough time for Rolf Harris to confirm his name, age and also his address. There are strict bail conditions. Rolf Harris was granted bail. He will reappear in court in central London on October seven. All of the theatre was not inside the court but outside the court. Bearing in mind, Rolf Harris has barely made a public appearance since his first arrest this year. He has not spoken publicly about these allegations. There was always going to be a lot of media interest at the court today. Everyone was surprised by the number of television crews and photographers who were there. In the 40 metre walk that Rolf Harris's wife and family and legal team had to make from the entrance to Westminster Magistrate's Court, to the car that picked them up, it took at least 10 minute to do that, despite their way. This to fight their way. It must have made Rolf Harris and his family an easy. They will have to do all of that again in two weeks time.Thank you. Police are looking for a group of men who carried out two robberies in Sydney overnight. The targeted a cinema, armed with a shotgun and machete. The group threatened a number of patrons and staff at the cinema before 8am -- 8pm, before leaving with cash in a stolen blue car. Two hours later, the same car was used in a hotel robbery. Freeman threatened the hotel manager, demanding cash and cigarettes. A Sydney woman has an injured during a car jacking. She was getting out of the vehicle in the driveway when she was hit on the head and knocked unconscious. The attack left with the victim's convertible. The woman suffered head injuries and was taken to Liverpool Hospital. A five and is in place for part of NSW today, with hot and windy conditions forecast. -- fire ban. Authorities are urging people to report a net buyers and have their personal bushfire survival plan in place. The death of Damian Leeding shocked the entire country. A dedicated officer, callously gunned down while serving the public. Yesterday, there was justice. His killers were found guilty of murder. This is how the mother reacted to the verdict.Damian Leeding was doing his job. He will be remembered by those who loved him as a true hero. We would like to thank the Crown, police and jury and all involved for the fight for justice.Damian Leeding's father, ,

and Kylie joined me now. Describe the emotions you felt yesterday. -- colleague.

We were reliving everything that happened two years ago. It was absolute relief. Justice seemed to be done. You can rest in peace now, mate. We will look after your little boy and little girl.Let us get on with it. How is Sonia Golding?Is she OK? She is doing very well at the moment. She is enjoying the job still. Just seeing her out there with all of the other police officers is enough to keep a standing and smiling.She is an amazing and strong woman. How are the kids?Hudson remembers Damian Leeding more than grace does. He talks about his father. It is gutwrenching. We keep them standing. In propping him up as he goes along. Sometime soon, he'll be standing up for, talking about his father.In the weeks following the death, I remember that Damian Leeding promised you something. Would you remind the viewers what that was.We were having a beer, watching TV all day. There were hold-ups on the Gold Coast. I said, when will you stop? He said, did not worry. One day, we will get the bustards.Let us move on.How satisfying is that to see? It was better than a cold beer, let me tell you.Fourth, I know how hard it was for Damian Leeding's colleagues. It was hard for investigators to investigate a murder of one of their own.Yes. AA the hardest thing I have done in my four decades of policing. Add to relieve some people in the motive and require them to stand down, due to one of their colleagues. This is a tragic thing about policing, investigating our own. The Gold Coast detectives and Logan detectives and state Homicide Squad with frantic experts did a fantastic job. A first investigation. -- forensic experts. Sadly, Damian Leeding is our 139 police officer in Queensland Police history to lose his life in the very brave and parodic deeds performed that night. -- heroic deeds.This Sunday is a special day. I never Damian Leeding will be in everyone's thoughts.National Police Remembrance Day is this Sunday. We have put the eternal flame here at the police Academy. This is where Damian Leeding graduated many years ago. Many years of history and culture here. We remember all of our fallen officers that pay the ultimate sacrifice, looking after the communities.What would you like people at home to about Damian Leeding and his legacy?He was just a great bloke. An everyday bloke. A great father and great husband. Little Hudson is his claim. -- clone.

He looked me straight in the eye. He said, it is a great job. I said, you know you are your son's clone. We have done a good job. But Damian Leeding, he was always going to be in our thoughts. We are keeping our feet in the sand. We'll just talk about the man.You have done a tremendous job supporting the family. Rapid your arms around Sonia and the kids for us. Thank you.

Authorities in Kenya are still battling the terrorists who stormed a shopping mall on the weekend, then at least 62. An Australian architect, Ross Langdon, and his pregnant wife has been confirmed overnight as being among the casualties. Our correspondent has more.

It was an all-out gunfight as the Kenyan special Forces tried to take on the terrorists, trying to neutralise them. Gunfire all around the shopping mall. It is fairly clear it is still an ongoing operation. Things have been quiet for the past couple of hours. We do not know how many terrorists are still inside. We do not know how many hostages are still inside. Kenyan authorities say very few. We cannot be sure. Tony Abbott ordered a second Navy warship to patrol the Indonesian border to stop the boats. It comes amid ongoing criticism of the Government's approach of alerting the public of boat arrivals under its new hardline stance on asylum seekers. The coalition will not reveal when or if someone sick of those are turned around under Operation Sovereign Borders. Prince Harry is heading Down Under. Our correspondent has more. He is heading to Sydney. Fantastic news.Why is he coming? He is here to find a bright. Not really.We can live in hope.He is actually here for the navy's fleet review. It is expected to take place on Sydney how. It will be an incredible show. The mandate is Saturday, October five. Harry will be aboard a vessel. Get your binoculars out. He'll be with the Prime Minister and Governor-General, watching their festivities onboard. We are expecting 40 warships, 19 tall ships. 80,000 navy personnel from around 20 different countries. The spectacular light and fireworks show. It will be launched from buildings and warships. Projections on the Sydney Opera House. Aircraft flying overhead. It would be an incredible show. As Harry will be front and centre. He's also going to a reception at Kirribilli with the Prime Minister. He will also go to Perth during his visit. He has been to Australia before. He went to Queensland during his gap year in 2003. This is his first official visit. He will be representing the Queen. A lot of excited people out there. This week, it has been about One Direction and Harry Styles. Next week, Prince Harry.Plenty of bridal contenders out there. You might not remember this, kids, but your grip parents and grandparents will. It has been 30 years since Australia won the America's Cup. Perhaps, arguably, our greatest sporting achievement. It broke the US's long string hold on the prestigious title. The longest winning streak in the history of sport. It cemented Australia as a global sporting force. Alan Bond bankrolled 'Australia II'. In a rare interview, he spoke with us about the win which almost never was.

1983, Eureka. Australia beat America at its own game. 30 years on, the victory is still sweet Alan Bond.At one stage, it looked like we would never win it. And then we did. It was just a great moment for the whole of Australia.Alan Bond took on the challenge after a phone call from a media mogul.He said, look, I have had a go at this event. I want you to take it over. You are the right person to win it. For 132 years, America and the cup. In 1983, Australia came with macro