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Ericsson Access Services. Breaking this morning - details of another mass shooting,
this time in Germany, as a man opens fire at McDonald's. Our reporter is there
with the details. A holiday to forget - the six men who grounded
a Jetstar flight in Bali have touched down in Melbourne. So, should a fine
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Good morning to you.And good morning to you.Hello, Nathan Templeton.Welcome to Weekend Sunrise.It's great to be here. Nice to join the team.Plenty around this morning. Sadly there is lots of news breaking right now. Here is Talitha. In breaking news out of Germany, at least eight people
have been killed and several others injured during shootings across Munich. Police are still searching
for multiple gunmen who may be on the loose. Seven News reporter Ben Lewis
joins us from our Europe Bureau. Ben, what do we know so far?

Talitha, in the last few minutes, police in Munich have said that a 9 XXIX body has been found at the crime scene but they believe it may be that one of the gunman or the one gunman. There is still no clarification as to how many perpetrators they are looking for. Police had been saying they were looking for up to three men. That number was based on eye witness reports. Some people may have seen the one man in multiple locations. Police were first called to the shopping centre just around the centre, from the Olympic Stadium when they saw a man walking into the shopping centre, holding a weapon. And he started firing shots. We have also seen amateur video of a man firing a weapon, what looks like a small pistol outside a McDonald's store into people who are running away from him. Police are describing this as a terror attack but they say that at this stage, there doesn't appear to be any Islamist links to this, rather quite the opposite. We have seen amateur video showing one of the men believed to be a gunman, shouting "I am German. I was born here." We are also heard other reports from eye witnesses that the man was screaming at foreigners before starting to fire shots. A huge manhunt underway in Munich. People in the city have been told to stay inside their homes and lock their doors. We spoke to an Australian tourist who is holed up inside his hotel.It's all a bit close to home to be honest. This is the first thing that has been really close. You know, not just same country close, like 5km close. A little bit nervous, very edgy. It's pretty eye opening.Munich is a city under lockdown. The train has been shut as has the bus network. People have been told to stay inside their homes. Highways have been closed. If there are perpetrators on the loose, they want to make it impossible for them to leave the city. All the emergency services have been drafted in to help from the manhunt, German Chancellor, Lopez Lomong has chaired a meeting and has offered her condolences to the families of the victims.Thank you, Ben. A man who drove his flaming car
into a Sydney police station is likely to be charged today. Police say Peter Zhurawell
loaded his car with gas cylinders before driving into the parking
garage of Merrylands police station. Officers risked their lives
to pull him from the vehicle, as it became engulfed in flames. He was taken to hospital
with severe burns to his body, and hasn't been well enough
to be formally interviewed. It's believed he may have been upset
over a legal battle with a brother, which pushed him to the attack.

Fortunately no one else was hurt
during the incident. A man is lucky to have survived
after he was shot in the head in Melbourne's north west. Emergency services were called
to a home in Ascot Vale just after 2 o'clock this morning. It's believed the victim,
aged in his 50s, only suffered minor grazes
as the bullet brushed past his face. He was taken to hospital
in a stable condition.

Six men who forced a Jetstar plane
to be grounded in Phuket after starting a fight on board have been flown back
into Melbourne. Seven News reporter Melina Sarris
is at Tullamarine Airport. These men could be
forced to foot the bill for the unscheduled landing?

That's right, Talitha.

That's right, Talitha. The 6 men arrived home in Melbourne last night. They were held by customs for around 2 hours while they were questioned before being released. They were on a Jetstar flight bound for Phuket be they become rowdy. They had been drinking heavily before and during the flight. Around 5 hours in the journey, a brawl broke out amongst them and in the aisles. So the captain made that decision to land the plane in Bali because of the men and their drunken behaviour. They West escorted off the plane by police in Bali. The flight could then continue on to Phuket with those other passengers arriving around 2 hours late. It's not known whether they will have to pay for that unscheduled flight landing in Bali. That can cost for a change of flight up plan, up to $100,000. Ouch. That will hurt! Bill Shorten will officially unveil
his Shadow Cabinet today, but his front bench will be
a bit more crowded than usual. Seven News political reporter
Amelia Brace joins us from Canberra. Amelia, it's a much bigger shadow
cabinet than we usually see? It certainly is, Talitha,
good morning. Just days after criticising
Malcolm Turnbull for announcing the biggest Cabinet
in 40 years, Bill Shorten expanded his own
frontbench to 32 positions. So many that two shadow ministers
won't even qualify for a frontbencher's allowance. The complicated deal was designed
basically to please everyone after members of the left faction
of the Labor Party threated to split away if veteran senator Kim Carr
wasn't reinstated to the frontbench. Bill Shorten heeded those warnings and kept Senator Carr
a shadow minister. But to make room
senator Sam Dastyari misses out on a $40,000 pay rise, despite being promoted. While Andrew Leigh keeps
a frontbench title, but is demoted to
a backbencher's salary. Today, attention turns to
the jockeying for portfolios, with Mr Shorten's set to outline
a major reshuffle in Canberra later today.

Taxpayers in New South Wales
could be forced to pay up to $4 billion as a result
of the Baird government's ban on greyhound racing. Sunrise correspondent Sophie Hull
is in Sydney. Sophie, this is a lot of money.

Talitha, it is quite a hefty sum, isn't it? The greyhound industry is saying that if they contribute around $135 million each year to the state economy. And in a rebuttal document that they landed on premier's Mike Baird's desk yesterday, they said when you expand that out over 30 years, that is how long the impact will be felt for, that arrives at a figure of $4 billion. They have also slammed the State Government's logic. They justify the so-called wastage of 17,000 Dogs a year. They say if you apply that logic to farmers, then you - they would be in trouble for putting down Cous who are no longer producing milk or chickens that are no longer producing eggs. The State Government had set aside some funds for a compensation package but they were looking at about $50 million in greyhound fees from - that they had put aside. Revenue from betting that they are saying obviously they are not going to come anywhere near the $4 billion that the industry is seeking. The premier is standing firm on this decision and that's where it lies for now,Thank you, Sophie. Heavy rain and strong winds
have damaged buildings and cut power across Adelaide. More than 10,000 homes were
without electricity as 110km/h gusts knocked down
power lines. Emergency services have responded
more than 100 calls for help with roofs and trees toppled
by the storm cell. While the bad weather has stopped, drivers are being warned to watch
for hazards on the road this morning.

And it's happy birthday
to Prince George celebrating his third birthday
alongside family. Kensington Palace released
these pictures of Prince George to celebrate his special day. He's marked the occassion with a tea party at the family home
in Norfolk. The little Prince may be third
in line to the throne, but he's ahead of all the others
in cuteness.

Cute photos.There you go, puppy, have a an ice-cream. They would be decidedly less clean cut:They got an outside photographer to come in and take these ones.We are going to catch up with our royal correspondent rob Jobson later on. We can check in what is happening with the Tongan royal family.We haven't had an update for a while. I wonder that $4 billion bill for the greyhound racing, does that include lost retailers to trackside retailers and things, the costs could below out when you -- blow out when you start thinking about. My dad still wears those pants, they are 30 years old.About 6 o'clock, I go into tracky pant mode.Are they still $12.99, on special.They are cheap on not old all the sport next with Nathan. All the sport is next, including - Broncos stumble in the NRL while
the Roos too good for the Pies. And we've got your weekend weather forecast live in the studio
this morning with JT.

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And now with sport,
here's Nathan Templeton. Hello everyone. AFL first - and North Melbourne has broken
its five-game losing streak with a 40-point win
over Collingwood. Kangaroos veteran Brent Harvey
equalled the record for most games, joining Michael Tuck on 426. It was also a memorable night
for Majak Daw. COMMENTATOR: Oh, Daw. Wow! That is a leap. Spectacular.
At its highest point too. The Roos set up the victory with
six goals in the opening quarter. Lindsay Thomas finished
with five majors.

Brisbane has missed the chance to
move inside the top four in the NRL. The Broncos produced
too many errors and were outclassed by the Panthers
31-12. Penrith led 18-0 at half-time which included a 100-metre effort
from Wonga Blake. COMMENTATOR: Milford can't go
with him. He'll run the length of the field. Broncos forward Josh Maguire will be
in hot water for this high shot. Brisbane didn't score until midway
through the second half. The Panthers' win consolidates their
spot in the top 8.

The Brumbies have been denied
a potential match-winning try in their Super Rugby quarter-final
Against Kiwi side the Highlanders. Winger Lausii Taliauli crossed
in the 74th minute but the video referee said
there was no conclusive evidence of grounding the ball.

It's difficult not to comment on
some of those refeering decisions. For mine, Lausii scored a try there. The Brumbies were eliminated from
the finals after losing 15-9.

Tour de France leader Chris Froome
crashed in stage 19 but recovered and now leads
by more than four minutes. It was a day of slipping
and sliding as riders struggled for grip on sections where the road
had been re-surfaced. While others simply failed to hit
the brakes in time. Romarn Barday gave France its first
stage win of this year's race. Aussie Richie Porte
is now fifth overall.

Usain Bolt has returned
to competition after injuring his hamstring earlier
this month. The six-time Olympic champion
was barely challenged in the 200m at the Diamond League event
in London. His time was adjusted to 19.89 - the fifth fastest in 2016.

all the sport next with Nathan.
Hopefully he is peaking in time for Rio. Good morning, James Tobin. Let's kick off by looking around Australia. There is a bit of wind down in the South. A strong cold front is bringing heavy rain,
damaging winds and severe thunderstorms
to New South Wales, eastern Victoria and Tasmania. Another front
is delivering thunderstorms to southeast South Australia
and west Victoria. A weak trough is triggering showers
in north-western WA. Mostly clear in the north.

Yesterday, Sydney was 27 - 25. 7 degrees. Unbelieve for July. That's the wormest warm day in July. The second warmest since records began 155 years ago. I will leave you with this question. Which year was the warmest? Can you remember? In your long lifetimes, the second warmest.1989. I am going to Tai 1996.24 July, 1990 was our warmers. 19 degrees in July. Remember that steamy day. And the Thursday before, that was a great dias well. I was four.Thank you, JT. Ahead this morning - Taking on Trump -
or should that be taking off Trump? The hilarious impersonators
sending him up. Plus have your ashes scattered
in space. The intergalactic funeral service,
taking the world by storm. But next, the latest
on the breaking news out of Germany
with the Maccas shooting. Who is behind the attack?
Stay tuned.

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Returning to the breaking
news from Germany, where a major police operation
is underway after a shooting rampage in Munich. We're joined in London by 7 News
correspondent Ben Lewis and here in the studio
by foreign editor Dr Keith Suter. Good morning to you both. Ben, if we could start with you,
what is the latest out of Munich?

Mon, good morning. Police in Munich saying are

saying are saying that 9 bodies have been found at the scene of the shootings. The 9 XXIX body may end up being one of the attackers. I say one of the attackers because police are still not sure exactly how many people were involved. They have been saying that they have been looking for up to 3 gunman but they have based that on eye witness testimony and accounts. There is a chance that some members of the public may have seen the one person in multiple locations around this shopping centre. Police were first called there when a man was seen walking into the front door of a shopping centre carrying a firearm. We are also looking Atkinson this scene of a man firing down the street. We have heard varying descriptions. Some people have been saying a long barrelled gun. Others have been saying a pistol. Police say they are treating it as an act of terror. Now there is this enormous manhunt in Munich. The city is on lockdown to find out if anyone else was responsible, if so, where they are.Ben, if we don't yet know who those attackers are, I guess it's very difficult to tell what is motivating that attack. Is there anything in the circumstances of the attack that gives anyone any clues?Well, the police have actually been quite forthcoming about information about this. They were asked if there was any apparent connection to Islamic radicalism or ISIS given the events we have seen in Europe. The officer-in-charge charge said there is nothing to indicate any links to Islamic term at this stage. We have heard from eye witness reports that one of the gunman was shouting at foreigners before he started shooting. We have also seen amateur footage of a gun squeaming and in Jamaican, he is screaming "I am German, I was born here." There is a far right movement in German that is anti migrants and anti-Islam. Police not wanting to say one or the other at this stage.It is still a fluid situation. Let's say hypothetically, it is a group by an extreme right wing group. How much of a problem is this for German police historically and the Chancellor.It's interesting, the day is the fist verse of the Anders brefrs attack. If it is -- breefrs, it puts more appreciate on the jeerns. We had the earlier terrorist attack. The Germans after the war, got away from secret police and now we are seeing demands to have far more centralised control over intelligence. They certainly do have well equipped Special Forces who can intervene in this type of situation. They were trying to get away from the hold Hitler period, from excessive police station. Now they are being driven back to rethinking those ideas.The anti-immigration right wing parties seem to have done quite well in state and council elections in Germany.Mrs Merkel who faces an election will have I think difficult getting re-elected. I think letting in a million asylum seekers has changed the culture, political culture in Germany. It will be a very difficult time for her now. This story is still developing. We will have it covered throughout the morning. We will talk to you later on. Still to come -
up close and very personal. We meet the Aussie daredevils
who came face-to-face with a white pointer
and survived. And, could chickens really ward off
disease? The new study that's found chickens
could repel mosquitos and save lives. And the top jobs of 2016 where employment is guaranteed well
into the future for any age group.

It's time for the news,
with Talitha. More on our breaking news
out of Germany. Nine people are now dead and several others wounded following a shooting
at a shopping mall in Munich. Police believe multiple people
opened fire at the mall, one of them caught on camera
taking shots at people on a sidewalk outside a McDonalds. Officials are searching the area, and they say there could be
at least three gunmen still at large.

was just a few hundred metres away
from the ordeal We can hear multiple police cars,
multiple sirens. The helicopter has done
about 3 or 4 passes over the hotel over this area.

Although there's been no official
claim of responsiblity, investigators are treating
the shooting as a terror attack. There are reports this morning controversial sports
scientist Stephen Dank has been shot
in his Melbourne home. Police were called to the Ascot Vale
home to find the 52-year-old with a graze to the side
of his head believed to be from a bullet. The victim was taken
to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a stable condition.

Mall.

No arrests have been made and we will have more on this story as the details come to hand. The six Australians
who started a brawl on a Jetstar flight
from Sydney to Thailand have returned home. The men were detained for two nights after their altercation diverted
the flight to Bali. They returned home this morning after boarding flights
to Sydney and Melbourne. While the matter has been referred
to Federal police, no charges have been laid.

However, they could be hit with
the bill for the unexpected landing. A man has been treated
for a broken leg after being hit by a car
in Sydney's inner west. The 23-year-old was
struck by the vehicle around 10:40 last night in Rhodes. While it happened near a popular
spot for Pokemon Go players police have confirmed he wasn't
playing the game at the time. The driver has not been charged. Opposition leader Bill Shorten will formally announce Labor's
shadow cabinet today. The front bench will be
a little more crowded than usual, 32 members rather than the usual 30. Because of the heavy line-up, Sam Dastyari and Andrew Leigh
will only be paid as back benchers. Senator Kim Carr
will keep his frontbench position while Deputy leader Tanya Plibersek
will take the education portfolio. She's been critical
of the current Coalition cabinet. That's an extraordinary approach, just give everybody a job
and hope they'll stay happy. Despite the additions, there wasn't enough room
for Victorian MP David Feeney who was dropped from his portfolio. Heavy rain and strong winds have damaged buildings
and cut power across Adelaide. More than 10,000 homes
were without electricty as 110km/h gusts knocked down
power lines. Emergency services have responded
more than 100 calls for help, with roofs and trees toppled
by the storm cell. While the bad weather has stopped, drivers are being warned
to watch for hazards on the road this morning.

It's peak ski season, and many of our slopes
around the country have seen some snowfall overnight. Emma Griffiths joins us
from Mount Hotham in Victoria. Emma, what are the conditions like
out there today?

Oh,

Oh, well, we are in the middle of what looks like a huge storm. We have had 10 centimetres of the good stuff overnight and it is still falling. Forecasters are predicting we will have 50ism of snow. And 20 centimetres is set to fall on Monday. Temperatures will get pretty chilly. It is minus 5 right now. It will stick around that Mark over the next five days as this low comes in from the north wet. So we are all pretty excited to get back up here, enjoy the slopes and we are hoping for some more powder to come our way.That sounds good. Speak to you again soon. An Aussie invention is bringing
farming into the 21st century. The Swagbot,
designed by Sydney University, could let farmers put their feet up
when the harvest rolls around. Reaching speeds
of up to 20km/h, the all-terrain vehicle can
pull logs and even herd cattle. But it doesn't come cheap - it'll set a farmer back
around $30,000.

An interesting looking machine. Time for sport with Nathan. More sport now and in last night's AFL Majak Daw produced a contender
for mark of the year. The Kangaroos big man flew high
above the Magpies. COMMENTATOR: Oh, Daw. Wow. That is a leap. Spectacular.
At its highest point too. North Melbourne snapped
a five-game losing streak with a 40-point win as the great Brent Harvey equalled
the record for most games, joining Michael Tuck on 426.

In the NRL Penrith
was too classy for Brisbane, with the Broncos suffering
their sixth loss in eight games. Playing at home the Broncos had
a chance to move into the top four but made too many errors. The Panthers on the other hand made the most of their opportunities
running away to win 31-12. COMMENTATOR: Milford can't go
with him. He'll run the length of the field. Broncos forward Josh Maguire could be in trouble
for this high shot. Brisbane didn't score until
the 58th minute, while the Panthers consolidate
their spot in the top 8.

The Brumbies have been denied
a potential match-winning try in their Super Rugby quarter-final
Against Kiwi side the Highlanders. Winger Lausii Taliauli crossed
in the 74th minute but the video referee said
there was no conclusive evidence of grounding the ball. The Brumbies' 15-9 loss
eliminates them from the finals.

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some improvement still to come. JT, tell us about the weather. Adelaide is having a wintry blast. Sydney and Melbourne were very warm. Unfortunately for the alpine regions, that same warm weather was affecting them. We have seen a lot of rain over the past 24 hours. However, the good news is, the cold front has come through as we just saw with Emma's shot there. It is snowing and we are expecting much more snow to come. That is fantastic. Yesterday there was some localised flooding, in the alpine way was closed while the floodwater went past but good news, it's changing. Let's look at the country now.

We had such an amazing start to the snow season. Nobody likes the word when you are talking about the mountains, the good news is, that is all changing.Emma was happy about it.Very B.Very B happy. Minus three in thread Bo and 35 in Kunnunura.The tale of two cities, hey.Yeah, that's right. Why hasn't anyone written the Threadbo Kunnunura Sturt yoiThe parallels are there.What would be the amalgamations - what would be the title of the book beKunbo!I think.It has a real ring. Soon this morning - Out of this world, literally. We meet the Aussie businessman
sending the ashes of your loved ones into space. Would you pay for the privilege? Tony Abbott takes a shot
at Barack Obama, claiming he didn't do enough
in tackling ISIS early. Do you agree?

And next, the family members
of missing flight MH370 speak out about the latest
development. Will the plane ever be found?

Sunscreens may soon get a whole
lot better and much more protective. Most sunscreens on the market
actually offer limited protection against the damage done
by ultraviolet A radiation. But British researchers have
identified a compound that once added to sunscreens, could prevent that damage,
skin aging and skin cancer. Joining us now to discuss is
7's health editor Dr Andrew Rochford. Good morning. So explain for us what this compound
is and just how it works? Well, there are three different forms of ultraviolet light in Sun.

forms of ultraviolet light in Sun.
There is A, B and C. C doesn't get to earth. Ultraviolet B is the one that makes you burn. A is the majority of exposure. But it leads to Stanning and it damages the collagen. So damage to that gives us wrinkles but it also causes damage within the cells that causes increase risk of getting cancer. They have found an agents that they can put into Sun Crean, that prevents that ultraviolet A causing the damage to the cells. Presumably, that prevents any form of tanning. It's the damage to the cell.No no, slitly different. The damage to the cell is caused by that small part, there is a whole lot of bad things. The tanning is associated with the skin. That's the skin's protection releasing a pigment, Melbourne tone inwhich makes you is trying to build up a protection against the Sun. So there are two slightly different mechanisms. Both caused by the same wave light of light.When are we likely to see that?They are hoping that in one to three years, they are hoping it is protective and also safe.This sounds like a bit of a unusual theory. I don't know, chickens, might become a weapon in the battle against malaria.I love it when scientists think outside the box. They tried to figure out where mosquitos tend to attract to humans. Then they tried to figure out if there was anything that may keep the mosquitos away. They looked at livestock, goats, sheep, cows and chickens. What they found was that a mosquitos tended to stay away from chickens, there is a odour in chickens that is a natural repellent to mosquitos. They put it in houses where there is lot of malaria in Africa, so the ones with the chickens had less malaria. They take the on you Dore that is causing the smell and they are going to try and turn it into a repellent that particulars all the -- ticks all the boxes because they think that ultimately there has been a 60% in the cases of malaria since 2000 which is great. But it still kills over 400,000 people a year. These are the types of ideas that we are getting to. Let's come up with some new ones that will help reduce that number.While we are working on the chicken extract. Wouldn't it be worth wearing a chicken on a chain around your neck.Or just a pet chicken. Wear it on your shoulder.Maybe we should have couples giving chooks to each other as a gift.. Great idea.Why didn't you give me a chook this near? Are you trying to bump me off.Not a single member of the Steggles family has ever had malaria. There is something in. Coming up - more on the
breaking news out of Munich with a suspected terror attack
outside a McDonalds. The story is developing and we'll bring you the latest on
yet another tragic shooting spree. And, the first Pokemon death. The dire warning against
the new game. Should it now be banned?

malaria. There is something in.
What is next in the search for MH370. We will hear from

The search for Malaysia Airlines
Flight MH370 will be suspended once the current search area
is completely covered, probably by December. The transport ministers
of Australia, Malaysia and China concede that despite best efforts, the likelihood of finding
the aircraft is fading. MH370 vanished on 8 March 2014. Of the search area
of 120,000 square kilometres, less than 10,000 square kilometres
remains to be searched. Joining us to discuss
latest developments is aviation expert Neil Hansford. Morning, Neil.

Despite pieces of wreckage
turning up in various places, searchers haven't been able
to pinpoint the bulk of the plane. Is it realistic to suspend
the search pending solid new information?

It is, because

It is, because the search is really going to achieve nothing more than a saving face politically for the Malaysias and secondly, what more reassurance do the surviving families require that the aircraft, regrettably is in the Indian Ocean. It's in the area where it was expected to be. And it's pretty conclusive proof, so we are now heading to spend $180 million and what will it really achieve? We won't get the black boxes. We are not going to get any bodies. We won't get any DNA. You wonder where this is taking us.So if we have covered so much ground, nothing has been found other than the piece pest of debris that washed up in the Indian Ocean there. Is it safe to assume that the plane is now lying on the bottom of the ocean and will never be found?I think that's a fairly realistic assessment. There all that about 15,000 square kilometres to be looked at. This is a very angry part of the Indian Ocean. It's very deep. The aircraft could be down 6km. It's been a real exercise in trying to stretch technology to find a result.As you mentioned, it's the search has cost over $180 million so far. Who has paid for that?Australia has done all the heavy lifting. This is a part of the international oceans that under Australia's control. We have managed the process. We have used real expertise out of some of our universities but the Australian Government made the decision that they wouldn't expend any more money after 1 July because there is no budget in this year ease budget for the search. One can only presume that we are managing it on behalf of China and Malaysia because it was an only Australia and Malaysia were contributing. China were late adopters and started to contribute. But Australia has done the heavy lifting on this one. There is no doubt anywhere in the world that we have been the lifters.Thank you very much, a very difficult time for the families of the 239 people onboard.Indeed, you wonder what step then needs to be taken to end this for those families.I know. Yeah.

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Breaking this morning - horrifying scenes out the front
of a McDonald's in Munich as a man opens fire. But was this anything to do
with Islamist terror? We'll have the latest. The six men who grounded a flight
in Bali have just arrived back in Melbourne. What really happened
and what's a suitable punishment? Ice inhalation rooms
across Australia. Should we be making it easier
for addicts? Or is this the answer
to fighting the war on drugs. Are they crazy? The daredevil Aussies, who came face-to-face with
a great white and lived to tell the tale. The gift that keeps on giving. Prince George celebrates
his third birthday as the Royals
enjoy unprecedented popularity. We've got the latest birthday pics. And taking on Trump -
or should that be taking off Trump? The hilarious impersonators making
light work of the Donald. But who does him best? That's ahead on Weekend Sunrise.

The lip action was right. I used to look at Jimmy Fallon and he is amusing. Do you remember, your kids' third birthdays because it's invariably, not as perfect as those photos look. At least ourselves wasn't. We organised a big party for our first son and he spent the entire time crying and frightened of the clown.Did he lick the ice-cream again after the dog licked itI think the royal family has ice-cream just for the dog.The royal sanitation expert comes in. You have separate people for. Separate ice-cream.I am pretty sure that Wills and Kate didn't Rome around picking up squashed cake after carpet.And saying "I am never getting confetti again for a kids' party!". More on our breaking news
out of Germany, where police are still searching
for multiple gunmen following a shooting
at a shopping mall in Munich. At least nine people are dead, and multiple others wounded. Seven News reporter Ben Lewis
joins us from our Europe Bureau. Ben, do investigators know if there
was a motive for the attack?

Mon, in the last few minutes, the German foreign minister has

German foreign minister has
released a statement saying there are contradictory clues regarding the motivation or the attacker or attackers in this case. We have seen the amateur video of a man waving a gun on top of a shopping centre carpark. He was yelling in Germany "I am a German, I was born here." He was saying that one of the men was screaming at foreigners before firing their weapon. Still not clear exactly how many gunman were involved, police say they were looking for -- how many gunmen were involved, hence the huge manhunt that has locked down the city. We have heard that nine people have been found dead. One of those bodies was a kilometre from the main crime scene. They believe that may have been one of the attacker or the attacker. Police are taking no chances. They have shut down The Metro, the bus network. The highways in and out of town, making sure that anyone who may have been involved, they are cannot escape. They are saying they are not sure if think one is in the Munich area or the wider area. Locals and visitors have been told indoors, lock their doors and Aussie tourists who are staying in their hotel rooms.Discussing it with the parents and everyone, with my girlfriend, if something happens, we look after each other and we get to safety but you never really think that you will have to put something like that into actual practice. So the fear is definitely there.On a high terror alert for quite some time now. Track Lopez Lomong will -- Chancellor Lopez Lomong will chair a security meeting of her cabinet. At this stage, the city will remain under a high level of alert. There was a police exer size being undertaken. That meant there were many units, nine people are dead, it believed that one of those dead was one of the attackers.What a terrifying situation there. Thank you for the update. The men who started a brawl on a
Jetstar flight heading to Thailand, have been flown back to Australia. Seven News reporter Melina Sarris
is at Tullamarine Airport.

Melina, have they been charged?

Well, not yet, Andrew, not at this stage but they may have to foot that bill for the unscheduled landing. The six men arrived home. They were held by crust tomorrows for around 2 hours. They had boarded a flight a couple of days ago to Phuket. It was a Jetstar flight. They had reportedly been drinking quite heavily before and during that flight when a brawl broke out amongst them. Jetstar says the men refused repeated requests to settle down from the crew. So the captain was forced to take action. He landed that flight in Bali. The men were escorted off by Balinese police and detained there. The flight was then able to continue on its way to Phuket. Those passengers arrived around 2 hours late. But the men are now back in Melbourne. It's not known yet whether they will have to foot that bill for that unscheduled landing. It cost it could be up to $100,000. They may have a massive bill as well as a failed holiday. It could be a very expensive holiday. I take it they weren't in business class. People don't brawl in business class.You would be too busy eating the free stuff,ed good food.The canapes soak up all the champagne. Here is the rest of the news, here is Talitha. More on our breaking news - sports scientist Stephen Dank has been shot in the head
at his Melbourne home. Police were called
to the Ascot Vale address just after 2:00 this morning. The 52-year-old
was only grazed by the bullet, which went just millimetres
from his brain. He was taken to
Royal Melbourne Hospital in a stable condition. There was another person inside
at the time, with the serious crimes team
now investigating. So far,
there have been no arrests. Mr Dank is alleged
to have administered banned peptides to teams including the Essendon
bombers and Cronulla Sharks. He's been banned from working
with the NRL and AFL.

Some very big news out of Nathan. He has become a public person and a villain. He has made quite a few enemies but the other thing is. The importation of these types of drugs is often linked to criminal gangs. While we don't want to make light of the situation, there could be no shortage of villains.Do we know who he lives? InThe media has been outside that house over many times. I believe he lives with his wife or a partner who you can see there. I am not sure about the children situation. But it's obviously frightening. I guess the question is, whether it was you know, a - to spray the house with bullet as as a scare tactic or whether it was a mortar getted attack on him. I think the link that the police will be investigating is this importation of illegal drugs relating to sport because often linked to criminal activity.What a horrific situation.What a year it has been.We will be hearing a lot more about. Bill Shorten is set to show off
his new-look shadow ministry today, but his front bench
is starting to get a little crowded with two extra additions. Seven News politcal reporter
Amelia Brace joins us from Canberra. Amelia, why did he decide
to expand his cabinet?

Basically, this was a complicated
deal to please everyone, Talitha, after members of the left faction
of the Labor Party threatened to split away if veteran senator Kim Carr
wasn't reinstated to the frontbench. Bill Shorten heeded those warnings and kept Senator Carr
a shadow minister, expanding his frontbench
to 32 positions. So many that two shadow ministers
won't even qualify for a frontbencher's allowance. Senator Sam Dastyari misses out on
a $40,000 pay-rise despite being promoted. While Andrew Leigh keeps
a front bench title, but is demoted
to a backbencher's salary. Today, attention turns
to the jockeying for portfolios, with Mr Shorten set to outline a major reshuffle in Canberra
later today.

OK, thank you.

NSW Premier Mike Baird's decision
to ban greyhounds could end up costing the tax payers
up to $4 billion. Sunrise reporter Sophie Hull
is in Sydney. Sophie, what's causing the
extra cost?

Talitha, it's an awful lot of money to try and hit up the NSW taxpayer for. But the racing industry says they contribute around $135 million to the state economy each year. When you expand that out over 30 years when they say how long this will have an impact. They arrive at the figure of $4 billion. It's not a good time for the members of the greyhound fraternity off horrific video, this happened in 2012. He is using a cattle product which can add more up to 6,000 Voltes on a greyhound to try and get him out of the gates faster. This is unimaginable cruelty in an animal so small. The State Government says this is just further proof that they are doing the right thing. Along with the incidences they have heard of live baiting and the destruction of up to 17,000 Dogs a year. The premier says he has taken a stand and is standing firm.Awful vision. Thank you, Sophie. A former Ku Klux Klan leader
has announced he will run
for the United States Senate. David Duke announced online his plan to take to the Hill
as the candidate for Lousiana. He made headlines earlier this year when he threw his support behind
now-Republican nominee Donald Trump. However, Mr Duke won't have
the party's support, with Republicans condemning
his candidacy. An extra 45 athletes competing at
past Olympic Games have been found to be using
banned substances. The IOC says retests of samples
from London and Beijing brings the total amount
of positive tests to 98, including 23 medallists. It comes as Russia faces
being banned from competing in Rio over their own doping scandal from
the 2012 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. A verdict on their punishment
is expected tomorrow.

There's been a remarkable rescue
for a bear in Colorado who found himself in a spot
of trouble. Locals in the town
of Glenwood Springs found this 2-year-old black bear
with his head stuck in a jar. They tried to help the bear,
lasooing him, before bringing him down
and pulling the bucket off his head. The little guy wasn't hurt
during the ordeal.

That's exactly what happened to Winnie the Pooh.There must have been honey in thereHe needed piglet to help him out.Hopefully he is all right. It is time for sport. Here is Nathan. Just a fortnight until the Rio Games and Usain Bolt has returned
to competition after injuring his hamstring earlier
this month. The six-time Olympic champ
was barely challenged in the 200m at the Diamond League event
in London. His time of 19.89
is the 5th fastest in 2016. North Melbourne has broken
its five-game losing streak with a 40-point win
over Collingwood. Kangaroos veteran Brent Harvey
equalled the record for most games, joining Michael Tuck on 426. It was also a memorable night
for Majak Daw. COMMENTATOR: Oh, Daw. Wow! That is a leap. Spectacular.
At its highest point too. The Roos set up the victory with
six goals in the opening quarter.

Lindsay Thomas booted
five majors. The Panthers have shown they'll be a real threat
if they make the finals. Last night,

Penrith gave the Broncos a touch-up
on their home turf. The Panthers led 18-0
at the break before the Brisbane finally got
on the board, midway through the second half. The comeback was short-lived, Penrith captain Matt Moylan was
instrumental in the 19-point win. Too many errors
from the Broncos proved costly. They've now lost
6 of their last 8 matches. There was a scare for Tour de France
leader Chris Froome during stage 19. But the two-time winner recovered and he now
by more than four minutes. It was a day of slipping and sliding as riders struggled for grip on sections
where the road had been re-surfaced. While others simply failed
to hit the brakes in time. Romarn Barday gave France its first
stage win of this year's race. Australia's Richie Porte
is now fifth overall.

JT, Richie Port wasn't the only Aussie to star on the tour cough Raj last night.I was already feeling close to the tour riders after they all fell last night. I fell last weekend. But, last night, I heard mention of a bloke that I often ride my bike with, I think you will recognise the name. Take a look at this.

I think that may be Mark Beretta skiing behind the boat.I thought it Ma I have been somebody auditiony for the Moomba skiing. Beretts, he got a mention in the Tour de France. It wasn't for cycling, just to mention, just to know, Mark Beretta in the Australian water-skiing wall of fame, as well as the Sunrise sports guy. And a cyclists.He didn't get mentioned for that Mon.Come on.I think by inference. TheyHe wont be watching, he will be out doing 100 kilometres on his bike as we speak. A strong cold front
is bringing heavy rain, damaging winds and severe thunderstorms
to New South Wales, eastern Victoria and Tasmania. Another front
is delivering thunderstorms and west Victoria.

A weak trough is triggering showers
in north-western WA. Mostly clear in the north.

kilometres on his bike as we speak.
'T be watching, he will be out doing 100 kilometres on his

Gl if anyone has ever been to a Bev et with Beretta. He also reminds me of the bear that we saw at the end of the story.Many a time he has got his head stuck in the bain-marie.He has no off switch at the it comes to food.Thank you, JT. Time to discuss what's making
news this morning. And the Weekend Australian
is reporting that former PM Tony Abbott thought
US President Barack Obama was too soft on ISIS
when the air campaign began in late 2014. Abbott says he was at times
frustrated with Washington's reluctance
to step up the assault, although admits that the air
campaign has recently intensified and is much more effective.

Joining us to discuss
are media commentators Chris Smith and Gretel Killeen. Good morning.

Is Abbott right and was the west too
slow to respond to ISIS?

I think why is Abbott commenting on this? What is the relevance of it? Did you have

Did you have the same reaction? Why do we need to know what Abbott says he would have done in a delusional world and how the world would have been different?I think there is a media fascination in where Abbott sits with every policy from here on in.There is.There are stories about every aspect that Abbott has laid his hands on that there seems to be a hunger to hear what he has to say about what is happening now. The world would have been better if Abbott was there. I am a little bit intrigued behind the motivation. Is there some sort of anti Turnbull disruption going on. Why do we need to know it. Whatever Abbott thinks, it wasn't implemented at the time. As the Middle East, I have been the troops in a lot of Middle East countries, one of the problems that seems to be made throughout our encounters of this understanding this being a very different culture. Abbott sit there is in his western world, if we had done this, this would have happened.I think at the beginning, this is in two parts. I think you've got to look at what has gone on in Syria and northern Iraq. When they first went in, Isil was so geared up. They were sofa sill Tated. When they went in, they tookover and area where 10 million people were living. That's how much area they took without a glove being taken on them. They did it publicly with the murderous execution. They were so weld geared up. What did America do? They watched it all happen. That was the truth at the beginning. When we started air raids, I think Tony Abbott was a bit unset that they weren't killing as many people as he thought they should have. I think that thought was a little bit tough. I think what progress they have made in the air, they have allowed Iraq to take the ground. I think that has been a good tactic.The Americans, they were constrained at the time by two major concerns, number one, they didn't want another war in the Middle East. Number two, they had very sharp rules of engagement about killing civilians alongside of ISIS fighters and number 3, their own public did not have a an appetite to see more of their soldiers die.Both of the Gulf Wars seems to be mistakes. I can understand Obama's reticence to get involved, I think one of his achievements, to going toe war, that's an achievement in it's not, to not have gone to war. For Abbott to sit, why really? Why does he want to be squeaking this noise. I I think you've got this Abbott crew, pushing the agenda of all the issues that Malcolm Turnbull will have to face in the next six months and compare it to how Abbott would have pushed. To get him to take the top job again.He has some very good friends in the media facilitating all of. ThatIt was the Australian.Before we let you go, the taily telegraph is reporting a spike in doggy backpacks.The Australian has not commented on this yet.They are the third biggest buyer of these backpacks. They have been traditionally inspired by Paris Hilton and her Chicago.The things that Paris -- her chihuahua. ? Apparently, Tinkerbell was a huge inspiration for Mr Abbott but we will hear about that in tomorrow's story. Isn't this appalling. He somebody - what are we doing? Because people want to treat their Dogs like humans.It's like a baby beyond for a dog.Which is otherwise call awe tension to myself. Look at how cute I am. Isn't it a shopping basket?I don't think that's quite the product. That is a Louis Vuitton bag.That doing is dealing drugs. That is Tinkerbell. doing is dealing drugs. That is
Tinkerbell. I think it's veryist, it separates the pets.That dog is not just in a bag, it is a bag. These aren't Dogs at all. I am just rifling around in my dog to find my lipstick.The dog is so over the paparazzi.As long as they pick up the do do.That's why the plastic bag was such a great idea.A little bit messy now. I agree, they should have come out with cat ones first. What about ones for ponies. Little, miniature ones. Lovely to see you both. It's over to Sal now who has some good news for job seekers. both. It's over to Sal now who has
some good news for job seekers. Despite this week's climb
in the unemployment rate to 5.8% there is much to be optimistic
about in the jobs market. And it's not just young
professionals in with a chance, but those in the later stages
of their career. So, where are these jobs?

I'm joined by executive coaching
partner at Alchemy Career Management Peter Black. Thanks for your time.

Let's go through the jobs
in high demand. What are the professions?

We have got construction project manager, contract administrators, we have got development operations, where, people where we are seeing the growth of technology. The contract administrators, the construction project its are very much around the infrastructure development that is particularly going on in NSW and the eastern seaboard. We have got the financial planners, we have got all the areas that are - a result of the infrastructure and growth in demographic. Very much the themes that are happening in the economy are driving the jobs off the future.That's financial planners and also childhood Ed Kay tors, that is is another job.The early childhood is very much because we still have -- educators. We still have kids being born. We need to have people to care for the kids. How do people go about getting these jobs?I think it's recognising the themes that are happening in the economy, positioning yourself for the future. The things I say to people, you have to have a strategy. We have to have a much longer timeframe in which we are looking at how we think about our own careers as we will be working into our 70s. We have to have a lot more focus on our own learning. We have to think about different employment models and very much embrace technology.Just quickly for those of us in the latter stages of our career. How do they go about making sure they are suitable or attractive to employers?I think the thing that employers are looking for now is a relevance for now. Not what you've done in the past. So it's very much about your agility, it's very much about your embrace of technology. It's what learning have you undertaken to make yourself relevant. What worked for us in 1995 is not necessarily going to be relevant for us now in 2016?We have to adapt for the change.We will all be working for a very long time.Lovely news. That's good. I think you are fairly adapt Taliban. I have watched you're volume of own Meares.You know how bad I am at yow gament I think that was a dig.You started Atai reign's Chicken Deli.We are still talking about chickens as we were earlier in the program. Not much has changed!Tagging on and tagging off, the Trump's impersonations of The Don.The Aussie company offering out of this world burials.Prince George, celebrating his third birthday. We are going to cross live to London on all things royal.

It's already become the most popular
mobile game in history but now there are some
very real concerns emerging about the safety of Pokemon Go. A teenager in Guatemala
has been killed and his cousin seriously wounded after they were gunned down
playing the game. Meanwhile,
a leading advocacy group for kids is calling on the creators
to make the game more secure. They say Pokemon Go is marred
by security and safety issues So, how real is the threat and what can be done to keep users
safe? Sunrise tech expert Val Quinn
is here and joining us from Melbourne cyber safety expert Susan McLean. Good morning.

First to you, Val. Pokemon Go lets people capture
animated creatures in the real world using GPS technology. But now it seems that same
technology is being exploited
to trap unsuspecting victims. I am playing it this morning, so

the way it works, everyone sees the same map. There are landmarks on the maps to get ammunition and things like. Because you kind of know where people want to go, go, if you want to ambush somebody, you can hang around on one of the areas on the map. You can issue lures much you can place a lure to get monitors to come to you. Everyone can also see these lures. So if you were somebody nasty, you could put a lure down, everybody else would see it and they would want to go to where your lure it.You can you identify the person?No, you can lure people in by making the area attractive. . What other data are the they us /* /* access. They have access your GPS location, access your media and use your camera to further - the things that the app has to do. But they can collect that information. They have an ID, a user ID, they can use all that information and create profiles. They know where, user number 22 who is this age goes on a regular basis. So it's all about advertising targeting.Mm.As Val just said, Susan, a lot of people who are playing this is kids. It does sound like there are a few concerns there?It's a fabulous game. I think we must understand. It is very engaging. I think what happens when people are engrossed in games, all resemblance of common sense goes out the window. They are wandering around late into the at night. They are wandering to places they wouldn't go normally. If a place is dangerous or it's an unsavoury place, it's unsavoury regardless of whether there is a Pokemon there or not.There are so many issues involved here. People's back yards or front yards are being nominated as Pokemon Go. So it is fast ill Tating trespass, for example. What is your advice to the parents of kids who are playing it. I think parents need to play it with them. That engages the parent and child together. I have been in schools, most of the schools are very concerned because Pokemons have been placed in their school grounds. They have got large number of strangers wandering the school. Parents sitting down with children, talking about them respect, talking about the fact that they shouldn't be going into private property et cetera. But I think that the game has to really have a bit of a rejig so that people can actually opt out. Public places, fair game. But things like schools and hospitals, I think you should be able to opt out. They are not public places. People's back yards, you would have thought. Lovely to see you. It's news time. Here is Talitha. More on our breaking news out
of Germany - Parts of Munich have
been placed into lockdown as police search the streets
for gunmen, responsible for killing at least
nine people at a shopping mall. Seven News reporter Ben Lewis

joins us from our Europe Bureau. Ben, do officials know
how many people are on the run?

Talitha, not at this stage. They are still working on the

are still working on the assumption that there could be up to three people involved in this attack. However, you said nine people have been killed. It's thought that one of those people may well have been one of the attackers. Police are currently looking at that body at the moment, using an explosives robot concerned that he may have some explosives trapped to his body. Police were first called to the shopping centre when a man was spotted walking into the building with a gun. We have then seen am tear video showing a man on a carpark roof, yelling at people and firing into the air. A man standing outside a McDonald's firing indim Chris namly as people run in fear of their lives. Police still don't have an idea how many people they are looking for but they are taking no chances, putting the entire city into a state of lockdown. The trains have been stopped, the buses have been stopped and the highways have been blocked just to stop anyone who may be trying to escape to get outside. Residents and tourists have been asked to stay inside premises and that includes Australians who are visiting the city. Discussing it with my parents
and my girlfriend, it was, if something happens,
we look agfter each other and get to safety. You never really think you're going
have to put something like that into practise.

So, the fear was definitely there.

city. As for the question of motive of the gunmen or gunman. We have seen clues that witnesses have told German television, apparently one of the men with the gun was yelling abuse at foreigners before firing his weapon. Earlier in the day, police did say there was no clear radical Islamic link to this attack. People senior in the government have said it's too early to make asuggestions. We are expecting more information from the government when they hold a press conference, Talitha.We will speak to you for an update soon. Sports scientist Stephen Dank
has been shot in the head at his Melbourne home. Police were called
to the Ascot Vale address just after 2:00 this morning. The 52-year-old was only grazed
by the bullet, which went just millimetres
from his brain. He was taken
to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a stable condition. So far,
there have been no arrests. Mr Dank is alleged to have
administered banned peptides to teams including
the Essendon Bombers and Cronulla Sharks and has been suspended. A paramedic has been flown
to a Brisbane hospital after being stabbed by a patient
on Fraser island.

Sunrise reporter Jillian Whiting
is in Brisbane. Jillian, what's his condition?

Good morning, Talitha, luckily this paramedic is in a stable condition in hospital. He is not likely to need surgery. He will make a full recovery which is good news. A young woman walked into the ambulance centre at happy I have on Fraser Island, the paramedic who is 56 and very experienced. Took her into a treatment room. He demanded medication. There was a struggle. The paramedic was stabbed in the stomach. He received cuts to his hands. He collapsed unconscious on the ground. The young woman took off without any medication. The paramedic was airlift Todd a Brisbane host last night. Police are still looking for this young woman in her 20s or 30s. 175 centimetres tall. If anyone knows her to give them a call.It's just awful. Thank you, Jillian. The Australian men who forced a Jetstar plane
to be grounded in Bali as it was travelling to Thailand, have been flown back home. Three of them arrived
in Melbourne overnight, and were taken into custody
by customs for two hours. While the matter has been referred
to Federal police, no charges have been laid. However, they could be hit with
the bill for the unexpected landing.

There are major concerns
this morning on the River Thames with reports its swan population
is slowly dwindling. The annual Royal Swan census
is underway on the river with a five-day gondola mission
to check the population of the water bird. It's believed dogs have been taking
swans rivers edge, ruffling feathersm and leaving many event organisers
fearing foul play.

Who was taking Swans?Dogs. This is breaking news, I have just read it myself.I would have thought that the foxes would take the Swans.Is it true that the Queen owns all Swans. She will be very upset about this.In fact, there is a rule Nathan, the only person aloud to kill a swan in England is the Queen's chef.Does he do that often?That's right. There is also an exception I think for the Chancellor of Oxford effort. Truly. Bizarre.Do you think they serve Swan at Prince George's first birthday party.Ice-cream Swans. All right, Nathan. Updating sport - and last night
North Melbourne's Majak Daw produced a mark of the year
contender as the Kangaroos broke
their five-game losing streak, beating Collingwood by 40 points. North Melbourne veteran,
Brent Harvey, equalled the record for most games, joining Michael Tuck on 426.

In the NRL,

Penrith scored a resounding win over
the Broncos in Brisbane. The Panthers
led 18-0 at half-time as the Broncos failed
to score until the 58th minute. Both teams remain in the top 8.

A controversial loss
for the Brumbies - in their Super Rugby quarter-final
against the Highlanders. The ACT side was denied
a potential match-winning try late in the match, with the video referee unable to see clear grounding
of the ball. A lucky escape for Tour de France
leader Chris Froome in stage 19. He recovered from the crash and now leads by
more than four minutes. Roman Barday gave France its first
stage win of this year's race. Aussie Richie Porte
is fifth overall. Usain Bolt has made an eye catching
returned to competition after injuring his hamstring earlier
this month. The six-time Olympic champ was barely challenged
in the 200 metres at the Diamond League event
in London. And Lewis Hamilton has had a scare during practice
for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The world champion was not injured. Aussie Daniel Ricardo
had the second fastest time.

Oxford effort.

I am wonder if there is a causal link between bags for Dogs and the increase of Dogs taking swana. With a different bag, different amount of Swans. One for now, one for later.There is a cause will link between this exceptionally warm weather we have had in Sydney and Melbourne and the melting snow in the mountains. The good news is, the cold front has come through and those wet conditions in the snow has turned to snow. We are going to see a lot of rain falling between now and Wednesday. There is a lot of wind. So there is a severe weather warning in place for gusty winds in the mountains. Let's look now for the rest of Australia.

A weak trough is triggering showers in WA.

Sunny at Mount Isa and partly cloudy in Cairns.

That's where you want to be if you like the warm weather. Beautiful in Broome. Kununurra the same, it will be cooler in Sydney and Melbourne than we were experiencing yesterday. Sydney, the second warmest July day since records began 155 years ago. Thank you, JT. Tanning in the middle of winter. Who would have thought? Time to check in with
what's happening in America. And it's been a big week for everyone's favourite
walking controversy, Donald Trump. Yesterday he officially accepted
the Republican Party nomination to become US president. But Trump wasn't the only one
to cause a stir. Let's take a look at what else
went down in Cleveland.

Good evening, are you having fun? It's been called
the convention of crazies. From militiamen armed to the teeth, to Westboro Baptist churchgoers, and the performance artist
offering free ponies - the Republican Party's
National Convention certainly wasn't lacking
for entertainment. Not to mention the man they're all
here for - Donald J Trump, who walked onstage like
a pro wrestler on Monday and then tried his hand
at a presidential chopper arrival on Tuesday.

We're going to win. We're going to win so big. Thank you very much, everybody. Nobody was surprised,
least of all the Donald, when at long last he became the Republican Party's
official candidate. Friends, delegates
and fellow Americans, I humbly and gratefully accept
your nomination for the presidency
of the United States. Trump's nomination was met by groans
from the Democrats. And even some of his own party
weren't overjoyed by the news. Donald J Trump. On the other hand,

Trump seemed more than happy
to keep his distance, even from his running mate
Mike Pence. Outside the convention, demonstrators constructed
a Wall of Trump to protest the presidential
nominee's policy around immigration. It's not the only wall that's
been getting in Trump's way - his star
on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame has been feeling a little lonely. But his star in the Republican Party
is undoubtedly rising. Former prosecutor Chris Christie
climbed aboard the Trump Train by accusing Hillary Clinton of
disastrous foreign policy decisions. What's your verdict?
Guilty or not guilty? ALL: Guilty!

And while the convention of crazies
might finally be over, the campaign of crazies
has only just begun. In the words of Queen,
the show must go on.

I had no idea that you attended the convention too. I saw the photos of you there.That's the 22-year-old daughter. I will take.Tiffany Trump.Is that what you just disappeared off to do?Yes.You took off during. Really?Thank you. That's exactly why I disappeared. It's important to know where your alligientes lie.They are with Donald J Trump. I am proud to say. Ignore him at your peril, he was speaking the simplistic language and appealing to a lot of people. It wasn't sophisticated stuff, that's for sure. In a little over a year, the idea of Trump becoming the next
US President has gone from absurd,
to comic, to scarily realistic. In that time he's been made the laughing stock
of American talk shows and spawned a dozen impersonators. Let's take a quick look at some
of the best.

Thank me. We're going to win big,
we're going to win big, Anyway, it's been a great convention
so far, it was huge. Good evening, I'm Donald Trump. Of course most of you
know who I am already because I'm rich
and I'm handsome. If you're a man, you want my life. If you're a woman,

well , I've got what you want, OK? I'm very quotable myself
and I love quotes. Your nukes are loser nukes,
clown nukes, huge. This is your signature
and thumbprint, isn't it?

You have a mistress, Donald.

That contract is invalid. You have a mistress, Donald. I I must revined you, Yvana, that according to sex 5, Pav 2, I am allowed to have mistresses provided they are younger than you.

Let me tell you something. It is huge. How about this one? All the women on The Apprentice
flirted with me. How can you tell?

Every woman I meet flirts
with me. The woman on your panel,
I can tell. For the gay people,
I'm fantastic, I'm tremendous.

huge. Lauren is flirting with me right now and she is not on camera but I can feel it.Ir-Arna Huffington is unattractive. I can understand why her husband left her for a man.He made a excellent decision. He it shows that I'm for the gay people.The gay people.Is that a direct quote?Nailed that voice, didn't he? Enough of Donald Trump for the time being. It's being called an epidemic and the growing ice problem

fear their children might try. It's believed there are more
than 250,000 regular ice users It's a problem that creates untold
devestation. In hotspot areas

the number of people being treated
for ice use has been increasing
by more than 20% a year. to fight the problem following a report
from the National Ice Taskforce. Now there's a push to open safe
rooms for ice addicts where they can inhale the drug
legally and under supervision. Trump for the time being. Decision. He it shows that I'm for the gay people. The

To discuss this concept further we are joined by Matt Noffs, CEO of the Ted Noffs Foundation, Senator Jacqui Lambie
whose son has battled ice addiction and on the Gold Coast, former addict Andre'a Simmons who now runs the Australian
Anti Ice Campaign. Morning.

Matt, you're pushing the idea
of opening up ice inhalation rooms after seeing them in Europe.

A part of it came from me sitting in an emergency room with my five-year-old daughter. We we are waiting for something she needed to be helped W a guy comes in. He is - he is going through a what we refer toss a meth psychosis. I am sitting there think, why are we all in the same room together? We have 100 staff around the country who are trained in de-escalating these situations. I thought, there needs to be a better filter for hospitals. We can make it safer. So Alex Wodak and I went and started researching this. We looked at what Germany was doing. The very first idea of this is to create a triage for hospitals. What they do in Germany, they actually encourage people to come in by offering as we do in Kings Cross, injecting and inhaling centres as you can see on the screen.OK, so people would go in and they were inhale in these rooms and would they - could you keep them there for a certain amount of time?Yes, the idea is to get people into treatment quicker. We are closing our eyes and saying we are hoping it goes away. We can use nice words but we are not getting them in off the streets. Yes.From their homes away from young children. And.. And Do they bring..Their own ice to the inhaling rooms.Absolutely. This is one of the big issues. It's something we say we can't mitigate, right now, people have to bring their own drugs to these places. It's fascinating. Did you know that in Kings Cross, they have had 80,000 injections of ice, 80,000 in Kings Cross over the past few years. How many episodes of violence? Zero.Interesting. So you are looking at setting them up initially in Sydney and the Gold Coast but the health ministers have re-jekted.I was very surprised. The Health Minister in Queensland has said, we have worked with 2,000 young people in Queensland over the last year and a half. We have seen a huge reduction. The Health Minister was saying let's talk about it. Then the opposition then, not understanding this was about hospitaling running this. We are in the process of talking with different governments at the moment. I can understand, it feels like a contentious issue. Let's just park aside the inhalation and injecting part, even if this was a just a triage for hospitals, I think it is an important place that these are safe insafe places for the community. There are 100 of these around the world. All of the evidence shows that they do reduce crime.Jacqui, you have been vocal as the parent of an ice addict. What do you think of this idea, to get them off the streets?You know, two years ago I would have said zero tolerance but I would have been delusional. Every effort that we can possibly do and even trialing these rooms, there is nothing wrong with trialing things in this country. So, I spot Matt's call for this. But first and foremost, I also ask that Matt's sports my call forgiving the parents the right to involuntary detox their children. When we have got kids out there that are 12, 13 and 14, you are now talking to the drug instead of your children, it is none Goebel. You have no control over that child. These - as -- no negotiatable. As the parents, we have no rights to do anything. I don't think that's fair. I want to give the parents the right to do. There are $300 million of funding. Sue soon Lee needs to come out and speak to people like myself and Matt and others out there and work out the best way to spend this money. It's all about early intervention. We have bootcamps out there. We have the bootcamp that gets them before they get to the hard stuff like ice. There is many different prolonged approaches that we need to be looking at. Also, the funding. I have people out there like teen challenge, I have mission Dale here in Tasmania. They have proven success in these areas, they have been running for 8 years. Mission Dale has. Teen Challenge has 1,000 different centres. They have an 85% success rate because they are long-term. You can't fix an ice user overnight. They need 12 months in rehab. While I'm sitting there looking at these groups who have half their beds empty, they are relying on the goodwill of the people for funding. We have had $300 million, Sussan Ley, 300 million that she has had sitting there for 8 months. Why haven't you funded these senators.The prime minister has said we can't arrest our way out of the issue.They were talking about the 2000, I don't know where the Health Ministers eyes and ears are. Open them, this situation is becoming an epidemic in this country. First of all, we need to admit.Andrea, let's bring you in now. You became an ice addict at the age of 40. Just give us a an idea of your background and tell us what you think of this idea.? Sure, I was a business come, raced a couple of kids, never touched drugs before in my life. Somebody I trusted while I was going through a tough time in life, pulled out an ice pipe, you smoke cigarettes, this will just chill you out for a movement. I was going through a divorce. I didn't know it was ice. I thought I - I was invincible, I wouldn't get addicted. I could just try a little bit. It pretty much took over my brain straight away. It almost killed me. Mixed up a couple of drugs at the end and stopped breathing. This is a dangerous drug guys. It's not a matter of let's have a room out there and say, it's OK to be safe to come in there and do it and get treatment from there. I yarb ice addict will not go into these rooms, you have to sign your name in and out. With the psychosis and the mental disorder that goes along with that, the Seratonin level drops, you are talking violence, the psychosis associated with it. I personally can't see this working. And absolutely, we need to have more hospital treatment available, more detox, there is one detox here on the Gold Coast, they are months behind, you can't get people in. They need to be putting money into detox, rehabilitation, education. I wish I had known the minute somebody handed me a pipe, that this was a wasn't a light drug. It destroyed everything in me and took everything I own, including my family and who I was. People need to know that there is stuff like drain owe and nail polish remover, the long-term and short term effects. I still bleed from my kidney four years later. It's not OK. Putting a room there, it is saying it's OK, as long as you do it in a confined area. I have asked a few young people, what do you think of this? They told me it's a green card, as long as you do it in small dosages. The percentage of this is around 70-80% pure. Five years ago, it was about 17. Which means that it takes over your brain a lot quicker. You are dependent a lot faster. It starts to affect your Seratonin Lovell, it's a dangerous drug. I won't sway from agreeing from a room like this. People are going to do it one place or another. Presumably if you can encourage people and look, I hear what you are say, people may not want to go to an inhaling room. If you can convince some people to do that, presumably there is a lot of other support and service available.Exactly. I sim Pa sim Pa thighs with that story, most mums aren't going to start trying ice at 40. You don't rely on the sample of one or two stories, you have to look at the scientific story, we have 80,000 people who have used the room at Kings Cross with ice. You are seeing huge reductions of crimes and people into treatment. We do know they do work.What you are suggesting is you get a group of people, both people who are for and against, to go to Germany, to just have a look at how this is working. We are out of time but thank you very much. Thank you Matt for coming in and to Jacqui and Andrea, thank you very much. Returning to the breaking news
from Germany, where a major police operation is underway after a shooting rampage
in Munich. We're joined by foreign editor
Dr Keith Suter. Good morning.

What is the latest out of Munich? Andrea, thank you very much.We have

have got nine dead, ten others wounded. The police are still not sure that the total number of attackers, whether it was just one or possibly three. If there is one, then he is amongst those who may have been killed. He may have shot himself. If there are others on the run, the risk is that these people may cause later attacks during the day. German is on a edge anyway, they was a separate terrorist attack. So the German authorities are already on high alert. This attack has occurred.Keith, as we say, so very little is yet known about who and how many people are responsible for this attack. From the things that were overheard as the attacks were taking place, it does appear to be some far right wing individuals or organisation responsible.The asums is there because it's allege that the person doing the shooting said "I am a German" To emphasise that this is a German nationalist issue on the fist anniversary of the Anders Breivik massacre that took place in Norway. So, the assumption that it is a nationalist attack but the German Government themselves are saying, we don't know what is the motivation behind this.All right, Keith. We know that Lopez Lomong certainly has a great reputation in Europe. -- -- angler Merkel has a difficult task ahead of her knowing that Germany is facing these kind of attacks as well.The Germans are feeling very insecure. They have a situates them where they don't want to slide into becoming a police state again. They had that under Hitler. This type of event only ads to the police heavy handedness. Thank you very much for the update on. See you later. She's officially off
the market - Pippa Middleton, best known as the Duchess of
Cambridge's little sister, has captured the heart of her
financier boyfriend, James Matthews.

The millionaire popped the question with a ring estimated to be worth
$400,000. But is there more to this
relationship than meets the eye? As James Matthews is flung
into the spotlight alongside his soon-to-be wife, so have all his skeletons.

It wasn't until this moment
that Pippa Middleton became a household name.

It was completely unexpected. The plan was not really for it
not to be a signficant dress, just to blend into the train. Of course,
she did anything but blend in, and ever since her every move and every boyfriend
have been scrutinised. When I read things
that are clearly untrue, or that which ever way someone looks
at it, it is a negative side, and it is quite difficult because effectively I'm just
paving my way and trying to live a life
like any 30-year-old. Now, this 32-year-old
is set to pave a life with her new former race car driver-turned-hedge
fund-managing fiance, James Matthews.

But one can't just marry
into the Royal inner circle without a full background check - and it appears Mr Matthews
has quite the family history. # Secret agent man. # Dude, if you wanna crack on
and go head-to-head on it, you're gonna lose. So, do it if you want. That's a different story. All I'm saying is, like,
what's..? Look, I'll just basically say,
you're treading on my toes. Pippa's soon-to-be brother-in-law, so-called bad boy
reality TV star Spencer Matthews, is famous for all the wrong reasons. Caught on camera taking drugs, Spencer was thrown off
I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here after he attempted
to smuggle steroids onto the set. I've never rejected it - I took a course of pills
off ill-advice, you know,
made a mistake, and I deeply regret it. But it doesn't end there - the Matthews clan
have also been rocked by tragedy. In 1999,

James Matthew's little brother,
Michael, was the youngest Brit
to climb Everest. After spending 20 minutes
on the summit, he started to make his way down, but got separated from the guide
during a snowstorm. He was never seen again
and his body has never been found. I lost my brother when I was 10. He lives on in my family. We celebrate his birthday
every year. The tragedy inspired
the family to start
the Michael Matthews Foundation, which builds schools in remote,
poverty-stricken locations around the world. Where

Where they don't

There you go. He himself is not really been mired in controversy. No, no. I have no idea, I have only watched that story. That's the extent of what I know about him. Best of luck to them. It's news time now, here is Talitha. More on our breaking news
out of Germany. Police continue to search
for the gunmen responsible for killing at least nine people during a shooting at a shopping mall
in Munich.

Seven News reporter Ben Lewis
joins us from our Europe Bureau. Ben, do investigators think
the attack is terror related?

Well, Talitha, they are describing it

it as a terrorist act but at this stage, the German foreign ministry says there are still contradictory clues as to the motive of the attacker or attackers who were involved. We have heard from witnesses German television saying the gunman was seen shouting abuse at foreigners but the government has stressed that it has been subject to many threats from Islamic State, it has even foiled plots so no concrete evidence as to motive at this stage. Police are still looking for up to three gunman. They can't -- gunmen. They can't say for sure, this is according to witnesses on the scene. Nine bodies has been found. One body was found about a kilometre away from the rest of them. It is thought that could be one of the attackers. That has not been confirmed. All of Munich remains under a state of lockdown. People are being told to stay inside their homes and hotels for the time being. We have heard from us President Obama. The US will show solidarity with their ally. We have heard from the UK's new Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson. Here is what he had to say. I think it proves once again that we have
a global phenomenon, now and a global sickness that we have to tackle
both at source in the areas where the cancer
is being incubated in the Middle East, but also
of course around the world.

Here is what he had to say.The latest information we are getting from Munich is that one of the dead is a 15-year-old girl. We also know that ten people are seriously injured. The total number of injured is likely to be much higher than. Just awful, thank you, Ben. We will speak to you soon. Sports scientist Stephen Dank
has been shot in the head at his Melbourne home. Seven News reporter Melina Sarris
joins us from the scene. Melina, have police made any
arrests?

Talitha, not at this stage. The gunman is still on the run. Neighbours have told me they heard three shots fired in quick success around 2.30 this morning. Police special operations groups and paramedics swarmed the street. It appears that the gunman have targeted the top level of this town house. One of the windows has been shattered and there is a bullet mark on the balcony railing. We believe that's where the bedroom is. He was home with one other person. One of those bull Betts grazed his forehead so he was taken to hospital for treatment. Neighbours say that Dank has lived here for this town house for about 18 months. The controversial sports scientist was at the centre of the Essendon supplements saga. Police are still here. They have done a line search this morning in the surrounding area. Detectives are currently doorknocking neighbours. The crime scene is set up and will be for most of the dias police investigation investigate who is behind this shooting.It sound like he is a lucky time. You have been a sport reporter. What do you make of this?We have had a lot to do with Steven Dank, particularly in footy Mad Mel. He is not a popular man in the AFL or NRL words. A lot of people blame him for hijacking. It would be an extreme act for somebody linked with fob. Football. I think the mainline of questionings will be the importation and selling of drugs and supplements that are banned in sport. There is a massive amount of money in it. It is illegal. So the importing and moving of a lot of it. There is a lot of links to organised crime in that area. So you would think that would be the mainline of questioning.If that's the case, it is a very big if at this stage. It's interesting timing.Yeah, it may be a scare tactic, who knows? Perhaps this is pure speculation but perhaps there may be a case coming up where he may be able to offer evidence in some sort of investigation. It would seem to be a scare tactic.On the back of the peptides and supplements scandal, have there been you know, criminal investigations into this?OnThere have been investigations, wider investigations na how these illegal supplements get into the country and how they are contributed. As a direct situation, it has died down a little bit because the players have now got their punishments. There is an end date in sight. Really we haven't seen any flare ups in this case in either of these cases for quite a while now. But I mean, this - very broad what it means could be linked to. But you know, the early indication would be, perhaps something to do with the importation of supplements. OK. Right.We will be hearing a lot more about. Thank you very much. A paramedic has been flown
to hospital in Brisbane, after he was stabbed while helping
a patient. Sunrise Reporter Jillian Whiting
joins us now. Jillian, what condition is he in?

He is OK. He

He is OK. He is in a stable condition. He didn't require any major surgy and is expected to be released from hospital today. He is very lucky though. A young woman walked into the ambulance centre on Happy Valley on Fraser Island. The paramedic who was on duty. He said She wasn't making a lot of sense. He took her into the treatment room. She pulled a box cutter knife on him. She demanded medication. He refused and there was a an allocation. He fell and hit his head and was cut on the hand. There was caused that the knife injury had caused some problems. Fortunately though, just superficial wounds. The woman responsible fled. Police are still looking for her. She also didn't take any drugs with her, Talitha. Thank you, Jillian. from Sydney to Thailand, have returned home.

The men were detained for two nights after their altercation diverted
the flight to Bali. They returned home this morning
after boarding flights to Sydney and Melbourne. While the matter has been referred
to Federal police, no charges have been laid. However, they could be hit with
the bill for the unexpected landing.

A man who drove his flaming car
into a Sydney police station has been charged. Peter Zhurawell is accused
of driving the vehicle loaded with gas cylinders into a parking garage of Merrylands
police station on Thursday night. Thank you, Jillian. There was caused that the knife injury had caused some problems. Fortunately

Officers risked their lives
to pull him from the vehicle, as it became engulfed in flames. He was taken
to Royal North Shore hospital with severe burns
to his body. The 61-year-old has been charged with destroying property
and endangering life. Police will seek a beside court
hearing in the coming days. Bill Shorten will officially unveil
his shadow cabinet today, but his front bench will be
a bit more crowded than usual. Seven News politcal reporter
Amelia Brace joins us from Canberra. Amelia, it's a much bigger shadow
cabinet than we usually see.

Absolutely, Talitha, just days after criticising Malcolm

after criticising Malcolm Turnbull for announcing the biggest cabinet that we have seen in 40 years, Bill Shorten has expanded his own frontbench to 32 positions. So many, that two shadow ministers won't even qualify for a frontbencher's allowance. The complicated deal was designed to please everyone after members of the left fashion of the party threatened to split away if veteran Senator Kim Carr wasn't reinstated to the frontbench. To make sure, Senator Sam Dastyari has missed out on a $40,000 pay rise while Andrew Lee keeps the frontbench title but is demoted to a backbencher's salary. All attention turns to jockeying for performs. We are expecting -- shall d did -- for portfolios: Here is Nathan. AFL first and North Melbourne has
broken its five-game losing streak with a 40-point win
over Collingwood. Kangaroos great Brent Harvey equalled the record for most games,
joining Michael Tuck on 426. But it Majak Daw who provided
the most memorable highlight. COMMENTATOR: Oh, Daw. Wow. That is a leap. Spectacular.
At its highest point too. The Roos set up the victory with six goals
in the opening quarter. Lindsay Thomas finished
with five majors.

Brisbane missed a chance to move
inside the top four in the NRL. The Broncos produced numerous errors and were outclassed
by the Panthers 31-12. Penrith led 18-0
by half-time thanks in part to this 100-metre
effort from Wonga Blake. COMMENTATOR: Milford
can't go with him. He'll run the length
of the field. Broncos forward Josh Maguire will be in hot water
for this high shot. Brisbane didn't score until midway
through the second half. The Panthers win consolidates
their spot in the top 8.

This Weekend Sunrise Olympic update is brought to you by Toyota, official sponsor of the Olympic and Paralymic teams. With the Rio Games fast approaching Usain Bolt has made a promising
return from his hamstring injury. The six-time Olympic champion cruised to victory
in the 200 metres at the Diamond League event
in London. The opening ceremony of the
Rio Olympics is just a fortnight away, live and free on the Seven Network.

Tour de France leader Chris Froome had a nasty crash
during stage 19, but recovered, and now leads
by more than four minutes. It was a day of slipping and sliding
as riders struggled for grip on sections
where the road had been re-surfaced. While others simply failed
to hit the brakes in time. Romarn Barday gave France its first
stage win of this year's race. Aussie Richie Porte
is now fifth overall.

Now to JT and today's weather.

Still on sport.

Still on sport. It will be windy in Sydney for the swans Carlton match. In the south-east of Australia, we have had unseasonally warm weather but that is challenging. There is a deep low with a couple of centres off the south-west, south-east of Tasmania that will affect the south-east in the coming days. We are in for some strong wind,

A strong cold front
is bringing heavy rain, damaging winds and severe
thunderstorms to New South Wales, eastern Victoria and Tasmania. Another front
is delivering thunderstorms to southeast South Australia
and west Victoria. A weak trough is triggering showers
in north-western WA. Mostly clear in the north.

There are some weather warnings for gusty winds in the mountains. There were some roofs blown off in Perisher. It has been raining a lot but the cold conditions will change that to snow. Some serious snow is expected between now and Wednesday. Thank you, JT. This is the moment the hunters
became the hunted. A 4m great white shark
stalks a group of spear fisherman off Queensland's Moreton Island. One of the men managed
to capture the encounter on video.

(JAWS THEME PLAYS)

It swept straight to my face.We added the jaws theme.They

His mate, who was even closer,
was so petrified by the shark he accidentally turned his camera
off. But managed to catch
this haunting still of the monster as it swam directly towards him. Antony Sercombe was the fishermen who filmed the encounter
and he joins us now. Morning, Antony. How close do you think you were
to becoming shark dinner? I was about four to five metres above it. So that footage you can see, the GoPro doesn't

see, the GoPro doesn't give it as much justice. It looks further away. About 4 or 5m on top of it. We can hear you sort of giggling, I assume that's a nervous laughter after the encounter there, Antoni. Did you think well, this is - this is it, for you? He is going to take my head off?Yeah, probably reactions, I was not looking the other way. Then I heard my mate say "There is a great white" I took a book out of your book, I thought "No deal, I'm getting out of here." Did he recognise the no deal symbol. I will see it in my head. I was actually pretty calm. I thought given I was never seen one before, that I might be reacting a little bit worse. You could tell it was in a placid mood.We are pleased that you are OK. We understand that you moved from the great white capital of WA for the very reason of avoiding great whites. It seems they are following you.It seems. Good to talk to you.Thank you very much.Cheers mate. Bye bye. Still ahead - Harry Potter
and Star Wars rank among the best franchises
of all time. But can you guess which 40-year-old
movie takes out the top spot? And, advance Australia un-fair. Should our anthem be used
in advertising, or is it just disprespectful? Have your say soon.

VOICE-OVER: Jane's no Olympian, but at Macca's she's
an Aussie Angus and egg prodigy. Look at that Angus beef, egg, beetroot and barbecue finish. Go, Jane. We're for Aussie legends,
Olympian or not.

A new advertising campaign
by fruit canning company SPC Ardmona has had people talking this week. The ad uses the words
to the national anthem while promoting Australian-grown
tomatoes. Our land abounds in nature's gifts
of beauty rich and rare. In history's page, let every stage,

advance Australia fair.

It's not the first time our
national anthem has been used to promote
a food product. Sam Kekovich's Australia Day ads
also use the tune, minus the words.

My fellow Australians,
incidents of un-Australian behaviour was enough to make me choke
on my lamb chops. And it was all down to one thing,
not enough lamb. But is it appropriate to use our
national anthem in this way? Who better to answer that question than our Masters of Spin,
Jane Caro and Dan Gregory? Good morning to you both.

I am a bit surprised that Lausiis wasn't reading the Ardmona Adlington. We know he has a real turn for Petrie.We also need to make it fit in 30 seconds.Is the National Anthem fair game?I think so. One of the things that people look at is what can they afford? Presumably the National Anthem is out there in the public domain that doesn't cost you anything. That will be one of the things. It depends on how it is being used. I love that Lam Adlington with Sam Kekovich and using the music in the background, if your really fun,y, I will give you away with nothing. The SPC use of the National Anthem is classy.Yeah.It was certainly better than you know, Dore thee a Mackellar's I love a sunburnt country. Don't you think?I mean, they are trying to demonstrate to the consumer that this is an Australian product and they therefore ergo should be purchasing T That is the whole strategy. This is Australian. With the images they are showing beautiful, natural, those are the taste cues but basically they are saying to people quite upfront. "These are grown here, these are canned here. "By here.OnThey are trying to link it to the farmers. By national, whether it buy Australian have failed. Because in research groups, yes r we say yes, of course we will buy Australian, we don't do. We saw what happened with the milk, the Dairy Farmers. I think they are trying to leverage on that and connect, what is a tinned product to real people growing this. It's real veg teabls.Since it was introduce in 1984, we have had a bit of a rocky history. Look at this young boy who gets hiccups in the middle. # With golden soil and wealth for toil # Our home is girt by sea. #They could have used that for the Ardmona Adlington. That would have bought the tomatoes then. I love the Argentinian singer forgot the words.

# We for we are let us be. # For let our voice for wealth to toil. # We do have wealth for toys.Isn't that what most of us do.I you can't remember the words.You remember the first bit. Then there is aIt used to be Australia's sons. Then they changed it to Australians all. Let us reviews. After that bit, I am a bit lost. I am doing what he is doing.Thank you, both, great to see you: Still to come - More on our breaking news out
of Germany. We cross live
to our reporter for the latest as police continue their search
for the gunmen.

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The man jailed for killing
Michael Jackson - his explosive allegations. What really went on in the secret
world of the King of Pop. If you think you've heard it all,
think again, a Weekend Sunrise special event.

There's been a massive breakthrough
this week in scientific world. A leap so big

is been likened to going from an
18th century atlas to Google maps. Researchers
have found 100 new regions in the human brain

that they never knew existed
until now. They've created
a new brain map which shows new areas in the brain responsible for motion, senses,
emotions, abstract thinking and problem solving. There are so many new areas, the researchers aren't even sure
what some of them do. For example,
one area is activated by relaxing, but deactivated when a person
tries to solve math problems. Researchers hope the map will help
idenitify what's different between
the brains of people with and without
learning disabilities. And how it can be corrupted
by diseases like Alzheimer's and schizophrenia.

This is sorts of the first time they are had such an understanding, it is described as version 1.0. So they have got a long way to go before they understand it. But it's a real breakthrough.Interesting to sort of map, something like Adam Spencer's brain to see if the region responsible for Maths problem solving activated the relaxation part.Let's put them forward as research subjects.Let's get them on with two metal cones on their heads and wire between them. In a guinea pig cage. Adam, Carl, you are both friends of the program. It's the least you can do. It's time for the news. Here is Talitha. More on our breaking news out
of Germany - Police have warned
people to stay indoors as they search for the gunmen who killed at nine 9 people during a shooting at a shopping mall
in Munich. Seven News reporter Ben Lewis
joins us from our Europe Bureau. Ben, the city has been placed
into lockdown.

It's just after

It's just after 1.30 in the morning in Munich. The entire transport network has been shut down for the night. The highways have been closed as police still say they are looking for up to three men believed responsible for this attack. In the last few minutes, we have had new information from police headquarters in Munich saying that ten people have been killed in what they have described as a shooting rampage. It's believed that one of the dead is either the gunman or one of the gunmen. The police were first brought to the scene after a man was seen going into the Olympia shopping centre, with a gun clearly visible. We have seen amateur video of a man firing at a crowd of people outside a McDonald's store. We have more vision of what appears to be the same man standing on the roof of the shopping centre carpark. This is a terrifying experience for people in Germany and wider Munich.It's all a bit close to home to be honest. This is the first thing that has really - that has been really close. You know, and not just like same country close, like 5km close. A little bit nervous, very edgy. It's pretty eye opening. .Germany's foreign minister says the motive is still not clear at this stage. There are contradictory clues, the Germany government has said there are many flets to Islamic groups. They have foiled a number of Islamic State terror plots. However, many eye witnesses to this crime today, said that one of the gunmen was shouting obscenities to forkers. -- foreigners, he was screaming "I am a German, I was born here."Thank you, Ben. has been shot in the head
at his Melbourne home. Sports scientist Stephen Dank has been shot in the head
at his Melbourne home. Police were called
to the Ascot Vale address just after 2 o'clock this morning. The 52-year-old was only grazed
by the bullet, which went just millimetres
from his brain. He was taken
to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a stable condition. Mr Dank is alleged
to have administered banned peptides to NRL and AFL football players. No-one has been arrested. A paramedic has been stabbed while trying to treat a patient
on Fraser Island.

The ambulance officer was attending
to a woman at the island medical centre, when he was attacked. The 56-year-old was flown to Royal Brisbane and Women's
Hospital in a stable condition. Police are travelling to the island
to hunt the attacker. A man who allegedly
drove his flaming car into a Sydney police station
has been charged. Peter Zhurawell is accused
of driving the vehicle loaded with gas cylinders into a parking garage
of Merrylands police station on Thursday night. He suffered serious burns
and was sent to hospital. Police are seeking
a bedside court hearing with him in the next few days.

Arguably the cutest member
of the Royal Family, Prince George, has turned three years old. For more, our royal correspondent
Rob Jobson, joins us live from London. Morning, Rob.
How did they celebrate?

Morning, Talitha. Prince George, three today. Actually had a great birthday. He was initially they released photographs, his mum and dad of the cute little youngster of playing on a swing, playing with his dog. But he had a party at Amber hall, the residents where he invited a whole lot of his Pals along. His Nan and grandad, Michael and Carole Middleton arrived. They arrived with party tricks. No Prince Charles or no Queen but they had a very good party by all said. Poor little George got into trouble with Twitter trolls for feeding his dog ice-cream.You are kidding. Stop it.We did wonder about -- wonder about that this morning.Was is your standard ice-cream? Rob, I would assume your the inside scoop. Scoop ice-cream, very good. It was a Magnum.It was a Magnum.Just looking at your tan there, you are looking very, very brown today. I am assuming you have been visiting the family back in Tonga. Can you confirm that the king and Queen have sent a kilo of yam to George for his third birthday?All I can say on that one, Andrews I have not been to Tonga but if I had been to Tonga, it could have been dangerous because I could have - they have identified the wrong man, don't you think. I could have been in serious trouble. I wonder if I got off the floor why everybody was Boeing down and seemed over excited.Were you wearing civvies or wearing the regular aila. We know you are prone to wearing it?Well, when I go to Tonga, I dress appropriately, that's all I'm going to say, Mon. Civvies. Your civilian clothes.All right, I have never heard.They call it Malaka, that's the word for civvies.

Not only on our royal family but the Tongan families worldwide. Nath in sport. Nathan is wondering what the hell is going on. We should point out, we were covering a royal story, some years ago now. And we decided that there were many other royal stories that we were not covering. One of them was it was the King of Tonga's birthday a and we asked Rob about that, then we thought that he could be the King of Tonga.Well done, Rob. Updating sport - and last night North Melbourne's
Majak Daw produced a mark of the year
contender as the Kangaroos broke their
five-game losing streak beating Collingwood by 40 points. North Melbourne veteran,
Brent Harvey, equalled the record for most games
joining Michael Tuck on 426. In the NRL, Penrith scored a resounding win
over the Broncos in Brisbane. The Panthers led 18-0 at half-time while the Broncos didn't get
on the score sheet until the 58th minute. Both teams remain in the top 8. A controversial loss
for the Brumbies in their Super Rugby quarter-final
against the Highlanders. The ACT side was denied
a potential match-winning try late in the match, with the video referee unable
to see clear grounding of the ball. A lucky escape for Tour de France
leader, Chris Froome, in stage 19. He recovered from the crash, and now leads
by more than four minutes. Roman Barday gave France its first
stage win of this year's race. Aussie Richie Porte
is fifth overall.

of Tonga.Well done, Rob.Let's go and talk to JT with the weather. After the unseasonally warm temperatures in Sydney and Melbourne. Things are cool be down slightly. Starting in Queensland, it will be a partly cloudy day in terns.

One of the big things happening this weekend, Splend our in the Grass. Beautiful weather forecast for Byron day. Have fun for everybody heading out there. Up next - we revisit the biggest
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More on our breaking news out
of Germany - police have warned
people to stay indoors as they search for the gunmen who killed at least nine people during a shooting at a shopping mall
in Munich. Seven News reporter Ben Lewis joins
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into lockdown.

This has come straight from Munich police headquarters.

police headquarters. They are saying that they believe there was only one gunman after all. So the lockdown in the city has been lifted. They believe that this man entered the opa shopping centre just around from the Olympic Stadium and started firing. They believe this was the same man who was seen on the video in top of the shopping centre carpark, firing his shot in the air and outside the McDonald's and firing at people down the street. They believe he walked about a kilometre away or so before committing suicide taking his own life. So ten people dead, including the gunman. Because police have come to this hypothesis, they have allowed the lockdown to be lifted. Public transport is being reopened to get so many people home. So many people took shelter in the hotels and city. They knew need to get everybody out of the city. An incredibly sad story emerging here. Still no word as to the motive. We heard from the German foreign minister saying there were contradictory clues. We had the eye witness reports saying that the man was shouting ab senities at foreigners but the government says no word yet on a motive. Germany has been the subject to many threats by so-called Islamic State but they also have networks of far right extremist groups operating in the country as well. The possibility it could have been something entirely different. So still many unanswered questions. 10 dead, including the loan gunman.Do we know if anyone was injured?Yes, at least ten people seriously injured. We have been hearing some pretty harrowing stories of families rushing from hospital to hospital, trying to find out if their loved ones are alive or dead. The minor injuries will be much higher. They are saying that at least 100 people witnessed the shootings. Many more people who suffered minor injuries in the panic as people tried to run away. There will be a quite high injury toll.Let alone the mental languish. We have heard stories of people cowering in the backs of shops, you can only imagine how horrific it was. Thank you, Ben for the update.I mean, surprising in many ways that more people won't killed. When you see how close the gunman was to those fleeing from the McDonald's.Don't go anywhere. Weekend Sunrise will be back in just a moment.

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When it comes to choosing your
final resting place, the options are usually limited
to burial or cremation. But how about becoming
a meteor shower instead? Brisbane businessman,
Paul Francis, wants to offer people the chance
to re-join the cosmos when they die by offering burials
in space. Paul joins us to explain. Good morning. First of all - why would someone want to be buried
in space?

just a moment.The benefits to financially because of the cost of the burial is much cheaper an unearth bound burial. Also to the environment, that we are not using land that could be used to keep a the gases down. It's used - we are using the space and you are basically re-entering the environment in part of the Kozmus. How long do you circle around there up there, Paul? You don't want to end up at space junk.We have a re-entry system built into the Rocket. At our control, we can let the loved ones know when it will happen, through our app and they can know exactly where the re-entry will happen if they are in that seg men, they can see the light show as the loved ones re-enter the atmosphere and burn up.What are the practicalities of this? How it will actually work? You just deliver your urn of Ashes somewhere?Yes, the - you still go through your normal funeral home. They will send us the ashes once it's cremated. We will have them recremated to reduce the weight again. Up to 300 people in one Rocket can be sent. We are using a Rocket that has been developed by a company called Aerospace in the states. It's a balloon launch Rocket. The balloons take -- balloons take it up to 100,000 feet. The Rocket fires and the orbit is achieved.If you were well any enough to heir out the whole Rocket, could you fire your actually body into space so you are floating around the planet and then your body re-entersIf they have got the budget, we will do it.That looks like fun.I think Andrew will start saving up for. Speaking of cost, how much it will cost tore just your Ashes?For a full body burial, it's $1500. That includes two kilos of Ashes.That's a gar begin.Would you works you how many of us produce?You produce a lot more Ashes than what you would think. After a normal creation, there is about 3.5 or 4 Ashes. You have to split your Ashes and say which half. The family can retain a certain percentage if they would like to keep that with them. The balance of the Ashes are recremated to get them down to a lower weight again.Cow have one lot of washes and if you enjoyed that experience, you could send your second lot of Ashes up.How would you know to make that decision?That's a good point, isn't it? All right, thank you, Paul.Thank you, Paul.For all the details, just head to our website. For more details,
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Kyles,
how good's this Olympic stuff? How did you like the archery?
Loved it. I won. Yeah. Blah, blah, blah.
How did you like the fencing? Hated it, 'cause you won. It's been challenging, but I thought we'd come
for something a little bit easier. 'Cause we've got a bit of form
in this trampolining. Of course. It was LA four years ago. So, time to see
if those pelvic floor muscles have withstood the test of time. Ty and Shaun,
some of the best in the biz. Come on over, guys. Wow.

Hey, guys.
Hello. Congratulations, Sean.
You are the reserve for Rio. Yes. So, that means you're pretty good. Yeah, it means at the moment
it's a recognition as me... ..as myself as one of the top two
trampolinists in the country, and I've got a job to do,
just stay comp-ready up until the games and be there
as support for our team. Is it as simple as starting like
all of us in the backyard with a little rusty old trampoline? Actually, so, the first time
Ty and myself ever saw a trampoline was at the 2000 Olympic Games when we had a silver medal
from Ji Wallace. After that we found a local
trampoline club and went from there. So, actually from the Olympics,
it drove you... That's a great story. So, when we hear the word 'inspire'
and Olympics, it is so true. And you're brothers,
of course, as well. So, very competitive as well,
I guess. Mm-hm. Yeah, it adds another
dynamic, so it's always fun. You need to explain
some of the rules to us, because this is a sport
with a lot of rules. So, basically, you do two routines. There's 10 skills in a routine. Your first routine's
based largely on execution and how high you can go. Your second routine's
based on execution, how high you can go
and how difficult your routine is. One of the hardest skills
that I do - I'm the only person in the world
that competes this skill - it's a triple back somersault
in the pike position. It's a bit of a rare triple,
so I'm pretty proud of that one, but guys are doing anywhere of up to five to six triple
somersaults in a routine. So, competitors
are jumping far higher than they ever have before, so stopping's actually become
one of the more difficult elements at the end of the skill. And you've got to hold it for? About three seconds before you turn
and give the judges your best smile. So, these ones as well at the end? Yeah, so, the girls tend to have
the fingers, but the boys sort of... And this isn't just
an individual sport. You guys double up, right,
with the synchronised? Mm-hm. Once I made it up
into the senior ranks,

What? What do you mean? If you have