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live by Ai-Media. As we go to air this morning, a fire has ripped through
a home in Adelaide a few hours ago. We'll have the latest. The email scandal deepens. Hillary Clinton's campaign
is in free fall, as Trump resurges in polling. Can she stop the bleeding? Never-ever land. Border control crackdown. How asylum seekers
who arrive by boat could be banned for life under a tough new policy
released this morning. The new scam
that could fleece you thousands of dollars. It's quick,
and it's over the phone. Are you on the hitlist? And, don't look down! Meet the daredevils
going to great heights to get the perfect selfie. All that and more, as we push the boundaries
this morning on Weekend Sunrise.

VOICE-OVER:
Welcome to Weekend Sunrise. Here's Andrew O'Keefe
and Monique Wright.

Good morning.Welcome to the show. We are trying to figure out why we are playing that particular music. I think it is the skyscraper and the music.Maybe it is a multilayered choice.Russell is like that. There is a lot going on with him. Great to have your company.

Now here's PJ
with the 7:00am news. A woman has been seriously
injured in a hit-and-run in Adelaide's north overnight. Emergency services were called to
Craigmore around 9:00 to discover the pedestrian
had been hit. The woman, in her 30s, was taken to hospital
in a critical condition. The driver had taken off
but later returned to the scene and has been charged
with driving offences. A man has been injured in another
hit-and-run in Sydney overnight. Emergency services were called to
Kings Cross around 3:30 and found the victim lying
unconscious in the road. The 25-year-old
was taken to hospital suffering from head injuries. Police are still searching
for the offending driver. A home has been destroyed
by a massive blaze in Adelaide's north overnight. The fire broke out around 4:00
at the town house in Renown Park. Emergency crews got
the flames under control. Several people inside were able
to get out safely. It's unclear what caused
the blaze. Donald Trump has clawed himself back into striking distance
of the White House. after the FBI's
shock announcement it's reopened the investigation into Hillary Clinton's
email scandal.

In the latest poll, he is just two points behind. It was taken one day after the investigation was announced. There are 10 days left until the election.

Hillary Clinton is trying
to defuse a bombshell. The American people deserve to get the full
and complete facts immediately. Her campaign has gone
from cruise control to crisis over a memo from FBI director
James Comey to congressional leaders. He revealed the discovery
of newly uncovered emails connected to Clinton's
private server. Comey said it's not clear whether they contain
classified information or are even important. The FBI boss knew that there would be a significant
risk to reveal the case, but not to would be misleading
the American people.

We do not know the facts. That is why we are calling on the FBI to release all the information.

The emails were found
on a computer belonging to former congressman
Anthony Weiner. The FBI is investigating whether he sent sexually explicit messages
and photos to an underage girl. Weiner's wife is
top Clinton aide Huma Abedin. This is the biggest political
scandal since Watergate and I'm sure it will be
properly handled from this point forward. It's unlikely to be settled
before election day, which isn't good news
for Clinton.

Two people have been injured when the car
they were travelling in flipped on its roof
in Sydney's south-west. The vehicle was travelling along
the M5 in Hammondville, when it lost control and crashed. Emergency services
worked for some time to free the people
trapped inside. They've been taken to hospital
with serious injuries. One westbound lane
remains closed. It's unclear
what caused the crash.

A hero cab driver
has been reunited with one of the passengers
he saved from a burning bus during a deadly attack
on its driver in Brisbane. Aguek Nyok kicked open the door
of the flaming vehicle in Moorooka, allowing the people trapped
inside to safety.

The driver Manmeet Sharma
was burned alive. Friends and colleagues of his
held a vigil for him last night, and say they're shocked
by his horrific murder. Manmeet's suspected killer
faced court yesterday and remains behind bars. Asylum seekers
who arrive to Australia by boat could be banned from coming
to the country for life, under strict new laws. Newscorp reports the ban would apply to anyone
coming to the country illegally, whether they were sent
to Manus Island or Nauru, or even if they willingly return
to their home countries. The refugees would never
be allowed to apply for a visa of any kind - even a holiday one. The laws are expected
to be introduced when parliament returns
next week. A policeman's bodycam has captured the moment
he pulled an elderly driver from her burning car in the US. The 87-year-old was struggling
to get out of her vehicle when the officer stepped in
to give her a hand. One she was safe,
he's seen grabbing her cane before picking up a hose
and putting out the fire himself. The woman suffered
some smoke inhalation, but was otherwise OK. Thousands of people
will ditch the cars and walk across Sydney today, in a bid to raise money
for cancer research. The annual '7 Bridges Walk'
will see some 12,000 people make the 28km trek
for a good cause. This years' participants will be strutting alongside
one of our most famous walkers, Olympic Champion
Jared Tallent. I'll be out there walking and you'll be able
to say hi to me, and we'll really
raise some funds

for the cancer council. The route spans the harbour

and takes in some of Sydney's
most spectacular views. With Halloween a day away and the US election
just around the corner, one woman has decided to
'pumpkinise' the Presidential candidates. Jeanette Paras has been
painting pumpkines based on celebrities
since the '80's since the '80s and this year she's decided to put a political spin
on her orange canvas. So meet the 'Trumpkin' - weighing 170 kg and with
its own custom wig. Then there's Hillary - apparently
the most popular pumpkin. And finally Vladimir,
Russia's own Putin pumpkin.

I think people like the Hillary Clinton one because it looks like one of the Muppets.Opening a can of worms. Who is really pulling the strings on the Clinton campaign? Jim Henson?That is what Donald Trump might claim.Is he really dead?

All the sport and weather
is next. Then, can Michelle Obama rescue
The Hillary Campaign? How the first lady is the number
one choice for American voters.

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Welcome back. It is Halloween Eve. The night before Halloween.That sounds a bit awkward.Also, it is the Indian Festival of Light. Today is the day. Officially, Sunday is the big day.It goes all weekend. Time for sport.

Sydney FC
remains perfect this season - four wins from four matches. The Sky Blues
took the lead against Newcastle after just seven minutes -
Captain Alex Brosque on target. Sydney doubled its lead
shortly after the break. He goes...
Milos Ninkovic. A 2-0 victory, and Sydney FC is yet to concede
a goal this season. Western Sydney made a great start
against Central Coast.

That is a lovely ball. The opening goal. 83 seconds in.

But for the second straight week, the Wanderers had to settle
for a draw. A mistake from defender
Robbie Cornthwaite allowed Adam Berry to equalise. In the Premier League, Manchester City broke their
six-game winless drought, smashing West Brom 4-0.
Aguero scored a double. Aguero!
A thumping finish! Arsenal sits alongside Man City
at the top of the ladder. The Gunners hammered Sunderland
4-1. Sanchez and Giroud
grabbed two each. And Liverpool
also shares top spot, thanks to a 4-2 victory
at Crystal Palace.

And he clips it elegantly and confidently.

And Jose Mourinho
was sent to the stands for arguing with the referee, in Manchester United's
scoreless draw with Burnley. Shaun Johnson
has inspired New Zealand to a one-point win over England
in their Four Nations opener. It took 34 minutes
for the first try. Kiwis winger Jordan Rapana
crossed out wide. The visitors led 12-4
early in the second half.

He will take some stopping. Johnson is away. They will not get close before he touches down.

England hit back, before Ropanna
scored his second. The home side drew level, on the back of a spectacular pass
from Gareth Widdop. Johnson gave New Zealand
a 17-16 victory with a field goal,
with more than 15 minutes to go.

If you are walking the bridge walk today, do not do this... You will hurt your hips. I just wanted to pass that on. No, the weather. Perhaps you could do the shuffle like with young. How is that? It is a momentous occasion today. Royal Caribbean Cruises Gradients of the C is here. It is the first time it has been here. The locals have set up a huge welcoming party. Not just the red carpet, the entire community has come out. We will be experiencing just how much fantastic stuff the area has to offer. It will be a great morning.

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Whether this man there is a trough producing rain and understands. High-pressure. In Brisbane today, cloudy. A top of 28. Rain at times. Raining in Canberra, 25. Showers in Hobart, 24. Sunny in Perth, 21. In Darwin, showers and 34. It is amazing watching this ship come in. A bit of a tradition here,

The cruise ship comes in for the first time, there are big front and what the displays by tugboats. What is going on!An indigenous welcome! Why I ought to... Did you see the ship?That was excellent. Have a nice day. Thank you.

Still to come - the TV stars exposing
our flimsy airport security laws. And why we all should
be concerned

And why we all should
be concerned in the ease in which its done. In health matters - why calling Triple Zero
in some states can cost thousands,
and others it's free. So just how much will you pay
for an ambulance? Ahead, Michelle Obama
to the rescue. Will she be able to save
Hillary's campaign? And after the dirtiest campaign
in living memory, should she run for President
next time?

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Ask some Americans
about their election and they'll say both candidates
are as bad as each other in a campaign marked by rancour,
divisiveness and negativity. It's no surprise then, that the only person emerging with more goodwill than
the main candidates is someone
who isn't even a politician. Michelle Obama is being
reluctantly farewelled by many from the White House. As first lady, she leaves behind
an impressive legacy that's got many wondering whether
she could one day run herself. PJ Madam has this special report
for us.

The first lady of the
United States, Michelle Obama! (CHEERING) It's official, right now the First Lady is the most popular person
in American politics. I have known a few people
in Washington DC and not all of them get
that type of reception. Rewind eight years and it's hard to believe
Michelle Obama was wary of her husband running
for President, fearing their lives would
become an open book. But this Harvard-trained former
lawyer was never going to settle with just being the first
African-American first Lady. Like her husband, Michelle
wanted to make a difference. Early in her role, she launched a
nation-wide initiative to promote healthy eating
and exercise to combat the rise of childhood obesity. And established a program to help
military families and veterans away from the battlefield. Then came the endless
column inches, photographs, and magazine covers
detailing the evolution of the First Lady's style. That is first lady
Michelle Obama, stunning. In a Versace gown. There wasn't a talk show she
hadn't appeared on. Or a celebrity car
she hadn't sung in. All while promoting a love story
that's lasted nearly 25 years. It was widely rumoured, these first ladies initially
didn't get along but, with Michelle's ability to deliver a killer speech
and connect, it was only a matter of time
before she appeared in Hillary's campaign. Seriously, is there anyone more
inspiring than Michelle Obama? And maybe it is especially
meaningful to me, because I do know something about being the first lady
of the United States. But perhaps Michelle Obama
will be best remembered for her unapologetic
girl-power message. Empowering women through many
education and health programs. So, who better to smack down
Donald Trump over allegations he sexually
assaulting a string of women? This isn't about politics, this is about basic human
decency and we simply cannot endure this or expose our
children to this any longer. She ticks many boxes, but will she run for president? Let me tell you there are three
things that are certain in life, death, taxes and Michelle
not running for president. And it seems the First Lady is
unlikely to change her mind. She's happy to return to a job
she's most proud of, mother and wife in chief.

We have just broken the mould, haven't they?What a terrific couple.We might get some more afterwards. We could see them dancing.Maybe they will go back to life on the circuit. Apparently Barbara Bush was one of the most loved first ladies.She was pulling at 80% approval rate. Michelle Obama is at 64%.Still the most popular First Lady in the last 10 years.

New this morning - never-ever land. The government reveals its even
tougher stance on border control. Will you agree with it? And, pretending
to be from Telstra - the new scam stealing thousands
of dollars from families. Are you on their list? And this will get
your heart started. The incredible story
of the daredevil climbers. Risking their lives for a selfie. You won't believe
what happens next.

He isn't just breaking concrete. By having a midafternoon
Bacon & Egg McMuffin, he's breaking breakfast rules too. McDonald's All Day Breakfast.

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I love that song. He's just caught up.Simon will dance after his Jonah talent what he has the moose for the song.

It's time for the news with PJ. A pedestrian is fighting for life after she was hit by a car
which failed to stop in Adelaide's north. Emergency services were called
to Craigmore around 9:00 to discover the pedestrian
had been hit. The woman, in her 30s, was taken to hospital
in a critical condition. The driver
later returned to the scene and has been charged
with driving offences.

Drivers in Sydney's south-west
are being urged to avoid the M5 after a major accident
near Hammondville. At least two people
have been injured when the car
they were travelling in flipped on its roof
early this morning. Emergency services
worked for some time to free the people
trapped inside. They've been taken to hospital
with serious injuries. One westbound lane
remains closed.

A massive fire
has destroyed a home in Adelaide's north overnight. The blaze broke out around 4:00
at the townhouse in Renown Park. Several people inside were able
to get out safely. There were fears for one resident
who couldn't be located, but they were later found safe. It's unclear
what caused the blaze.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
has made a plea to prosecutors to let him temporarily leave
London's Ecuadorian Embassy. The Australian computer hacker requested authorities
grant him clemency from a detention order
and arrest warrant so he could attend
a friend's funeral. However, Swedish police
dismissed the request - he'd be arrested
if he stepped outside. Assange's lawyers will appeal the
ruling with Sweden's High Court. Donald Trump has his best chance
yet to win the presidency, thanks to the bombshell
announcement, the FBI is investigating
Hillary Clinton's emails again. The latest poll has
the Republican just two points behind,
up from 12. It was taken a day before
the news broke about the new FBI investigation. Meaning Secretary Clinton
could lose her lead, with just ten days left
until the election. Trump has capitalised
on the news, using his rallies
to step up his attacks. This is the biggest
political scandal since Watergate, and it's everyone's deepest hope that justice at last
can be properly delivered. The investigation isn't likely
to be completed by election day.

Figures that have come out from a couple of months ago. The 12 point distance is down to 2 points. The victory is still a big claim but he is within striking range. Good news for Donald Trump. Conservationists are celebrating this morning. There has been a major agreement between 24 countries.

The deal between leaders
from 24 countries and the EU have agreed to turn sea,
on the coast of Antarctica, into the largest marine sacturary
in the world. An area of more than
1.1 million square kms will now be protected
from fishing, in order to maintain it's
biological and natural heritage.

People can work together. Countries can work together.24 countries were involved. That is a huge deal. Everyone feels good.Good food. Good coffee.There is currently a discussion. It is about explosive mining in Antarctica. The Russians and Chinese are in favour of that. It could make the wheels deaf. The rely on their hearing to navigate around the world.This is a fantastic win.

Melbourne Cup favourite Hartnell has drawn barrier 12
for Tuesday's great race. These are the top 8 runners, currently paying inside $20
for the win. Hartnell's trainer, John O'Shea,
says barrier 12 doesn't make much of difference
to their race plan. Oceanographer booked a spot
in the 24-horse field by winning
the Lexus Stakes yesterday. The two favourites
are trained by the Godolphin stable.

Daniel Ricciardo has qualified
fourth for tomorrow's Mexico Grand Prix.

The Red Bull driver was surprised
with his car's pace.

Lewis Hamilton grabbed
his 10th pole of the season,

ahead of championship leader
Nico Rosberg. Australian GP winner
Cal Crutchlow struggled to stay on his bike
in Malaysia, but he still qualified fifth
for this afternoon's race. Andrea Dovizioso will start
from pole position. Australia is on track
to reach the final of the Fast5 World Series
in Melbourne. The Aussies won their three
matches on the opening day, including a victory over
arch-rival, New Zealand. The top two teams
after the round robin stage will play in tonight's final.

It is interesting. It sounds like a bit of a separation. Now, let's go back to Wollongong.A momentous occasion. A cruise ship has just landed in Wollongong. The locals have turned out to welcome it.Yes! There is the Lord Mayor. Thank you so much. Fantastic. That is welcome. Let's go to the forecast.

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and Orange. Rain at times in Sydney and 28. Canberra, rain at times and 25. Ballarat,
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and 34 in Darwin. And in the west, Albany a shower or two and 15.
Perth sunny and 21.

400 locals have volunteered their time to welcome people.Amazing. 400 people have said, "You know what, I cannot think of anything better to do than welcome this ship." How would you feel if the Wii was the first person that welcomes you?Yes. Basically, all of the great things, you can jump on a bike, talk to local tourist operators...We have got 400 volunteers stationed at hotspots around the city. Any of these guests, if they look lost, there are open arms and big smiles ready to help them. Some of them are quite nice.Thank you. Thank you. We will see you in 30 minutes. Exciting. I can imagine them getting back and talking about Wollongong. They will be hugging information Mark you look like a salty version of Charlie Clawson! Have you ever been compared to him before?I have not.A lot of people say that Toby looks like Charlie. There are 10 hotspots in Wollongong. Thank you very much. If you are not going to Wollongong, perhaps the Blue Mountains might be a good place for a getaway.

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longest serving postmen. And, no harness, no fear. The couple risking it all for the ultimate
adrenaline rush. Are they completely mad? And, you might think twice
about calling an ambulance - their exorbitant fees revealed. Why some states charge thousands
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When there's an emergency,

the last thing
you're thinking about is how much it's going to cost. But each year,
many Australians get caught out by not having ambulance cover. When the bill comes in, often,
it's not cheap. This week's 'body+soul' lift-out
in the News Corp papers looks at the cost,
state-by-state. Joining us to discuss
is Sunrise GP Dr Ginni Mansberg. Morning, Ginni. Prices vary a great deal, which states don't charge at
all, and which charge the most?

You are lucky if you get sick in Queensland. The state picks up the tab. It is a lot worse in other states. You do not want to live far from the hospital.So that is the flattery?The quality. Ash flat rate. You have got a long way to go to the hospital. State governments in Queensland and has many do a great job of looking after their sick people.If you have private health insurance, that is good. However, they can be a bit sticky with it. We paid for an ambulance for the kids. The insurance that covered but it is not easy. It is hard to do. The way to do it, you send it directly. It looks like it is a bill that has come to you. You pay it.I am in New South Wales. I guess we are middle-of-the-road. If you do not have private health insurance, you think, "Should I be calling the ambulance?" It is difficult. You are thinking you are going to get slugged with that.On the flipside, this is not helped to dissuade some of those frivolous calls?There will always be a situation when you do not get it quite right. There could be people who are afraid to ring an ambulance and they could die. I think the idea of someone being too scared to call and I'm glad because the cannot afford, that is unacceptable. Another thing mentioned this week was about at-home health checks. These are a bit of fun. There is the stand-up, sit-down test. This is just one study. You put your hands by your side like that and you try, without helping yourself, to sit all the way down. Down to the floor, then get back up again. You lose points every time that you use a body part to help you get up or down. The more points that you lose, the less good it is.What are you testing?Muscle strength. Also, there are tests for carpal tunnel syndrome. It can be missed. Go for it. It is a bit of fun.People in the studio are trying it now.I prefer to do this first thing in the morning...Really? If they are white, you have got an iron deficiency. It is all subjective, isn't it?Thank you.

Ahead on the show - the more you inherit the more
you'll be taxed. The push to introduce
a death tax. But is it fair getting penalised
for receiving a gift? Border control revamp - New details released
this morning on how boat people will be
sent packing for good. Will you agree? And hold your breath. The story you simply won't
want to miss. The love-birds living on the edge
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Time to discuss
what's making news. And the story on the front page
of News Corp papers this morning is about new laws set to be
introduced to Parliament that ban asylum seekers
who arrive by boat from ever applying
for Australian visas. Even those deemed
genuine refugees, will never be able to
come to Australia, if they arrive
outside official channels. Joining us to discuss are media
commentator Rachel Corbett and former political advisor to
Kevin Rudd, Lachlan Harris. Lachlan, you were Rudd
chief advisor when he abolished the Howard
government's Pacific Solution back in 2008.

What are your feelings?It is a hard issue. I am concerned. We are getting to the point where the balance has gone too far. It is not sustainable. It is mass incarceration. These are like concentration camps in many ways. They are trying to stem the flow of people who want to come here. It does not mean we cannot do anything but, I think, the balance has gone too far the other way. It is not good for our morality, our soul. I am concerned.I cannot understand the practical implication of this. If what situation is someone who has come here by boat and then been to a detention centre and then been sent off to a third country, are they seriously going to end up in Australia again? This is not about refugees. This is about telling the Australian people that we lock them up and kick them out as well.It is almost a meaningless policy announcement. It is safe for us. There is a point where we have two ring a bell and say enough is enough. This is getting ridiculous. There is a need to make sure that we have reasonable and tough border protection laws but there is a point when we go over the line. We are getting to that point when balance has been lost.Have we lost all compassion about this?I think it is important to have strong borders. The fact that no boats are coming is a good thing. There are a lot of people in Purgatory that we are talking over the top of. If there was no one in detention right now, this is a different conversation. The fact that there are two people here in this situation... The other thing is, kids will be affected by this. The thing that concerns me is the idea of a boat full of kids coming over from parents who want better lives for their children. If kids are exempt, disaster can happen that way. They can get into the country. It could mean that there are a lot of desperate parents who want better for their children who could risk everything to give them a better life.How do we stop deaths at sea if there is not a solution? We should give up on the word solution. There are issues with this. There is a point in time when desperate people will need to come by any means that they can. There is not a solution. There is a set of policies that balances need. There is a need to help people and act morally and reasonably. We are constantly trying to get the balance right. The word solution should never be used.Absolutely. We do not allow anyone to see the conditions in these detention camps. If someone goes in there and cease what is happening as these that it is torture, it will be a different matter. Let's change topics. The bachelorette couple have made headlines after apparently exposing flaws in a domestic security procedure on flights. The lovebirds flew around the country under fake names to protect their identities. Okay. They can use a fake name these days.Nobody shows their ID all the time.Especially if you check-in online.Sometimes the ask at the counter. I must be the only person that does it. You can call yourself whatever you want. It does not matter. This is not exposing anything shocking.It was not just their name. What a ridiculous concept! 20 people can get on TV and all fall in love with the same person!Do not pass judgement if you have not watched an episode! There is true love on that show! I am a true believer!I do not think a lot of people worry if it is true love or not. If you are going to do something, you can do it under any name.I think the idea that we will somehow turn everything a person into a security guard and use that as best defence, that is a fallacy. When you fill out your form, you can change the honorary thick. I always make myself a professor.

The title. I love the headline. I also love the headline!"PV lovers exposed terror floor." Rachel, lovely to have you.

Hillary Clinton's
campaign catastrophe as the email scandal deepens. We're there
for the developing story

that is giving life to Trump. A fire has ripped though a home
in Adelaide this morning. Don't miss
the incredible pictures. Pretending to be from Telstra.

The new scam stealing tens of thousands
of dollars from families. Are you on their list? The story
that will take your breath away. No harness and no fear. The couple who go to frightening
lengths for a selfie. And on this Halloween eve, we meet the woman turning
pollies into pumpkin heads. As Weekend Sunrise goes
trick-or-treating this Sunday.

I cannot wait to talk to her. Simon is in the corner of the shot. Let's get some news.

A driver has been charged after an alleged hit-and-run
in Adelaide's north. Emergency services were called
to Craigmore around 9:00 to discover the pedestrian suffering life-threatening
injuries. The woman, aged in her 30s, was
taken to hospital where she remains
in a critical condition. After immediately speeding away,
the driver returned to the scene before being arrested by police. Police are treating
a massive blaze which destroyed a home in
Adelaide overnight as suspicious. The blaze broke out around 4:00
at the townhouse in Renown Park. Several people were able to run
to safety.

The owner was not home at the time. Several people in nearby houses got to safety as well. The place is suspicious. Let's get the rest of the news.

Donald Trump has clawed himself back into striking distance
of the White House. after the FBI's
shock announcement which has reopened the
investigation into Hillary Clinton's
email scandal.

Donald Trump has used his rallies to step up attacks.This is the biggest political scandal since Watergate. It is everybody's deepest hope that justice, at last, can be properly delivered.The investigation is not likely to be completed by election day.

Police are hunting
for a taxi driver, believed to be responsible for a
hit-and-run in Sydney overnight. Police have been told the victim
had been speaking with the suspect in Kings Cross, when the vehicle drove off and
dragged the man a short distance. Emergency services discovered the
22-year-old lying on the road unconscious. He was taken to hospital
with head injuries. Police are urging any witnesses
to come forward. Two people have been injured when
the car they were travelling in flipped on its roof
in Sydney's south-west. The vehicle was travelling along
the M5 in Hammondville when it lost control and crashed. Emergency services
worked for some time to free the people
trapped inside.

Both men are recovering in hospital. One lane of the motorway westbound is closed.

Diners in Melbourne's north
were a bit shocked last night, when an out-of-control driver crashed through the front
of a McDonalds Restaurant. Emergency services were called
to the Campbellfield store just before midnight, after the RAV-4
rammed through the window. The driver of the car
and her two passengers were uninjured. A man has been arrested following an assault inside
a popular Sydney nightclub. Police were called to the
Darling Harbour bar just before 2:00 this morning after an apparent altercation
between two men. Security had detained
a 31-year-old who allegedly attacked
a 20-year-old. The victim was taken to hospital
with minor injuries.

Friends and colleagues of
murdered Brisbane bus driver Manmeet Sharma have paid tribute to him
at a candlelight vigil overnight. The 29-year-old was set on fire
and burned alive at Moorooka, while picking up passengers
on Friday. Friends of Manmeet say,
they're horrified by his death. Friends of Manmeet say, they're
horrified by his death. It's totally a shock for me and I just feel sorry
for his family as well. His suspected killer
faced court yesterday and remains behind bars. Planned laws to keep some of Australia's
most dangerous terrorists behind bars indefinitely, are now believed to have
bi-partisan support. News Corp reports Labor
has backed a Coalition plan to keep 13 of the nation's
most notorious criminals in post-sentence detention. Among them is Abdul Benbrika, currently serving
a 15-year sentence for discussing attacks on the
Crown Casino and the MCG. The legislation will also keep
dual-citizens extremists in detention,
if they can't be deported.

A driver has died
and five others are injured after a freeway overpass
collapsed onto a main road in northern Italy. It's believed an oversized truck
crossing the bridge caused the structure
to buckle and fall on to a small sedan
below. Authorities say they had planned
to shut the road after cracks appeared on Friday.

And whether
you're buying presents, putting up the tree,
or decorating the home, with two months' until Christmas, not many are more excited than
Czechslovakia's carp fisherman. Right now it's peak carp season, a chance to catch and freeze
the country's favourite dish. Hundreds of anglers have lined
the Vltava River - using the traditional technique
of slapping the fish with sticks before catching and sorting
ahead of silly season.

I love the - flapping season.

I am not sure about that.I do not know what happened.Like that.That looks like Donald Trump! Yes a commission mark that is what I thought. Exactly what I thought. We also have a pumpkin coming in. A lady has carved Donald Trump out of a large pumpkin.The security detail better be careful in case there are any Czechoslovakian fishermen we have all had that feeling.Exactly.I think that is the end of that story.

Sydney FC
remains perfect this season - four wins from four matches. The Sky Blues
took the lead against Newcastle after just seven minutes -
Captain Alex Brosque on target. Sydney doubled its lead
shortly after the break.

Goes for goal. Plenty behind the shot.

2-0 victory, and Sydney FC is yet to concede
a goal this season. Western Sydney made a great start
against Central Coast.

That was a lovely ball. There is the opening goal.

But for the second straight
week, the Wanderers had to settle
for a draw.

A mistake from defender
Robbie Cornthwaite allowed Adam Berry to equalise. In the Premier League, Manchester City broke their
six-game winless drought, smashing West Brom 4-0.
Aguero scored a double. Aguero!
A thumping finish! Arsenal sits alongside Man City
at the top of the ladder. The Gunners hammered Sunderland
4-1. Sanchez and Giroud
grabbed two each.

The supra substitute back in the Premier league.

And Liverpool
also shares top spot, thanks to a 4-2 victory
at Crystal Palace. And Jose Mourinho
was sent to the stands for arguing with the referee, in Manchester United's
scoreless draw with Burnley. Shaun Johnson
has inspired New Zealand to a one-point win over England
in their Four Nations opener. It took 34 minutes
for the first try. Kiwis winger Jordan Rapana
crossed out wide. The visitors led 12-4
early in the second half.

Intercepted. He will take some stopping. Johnson is away. They will not get close.

England hit back, before Ropanna
scored his second. The home side drew level, on the back of a spectacular pass
from Gareth Widdop. Johnson gave New Zealand
a 17-16 victory with a field goal,
with more than 15 minutes to go. Now to JT and today's weather.

That was exciting stuff. We did a bit of reading up on that.You think you know someone.Stick around. It is only the second week." James and Wollongong.Good morning. You guys are all very worldly. I want to tell you about the Middle Eastern desert. You will never forget it after this. These guys are the bearded bakers.A bit of food on that board.Get over here, baby. Dance with us. Let's get the forecast.

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A trough is producing rain
and a few thunderstorms over parts of South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, NSW
and Northern Territory. High pressure is keeping
the majority of Western Australia and Queensland
mostly dry and settled. Brisbane partly cloudy and 28. 28 and rain at times in Sydney. Rain at times in Canberra and 25. Melbourne 26 and showers. A shower or two in Hobart and 24. Showers in Adelaide and 19. Sunny in Perth and 21. And Darwin a possible shower
and 34 degrees.

When

When people get off the cruise ship and get welcomed by you guys, they are in for a surprise. You come up to the counter and you have got one choice to make, one, two, three, four? Tell us about the desert.It is a famous Middle Eastern desert. It is like a hot creme brlee. It comes out of the oven. It is tasty like this.You are taking the concept to New York. You are Australians taking over the world. It is all thanks to mum. Good morning. A long has this been in the family?For many years, through my mum. I have been using the recipe. Everyone makes it. It has to be a different recipe. We have adjusted it.Tell us the secret ingredient!It is all love.I love it. It is a great concept. The food is delicious. We will see you back here. These guys are welcoming guests to Wollongong. Let's dance. Come on.I think the beard is the secret ingredient. All right. It is time for...

Jennifer Hawkins has defended
Donald Trump following a video which surfaced of an awkward
exchange between the pair five years ago. It shows Trump making lewd
comments about the supermodel, and then leaning in, for what looks to be
a non-consensual kiss. It happened in front of
thousands of guests at a corporate event in Sydney in 2011. Hawkins,
who's now a Myer Ambassador, only had nice words to say
about Trump yesterday, when she was asked
about his behaviour. Donald and his family,
I have to say, have always been respectful
to me and so, as much as everyone wants me
to bag him, it's not in my nature. I don't like drama, I don't like
to get into politics publicly.

He said she was beautiful on the
outside but not bright. He was dignity News of the video comes
as Trump battles to convince women
to vote for him. Joining us are political analyst
Sherry Bebitch Jeffe from the University
of Southern California and Seven News reporter
Chris Reason who is at a Trump rally
in Phoenix, Arizona.

You were at a Hillary Clinton rally yesterday.

The campaign has been rocked by the deepening plot around her emails. The FBI is involved. There is little doubt that Donald Trump is turning this to his advantage.Good morning, guys. He is not letting this one go. So many disasters in his campaign but this has gone his way. He has had three rallies today, three yesterday. He will be here in 30-45 minutes, hammering that message about crooked Hillary. The question is, how much of an effect will this have on her campaign? The job is to neutralise this. There are calls for more information about the emails. She would rather have it out there than hidden, apparently. I was there at the high school and let's have a quick listen to what she had to say in the press conference.If they are going to be sending this kind of letter that is only originally going to Republican members of the house, they need to share whatever facts they have with the American people. That is what I expect to happen.It is a gift for Donald Trump. A lot of talk about this so- called secret vote across America.

Know that the pollsters will know who the R. People do not want to admit that they will vote for Donald Trump. A lot of people think it could be different in the final election.In brief remarks tonight, Hillary Clinton tried to belittle this investigation and politicise it by attacking and falsely accusing the director of the FBI of only sending the letter to Republicans. Another Clinton life. - lie.That is after he previously said there was a conspiracy. Not politicising it. Donald Trump's new strategy is targeting young women, black people and idealistic Bernie Sanders voters to dissuade them from getting out for Hillary Clinton. They know they cannot win it on their numbers but they want to drag hers down.This strategy has been discussed. They have used the term "voter suppression". They are trying to affect the turnout to get rid of the enthusiasm. They are trying to affect important Democratic constituencies. They know that they will not go to Donald Trump but the term "voter suppression" in this country has nasty, negative connotations. They have said they are going to suppress the vote of people. It is a bad term to use.Could any of this advantage that Hillary Clinton had, in terms of, now it is getting tighter, a lot of people thought that her supporters would not vote because she had it in the bag but now that it is close again, could this encourage people to get out there and vote on election day? That is a good point. Of course it can. We do not know what the end result will be. It is not going to be the staunch Hillary Clinton voters who are dissuaded. It is not going to be the staunch Donald Trump supporters. It is that very important 20% of American voters who are in the middle. The moderate Republicans, the independent voters. The big question is, where will they go? We do not know.I guess Donald Trump is hoping that they will not go anywhere and they will stay at home.At this point, he has some feeling for the it is right or wrong that he continues to attack Hillary Clinton. There is evidence that some Republicans are coming home.That is why the polls are tightening. That is the thing. Nobody really knows what is going to happen of what the result is going to be. There are new twist and turns every day. Lovely to have you on the show.You have got to sympathise with Hillary Clinton a little bit. They are investigating her again and refusing to see what the allegations are. The Department of Justice has said that there is a real potential for it to affect the outcome of the election.As a voter, you would like to know what the allegations are.You want to know what they are, whether they are true or not. It seems that the allegation is simply that they were using private email servers for classified information. Anyway, we do not know.

Still to come this morning - Passing down the family home
might soon come at a price. Should Australia follow suit
and start taxing inheritance? Write in
and tell us what you think. And, the savvy scammers fooling even the most
suspecting. How they're hiding behind
well-known brands to target you. And next, the small mistake
which caused a big meltdown. Could the census really have been
saved with the flick of a switch? Find out next.

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Welcome back. Let's take a look at some of the stories that have grabbed our attention this week.

And first up this morning - the chief engineer responsible
for this year's census fail appeared before a Senate inquiry
this week. Michael Shallcross admitted the problems could have been
avoided by flicking a switch. If we had our time again,
we would probably test the hard power it off,
power it on of that router. That would have discovered
earlier that we had that reboot and
configuration loading problem.

I have done that 1 million times. I have called the IT desk and told them it is broken. This was a room full of computers.Maybe somebody could have put up their hand and made that suggestion.

Overseas now, and this week President Obama
appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. He revealed that when it
comes to his mobile phone, he's far from the most powerful
man in the world. I now have an iPhone but it's like the phone
you give your two-year-old where they can pretend
to press things but nothing actually happens. So my phone has no phone,
no camera, no music. All it has is the internet. I can send emails. And I think it has
a weather box.

He made of White House school.I think, there could be a real opportunity for Nokia these days. People are becoming more concerned about privacy, data tracking. It could be time for them to make a comeback with the dumb phone.My dad has got one. You are still a tightwad, dad.

Moving on, and a dad in LA has created an incredible costume
for his daughter for Halloween. He created a thunderstorm cloud and transformed her
into Princess Cumulus.

Hello.You have got clouds stuck in your tongue. Do not get me with your lightning. Is that the thunder?Do we need to report this. Fantastic.Let's move on. He should have gone with Nimbus.

And we couldn't finish the
segment without an animal story. A curious dog got
a bit too close to the action at Kiama's Little Blowhole on
the New South Wales south coast. He escaped unscathed, but may think twice before
getting so close next time.

There is a moment when he is fully airborne.There we go. What I love about this story, apparently, this is the third day in a row for those dogs at that spot. They love it.I know how he feels after a weekend of gastro is the -- gastro.

It's that time of year when the houses are decked
in cobwebs and spiders
are actually a welcome sight. That's right,
it's Halloween tomorrow, and this year almost half
of all Australians will be taking part. But behind the sweets,
the dressups and the scares is a fascinating story
of spookiness. Let's learn a little
Halloween history in this week's
'Did You Know' (WOLF HOWLS) You may think of Halloween
as a night of candy and family friendly fun. But,
Did You Know there's more to it
than meets the eye. Halloween is a ghost of the
Celtic festival of Samhain, celebrating the end of summer, when the livestock
were slaughtered, and the spirits of the dead
could cross into our world. Young people would go
from door to door, asking for gifts
and in return giving prayers for those who had passed away. Masks or costumes were
traditionally worn for disguise and protection. But they also mask emotion, which is the reason clowns, with their unnaturally
permanent smiles are so freaky. Recently it's become
a disturbing craze, but the joke's on them because
the role of the fool has always been to remind us of our own ridiculous
and petty natures. The word 'Halloween' comes from the closely linked
Christian feast of All Hallows, honouring dead saints. But around the world,
it's also been known as Punkie, Spunkie,
Pooky or Spooky Night. It's also been frightfully
commercialized, commercialised, the second highest grossing
holiday after Christmas. Here in Australia we'll spend
close to $850 million on costumes, confectionary
and pumpkins. Though
if you want to be traditional, go for a turnip instead. Despite celebrating
at the wrong time of the year, Halloween is becoming
increasingly popular Down Underworld. Close to 50% of us
are dying to join in, but then again,
we're spookily credulous. Half of all Australians
believe in ghosts and one-fifth
say they've seen one. Maybe instead of the traditional
prayer for our souls, trick-or-treaters
should be praying for our sanity. Despite the superstitions, the number one killer
on Halloween is not the undead, it's cars. So watch yourselves
on the streets and remember - it's not meant
to be deadly serious.

Thanks to our graphics department. We take up their time all week.Go out and buy your stuff for trick- or-treating tomorrow. Let's get the news.

A woman has been badly injured
in a hit-and-run in Adelaide's north overnight. Emergency services were called to
Craigmore around 9:00 to discover the pedestrian
with serious injuries. The woman, in her 30s, was taken to Royal Adelaide
Hospital in a critical condition. The driver had taken off but
later returned to the scene and has been charged
with driving offences.

Two people are in critical condition after an accident last night. The driver got out of the car. His passenger was trapped for nearly 2 hours. The men are both in their 20s. The opposing hospital with serious leg injuries. Westbound lane is closed. It is not clear what caused the crash.

Police are hunting
for a taxi driver believed to be responsible for a
hit-and-run in Sydney overnight. Police have been told the victim
had been speaking with the suspect in Kings Cross, when the vehicle drove off and
dragged the man a short distance. Emergency services discovered the
22-year-old lying on the road unconscious. A massive fire
has destroyed a home in Adelaide's north overnight. The blaze broke out around 4:00
at the townhouse in Renown Park. Several people inside were able
to get out safely. There were fears for one resident
who couldn't be located, but they were later found safe.

It's unclear
what caused the blaze.

Donald Trump has closed the gap on Hillary Clinton. He figures show they are newly connect in the polls. Any idea of how much this investigation will hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign?It is impossible to imagine at the moment. It will make some impact, yes. Interesting results in the last couple of days. One post-Newspoll has put the gap to 2 points. If you think back, couple of weeks ago it was eight, 10, 10 points. Donald Trump has pulled this back. It was taken before the current email scandal. We are waiting to see what kind of poll results will come out in the wake of the scandal. We will see the impact that this has on her campaign.We apologise. We seem to have lost Chris. There is one day to go until Halloween. There is never been a better time to skier your neighbours. One Canadian man known as the Pumpkin Man has carved this piece, seen here devouring small pumpkins. Paul takes great pride in his carving skills. It is a cannibal pumpkin.That is a different pumpkin carver to the one that we have got coming up.That was like a big tongue coming out.A bit like Salvador Dali. I wonder if anyone else has made that comparison. There you go. That thing at the front. If he was true to the origins, he would be carving turnips. ". -- Time to sport.

Melbourne Cup favourite Hartnell has drawn barrier 12
for Tuesday's great race. These are the top 8 runners, currently paying inside $20
for the win. Hartnell's trainer, John O'Shea,
says barrier 12 doesn't make much of difference
to their race plan. Oceanographer booked a spot
in the 24-horse field

by winning
the Lexus Stakes yesterday. The two favourites
are trained by the Godolphin stable. Daniel Ricciardo has qualified
fourth for tomorrow's Mexico Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver was surprised
with his car's pace.

I do not know how we got so close to poor position. .4 seconds. Handling issues out there. It was a terrible balance.

Lewis Hamilton grabbed
his 10th pole of the season, ahead of championship leader
Nico Rosberg. Australian GP winner
Cal Crutchlow struggled to stay on his bike
in Malaysia, but he still qualified fifth
for this afternoon's race. Andrea Dovizioso will start
from pole position.

Australia is on track
to reach the final of the Fast5 World Series
in Melbourne. The Aussies won their three
matches on the opening day, including a victory over
arch-rival, New Zealand. The top two teams
after the round robin stage will play in tonight's final.

How does he go with the commentators, Cal?It is difficult to tell.Melbourne cup day will be 18. A few showers and killer than yesterday. Here you are. -- cooler. Derby They look amazing. Wollongong has turned it on as well. The showers have not turned up. Lots of bearded bikers. Good morning, gents. The brothers.I will have more after the weather.The weather is brought to you by Dead Credit Score. Discover yours online now.

Not in Mostly sunny in Cairns and
30. Sunny and 40 at Mount Isa.

Brisbane partly cloudy and 28. Possible rain
at Coffs Harbour and 28. Rain developing in Tamworth
and Orange. Rain at times in Sydney and 28. Canberra rain at times and 25. Ballarat showers increasing
and 22. Melbourne, 26 and Geelong, 24. A shower or two in Hobart and 24. Adelaide showers and 19. A possible storm
in Alice Springs and 37. A possible shower
and 34 in Darwin. And in the west, Albany, a shower or two and 15.

We are on bikes. The big thing here is psychopaths. Let's go for a drive through... Here we go. We were going to show you canafe. Are we are live on national television. We might have to come back. Shall we come back and get one in 30 minutes?We will do it in the next cross. Thank you, mate. What you are about to see might take your breath away.

Not for the faint hearted - the video and pictures
will get your heart racing. Scaling the world's tallest
buildings a dare devil duo risk their lives for one reason. You won't believe why. Let's take a look. # We're living on the edge. # Amongst the dizzy heights
of the China skyline, 640 metres
above the earths floor, above the earth's floor, two adrenaline junkies. And the tallest construction site
in the world. No safety harness,
no parachute, nothing to save them.

Flirting with death
with one goal in mind. To take a selfie. Angela Nikolau
is an Instagram sensation. She pushes the boundaries
of what's believable. The 23-year-old urges
her hundreds of thousands of social media followers
to 'Trust themselves', 'Dream of the impossible'. Faster higher, much higher. On top of the world's
tallest buildings and structures, striking a pose. # Strike the pose,
there's nothing to it #

A yoga class on cloud nine. Draping herself
on the edge of life itself. # All you need
is your own imagination # So use it, thats what its for,
thats what its for # Again and again and again. Angela seems carefree, casually skirting the predispose
of a building playing a computer game. Along for the climb
is boyfriend Ivan. He claims the couple
always reach the summit - and always selfie stick in hand. They've conquered
the Eiffel Tower and other landmarks
throughout Europe, acknowledging
they do break the law. Seen here,
scoping out security in Paris. The extraordinary thing is -
they're getting away with it. And there's a travel company
paying for their crimes. There's no justification
for their illegal climbs other than to say the couple
love the adrenalin hit. There is a disclaimer
at the end of the video to not try this at home. For Angela and Ivan, they're not afraid
of getting caught, and clearly not afraid
of putting a foot wrong. # Living on the edge #

I can hardly watch that.It is superfluous to say that you should not try it at home, unless you live in a very tall home.There is a travel company endorsing them, some might say encouraging them by paying for the stunts. Should they have the right to do this? They are adrenaline junkies.It entertains others enormously. If they fall, they might land on someone.This is the problem.

A visiting French economist
sparked debate this week when he suggested it might be
time for Australia to bring back a so-called
death tax. At the moment we are one of the
only countries in the western world that doesn't
have an inheritance tax. Thomas Piketty says the gap between the rich and
poor in Australia is getting bigger and a tax
could help close the gap. The tax system should be made
more favourable, should be shifted in the
direction of the young people with limited weath,
most labour income. Joining us to debate this issue is fund manager and radio host
Tom Elliott. And here in the studio, Emeritus Professor Frank Stilwell
from Sydney University. Good morning. Australia had inheritance taxes
until 1978 when they were abolished by Queensland Premier
Joh Bjelke-Petersen and then the rest of the country
followed.

There are two effects of an inheritance tax. Is it time to bring it back?Redistributing wealth should be on the agenda. Australia has become an unequal society. A report identified that 10% of the field and households have half of the national wealth. - - Australian households. The top 1% has a lot. 15%. We think of ourselves as an Gaelic alienation but the facts suggest otherwise. but the facts suggest otherwise. we could take money from the wealthy to finance public expenditure. Could we even things out?Over time, this would prevent inequality being perpetuated from generation to generation.That is the claim. The wealthy mostly receive the wealth through inheritance. They have got a base of wealth that allows them to accumulate more wealth.Those do not have that wealth will never give you late well. Some, that is the case. Others get caught in a vicious cycle of poverty. Initially, housing is expensive. If you cannot get into the process, it is very hard. You can be stuck on struggle street.You said that an inheritance tax is immoral. Why is that?It consists of three things. There's the family home. If your parents leave you the family home, should be be taxing that? Then, family business. If you pass a business from parents to a daughter or son, why would you tax that? We do not hit them with a massive tax. Then, farm. Farms are a big issue initially. They are passed down from one issue to another. You had people with a big tax, they will not be able to do it. I do not see why an inheritance tax would be good.Given that so much of the rest of the world does it and Australians are averse to any form of new tax, including paid parental leave, what are the options in terms of revenue raising?We talk about more revenue. What about cutting expenditure. --? We have capital gains tax in this country. Most assets that are built up over time have been

Up as post-tax revenue. People have paid tax on their incomes or assets and built it up. To tax them on death would be double taxing. I think we could change capital gains tax. We could broaden the GST. It is inefficient tax. We could try to change expenditure. Canberra and state parliaments are not willing to do that.How do you respond to Fort Tom said about family homes, business, farms?Businesses and farms would be exempted. You would not want to break those up because they are ongoing concerns.Would a death tax apply to everyone or only inheritances over a certain amount? You would certainly set a threshold below which there would be no tax payable. The question of what that should be is crucial. Some people would say around $2 million. That would hit about 5% of Australian households. One in 20. Not talking about something that would go across the board.Talking about more money than that, Bill Gates has revealed he will not leave his $90 billion fortune to his kids.

It's not a favour to kids to
have huge sums of wealth because it distorts anything
they might do creating their own path and this money is dedicated
to helping the poorest.

Apparently his kids are proud of him. I wonder if that could help even out some of the inequality in this country.I would put this to you, Tom, that inequality can be a good thing because it stimulates economic activity. I do not know if the people at the bottom of the pile would think that was a fantastic argument.Let's see you tax the rich. Rich people already pay the bulk of taxation. The question is, should we tax them more? How does that make people at the bottom feel better? The best way for people at the bottom to get ahead in life is to get the job. Figures out this week show that most people on long-term welfare, from multiple generations, their parents did not work and they do not work either. Taxing the rich will not change that one bit. Getting people into jobs is the solution that we should be looking at. Taxing the rich will not stop unemployment are cut inequality. Very few millionaires in this country got their money from inheritances. Thank you very much.

It used to be common for dads to pass their trade
onto their children. But these days its become
something of a rarity. Meet the Kitcheners, a father and son with a passion
for delivering the post. Dad's been delivering mail
for two decades, but now he reckons its time for
his son to take up the mail bag. Jessica Trancred has this
lovely story. Dad's always been someone
I've looked up to from when I even first started.

I guess walking to becoming a
postie as well.

Noel Kitchener and his son Noel
share much more than just a name. For the past 20 years, the father and son duo have been
workmates delivering mail. At least they don't
have to remember two names. Noel Jr has been handed the mail
baton from his old man. My father said
just before he was retiring, he said, "look, your run's
getting too big. "so, why don't you
jump on my round?" It's a really good round, people are lovely
and it's a nice area. Hopefully I can be just as good. How are you going, mate?

Good. No bills today, mate. No bills today. Local Adrian Surenne is glad the mail run
will stay in the fmaily. When I'm not too busy, I drop out and say hello to him. And sometimes if it's a really
hot day, something to drink. Would you like a water? Water? Beautiful. Thanks, mate. Cheers, mate. Have a good day. See you tomorrow.

Did you dad offer you any tips? He did give me warnings
about the magpies but he gave the warning
with a smile, and I think it was
a happy thought for him to leave those magpies behind. There's not much you can do
about them, they're so annoying. They will just attack you and
attack you and attack you, and attack you,
and try to bite you. Magpies not the only workplace
hazard. (BARKING) He likes to barks at him
and chases him with his ball. He races him along with the
motorbike every morning. A lot of dogs have chased me. And a lot has change. Back when Noel Sr started
pounding the pavement, a stamp was 43 cents.
These days, it's a dollar. But now the buck stops
with Noel Jr.

I joke around and say
it's gonna be better now anyway.

If he ever has any queries about what he is going to look like, just watch the story.Gorgeous.The magpies looked vicious, too.They have got spikes on their helmets. Do you want spikes all over?I like it with multiple.We should explain why we have got a giant pumpkin this. It is to protect us from magpies. If you wear a huge bunker on your head, we cannot get you.

Of course tomorrow is Halloween
and you know what that means. Not only do ghosts, ghouls
and goblins come into their own, but so do pumpkins. Especially at the home of artist
Jeanette Paras, who has carved out
quite a reputation for herself by turning giant pumkins
into celebrity heads. Jeanette has created
more than 80 of these larger-than-life sculptures, including Donald Trumpkin, Vladamir Put-kin
and Hilary Clint-kin. And Jeanette Paras joins us live
from Columbus, Ohio. Good morning, Jeanette. How long have you been creating
these pumpkin masterpieces?

Good day to you.Thank you for that. How long have you been honoured on the pumpkin trail?Oh, boy. I have been making things with pumpkins since 1988.That is 28 years. I am surprised that your term for what you do has not entered the vernacular a bit more.How did you figure out that you had this extraordinary skill? Are you painting them as well?That is all I do now is paint. I do not carve or cut into the cavity. By painting the outside and not compromising the cavity, they can last, weather- permitting, they can last about two months. Just looking at these pictures, you filter cash you fertilising them with nuclear waste? The are the biggest pumpkins I have ever seen. They are not from Chernobyl! They are grown by very talented and skilled, highly skilled growers. The come from Ohio. Ohio has got a great climate. It is quite a science to grow giant pumpkins successfully. I just play with them with paint. I do not grow them.Do you go out to the farms and pick one that you think looks like Donald Trump?I have been known to trudge through a few pumpkin patches in my day. Typically, I go to giant

And pick the right one.What have been your favourite pumpkin creations over the years?Who have you most enjoyed working on? My goodness. There are so many. There has been a lot of material out there. I choose whoever is currently the hot topic of conversation. That is in the news and the media. It can be athletes, singers, politicians... Everybody is fair game. Some of my personal favourites include Kanye West, I have done Barack Obama, the Donald Trump one was popular. And, my knotty Prince Harry. -- naughty. These look fantastic. Happy Halloween to you.Thank you so much and thank you for having me, too. Have a great day, Australia.By the time we see you next time, please do Clive Palmer. I will keep that in mind.Thank you. It might take you a file.

They're brands we all recognise
and trust, but how much do you really know
about the companies behind some
of our biggest products? It turns out the road
to corporate fame and fortune isn't always paved with gold. Warning, what we're about
to show you, will shock even the most
brilliant trivia buffs, as we now expose
the strange secrets behind some
of our largest companies. # I'm an utter peanut butter
nutter from Sanitarium # Behind one of our biggest brands Isn't it time you saw the light? Is one of Australia's smallest
and most mysterious groups. High in fiber, but any Weet-Bix
mum could tell you that. What they won't tell you
is cereal maker Sanitarium, is owned by the Seventh Day
Adventist church. This is the inspired
testimony of God. From Friday sundown
to Saturday sunset, the entire company all
but shuts down, with most employees forbidden
from sport... Just going out the back
to play cricket, Mum. ..and any secular work. Happy Sabbath, everyone. The cereal enterprise
doesn't pay any tax either, although profits go back
into the church and its charities. Now to a religion
of a different sort. Facebook is famous
for its trademark blue bars. Chosen by the social network's
founder Mark Zuckerberg because he suffers
red-green colour blindness. Apple and Samsung make no secret
of their fierce rivalry, I am excited
about the new Samsung, not the phone,
the refrigerator. (RIMSHOT) But something the ads
don't tell you, is many of those sleek,
retina displays on Apple's iPad, are actually made by
Samsung. and while you'd think
mobile phone giant Nokia began as a brick maker, its roots
were actually in trees, before branching
into electronics, the company ran pulp mills. And according to papertrails, the first was established
in 1865, near the Finnish town
of Nokia. And finally Tiffany and Co is renowned for
its luxury jewellery. I don't exactly know what
you're going to find at Tiffany's for $10. If only Audrey Hepburn had popped
around a hundred years earlier, back when it was just
a stationary store. Of course, personally, I'd think it to be tacky
to wear diamonds before I'm 40.

Another corporate secret, the chicken daily where I used to work, it was called Irene's, but there was no one called Irene. The just thought it was a good name for a chicken daily. People used to stumbling from the RSL mixed or ANSI, "Are you Irene? " -- and say. Everyone thought it was me. For people out there watching... If you are watching, I am sorry I did not do a good job.We were discussing ambulance fees.Electricity.There will be a levy on your electricity bill to pay for ambulance callouts. Is that how it works? We can confirm that if anyone is watching. We looked at the map of Visalia. It showed that there are hugely different amounts of people pay. $900 in some places. In Queensland, nothing. Thank you for all your emails on the inheritance tax. Also on the new refugee laws. We will get to them later. Let's get the news.

Charges have been laid
against a driver after an alleged hit-and-run
in Adelaide's north. Emergency services were called to
Craigmore around 9:00 to discover the pedestrian suffering life-threatening
injuries. The woman, aged in her 30s,
was taken to hospital where she remains
in a critical condition. After immediately speeding away,
the driver returned to the scene before being arrested by police.

Police are hunting for a taxi driver believed to have been involved in having one last night. The vehicle drove from King's Cross. Emergency services discovered the 22-year-old lying on the road unconscious. He was taken to hospital with head injuries. Anyone with information is asked to contact police. Police are seeing a blaze which broke out last night was suspicious. It quickly consumed the property. The owner was not home at the time. Several people in nearby houses got out safely. It is not clear what caused the blaze.

Two people have been critically injured when their car lost control in the south-west of Sydney. The driver was able to get out of the car. The passenger was trapped for two hours. Both men were taken to hospital with serious leg injuries. One westbound lane is closed. It is not clear what caused the crash. Diners in the north of Melbourne were shocked last night when an out-of-control driver crossed through the front of a McDonald's restaurant. The driver of the car and two passengers were uninjured. New figures show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are nearly there can. There was 10 days to go to the election. Our presenter is in Phoenix. The FBI probe will have an impact on the lead of Hillary Clinton.Without a doubt. The question will be, how much of an impact will it have? Interestingly, one poll this morning released in the Washington Post said the gap was closing down to 2 points. It is better than it has been for some time. Donald Trump was behind by 10-12 points only a couple of weeks ago. The gap has narrowed considerably. This was taken before the email scandal grew. The release of the emails by the FBI has been described as unprecedented by Hillary Clinton. She is furious and says it is deeply troubling. Let's take a listen.It is pretty strange, pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election.She has nobody to blame but herself. No one to blame for her mounting legal troubles. Her criminal action was wilful, deliberate, intentional and purposeful.

It is like Donald Trump has smelt blood.

He is on the hunt. He is due out here in a couple of minutes. He is expected to ram home the steam about the corruption claims. He senses his size has big opportunity to turn a selection around.

Conservationists
are celebrating this morning, after a major agreement
to protect the Ross Sea was signed into action. The deal between leaders from 24
countries and the European Union will turn the sea
on the coast of Antarctica into the largest
marine sancturary in the world. An area of more than 1.1 million
square kilometres will now be protected from
fishing

in order to maintain its
biological and natural heritage.

Those pictures are amazing. Really interesting. This is one of the few places on earth that has been understood in terms of human marine activity. It is like a place that is a football for the rest of the world's auctions. It produces so much plankton and it goes all around the world. -- Football. -- food bowl.

Sydney FC
remains perfect this season - four wins from four matches. The Sky Blues
took the lead against Newcastle after just seven minutes -
Captain Alex Brosque on target. Sydney doubled its lead
shortly after the break. He goes for goal.
Milos Ninkovic. A 2-0 victory, and Sydney FC is yet to concede
a goal this season. Western Sydney made a great start
against Central Coast.

A lovely ball. There is the opener. 1-23 on the watch.

But for the second
straight week, the Wanderers had to settle
for a draw. A mistake from defender
Robbie Cornthwaite allowed Adam Berry to equalise. In the Premier League, Manchester City broke their
six-game winless drought, smashing West Brom 4-0.
Aguero scored a double. Aguero!
A thumping finish! Arsenal sits alongside Man City
at the top of the ladder. The Gunners hammered Sunderland
4-1. Sanchez and Giroud
grabbed two each. And Liverpool
also shares top spot, thanks to a 4-2 victory
at Crystal Palace.

He clips it elegantly, consummately, effectively.

And Jose Mourinho
was sent to the stands for arguing with the referee,

in Manchester United's
scoreless draw with Burnley. Shaun Johnson
has inspired New Zealand to a one-point win over England
in their Four Nations opener. It took 34 minutes
for the first try. Kiwis winger Jordan Rapana
crossed out wide. The visitors led 12-4
early in the second half.

Johnson is away. We will not get close before he touches down.

England hit back, before Ropanna
scored his second. The home side drew level, on the back of a spectacular pass
from Gareth Widdop. Johnson gave New Zealand
a 17-16 victory with a field goal,
with more than 15 minutes to go.

Now, have you had some success?How great are these guys? This is the welcoming committee. It is an over 50s jazz and tap dancing group. We are welcoming the very first-ever cruise ship ever come to Wollongong. They have turned it on. Let's go to the weather maps.

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A trough is producing rain
and a few thunderstorms over parts of South Australia,
Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales
and the Northern Territory. High pressure is keeping the
majority of WA and Queensland mostly dry and settled. Brisbane partly cloudy and 28. 28 and rain at times in Sydney. Rain at times in Canberra and 25. Melbourne, 26 and showers. A shower or two in Hobart and 24. Showers in Adelaide and 19. Sunny in Perth and 21. And Darwin, a possible shower
and 34 degrees.

Here

Here they are. They are getting off the cruiseship and being welcomed here. People have come from far and wide. Are you guys from? Welcome to Australia. This is not normal. This is the welcoming committee. Some of the friendly locals. You do not have the pattern but you are welcome to. Great to have you here. Ladies, you have come from as far as...Wollongong.We went on the cruiseship because it was coming year. Was it a fantastic experience?It was friends that met three years ago. We all got together and take this cruise. It has been fabulous. We are still alive!Your welcome back. We have had so much fun here is morning. We will see you in 30 minutes.You get greeted in Hawaii, New Zealand... Different cultural displays. You get the village people in Wollongong.That is our pleasure. Whoever put that together, terrific.

People are being warned to stay alert to scam callers who are fleecing them of tens of thousands of dollars.

It follows the case
of a 73-year-old Sydney woman who was duped into handing over
$47,000 dollars to fraudsters. So what's this latest scam
and how can people avoid becoming victims? Delia Rickard is Deputy Chair of the Australian Competition
and Consumer Commission

and she joins us from Canberra. Good morning. In this latest scam, the elderly lady was contacted
by a person claiming to be from Telstra. What did the scammers do and say?

This is a well-known scam, the Telstra scam. The call up, tell you that there is a problem with your computer and ask for remote access. From this point on there are a range of variations. With this latest one, he will get access to the computer. They tends to put money into one of your

But actually they have put it from another account. The ask you to take it out and the transfer it somewhere else. They will talk to you about helping them catch scam artists.Are they making random calls or targeting particular groups or areas?Hard to tell. Some around the country. We think they might use census data to target areas where there is a wealthy or elderly population. older people are more susceptible. They are more likely to have a landline and be less technologically savvy.Telstra have tips for customers including hanging up and calling back an

have tips for customers including
hanging up and calling back an official phone number. Never given remote access to the computer. Would you like to add anything to that?None of the telephone companies or any major computer companies are out there monitoring your

companies are out there monitoring
your computer and calling you if anything goes wrong. If you get a call from anyone telling you that there is a problem and asking for access, hang up. The other point which was made by Telstra is to independently source the number. If you have any doubt, never use the number that they provide. Apparently, call back on a different phone. They can answer as if they are Telstra.That is right. They have got new tricks. They will stay on the line. They will answer like that. Use a different phone or leave sometime between the calls. Sometimes, there are intelligent scam artists. It can happen to anyone. Good advice. There is another one doing the rounds involving fraudsters calling people and claiming that they face legal action over tax evasion. This audio has been obtained by a daily newspaper.There is a lawsuit file against your name for activation. They never run out of new ways to trick people. It is hard to keep track of what is going on.It is difficult but there are clues. This one is common at the moment. It is sweeping the country. They will call, say that you owe money to the tax office, see there is a warrant out for your arrest but you can pay immediately. They can keep you on the phone for hours. There are golden rules to follow. Someone called you out of the blue asking for money or personal information, just hang up. Do not give them anything. If anyone asks for unusual payment methods, be suspicious. Things like wire transfers, it is a scam.Thank you very much. A word to the wise. There you go. I have just become concerned that you might be a taxi is either. You would not talk about it. You think it is me? Probably a good time for an audit.

Coming up - our attempt at a world record,
Halloween style. Plus, we'll remember some of the
best scary movies of all time. Do you have a favourite? Let us know. And who's the best in show? It's the catwalk with
a difference, because they're cats. Find out which kitty
has what it takes to become Australia's top cat.

Here for the Mainland cheese.

Big truck.

How many wheels has it got? (BEEPING)

He'll grab the next one in a sec. VOICEOVER: Because Mainland
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From the outside, pet shows may look like
nothing more than a parade
of well-groomed animals. But behind the scenes,
the competition can be fierce. Just take a look at this clip
from the movie 'Best in Show'. She's feeling chuffed. You want to go home
with the blue.

Let me just. What do you want? Do you want the big blue-ribbon? Red, yellow, red, yellow. Go with the blue.

Well, this afternoon the top
cats on Australia's east coast will be decided
at the Grand Parade of Champions being held in Sydney. Here to preview all the action, one of the competitors
Dick Wye and his Maine (BLEEP) cat. As well as international
cat judge, Christine Lowe. Good morning to you both. Dick, a lot of people have seen
the movie 'Best in Show'. But how fierce does
the competition actually get? First to you, Dick.

The competition is fierce. The judge nominates 10 cats to come together. We have a guest judge from New Zealand, Chris, who will judge the cats.Tell is about your beautiful cats. This is my cat. He is a real ambassador for the show. What did you see the name of the cat was?It is the same as the Lion King.I thought you said Russell!

How do somebody become an international captain judge? I am a bit of a crazy cat lady but to be an international judge, that is something.It is. It takes a lot of devotion. You have to know your stuff. You cannot wing it. It can take a lot of years off. Wonderful thing to get into.Are the Brits in different classes or do lots of different breeds in the one class? How do you judge?Initially, they are against their own breed.

Then, they come together in the triple-breed section. They are chosen overall. There have always got to be a best of the best.One of the little cats was entirely hairless.What are these breeds? This is a Ben Gal. -- Bangal. This is a sphinx.Do you have a favourite, Christine? I know you are not allowed to say.I do. It is the Sphinx.Very good. Do you have to moisturise your Sphinx? You they have got no here.-- hair. We have got to be immaculate.The gentleman on your left has the grey cat. He is decked out in a fetching coat and tie. How much is your job there as the person showing the cat part of an overall great showing and good result, do you think?The cages are decorated and we have different coloured curtains to show them off. This cat is British. Exhibitors, we get into the spirit of the thing. It is a friendly thing. The cat comes first. We all dressed up and enjoy the show.Good luck to you all. It has been an absolute delight to talk to you. We hope it all goes wonderfully.Great to have you. We interviewed the cat lovers last time. I love this Sphinx.It is a good opportunity for eyes to bring up our cat wall of our favourite cats that we have. Carol is down the bottom. Second from the end on the left. That is my cat. What is the name of the Sphinx? It should be on the wall for sure will stop an amazing cat. He is a beauty. Extraordinary. Something else.I can't believe you asked about the moisturising.

Coming up - It's the highest grossing
scary movie of all time, and it's Australian!

Can you guess what it is? We'll reveal
all our Halloween special soon.

Plus, a Weekend Sunrise
world record. It's never been
attempted before. Will we succeed? Stay tuned to find out.

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This is it. Join the breakfast show that wakes the nation. We take you trackside.

At home with Molly - Australia's much loved music guru reveals all
in an unforgettable interview. Do yourself a favour. And have we found the happiest
place to retire? See why
they're having so much fun. All this and more in a huge week
on 'Sunrise', Australia's number one way
to start the day. It's time for the news, with PJ. A woman has been badly injured
in a hit-and-run in Adelaide's north overnight. Emergency services were called to
Craigmore around 9:00 to discover the pedestrian
with serious injuries. The woman, in her 30s, was taken to Royal Adelaide
Hospital in a critical condition. The driver had taken off but
later returned to the scene and has been charged
with driving offences. Two people
are in a critical condition, after their car flipped
on a major highway in Sydney's south-west overnight. The vehicle was travelling along
the M5 in Hammondville, when it lost control
and rolled over. The driver was able
to get out of the car - but his passenger was trapped
for nearly two hours. Both men, aged in their twenties, were taken to hospital
with serious injuries. Fire has gutted a home in
Adelaide's north overnight. The blaze broke out around 4:00 at the townhouse in Renown Park. The owner wasn't home
at the time, and returned to find the property
destroyed. Several people in nearby houses
were able to run to safety. It's unclear
what caused the blaze - but police are treating it
as suspicious.

With Halloween a day away and the US election
just around the corner, one woman has decided to
'pumpkinise' the Presidential candidates. Jeanette Paras has been
painting pumpkines based on celebrities
since the '80s and this year she's decided to put a political spin
on her orange canvas. Whoever is currently
the hot topic of conversation, in the news and in the media, so it could be athletes,
policians, singers. Everybody is fair game. This year,
there's the 'Trumpkin' - complete
with its own custom wig. And of course, Hillary. And the pumpkin
between them both, the Vladimir Put-kin. Melbourne Cup favourite Hartnell has drawn barrier 12
for Tuesday's great race. These are the top 8 runners, currently paying inside $20
for the win. Hartnell's trainer, John O'Shea,
says barrier 12 doesn't make much of difference
to their race plan. Oceanographer booked a spot
in the 24-horse field by winning
the Lexus Stakes yesterday.

The two favourites
are trained by the Godolphin stable.

Australian all-rounder
Mitch Marsh is fully aware his Test spot
is on the line if he doesn't produce the goods in the opening Test
against South Africa. Marsh has been put on notice
by selectors, but his teammates have no doubt the 25-year-old will deliver
in Perth. 100%. You can ask him yourself
if you want to. He's ready to go. Marsh and Adam Voges
got a tour of Perth's new stadium at Burswood. Daniel Ricciardo has qualified
fourth for tomorrow's Mexico Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver was surprised
with his car's pace.

I do not know how we are so close. The report for seconds. There were some handling issues out there. I thought there was a terrible balance.

Lewis Hamilton grabbed
his 10th pole of the season, ahead of championship leader
Nico Rosberg. Now it's time
to check the weather with JT.

We have been welcoming everybody off the cruise ships. Let's get some of this magnificent Middle Eastern Lebanese food. Seriously good lamb. Finally, we have got the bearded bakers' desert to try. It is so good. Plus get the forecast.

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Brisbane partly cloudy and 28. 28 and rain at times in Sydney. Rain at times in Canberra and 25. Melbourne, 26 and showers. A shower or two in Hobart and 24. Showers in Adelaide and 19. Sunny in Perth and 21. And Darwin a possible shower
and 34 degrees.

Royal Caribbean Cruises have comfortable and gong for the first time ever. This will be happening more and more now. Look at this. The locals have come out. People from all around the studio. The funder run is about to kick-off. It is all happening. See you next weekend.What a morning.The silver bells were my favourites.I like the old women dancing like the Village people.

Still to come - Andrew and I are attempting
our very own world record. But will we be up for the
creepy Halloween challenge? Find out soon. And, frightening films - we take a look back at the
scariest movies of all time.

Can you guess which one
tops the list?

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Well, it's the season
of treats and tricks not to mention,
frightening flicks. Now dear viewer,
hold on to your screams, as we show you
the scaaaariest movies for Halloween. The Jack O'lantern
may be the face of Halloween, but the real giver of goosebumps
is Jack Nicholson. Here's Johnny! (SCREAMS) In the 1980 horror 'The Shining', he plays a homocidal maniac,
who terrorises his family. Little pigs, little pigs,
let me come in. Not by the hair
on your chinny chin chin? Just pray you don't see this guy
around the traps. You don't know me,
but I know you. 'Saw 2' is the highest grossing
horror of all time. Live or die,
make your choice. And you can blame
an Aussie director, James Wan, for unleashing
the Jigsaw Killer in nightmares around the world. Speaking of nightmares,
try to avoid one on Elm Street. No! Midnight mangler Freddy Krueger
injects fear into even the most seasoned
slasher viewer. Never, ever
play in the cot. Then there's the hockey mask that
sends chills down every spine. In Friday the 13th, our villain never dies, permanently at least, and it seems neither
will the franchise. It spans 12 films
over three decades.

And finally,
the aptly named - 'Halloween'. Open the door! Thought it's definitely not one
for the kids. Joining us now is Weekend Sunrise
movie zombie, Jason 'Jabba' Davis. Morning, Jabba.

I feel like Robbie Williams.Or someone from Kiss.I have brought my kindling acts in.What is frightening on the silver screen? There are a lot of horror films suitable for Halloween including Hello High water. The one that will do the biggest action is starring Benedict Cumberbatch playing Dr strange. He is a gifted surgeon who has his hands rendered useless. He meets the ancient, played by Tilda Swinton, in Tibet. Last night, Spiderman was on TV. That was followed by a film called Deliverance from Evil. They have done an incredible job. I have never seen visuals like I have seen in Dr strange.Through the mystic arts, we harness energy and shape reality. We travel great distances in an instant.How do I get from here to there? How do you become a doctor?Study and practice. Quite trippy. The visuals are great. Visually, astonishing. Out of this world. A triumph of visual storytelling. Spectacular. I will go back and see it in 3-D.I love Benedict Cumberbatch. He is very funny.Happy Halloween.

Coming up - if you're scared
of creepy crawlies, look away now! That's coming up. Plus, we're attempting a
'Weekend Sunrise' world record. In involves toilet paper. That's right after the break.

We're getting
into the spirit of Halloween here on Weekend Sunrise. Instead of trick-or-treating, we've decided to try
for a Halloween world record. Each year thousands of people attempt hair-raising records, including pumpkin carving, and the world's largest
witch congregation. And today I am determined
to mummify Andrew and myself into the Guinness
world records book.

This is no joke. It is a big deal. It is a big thing to get. We get 1000 applicants every year and only 3% break records.What do we need to do?You have to use something. You are using toilet paper. You have to cover the whole body from fixed it up and there must be no gaps. You have 60 seconds. Physically impossible.Can I start at the bottom can I start anywhere? Can we have a countdown?Ready? Ready. I will tell you when to go.

Go.An official attempt at the Guinness world record for the fastest time to wrap a mummy. Three, two, one.

It has already broken.Put your arm up.The pressure is on. Forget about the Melbourne cup.Don't forget about the trousers. I am in that region. I have got to do this. 20 seconds to go.We are going to fall short. What sort of mummy are my?Three, two, one. Impossible. Don't go anywhere. We will be back.

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place to retire?

See why
they're having so much fun. All this and more in a huge week
on 'Sunrise', Australia's number one way
to start the day. We've been attempting
a world record, Halloween style,
here on Weekend Sunrise. For wrapping someone
in toilet paper like a mummy. To tell us if we've made it - Solvej Malouf
from the Guinness World Records. Solvej, have we done it?

Even with the extra three minutes, there are still gaps.We should have been using different toilet paper. We will try this again next year. There is not currently a record.I am ready to go snorkelling.In case you did not know, it is Halloween tomorrow.

And although it's an
American Holiday, why shouldn't we celebrate it
when we have some of the deadliest and scariest animals
in the world? That of course includes spiders. There's the Funnel-web,
the Redback, white-tail and the Hunstsman, just to name a few. Joining us now, with some of
their eight-legged friends are Catherine Timbrell from the
Australian Museum and spider wrangler
Lachlan Manning. Good morning. Catherine, take us through
some of these spiders you've got here.

This is a cave huntsman. What does she do? She lives in dense forests in Queensland.Does she eat human babies?How did you get involved in spiders? Why not. She is beautiful. They are fascinating. There are thousands and thousands of them. There are thousands of different types in the world. 4000 in Australia. A lot of the adversity. They will not eat your babies. They might eat the babies of another spider.They are tenacious. I tried to get one of the wall with a vacuum once but it stuck to the wall.You should not be telling them this.They have got incredible here is on the back of their feet. -- hairs. The are incredibly fast as well.Don't get him with a vacuum.This is dried. A lot of people worry about these spiders. It is venomous. Dangerous to humans but no one has died from a spider bite since the 1980s. There is antivenom. We use the email funnel web spider and the milk it for its venom to make the antivenom.We have got two experts on spiders. Is there anything wrong with this outfit?It is anatomically incorrect.I wore this a couple of years ago. I came back after wearing it all day and the asked me how I went. They told me it was actually a dust mite.Do you want to pat the huntsman? Not today. They are beautiful creatures. Amazing. The spider exhibition opens today at the Australian Museum. Make sure you check it out. Milk the spider.That is why I have this outfit.Lachlan is an expert. We milk it for the venom. We get the fangs into a pipette and apply small amount of electricity to stimulate the venom glands and then we use that to research the evolution and the structure of the spider.Thank you very much for coming in.

And make sure you tune
into Sunrise tomorrow. In a major
breakfast TV exclusive, Blondie's Deborah Harry
and Cyndi Lauper will be live on the show. We've got some footage
of water-skiing greeting the superliner
Carnival Spirit in Sydney this morning. Thanks to the Party People
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Oh, just a little bit... # Hello. Welcome to your Sunday
edition of The Morning Show. Yes, we've got some fascinating
guests coming up for you, including a real-life mermaid and a dog
with a budding supermodel career. Yes, you heard that right. Plus we'll hear Betty Who's
hit single 'I Will Always Love You Forever' and get up close and personal
with some very cute marsupials. Little bit of everything, yeah.
Mmm. Ah, but first it's time for a blast
from the past with Claudia Wells, who came to fame as Marty McFly's
girlfriend in 'Back To The Future'. How about a ride, mister? Jennifer! Oh, are you a sight for sore eyes! Let me look at you. Marty, you're acting like
you haven't seen me in a week. I haven't.

Are you OK? Is everything alright?

Oh, yeah. Everything is great. LARRY: Oh, look at that blow wave! Over 30 years later, the actress's name
is still synonymous with the role. Now she's coming Down Under to celebrate the character
that made her famous. And Claudia Wells joins us
live from LA this morning. Welcome, Claudia.
Thank you. Now, last year
we celebrated 30 years since Back To The Future aired. I mean, how do you look back
at that time? I mean, wow, it's a lifetime. It blows my mind.
Yeah. You know, when I watch that scene,
it's as if it was yesterday. I literally remember
every millisecond of it. It just...the fact that 30 years
went by is shocking to me. OK, now, you famously played,
of course, Michael J Fox's onscreen girlfriend,
Jennifer - we all remember that. Have you caught up with him since?

I saw him in London last year, and it was like
no time had gone by at all. Um...the chemistry was still there
and the feeling was still there. I saw him once in San Francisco
when he spoke there and I introduced him to my son. When else did I see him? We've crossed paths
a couple of times, and then in the past, we would send
notes to each other through friends. It's just, um... I'm the kind of person that
I have friendships that, whether we see each other or not,
or talk to each other or not, it's as if no time has gone by
when we do see each other. Yeah, right. That's just the person I am,
because a lot of us travel so much and our lives go
in different directions, but Michael was the same way. Yeah, he's a fantastic actor. We're looking at that vision now and
the denim jackets from 30 years ago. They're all the...
they're all the thing again now. All the young ones
are wearing the denim. It's Back To The Future, Kylie. It's Back To The Future! It goes... Have you noticed that, everyone getting around
in denim jackets these days? They are. I actually have a Tom Ford
denim jacket at my store, and I have a leather jacket that looks exactly
like the leather jacket that he wears in the second movie. Oh, wow!
Yeah. So, yeah, they're all
wearing that again. Now, you had your first
real kiss onscreen, is that true? OK, so...yeah. (LAUGHS) Now...I, um...a lot of my life
has been onscreen. I had a real kiss kiss
when I did Fame, an episode of Fame on television, and, um...and saw stars, and the character I did it with lost
his line when we finished the kiss, so I took that as a compliment. That's good.
As indeed you should! (LAUGHS)
Yeah. So, the film was directed by Steven
Spielberg, of course, I mean... No, actually, that one
was directed by Bob Zemeckis, but Steven Spielberg was in
the audition that I did... Yeah, right.
OK. ..for about two and a half hours, and he kicked out the man
who was behind the camera, which was amazing! He said he couldn't be in a room
with a camera and not be behind it, and he was there literally... ..my audition was at least
two and a half hours long. and just fantastic! He just asked me
a million questions. OK, now, there were three Back
To The Future films that were made, but your character was re-cast
right after the original. Did you watch number two
and number three and have some thoughts on that? I watched number two. I was actually in the theatre
and I had popcorn, and I was kind of...I was kind of
like this, watching it, with the popcorn,
hoping no-one recognised me. It was a weird situation, and I was flattered, actually,
that Elisabeth Shue did it, because I think
she's a great actress, and you know,
it's funny how the business is, because she and I and Phoebe Cates
all screen-tested for Adventures In Babysitting,
and she got it. So, it's almost synchronicity that
she ended up being Jennifer Parker. It's just odd.
I still have yet to meet her too. OK.
It's...it's... So, you need to tell us how
we can meet you, like, in the flesh. You're coming here to Australia
for Supanova very soon. I am, and I can't wait. It's gonna be Brisbane,
November 11, 12, and 13, and then I'll be in Adelaide
November 18, 19, and 20. I hope everyone, everyone
does whatever they need to do to make the trip out there, because I'm gonna be there
in person. I'm gonna be doing pictures
with people, I'm gonna be signing autographs. I have Clock Tower flyers, which
are the original from the film. Oh, wow.
And I know it's gonna be fun. I sign the back with the
"I love you" and the "555-4823", just like I did in the movie, and I just can't wait to be there. Claudia, just before we go,
you gotta help us out with
a special treat for a young guest we've got
in the studio this morning. His name is Alex. I don't know if you can see him
or not - but Alex is a huge fan... Oh, hi, Alex. Hi! ..and Alex just watched the movie,
coincidentally... Oh! ..just watched the movie
a couple of days ago and loves you! OK. Hi, Alex! I love you too! Do you want to hear a line
from the movie? Yeah, we'd love that. OK. "How about a ride, mister?" (LAUGHTER) Here, Alex, I'll give you another
one, I'll give you another one. Um...let me think, let me think. "Like Doc Brown's always saying, "if you put your mind to it,
you can accomplish anything." Oh, fantastic!
Thank you, Claudia. That's a treat! That's great, Alex.
What a treat today! Thank you. My pleasure. I really can't wait
to come to Australia. Thumbs up from Alex too. Good stuff. You can meet Claudia Wells when she's in Australia
for Supanova this November. All the details, of course,
on The Morning Show website. # We will be singing # Girl, put your love on me # 'Cause I won't let you down # I won't let you down
We'll be singing... #