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live by Ai-Media. This morning - the latest
on the Florida airport shooting which killed five, as the FBI
investigates links to terrorism and prepares to charge
the shooter. We'll cross live to the US. Trump's ties - the President-elect
takes to Twitter to defend alliance with Russia, labelling those
who disagree, "fools". But what will a US-Russian
friendship mean for the world? Paramedics kept busy, as Melbourne swelters through a
night of 29-degree temperatures. Where will the heatwave hit next? Meet the 11-year-old
handing out relationship advice for $2 a pop. Would you stop by for a chat? Is this the end
of the Hills Hoist clothesline? The Aussie icon
falls into foreign hands - is there any hope
for great Australian ideas? Mum with all the moves - she stole the show
with her dance routine, but is it dynamic, or daggy? We'll find out from her, live, as we shake things up
this morning on Weekend Sunrise.

Welcome to Weekend Sunrise. Here is Andrew O'Keefe and Monique Wright. Good morning. I love her.She is a choreographed. In a natural environment in the stands.Let's try and get a reader with the cheerleaders. I love watching the people around her. That is the best move.Whatever gives a home, somebody is terribly embarrassed. That was her sons jumper. She said, I will wear it and then from the stands.It brings out her superpower.

It's like arms for the poor.She is coming up a little bit later.

Now, here's Denham
with the 7am news. US investigators say terrorism
may be the main motivator for the Fort Lauderdale airport
mass shooting which killed five people and left
3 others in a critical condition. Live to Seven News US
Correspondent, Ashlee Mullany, for the latest. Ash, has Estenban Santiago been
charged overnight?

Good morning. Yes. He has been questioned for several hours by the FBI. As they said, they are looking into terrorism was a factor. There was inspired by his state. No charges have been laid. We are expecting to hear from authorities later this afternoon.

This is the first photo
of Esterban Santiago taken within hours of
shooting five people dead at Fort Lauderdale
International airport - Taken as he was led
into a holding cell by Florida sheriffs
and Federal investigators. The suspect did cooperate
with the interview. The interview went
for several hours. Detectives have spoken
to 175 witnesses who were inside the terminal
at the time of the shooting. Including those who
watched the 26-year-old pull a semi-automatic pistol
from his checked luggage and start firing. He did follow TSA proceadures
in checking in the weapon. Santiago's brother
says the former solider became paranoid
after serving in Iraq, and didn't recieve
proper treatment for his mental illness. Police raided
his Alaska home overnight. They haven't ruled out terror
as another motivating factor.

We are devastated that this happened in our home town. In our corner paradise.

Authorities now say six people
were wounded in total. Three remain in intensive care.

We wish them a speedy recovery.

There's been a horrific death
in Adelaide, with a man impaling himself
on a fence. Police believe he tried to jump
the fence near Goodwood Station when he slipped. It's thought he may have been
trying to take a short cut to get the train. The accident forced
the suspension of the train line service between
Adelaide and Mitcham stations, but that service has since
resumed. A man's body has been found in
the backyard of a home in Melbourne overnight. The body was found in Dandenong
North shortly after 8PM. So far, a cause of death has not
been released, but investigators are treating
the man's death as suspicious. An update on a story we brought
you yesterday, a woman has been charged, over an attack on two people
with an axe at a Sydney service station. The woman, aged in her 20s, allegedly hit a man in the face
with the axe before striking a 43-year-old
woman outside. They watched the footage and
said stop moving and put me in a neck brace, and said she tried to take
your head off and said if you didn't have
that hair, you wouldn't have
a head right now. The woman has been charged with intent to cause grevious
bodily harm. She'll face court today. Emergency Services are on high
alert across Victoria as the state swelters through
intense heat. Paramedics are urging residents
to check on the elderly this morning
after a scorching hot night. At 8PM it was still 35 degrees, causing residents to cool off
at local beaches. All night it never dropped
below 29. A 75-year-old man had to be
rescued from his garage roof after he became heat affected, and paramedics responded to 16
cases of heat exposure. Of more concern - they also attended five cases of
children locked in cars. A cool change is expected
later today. And parts of New South Wales are
also set to sizzle as warm central Australian winds
settle across the state. Inland areas will bear
the full brunt of the scorching temperatures, with the mercury climbing into
the 30s and 40s. Sydney will be spared the worst
of the heat thanks to coastal sea breezes. A riot has broken out at a youth
justice centre in Melbourne overnight. Over 30 police entered Parkville
Youth Justice Precinct as teenagers tried to break out
of a secure section of the facility. There are reports staff
had to be evacuated to protect their own safety. A van left the justice centre
early this morning with someone screaming
in the back. It's the latest in a series of
disturbances at the facility, including one in November, where inmates caused millions of
dollars worth of damage. Police are hunting a gunman involved in a terrifying
car-jacking in Adelaide. A woman had just left the gym
when she was attacked by two men at Salisbury Plain. The men stole her car which was later found
abandoned and torched. Two blokes held her
at gunpoint - one from the drivers side,
one from the passengers side, she ended up being squished
in the middle. A 33-year-old man has been
charged with assault, abduction and making
threats to kill. Police are still looking
for a second suspect. At least 43 people
have been killed and up to 80 others wounded, after a fuel truck exploded in a
busy shopping strip in northern Syria. Flames tore though the main
street of rebel-held Azaz, the blast close to the city's
courthouse and rebel headquarters. Some of the injured were taken
north, across the Turkish border
for treatment. No-one has claimed responsbility
for the attack.

Europe is been slammed by a cold front that has killed 17 people and dumped snow in record amounts. Images of -20 have caused the deaths of at least 10 people. In Italy, six people also died as snow fell on towns, still covered -- recovering from last year's earthquake disaster. More than 600 flights have been cancelled at Istanbul's Ataturk airport with roads and railways close across the entire continent. And even though was in Rome, the Vatican received its own frosting.

And dozens of celebrities
have attended President Obama's final party
at the White House, and take a look
at the guest list. Meryl Streep, Paul McCartney,
Stevie Wonder, and Tom Hanks were some of
the star-studded guests who partied into the night
to farewell the first family. There are reports President Obama
dominated the dance floor with the likes
of Robert De Niro and Usher. And that guests snacked
on chicken and waffles until 4:00 in the morning.

Chicken and waffles? You wouldn't put those together, would you? Pancakes and bacon is another big thing as well.The chicken offer sounds like a southern variant on pancakes.I've had it before, you can even put gravy on top of it. Not for me.Gravy on waffles?If you are serious about it.How is David Letterman's beard as well? That wasn't David Letterman. Imagine that party, fantastic. Stevie hitting out a few tunes. Alongside a shower and Stevie wonder and Obama.What a party!

All the sport and weather
is next, plus - new mums being kicked out
of hospital too soon. The cost-cutting measures impacting the long-term health
of mums and bubs. And, the products
doing us more harm than good. So, why are still available
for sale, and do you own one? That's ahead.

(EXCITING MUSIC) The 2016 model clearance
is now on at Nissan, with fantastic drive-away prices
across the Nissan range. Hurry, this clearance
must end January 31.

Looking back to Weekend Sunrise.

And now with sport,
here's Simon Reeve France has claimed
its second Hopman Cup after beating the United States
in the final. In the men's singles,
world number 18, Richard Gasquet, produced the goods
against Jack Sock, the Frenchman
coming from a match point down in the third set
to take the win. The tie was locked at 1-1
after American Coco Vandeweghe won the women's singles
against Kristina Mladenovic. It all came down
to the mixed doubles match where France prevailed
in straight sets. Magnifique! France are
Hopman Cup champions for 2017. Sevens 'Summer of Tennis'
continues today with the Sydney International
getting underway. Popular Canadian Eugenie Bouchard
will take to the court on day one.

In Brisbane tonight, the tennis is on 7 to make.

Australia have completed
a 3-0 series whitewash over Pakistan, winning the third test at the SCG
by 220 runs. Josh Hazlewood impressed
with the ball on the final day, taking three wickets. Attention now turns
to the one-day series, where selectors have included
Test batsman Usman Khawaja, Queensland paceman Billy Stanlake and Big Bash big-hitter
Chris Lynn. We're hoping so. Obviously, he's exciting
to watch, isn't he? Everyone loves what he's brought
to the T20 format. Now the challenge for him is to do it
in the one-day format. The one-day series gets underway
in Brisbane on Friday.

He was very funny.

The Stars have won
the local derby in Melbourne, beating the Renegades by 46 runs
in the Big Bash. Kevin Pietersen
starred with the bat, smashing 73 runs off 46 balls. COMMENTATOR: Oh, Pietersen
climbs into his work, and that is out of here.
Woohoo! Pietersen struck three sixes
and four boundaries. The Stars set the Renegades
200 to chase, but with Adam Zampa
cleaning up with the ball, they had no chance. Zampa took career-best figures
of 3/19.

He has to go my own humble opinion.

Aussie Jason Day
has the leaders in his sights at the halfway mark
of the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. He is so good at that,
so good. Day is five shots off the pace. American Justin Thomas
has a share of the lead at -12, despite his wayward 3-wood
on the last.

Happens to the best of them.Yes it does.

Now to today's weather.

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34 in Canberra, Melbourne 34 and a possible shower. A possible morning shower in Hobart and 30. Partly cloudy in Adelaide and sunny in Perth and 30. Darling, a possible storm and 32.

I didn't quite get the male age. Simon does that, "What? "

Still to come, business class
for economy prices - if you're planning a trip
this year, you'll want to stick around
for this. And, a mother of an invention - one mum's ingenious idea that will change the way
you bath your kids. Next, we cross live to the US for the latest details
on the Florida airport shooting.

Coles Summer Legends presents the BBQ with Merv Hughes. Only three things we need
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More details have emerged
about the Esteban Santiago, the main suspect in yesterday's
Fort Lauderdale airport shooting. Five people were killed
and eight others injured. For more, we're joined
by Seven News reporter, Ashlee Mullany. Ash, has any more light been
shed about a possible motive?

Good morning. Authorities are trying to paint a picture of this man and figure out what the motivation might have been to carry out an attack like this. We know that he arrived at the airport at Fort Lauderdale and actually collected a gun that he checked in. Authorities now believe that he may have been there specifically to carry out this attack. They are trying to work out what the motive was. He said some time in Iraq and his family have said that he suffered mental health issues. He actually presented himself to the FBI in November. Saying that he was hearing voices in his head. And had been forced to join Islamic State. Authorities are now scanning his electronic devices to see whether he had me real connections to Islamic State and whether that had inspired this attack. Whether these were delusions. He suffered mental illness.Currently, what charges is facing?He is likely to face murder charges. Six people are still in hospital this morning. Three of those are still fighting for their lives in the intensive care unit, Andrew.The airport there, we understand it is back at 50% operation. Is that right, any word when it will be back to 100% capacity?There are significant delays at the airport yesterday, when this was unfolding. They had to take precautions. They thought were could be another active shooter. This created a huge backlog of lights and passengers were stranded on planes. They are backup and operational this morning they are hoping to clear the backlog. They are hoping to get items and baggage back to passengers that they had to keep at the airport overnight.Have the authorities ruled out the possibility is that there was a second shooter?Yes. They now believe that he was definitely acting alone. They certainly looking through all of his electronic devices. They've interviewed over 100 passengers who were on that flight. They have interviewed his family are just to see whether there was anything in particular that triggered this attack. Or whether in fact it was inspired by is an extent.All remains to be seen of course, thank you for the update. Typical US fashion, the government has said this is not the time to talk about gun control.When else when she talk about it...Next time, when people get killed. Now was not the time.

Still to come, death of the Hills Hoist - the iconic backyard clothesline bought out
by overseas investors. Which Aussie invention
have they got their eyes on next? Talking of inventions, take a
look at this - A robotic cot that will rock your baby
to sleep automatically - your first look
at the new technology heading to Australia. And, hot, hot, hot - emergency services
run off their feet, as Victorians swelter through
a night of 29-degree temps. Is a cool change on the way?

Coles Summer Legends presents
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(UPLIFTING TOKELAUAN MUSIC)

(MUSIC CONTINUES)

I was not expecting that.We are all ready to go.Showing our smiling faces, all of a sudden do our dancing.

It's time for the news
with Denham. Investigators are preparing
to charge the suspect in the Fort Lauderdale
airport shooting after hours of interrogations. Esteban Santiago
allegedly killed five people with a firearm he smuggled into
a Florida airport on a flight from Alaska. Overnight, police raided his home
in Anchorage. They haven't ruled out terrorism
as a motivator. We've conducted 175 witness
interviews. We've recovered video,
physical evidence, and we continue to pursue
every investigative lead. Six of the wounded victims
remain in hospital - three are in intensive care. A man has died after impaling
himself on a fence near a railway station
in Adelaide. The horrifying incident happened
near Goodwood Station just after 5:00 last night. It's believed the
man could've been trying to take a shortcut to the train station by jumping the fence,
but became impaled. A group of women
discovered the man's body. The accident
forced the suspension of Belair train line services between Adelaide and Mitcham
stations. Those services have resumed. A woman will face court today over a bizarre axe attack
at a Sydney service station. A man suffered
serious head injuries when the woman allegedly attacked
him with the axe inside the store at Enmore. A woman was assaulted outside.

Another woman suffered a fractured spine when she was hit outside.

She came in with full force and
swung and hit the man across the face and then turned
immediately around to me again with both hands with the axe
into the back of my head. The woman has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm
with intent. An elderly man is one of dozens
treated by paramedics during an intense hot spell,
across Victoria. The 75-year-old was rescued from
the roof of his garage by firefighters at Lalor
last night, and treated for heat exposure. It was still 35 degrees at 8:00 last night and didn't dip
below 29. Paramedics are concerned more people may have been
affected overnight and are urging residents
to check on their loved ones. A cool change will bring
some relief later today. The bright lights of Broadway
have been dimmed in a touching tribute to Carrie
Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. Dozens of theatre marquees were
dimmed for a minute to honour the late actresses. Fisher died at age 60, and her mother Debbie died
the following day. The pair were laid to rest
in Los Angeles. at Hollywood's Forest Lawn
Memorial Park. A Brisbane fisherman has had an
experience he won't soon forget after an unusual
catch of the day. Kurt Ockenfels caught a 3m
hammerhead shark at the mouth of
the Brisbane River. Woo, just an absolutely
beautiful beautiful creature. That is probably the highlight
of my career, purely because of where
it came from. He tagged and measured the female
hammerhead before releasing her. It was found in a busy channel
used by cargo and cruise ships.

Good on him, didn't end up in a Russian kitchen.Isn't that an incredible dorsal fin.You can look at the dorsal fin, you can't get over the face?That's quite a blip on that thing. I think some work has been done. That is quite brave too, hammerheads can be very aggressive.All sharks can be aggressive, he is pretty close to the pointy end.Do you think the ham had a saying, "Wow, look at that guy's beard.." Didn't he have a lip ring?Good on you for releasing. Took the photo and let it go.

Grigor Dimitrov has upset
world number three Milos Raonic in the Brisbane International ending the Canadian's
title defence. The 25-year-old Bulgarian won
in straight sets 7-6, 7-2. Dimitrov will now meet Japan's
Kei Nishikori in the men's final after he downed Stan Wawrinka
in the semis. Karolina Pliskova has taken out
the women's final, beating France's Alize Cornet
in straight sets. COMMENTATOR: Pliskova is perfect and she's the champion
in Brisbane. Brisbane International action starts at 8pm eastern daylight
time on 7Two with the Aussie men
in the doubles final, then it's Dimitrov and Nishikori
in the men's final. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have played
an epic three hour final in Qatar over night, with the Serbian winning
6-3, 5-7, 6-4. Murray, the new world number one, has never beaten Djokovic
after losing the first set. The pundits see the two men
as favourites to reach the final again
in Melbourne in three weeks. Djokovic will arrive in Australia as a six-time
Australia Open champion, while Murray has succumbed in
five finals on Rod Laver arena. Melbourne Victory have scored
their fifth win on the trot, this time against Adelaide. James Troisi opened the scoring
for Victory mid-way through the first half. COMMENTATOR:
Set up by Berisha and beautifully finished
by James Troisi. It was none other
than Besart Berisha, who doubled the score
in the second half. It was a high scoring affair
in Brisbane, where the Newcastle Jets have
upset Brisbane Roar 3-2. The lead changed three times
throughout the match. A late strike from
Morten Nordstrand sealed it for the Jets. Manchester United
have smashed Reading in the third round of the FA Cup. Wayne Rooney scored his
249th goal for the Red Devils, equalling Sir Bobby Charlton's
all-time, goal-scoring record. Marcus Rashford bagged a double
in the 4-0 win. In another 3rd-round game
this morning, Olivier Giroud
spared Arsenal embarrassment with a late goal
to steal a 2-1 win over Preston.

He was pretty happy about that.

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A possible storm in Cairns
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A possible shower and 37
at Mt Isa. Brisbane partly cloudy and 29. A possible morning shower
in Coffs Harbour and 28. Dubbo mostly sunny and 36. Partly cloudy in Sydney and 29. Canberra partly cloudy and 34. Ballarat mostly sunny and 32. Melbourne 34 and Geelong 33. A Possible morning shower
in Hobart and 30. Adelaide partly cloudy and 30. Mostly sunny in Alice Springs
and 39. A possible storm and 32
in Darwin. And in the west,
Albany partly cloudy and 21. Perth sunny and 30. And Broome partly cloudy
and 33 degrees.

And Broome partly cloudy
and 33 degrees.

If you're moving on the country today, drive carefully. Take your time, no rush.Thank you Deb Downer. How many lessons did you take in squirting...It took a while, I had to descend into it and find my inner child.Did you have to mind the aerosol.Charlie Chaplin, that is amazing, there is no end to your talents.Did you have to pay the part of the fly or the cockroach? I'm surprised that more teen having asked him to front their ad. The bugs would believe it.After the nuclear war, there will be only two things left in this earth.

Soon this morning, two million views and counting - this mum's sideline slam dunk as she joins us live
to take us through the moves. The potentially deadly products
on our shelves - do you own any of these items? We've got the list. Tough time ahead
for the United Nations - can it make the world
a better place, or is it on the way out,
as Donald Trump claims?

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Earlier this week,
Antonio Guterres began his tenure in perhaps the most difficult job
on the planet - as Secretary-General
of the United Nations. You might remember, it's the job our own
former Primer Minister, Kevin Rudd,
desperately lobbied for, but then failed to get backing
from the Turnbull Government. Instead, the position went to the 67-year-old
former Portuguese Prime Minister, who takes the role
after a turbulent decade under Ban Ki-moon and at a time when the UN
is under more scrutiny than ever. Sunrise foreign editor
Dr Keith Suter joins us. Good morning, Keith.

He sounds like a great choice. Former prime minister, a very important time in Portuguese history. Also had 10 years as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. We now have the biggest refugee population since World War II. He has a background in European politics, fluent in several languages. Really talented individual.Not also a great CV, a great reputation by the sounds of it. I'd incredible analytical man and a great mediator.The positions that he held, he made to -- managed to handle without scandal. He's a very successful individual.As we said in the introduction, he has a very difficult role. The UN is under intense scrutiny, particularly from Donald Trump. What is likely to happen with the UN, is there likely to be a shakeup to make in what way?Increase the numbers on the UN Security Council. To get people to pay more money. Or actually to get a UN standing army. We have this peacekeeping operation, and in 20,000, including Australians. No UN provision for that and the Charter. What the Charter has, is an army.How powerful is the UN and how relevant does the UN remain.The UN has three broad tasks. One is to bring countries together. Economic and social corporation. Handing does make handling the figure virus. The second role is to keep them apart sometimes. Which is the peacekeeping role. The UN is seen as the mediator and all of these disputes. And finally, to lift countries forward. For example, I was on the governance committee in 1981, we transformed building standards. These are the three roles of the UN. The UN is not a world government. The UN Sec general has fewer staff then the premiere of the -- missiles.The body the work they do with refugees, women and education around the world, science. All that gets overlooked for the fails of the peacekeeping missions. Inheriting quite a few problems here, you have the right, Syria, Yemen, sedan. You also have Donald Trump who has no fondness for the UN as well. It is a club for people to have a good time. He tweeted this week: That is his view, anyway. That is troubling this UN is the biggest contributor to the core budget.As the economies of other countries like China continue to increase, his nominee to the UN, his appointment. His nominee is a really reasonable appointment. I gave, she has no foreign experience. She can negotiate with businesses, in the state of Carolina. He hasn't put in someone who hates the UN. What he has done is actually a reasonable appointment.What do they do now? South Korean presidency. This going to be a vacancy there shortly.I once got a lift with Coffee.You didn't just catch a lift with him? I was hitchhiking, we had a lovely chat.

Still to come, possible links to terrorism - we cross live to the US for the latest
on the mass shooting which killed five
in Florida yesterday. Childcare fee rort - how families could be paying
up to $223 a day. So what needs to be done to keep these astronomical fees
down? And next, is this proof
women have a sixth sense? How we can pick wimpy blokes
and mummy's boys from a mile off. The new study
all men will want to hear.

Now to what's making headlines,

and we are joined by News Limited
columnist, Angela Mollard, and Australian Radio Network news
editor, Deb Clay. Good morning. First, bad news for parents
being reported in the Daily Telegraph, with claims childcare fees
could rise to $223 a day if some radical changes
aren't made. Angela, the figures come from a
Department of Education report - what's going on?

Currently it's about $85 a day?Yes they are saying this could go up in four years time. We do know that the new ratios that were brought in lead to an increased cost because staff costs became more. And those are good things. We need to increase the ratio of the number of carriers to children. We also need to increase the capabilities of our childcare workers.

The problem is that we have always been behind the eight ball in Australia on childcare policy, maternity leave and supply and demand. We know we have an ageing workforce, more women that want to work and for productivity was two reasons we need that. But we're so far behind. And we have had the same rebate for nine years.The article talks about in four years time we're going to see women that can't would have childcare. Should taxpayers before shouldering more of the burden.?I know a couple of people doing that. When you add all of the costs associated with going to work, they're going to work on a part-time basis and there has to be this recognition that we should be just working for fun. These women are doing it for a number of reasons. They want to be engaged, they see it as part of their identity, they think that to themselves in this digital era, of out of the workforce for father six years, is going to be hard to get in. The government has to recognise that women who are experienced, they have to make it easier for them to come back, because these experienced people at a lot of value. Labour is calling for more childcare centres, but we have to make sure that these centres are flexible because I don't know many people who are working nine to five these days.Not only flexible, but we need to see that the people working there a good and they are comfortable to leave their children there. That's what the government is trying to do but getting it through the Senate is going to be difficult. They have very little understanding of the issue whatsoever. Disparaging the fact that we are asking our educators to have a higher level of educational attainment. Staging the fact that we want kids to be learning to read, write and speak like which is at a very early age. Wu also, we don't take into account how women in the workforce means more tax. It's actually good for the economy, so there are lots of reasons. We just don't have the steppingstones to get there.Is as younger years, you just want to feel that they're being loved and nurtured a building confidence at all those things. And that's certainly not happening a lot of places.Those who had at least one year of free schooling are a year ahead by year one in most of the basics we know that. This becomes even more important in early childhood education.I think the government is on the ball when it comes to recognising that we want to have this teacher to student ratio in place and I think that is one of the things that is driving the price up in childcare. One of the issues is that the government needs to look at this from a long-term approach. In Sweden prices are somewhat lower.

There is a study showing that rats have a female sixth sense.I loathe this research. Why are we spending money on this nonsense? We are also sending the message that you are the broken boy rat and no one is going to choose you. Also, we are human beings.You can or supply links which covers up the smell of anxiety. Just one spray, and before you know it you are on a 747 with bikini clad women who were just dying for you.Females attractiveness plays even a minor role in all this. This is as relaxed as I get, I just returned from holidays.

Still to come this morning - Fears of terrorism links as the FBI investigate
yesterday's Florida mass shooting which killed five. We cross live to the US
for the latest. Trump's twitter tirade - the president-elect
defends alliance with Russia, but will the hacking scandal
finally be put to bed? Children rescued from cars,
people collapsing from heat - Victoria swelters through a night
of extreme temperatures. Is an end to the heatwave
in sight? Fly at the pointy end
of the plane - how you can score an upgrade
without forking out the cash. Would you be counselled
by an 11-year-old? Meet the sixth grader
giving advice for just $2 a pop, and he's got clients lining up. Sideline sensation - The mum who dances
like nobody's watching. She's got the moves
and we're speaking to her live!

I want to learn some of those moves. To dance like nobody is watching when the whole world is watching that is skill.

Charges are expected
to be laid against suspected Florida airport
gunman, Esteban Santiago, for killing five people and
critically wounding three others. Live to Seven News US
Correspondent Ashlee Mullany for the latest. Ash, could he be charged
with terror offences?

Yes, he is expected to be charged with murder over those five deaths, but are charging with terror offences, the FBI needs to be certain that that was his motive for the shooting, so they are now scouring his elegiac devices to look for any real live with Isis.

This is the first photo
of Esterban Santiago taken within hours of
shooting five people dead at Fort Lauderdale
International airport - Taken as he was led
into a holding cell by Florida sheriffs
and Federal investigators. The suspect did cooperate
with the interview. The interview went
for several hours. Detectives have spoken
to 175 witnesses who were inside the terminal
at the time of the shooting. Including those who
watched the 26-year-old pull a semi-automatic pistol
from his checked luggage and start firing. He did follow TSA proceadures
in checking in the weapon. Santiago's brother
says the former solider became paranoid
after serving in Iraq, and didn't recieve
proper treatment for his mental illness. Police raided
his Alaska home overnight. They haven't ruled out terror
as another motivating factor.

We are devastated that this happened in our hometown, in our corner of Paradise.Six people remain in hospital and recovering from gunshot wounds.

To some breaking news. A crime scene has been
set up in a Sunbury, north-west of Melbourne,
after a man was struck by a car. Police and paramedics
were called to Stewarts Lane just after 6:00 this morning -
with reports he is badly injured. A medical helicopter
and SES volunteers have also been dispatched
to the scene. For the rest of the day's news,
here's Denham. A group of young women
have witnessed the aftermath of a horrific incident
in Adelaide, where a man
accidently impaled himself on a fence. Police believe the man
was attempting to jump the fence when he got spiked, around 300m
south of Goodwood Station. Paramedics tried to save him,
but he died at the scene. The group of women
who found his body were helping police
with the investigation last night. Belair line services
were suspended, but have now resumed. A six-year-old girl
is among three people who suffered burns during
a backyard explosion in Sydney. The blast happened
at 7:40 last night as a flammable liquid
was being poured onto a fire pit in Collaroy. A 46-year-old man suffered
burns to his face, while a 42-year-old
was treated for minor burns. They were all taken
to hospital for treatment - and have since been released. A woman will face court today Police have worked for hours
to control another riot at a youth justice facility
in Melbourne. They were called
to the Parkville centre at around 8:00 last night
after reports of a disturbance. When they arrived, they found
dozens of teenage inmates trying to break out of a secure section
of the facility. Staff were reportedly evacuated
as a precaution. In November, rioting teenagers
caused around $2 million damage at the same centre by ripping ceilings
and walls apart. A woman will face court today charged over
a terrifying axe attack that injured two people
in Sydney. A man suffered
serious head wounds when the woman
allegedly attacked him inside a service station
at Enmore. Police say she then set upon
a woman outside.

The force fractured the woman's spine.

She was using both hands trying
to use as much force as she can with the front-ended blade, that's why his face
was so opened up. A bystander chased her
down the street. She'll face
Parramatta Bail Court today. Emergency Services
are urging people to be careful with hot weather gripping
New South Wales and Victoria. Melbourne experienced
a scorching hot night. At 8:00 last night it was still 35 degrees, and all night -
it never dropped below 29. A 75-year-old man had to be
rescued from his garage roof, after he became heat affected. Paramedics responded to 33 cases
of heat exposure this weekend and multiple injuries
in waterways. Of most concern - six calls were received
for children locked in cars. But hang in there - a cool change
is expected later today. And parts of New South Wales
are also set to sizzle as warm central winds
settle across the state. Inland areas
will bear the full brunt of the scorching temperatures, with the mercury climbing
into the 30s and 40s. Sydney will be spared
the worst of the heat thanks to coastal sea breezes. An arctic cold snap is causing
a weather crisis across Europe, so far closing roads, railways,
and even costing lives. 17 people have been killed
in Poland and Italy as a result of
intense snow falls, causing car crashes
and damaging buildings. Turkey was one of the more
heavily hit on the continent, with 600 flights being cancelled
at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport. And even though
it was sunny in Rome, the Vatican recieved its own
light frosting. At least 18 people are dead as record rainfall
continues to cause chaos in southern Thailand,
triggering dangerous flooding. Hundreds of thousands of people
have been affected by rising water levels, with 10 provinces under water. The unseasonal downpours are expected to continue
for at least two more days. Donald Trump has once again
taken to social media to voice his position
on key international relations. A day after
an intelligence report revealed Russia
ordered a hacking operation aimed at undermining the US
election, Trump tweeted:

The president-elect says
once he enters office,

both countries will enjoy
a better relationship. We have a development
on the little Beefeater boy we showed you yesterday posing with a Coldstream guard
at Windsor Castle. After the video received
millions of views online, the guard that stood with
little Marshall for the photo contacted the boy's mother
offering him a guided tour. He's been busy practicing
his march at home ever since and as you can see,
he's getting pretty good. Whats that on your head? Bearskin. The four-year-old
even has a spot reserved for him in the 2029 guard intake.

Super cute.It's not a real beaver. The last thing we have for you is Obama's party.

And dozens of celebrities have attended
President Obama's final party at the White House, and take a look
at the guest list. Meryl Streep, Paul McCartney,
Stevie Wonder, and Tom Hanks were some of the star-studded
guests who partied into the night to farewell the first family. There are reports President Obama
dominated the dance floor with the likes of Robert De Niro
and Usher. Guests are said to have snacked
on chicken and waffles until 4:00 in the morning.

Seeing to Nero and Letterman next to each other is like Moses and Abraham.Had you think Abraham would dance?Robert De Niro? He would be cool.He doesn't need to do much.With a whiskey in his hand. I was there at is the narration, and I found myself on the dance floor with the crowd and government sorted by accident, and Stevie wonder was playing and doing his thing, Obama comes out with Michelle, needless to say I was nice and close unable to do a few pieces to camera for news. Security throws out straight afterwards. Publish you got to sing open isn't she lovely). You really get around Hitchcock. He actually hid in David Letterman's beard. To get the inside shot.Left the other story.

And now with sport,
here's Simon Reeve. Australia has not only won a
series clean sweep over Pakistan, but they've unearthed
a new cult hero. With Pakistan's
run chase nearing impossible, the attention turned
to young Mickey Edwards. The substitute fieldsman
didn't bowl a ball, and didn't even take a catch, but with every touch of the ball,
the SCG roared. What about that,
that was remarkable! Yeah, look, I think he enjoyed
his time out on the field. Australia will now face Pakistan
in a five-game one-day series starting next Friday. France has claimed
its second Hopman Cup after beating the United States
in the final. In the men's singles, Richard Gasquet bounced back
from his defeat to Roger Federer against Jack Sock. The Frenchman coming from
a match point down in the third set to win it. The tie was locked at one-all after American CoCo Vandeweghe
won the women's singles against Kristina Mladenovic. It all came down to
the mixed doubles match, where France prevailed
in straight sets.

Magnifique France are Hopman Cup
champions for 2017. Seven's tennis continues today

with the Sydney International
underway. Popular Canadian Eugenie Bouchard
is on court, while in Brisbane tonight,
it's the mens final between Kei Nishikori
and Grigor Dimitrov - all on 7Two, check the guides. The Melbourne Stars have won
the local derby in Melbourne, beating the Renegades by 46 runs
in the Big Bash at Etihad. Kevin Pietersen starred, with the bat smashing 73 runs
off 46 balls. Oh, Pietersen climbs into
his work and that is out of here! Pietersen struck three sixes
and four boundaries. The Stars set the Renegades
200 to chase, but with Adam Zampa pushing
his cause for the Indian tour, they struggled. Zampa had career best figures
of 3 for 19. Aussie Jason Day
has the leaders in his sights at the halfway mark
of the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. He is so good at that, so good. Day is 5 shots off the pace
at 7 under. American Justin Thomas has
a share of the lead at 12-under, despite a wayward 3-wood
on the last. Now to today's weather. VOICE-OVER:
This weekend weather update is brought to you by the Mortein
Kill & Protect range. Protect your home
from all roaches, not just the ones you see. A trough moving across
South Australia is triggering heavy showers
and storms. Northerly winds
are bringing a very hot night to parts of Victoria
and New South Wales. An active monsoon trough is
generating rain and thunderstorms

across the Northern Territory
and Queensland tropical coasts. Brisbane partly cloudy and 29. 29 and partly cloudy in Sydney. Partly cloudy and 34 in Canberra. Melbourne 34
and a possible shower. A possible morning shower
in Hobart and 30. Partly cloudy in Adelaide and 30. Sunny also in Perth and 30. And Darwin a possible storm
and 32.

(MUSIC).

Now to the latest
on President-elect Donald Trump and his response
to the Russian hacking briefing he received from US spy chiefs.

And, if there was any doubt
over his feelings about Russia, he made them clear overnight. In a series of tweets, Donald Trump said having
a relationship with Russia was a good thing, and only
stupid people would think that it's bad. Joining us to discuss
is Tom Switzer from the US Studies Centre.
Good morning. Tom, these are quite
extraordinary tweets, as they blatantly confirm Trumps plans to warm relations
with Russia.

He's not completely wrong that a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, is he?I think you're right, there is a very good argument to be made that it is absolutely pointless for America and Russia not to see I tie on a wide range of issues, especially when their interests overlap. Such is the case with fighting Islam jihadists and containing a rising China. US policy under trumps under President Bill Clinton, and Bush, have been a failure. They try to isolate Russia and expand NATO onto Russia's doorstep, and promoting democracy, which from Russia's perspective means bringing down pro rata regimes in Russia labelled. So you'd be crazy to think there would be a backlash from Russia. Excepting that a cordial relationship with Russia is important for America in the world, how do you then realistically deal with this report, which has essentially said that the authorisation for the hacks goes all the way to printed. Senator John McCain express the views of many Republicans at the Congressional hearings into the scandal.Every American should be alarmed by Russia's attacks on our nation. There is no national security interest more vital to the United States and the ability to hold free and fair elections without foreign interference.So how do you uphold that American concern democracy,.Congress is a citadel of Hawks. They have been critical of Russia philosophy five years. Some might argue, and I suspect this would be transposition, that the makers themselves have been very good about interfering in the of foreign affairs of other countries. In 1996, the Clinton administration unashamedly advised that Yeltsin Boris Yeltsin government on how to win the elections. Time magazine had a major front gate two front page story. 20 years later, the same magazine is claiming that Russia is somehow interfering in the internal affairs American politics. The other thing to remember is that is a 25 page report by the CIA are FBI, and they say that Russia has been doing this for several years. It has been such a problem, why hasn't the Obama administration made a big security issue? The transporters are saying that this is a classic case of the outgoing administration trying to delegitimise the new president.That being said, you will still be left with the problem of how to deal with this.I think transposition is actually mellowed in the last four hours. He says he understands the significance of this report. That there is a key difference between hacking and dissemination. Hacking is one thing and the Russians are probably done that. But there is still no evidence they gave this material to WikiLeaks. The other thing to keep in mind is that the WikiLeaks drama, the reports are came out in October, that Hillary Clinton had given private speeches to Wall Street firms talking about a borderless world, and how she is the one thing in private and another in public, that got completely overshadowed by the Hollywood tapes. All we talked about that weekend would Donald Trump's extremely lewd remarks. The WikiLeaks stuff didn't get the traction. So I make the point that the Russians didn't really help Donald Trump with the election. It's a minority view, but the Russia phobia in Washington is out of control. I think trouble will try to fix that balance in the next few weeks and months.Indubitably. It certainly seems to be the aim. Thanks Tom.

And off the back of these
serious allegations of hacking,

Lots more to come
this Sunday, including -

the products deemed
unsafe for sale. So, why are they still
on our shelves? And do you own one? Meet the mum who's turned
her cake obsession into sweet success. Plus, fly at the pointy
end of the plane for a budget. Find out how everyday Aussies
can fly in style.

Boys will be boys. But with Macca's Summer Sides Box, there's three favourites
plus Big Mac Special Sauce. So you keep everyone happy.

Time to take a look back at some
of the stories making headlines this week
in the segment we like to call... # Say what? # And first up this week, Federal Health Minister,
Sussan Ley, has defended her purchase
of an $800 thousand apartment, during a taxpayer funded trip to
the Gold Coast, a spokesperson saying
it was an impulse buy. Deputy Prime Minister,
Barnaby Joyce, defended the minister, but told reporters in Canberra
he wouldn't have done it. On Ministerial trips have you had
time to go house shopping or apartment
shopping? Uh, my wife would be a bit upset if I went house shopping
without her, so we got one house
and I love it!

That was good, I like him. Did your partner provide major items without consulting?No, he knows what is good for him. I do know that is good double standards.Hey I mean, look at the couch we just bought. We have been looking at couches for two months and you just bought one. There is a difference between buying a couch and a surfboard. Anything at one impulses Jerry Writes.

Bob Hawke loves his cricket
almost as much as he loves his beer. This week cameras captured
the former Prime Minister downing a schooner at the SCG
yet again. The current PM, Malcolm Turnbull,
was also at the Test, where he seemed a little tested
in the commentary box. Are we gonna see this from you
later this afternoon? Well, no I think I'll leave the
sculling to Bob. He's consistent isn't he? He is.
He is unique. He is absolutely unique.

Very diplomatic. Maybe see the PM coughing a Chardonnay.I think it would be a red. Something like that. Mother River. It is interesting that we celebrate Bob Hawke doing it, but we say that is binge drinking when Tony Abbott does that. Commenting on Bob, with a classic piece of footage going to " You silly old butter ."

Moving overseas now,
and the BBC has come under fire for what's been labelled an
"insensitive" parody of a reality TV show. The sketch - called the "Real
Housewives of ISIS" - is based on the popular US
television model recently exported to Australia, and depicts brides
of terrorists. VOICE-OVER:
Coming up this season on "The Real Housewives of ISIS" It's only three days
until the beheading and I've got no idea what I'm
gonna wear! Abdul seduced me online. He had me at free healthcare. Hang on... I'm recording it
for Instagram, what do you think? Hashtag, you look gorgeous. Oh babes, I love it! She looked massive.

You can't not laugh at it. Lots of people don't like it. Companies need to push the boundaries.People are a little too thin-skinned these days are they?They can't handle we kill. That is what this is doing. It is not only ridicule, it is also bit offensive. Given that people die.It's a question of timing, is it too soon to be doing those gags. Because Mel Brooks himself was Jewish, to be able to make fun of his love was his prerogative.Is that there prerogative? The other reason why we laugh, it is actually a priority -- parody of the other shows like this.Also, because it is money.

In the US, Republican speaker
Paul Ryan has shown he is definitely not
down with the kids, when he was completely confused
by the son of a Congressman dabbing on stage. Yeah, you look at her right
there. You right? Do you wanna put your hand down? OK, OK. You gonna sneeze?

That is my favourite bit. Saying that he is just leaving.Who sneezes like that. Back to this, I am glad I learned about this.We are down with the kids, he got grounded. He looks about 16.Do you think? He is 16. It is hard to tell with nerds, isn't it?He is not a nerd, he just tapped in front of Paul Ryan.

Have you ever wanted to fly at
the pointy end of the plane but couldn't afford
to part with the cash? Well that privilege may be closer
than what you think. With the right insight, the journey from cattle-class
to high-class could be as simple as
sprucing-up or even winning an online bid for an empty business class
seat. And the lerks and perks, well,
they're endless. To discuss ways of negotiating
that sneaky upgrade, we're joined by Jason Nooning
from Flight Centre. Jason, good morning.

Good morning, how are you?Could they do.

If we can begin by looking at the
simple method of asking for an upgrade
when you check-in, how successful is this approach?

It is one of the verifications under the sun. It depends on when you are travelling. It depends whether the aircraft is actually oversold. You might just have a chance, it is probably a better question... Once you get surprised at what they come back with. Domestic, I know you can upgrade for about 5000 points. There is this new concept that lots of carriers are offering, this new bit online.There is a couple of different ways they can do this, if you have bought and economy class ticket, and you want to try getting a premium economy tickets. You can go at the portal, submitted a bid request. If you're putting in a reasonable offer, and you are surprised and happy days. At the same time, you do need to be across what it actually cost to buy that seat outright. You may find, if you are bidding more than what you think is reasonable, you only got a got that seat if you just bought it outright.It is probably unlikely that you're going to get wearing your stinky shoes and a flash tracksuit.100%, you want to dress the part. The golden area of flying, it took six ways to get to London. If you get to the airport wearing a singlet, shared, you're not going to get upgrade.You are more likely to do it if you are flying solo, you need to dig your partner and your kids. You are never going to get an upgrade if you have kids. Something that might be a little helpful, subscribing to an online airline newsletter?Newsletters are a good one, it helps to have a good relationship with a travel agent. Someone who can send you a text when these word-of-mouth deals come out.How do you build that relationship?Go into your local Flight Centre and I am sure they will be happy to do it.Buying tickets online, instead of putting Mr, put Sir or professor.This is the, "I just got married, this is our honeymoon trick ." Good to talk to you, I'm going to tell all of the somethings that Flight Centre that is OKed for them to have your proper mobile number.

It's time for the news, with
Denham. Thank you. Leading the news this morning - Returning to our breaking news, Where a crime scene has been
set up outside a home in Sunbury, north-west of Melbourne, after reports a man
was struck by a car. Police and paramedics were called
to Stewarts Lane just after 6:00 this morning, with reports
he is critically injured. A medical helicopter
and SES volunteers

It is believed the power known to each other.

There's been a horrific
death in Adelaide, The helicopter has been dispatched,
but has now been turned back. Come on Kayla There's been a horrific with a man impaling himself
on a fence. Police believe he tried
to jump the fence near Goodwood Station -
when he slipped and fell. It's thought he may have been
trying to take a shortcut - to get the train. The accident
forced the suspension of the train line service between Adelaide
and Mitcham stations, but that service
has since resumed. A man's body has been found
in the backyard of a home in Melbourne overnight. The body was found
in Dandenong North, shortly after 8:00PM. So far, a cause of death
has not been released, but investigators are treating
the man's death as suspicious. Three people,
including a child, have been injured during an explosion
in a Sydney backyard. The blast happened
at 7:40 last night, as a flammable liquid was being poured
onto a fire pit in Collaroy. A 46-year-old man suffered
burns to his face, while a 42-year-old woman and six-year-old girl
were treated for minor burns. They were all taken
to hospital for treatment, and have since been released. A hot spell is scorching
parts of New South Wales and Victoria today, with residents urged to remain
vigilant during the extreme heat. A 75-year-old man was one of 33
people treated for heat exposure this weekend as temperatures climbed
across Victoria. The man was rescued off the roof
of his garage at Lalor around 9:00 last night. While hot winds from central
Australia are expected to cause hot
temperatures in New South Wales. The FBI are moments away
from announcing charges against the suspected
Fort Lauderdale airport gunman. Esteban Santiago
is accused of killing five people with a firearm he smuggled
into a Florida airport on a flight from Alaska. Overnight, police raided his home
in Anchorage. While the 26-year-old had
been treated for mental illness, there is speculation he may also
be charged for terror offences. And at this point, we continue
to look at the terrorism angle with regards to
the potential motivation for this attack. Six of the wounded victims
remain in hospital - three are in intensive care. It's taken 20 years,
4,000 officers and even a television series. But finally, police in China have caught up
with the final suspect in the country's
most infamous cash heist. Chen Xumin was arrested by
officers in the country's south over the 1995 robbery
of an armoured vehicle. Then, seven men stole $3 million
and shot a security officer, with most arrested
in the weeks after. Despite having plastic surgery
to chance his appearance, detectives were never going
to give up on this big catch.

Gee, that was cheap plastic surgery. It looks like you had a back on his head.A plastic stick on the nose is never going to work. That he is and everything.We can see that guy with the bad is.

Video of a clever donkey
has gone viral after she used problem-solving
skills to cross a fence. Pen mates Pedro and Domenico
didn't have any trouble with the cross bar,
leaping over the fence with ease. But Oreste
was a little more hesitant and quickly finds
another solution. The heart-warming vision
was taken at a donkey sanctuary in northern Italy.

She is now teaching the other dog is how to do that as well.The donkey has now set up a tollgate there. The other two..."I can't get through" At home, mine can open gates, he is not a donkey, he is a horse. What was his name? Pedro. Pedro is now feeling silly isn't it. (LAUGHTER).

Grigor Dimitrov has upset
world number three Milos Raonic in the Brisbane International ending the Canadian's
title defence. The 25-year-old Bulgarian won
in straight sets 7-6, 7-2. Dimitrov will now meet Japan's
Kei Nishikori in the men's final after he downed Stan Wawrinka
in the semis. Karolina Pliskova has taken out
the women's final, beating France's Alize Cornet
in straight sets. COMMENTATOR: Pliskova is perfect and she's the champion
in Brisbane. Brisbane International action starts at 8pm eastern daylight
time on 7Two with the Aussie men
in the doubles final, then it's Dimitrov and Nishikori
in the men's final. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have played an epic three hour
final in Qatar overnight, with the Serbian winning
6-3, 5-7, 6-4. Murray, the new world number one, has never beaten Djokovic
after losing the first set. The pundits see the two men
as favourites to reach the final again
in Melbourne in 3 weeks. Djokovic will arrive in Australia as a six-time Australia Open
champion, while Murray has succumbed in
five finals on Rod Laver arena.

Like you did last year.

Melbourne Victory have scored
their fifth win on the trot, this time against Adelaide. James Troisi opened the scoring
for Victory mid-way through the first half. COMMENTATOR:
Set up by Berisha and beautifully finished
by James Troisi. It was none other
than Besart Berisha, who doubled the score
in the second half. It was a high scoring affair
in Brisbane, where the Newcastle Jets have
upset Brisbane Roar 3-2. The lead changed three times
throughout the match. A late strike from
Morten Nordstrand sealed it for the Jets. Manchester United
have smashed Reading in the third round of the FA Cup. Wayne Rooney scored his
249th goal for the Red Devils, equalling Sir Bobby Charlton's
all-time, goal-scoring record. Marcus Rashford bagged a double
in the 4-0 win. Olivier Giroud
spared Arsenal embarrassment with a late goal
to steal a 2-1 win over Preston. VOICE-OVER:
This weekend weather update is brought to you by the
Mortein Kill & Protect range. Protect your home
from all roaches, not just the ones you see. A possible storm in Cairns
and 32.

A possible storm in Cairns
and 32. A possible shower and 37
at Mt Isa. Brisbane partly cloudy and 29. A possible morning shower
in Coffs Harbour and 28. Dubbo mostly sunny and 36. Partly cloudy in Sydney and 29. Canberra partly cloudy and 34. Ballarat mostly sunny and 32. Melbourne 34 and Geelong 33. A Possible morning shower
in Hobart and 30. Adelaide partly cloudy and 30. Mostly sunny in Alice Springs
and 39. A possible storm and 32
in Darwin. And in the west,
Albany partly cloudy and 21. Perth sunny and 30. And Broome partly cloudy
and 33 degrees.

And Broome partly cloudy
and 33 degrees. Just this week, complaints about
popular products that are supposed to keep
people safe, have sparked major investigations
by the ACCC and Fair Trading offices
around the country. The first is a sunscreen that
stands accused of delivering serious burns to
some people using it, including a three-month-old
Queensland baby who had to be hospitalised
for two nights. The other is a flotation lounge
that has come perilously close to drowning people. I panicked. This is a terribly
new experience for me, nearly drowning, and I started thrashing about
with my arms and legs, and my head
was drawn up into the lining and totally underwater. Dozens of others claim they have
had similar near-death experiences
as Nevil Whitlock. Consumer watchdogs
are investigating, but in the meantime are warning
to avoid using the devices called 'Now Loungers'. And some of the victims
join us now. From Melbourne, Anthea Chester
and her daughter Hollie. And in studio, Kim Cancellier.

Plus Chris Russell, an expert in credit make product design. Good morning to

First to you Kim, you bought the Cancer Council's
Peppa Pig sunscreen for your kids,
but tried it on yourself first. What happened?

, I had some time in between shifts for work.I thought I would get it and then read some by book. I had some sunscreen that I just purchased for my kids. I used a different product for my taste, which was invisible think. After an hour, I can just feel my stomach burning. I was engrossed in my book. I got to a point where I thought, something is not right. I rather think of my stomach. An hour later, I can really feel something wasn't right stop I got up, there are showers at the venue. I got under a shower to call off. I left much earlier than I was planning to, went back to the studio whereas working. You could see instantly that there was completely burned. They are saying that in 1% of cases that they could be an allergic reaction. Could this be an allergic reaction for you?My doctor advised that he didn't believe that all that was an allergic reaction. It was more as though the product actors as an accelerant in the sun. It looks more than the average one- hour sunburn.Ouch! You can imagine that poor three month old baby.We did invite the a triple C and the program, they provided a statement which reads: "

Your doctor says this is not an allergic reaction. It is something in the product itself which is accelerating the UV effects of the sun. What happens for you now, Tim?

For me, it has been four weeks since I plied the product, my skin has only just help. There is one small batch rice received second- degree burns, which is finally just about to go back how it is to work. In regards to the response, it is a standard response. I am not the anyone who has experienced this. There are hundreds and possible thousands of people. I have done research about what they put into the product, at the very minimum of, my advice is Cancer Council need to remove this from the shelves. Even if it is just to make the consumer happy are right now.Stop making better peak make sunscreen.What would better peak know? I would have this product for the kids.. Put it aside and just wait to see how this how unfolds. He received the cap on our Lounge for Christmas?I was very happy that I got it, I was going to have fun and it was a hot day on Christmas. We went to my mom's friend's house. To try it out. After a few months make minutes of sitting on it, I dropped through the middle and the parachute wrapped around my face and I could not breathe.Wow! Wow! You are a paramedic, how could this have turned out, if you are not there.It is quite possible that Holly would not be sitting here talking to you today. Especially, she had been half a metre further into the deep end when she could not find her footing.When she emerged from the water. Like Kim's case, there do seem to have been multiple complaints about this product. It is hard to see how these things get to market. Chris Russell, these products, from your area of expertise... Which is a agriculture. All products that come to market are pretty regulated in Australia. Should all products are coming to the country from overseas go through the same revelatory scrutiny.Absolutely. This is very strictly controlled. You can't claim that water has kept alive unless you have done five peer- reviewed trials. In terms of general machinery imports, incidents and so on... They try and draw this fine line between a nanny state where there is policeman in every border looking at everything. There is responsibility by both the buyer and imported that the things meet a standard. They are regular in themselves a little bit there. There are clearly some areas that are very strictly controlled. The government needs to take on the responsibility. What they prefer to say, if you tell us it is good. It is not good, we will definitely pursue you.It is also a case, that some things are going to slip through. There is going to be human error there. If they were testing out this Lounge, the particular position that you get in just didn't get when they were testing it.Who takes responsibly when that happens is what generally governs what happens. None of the bureaucrats want to see -- be seen as responsible. Buyer beware and also beware if you are the seller or importer. How are you going to pursue someone out of Mongolia for a lounge?Most products, I'm not sure if this is true of the now Lounge. They come with disclaimers and warnings on their labels. Do you take any notice of those things, and it is there any remedy through those things?And a lot of agriculture, absolutely. And our world of the general... It is very general in commodities. Whether you can take any notice or not. In agriculture and and pesticides and veterinary medicines, anything on that label is actually the at the AP and the.You have spoken to the companies, you have a stop response for your complaints there Kim. Is there any way that you can speak to the company that manufactures Now Lounges for?I have contacted them and what might happen. The first response that I got, " I am happy to replace the product as long as you have the receipt. " I certainly don't want another one. When I try to pursue it further, they got the responsibility? And by email.The CCT responded...They said they should not be used on water.Thank you all so much.Certainly, it is not manifested in Australia and it is a problem, yet Buckley remedy.

Imagine your mum got up
at a packed sports match, in a festive jumper, danced like
it was nobody's business, and became an internet
sensation. Not embarrassing at all! Well that's exactly what
happened to our next guest, except she's the mum. Robin Schreiber's performance at
a basketball game in the US has been viewed tens of millions
of times. Have a look. (MUSIC PLAYS)

And Robin Schreiber joins us now
from Mountain View, California - good morning, Robin.

Good morning.

Wow, those are some
amazing moves.

You are just restyling there, no formal training.No formal training at all.Wow! Pretty interpretive isn't it? I absolutely love this and cannot watch it without smiling. That was the whole point, right? That this is what you did this? Absolutely. It was the day after our election, you may have heard we had election. I just felt everyone needed a little giggle. I had the sweater and new that I could get up and dance. This what is so bright, I thought maybe the cameraman would zoom in and he did. The next day I had about 1.4 million views.Wow! Unbelievable. The orders just rolling in for more of those holiday sports sweaters.I think so! I think they might be sold out. Apparently you bought this jumper for your son, he didn't want it. Is that right?Correct. Actually no, my husband saw some of the party and said that would be a goofy gift to give for Christmas. He bought a women's size, our son is like 6.4. They dead me to wear it and they dead me to get up and dance. They knew that I would do it.What have they said to you, what have your husband and son said to you now that you are a internets sensation? They love it, they absolutely love it. First it was, "Oh my goodness ." It was his idea. It is not his idea. He is fine with that, he loves it. He encourages me to do more dances.We love the fact that you actually invited to dance with the cheerleaders, such was your popularity. We both have to say that you are on choreographed work, your improvised work is what really impresses us. Can you talk this through a couple of your moves, Robin. The first one where you are moving your hair over the top of the head. We love that one. And then the sort of crotch giving manoeuvre.There is a bit of a salad toss in there as well. There is a move called the "Salad toss. " There is a fist pump.That is the salad toss. That is handing out the pieces. It seems you have well and truly achieved your goal, you just have to look at all the faces in the people that is senior like sitting around you. We're she started our show and it just put us on the best mood a few weeks ago. Thank you so much.Thank you. It has just been so much fun.And for next year, before you go. Monique's friend knitted onesies, so we could probably put something together for you.We will start knitting and now, you're propagated by 2020.I love her. She is terrific.

New mums are being put at
unnecessary risk by being sent home from hospital
too soon after giving birth. That's the opinion of the President of the
Australian Medical Association, Dr Michael Gannon, who has
condemned the practice. He says that it's a time when
women need a lot of support, and they're not getting it. Some are being sent home days,
or even hours, after having their baby. And Dr Michael Gannon joins us
now from Perth along with new mum,
Codi De Veau in Canberra, good morning to you both. Dr Gannon, you're also an
obstetrician. Why is this happening?

I think it is very much a cost saving measure. It is entirely appropriate for lots of mums. They are ready to go home, they are ready to go home. Women will say that they feel edged out before they were confident as a first-time mum. Already for the journey, for those women who had other children to look after as well. What impact using it as having two new mums. A lot of them feel very unsure of themselves and not quite ready. That is going to be the case whether they leave hospital after two days or seven days. It is a very difficult journey. Surely, we have it wrong if we have regarded the norm as people going home well less than 24 hours after delivery. It is not particularly caring, it is not particularly compassionate. It is not an investment in their health or the health of the child. You're probably not seeing women sent home who are experiencing postnatal complication. Where hearing of women going hunt for their milk is coming in. That is concerning, isn't it? My reflection of this, my patients in the private sector are very capable, very intelligent, very inform educated women. Even for people who have the privileges of wealth and the smarts to deal with what might hit them. I feel for them, I know how difficult it is for them to go home either for the first time or to go home again after being exhausted for a long pregnancy or long labour. Maybe look after one, two or three children.It can be quite overwhelming. You had your first baby in September, the birth didn't go smoothly. Tell us what happened. For me, I was betting through the birth centre. I plan to do an all natural birth, in the water. Like most new mums. You do a bit of research, you think about how you birth wants to go. I had amazing support with my birth centre midwife, he was a male. He was really supported through the whole thing. Unfortunately, my labour to progress properly as our little girl decided to come out face first. We ended up having an emergency cesarean and that all went according to plan. We were discharged from hospital from Day Street, I was struggling from breastfeeding. My knock hadn't come in properly. The first fee came round and I was emotionally exhausted. Physically as well it was my lovely midwife who called me at 6 PM, he said, "How are you going? " I said I'm completely distraught and I don't know how to feed my daughter. He said he had come out after he finished his shift and bought me a breast pump and talk me through it again. Have hired not had that support, I probably would have gone straight through the formula. I didn't have the skills and I wasn't able to breast feed properly.You ended up with postnatal depression. You think that might have been avoided had you been more secured going home. Is there clear evidence that the care you have received directly after.There is certainly that evidence, there is a risk of postnatal depression, no matter how long women stay in hospital. Not for one minute, asserting that every woman is allowed to stay for 3 to 5 days. You have to take the leap occasionally. There are very common stories. This is actually a very clever or sensitive prevention to just give someone surely more than 24 hours. More than 46 hours that is becoming the norm for so- called uncomplicated births. This is not an investment in supporting breastfeeding. This is not a stumbling track establishing the mother and baby bonds.As you say, it is a very individual thing. Some mums want to go straight home. That is terrific. There are some terrific at home midwife resurfaces that are great too. For a lot of mums and certainly coating in particular, they really need to be there for every single feet and you can't time that. Certainly back in our mums day, they stayed for up to 10 days. I know that you are not suggesting that. But you are saying that it needs to be individual and certainly give people the option if they are feeling like they are overwhelmed and make sense.There is no question that a lot of patients feel as if they are being emptied out early. They feel that pressure. I think that we should also reflect those who find it more difficult to communicate their feelings. I can tell you for sure, assertive patients will and well at patients, intelligent patients know the system and will find a way to stay longer. The reality is, there are people in our community who deliver babies who don't speak English or don't speak it so well. In the public system, there is no question that we are sending people home who don't necessarily have the full kit of skills to look after a newborn. I think that this is a important investment in their health and the health of our children to make sure that they get some sort of a good start.Thank you very much for that and thank you for joining us and sharing your story Cody. What a gorgeous girl. Great to see you fit in well.

It's the end of the line
for yet another Aussie icon - the Hills Hoist clothesline,
that is. The National Library
of Australia lists the humble housework
helper as a national treasure. But the right
to make and sell it was sold this week
to an American company.

Joining us now, some experts on the story.We talk about the hills hoist because it is so iconic. Is there a new invention, that is likely to fill that void in our hearts?

I think there is a lot of new stuff coming. On the new inventors program, which I have judged on for a long time. We used to have 47 episodes years for seven years. Or eight years. We had three every week. They were amazing. I think the difference that is happening in Australia. The used to be the gadget. I think we are now moving into the transformational area. When we look at the stuff that is coming out now. There was a guy coming out now in Newcastle, who is, with a solar paint.Can you imagine where you can just paint a solar panel on a roof. Incredible.It is not as efficient as a solar panel, but is a fraction of the price. This is really going to change agriculture, particularly in Australia. This is drained technology. They talk about the drone industry being worth $32 billion. It is a massive business. Monitoring crops, monitoring cattle. What you see as being the next big thing. On a bit like Chris, I see a bit like Chris Singh across the country. One thing I saw last year is a new vaccine for peanut allergies, which is a growing problem in children. Developed here in Melbourne. That has transformative application for young people in Australia and around the world.Something like the hills horse, it seems fairly basic. Doctor Yunus Stanley display on skin. This is very high-level stuff, so it's good at this. We need to invest in it. Chris and Charlie, thank you very much for joining us

It's news time - here's Denham. There has been
startling revellations charges are expected be laid against suspected Florida airport
gunman, Esteban Santiago, Live to Seven News US
Correspondent Ashlee Mullany for the latest. Ash, have investigators
determined a motive behind the attack?

Authorities are still trying to determine the motive for the shooting. Details on the last half an hour, Estenban Santiago his involvement with this. He went to the FBI in November to speak about voices he was hearing, they have been described as, "Terroristic. " We have been told that he turned up with a loaded magazine and a loaded magazine in the car. Along with his child. That gun was actually seized by police and Esteban was taken to hospital to be treated for possible mental health issues. He went back to authorities in December and was given that gun back on December 8. The next question is, whether that was the same weapon, a nine The next question is, whether that was the same weapon, a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol which was used in the shooting on Friday which killed five people. Some serious questions for the FBI and also why he was allowed to fly in the first place, let's

There have been concerns raised about why Mr Santiago
wasn't placed on a no-fly list. I want to be clear, during our
initial investigation we found no connection
to terrorism, he broke no laws
when he came into our office making disjointed comments
about mind control.

The death toll stands at five. Three people are fighting for their lives in the intensive care unit. Lots of question over there. Thanks for bringing us up to date.

A man has been hit and killed
by a car in north-western Melbourne. The man,
believed to be aged in his 30s, was struck in a car park
at Sunbury around 6:15 this morning. The car sped from the scene, but police managed to arrest
the female driver a short time later. Police are asking anyone
who witnessed the incident to come forward. There's been a horrific death
in Adelaide, with a man impaling himself
on a fence. Police believe
he tried to jump the fence near Goodwood Station
when he slipped and fell. It's thought he may have been
trying to take a shortcut to get the train. The accident forced
the suspension of the train line service,
but it has since resumed. An update on a story
we brought you yesterday - a woman has been charged over an attack on two people
with an axe at a Sydney service station. The woman, aged in her 20s, allegedly hit a man in the face
with the axe, before striking
a 43-year-old woman outside. They watched the footage
and said, "stop moving and put me in a
neck brace," and said, "she tried
to take your head off", and said, "if you didn't have
that hair, "you wouldn't have a head
right now". The woman
has been charged with intent to cause
grevious bodily harm and will face court today. A riot has broken out
at a youth justice centre in Melbourne overnight. Over 30 police entered
Parkville Youth Justice Precinct, as teenagers tried to break out
of a secure section of the facility. There are reports staff
had to be evacuated to protect their own safety. A van left the justice centre
early this morning with someone distressed
and screaming in the back. It's the latest in a series
of disturbances at the facility, including one in November where inmates caused millions
of dollars worth of damage. Paramedics and firefighters
remain on high alert across New South Wales
and Victoria, with a hot spell
scorching both states. A 75-year-old man
was one of 33 people treated for heat exposure
this weekend, as temperatures climbed
across Victoria. The man was rescued from the roof
of his garage, where it was still 29 degrees
at 9pm. New South Wales will also be
blasted by high temperature caused by hot winds blowing in
from central Australia. Europe is being slammed
by an Arctic cold front which has killed
at least 17 people and dumped snow
in record amounts. Polish authorities say
temperatures of -20 degrees have caused the deaths
of at least ten people. In Italy, six people also died as snow fell on towns
still recovering

from last year's
earthquake disaster. More than 600 flights
have been cancelled at Istanbul's Ataturk airport, with roads and railways closed
across the entire continent. And even though it was sunny
in Rome, the Vatican received
its own light frosting. The Obama's have hosted
a star-studded party at the White House
to say their goodbyes. Take a look at the guest list - Meryl Streep, Paul McCartney,
Stevie Wonder, and Steven Spielberg
were some of the A-listers who partied into the night
to farewell the first family. There are reports President Obama
dominated the dance floor with the likes of Robert De Niro
and Usher. The bash didn't finish until 4am.

The pubs normally closed about 2 AM. I can tell you that by experience. Bitter experience, Denham? There is always an after party. I thought your Kate Ellis that one of the guests was Stephen the dog.Jackie will find us a picture of Stephen. Possibly not.

Can you see the Trump party, the Trump equivalent, Charlton Heston baby, Douglas fought. Hefner.

France has claimed
its second Hopman Cup after beating the United States
in the final. In the men's singles, Richard Gasquet bounced back
from his defeat to Roger Federer against Jack Sock. The Frenchman coming from
a match point down in the third set to win it. The tie was locked at one-all after American CoCo Vandeweghe
won the women's singles against Kristina Mladenovic. It all came down to
the mixed doubles match, where France prevailed
in straight sets. Magnifique! France are Hopman
Cup champions for 2017.

Seven's tennis continues today with the Sydney International
underway. Popular Canadian Eugenie Bouchard
is on court, while in Brisbane tonight,
it's the men's final between Kei Nishikori
and Grigor Dimitrov - all on 7Two, check the guides. Australia have completed
a 3-0 series whitewash over Pakistan, winning the third test at the SCG
by 220 runs. Josh Hazlewood impressed
with the ball on the final day, taking three wickets. Attention now turns
to the one-day series, where selectors have included
Test batsman Usman Khawaja, Queensland paceman Billy Stanlake and Big Bash big-hitter
Chris Lynn. We're hoping so. Obviously, he's exciting
to watch, isn't he? Everyone loves what he's brought
to the T20 format. Now the challenge for him is to do it
in the one-day format. The one-day series gets underway
in Brisbane on Friday. The Melbourne Stars have won
the local derby in Melbourne, beating the Renegades by 46 runs
in the Big Bash at Etihad. Kevin Pietersen starred, with the bat smashing 73 runs
off 46 balls. Oh, Pietersen climbs into
his work and that is out of here! Pietersen struck three sixes
and four boundaries. The Stars set the Renegades
200 to chase, but with Adam Zampa pushing
his cause for the Indian tour, they struggled. Zampa had career best figures
of 3 for 19. Aussie Jason Day
has the leaders in his sights at the halfway mark
of the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. He is so good at that, so good. Day is 5 shots off the pace
at 7 under. American Justin Thomas has
a share of the lead at 12-under, despite a wayward 3-wood
on the last.

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From fridges
smarter than most humans, to TVs thinner than paper, the future is here
and it's a gamechanger. This week, thousands of groundbreaking
innovations have been showcased at the annual CES
electronics show in Las Vegas. The technology is mind-blowing, it will change the way you live,
shop and even drink. The best part - you're not going to have to wait
long to get it! Joining us now
live from Las Vegas is tech expert Val Quinn. Good morning! One of the standouts this year is LG's talking, photo-taking,
smart fridge. What else can it do?

Why do you want to take photos from your fridge?That is a good question about the photos. I do know about that one. The idea is that the fridge has a big screen on it. A 29 inch screen. You can use that to manage your household food needs. You can leave messages on the screen. What is really cool, you can tap twice on the screen and then the screen becomes transparent. You can see through it. Inside your fridge. You can see what is inside. I like that. There is a wide-angle camera inside the refrigerator and that will take each of what is inside your fridge and send it to your smart phone. If you're out grocery shopping and you can see what is in your fridge.For kids parties, you can put kids in the fridge and user like a photo booth. We had to take the photo, because it will show you what you look like before you reach him. Maybe make a smarter choice. How much?I think it is probably going to be, they never bring you prices because they have to bring out to Australia first. The property are only six or the $7000 mark. What about TVs? TVs are such a hotly contested area. LG pick came out with a wallpaper TV. Which is a superthin, almost about the thickness of a pencil television. It is so light... It is really cool. You can hang on the wall with magnets. There is basically no gap between it and the wall. It is a beautiful LED screen and you just snap it onto the screen with a magnet bracket. There are cords that run down the bottom that are a really good point. Samsung's new LED TV at this management cable system that connects to this box. That box connects to the TV with this in fibre-optic cable. It looks like fishing wire, it is faith then. It consolidates nine cables into that small cable. The entire screen is the actual speaker. Normally have to have actual speakers running across the box on the sides. When sound vibrates through it, it is a clever, clever idea. Great technology coming from these guys. How nice, make anyone feel like they are included. Speaking of smart, what about this cost. This looks amazing, the Scot.This is a artificial intelligence reported crop. It is sentenced through a bunch of sensors that are in the mattress and some microphones as to how your baby is, how fidgety, how grumpy. Then it will gently rock or jiggle the cot and play white noise. Depending on how it senses the baby's movements make moods. It put the data back to sleep if that wakes up. It is quite safe too, if your baby cries for more than three minutes, it will turn off.Could you get to play "Black noise " Like James Brown.If you are a masochist. You are the man in the know. What were they think of next? That was great.Thank you. Who knows.Did you see the zip up baby wrap.It has been a while since you had a baby. It has been six years. Used to have to swaddle. This looks like one specific for this cot. You can achieve correct to the sides. They are all the rage now. It is so much easier. It is so building. I notice how different this is. There were three years before my second and third child and how different things are just in those three years. Just how much easier things up. This is but thing, there is no more that they can't get out. They can't get out of that sucker. You know how you have that wrapping fights, or good practice from a committed later on.

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(MUSIC). Welcome back, it is great to have your company. It has been said, and I can't remember if it was total of Socrates, but the best kind of ads are those that make us forget that we are watching one.

and that's just what one German
film student has done. The 26-year-old originally
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Is a strict nursing home.

Joining us to discuss
are our Masters of Spin - advertising experts
Dee Madigan and Dan Gregory. Good morning. Now the ad's received
wide acclaim,

Is a beautiful piece of film, it is engaging. I don't think it is a great ad for Adidas. The shoe is not the hero in hard.I looked at it immediately and thought they were wonderful.I am not sure that is the right target market.That is the real problem. Adidas has always been seen as a bit old-fashioned and daggy, and if come through that, and have repositioned themselves. This puts them straight back to old and daggy. This has to be likeable and engaging, and it is, they have to reach the target market, and this wouldn't.I think the advertising student did a great job. He doesn't do this for a living. The problem was actually with the casting. He looked far too long to have been in a nursing home.Is certainly a good ad for better security at nursing homes. If the guy had handed him a peritonitis at the end and had gotten out wearing those that would have been perfect. -- Nikkei sneakers.So when you have subtle advertising, the product needs to be curate?A house to reach the target audience, and young men never see the result is getting old. So it didn't reach the target audience.Gaze made to reach -- to wear retro style Adidas shoes. Sorry, liberty wants to whether shoes there are guards are wearing. They are Italian leather! Isn't that something a tad stay? They are Italian mother. These are classic. Poort Germany, it painted a very serried the picture of internment homes. YELLOW:Banks are going.

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Leading the news this morning, a man has been hit and killed
by a woman he knew.

And was struck by a vehicle and the man who fled the scene has been struck -- captured by police.

A six-year-old girl is among
three people who suffered burns after accelerant was poured
into a fire pit in Melbourne. All three have been released
from hospital.

Woman has been charged over a terrifying axe attack upon two people at a substation in Sydney. One woman was struck on the back of the neck and said had dreadlocks may have saved her life.

A man has died after accidently
impaling himself on a fence near Goodwood train station
in Adelaide. A group of women found his body.

A hot spell is scorching parts of New South Wales and Victoria today, with residents urged to remain vigilant during extreme heat. A 77- year-old man was treated for extreme heat exposure.

Police in the US say the gun
used in the Florida airport shooting was taken from the suspect when
he had a mental health assessment but was given back last month. Five people were killed when he
opened fire inside the terminal. Five victims
remain in a critical condition.

In sport, France has one its second Hopman cup.

after beating the United States
in the final. At the Brisbane International, Grigor Dimitrov has upset
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That would have hurt.It looks like somebody else is a hurting him promote angle.He learnt that from his method acting.

Coming up,
throw a shrimp on the barbie! Of course we're talking about
Paul Hogan. We speak to the stars bringing his life story
back to the small screen. And why are so many people taking
relationship advice from an 11-year- old? Just wait until you hear
what he's got to say.

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Now to a story about
a remarkable little boy. Ciro is an eleven-year-old
living in Brooklyn, New York. Like many other children, he's been on the receiving end
of bullying - but has turned it into a positive
. He figured there were a lot of
people like him that could use some advice or
encouragement, so he started to dish it out
at the local subway station, for $2 for five minutes. (MUSIC: SOLO PIANO) I'm Ciro Ortiz.I am 11. I help people with their
problems because a lot of people, they feel sad or they feel angry
for particular reasons - maybe a relationship, or maybe they're not getting
along with their family, or maybe just growing up,
and they're feeling nostalgic. He's had a very powerful
moral scope since he was little, and he had a passionate
perspective about anything, especially when it had
to do with, like, relationships, or how people behave - he said, "yeah, I can do that.
I can help people." I'm here on Sunday. I'm here from 12-2:00,
or 2-4:00. Maybe it's not professional. Maybe other people
can offer the same thing. But what matters is,
now other people are doing this. He really listens to you
and he really looks at you. Also, he's not trying to make
an answer that sounds appealing to you. He tries to be very focused
and very honest. I'm glad you're here,
because I really - I've been stressed out
for the past month with the holidays. Why are you stressed? Well, aside from not knowing
what to get for family members, I have an old boyfriend
coming to town to see me, right during the holidays. I just don't know
if I even want to see him. What will make you happier,
going out with someone, or buying presents
for people you love? He was super genuine,
he has these very honest eyes. I mean, he's a kid.
He is so beyond his years. The advice he gave me
was very, like, from his heart. The most rewarding part
is actually making an impact about how people feel
about themselves and other things. Just seeing (inaudible) might
give them hope or something, make them feel better
about themselves or the world in general. Change is going to happen
because that's how life is. Life is always
going to change and you - and people
just have to deal with it.

Wow.For two dollars.I know. Teahouse to increase its rate. (LAUGHTER). He is giving all his money to charity as well.There are good people in America, the exist.

Still to come,
mums making millions - how they brought
their simple idea's to life, and how you can too. Next - he's back. What's Paul Hogan up to
this time? Our exclusive, next.

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Now, polo is something
you associate with the English Royalty
and the upper crust, isn't it? But it's time to think again. The fast-paced, horseback sport
is shaking its elitist tag on the Gold Coast today

It is horses, very authentic. I think we will actually have more people at our Polo than any other Polo event in the world.

with the first 'Magic Millions'
polo event. The event is being used to launch the 'Magic Millions'
racing carnival and yearling sales
that inject millions into the Gold Coast economy. And among the thousands
at the event will be the leading ladies
of the new series, 'Hoges', which you'll be seeing on Seven
very soon.

All hogan was never very uppercrust. No, he wasn't.

And Laura Gordon and Nikki
Osborne join us now from the Gold Coast. Good morning, ladies. Are you looking forward
to the day?

Is going to be about 28. It is gorgeous.Well, they don't give us a conditioning here, so it is the same. Tell us about Paul Hogan. Is it all going well?Yes, this epic miniseries has been going well, it is already to go now. It went really well.To be get to see his characters?A few of them make little appearances, yes. We certainly pay her march to the golden area of Paul.We have some pictures of you playing Linda. That's a really pivotal Pasin in Paul Hogan's life and career, isn't it?When I got on stage, the producer would say that they were up for the lender years.Quickly, you are playing Mr Leamy. -- Miss the Leamy. That would have involved denim hot pants?We are solid bodies, because we both have two wear skimpy outfits and bikinis. I was in crochet. So we eat a lot of sad together.Was fine on set. Tell us about... After today, you get a 21. Do either of you enjoy Polo regularly?This is my first time, so I am excited. This is also the first time MAGIC MILLIONS to be here. It is perfect.Will you be looking after the horses?There, we'll be looking at the divots with champagne in our hands.Have a great time to go. Best of luck, and we look forward to seeing you in the new show on Seven.Don't go anywhere, will be back in

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When Joel, Mel, and the call as they take the red carpet for the Australian invasion of the Golden globes. Next, the cleaning phenomenon. How one woman's secret makes it easy. Plus, when pigs fly. How this relates Deep is helping travellers skyhigh. And could you be the first pascal winner of 2017? Coming up on Sunrise this week. Looks like a good week coming up. But she will be on holidays.I will not be tuning in one single morning. You can watch it all when you come back.

Hard-working mums
with simple ideas are shaking up the business
world, and raking in millions. Clever women are shunning
corporate life and instead building hugely
profitable businesses from their lounge rooms. Weekend Sunrise Reporter,
Jessica Tancred, looks into what it takes. # Who runs the world? Girls!
Who runs the world? Girls! # These mums mean business. The eighth most-viewed
Facebook page in the world. So called "mumpreneurs"
turning motherhood into millions. Like Elise Stawn, who is
Australia's online cake queen. Hey guys, my name is Elise. Three years ago I began to make
cupcake videos and put them on the internet. Since launching her YouTube
channel, 'My Cupcake Addiction' the self-confessed cake nerd
now has more followers than celebrity chef,
Jamie Oliver. Some of her videos have been viewed
more than four million times. And if you've got
any little spots where the chocolate
hasn't quite got on, dip in to your ends little tiny
bits and just neaten them up. And she's in demand
around the world. Alright, we're gonna
dress them up. A little bit of whipped cream,
want to pop a raspberry on top? Businesses run out of homes are one of the fastest-growing
enterprises in Australia. With mums of young children
now three times more likely to be self-employed
than other working women, like Meray Yassa. OK, have some, Charlie. When her third child, Charlie
Rose, got too big to bath, the stay-at-home mum
went looking for a product to ease her back pain. I actually went out
searching for one, so yeah, I did expect it
to be on the market, so when it wasn't,
it was like, "jackpot!" A simple idea
that's now gone global, and has seen profits double
in the past year. Even Kim and Kanye have one
for baby North. We decided just to send her one, and we did receive a letter
saying, you know, "thank you for the Charlie
chair" so, we were like "yay!" So, where exactly in the world
are these being sold? So, we're selling in Taiwan,
Hong Kong, China, Europe, America, Canada, Australia,
New Zealand, UAE. The fact that it's
an Australian product appeals to the growing Chinese
middle-class. China is now her biggest market. Having Australian-owned
on the packaging means that the Chinese love it
already. Once you're able to distribute
to China, that's it, you're set. Another Aussie mum
cashing in on China, is the daughter of former Prime
Minister Kevin Rudd, Jessica. In a way that we haven't really
got here in Australia. Online shopping has just
completely taken off in China. As a first-time mum wanting to
make some extra coin on the side, she started sending baby products
to her friends in China. Then in 2015 launched
"Jessica's Suitcase" - an online business that has
72,000 regular shoppers who buy more than
150 Aussie products, ranging from infant formula
to children's clothing. All women would agree, their success comes down
to persistence, drive and a lot of hard work. For someone like me to be able
to start up a business and to keep running it and run
it on an international scale? If I can do it,
anyone can do it.

Could work. Couple of great products.That Charlie Chan, a bit like an adult version.Just spree you?You could just put it in the bath tub. And if you don't have a bath...You could get wheeled around.Your case history with bathrooms isn't great. Maybe having a harness would be a good idea.Yes, I had a head injury from slipping in the bathroom. A little bit earlier we saw a really good clever donkey. Let's have a look.This is a common garden variety. through all of the hard work. This is so simple, all he has to do. Smart donkey.Will have to redo all of the fences.It doesn't look terribly study!I like the one behind it who just acted like it was normal.That donkey could set up a tollgate.Why? Couldn't he just...He could arrest them. In the toll.We should just fill the rest of the show with a donkey.And said we would like to show you this again. Remember this?Robin! $$CAPITALISE, I change her name. She said that she just freestyle is all of this. Everything about her just work. The glasses, the hat, the jumper.That looks like a holiday sweater.That particular jumper will be sold out after this interview.She said her son was not embarrassed at all, he was very proud.I think we should check on that. We need to fact check that. Denham, we said earlier in the program that he would do some of the stars moves.We were practising earlier.Show us your moves.I was going to, but I called a little 11- year-old who gives advice, and he told me not to do it.Last night. OK, maybe next week.It has been lovely to have you.Have a good time! By! (POP MUSIC PLAYS)

Hello, welcome to the Weekend
Edition of The Morning Show. Ahead for you, we reminisce
on the good old days... Oh!
..with 'Goonies' star Jeff Cohen. Plus, chart toppers Hillsong United
join us for a special performance. But first, he's one quarter of the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
music supergroup. Graham Nash reveals the inspiration
behind his latest album and gives us a sneak peek
of his new sound. # Would you know we're riding
On the Marrakesh Express # Would you know we're riding
On the Marrakesh Express # They're taking me to Marrakesh # All on board that train... # Known as the glue
that held the band together, Graham Nash was the band's chief
songwriter, responsible for some
of their biggest hits. # ..the world... # # Our house is a very,
very, very fine house # With two cats in the yard # Life used to be so hard # Now everything is easy
'cause of you... # And we're very excited
to have Graham Nash here to perform his brand-new single
This Path Tonight for the very first time
on Australian TV.

# Where are we going?

# Where are we going?

# In all my waking days of wonder # All my ways of wrong and right # With all my dreams
of clouds and thunder # I wander down this path tonight # All these dangers of destruction # Fill my breath with life and light # I drink it deep and think about us # On this path tonight

# On this path tonight

# Where will it lead me?

# Crumbling rock and stones on fire

# This path tonight

# You better believe it

# 'Cause I'm stumbling
to my heart's desire # On this path tonight

# I try to question
all the answers # Try to answer all that's asked # I try my best to be myself # But wonder who's behind this mask # I'll take care of all my problems # Comforting my soul's delight # I may not know
just where I'm going # But I'm on this path... # This path tonight
# This path tonight

# Where will it lead me?
# Where will it lead me?

# Crumbling rock and stones on fire
# Crumbling rock and stones on fire

# This path tonight
# This path tonight

# You better believe it
# You better believe it

# 'Cause I'm stumbling
to my heart's desire

# What will I do
with all these feelings? # Will my heart behave tonight? # This time is not like any other # Will I flee or will I fight? # No-one asks just how I'm dealing # With this heart
that's not for hire # It's got me rocking and me reeling # And I feel like I'm on fire

# This path tonight
# This path tonight

# Where will it lead me?
# Where will it lead me?

# Crumbling rock and stones on fire
# Crumbling rock and stones on fire

# This path tonight
# This path tonight

# You better believe it
# You better believe it

# 'Cause I'm stumbling
# 'Cause I'm stumbling # To my heart's desire
# To my heart's desire

# On this path tonight

# Yeah

# Where are we going?

# Where are we going?

# On this path tonight? #

Graham's new album
'This Path Tonight' is out now. And he's gonna join us for a chat
in just a sec. (POP MUSIC PLAYS)