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(generated from captions) SAM ARMYTAGE: This morning -
car bomb attack. A man in burning vehicle
packed with gas bottles and fuel rams into a Sydney police station. We're live as they search for
a motive for this terrifying strike. DAVID KOCH: Breaking overnight -
extraordinary rescue. Diggers land their army chopper
to pull a man from a burning car north-west of Brisbane. New developments - Russia's Rio ban. The country's athletes lose their
fight to compete at the Olympics. Plus, united fight - Prince Harry
and Elton John team up to beat AIDs. Also this morning -
by George, he's three. We're live to London as the little
prince celebrates his birthday. Plus, the street sign vigilante. She's taking the law in into her own
hands, to keep her grandkids safe. And the first lady of soul -
Michelle Obama in Carpool Karaoke on Friday 22 July 2016.

# Ooh, baby # Here I am, signed, sealed,
delivered, I'm yours. #

Live from Brekky Central,
this is Sunrise with Kochie and Sam. Hello and welcome to Friday. More of Michelle Obama belting out
the hits soon on Sunrise. Also this morning -
seeing is believing. The undisputed king of magic,
Dynamo, joins us live and exclusive
with a major announcement.

Kids love him, they watch his TV show. So he is coming up.Let's begin with the news. Here is Nat. Senior police say it's too early
to determine a motive for an attack on a Sydney police
station last night which triggered
a full-scale emergency. The Bomb Squad was called in when a man rammed a car packed with
gas bottles into a security door. Seven News reporter Ashlea Brown
is at Merrylands police station. And Jessica Dietrich is
at Royal North Shore Hospital. Ash, what's happening there
this morning?

Good morning, Merrylands police stationery mains closed. Memorial Avenue is blocked off to the public, as police try and investigate the motive to this attack. What we know is around 7 o'clock, a 61-year-old man presented himself here to the station and an officer spotted that he was acting suspiciously. So he approached this man. It was at that point that he set himself and his car alight. This triggered evacuations fears, fierce fears of an explosion. Those officers evacuated the area but they also had concerns for this man's safety: The car had burst na flames, a couple of officers dragged the man to safety risking their own lives. It's very concerning. Like, this is a serious incident. The police reacted very bravely. And it's just a miracle that nobody else was seriously injured.Forensic investigators spent the night here at Merrylands police station collecting evidence as they try to determine what the motive was for this disturbing attack. Those officers are being praised as heros and they will be given all the support they need. Right now there is a officer on guard. This police station and others are on high alert, Nat. Jess, let's go to you help topt. How is the suspect doing this morning?-- he suffered severe Burns to the front of his body, including his face, arms and stomach. He was taken here to Royal North Shore Hospital with a police escort. We understand he remains under police guard being treated in the severe burns European it here. He is in a stable condition. It is fortunate that none of those police officers or anyone passing by was injured last night. Those officers were very brave, approaching that burning car, not knowing if it was going to blow up on them while they pull that a man ung conscious saving his life. They are here already, speaking with doctors to get a condition update on him. We do know this was a very deliberate attack. He did intend to harm himself and harm others. He is very well known to others. He has a long history of mental illness. We will bring you any updates on this story throughout the morning. Two Australian soldiers have made
an incredible rescue overnight, dragging an elderly man
from his burning car on a rural road
north-west of Brisbane. Live to Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper at Royal Brisbane Hospital. Michelle, how did the crew spot
the driver?

Good morning, Nat. It's pretty incredible, the two Army helicopter pilots were conducting training exercises out aroond Toowoomba about 90 minutes west of Brisbane when they saw a car on fire on a remote road. Then they came in closer and they noticed this 85-year-old man hanging out the window, trying to escape. They managed to land the chopper nearby and pull this man from the burning wreck and minutes later, the car was engulfed in flames. He was brought here for treatment. He suffered burns to 50% of his body, he is very lucky to be alive thanks to the bravery of these soldiers. Emergency services
have rescued a man who was trapped after his car
crashed and rolled onto power lines last night.

The 30-year-old driver
is believed to have careered from Christina Road, Villawood
around 11:30pm. Firefighters eventually freed
the man, who was taken to Liverpool Hospital
with non-life threatening injuries.

Firefighters are working
to contain a blaze at a car parts dealership
in Melbourne. Sunrise correspondent Nathan
Templeton is at Campbellfield. Good morning, Nathan. It's caused a lot of damage.

Absolutely, Nat, this was a monster fire and the early estimates are that there is more than $3 million of damage. It started just before 9 o'clock last night and a large number of crews are still here on the scene, getting it under control and trying to keep the area safe. This is an auto parts dealer. It's understood that the rear part of the premises is the wrecking yard and then they sell the parts out the front. A very large building. It looks like most of it will be destroyed. There are at least 50 firefighters attempting to get that blaze under control. They had to close down Sydney Road here at Campbellfield which is a very, very busy road just north of the city. As you might have noticed. There is a little bit of rain here. It's not great for us but hopefully that might help the fieries a little bit in their efforts.Let's hope so. Thank you, Nathan. Fire crews have managed
to extinguish a blaze that severely damaged
a meat processing factory in Sydney's inner west. The fire broke out in the Marrickville family business
just after 5:00 yesterday afternoon and burned out of control. It quickly spread throughout
the building and caused minor damage
to neighbouring businesses. We just heard that there was an
explosion and it was on fire. It's just devastating.
It's really, really, really awful. The cause is yet to be determined. Russian track and field athletes have been banned
from competing at the Rio Olympics after they lost an appeal. 68 athletes were banned
from competition last year over claims
of state-sponsored doping. Athletes including Usain Bolt
have endorsed the decision by The Court of Arbitration
for Sport, to uphold the ban. If you have the proof
and you catch somebody, I definitely feel
you should take action. And if you feel banning the
whole team is the right action then...I'm all for it.

It could influence
the IOC's decision on whether the entire Russian
Olympic team is banned from competing. Some significant shifts are expected
in Labor's federal frontbench with the party's first post-election
Caucus meeting to be held later today. Political reporter Amelia Brace
is in Canberra. Amelia, what changes could play out?

Good morning, Nat.

Good morning, Nat. It is expected to play out as a classic factional war between the left and right of the party. As you mentioned, Labor's caucus will meet her in Canberra later this morning to decide on its frontbench. The right is expected to get 15 positions, leaving 14 to the left. But a bitter dispute has erupted over moves to dump veteran left Senator, Kim Carr in favour of newly elected Linda burny who is the first Indigenous woman in the lower house. It is believed 12 members of Labor's left have threatened to formally slight split from that fashion if the higher higher education and shadow minister is not reinstated. It's a big headache headache for a hero of the right, Bill Shorten who may be forced to intervene in the process to avoid a an embarrassing internal dispute. Thank you, Senator Ted Cruz has defended
his refusal to endorse Donald Trump Thank you, Amelia. at the Republican Convention
in Cleveland, Ohio. Seven News US bureau chief Mike Amor
is there.

This normally is the stadium that Le Bron James calls home, to borrow a basketball terminology, Donald Trump really needs a slam dunk in a few hours time. We saw him a little while ago on the stage, taking his final speech walk through with his daughter who will introduce him. Trump has made many big speeches, no doubt this will be the biggest. He needs to snatch back the limelight stolen by Ted Cruz who was booed after he refused to endorse Donald TrumpStand and speak and vote your conscious, vote for candidates up and down the tickets.Instead of apologying, he doubled down. He called his wife -- Trump said his wife was ugly and. ThatThat was not a blanket commitment, if you go and attack Heidi, that I am going to come like a certificate vial puppy dog and say "Thank you very much formal Ianing my wife and maligning my father." GoesThere has been a disastrous convention so far for Donald Trump and the Republican Party. Proving that the party has been divided by his nomination. That will be one of the big challenges for the billionaire when he takes to the stage behind me in a few hours that he can unify the Republicans as they go up against Hillary Clinton. America's First Lady has shown
off her singing skills, joining US talk show host
James Corden for his popular segment
Carpool Karaoke. Corden was grilled by security
before Michelle stepped in to give him a tour
of the White House grounds. This is the Oval Office.
(GASPS) My husband is in there somewhere. Is he in there right now? Oh, he'd better be.
That's where he said he was. The 52-year-old blasted the tunes, admitting she hasn't listened
to loud music in the car since Barack was elected in 2009. # Ooh, baby # Here I am # Signed, sealed, delivered,
I'm yours. # The pair was also joined
by rapper Missy Elliott for a rendition of
This Is For My Girls.

Very cute.

Very cute. I think Michelle also said she hadn't sat in the front of a car since Barack was elected. That's very cool. She has been teaching the eldest Malia, the eldest daughter to drive, I think so she is back in the front seat. That would be funny. Now to today's weather from
the beautiful alpine town of Jasper, in Canada.

Good morning guy, another visual delight for your Friday today. We are very excited to show off this one as well. We are at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. We are doing this with the Rocky Mountaineer going across western can day. It's called the forest to gold race route. We have got a lot to share for your Friday morning. Let's check your weather around Australia. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's
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A very heavy winds exceeding 90km/h in parts of NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. So be aware of. If you are out and about this morning. We will be back with more in half an hour. Hold on to your hats. In just a moment - Usain Bolt promises
to make history at the Rio Olympics. Plus, an injury scare
for Johnathan Thurston sours the Cowboys' big win
over the Bulldogs. Also ahead -
tenants taking back the power. How you can the best deal on rent,
and resolve disputes quickly. And why women are more likely
to text behind the wheel.

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Cowboys superstar Johnathan Thurston
is in doubt for next week's top-of-the-table
showdown with the Storm. Thurston will have scans today
after injuring his hamstring early in the second half of last
night's win over the Bulldogs. We've got a longer turnaround
into the Storm game which will be a big one for us
here again next week. So, um, yeah, but we won't
be taking any unnecessary risks. With the Origin period behind them, reigning premiers bounced back to
their brilliant best in Townsville, running in seven tries. Winger Antonio Winterstein bagged
a hat-trick in the 36-0 thrashing.

North Melbourne will be without star
forward Jarrad Waite in tonight's clash against
Collingwood at Etihad Stadium which is live on Seven and 7mate. Waite's absence with a hip injury is
a huge blow to the Kangaroos' hopes of ending their 5-game
losing streak. The Pies welcome back forward
Alex Fasolo in a match they must win to keep
their faint finals hopes alive. Meantime, the Adelaide Crows have
locked in star forward Josh Jenkins until the end of 2021. And West Coast midfielder
Andrew Gaff has re-signed
for a further two years. The Brumbies' Super Rugby title
hopes go on the line in Canberra tonight
in a cut-throat quarterfinal against reigning champions
the Highlanders. Champion flanker David Pocock
returns to the starting side after missing six weeks
with a fractured eye socket. The Brumbies are the only Australian
team left in the competition.

The world's fastest man,
Usain Bolt, says he's over a hamstring strain and on track for another golden
three-peat at the Rio Olympics. This is where history's
going to be made. I'm looking forward to going down
there and doing my best and putting on a show for
the whole entire world to see. Bolt returns to the track at the Anniversary Games in London
this weekend - his final meet before Rio.

Some riders struggled in Stage 18
of the Tour de France overnight but Chris Froome just kept powering
towards his third win in the world's
most famous bike race. He won the time trial to extend his
lead to 3 minutes and 52 seconds. Aussie Richie Porte came in fourth
and remains sixth overall.

Still a petty qua good chance to make it on to the podium.That's confidence.Don't you put the mocha on him. He is going OK. I am just keeping a lid on it. Le lid on it. Keep le lid on.

Still to come - monster fire. Residents warned about smoke dangers
from a ferocious Melbourne blaze. Plus, welcome to Toon town. The Aussie family living life
as comic book heroes. And Michelle Obama sings Beyonce
for Carpool Karaoke.

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James Corden has taken
some big names for a ride on his show Carpool Karaoke,
but none as big as his latest guest. Michelle Obama jumped on board. The First Lady revealed she has only sat up front twice
in the past eight years when daughter Malia
learned how to drive. And she relished the chance
to pick the tunes. # Like a fool I went
and stayed too long. # (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) # Now I'm wondering if your love's
still strong # Ooh, baby, here I am # Signed, sealed, delivered,
I'm yours # 'Cause if you liked it then you
should have put a ring on it # If you liked it then you shoulda
put a ring on it # Don't be mad once you see that
he want it # If you liked it then you
shoulda put a ring on it. # Do you know the dance? # Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh,
oh-oh-oh, oh-oh # Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh,
oh-oh-oh, Oh-oh. # In between songs, Obama and
Corden spoke about Snapchat, life after the White House and the First Lady's girls'
education initiative.

We will bring you more of that later on. It earned standing ovations at
every performance last year and now Rolling Thunder Vietnam
is back with a national tour. The concert drama combines personal stories of young
Vietnam War soldiers with some of the greatest rock songs
ever written, including classics by Creedence
Clearwater Revival, Joe Cocker and Santana. It stars Australian Idol winner
Wes Carr and Ben Mingay. The tour kicks off in Melbourne
tomorrow and coincides
with the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan.

Go to the Sunrise website
for ticket details. The Divergent movie series will diverge from the big screen
to the small screen for its final instalment. Ascendant was originally supposed
to hit theatres next June but has been rejigged after
disappointing box office figures from the franchise's third movie. It will be turned
into a television movie. The plan is to wrap up storylines
with the current cast before introducing a new one that
could lead to a spinoff series. It's still unknown whether its
stars, including Shailene Woodley,
Theo James and Miles Teller, will return for the new format. If you're a Game of Thrones fan,
a gamer or both, you'll love this news. Kit Harrington, who plays popular
character Jon Snow on the hit TV series, has landed a new role,
in a video game. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is
set in space, in the distant future. And Harrington plays the villain. That was the first
thing that excited me about it.

I kind ever came into the room thinking, I will do this Victorian able thing. As it went on, it become a very interesting role like all best villains. Psychotic and unpredictable. I really enjoyed playing psychotic and unpredictable. Call of Duty is the highest selling
game franchise of all time. Infinite Warfare launches
on November 4.

unpredictable.I am so surprised how short he is.He is up to here. Everybody wants to be John snow. He has the courage.Doesn't he He is disappointing when you love them on screen and then you meet them and they are like 5 foot. Imagine what those cameras do.Let's look at the papers, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Telegraph
says "Car bomb cop attack". It reports a man with a history
of mental illness set his car alight and rammed it into
Merrylands police station in Sydney. He remains under guard in hospital. The Australian reports Malcolm Turnbull and Barnaby Joyce
are facing further divisions in the Coalition. Mr Joyce has been forced to stop
Queensland's Liberal National Party setting up a separate party room
in Canberra. The West Australian reports the driver of a car that crashed
into a taxi in Perth, killing the cabbie, suffered a fit which made him act
like he was asleep. He's been jailed for five years, after pleading guilty
to manslaughter. The Herald Sun says,
"Jailhouse Blue". Former Carlton footballer
Nick Stevens has spent his first night behind
bars for savage domestic violence after losing his fight
to avoid jail. And the NT News says,
"toaster melted my dentures". Darwin woman Michelle Fidock,
says her dentures fell out into a commercial toaster
at SkyCity Casino.

Imagine a toed cross avent coming out with a set of dentures.Have you seen those commercial toasters, if you can't get your dentures out. You are leaning overlooking to see maybe. I don't know.How do they fall out? Well done, NT News, you've done it again for Friday. They are all serious, serious, the dentures fell in the toaster! These are our top stories on Sunrise. This morning - car bomb attack. A man in burning vehicle
packed with gas bottles and fuel rams into a Sydney police station. We're live as they search for
a motive for this terrifying strike. Breaking overnight -
extraordinary rescue. Diggers land their army chopper
to pull a man from a burning car north-west of Brisbane. New this morning - ferocious blaze. Fire destroys a building
in Melbourne's north as residents are warned
about dangerous smoke. Plus, united fight - Prince Harry
and Elton John team up to beat AIDs. Also this morning -
by George, he's three. We're live to London as the little
prince celebrates his birthday. Plus, the street sign vigilante. She's taking the law in into her own
hands, to keep her grandkids safe. And the first lady of soul -
Michelle Obama in Carpool Karaoke on Friday 22 July 2016. # Ooh, baby # Here I am, signed, sealed,
delivered, I'm yours. #

SONG: # Reach out for the sunrise Live from Brekky Central,
this is Sunrise with Kochie and Sam. are our top stories on Sunrise. A little bit of Michelle Obama singing.We will find out what James Corden really does.

James Corden really does. We only see him sitting in the car singing with somebody.He has a late night show in mesh?He has a show. Does he do anything else on the show. It's like a Letterman.Is it any good?He has a stage background, he is a good singer.He hosted the Tony Awards, is that what they are called? I am not musical.Don't sell yourself short, Sam.I am shocked!

The undisputed king of magic,
Dynamo, joins us live and exclusive
with a major announcement. A man has been arrested
after setting himself on fire and allegedly ramming a car
packed with gas bottles into a police station in Merrylands, sparking a full-scale emergency. The Bomb Squad was called in when the man became jammed
under security door. Seven News reporter Ashlea Brown
is at Merrylands police station. And Jessica Dietrich
is at Royal North Shore Hospital. Ash, what do we know
about the suspect?

Nat beings we do know that he is well known to police. This 61-year-old man, at about 7 o'clock last night, the 61-year-old was spotted outside Merrylands police station. He was acting suspiciously so an officer has approached him. It was at that moment it's believed that he set himself and his car on fire. The car burst into flames and it lurched forward, crashing into the security shutters of the carpark at Merrylands police station. Officers raced in and extinguished this blaze but there were serious concerns of an explosion given gas bottles were inside this car. Police evacuated the area but as this emergency was unfolding, there were serious concerns for the 61-year-old's safety who was seriously injured inside. A number of officers risked their own lives to drag him to safety.It's very concerning. This is a serious incident. The police reacted very bravely and it's just you know, a miracle that nobody else was seriously injured.The motive for this terrifying attack remains unclear. Police do say that this man has a lengthy history of mental illness and he is known to them and he is known to have grievances with the NSW Police force. Merrylands police stationery mains a crime scene. Memorial -- police stationery mains a crime scene. That vehicle will be examined and act a exactly why this man took such terrifying actions, Nat. Jess, you are at the hospital this morning. How is he doing?Nat, he is now in a stable condition but he suffered have severe burns to the front of his body, particularly his face, his stomach and his arms and legs. He was taken here by ambulance along with a police escort. We understand he remains under police guard as he is treated in the specialist burns unit here. It is fortunate that no police officers or anyone passing by was injured as well. Those officers really were very brave, approaching that burning car. Not knowing if it was going to blow up on them as they pulled that man unconscious from the driver's seat. He is here at the hospital being treated as I say. They do believe this was a very sleb rat attack. He did intend on harming himself and others. Just a couple of days ago, we had five police officers injured in a very similar situation involving mental illness, Nat. A ferocious blaze has ripped through
a car parts dealership in Melbourne. Sunrise correspondent Nathan
Templeton is at Campbellfield. Good morning, Nathan. Fire crews are still at the scene.

Yes, they are. This has been an eenormous operation, the blaze started just before 9 o'clock last night. 55 firefighters, about a dozen trucks and the aerial unit attended. They got things under control around about midnight but they are still here ensuring the area is safe. This is an auto parts dealer. There was a wrecking yard out the back. There would be dozens of cars there. Police closed down a very busy road here, Sydney Road in Campbell felled to the north of the city. As these witnesses described, it was a -- Campbell felled, it was a very dangerous it was a -- Campbell felled, it was
a very dangerous situation.The flames got bigger and bigger.They got about five storeys high. Pretty big.A few cars caught on fire.A lot of Sparks and explosions.A few cars exploding. lot of Sparks and explosions.A few
cars exploding. lot of Sparks and explosions.A few
cars exploding.This rain this morning should help guard against any flare ups but it is making the clean up operation even more difficult. Investigators are about to arrive on the scene to work out how this started. Thank you very much, Nathan. Two Australian soldiers have made
an incredible rescue overnight, dragging an elderly man
from his burning car on a rural road
north-west of Brisbane.

Live to Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper at Royal Brisbane Hospital. Michelle, what's his condition?

Nat, the 85-year-old man is in a serious but stable condition. He has burns to about 50% of his body but obviously a very lucky escape for him. but obviously a very lucky escape
for him.Thankfully, there was Army helicopter doing a training run overhead. They observed the car on fire at about quarter past 7. She has grabbed him out, removed him from the quantum meruit, taken him to the other side of the road. At that time, the car has exploded. to the other side of the road. At
that time, the car has exploded. The man had been driving along a remote road about 90 minutes west of Brisbane when his car slid into a tree and then down a bit of a gully. He is now recovering here in hospital thanks to the bravery of not only the two soldiers but also the paramedics and the CareFlight team, Nat.Amazing job there from the soldiers. Thank you very much, Michelle. French prosecutors say the man behind the deadly Bastille
Day attack was not working alone and had been plotting the attack
for months. It's believed four men and a woman were involved
in the preparation of the attack which killed 84 people. The suspects are now in custody, facing terrorism charges for
their alleged roles in the attack.

It's a special day
for the royals today with Prince George
celebrating his third birthday. The royal family
is expected to gather for a tea party at
their country home in Norfolk. Prince George has had a busy year - starting nursery school,
meeting US President Barack Obama and attending his first official
royal engagement

at an air force base in the UK. New pictures of the cute and cheeky
toddler prince are expected to be released
to celebrate the occasion.

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The Cowboys are confident a hamstring injury suffered by
Johnathan Thurston in last night's big win over
the Bulldogs is only minor. The North Queensland skipper
needs scans today after being forced from the field
early in the second half. Not too bad.

Just more precautionary
than anything. Just felt a bit of a twinge. It's not too bad as hamstrings go, it's not like he was running along
and just stopped straight away. The reigning premiers snapped
Canterbury's 4-game winning streak with a ruthless display
in Townsville. Winger Antonio Winterstein scored
three of the home side's seven tries in the 36-0 thrashing.

It's do-or-die for Collingwood in tonight's match against
struggling North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium. The Pies need to win
to keep their finals hopes alive and will be boosted by the return
of lively forward Alex Fasolo. The Kangaroos' hopes of ending their
5-match losing run have been dealt another blow with Jarrad Waite succumbing
to hip soreness. Tonight's match is live
and free on Seven and 7mate. Showing off the band-aid
from his latest drug test, sprint king Usain Bolt
has backed the decision to ban Russian track and field
athletes from the Rio Olympics for state-sanctioned doping. It's a good message to show that, "Listen, if you cheat or you go
against the rules "then we're gonna take
serious action." This will scare a lot of people,
send a strong message. Bolt says he's over
a hamstring strain and on track to finish
his glittering career with three more gold medals in Rio.

Sharp corners caught some riders
by surprise in Stage 18 of the Tour de France. Reigning champion Chris Froome won
the time trial to extend his lead to a seemingly unassailable
3 minutes and 52 seconds. Aussie Richie Porte finished fourth
and remains sixth overall. Looking good, Richie.

Looking good, Richie.Let's go to Canada and the town of Jasper where Sam Mac is this morning.Hello guys, this is lake Bouvere. Pretty Green is what that translates to. Can they wave and canoe at the same time? They are very subtle with their acting skills over here. It is a magnificent location. We are very excited to be here at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. Can you wave as well. Impressive, impressive. We are going show new a moment one of the key things was to see a bear IRL, in real life. In a moment, we will tell you about that, let's check your weather around Australia. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's
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Cold fronts are bringing bursts
of strong winds and showers to western and southern Western
Australia. A trough is generating
unseasonably warm winds over the central and eastern states, plus showers in South Australia,
Tasmania and Victoria. A trough in the east
is only causing the odd light shower in New South Wales and Queensland.

Brisbane -
partly cloudy. Possible late rain
and windy for Sydney. Rain and very windy
for Canberra. Melbourne - a few showers
and windy. Showers easing
for Hobart. Adelaide - showers
and becoming windy. Possible showers
for Perth. And Darwin -
mostly sunny.

We have had an incredible week in Canada doing it by train on the Rocky Mountaineer. Doing it in style. One of the key things that I wanted to do. I think most people, it's like when people come to Australia beings they want to see a kangaroo. I wanted to see a bear in real life. We were lucky enough on the way here to see one up close. We managed to get the camera out and get some shots of a black bear in the Jasper National Park. Yes, you are so close in the Jasper National Park. Yes,
you are so close to them. They are very fast. You have to keep a good distance. You don't want to bother them. I have a special rule, make sure there is a cameraman between you and the bear at all times. Thank you and the bear at all times.
Thank you, to you and the bear at all times.
Thank you, to Trent. Very special to see a bear in real life up close. Another tick off the list. We will be back here with more in about half an hour.Thank you, Sam. Coming up - life lessons. Should students learn about the
dangers of credit cards in class? Plus threat to Rio - Terror suspects rounded up
in Brazil, just days from the Games. Then, Prince Harry and Sir Elton
John on a mission to save lives, together. You're watching Sunrise on Seven.

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about half an hour.Thank you, Sam.
The Dow Jones snapped it's hen-day winning street. Some of the prfts from the airlines and Intel dragged the markets down.

New job market figures have
revealed some positive signs. Tom Piotrowski is at CommSec.
Morning. Tom, what age groups are
jumping back into the workforce? Ofits

This is really good news. Younger Australians are

Australians are jumping back into the workforce, there are jobs for them.It's always important to see young people getting employment. That's precisely what happened in the last 12 months. We saw almost 13,500 young people get a job. That was a fall in that group between the ages of 15 and 19 of 9%. Which is the biggest decline in about 17 years. At the same time, we have got record participation of older people in the workforce as well. That's important. And the unemployment rate on average is at a two year low. So there is a lot of positives where employment is concerned but we don't necessarily hear all that much about but these detailed employment numbers give us a better insight into.Thank you for that, Tom. Sam, some historic news.Yes, Kochie.The world's last remaining producer of VCRs is going to stop the production.That is really is flogging a dead horse. Funnily enough, the other interesting thing, last year, they sold 750,000 of them.Who to? Probably people who still wanted sort of beta versions.To watch their old beta tapes.That was a cracking alternative. They used to sell 15 million a year. So sales have been waning. You have to get into DVDs, fellows.Get with the times.A

Ahead this Friday -
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An alarming new study shows
women are far worse than men when it comes
to texting while driving. The Griffith University research
found this was due a woman's need
to stay in touch and be social. It also found
25% of young adults felt they could avoid being distracted,
while texting and driving. Meanwhile, the Transport
Accident Commission has released a bizarre new character
in its latest road safety campaign. Graham is a grotesque
crash-proof human, who represents what a person
would look like if we were built to withstand
the force a car crash.

Driving expert Russell White
joins us now from the Gold Coast. Good morning, Russell.

Some would say it's a little odd that it's the women and younger
drivers and not the men, who think they are more invincible
on the roads

Yeah, I

Yeah, I think what it means always comes back to, maybe there is a perception out there or the general belief in the public, that somehow ladies seems to be able to multi-task. The fact is, as human beings, regardless of what gender we are, we can't deal with two things at once cog Nat Tivoli. We will handle things in a sequence so when it comes to driving, the problem with texting is it takes you from being broad and externally focused to being very narrow and internally focused. On the road, that's a big problem.Texting is the new lipstick. It's more dangerous than that, at least with lipstick, you are looking forward. Everybody should not text in the car. The Transport Accident Commission has released this bizarre new Adlington campaign. It's a bit random. What is it trying to tell usIt is a little bit out there. What it is trying to do is to look differently about I guess how frail we are at human beings. That's the main point I think they are trying to get across. If we were to evolve to a species to be able to with stand severe impacts. We would have to look very different to what we are now. I think what we are trying to do with this particular campaign is to try and get us to think about that frailty and to understand that as human, we really can't with stand very much of an impact. I think as bit out there. There is no doubt about. One of the things we have to try and do when we are talking about road safety to look people to look beyond the traditional type of things. These sorts of campaigns, you know, are something that are good in terms of getting the conversation started. And probably a good thing thank heaven's we don't all look like Graham.When you put it like that, it makes you think. Thank you for that, Russell.You have a good trick with your phone. You were telling meabout? I keep my handbag on the back seat now so there is no temptation. I havedown butterflied texting and driving and paid the fine and took the points apd I was -- I butterflied. I was at the traffic lights when I got butterfly paso doble. So the

When I got busted. Straight ahead on Sunrise -
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It's news time now with Nat. A man is under police guard
in hospital after allegedly ramming a car
packed with gas bottles into a Sydney police station
in a targeted attack. Seven News reporter Ashlea Brown
joins us live from Merrylands police station. Ashlea, have any charges been laid?

Not

Not yet, Nat. His medical treatment is the priority at the moment. The 61-year-old was taken by road ambulance with a police escort to Royal North Shore Hospital last night. He suffered severe burns to the front of his body and he is now in a stable condition. There is a specialist burns unit there at the hospital so that's where he is being treated right now. Police say it's incredibly lucky that nobody else was seriously injured or killed in this deliberate attack aagainst the NSW Police force. Wedged under a roller door, a burnt-out car which was rammed
into Merrylands police station. I heard a big bang, a big sound like someone screaming.

We seen a car go down into
the car park of the police station. Then there was all this commotion,
people were running towards us. An officer had approached the driver
because he was acting suspiciously.

That's when he set himself
and his car alight. It lurched forward, smashing
into the security shutters. Coppers were coming out with an
extinguisher and was yelling and was telling him
to get out of the car. He refused to get out of the car
and then we heard taser shots. The car contained gas cylinders
and fuel, triggering fears of an explosion. Police evacuated the station
and locked down surrounding streets. But they were also worried
for the offender's safety. By this stage, he was unconscious. The officers were very, very brave. They've approached the vehicle. I understand the vehicle still had an amount of accelerant,
fuel perhaps, in the vehicle. They dragged him from the car and he was taken to hospital
with serious burns. But the risk wasn't over. The Bomb Squad was called in
and firefighters were on standby as detectives tried to work out
what triggered the attack. Look, we don't know what
the motivation was at this stage. We're trying to work through
all of that. There's nothing to indicate this
is in any related to terrorism. Police say it's a miracle no officers or members of the public
were injured but they remain on high alert.

The police stationery mains closed to the public. Memorial Avenue is still blocked off and officers are guarding the police station. The police force remains on high alert as they try to work out exactly the motive behind this attack, Nat. Thank you A huge fire has ripped through
a car parts dealership Thank you very much, in Melbourne overnight. It started at Hyon All Parts
just before 9:00 last night. Dozens of firefighters worked
through the night as the ferocious blaze
raged out of control. The fire is believed to have caused
around $3.5 million damage. Crews are still at the scene
this morning, containing any flare ups
and trying to determine the cause. Two army helicopter pilots
are being praised after rescuing an elderly driver
from a burning car. The crew were training above Cooyar,
north-west of Brisbane, when they spotted an accident
on the road below. They brought the chopper down
in a paddock before racing to drag
the 85-year-old from his crashed vehicle.

She grabbed him out
the rest of the way. When she got him
across the edge of the road and the car exploded into flames. The driver was taken to
Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital with burns to his face and body. A man has had to be rescued
after crashing his car which then rolled onto power lines
in Sydney, last night. The 30-year-old driver
was travelling on Christina Road at Villawood
around 11:30 when he lost control. Firefighters eventually freed
the man. He was taken to Liverpool Hospital
with non-life threatening injuries. 10 men have been arrested in Brazil, accused of planning
a terror attack at the Rio Olympics. They were all Brazilian citizens and were tracked through messaging
apps like Whatsapp and Telegram. Police say they didn't have direct
contact with Islamic State but some of them made declarations
of allegiance to the Islamist group. One allegedly ordered an AK-47
in preparation for the attack.

That's the trouble, everyone latching on to ISIS. Beretts has sport now. Sunrise sport brought to you
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Cowboys superstar Johnathan Thurston
is in doubt for next week's top-of-the-table
showdown with the Storm. Thurston will have scans today
after injuring his hamstring early in the second half of last
night's win over the Bulldogs. We've got a longer turnaround
into the Storm game which will be a big one for us
here again next week. So, um, yeah, but we won't
be taking any unnecessary risks. With the Origin period behind them, reigning premiers bounced back to
their brilliant best in Townsville, running in seven tries. Winger Antonio Winterstein bagged
a hat-trick in the 36-0 thrashing.

North Melbourne will be without star
forward Jarrad Waite in tonight's clash against
Collingwood at Etihad Stadium which is live on Seven and 7mate. Waite's absence with a hip injury is
a huge blow to the Kangaroos' hopes of ending their 5-game
losing streak. The Pies welcome back forward
Alex Fasolo in a match they must win to keep
their faint finals hopes alive. Meantime, the Adelaide Crows have
locked in star forward Josh Jenkins until the end of 2021. And West Coast midfielder
Andrew Gaff has re-signed for
a further two years.

The Brumbies' Super Rugby title
hopes go on the line in Canberra tonight
in a cut-throat quarterfinal against reigning titleholders
the Highlanders. Champion flanker David Pocock
returns to the starting side after missing six weeks
with a fractured eye socket. The Brumbies are the only Australian
team left in the competition.

As Sam often says,"Go Brumbies." Yes, go Brumbies, they have had a few not so good weeks. Bring it home. Sam has today's weather from the mountain town of Jasper in Canada. That's right. We are at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. It is stunning. Some of the biggest names in the world, even royalty have stayed here, including the Queen, has stayed here back in the day. Marlon Monroe, and Miley Cyrus. I believe we have a photo of Miley. I think they break up every couple of hours. I am not sure if she is still with the Hemsworth. How about this. They have - good, they have an on duty dog at all times. This is Stanley. A an on duty dog at all times. This
is Stanley. A black lab, Stanley Be a good dog on TV. Give me your paw, yes, you get a treat for. Good dog. Works 9-5. He has worked here for about three or four years. The great thing about three or four years. The
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Cold fronts are bringing bursts
of strong winds and showers to western and southern
Western Australia. A trough is generating unseasonably
warm winds over the central and eastern states, plus showers in South Australia,
Tasmania and Victoria.

A trough in the east
is only causing the odd light shower in New South Wales and Queensland. Brisbane today - partly cloudy. Sunny over the weekend.
Cloud clearing on Monday. Sydney, possible late rain
and windy. Possible early showers tomorrow.
Windy again. Partly cloudy on Tuesday. To Canberra - rain and very windy. A shower or two
and wind easing tomorrow. Possible showers for Monday. Melbourne - a few showers and windy. A shower or two tomorrow.
Possible showers for Sunday. Hobart today - showers easing. A shower or two tomorrow.
Possible late showers on Monday. Adelaide - showers
and becoming windy. Possible showers tomorrow.
Showers and windy on Monday. To Perth - possible showers. A shower or two tomorrow.
Partly cloudy on Sunday. And Darwin - mostly fine. Similar conditions expected
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It is awesome. We can't wait to show you more in about half an hour. For now, it's back to you. Still to come -
by George, he's three. We're live to London
for the young prince's birthday. Plus, Bintang brouhaha. Should the fighting blokes who forced a Jetstar plane
to land in Bali pay for the emergency diversion?

And the grandmother
prepared to go to jail over her crusade
to stop hoon drivers.

WOMAN: Hi, very well, thank you. in the one bag for you. so I can get those in on top. And the oranges. That comes to $33.50. Thanks. with the way you packed all that away. clothes when you get home tonight. OK, Mum.

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Good morning, Brisbane. It won't feel like winter today. Party cloudy and a top of 28.

And Sydney can expect a windy day

Your top temperature is going to be 28 degrees.That's like summer.

And Sydney can expect a windy day with possible late rain
and 25 degrees. There's also a damaging wind warning
for south-east New South Wales with gusts of up to 90km/h forecast. Here's Sam.

Six men kicked off a Jetstar flight
from Sydney to Thailand which diverted to Bali are expected to be flown home today. Remaining passengers eventually reached their holiday
destination of Phuket more than two hours late. The airline is now looking at whether it can seek up to
$100,000 compensation from the group for the cost
of the unscheduled stopover. It's a hot topic this morning. To discuss it, we're joined by
Daniel Sankey from News.com.au and Herald Sun columnist
Susie O'Brien. Susie, Seven News has vision of the
men drinking at Sydney airport before their flight. So should Jetstar accept
some of the blame?

You know, this is a good thing actually that we have now got six less bogans in Thailand and Bali. I do think the airline should have some responsibility here. These men were either drunk when they got on the plane so they shouldn't have boarded in the first place or they got drink while on the plane. This is something that happens a lot. They drink is something that happens a lot.
They drink the duty free liquor I would like to see very much what role Jetstar has to play in all of this.I don't know if you can drink your duty free grog on the plane. I imagine they were drinking from the cart.People do drink their duty free liquor. There is nobody really watching what they are doing on the plane.Dan, should these blokes have some kind of flying ban imposed on them.I don't know if you can do that, a flying ban. It's not a matter of whether Jetstar, they need to. The quirk in the law here, just because they were flying on a Australian flag flight, Indonesian police can't charge them with anything. The Australian Federal Police aren't interested in taking any action. Unless Jetstar seeks the costs of the diversions from these guys, they can get off Scott free. That's ridiculous for all the trouble they have caused so I think Jetstar should go very hard on them.Year 11 and 12 students in NSW will learn about credit card management and loan repayments under a proposed new syllabus. There are changes to the existing one. Are these the types of things schools should be doingAbsolutely. I can't think it's a little bit too late for a lot of Australians who are already caught in the massive debt spiral. We have got the most household debt of any nation in the modern world. Most Australians are paying of three credit cards. Many Australians are paying $700 on credit card interest only. If many families had been taught how to manage their debt, they may be in a better position.A lot of bosses complain about school leavers not having a lot of practical skills. Is this a good idea, these practical skills, I mean, in my day we were taught in class how to write cheques but now, paying off a credit card, managing a credit card is the modern equivalent.This is a really good thing. Schools should be doing this sort of thing where they are teaching practical life skills, how to read a mobile phone contract, how to balance your credit card. Parents aren't teaching kids this stuff.Parents probably don't know it either.They should worry less about banning birthday cakes and banning hugs and get back to basics and teach this kind of stuff, numeracy, literacy, grammar and this is what the schools should be deeping them.A great idea.One credit card tip, only one. If you pay the minimum monthly balance, you are not even covering that month's interest. So, you your compound debt keeps rising. Time for finance. This finance report brought to you
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A couple of poor profit reports from some of the American Airlines and Intel, is the reason why the duge dropped 78 points. The Nasdaq down by 16. To our region yesterday, we continued on with.

-. The European Central Bank has met for the first time since Britain
voted to leave the EU. Tom Piotrowski is at CommSec.
Morning. Tom, what came out of it? And could its decisions
have any impact locally?

Well, that is the disappointing aspect of this,

aspect of this, Kochie, is this was loaded with expectations this meeting. One of the things that markets enjoy about a disaster or a potential difficult situation, is that central banks will come to the rescue with stimulus. That was the sense that the markets had ahead of this meeting that given the Brexit that the European Central Bank will put their shoulder to the wheel for more support for the European economy. They said that the markets had weathered the situation and they are waiting and watching to see what emerges. That was a disappointment. We saw the UK market fall away, only by about 0.5%. But it's important to note, that market has recovered all about 5% of the decline that we saw after the Brexit vote. So it fell by about 17%. It has recovered 12% since.All right, Tom, thank you. Sam, it was interesting, president Hollande met prime minister May, the new one, if you want to keep trading with the European Union, you must keep open migration borders between the EU and Britain, so all the scare campaign.That was the whole reason they Brexited. Exactly right. So they have got to make the decision. So nothing will probably change which is the stupid part about it.What a mess. Ahead, more on the suspect
behind the car bomb attack at a Sydney police station. He drove a car full of gas cylinders
into the precinct before setting himself alight. Plus, monster fire. Residents warned about smoke dangers
from a ferocious Melbourne blaze. And Human Nature are back
in the charts. If you're a fan, stick around for a
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Thank you, Eddy, well done for organising.You are so welcome! America's First Lady
could be the biggest star to jump on board
James Corden's Carpool Karaoke. Corden was grilled by security
before Michelle stepped in to give him a tour
of the White House grounds. This is the Oval Office.
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That's where he said he was. And the 52-year-old didn't hesitate
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oh-oh-oh, oh-oh # Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh,
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in the front twice in eight years, when her daughter Malia
learned to drive.

organising.You are so welcome!
Presumably, she also learned how to drive doing laps of the White House lawns.Michelle has - I am not trying to you know how you start something. She looks so - she still looks so great after 8 years in the White House. And Obama has aged so much. Don't you reckon.He has been under a bit more pressure than he has.He would go home and unload like you do in every relationship. But yeah.She is definitely the coolest first a lady.I didn't realise she was 52. She looks young.Coming up to 7 o'clock. The top stories on Sunrise. This morning - car bomb attack. A man in burning vehicle
packed with gas bottles and fuel rams into a Sydney police station. We're live as they search for
a motive for this terrifying strike. Breaking overnight -
extraordinary rescue. Diggers land their army chopper
to pull a man from a burning car north-west of Brisbane.

New this morning - ferocious blaze. Fire destroys a building
in Melbourne's north as residents are warned
about dangerous smoke. Plus, united fight - Prince Harry
and Elton John team up to beat AIDs. Also this morning -
by George, he's three. We're live to London as the little
prince celebrates his birthday. Plus, the street sign vigilante. She's taking the law in into her own
hands, to keep her grandkids safe. And the first lady of soul -
Michelle Obama in Carpool Karaoke on Friday 22 July 2016.

# Ooh, baby # Here I am, signed, sealed,
delivered, I'm yours. #

Live from Brekky Central,
this is Sunrise with Kochie and Sam. Hello again. We just love starting Friday morning
with Michelle Obama singing. Right now, it's news time with Nat.

A Sydney police station remains
a crime scene this morning after a suspected car bomb attack
targeting officers. A man was taken to hospital
with serious burns after ramming his car into the
building and setting himself alight. Seven News reporter Ashlea Brown
is at Merrylands police station and Jessica Dietrich
is at Royal North Shore Hospital. Ash, do police know
the motive behind the attack?

Nat, the exact motive remains unclear but police say that this was a deliberate attack against the NSW Police force. We know that the 61-year-old suspect is well known to police. He has a history of mental illness and grievances against the police force. At about 7 o'clock last night, he was spotted outside the police station acting suspiciously. An officer has approached him. It was at that moment that he set himself and his car alight. Officers have raced in and put out the fire. The car has crashed into the security shutters. And the bomb squad was called in. The area was evacuated because gas cylinders were found inside his car. As this emergency situation was unfolding, it was very clear though that the officers were concerned for this man's safety. He had suffered severe burns and was trapped inside that car. They risked their own lives to drag him to safety.I heard a big sound, like somebody screaming. Coppers were coming out with annish tin wisher. They were telling him to get out of the car.He refused to get out of the car. Then we heard taser shots.Merrylands police stationery mains a crime scene. Memorial after new knew is blocked off. Officers are standing by. They are on high alert. Jess, what injuries does he have this morning? Well, Nat, suffered severe burns to the front of his stomach, particularly, his face, arms and legs and stomach. He was taken here to Royal North Shore Hospital. It is a miracle that none of the officers were injured. They risked their lives, approaching the burning car not knowing if they were -- if it was about to blow up on them. He is in a stable condition this morning.Thank you very much ash there. Two Australian Army pilots
are being praised after rescuing an elderly driver
from his burning car during a training exercise
north west of Brisbane. Live to Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper at Royal Brisbane & Women's
Hospital. Michelle, they were there
just in time.

Nat, they certainly were there just in time. Because when they arrived, the car was on fire. The man was trying to escape. So he is incredibly lucky to be alive thanks to their very brave actions. On a dark regional road
and nowhere near help, an emergency unfolds. The driver of this burnt-out
station wagon crashed his car last night.

He might not have made it without
these two troops-in-training. Thankfully there was
an army helicopter doing a training run overhead and they observed the car on fire
at about 7:15. The aircraft had been engaged
in exercises when the crew spotted the crash
near Middleton Road, Cooyar late last night. Noticing it was on fire,
they did what many wouldn't do. They landed 600m-800m away and she's run through
the bushland on foot to where the vehicle is located.

Trapped inside the vehicle - the 85-year-old driver
was dragged out alive by the female chopper pilot as her co-pilot called for back-up. She grabbed him out
the rest of the way. When she got him
across the edge of the road and the car exploded into flames. Police say the elderly man
lost control of his car before going off the road
and colliding with a tree just before 7:00. Emergency services
raced to the scene, including the Life Flight
helicopter.

They tried to stabilise the man as he went in and out
of consciousness. He's had full thickness or third
degree burns to his legs, his back, his buttocks
and his arms and the back of his head. Paramedics did everything they could before he was flown to Royal
Brisbane and Women's Hospital in a serious condition. If it's gotta be done,
it's got to be done and if that's the best you can do
at this time of night. You got to make do
with what you got.

Firefighters have spent the night
battling a ferocious blaze at a car parts dealership
in Melbourne. Sunrise correspondent Nathan
Templeton is at Campbellfield. Good morning, Nathan. The damage bill is in the millions.

Yes, Nat, early estimates are $3 million plus. This is one of Melbourne's auto parts dealers. The fire here was huge. It started just before 9 owe clock. 55 firefighters and about a dozen trucks were here. They battled away and got things under control by about midnight. Police had to shut down busy Sydney Road so that the firies could access extra hydrants on the other side of the road. They needed a massive amount of water to get things under control. This is a wrecking yard. There are a number of vehicles there including a lot of flammable liquids so it was a very volatile situation.The flames got very volatile situation.The flames
got bigger and biggerThey got about five storeys hi. HighThere were LPG tanks, petrols, thinners, a lot of fuel from the vehicles. So the fire was well fuelled by the content of the factory. the fire was well fuelled by the
content of the factory. the fire was well fuelled by the
content of the factory. Crews are still on scene guarding against flare ups. There was thick smoke blanketing neighbouring homes and businesses, not to imagine the massive clean up needed here. French prosecutors say the man behind the deadly Bastille
Day attack in Nice was not working alone and had been plotting the attack
for months. It's believed four men and a woman were involved in the preparation of
the attack, which killed 84 people.

The suspects are now in custody, facing terrorism charges for
their alleged roles in the attack.

10 men have been arrested in Brazil, accused of planning a terror attack
at the Rio Olympics. They were all Brazilian citizens and were tracked through messaging
apps like Whatsapp and Telegram. Police say they didn't have direct
contact with Islamic State but some of them made declarations
of allegiance to the Islamist group. One allegedly ordered an AK-47
in preparation for the attack.

And Russian track and field athletes
won't be at the Olympics. They've been banned
from competing in Rio after the Court of Arbitration
for Sport rejected their appeal.

Seven News reporter Ben Lewis
joins us now from London. Other athletes have endorsed
the court's decision?

Nat, absolutely because there have been

been Whispers within the international community about widespread doping in the Russian team. The Russians are furious saying this is more about politics than it is about sport. The decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport not really a surprise. The IOOF had beened the entire Russian team after being presented with widespread state sponsored doping. 68 Russian athletes had appealed say it was unfair they were all be Tahhed with the same brush but the court rejected their argument. So at this stage, they will not be going to Rio. Usain Bolt is in London for a meet. He was asked for his thoughts on the court's decision.If you have the proof and you get - you catch somebody, I definitely feel that you should take action. And if you feel like banning the whole team is the right action, then I am all for it.The worse worst may not be over for the Russians. The IOC will meet on Sunday, that's athletes in all sports should be banned from competing at Rio.A big story, thank you very much, Ben. Beretts has sport now. The Cowboys are confident a hamstring injury suffered
by Johnathan Thurston in last night's big win
over the Bulldogs is only minor.

The North Queensland skipper
needs scans today after being forced from the field
early in the second half. Not too bad. Just more precautionary
than anything. Just felt a bit of a twinge. It's not too bad as hamstrings go, it's not like he was running along
and just stopped straight away. The reigning premiers snapped
Canterbury's 4-game winning streak with a ruthless display
in Townsville.

Winger Antonio Winterstein scored
three of the home side's seven tries in the 36-0 thrashing.

It's do-or-die for Collingwood in tonight's match against
struggling North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium. The Pies need to win
to keep their finals hopes alive and will be boosted by the return
of lively forward Alex Fasolo. The Kangaroos' hopes of ending
their 5-match losing run have been dealt another blow with Jarrad Waite succumbing
to hip soreness. Tonight's match is live
and free on Seven and 7mate. Sharp corners caught some riders
by surprise in Stage 18 of the Tour de France. Reigning champion Chris Froome won
the time trial to extend his lead to a seemingly unassailable
3 minutes and 52 seconds. Aussie Richie Porte finished fourth
and remains sixth overall. Goalkeeping blunders don't get any
worse than this. Minnesota United keeper
Sammy Ndjock came up with what has to be one
of worst own-goals of all-time in a friendly against Premier League
side Bournemouth. Ndjock somehow managed to throw the
ball into the back of his own net. He desperately tried to save his own

own throw and that didn't happen. That's a reasonable level.That is top level?Top level football. Sometimes you just forget to let go of it.Maybe a vel co-drive.In under five summer soccer, it happens all the time.I have not seen that in kids soccer. John Howard with his famous bowl. It was too long.One of my hat tricks, that happened.One of your hat tricks, that happened?Is that the hole in won in golf that didn't really go in.I did get a hat-trick once in cricket.We do admire your near enough is good enough policy! We will check out the definition. Don't get bogged down by the detail.You have to laugh, otherwise you cry! Sam Mac is in Canada in Jasper. It is looking beautiful, Canada, this week. It is beings isn't it? Absolutely stunning, the Fairmont at Jasper Park Lodge. Western Canada with the Rocky Mountaineer. A couple of bits and pieces before we show you before we head back to Australia but first a let's check your weather. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's
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We will be back with more from Canada, there is some damaging winds that we wanted to let you guys know about. Winds exceeding 90km/h, around parts of NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. If you are out and about, stay safe. Back soon.Thank you, Sam. The government's first week
in office has seen little focus on jobs
and growth with plenty of distractions. Malcolm Turnbull and his ministers
were sworn in

and keen to get down to business. But it was the controversial views
of Pauline Hanson and Jacqui Lambie that drew attention. Ms Hanson wants a ban on Muslim
immigration while Senator Lambie has called
for a royal commission into Muslim radicalisation.

For a Spin Free perspective let's check in with former Victorian
premier Jeff Kennett in Melbourne. And in Sydney,
former Labor leader Mark Latham. Good morning, gents. Jeff, do you see this issue as one that will dominate
the political scene?

Or is Pauline Hanson and

Or is Pauline Hanson and Jacqui Lambie just getting it off their chest and hopefully that's the end that we will hear of it?I suspect they are going to continue down this path. Can I just suggest, I would very strongly oppose the actions both are suggesting. We should have a goal here in Australia of making Australia the safest place in the world. You don't do that by trying to divide the community. We have had a wonderful record. You can have strong immigration laws in terms of people being vetted before they come into this country. But it should not be based on age or sex or colour or religion. I hope the vast majority of Australians will rise up and put a different case to that that is being put by these two representatives. It is divisive. It's terribly dangerous. It goes against everything has been and is, since white settlement and I've just come back from a number of city its around the world where, David, there have been tens of thousands of people con debating at one place. You look at them and you just say to yourself "What a wonderful environment this is. How good is humanity?" We will probably never stop one off actions as we saw down in Tasmania many years ago. But, to actually try and divide our community is to me, without a doubt the wrong way to go.Mark, we are arguably the safest country in the world. There is real fear in the community. What do you think? What are you hearing? Are there more important issues or is this radical Islam debate important right now?Well, of course, it's important because it goes to the heart of public safety and peace of mind. Jeff says that politicians shouldn't divide the country, quite truthfully, the country is already divided because people are very fearful about the prospect of radical Islamic term. There are many peaceful moderate Muslims who are welcome to enter Australia if they have got the right qualifications, equal with people from other parts of the world. We need to carefully vet, anyone who has had any association with radical Islam. One of the major concerns at the moment is the decision to take in 12,000 Syrian refugees given the fact that ISIS has openly said they are planning their agent their terrorist operatives in the refugee cohort that is going to western countries. It's a hell of a job there for Peter Dutton and his department to vet the 12,000 to make sure that none of them would be coming here with terrorist intentions.Can I make a point, that is an issue on which I think there must be bipartisan ship. I don't mind there being an open debate. I don't mind there being proper vetting processes. We can't have our politicians literally using this as a political weapon to gain sport. Strong politicians, strong leadership should ensure that we get a bipartisan approach to make sure that the views that Pauline expressed many years ago about Asian migration which have proved to be totally inaccurate and wrong, are not allowed to rise up now to divide the community. Have the discussion by all means but police, let's Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten and Nick Xenophon and anyone else who holds themselves out as a leader to actually be leading in a bipartisan way.Gets the facts out.I think that's right.We will do that next week. We will look at this.The biggest issue in this country, the one that leads to most deaths and violence, is domestic violence. Yes, you are going to have is lated cases but please, put this in proportion, and we want to live in the future. Totally agree. We will have to leave it there because we have got some breaking news coming in right now. In breaking news - we've learnt more about the man
behind the attack on a Sydney police station
last night. 7 News reporter Ashlea Brown is
outside Merrylands police station. Ashlea what more do we know?

The man has been identified add 65-year-old, Peter Surawel. He is well known to police. It's believed that recently he was served an apprehended violence order and that stepped from a domestic dispute. It's believed that involved an altercation with police officers. He was served with that AVO, he was due to appear in Fairfield Local Court today. Obviously, that won't be happening. He is at Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition. He suffered severe burns after last night's deliberate attack on Merrylands police station. What we do know is around 7 owe 7 o'clock last night, he came here, and was acting suspiciously. He set himself and his car on fire. He crashed into the security shutters of the carpark and emergency an emergency suggestion unfolded. It's believed he had gas cylinders inside the car. Police officers risked their own lives. We do not know the exact motive of this attack as yet. Thank you, ash. We will check in soon. Donald Trump will soon
formally accept the Republican's presidential
nomination. But the party is far from united. Rival Republican candidate Ted Cruz
was booed from the stage after refusing to endorse Trump. Vote for candidates up and down the
ticket who you think, who YOU trust to defend freedom and to be faithful
to the Constitution.

(BOOING)

Trump will face Hillary Clinton
in the November election. Seven News US bureau chief Mike Amor
is in Cleveland. How has Ted Cruz's lack of support
been received?'

No, that would be an understatement, Sam. He has been called treacherous after the speech he went up to a wealthy donor of the Republican Party. He was holding a party here. He was kicked out of the party we understand and Donald Trump was invited in. Somebody said it was like being agreed to somebody else, and eat their food and drink their alcohol and then pee on the carpet on the way out:

In fact, Ted Cruz did show Donald Trump his speech some are saying three days earlier. They allowed him to speak all the way. This is bad blood, Ted Cruz is angry that Donald Trump said Ted's wife was ugly. A lot of bad blood there. It's like a Taylor Swift saga. All right, so Donald Trump will take to the stage soon. What with you expecting him to say?We are about four hours away. The band has been practising for that moment. We saw him earlier in the day. He did his final speech walk through. The big question is, will he be on autocue. He has been known of going off track. We will hear a lot of familiar themes, build the wall, crooked Hillary, end free trade agreements which could affect Australia. The question is, is he going to be able to pafrp things over with those disaffected Republicans. We will wait and see. I think the speech writers here will be having heart attacks when he takes to the stage.I hope they are writing some original stuff this time. Thank you, Mike. Enjoy. Kochie. A Victorian grandmother is so fed up with drivers
speeding down her street and council doing nothing about, that she's taken matters
into her own hands. Tahanee Paterson has started spray painting speed limits
onto the road herself. She said she has lobbied council
to put speed limits up, but has been told
there's no money to do it. Tahanee suffered a stroke while
painting earlier this week, and ended up in hospital. She discharged herself the next day,
vowing to continue her action.

Tahanee Paterson joins us now
from Ferntree Gully in Victoria. Good morning, Tahanee.

So many parents and grandparents would relate to this. You are such a strong woman. Why are you defying the law and even risking your own health to paint the signs on the road.Before there is a tragic tragedy here in this street. We have a kindergarten only across the road, six houses up and people fly down here. You don't need a radar to know they are doing 80km.80skm down the road. That's extraordinary. What are you going to do if you are fined?If I am am fined? I I'll just go straight to the police station, he refuse to pay it and say "Lock me up."Look, it's - the message to drivers is really you've got to be looking out, don't you? I know in our street, we have put the signs on the rubbish bins and also the power poles as well. Because we are in a pretty similar situation. A tiny winding street. We fear for our grandkids. What is your message to drivers?Slow down. You wouldn't want it done in your street. Don't do it in our streets.Is it during the day, all the day or just at night?Usually early in the morning and definitely from about 4.30 and sometimes 2, 3 o'clock in the morning and they still hooning.We wish you all the best with it. Keep us up-to-date with your fight as well.Not a problem, I appreciate your time and thank you very much for listening. A good lady she is to do. It's a great warning. Just slow down.Exactly. More breaking news on that attack
on a Sydney police station is straight ahead.

And still to come this Sunrise... 50,000 reasons to answer your phone. Then, by George, he's three. We're live to London as Prince
George celebrates his birthday. Plus, what a marvellous family - the Aussie family obsessed
with comic book characters. And, the world's most
incredible magician is here. Dynamo joins us live
with a major announcement.

It's Jason Bourne himself.We were just walking by. # In a star full of skies.

$30,000.

# You're a sky full of stars #I love her.

A great way to start the day.

How you doing? We're Human Nature. And we'll be live on Sunrise
on Monday morning.

I can't wait for. Breaking news from Brisbane - there are some delays of
up to 30 minutes at the airport because of fog. Check with your airline.

It's news time now with Nat. More on our breaking news. The man behind the car bomb attack on a Sydney police station
last night, has been identified. Seven News reporter Ashlea Brown is
outside Merrylands police station. Ashlea, who is he?

Nat, the man is 61 year, Peter Zurawel. He is well known to police and he is believed to have been involved in a domestic dispute recently. He is known to have a history of mental illness and also grievances against police. What we do know is this was a deliberate attack against the NSW Police force. At around 7 o'clock last night, he was spotted outside the police station act suspiciously. A number of officers approached him and it's at that moment that he set himself on alight and his car. Officers raced in and extinguished the blaze. The car nudged forward, crashing into the security shutters of the underground carpark. But it was at this moment that they realised the gas cylinders were inside the car. There were serious concerns of an explosion. The area was evacuated but police had concerns for this man's safety. He had suffered serious burns and was trapped inside that car. Officers ran in an dragged him to safety risking their own lives. The exact motive to this attack last night is unclear but investigators are trying to get to the bottom of it, Nat.Police officers were lucky, weren't they? Two trainee pilots from the army helicopter school
at Oakey at Toowoomba have pulled off an extraordinary
rescue in Queensland, landing a chopper to save a man
from a burning car. They were doing night vision goggle
training and spotted a car on fire at Cooyar. They landed nearby
and dragged the 85-year-old man out of the passenger window moments
before the car exploded.

He's had full thickness
or third degree burns to his legs, his back, his buttocks
and his arms and the back of his head. The man remains in hospital
in a serious condition. A man has made a lucky escape
from a car crash at Villawood in western Sydney. The 30-year-old driver
veered off the road, crashing into a power pole. It took emergency services
more than an hour to free him, due to some hazardous power lines
touching the wreckage. He was eventually pulled out
and taken to hospital with minor injuries. Firefighters have worked through
the night to contain a massive blaze
at a car parts dealership in Melbourne's north. The factory in Campbellfield
was well alight when emergency crews arrived
just before 9pm. The weather conditions tonight didn't help the firefighting
activity with a strong wind blowing that fanned the flames and made it harder for firefighters
to battle the fire tonight. The fire is believed to have caused
around $3.5 million damage.

10 men have been arrested after being accused of planning a
terror attack at the Rio Olympics. Local authorities say
the group were poorly organised - communicating though messaging apps,
like Whatsapp and Telegram. Police say while some didn't have
direct contact with Islamic State, they had declared allegiance
to the terror group. America's First Lady has shown
off her singing skills, joining US talk show host
James Corden for his popular segment
Carpool Karaoke. Corden was grilled by security
before Michelle stepped in to give him a tour of the White
House grounds. This is the Oval Office.
(GASPS) My husband is in there somewhere. Is he in there right now? Oh, he'd better be.
That's where he said he was. The 52-year-old blasted the tunes, admitting she hasn't listened
to loud music in the car since Barack was elected in 2009. # Ooh, baby # Here I am # Signed, sealed, delivered,
I'm yours. # The pair was also joined
by rapper Missy Elliott for a rendition of
This Is For My Girls.

Is she intimidated by the Secret Service, driving her car. I am the First Lady, turn the music up.She is probably in the car with Barack and he could be making important phone calls to other leaders.The Barack that I imagine, he cranks in the back of the car, he has a bit of this going on.There may be a security reason why they are not allowed to have the volume above 3. Possibly. They need to listen for things. Was Missy Elliot just standing on the lawn of the White House. They just chop herred her in. I don't think I hide he is White House very successfully.Good point! Cowboys superstar Johnathan Thurston
is in doubt for next week's top-of-the-table
showdown with the Storm. Thurston will have scans today
after injuring his hamstring early in the second half of last
night's win over the Bulldogs. We've got a longer turnaround
into the Storm game which will be a big one for us
here again next week. So, um, yeah, but we won't
be taking any unnecessary risks. With the Origin period behind them,
the reigning premiers bounced back to their brilliant best
in Townsville, running in seven tries. Winger Antonio Winterstein bagged
a hat-trick in the 36-nil thrashing.

North Melbourne will be without
star forward Jarrad Waite in tonight's clash against
Collingwood at Etihad Stadium which is live on Seven and 7mate. Waite's absence with a hip injury
is a huge blow to the Kangaroos' hopes of ending
their 5-game losing streak. The Pies welcome back forward
Alex Fasolo in a match they must win to keep
their faint finals hopes alive. Meantime, the Adelaide Crows have
locked in star forward Josh Jenkins until the end of 2021.

And West Coast midfielder
Andrew Gaff has re-signed
for a further two years.

The world's fastest man,
Usain Bolt, says he's over a hamstring strain and on track for another golden
three-peat at the Rio Olympics. This is where history's
going to be made. I'm looking forward to going down
there and doing my best and putting on a show for
the whole entire world to see. Bolt returns to the track at the Anniversary Games in London
this weekend - his final meet before Rio.

Even to here hear him speak is exciting.He is so cool.You know he will do big things in Rio.He has swag.He has swagger. He has got the lot.It's shortened to swag now.I am so uncool. You are in trouble when Kochie is cooler than you. It was a tie then.I am will hanging up my cool bag.Daggy dad day out.Let's go back to Canada. Sam Mac has plenty of swag in Jasper.Thank you, good morning, this is a the lake, stunning, isn't it? We went from Banff to Jasper and we are getting amongst it here in Canada. Very lucky to be seeing this up close. We will show you some special photos but first, let's check the weather around Australia. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's
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Cold fronts are bringing bursts
of strong winds and showers to western and southern Western
Australia. A trough is generating
unseasonably warm winds over the central and eastern states, plus showers in South Australia,
Tasmania and Victoria. A trough in the east
is only causing the odd light shower in New South Wales and Queensland. Brisbane -
partly cloudy. Possible late rain
and windy for Sydney. Rain and very windy
for Canberra.

Melbourne - a few showers
and windy. Showers easing
for Hobart. Adelaide - showers
and becoming windy. Possible showers
for Perth. And Darwin -
mostly sunny.

Now, one of the great things about a trip like this, you spend a lot of time with your crew. We have a whole team over here to make this possible to sent it back to you guys in Australia. The one thing we decided to do was to get out and about and create boy band photos. We had some of the best access to great locations. It's great to see some standard photos. This is us doing our boy band poses on some of the greatest locations in Canada. Much like a lot of real boy bands. We don't have any discernible Tallent or the ability to perform. But that doesn't stop a lot of boy bands. That was our boy band adventure, just to prove we can perform together, without the mod lay tors on the music. We can do a note together. Ah.

So that's the vibe about boy band. We have created a boy band in Canada. We will be releasing a singleback in Australia. He is like Zoolander, he can't turn right. There is a always a dodgy member in your boy band.I think there are four dodgy members in that band! Still to come on Sunrise - we're
counting down to 50 grand cash! We're phoning our first winner
in minutes. Plus, Australia's superhero family. Meet the mum, dad and kids living
as comic book characters. And, magician impossible - the world's most incredible
illusionist, Dynamo joins us live and exclusive
with a major announcement.

On this day - three years ago,
the world changed forever. Not quite, but the Royal Family
certainly did. It was the day Prince George
was born.

Mike Amor out in the streets for all those weeks.Was it Mike?Mike is always there.Jobbo was there, we are going to talk to him in a minute. And in just three short years, the toddler prince has won
the world over. 22 July 2013,
in a time-honoured tradition, a proclamation was placed
on a golden easel in front of Buckingham Palace. "Her Royal Highness", it said,
"was safely delivered of a son "at 4.24pm. "Mother and child are doing well." After a 10-hour labour, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
had welcomed into the world a baby boy
at 8 pounds and 6 ounces. Two days later,

in the much less traditional method
of posting on social media, his name was announced - George Alexander Louis,
Prince of Cambridge. The future king,
third in line to the throne. The happy couple
introduced their boy to the world before driving him home
to Kensington Palace. At his christening, we got
our first look at those cheeks. At 9 months old,
he went on his first world tour, beginning with a play date
in New Zealand. Next stop was Sydney's Taronga Zoo where the young prince threw away
a toy Bilby... He does love it, honestly. ..trying instead
to get his hands on the real thing. The royal prince wasn't
just travelling the world at an early age, he was walking at just 11 months. He celebrated his first birthday
at a butterfly exhibit in London. On his second birthday, he flashed
the world a cheeky and toothy grin. Just like his mum,
he's a style icon. Every item of clothing he wears
sells out around the world, including this robe he donned
to meet President Obama. In May last year,
the family of three became four with the birth
of Princess Charlotte. It's been obviously fantastic. She's been a little joy of having... But at the same time,
it is more responbility, looking after two little ones. Especially when George is around,
he's a little monkey. But no, it's fantastic having
a lovely little famiy. And that little monkey,
just like any other toddler, has thrown his fair share
of tantrums and shed a few tears. But they're far outnumbered
by the adorable moments. As Prince George wakes up
on his third birthday, we can be sure that this future
monarch's reign of cuteness will continue.

For more, we're joined
by our royal editor Rob Jobson. Rob, how will the family be
celebrating George's third birthday?

Hi, Sam and Kochie. They have got a party up in the

party up in the country estate at Amber Hall. It's grandma, has got the party outfits so they can do pretty much any party they want. He loves his animals. He loves his TV shows like Postman Pat et cetera, so maybe they will do a themed party. We understand that some of the Cousins like Mia Tindall will be there. So they have a little gathering happening.We forget the less well known grandparents, they actually a run a party business, don't they? They make all the plates and the streamers and decorations and everything, so it will be huge.It will be huge. They are no fools. They have made a fortune out of this theme. The whole thing is as well, they have got a little royaled themed party pieces ever since George was around. They get crit situated for cashing in on. If you've got a party business, you have to do what you can to get as many sales as possible.They launched their new range, do they? At George's party. Everyone can have a party like George.They wouldn't be that commercial, would hethis? They have been accused of it, when they got little crowns and little throwns have been made, yeah. So they have had a bit of -- thrones. Carol will be happy, that's two daughters to very wealthy men. We haven't seen many photos of Charlotte.Perhaps I think will be released tomorrow morning UK time, so 9.9.0, I think they will have pictures of Charlotte in them. We have not seen many of her at all. George was at the airshow recently where he through a tantrum. So I am sure there will be some more photographs tomorrow morning for the papers.Does George- George isn't jealous or Charlotte like a lot of older ones. He doesn't up and punch CharlotteI am sure he is. He will be the kidge one day, he probably tells Hertha as well. What do you have for your birthday, a Newcastle? I don't know.He is very cute.Good to see you.Here is Eddy.

Back in the day, service
stations used to offer just that.

# Sometimes you wanna go # Where everybody knows your name. # It's the servo
where everybody knows your name. Thanks, Johnny. Have a nice day. I'll see you soon. Hi, Margaret. How are you, Margret?
Good to see you again. See you, George. OK, Ian! Michael Carayannis bought
this service station in 1974. His sons, George and Del,
joined soon after. You get the same faces,
the same families, generation after generation. Yep. We've got the third generation
coming through now. Done their grandparents,
done the parents and now their kids are
coming through.

So we've done them forever. We know their family history, we know what they like,
what they don't like, their favourite footy team. They operate
as a well-oiled machine. So friendly, George says
it comes as a shock. We walk up to the window and people who have never seen
driveway service in their lives, they sort of like stand up and,
"Oh, have I done something wrong?" "No, no, you're right.
I've just come to serve you." "Oh! People do that?!" The boys will check your oil,
tyre pressure, pump the petrol. The chit-chat comes complimentary. I remember when you used to come in
with your dad when you were a kid. You weren't even driving then. Now you have kids of your own! We're a little different
in the sense that we have a little bit
of a niche market. People can drive past
10 service stations and not even know the price. And they'll just come here
because we give them the service. Like Jim, who travels 30 kilometres
just to fill up. They are really nice people. They are like family. Just as Michael
taught Del and George, now that family know-how
is being passed onto Evan. What has your dad taught you? Look after it. Be polite. Be nice. What's the most important thing
your dad taught you? Probably respect. Respect everybody - doesn't matter
how old, how young, Just respect everyone that comes in. Be honest. Reliable. Be trustworthy.

Take a lot out of ya. Very... Lot of good lessons. Back in '74
petrol was about 12 cents a litre and the family home
a few doors down? It was a only few...

Oh, I think it was a few hundred
pounds or something back then. What do you reckon
it would be worth now? A little bit more now!

Probably about a million bucks. At least a million bucks. Everything around here is
a million bucks. It's so expensive around here now.
It's getting dearer and dearer. And that's not the only thing
changing in Rosebery. At 86, Michael is stepping away
from full-time work. For him, it's, um,
not hard to let go, it's just his passion,
put the pressure on to us. Loves being here.

Just loves being here, like we do and it's what's been instilled
in us. Do you reckon he thinks
you are doing a good job? Never. Never has, never will. It's always you can do it
a bit better. Always. That has not changed. Michael's still handing
out good advice, though. The customer is always right. Always?
Right.

Michael, there are very few
businesses like this anymore. Not many. Not
many. Everybody's lazy now. And he sure is a patient teacher. Careful which one...

The spanner doesn't touch the steel. Was that supposed to happen? They go to...

Was that supposed to happen?! You touched the body, see. That's what he said not to do.

That's what he said not to do. Alright, alright, alright, alright. (ALL LAUGH)

Very funny, Carayannises!

The peanut Galli thought that was hilarious. Such a lovely family. They have had customers on their books for 41 years of service.I reckon I would drive out of my way to go on and fill up. What what a lovely family to fill in.Build in an extra hour for a chat, Eddy.

With titles like X-Men, Iron Man
and The Avengers, the Marvel universe is one of
the most successful brands on the planet. Millions of people love
the superheroes both in comic books, and on the big screen. But our next guests love them
all more than most. In fact, "love" doesn't seem like
a strong enough word.

Inside this unassuming house
in Melbourne's northern suburbs lies a world of wonder. A marvellous collection
of all things...Marvel.

(MARVEL THEME MUSIC PLAYS) Spider-Man, Wolverine,
Captain America, The Hulk, every nook and cranny
is super packed with super heroes. The proud owner is Rod Addamo,
his wife, Steph, and kids, Lila and Logan. If it's been made by Marvel,
Rod has it. The Loki up there is my favourite. Probably because
it was the hardest one to get. Took quite a while and quite a lot
of searching but I've got one now. Rod and Steph even had
a Marvel-themed wedding. Naturally,
their kids are massive fans too. Little Lila has developed
quite the collection of her own. Not a fan of Marvel? Not a problem. The Addamos have got all your
favourite franchises covered - Star Wars, Guardians Of The Galaxy. They even have a life-size Tardis
from Doctor Who. But Rod's true passion
is the Marvel universe. He's renowned
for being such a huge fan, he even came to the attention of the
man who created it all, Stan Lee. Over the years, Stan has invited Rod
and his family to meet up so often that he now calls his hero
a friend. With great collections of
memorabilia, come great friendships.

Great to meet you, Road. While you are telling us how it started, can you show us around your house, please.Yeah, sure, absolutely. It started when I was a kid really. My mum really wanted to encourage me to read and comics were the best way to do it. So she thought, I agreed. So yeah, it started there and this is what we are at now. This is my collection.You are like the Phil Dunn file of Australia, aren't you?Putting my finance hat on, how much has all this cost you? What is it worth, do you reckon? That is a taboo question as far as my wife is concerned. Of she doesn't want to go through. We will say a few thousands and maybe we will - we won't count the decimal points.Hi, kids. So, we are in your loungeroom right now. Where - this isn't our - this is out the back. This is where the kids kind of hang out. OK.As you can see. It's kind of any room that's spare, we use as a collection room or display room. This was a spare room so yeah, there is..Oh my goodness. It is kind of crazy. It doesn't intrude on our living. It's all spare rooms and we have an OK living area. I don't want it look like we are some sort of crazy cat people. This is the collection.Do you have a cat on that note?Have you lost your cat? It no, no. It's in here somewhere. It's under something.Because, the secret, Rod, is they have to be pristine. That's why you don't take them out of their packets.Well, yeah beings exactly and with the kids, I mean it would be cruel to have this and not allow them to touch. Soy rest assuredthey do have their own playable toys and action figures and stuff but the high end stuff stays on the walls and on the shelves.Mate, that is amazing. Thank you for let us us in. Nice to meet you.My pleasure. You too. That's fantastic. He is really cool, isn't he?That's huge. You Every know what is going on inside other people's houses.You can read all about his story in news rp corp newspapers today. Our next guest is one of the world's most known
and most loved magicians. Dynamo is a phenomenon - performing tricks that have
to be seen, to be believed. His hit TV series has reached
a global audience

of more than 400 million people - including here
on the Seven Network. This morning, we can announce
Dynamo's first ever live tour of Australia.

Here is the incredible Dynamo! It's Dynamo! He's been called
the undisputed king of magic. British street magician Dynamo
has made cars appear from thin air, levitated off the side
of a double decker bus, walked on water and performed sleights of hand
that defy reality. ALL: Oh!

Real name Steven Frayne, Dynamo's TV show has been broadcast
in more than 180 countries. In a second,
we're gonna try something. But whether this works or not
is entirely down to you.

That is amazing! I know we've moved on but... ..that man pulled a life saver
out of his neck. Magic just...gets me like that. Dynamo has been awarded
the highest accolades in his field. His biggest fans include
the world's biggest celebrities. We're just pawns in Dynamo's game. He's probably been writing
our songs for years. And this November, he tours Australia with
his Seeing is Believing tour.

This bloke is amazing. Good to see you again. We are so excited. Your first Australian tour. What can audiences ex specOh man, I am so excited to be out here. It is a very interactive show, it's magic arenas because people know for for doing close up street magic. Now I will be doing magic on stage but to the whole audience at the same time. There are parts of the show where half the audience comes on stage with me. There are bits where I'm in the crowd, there are big illusion, small close up miracles. It's a magical extravaganza, it's something you will never get to experience again. Please command see it.You have performed for the world's biggest stars. Who has been your favourite celebrity to trick? Well, I guess one of my favourite people was somebody who came to one of my last tours in the UK. I got a call saying there is a gentleman who would like to Mead you with his kids backstage. I was like, sure, OK, that's fine. And then I walked into a room and it was Brad Pitt and his children. And I was like - he came running up to me, that was awesome. And then it was kind of funny because I was amazed because it's Brad Pitt, right. And then like, he was like an excited child. His kids were looking aths him like when you look at your dad, you are embarrassed because he is making a show of himself because he is so excited. It was so cool. And that's probably the coolest person who has come to the show.I love your story though. It really is a rags-to-riches tale. You were really crook as a kid. You were raised really in poverty. Your grandad taught you about magic. Tell us about.Well, I actually got into magic kind of by accident. Tell us about.Well, I actually got
into magic kind of by accident. My grandad used to perform all the time. I was grandad used to perform all the
time. I was getting bullied. He showed me some magical techniques who scare away the bully, that's how I used to get myself through school. It was never to perform for people, it was a defence mechanism. Wow.We can't let you go without doing a trick. Is there something you could do for us please.I will try something, it's you guys are there, I am here on satellite. I can't see you guys. You are going to let me know if you can see what can't see you guys. You are going
to let me know if you can see what is going on. I've to let me know if you can see what
is going on. I've got some cards here. -- I will give them a shove and show you that they are all different. Can you see them.We

I will give them a good mix up like this. I am going to go through and just shout out stop whenever you like.Stop?Right there. Remember the card. I don't know if you can see it clearly. People at home can see it?Yes.Keep thinking of that card, really burn it into your mind. Let's try this.

That's better. An Australian shirt... .No. No. No. Look, even Nat, the world's greatest sceptic is going "How did he do that?" That's fantastic.With that he has gone.I love it.He dropped the microphone.

Dynamo's Seeing is Believing Tour
kicks off on 5 November in Sydney. He'll then take his show
to Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Pre-sale tickets are available
on Thursday next week before the general public sale
on 2 August, through Ticketek. All the details are
on the Sunrise website.

He is huge amongst kids.If Brad Pitt loves him, that's enough for me. It's news time now with Nat. A Sydney police station remains
a crime scene this morning after a suspected car bomb attack
targeting officers. A man was taken to hospital
with serious burns

after ramming his car into the
building and setting himself alight. Seven News reporter Ashlea Brown
is at Merrylands Police Station and Jessica Dietrich
is at Royal North Shore Hospital. Ash, do police know the motive
behind the attack?

Nat, at this stage, it is

Nat, at this stage, it is unclear but what we do know, the man involved in this attack but what we do know, the man
involved in this attack is 61 Peter Zurawel Police were aths his house this morning. He is known to police. It's not clear exactly why he did deliberately attack Merrylands police station last night. He was spotted outside the station at around 7 o'clock acting suspiciously. An officer has approached him. It's at that moment that he has set himself and his vehicle alight. Officers have raced in and extinguished that blaze but it's at that point that they realised inside the car were gas cylinders. The area was evacuated as this emergency situation unfolded. The bomb disposal unit was called in and firefighters were called in. But during this situation, officers were very concerned for this man's safety. He was seriously injured inside the vehicle with severe burns and they dragged him to safety, risking their own lives.OK, let's go to Jess.I heard a Big Bang, a big sound. Like somebody screaming. Coppers were coming out with an extinguisher. They were yelling and telling hem to get out of the car. He refused to get out of the car and then we heard taser shots. Memorial avenue is still blocked off and forensic investigators are examining the scene. That car was towed away and will be examined, Nat.Let's go to Jess for an update on his injuries.We have been told he is in a stable condition this morning. But he had suffered have severe burns to the front of his body, particularly his face, his arms, legs and his stomach. He was taken here to Royal North Shore Hospital by ambulance with a police escort. We do understand that he is under police guard as he is being treated in the specialist burns unit. It is very fortunate that those police officers weren't injured. They were very brave approaching that burning car, not knowing if it was going to blow up on them as they pulled the man unconscious from the front seat. A stable condition this morning. Thank you very much, Jess and Ash. We have breaking news out
of Queensland. There's been a sad development in a story we've been following
throughout the morning on a man pulled from a burning car
north-west of Brisbane. Live to Sunrise Correspondent
Michelle Tapper in Brisbane. Michelle, what's happened?

Morning, Nat, unfortunately the 85-year-old man passed away this morning. He was brought here to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital around 7.30 last night in a critical condition with burns to more than 50% of his body. He had been driving his car on a remote stretch of road, west of Toowoomba when it slid off the road and crashed into a tree. Fortunately a couple of helicopter pilots from the Army were doing training exercises. They managed to see the car. It was already engulfed in flames. They could see the 85-year-old man trying to escape. They landed the chapper nearby and the female pilot just pulled him from the wreck just minutes before it exploded. He was brought here, despite their brave actions, he has passed away this morning.Very sad, OK, thank you very much, Michelle. More breaking news from Brisbane. For the second time this week, fog is causing delays
for travellers at Brisbane airport. Flight arrivals are being affected
by what the airport says is shallow fog.

That's having a flow-on effect
to some departures. The fog is expected to burn off
to a fine and warm day in the Queensland capital.

Passengers are being asked to check delight details before they leave home. A massive fire has ripped through
a car parts dealership in Melbourne overnight. Sunrise correspondent Nathan
Templeton is at Campbellfield. Nathan, this was a particularly
dangerous blaze for firefighters?

Yes, it was, Nat. This is a very large auto parts dealer but there is also a

is also a wrecking yard on the site. So there were a number of vehicles and a lot of fuel. There were a number of explosions. The fire took hold just before 9 o'clock last night. 55 firefighters and a dozen trucks battled for about three hours before they could get it totally under control. They are still get it totally under control. They
are still here on the scene. 11 hours later, they are still dealing with hot spots so that gives you an idea of the intense heat of this massive blaze. Police had to shut down busy Sydney Road to the north of the city, so the fieries could access extra hydrants on the other side of the road. They needed a lot of water. The front building has been destroyed. We are told that they are dealing with asbestos from the roof. So a perilous situation for the fieries involved.Raise Got about five for the fieries involved.Raise Got
about five store storeys hi.The factory contained a Hugh fuel load. A lot of fuel from the vehicles. So the fire was well fuelled by the content of the factory. the fire was well fuelled by the
content of the factory.The early estimates for damage were about $3 million, we are now hearing it will be 5 or 6 plus. Devastating for the owners. The cause is still being investigated.Thank you, Nathan.

Donald Trump will formally accept the Republican presidential
nomination today at the party's convention
in Cleveland, Ohio. Seven News US bureau chief Mike Amor
is there. Mike, he'll take to the stage
in a few hours.

Yeah, that's

Yeah, that's right, Nat, we are about four hours away from when Trump will officially accept the presidential nomination. He gave a last minute speech walk through. Took to the stage. The big question is, will he use the autocue tonight? There is some fear that he may go off script and that is when he might get himself into trouble. He needs to do something to grab back the limelight lost to Ted Cruz yesterday who re-fused to endorse him. He was a presidential candidate. He was booed off stage. There is bad blood between the two after Donald Trump said that Ted Cruz's wife was ugly and accused his Cuban born father of being involved in the JFK synchronisation. Donald Trump needs to do something tonight to grab back the momentum.Thank you, Mike. French prosecutors say the man behind the deadly
Bastille Day attack in Nice was not working alone and had been plotting the attack
for months. It's believed four men and a woman were involved in the preparation of
the attack which killed 84 people.

The suspects are now in custody, facing terrorism charges for
their alleged roles in the attack. Ten men have been arrested
in Brazil, accused of planning a terror attack
at the Rio Olympics. They were all Brazilian citizens and were tracked through messaging
apps like Whatsapp and Telegram. Police say they didn't have direct
contact with Islamic State but some of them made declarations
of allegiance to the Islamist group. One allegedly ordered an AK-47
in preparation for the attack.

Prince Harry and Elton John
have joined forces in the fight against AIDs. The pair took to the stage

at the International AIDS conference
in Durban, South Africa - raising awareness and urging the younger generation
to take leadership in the battle against
the potentially deadly disease. We cannot beat HIV without giving
young people in every country the voice that they deserve. The fact of the matter is, young people are being left out
and left behind in the AIDs response. And it needs to stop. Prince Harry and Elton then left
personal messages on a wall, urging people to get tested.

Beretts has the sport. The Cowboys are confident a hamstring injury suffered
by Johnathan Thurston in last night's big win over
the Bulldogs is only minor. The North Queensland skipper
needs scans today after being forced from the field
early in the second half. Not too bad. Just more precautionary
than anything. Just felt a bit of a twinge. It's not too bad as hamstrings go, it's not like he was running along
and just stopped straight away. The reigning premiers snapped
Canterbury's 4-game winning streak with a ruthless display
in Townsville. Winger Antonio Winterstein scored
three of the home side's seven tries in the 36-0 thrashing.

It's do-or-die for Collingwood in tonight's match
against struggling North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium. The Pies need to win to keep
their finals hopes alive and will be boosted by the return
of lively forward Alex Fasolo. The Kangaroos' hopes of ending
their 5-match losing run have been dealt another blow with Jarrad Waite succumbing
to hip soreness. Tonight's match is live
and free on Seven and 7mate.

Sharp corners caught some riders
by surprise in Stage 18 of the Tour de France. Reigning champion Chris Froome won
the time trial to extend his lead to a seemingly unassailable
3 minutes and 52 seconds. Aussie Richie Porte finished fourth
and remains sixth overall.

He is 34 seconds outside third place.

Goalkeeping blunders don't get any
worse than this. Minnesota United keeper Sammy Ndock came up with what has to be one
of worst own-goals of all time in a friendly against premier league
side Bournemouth. Ndjock somehow managed to throw the
ball into the back of his own net.

The sad thing for Sammy, is that will stay with him for a long time on replay shows.Sticky gloves. Maybe he ate an orange before. Don't eat the orange on the gloves before you play.Now for the weather from the Canadian Rockies. Hello, good morning, everyone. We have a bit of a crowd here. Say hello. We have people from Canada, people from China, people from California, Aussies put your hands up. You've got four seconds before I throw to the weather. Hi, Australia.Hi WA, here is your weather.

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It has been an incredible week. There has been so much packed in. Thank you so much to everybody at Rocky Mountaineer. And travel Canada. Here is a

Canada. Here is a taste of our (TRAIN WHISTLE BLOWS) Canada. Here is a taste of our week in Canada.

Yeah! (DRIVING MUSIC)

The clown at the royal show stretch. I went to a seafood disco last week. I pulled a muscle... Oh! OK.

This is the spot where they tend
to come all the time, sharpen up their claws. No bear.

Doesn't mean we can't enjoy it, huh? (MUSIC CONTINUES)

Can we enjoy a view like this? Yes, we canada! The main thing for me is I don't
want to stand out like a tourist. Is this working? You look beautiful, Sam! I'm walking a cat internationally. I'm taking this show
around the world. (HORN BEEPS) Oh, yeah, don't mess with us! Don't mess with this! Animal of Canada is the beaver. And we have right here, a great
example of a beaver tail. One of the most beautiful hotels
you will see anywhere in the world. Normally it's just me
and a cameraman. This is unprecedented -
I feel like Hugh Jackman right now. We have Pat from the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police.

(BOTH SPEAK AT ONCE)

Just like this.

How far did it go? (MEN CHATTER)

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# Brave. # # Australians, all let us rejoice # For we are young and free. # # You're still the one # You're still the one I want to # The one that I belong to # You're still the one I want
for life. # Make it up if you don't know
the words! # Still the one # You're still the one I run to. #

Thank you very much, thank you very much.

much. It has been a great time here. Really appreciate it. They are loving the shina Twain. We will be back to wrap up Canada in half an hour.That was fabulous.It does make you want to go and do it, doesn't it?Yeah. How would you like to win some cash? How would you like to win some cash? It's time to call our first
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Hello.Is that Julie Halloran?It is.It's Sunrise.You're kidding? You have won $50,000.Oh fridge off.You are kidding?No, we're not Julie. I just turned the TV off and left home. Where are you on the way to work?I am on my way to work. What do you do?I am a secretariat ARB in Tamworth. Will you take the day off today?You are kidding. If you had the TV on it, you would have your name on it.She had to go to work. I am two doors up from my house.What are you going to do the money?Ah, I, I, I -She is? Shock. It has sunk in. You are not driving are you.No, I pulled over.Good oi deer.It's a bit of a shock. I am shaking.Any plans of what you might do with $50,000?Oh. Honestly no idea at the moment. I never thought this call would ever come. Tell us about yourself. Tell us about your family and you work in a an office.I've got three beautiful children, three beautiful grandchildren. Oh my God.A big family holiday, maybe.Oh. A trip to see the youngest granddaughter who is not quite 5 months oldier. She is in Junee. Drop into mum an dad's. Julie, we have to go, buoy congratulations, you have a good day.Thank you so much.Maybe call in sickA few deep breaths before you get the car.Go and have a champagne lunch.Well done, Julie. To be in the running for the next
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It's so important, just lovely for people to win like.Lovely. Still to come this morning -
life lessons. Should students learn about the
dangers of credit cards in class? Plus, what renters want? How tenants are taking back
the power. Also ahead, an air safety video
with a Hollywood twist. Howdy, smoking is not allowed
anywhere on this aircraft.

And that includes using or charging
electronic cigarettes.

But next, the daughters
of Aussie gangster Carl Williams let us into their secretive world.

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Carl Williams was one of
Australia's most notorious killers. He was murdered in 2010
while in jail. Seven's Sunday Night has obtained
access to his prison computer. It contains secret letters
to his daughter Dhakota.

He was a symbol of Melbourne's
bloody underworld war - a chubby, smug, baby-faced killer, 26 murders in eight years. I don't have to answer
anyone's question! Six years after Carl died,
you're now finally learning more about the man you married. Yes. And it shocks me. I'm no saint...

..but the people I killed were far
worse people than I will ever be. In his letters, the gangland wars
started right here. One could say I got in first. It was just normal for me.
Like, that's all I really knew. "Dear Dhakota. I'm so proud of you." How do you think people see you? Bad. Like, what they read
in the newspaper. So do you think
he's behind more murders? Probably. Yes.

I am guilty...of defending myself
and my loved ones from being murdered. But you accept
that he did those things? Yeah. And that doesn't change
your view of him? As a father?

The police came out to see me again. What did you talk about? Basically, police corruption. They said would I be prepared
to jump on board with 'em. They give me virtually
anything I ask for. You're going to be charged
with the murder of Carl Williams. Do you remember the moment
that you lost your dad?

Sunday Night reporter Steve Pennells
joins us. Good morning, Steve. What do these documents show about
Carl Williams as a family man?

It tells us a Carl we don't know. We have got an impression of

We have got an impression of him from what he did. We has a cult status, whether he deserves it or not, he probably doesn't. It shows the inner most thoughts of Carl Williams. We have access to the commuter he has in prison. He wrote a lot. He wrote letters to his family and crims. That has been locked away for six years. It was password protected. We have got the password. You will see that tonight and you will unluck unlocks all his inner thoughts.What are they?He talks about the killings. He talks about his family. There are some fascinating things where he talks to the women who seem to follow him into prison. There was - this bizarre thing where women seem to write to prisoners in prison. There are some of those. There was one who Carl developed a relationship with. There was a jack eland hide thing to Carl Williams. This brute tall killer but somebody who can be so gentle with his daughter. He is killing in front of other children her age.What does the family think of this? Wouldn't they want to - the daughters, wouldn't want to be publicly known as his daughters, would they?They have grown up with it all their life. Dhakota. All of her memories are in prison. As a gentle loving dad. She wrote letters to him that he will see on Sunday night. Very delicate soft letters you wouldn't expect to come from a man who could order such a brutal killing. She sees him as a father. She has no doubts over what he did but they have their own justification as to why he did it. All right. OK, fascinating. You can see the full story, 7:00pm on Sunday on 7. Filled filled filled If you are in Adelaide, Sunday night will be on at 7.30 after the footy.

It's news time now with Nat. More on our breaking news. Police have just raided the home of a man behind an alleged car bomb
attack targeting police in Sydney. Seven News reporter Ashlea Brown is
outside Merrylands police station. Ashlea, what have we learnt
about the suspect?

Good morning,

Good morning, Nat, we know that the suspect is 61-year-old Peter Sirawil from Greystones. Police officers raided his home this morning after the last night's attack on the police station. What we know is around 7 owe lock last night, he has attended the police station here a and was acting suspiciously. An officer has approached him. It was at that point that he set himself and his vehicle alight. The car has crashed into the security shutters of the police station. The car has burst into flames. Officers have raced in and extinguished the blaze. At that moment they realised there were gas cylinders inside the car. They evacuated the area fearing an explosion. The man, Peter, was trapped inside. He had suffered severe burns. They were very concerned for his safety. They dragged him to safety. Just in the last hour or so, police have raided his Greystanes homes and we believe that this attack against police has stemmed from a domestic dispute with his brother and his mother. We have spoken to neighbours this morning.Tup I have never seen Peter in tears morning.Tup I have never seen
Peter in tears before. He was He was very distraught that his mum was being, um, taken out of his care and the brothers - the brother is making war against him. care and the brothers - the brother
is making war against him.NowWe have just learned that the police commission ear is expected to visit the police station and speak to officers here in the next few minutes, Nat. Thank you, Ash. More on our breaking news out
of Queensland. A man who was rescued from a burning
car by two defence force troops has died in hospital. The 85-year-old became trapped after his vehicle crashed
and caught fire in Cooyar, north-west of Brisbane,
last night. He was pulled from the flames
by a trainee Army pilot who landed her military helicopter
to help. The elderly driver was taken to the
Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital in a critical condition but died from his injuries. For the second time this week,

a thick cloud of fog has descended
across Brisbane. Flights are being impacted
at Brisbane airport with domestic services
delayed up to 30 minutes. There are reports
one international flight has been diverted
away from the airport

with both arrivals and departues
affected. Visibility has been reduced
to just 100 metres in some areas. The city's ferries
are running normally. The cloud cover is expected
to burn off in two hours. A fire has ripped through
a car parts dealership in Melbourne overnight. Dozens of firefighters worked
through the night as the ferocious blaze
raged out of control. It started at Hyon All Parts
just before 9:00 last night. The building was unable to be saved. Crews are at the scene this morning
trying to determine the cause. It's a special day
for the royals today, with Prince George
celebrating his third birthday. The royal family
is expected to gather for a tea party at their country
home in Norfolk. Prince George has had a busy year - starting nursery school,
meeting US President Barack Obama and attending his first official
royal engagement at an air force base in the UK. New pictures of the cute and cheeky
toddler prince are expected to be released
to celebrate the occasion.

Gee, if you were a parent at his kindy, it would really give you the irits, with show and tell. He would always be the best. Don't you reckon.They are pretty humble.I think he would be amongst it. He would be amongst the upper echelons of British society.He would go to fancy daycare.They won't be sending the Queen's jewel's in to see.I have ewe got Dorothy the dinosaur, I've got President Obama. They would rather Dorothy.Here is my chron.Kids don't discriminate, Kochie.The parents do, the parents do.Only the parents do. Let's go to Canada for the final time for now. Sam, what a week you have had. Now you are in Jasper. It just looks gorgeous. Yeah. We have done it all, it's a beautiful spot here. Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. This is the sort of thing I would even be enjoyable to do with your significant other. When you are single. You are just a sad man alone in a canoe. If you would like to it's tough work out here, guys. If you would like to do what we have done this week, you can get onboard with Rocky Mountaineers. They have well and onboard with Rocky Mountaineers.
They have well and truly looked onboard with Rocky Mountaineers.
They have well and truly looked after us. It's a They have well and truly looked
after us. It's a beautiful way to see. You

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Cold fronts are bringing bursts
of strong winds and showers to western and southern Western
Australia. A trough is generating
unseasonably warm winds over the central and eastern states, plus showers in South Australia,
Tasmania and Victoria. A trough in the east
is only causing the odd light shower in New South Wales and Queensland.

Brisbane -
partly cloudy. Possible late rain
and windy for Sydney. Rain and very windy
for Canberra. Melbourne - a few showers
and windy. Showers easing
for Hobart. Adelaide - showers
and becoming windy. Possible showers
for Perth. And Darwin -
mostly sunny.

Glr we have had an incredible week. I am sure you have loved the pictures. Thank you to everybody in Canada for being so welcoming. Thank you to the team, everybody who has looked after us. Rocky Mountaineer, what a way to see a beautiful country. Happy Friday. Good bye from Canada. You can tell he has paddled before with that technique.His style.I wish the Olympic Team knew about Sam's paddling.How would you like to win some cash? It's time to call our second
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with their homework!He is never home. She would be. Still to come - mid-air brawl. Should fighting blokes who forced
a Jetstar plane to land in Bali pay for the emergency diversion? Plus, money lessons. Should school students learn
about the dangers of credit cards in class?

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Six men kicked off a Jetstar flight from Sydney to Thailand,
which diverted to Bali, are expected to be flown home today. The airline is now looking at whether it can seek up to
$100,000 compensation from the group for the cost
of the unscheduled stopover. Let's bring in News.com.au
editor-at-large Melissa Hoyer. Comedian Tim Rosso Ross. And Eddy. Seven News has vision of the men
drinking at Sydney airport before their flight.

Should these guys foot
the whole bill for the diversion or should Jetstar accept some blame
for letting them on the flight?

I think that they should absolutely pay the bill. These blokes got on to the plane absolutely maggoted! And they did what they did. There were kids crying. There's blood everywhere. It's not what you want as a fellow flyer, so it is absolutely their fault. The Jetstar staff, apparently, were fantastic considering what they had to put up with so it is totally up to them to pay the $100,000.They're not the first pissed bogans to be on Jetstar, are they?No, Tim!But you know, should they pay? Oh, look, you know. It's really the responsibility of the airline to decide whether or not they get on. And I think that's the issue, if they're pre-loaded before they get on. I feel for the families. Imagine being there with your kids. That's right.And suddenly these guys are punching on and you're sitting there trying to have your meal and working out why there's peas with the rice thinking - why do they do that? . They don't have meals on these particular airlines. You're right, they should have been checked. Realistically, they don't have $100,000 to pay the airline for the diversion of the flight. Blokes heading off to Phuket. But perhaps they should be breast tested that's the new norm. -- breath if that's the new norm. And I remember that there was someone smoking in the toilets and the couple next to us who were consuming their duty free on the flight.Imagine being on that flight with little kids and it's hard to keep them amused for a direct flight, let alone being diverted to Bal irgs for a few hours.-- Bali for a few hours. Back in the old day, give the kids the brandy.A few days in an Indonesian jail would have sorted them out.That is a good solution. Year 11 and 12 students in NSW will learn about credit card management and loan repayments under proposed syllabus changes with bosses combaning about school leavers having have poor litter alsy and numer alsy -- literacy and numeracy looking.I've got a 14-year-old son and I had to explain to him, if I give you my credit card to get something...There's the first mistake.He gets on iTunes but he needs to understand the value of money. How you make it and when you have made it, what you can do and the compound interest.That all comes from home, though. The studies say...You're dead right! Thank you, Kochie. We all know the study thals the way that you behave financially is based on your parents. If you expect the schools to do that. What I can't handle is when the credit cards machine go down in the shop and you watch the kids trying do the change and going - you're giving me ten bucks, what do I do? Where's me iPad! They lose it.I think that the finance nerds would love the concept of learning about algebra skills and that. The last time that I had to apply Pythagorus's theorum, I can't remember! And spelling and grammar is coming back into the syllabus again. Hooray!And by sheer coincidence, I didn't plan it, next Tuesday lunchtime, I'm doing a live Facebook feed on kids and money! Well, there you go!Dipping in the savings accounts when things get tough!Exactly right, going into the piggy bank! Alright, thank you, look forward to that. Next Tuesday, put it in the diary.

Still ahead on Sunrise - Donald Trump prepares
to take centre stage at the Republican convention. What will he say this time? Plus, stars on safety. The Hollywood actors looking
after you on your next flight. And, how Aussie renters can get
a better deal. All the tips and trick are next.

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Chanel number five? The countdown is on for the release of Absolutely
Fabulous: The Movie in cinemas. All week we've asked you to show us why you're the biggest Ab Fab fans
in the country. And these are our winners - who've won a trip to Sydney and
tickets to the red carpet premiere. Viera Harris and Rebecca Fisher
from Queensland. Lynnie and Chrissy Kassay
from Victoria. Paula Neumanas from New South Wales. And our favourites - Paula Wilson
and Christine Markham from WA who sent in this hilarious video.

0 Can't wait, girls!

Good on you, WA girls!They're not even acting!That was them on the way to the Perth Cup last year.A normal pinnic out the -- picnic out the back there!

The great Australian dream
has become just that, with many waking up to the reality
they simply can't afford to buy. Less than half of us,
will own a home by next year, but renting for life
needn't be a headache. Sunrise reporter Shaun White
has been looking at the rules around renting. Knowledge is power and renters have
more rights than you may think.

They also have a new party, lining
up to give them a voice in Canberra, making it easier to make someone
else's house, your home. You could say renting a place
comes with challenges... You got me an apartment
in the building?! I got YOU an apartment in
the building. How did you...? Remember Mrs Hudwalker? The 94-year-old woman
who lived above me? No.
She died. She died?!
She died. She died! (LAUGHS) Securing a rental
is rarely that easy but staying in one,
well, can be even harder. My experience is that landlords and
real estate agents, for that matter, do look down on tenants
as second class citizens. Anthony Ziebell is an entrepreneur
and businessman, leading a new political party
representing renters. Many other issues are represented
and not tenants. Not tenants rights. And not things like housing
affordability. Soon, more than half of us will be
living in rental properties - not always by choice - and it's not always
a level playing field either, as Casey Burnett
recently discovered. My real estate was withholding rent
from us. We were paying the rent
and the rent was not going forward. They were also withholding
our mail from us. And at the same time,
the property was deceased and they never informed us of that. Tom Godfrey of Choice has heard
all these complaints before. Often if you're renting
and there's a problem, you're reluctant to bring it forward
and raise it with the real estate agent
or raise it with the owner, because you're worried that
the additional cost to them, may well result in you
being evicted. We talked to our real estate
and we got no replies back. No help at all. And then, a couple of months later,
we got our eviction notice. So where does a tenant stand
when faced with this problem? Rights vary from state to

Rights vary from state to state. Reads reat the terms of conditions. Make sure that you understand your rights.

Basically, the only way you can be
evicted from a lease or a house is if you're in arears more
than the bond, so you haven't been able to pay. Or if you've breached
your rental agreement. The Real Estate Industry says the power balance between tenant
and landlord is about right. I don't believe renters
are disadvantaged as a whole. The majority of real estate agents
appreciate that the tenant of today
is their future client as buyer. And like anything, a little mutual
respect can go a long way. The vast majority of landlords
and the vast majority of tenants fulfil their obligations 100%. There's the odd landlord
and the odd tenant that don't but certainly they're in the
minority. If you've got a good landlord
and a good agent, be a good tenant. Tell them when there's a problem,
be open and transparent. I think ultimately, that's the way
this relationship should work.

Yes, the great

Yes, the great lady Aretha knew what it was about! The rules and regulations are different around the country and there are state-based tribunals set up to hear the main problems that are unresolved. What about you guys, any rental horror stories?Not na we want to mention here.We rented in Melbourne when we first moved down there and we had three kids at the time. The most important thing I learnt was that condition report when you go in. And make sure that you just don't skip over it because when you leave it, that's your bible. I actually did go and took our landlord to the tribunal because he kept our bond based on the rental report. And I felt like Ironside.Especially if you walk like that.And then, in your favour, Mr Koch!Great, thank you.

Coming up - more developments
on the Sydney car bomb attack. Police raid the man's home. Plus a live update on the fog chaos
striking Brisbane again with some flights delayed by
up to 30 minutes. And the First Lady of karaoke - Michelle Obama belts out
a Beyonce classic. # 'Cause if you liked it then you
should have put a ring on it # If you liked it then you shoulda
put a ring on it

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For everyone who's ever had a goal, failed a goal or chased a goal. It's why we're here. Here to help you explore, plan and track your goal. To help however
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Police have raided the home of a man injured in an alleged
car bomb attack on Sydney police. The man has been identified
as 61-year-old Peter Zhurawel. New South Wales Police Commissioner
Andrew Scipione has just arrived at the Merrylands police station. A man rescued from a burning crash by a trainee army pilot
north-west of Brisbane, has died. The female soldier landed
a military helicopter to help and dragged him from the wreckage, but his injuries were too severe. Firefighters are investigating
what caused a blaze

Excitement is building at the Republican National
Convention in Cleveland, ahead of Donald Trump's
acceptance speech. Travellers in Brisbane are urged
to check their flights with a thick fog
causing delays of up to 30 minutes. One international flight
has been diverted. And checking
the weather. Partly cloudy
for Brisbane. Possible late rain
and windy for Sydney. There's a damaging wind
warning for Canberra today. A few showers and windy
for Melbourne and Adelaide. Showers for Hobart
and Perth. And mostly fine
for Darwin.

The Sunrise showbiz report
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half the fat of beef fillets. They're also a valuable source
of iron. Get some pork on your fork. Air New Zealand's air safety videos
are always worth watching and its new one is no exception. Comedienne Anna Faris has teamed up with Rhys Darby
from Flight of the Conchords for a tongue in cheek
Hollywood interpretation. Have a look.

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(BOTH MAKE YUMMY NOISES) There he is! The pot dealer! Kia ora. Before we leave,
we'd like to remind you to obey all crew member
instructions, placards and illuminated signs. We've gotta go now! Loose items must be stowed
in the overhead locker or underneath he seat in front. Those are police donuts! It was filmed at four different sets
at Warner Brothers with the actors also venturing onto
the sets of romance, horror and wild west films. America's First Lady
could be the biggest star to jump on board
James Corden's Carpool Karaoke. Corden was grilled by security
before Michelle stepped in to give him a tour
of the White House grounds.

This is the Oval Office.
(GASPS) My husband is in there somewhere. Is he in there right now? Oh, he'd better be.
That's where he said he was. And the 52-year-old didn't hesitate
taking charge of the music. # 'Cause if you liked it then you
should have put a ring on it # If you liked it then you shoulda
put a ring on it # Don't be mad once you see that
he want it # If you liked it then you
shoulda put a ring on it. # Do you know the dance? # Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh,
oh-oh-oh, oh-oh # Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh,
oh-oh-oh, Oh-oh. # Coming up after Sunrise... Yeah, he's just about the best liar
I ever met. With the exception of myself,
of course. We knew him as J.R. Ewing
and Major Nelson... I must have gone further into orbit
than I thought! ..but who was the Larry Hagman. From drinking and drugs
to his womanising ways - the actor's daughter is live
on his dark past. Then... Who are you? ..from matching palettes
to match point - the author of The Devil Wears Prada
turns her attention to tennis and gives us a sneak peak
at her new book. Plus, Michelle Bridges,
on the record. The top trainer answers
your questions, live. And Diesel performs in the studio. That's all ahead on
The Morning Show, after Sunrise.