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Arctic blast -

a big freeze chills
the south-east. Flooding rain, icy winds,
and heavy snow. New overnight,
Halal ban - food giants stop paying
for certification over fears about the money going
to Islamic activities. New pictures, royal visit - George and Charlotte
steal the show, as William and Kate arrive
in Poland. Special report -
sleep secrets. Revealed, how to get a restful
night for your family. And 30 years in the making.

You're a cop. I had your job once.

Things were simpler then. The 'Blade Runner' sequel,
on Tuesday, July 18, 2017.

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Here's Eddy.

The family of Justine Damond
are demanding answers after the 40-year old
was shot dead by police in the US.

The police officer has been identified as a junior cop. Ashley Mullaney joins us. Good morning. Distraught friends and relatives are demanding answers as to why she was killed.That's right. More than 24 hours after this tragedy, just been's family are no closer to knowing the attack circumstances that led to her death. The investigation has been taken over by a state authority, an independent authority looking into why this police officer shot and killed this 40-year-old Australian woman at about 1130 local time. It's been reported that police officer is Mohammed Noor, an officer with just two years experience. It is also being reported that he fired his gun from the passenger seat on Saturday night. A tragic set of circumstances for this family but no closer to knowing exactly why. And also why neither of those officers were wearing what it cameras. The community is just as devastated. Let's listen to what one neighbour said today.None of us should have to be here. That is the first thing that needs to be said. This should not have happened. A woman should not call the police for help and end up dead at the hands of the police.Without those body cameras, it is likely that many important questions could go unanswered but one thing we do note that has been confirmed by police is that just been was unarmed. Police have confirmed that this morning. Those two officers have been stood down from frontline duties.Thank you.

Thousands of Brisbane
bus commuters have been forced to make
other travel arrangements this morning with bus drivers
on strike. Sunrise correspondent
Bianca Stone joins me now. Bianca, what services
will be affected?

Numerous services are being affected after bus drivers like these guys walked off the job this morning from rich 29 ride through to route 599. The Brisbane City Council expected to affect up to 35,000 people including 5000 schoolchildren. The bus drivers strike after bargaining negotiations broke down. They are after better pay and conditions, specifically better security on the bus network. They stopped work from 430 this morning ride through until 630. It might only be two hours they are expecting some flow-on effects for the morning commute in Brisbane. The council has put on extra ferry services and City Chat services but we can expect to see extra traffic on the roads. There is fog around this morning so that will have some impact on the morning commute.

A truck carrying diesel fuel
has crashed and rolled, spilling tens of thousands
of litres of fuel all over the Bruce Highway,
south of Bundaberg in Queensland. Police declared an emergency
at around 9:00 last night after it's rear tank ruptured. We've lost approximately
30,000 litres of the fluid out of the truck
and it's located in the ground. Fire authorities worked through
the night to clean up the spill. An elderly man has died
in a destructive house fire on Sydney's upper north shore. Seven News reporter
Jessica Dietrich is in St Ives with the details. Good morning, Jess,
what happened?

We understand it was just before seven last night when firefighters were called to this single-storey home. It was fully engulfed in flames when they arrived. There was a lot of thick smoke. There was panic from neighbours who told firefighters and 81-year-old man was standing outside with but they could not stop him from running inside when he fed the fire alarm go off. It took firefighters are now also to extinguish the blaze. The roof collapsed while doing so. They managed to contain it to the one property and stop it spreading at unfortunately, when they went back inside, they retrieved the body of the elderly man. Police have cordoned off this house overnight and are treating it as a crime scene. There are fire investigators coming in in a couple of hours to determine the cause of the blaze. At this moment, police are not treating it as suspicious. Thanks.

A man has been charged over
the alleged sexual assault of a young girl
on a Sydney Oval. The 37-year-old handed himself
into police yesterday afternoon after police issued
a public appeal. He was arrested by
Child Abuse Squad Detectives. He's been charged with 12 counts
of having sex with a person aged 14 to 16, and engaging in acts
of child prostitution. Police say the teenage girl
was groomed online. He'll face court today. South Australia is bracing
for more wild weather today, with gusty winds and heavy rain
causing havoc across the state. Seven News reporter
Gertie Spurling joins me now from Adelaide.

Which areas are most at risk?Good morning. A severe weather warning remains in place for part of the air potential at York Peninsula am a mid-north and Adelaide metropolitan and Mount lofty ranges with damaging winds of 50 to 60 km forecasts and wind gusts of up to 90 km. We have seen some of those this morning. Overnight, SES crews responded to dozens of calls after these winds toppled trees and an antenna flew onto powerlines in Port Lincoln. It cut off electricity to thousands of customers. We are being told to brace for these conditions again today. It's not just Adelaide experience in this cold snap. It is the hold of Australia's southeast, with Arctic winds and icy rain and snow forecast for parts of Victoria and Tasmania. Good news for snowboarders and skiers. A silver lining there.Thanks.

Two men have been arrested over
the shooting death of a dressmaker. 49-year-old The Phong Vuong was found with numerous
gunshot wounds at his home in Deer Park last month. Investigators believe he was dead
for more than a week before he was found. A 35-year-old man has been
charged with murder and a 45-year-old man is
being questioned by police. A woman found dead at a Melbourne
hotel on a buck's night

, a police treating this woman's death as suspicious?They are. They have someone in custody. About one o'clock this morning emergency services were called to this house on Edgar's Road in Layla. Inside, they found a woman dead. A man in his 40s has been arrested. No charges yet. They are still questioning him and forensics are still here at the scene gathering evidence. At this early stage it is looking like a tragic case of domestic violence.Thank you, Nathan.

A woman found dead at a Melbourne
hotel on a buck's night was reportedly a member of
the Australian Defence Force. Mystery still surrounds
how she died, but police say
it's not suspicious. The ADF have been unable to
confirm the report. Four men questioned
over her death were released without charge.

Rated homicide detective has made explosive claims into the 1990 or double

A stunning twist in a case nearly 20 years old. It's reported that one of the country's most decorated detectives, has signed a statement backing the claims of innocence by notorious Cop killer Jason Robert. Sergeant Gary Silkin, senior Constable Rodney Miller were gunned down on patrol in 1998. Roberts was convicted of their murder alongside notorious gunman Ben Daley.

Rod Hills says there are plenty of problems with this case and they need to revisit. It's reported this morning that the Victorian Attorney General has the referral this case to go to the Court of Appeal.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton
is tipped to head a new national security
super-department, merging ASIO, the Federal Police
and Border Force. Seven News reporter Simon Love
joins me now from Canberra. Simon, it's likely to trigger
a fierce debate in cabinet?

Absolutely and they are due to meet today after the National Security Committee, which has seven members, including Peter Dutton who is tipped to take this super portfolio. The National Security Committee will meet, discussed the proposal to merge the Australian Federal police, border Force as well as ASIO and the Immigration Department together. Seven News understands two key ministers, Julie Bishop, the Foreign Minister, as well as George Brandis, have serious concerns

George Brandis, have serious
concerns about this super agency. You can see the different departments that would be merged together. Critics say it could

departments that would be merged
together. Critics say it could erode confidence in each of those departments and reduce different scrutiny levels towards those different functions as well. Labor is surprised at the timing, saying Malcolm Turnbull has previously been against this sort of super security department. It is modelled on the US Homeland Security idea and will raise a lot of discussion and debate at Cabinet which is set to meet later today.No doubt. Thank you.

Prince George
and Princess Charlotte have spent the day
in the Polish capital on a big adventure
with their parents - the Duke and Duchess
of Cambridge. Seven News Europe bureau chief
Hugh Whitfeld is in Warsaw. Hugh,
what do the royals have planned?

A very busy day that Cambridge is. Prince George did not seem keen to kick off when the plane landed at Warsaw. He took some convincing by his father to get him off the plane, down the stairs and onto the red carpet. Some onlookers and commentators suggested he may have needed to use the facilities in the terminal and that's why he wasn't happy about waiting around on the red carpet while his parents met with dignitaries who were gathered there. Poor little fellow. The Duke and Duchess then came to the presidential palace in central Warsaw where hundreds of people gathered, many waving Polish and British flags. Many had flowers and presents for the royals. It is a jampacked schedule for the next five days. It is a mix of old and new. They visited the Warsaw Rising Museum, attributed to those who died in 1944 uprising, failed uprising against Nazi Germany. Then they went on to meet young entrepreneurs and start up inventors who were inside one of the tallest buildings in the city. Prince William had a chance to put on some fancy goggles. Tonight they have been at a reception in one of the city parks. They are staying at the presidential palace with their two children and are off to the north coast of Poland in the morning.Thank you. A unique situation fright toddler to not be able to go to the bathroom because you have to greet dignitaries. Exactly. How old is he? Four?Hard to hold on.Maybe he just didn't want to get off the plane.Maybe he was bored out of his mind.Thank you.

Now to today's weather,
and James Tobin is in Melbourne.

If you go to Paris you visit the Eiffel Tower, if you go to London you visit Buckingham Palace. If you come to Melbourne you visit the MCG. That is what we are doing today. We are going behind the scenes, a backstage look at the MCG. Plenty of statistics for you. Let's look at the forecast.

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Cloudy in Cairns. Mostly sunny for Townsville. A possible shower for Mackay
and Bundaberg. Chance of a late shower or storm
in Brisbane, 25. Similar conditions on
the Gold Coast. Sunny in Bourke
and Coffs Harbour. Possible afternoon showers
in Tamworth and Orange. Becoming cloudy in Broken Hill. Sunny and 21 Sydney. Frost and a possible shower
in Canberra, 12. Showers in Ballarat
and Warrnambool. A shower or two and 14
in Melbourne. Similar conditions for Geelong. Rain clearing for Launceston. 13 and a shower or two in Hobart. Showers in Mount Gambier. 15 in Adelaide with showers
and strong winds. Partly cloudy for Ceduna. Sunny in Alice Springs
and Katherine. 33 and mostly sunny in Darwin. Late rain for Albany and Bunbury. Sunny in Perth
before a late shower, 24. Sunny in Kalgoorlie. Chance of a shower in Geraldton. Sunny in Karratha and Broome.

It is just magnificent. No one else in he, the MCG to ourselves. Those things on the ground are growing like. This side of the ground, the members like side is in perpetual shade in winter. The sun only reaches sort of halfway. So they put these lights on at night-time to help the grass grow.The boys said, you idiots, when Eddie and I said that. I didn't know that. You didn't know that...A lot of us didn't.Are you going to walk on the hallowed turf later?Is he allowed to?I hope so. There are 366 guides, volunteers that take people around the ground. We have one of them today and I have started the seed of an idea that we go onto the grass. Hopefully.With a 40? At the 50 m arc, and then kick a goal.No pressure.Doesn't it look beautiful?It would take your breath away.Saturday afternoon, the crowd roaring. Demons first the Power.

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, origin Blues the news of those, the players who were is in for the game. But to break Kelly Slater, 11 to champion out of Jade theyalso, for sale. This car comes complete with key scratches and obscenities. And Ed Sheeran's cameo in Game of Thrones.Hands of gold are always covered the woman's hands are warm.

Blade Runner sequel.

Beretts has the sport. The NSW Rugby League
are set to investigate claims Josh Dugan and Blake Ferguson
spent eight hours in a pub before Origin III. The pair have been
in trouble before for drinking while at Canberra. Reports emerged last night
they used a day off, five days before the game,
to go boozing. They got to the
Lennox Point Hotel at lunchtime, and didn't leave there
until 8:00 that night. There is no suggestion that
Dugan and Ferguson misbehaved. Nat Fyfe says he's confident
of helping Fremantle win a maiden AFL flag after
signing his monster new deal. Fyfe will almost certainly
be a Docker for life after signing a new six year deal
worth almost $8 million. He's convinced a premiership
will come in that time. Very keen to be a part of
Fremantle's first premiership. It's a lofty, ambitious goal
but we're pretty confident we've got the right people
in the right places. Fyfe's deal is the biggest
in Fremantle's history.

We will be the biggest for a while too.

Roger Federer has suggested
his longevity in tennis is largely down to the below par
standard of tennis next generation. Federer turned up to his media
conference crook and groggy. But he showed a clear mindset when quizzed about
why he can still mix it with the next generation. Yes, the next one hasn't
been strong enough to push all of us out really
so that has been helpful for us to stick around. Federer admitted that titles
not rankings are now his focus. Eleven-time world champion
Kelly Slater has broken bones in his foot and is out of
the event at Jeffreys Bay. Slater was free surfing
in the morning when he felt a pop
in his right foot. He dragged himself out of the water before being
taken to hospital. Well, that's J-Bay and Tahiti
out for the year. Eight Aussies including
Julian Wilson, Mick Fanning and Owen Wright advanced
to Round 3. Here is an X-ray that Slater
posted on his Instagram account,

That is a nasty break.

and it shows two broken bones. He expects surgery
when he returns home, followed by a 6-week holiday.

That is a bad one. That will take a bit of resetting, I'm not a doctor though.Eight hours in the pub five days before Origin, is that a stackable offence?It is not showing the focus we would like to see.Would you sack your players? We have rules about a seven day break after a beer.A couple of beers.A couple of beers if there is a seven day break Tweed.Eight hours is a solid session.How many did they drink? Does that make a difference? Did they have a chandy?. One of those things, when your team loses you start to investigate these things. Otherwise you would not have heard about it.

Ahead on Sunrise - All the details on the icy blast hitting the country's
southeast.

George and charlotte steal the show as the royals visit Poland.

And frost forecast for
Summer Bay -

Australia's most famous
bachelorette Sam Frost

has made the exciting
announcement that she is moving to Summer Bay. The reality star and former radio
host has officially joined the cast of 'Home and Away'. She was encouraged to audition
for the role after wrapping up filming for the
new Seven series 'Hells Kitchen'. Despite it being
her first acting role, she scored the job. Sam said she's beyond excited
to join the cast, but there's no word yet on
the details of her character, but no doubt she'll stir up
some trouble, it's Summer Bay after all. 'Game of Thrones' fans
were beside themselves as series seven premiered, but none were really expecting
a cameo from the biggest name in music,
Ed Sheeran. Ed has a very small part
in the first episode alongside his real-life super fan
Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark. Take a look. But don't worry,
there's no spoilers. # She was his shame
and his bliss # And a chain and
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are always cold # A woman's hands are warm. # For hands of gold
are always cold # A woman's hands are warm. # It is a pretty song.
I've never heard it before. It's a new one.

What did you say, Kochie?Will she chop off his head now?Even if she did, we would not show that at 6 AM in the morning.

35 years after 'Blade Runner'
hit the big screen, comes the sequel. 'Blade Runner 2049' is the highly
anticipated follow-up to Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic widely considered one
of the greatest films in Hollywood history. The new movie brings back
Harrison Ford alongside Ryan Gosling. And this morning
a brand-new trailer.

Scramble the records. We were being hunted!By who?They know you are here.You do not know what pain is yet. You will learn.Bring him to me.This breaks the world.A stellar cast. We will bring you more snippet a bit later in the show.Looks amazing.

Our top stories on Sunrise - Developing now,
shooting death fury - growing anger after an American
policeman kills an Aussie mum. This morning - the officer named, as family and friends speak out
on Sunrise to demand justice. Happening today,
Arctic blast - Happening now,
commuter chaos - bus drivers strike just
before Brisbane's morning peak. Happening today,
Arctic blast - a big freeze chills
the south-east. Flooding rain, icy winds,
and heavy snow. New overnight,
Halal ban - food giants stop paying
for certification over fears about the money going
to Islamic activities. New pictures, royal visit - George and Charlotte
steal the show, as William and Kate arrive
in Poland. Special report -
sleep secrets. Revealed, how to get a restful
night for your family. And 30 years in the making. You're a cop. I had your job once. Things were simpler then. The 'Blade Runner' sequel,
on Tuesday, July 18, 2017. (DURAN DURAN SINGS)
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to the news with Eddy. The US police officer
who shot dead an Australian woman
in Minneapolis has been identified
as a junior cop. Seven News US correspondent
Ashlee Mullany joins us live from the victim's family home. Ashlee, what more do we know
about the shooter?

Good morning. Yes, we know this man was a junior police officer who officers responding to this 911 call on Saturday night,

and we won't stand for it.We urge you to hear from Justin's fiance in just a few moment and will bring you words from him soon. -- Justine's

Hundreds of Brisbane City Council
bus drivers have walked off the job this morning, leaving
thousands of commuters stranded. Sunrise correspondent
Bianca Stone joins me now.

Bianca, how long will services be
disrupted for? Good morning. The strike is expected for another half hour. That will have a flow-on effect for the rest of the day. It is expected to impact around 35,000 commuters, including schoolchildren. The bus drivers want better pay and conditions, specifically security. It comes in the wake of the death of a bus driver last year. This is not the end of the strike action, they will strike again at the same time tomorrow.

A man has died in a house fire
in Sydney's upper north shore. Firefighters arrived at St Ives
around 6:45 last night to find the home fully alight. The blaze
was quickly extinguished but the 81-year-old resident
was found dead inside. It's alleged the gentleman
was outside his home with his neighbours, and when he heard
his smoke alarm he re-entered the building, and unfortunately,
doing so cost him his life. The cause of the blaze
is unknown. A man has been charged
over the alleged sexual assault of a young girl on a Sydney oval. The 37-year-old handed himself
into police yesterday afternoon after police issued
a public appeal. He was arrested by
Child Abuse Squad detectives. He's been charged with 12 counts of having sex
with a person aged 14 to 16, and engaging in acts of
child prostitution. Police say the teenage girl
was groomed online. He'll face court today. A man has been arrested
after a woman was found dead in a home in Melbourne. Emergency services arrived
at the home at Lalor around 1:00 this morning and
found the woman dead inside. The discovery
has shocked neighbours. My kids are here, my wife... I'm just freaked out now
I have to go to work now and I've just lost it. Police are questioning a man
in his 40s, known to the woman. The south-east is bracing for
some freezing weather today, with Adelaide in the direct path
of the icy blast. Seven News reporter
Gertie Spurling joins me now How cold is it expected to get?

Well, a top of 15 is expected for Adelaide today. Right now it is eight chili 11 degrees. A severe weather warning remains in place for the rest of the state, including the late Metro. Damaging winds of up to 60 km/h and 90 km/h are expected today. The SES was called to a number of homes after trees came toppling down, there was minor flooding to and a landslide south of Adelaide. We are being warned to brace for similar events today stop so far this morning it has not been too bad, but no doubt when people wake up to go to work they will walk outside and find some damage. It is not just Adelaide copying this cold weather system. Interstate in Tasmania, the Tory and even parts of New South Wales, they are experiencing Arctic winds and icy rain and up to 40 cm of snow is expected to fall today and tomorrow over our alpine regions.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton
is tipped to head a new national security
super-department, which will merge ASIO, the
Federal Police and Border Force. The new portfolio, which will be debated
by Cabinet today, would be based on Britain's
Home Office. Under the new model, Mr Dutton would run
an umbrella-style department to ensure domestic spy
and law enforcement agencies better cooperate and
coordinate intelligence gathering and operations. Prince George
and Princess Charlotte have spent the day in
the Polish capital on a big adventure
with their parents, the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge. Prince George seemed
a little overwhelmed by the royal welcome, needing a little encouragement
from his Dad to step off the plane. Today the royals met with
the Polish President and his wife as well as visiting
the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The royals are believed to be
on a goodwill mission ahead of Britain's exit from
the EU. Here's Kochie with finance.

American markets are pretty flat at the moment, just in the last second or two it has dropped into the red. To our region, we thought we would have a day but the Telstra share price drive to the market down. They dropped 1.5% share price, which the Lord is down eight and the ASX downturn. -- Down 10.

On the commodities market, Gold is trading at
US $1,232 an ounce. Oil is US $46 dollars a barrel. The Aussie dollar is buying
just over US 76 cents.

The Aussie dollar is buying
just over US 76 cents. The Chinese economy grew at
a 6.9% annual pace in the June quarter,
above forecasts. Craig James is at CommSec.

Why is this Chinese data
important here in Australia?

Given it is our biggest trading partner, it has an impact on the growth story. Even our exports that we get on a monthly basis, the surplus is driven by the Chinese economy. If we look at exports to China, we had a record $95 million, it is clearly important and encouraging to see the Chinese economy is starting to pick up steam and more importantly, its domestic internal consumption that is driving it. ECB leadership in China is focused on the consumption angle. Retail sales are growing at the fastest pace in 18 months in China. Industrial production is going at the fastest pace in 13 months. News for the Australian economy. -- Good news.

Here's Mark. The Blues Origin culture is being
brought into question, with reports Josh Dugan
and Blake Ferguson spent 8 hours in a pub just days
before game three last week. The pair who have a history
of boozing together during their time at Canberra, are believed to have spent a day
off at the Lennox Point hotel. Dustin Martin's Brownlow Medal
hopes are hanging by a thread after being slapped with fines
from round 17. The Tigers midfielder
was cited for two incidents against the Lions. A third will deem him ineligible
for the Brownlow. Roger Federer has suggested
his longevity in tennis is largely down to
the below par standard of tennis'
next generation. The eight-time Wimbledon champion
said his success has a lot to do with
the new breed not being strong enough.

The Kookaburras have strolled to
victory in the final pool game at the World Hockey League
semi-finals. The Aussie men's team smashed
Japasn 7-2 to maintain a perfect four wins
from four starts as they head into
the quarter-finals. The Melbourne Cup tour
is underway, giving people all over
the country the chance to get up close to
the famous $200,000 trophy.

Mark, there is a scratch. I think that... Was that when you moved it over there?The only time of year it is not weird to just wear one glove.

This morning, it's right here
at Brekky Central. Why not drop by Martin Place
in Sydney and have your picture taken
with the Cup? The VRC team are even here with 25 Melbourne Cup passes
to give away. You also have a chance to see
Prince of Penzance, the horse that carried
Michelle Payne

to Melbourne Cup victory in 2015. The horse will be a bit later. A great time of year when you see it and can touch it.Spring is in the air. Football finals coming to.The downhill slide to spring.Speaking of football finals, JT is at the MCG.Downstairs at the MCG is the National sports Museum, which is where we are now. Course, the MCG is famous as the home of cricket and football but not just AFL. There was the 56 Olympics, the Commonwealth games, guns and Roses have played here. Soccer internationals...Gunners!I have been in bashing for the last hour. Let's look at the forecast.

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A complex low is bringing cool
blustery showers, rain and thunderstorms
over southern New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia
and Tasmania, with rain gradually turning
to snow over alpine areas. Winds are increasing over
the southwest ahead of a front. Skies are clear elsewhere
under an area of high pressure. Chance of a late shower
or storm in Brisbane, 25. Sydney, sunny and 21. Frost and a possible shower
in Canberra, 12. Melbourne, a shower or two
and 14. Hobart, 13 and a shower or two. 15 in Adelaide with showers
and strong winds. Sunny in Perth before
a late shower, 24. And Darwin 33 and mostly sunny.

This is Alan Potter. Good morning. Good morning.You have the greatest workplace ever.You are 100% right. He has been a volunteer guide for 27 years. I love listening to you tell me about when little kids come in. They have markers up, this is the highest high jump level ever, this is the longest long jump distance ever. The kids reaction is fantastic.Incredible, they have wide eyes and even try to do the long jump in the corridor for at least 100 yards...People take a run up and see how far they could jump. Have you had a go?Only once. I did not get far enough to qualify. So much great stuff here. I will show you Donald Bradman's bag.A fabulous museum.We have more.27 years of doing that, that is amazing.

Still to come on Sunrise - the young royals on tour. William and Kate are in Poland, but all eyes are
on George and charlotte.

Not another museum, dad.

Special report - the simple tips to get your kids
sleeping through the night. And a brand new look at the highly-anticipated
'Blade Runner' sequel.

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Why should bad news
always upstage the good? We make a promise to you,
a pledge, we want to push the positive. Are you okay? There is so many wonderful
things happening every day. We promise to cover
the good news. Start the day with a smile,
with the good news on Sunrise. Prince William and Kate have
arrived in Poland, on an official tour with
their children, George and Charlotte.

Charlie.It is not Charlie, it is Charlotte.

Seven News Europe bureau chief
Hugh Whitfeld joins us from Warsaw. Hugh, how were
the royals welcomed?

Good morning. They literally rolled out the red carpet for them at the airport. George is still a little boy, he took convince him to get off the plane. Rinse William was seen at the door trying to talk him down the stairs. -- Prince William. There was chatter he wanted to get inside to use the bathroom facilities. He is just days away from turning four years old. His younger sister in a bright red patterned dress, his mother wearing a white Alexander McQueen jacket worth more than $3000. When they arrived into town, the Duke and Duchess were greeted by hundreds of people outside the residential palace here, waving British and Polish flags. They went to the uprising museum, a memorial to the failed uprising in Nazi Germany. Tonight, they have been a day garden party in the Queen's honour where Prince William spoke.

Catherine and I are delighted
to be embarking on our first visit to Poland, and we hope to return many times
in the years to come.

A toast to the Queen as well at that garden party before the rails went to Gdansk on the coast tomorrow. -- The Royals.

Ahead on Sunrise - growing anger at
the shooting death of an Australian woman
in the US. She was killed by a policeman, and her friends and family are
speaking out this morning. Plus, the Sydney residents
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...Fatal shooting. My mum is dead because a police officer
for reasons I don't know. An Australian woman shot
and killed outside her Minneapolis home
by a police officer, just days before her wedding.

That is NBC in the United States reporting on the police shooting of Justine Damond.

Let's go live now to
Seven News US correspondent Ashlee Mullany,
who is outside Justine's home. Ashlee, there are growing
community demands for answers as to why Justine is dead?

Absolutely. Justine Damond's family and the community are desperate for answers now as to why this 40-year- old Australian woman was shot dead in her driveway. She was wearing dramas, it was 11 dramas, it was 11:30 PM Saturday when she called 911 for help, concerned about a disturbance in an alleyway behind her. What we do know is that just in was an armed -- jousting was unarmed. The community is demanding answers.We demand justice, we demand her name you said over and over, Justine. She was a person that brought healing to the community. This is unacceptable and we will not stand for it.We are learning more about those officers who responded to the 911 call. The officer who fired that they tell round, a man named the Harvard

He had just two years experience. He was sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle when he fired through the window, passed his passenger and striking Justine Damond.Are they setting up for a press conference behind you two will that be shortly?Yes, you might be able to see some microphones he -- and crowd gathering. Her fiance is expected to come out and make a statement in a short time to the waiting media here. You can see his friends and family standing here. They came out standing hand in hand. Quite emotional scenes here. We expect to see him soon.We will cross to life when that happens.Such a sad story. Thank you Ashley.

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It's news time now with Eddy. The US policeman who allegedly
shot dead an Australian woman in Minneapolis has been identified
as a junior officer. Mohammed Noor is reported
to have shot Justine Damond multiple times outside her home.

Authorities have revealed police officers did not have body cameras turned on when one officer opened fire.

Her distraught family
are demanding answers after the 40-year-old was killed
in a laneway after calling 911 for help.

None ofus should
have to be here, that's the first thing
that needs to be said. This should not have happened, a woman should not
call the police for help and end up dead
at the hands of the police.

We are standing by for the friends and family of Justine Damond. This is a live shot outside of her house, where we are waiting to hear from her fiance.

In breaking news,
several roads around the Capitol Building in
Washinton DC are in lockdown after a suspicious car veered off
the road, hitting a barrier
and a police car. Officers on scene
reportedly used a robot to search the suspicious car before carrying out
a controlled explosion. A policeman was hurt
and taken to hospital but has since been released. Police say there's nothing to
link the incident to terrorism. A man is being questioned
by police after a woman was found dead
in a home in Melbourne. Emergency services found
the woman inside a home at lalor around 1:00
this morning. Police are questioning a man
in his 40s known to the woman. No charges have been laid. Brisbane bus drivers have
now stopped strike action, but it's expected to have
a flow on effect for the rest of the day. It's expected to impact
around 35,000 commuters, Sunrise Correspondent
Bianca Stone joins me now. Bianca, what do driver's want?

They are after better pay and conditions, specifically security after a driver was killed at Moorooka last year. Council has doubled the number of security guards, but that was not enough to stop the strike action today. The tests are just wrapping up and drivers are returning to work, you can see buses leaving the depot. That will have an effect on the morning commute. The 5000 passengers will be impacted by the strike stop there are more problems of the roads to with some fog around. Expect delays for your early morning commute. Tomorrow will be the same, drivers will strike again at the same time tomorrow.

A new super security department
merging the nation's spy network, Border Force and police could be headed by key minister,
Peter Dutton. Seven News reporter Simon Love
joins me now from Canberra. Simon, Labor's expressed
it's concern about such a move?

What are they worried about? They are worried about whether each of these departments merging together could produce scrutiny on each of the roles that they play stop

could produce scrutiny on each of
the roles that they play stop take a look at what is being opposed. The AFP, ASIO, border force as well as the Immigration Department being merged together and you can see at the top, Peter Dutton

merged together and you can see at
the top, Peter Dutton expected to take this new role. It could be called Homeland Security editor, could be Home Office minister. Those are the names in the United States and the United Kingdom. Labor is saying Malcolm Turnbull previously in 2008 in a speech to Parliament had been entered merging these into one super ministry. No doubt, that will be up for discussion this morning. National Security committee will be there. Seven News understands Julie Bishop and George Brandis have expressed concerns, no doubt addressing debate happening.

The body of an elderly man
has been found following a fast-moving
house fire on Sydney's upper north shore. Seven News reporter
Jessica Dietrich is in St Ives. Jess, the man went back inside
the house after the blaze broke out?

Yes, that is what neighbours have told firefighters. There was dreadful scenes out here. Just before 7 PM last night when firefighters and police were called to be single story home, fully engulfed in flames. There was a lot of smoke when they arrived. Residents and neighbours were out on the street, as well as some of the family of this 81-year-old man. He was standing outside with them and heard the fire alarm and ran back inside. They could not convince him not to. What he ran back into get or retrieve we do not know at this stage. Firefighters started trying to extinguish the blaze, the roof collapsed and it took them about one hour to put the blaze entirely out. They contained it to one house, but sadly retrieve the body of this elderly man. Some family rivers had to be treated for shock at the scene by paramedics. Police have been here overnight guarding the house until fire investigators can come in this morning to determine what caused the blaze.

There's been a stunning twist
in the 20-year-old murder case of two police officers
in Victoria, with a homicide detective
now claiming the convicted suspect
is innocent. Sargeant Gary Silk and
Senior Constable Rodney Miller were gunned down while on patrol
in Moorabbin in 1998. Detective Ron Iddles has signed
a statement backing the claims of innocence by notorious murderer
Jason Roberts. Mr Iddles says there are a number of problems
with the case and it now needs to be revisited. British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta
has received a hero's welcome in South Australia's steel city
of Whyalla, bringing positive news for
workers at the city's plant. Seven News reporter Mike Smithson
joins me with the details. Good morning, Mike. Mr Gupta wants to expand
the plant?

Sure is. After months of gloom, it was like a rock star arriving stop singing up a storm of positive news, 2500 jobs here appear to be safe and others will come online after the plant is upgraded. The beauty of this buyer is that he has a local steel empire and this will become part of its ongoing success. He is also visiting other parts of the barium operation across the eastern states over the next few days. He says it is all about growing on a world scale and that the worst is over for the troubled company. He was in is still a tough journey ahead.

Prince George
and Princess Charlotte have spent the day in
the Polish capital on a big adventure with
their parents, the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge.

Prince George needed encouragement from his dad to step off the plane.

Today, the royals met with the Polish President
and his wife as well as visiting
the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The royals are believed to be
on a goodwill mission ahead of Britain's exit
from the EU. Here's Kochie.

The American market is slightly in the red. Tech stocks were up. To our region, we are expecting a positive day, but Telstra shares dropped 1.5% so that dragged the warlords down eight points and the ASX down by 10 points.

On the commodities market, Gold is trading at
US $1,232 an ounce. Oil is US $46 dollars a barrel. The Aussie dollar is buying
just over US 78 cents. 88 Japanese Yen.
And $1.6 New Zealand.

The Aussie dollar has been pushed
to a two year high aganst the American dollar. Savanth is at CommSec, morning. What does this mean
for tourism here at home?

What is pushing it up has to be the strength of the Australian commodities and exports, that is the driver of currency at the moment. No doubt the resilience of the Australian economy, creating strength in China is a big supporter of the currency and where it is. It does have a double impact in terms of tourism numbers. Keep in mind one of the largest growing tourist groups at the moment is the US tour to Australia. They come in at a growth rate of 16% per annum. The low dollar against the US is helping with that, if our currency lifts that will pull back a bit. More Australians travelling overseas as well. It has to be sustained at high levels. We have seen this lift, but the question is whether it remains here or drips though. Keep an eye today, reserve Inc meeting today. -- Reserve Bank.

Here's Mark. Collingwood's season
could hinge on how Scott Pendlebury recovers
from a broken finger. Pendlebury underwent surgery
last night but is refusing to concede
it is the end of his season. The Pies can't afford
another loss if they're to make the finals Just weeks after being dumped
from Queensland's Origin team, Sam Thaiday has been told Brsibane won't be offering him
a new contract. The 32-year-old is under contract
for next season but hasn't ruled out playing
for a rival club. Chris Froome has revealed
he thought his bid to win a fourth Tour de France was over when he lost almost a minute due
to mechanical issues on Stage 15. Froome will hold an
18-second lead when the Tour resumes tonight
after a rest day.

Defending champion Henrik Stenson
has handed back the Claret Jug

ahead of this week's
Open Championship at Royal Birkdale. Stenson is grouped with
Jordan Spieth, while 11 Aussies including
Adam Scott and Jason Day will also tee off.

He will be here later in the year, coming to Australia to defend the Australian Open.Good for golf. Time to go to JT in Melbourne.A big moment, the main players race at the MCG, I am finally owing to step foot on the hallowed turf of the MCG.(CHEERING).Luckily, we have turf manager permission to come aboard?Permission granted. Yay!Time for the forecast.The weather brought to you by the brush night sale, I one lamp or pendant from our inspiring collection and get 40% of your second. Sale on now. -- The bright night sale.

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and Coffs Harbour. Possible afternoon showers
in Tamworth and Orange. Becoming cloudy in Broken Hill. Sunny and 21 Sydney. Frost and a possible shower
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and Warrnambool. A shower or two and 14
in Melbourne. Similar conditions for Geelong. Rain clearing for Launceston. 13 and a shower or two in Hobart. Showers in Mount Gambier. 15 in Adelaide with showers
and strong winds. Partly cloudy for Ceduna. Sunny in Alice Springs
and Katherine. 33 and mostly sunny in Darwin. Late rain for Albany and Bunbury. Sunny in Perth
before a late shower, 24. Sunny in Kalgoorlie. Chance of a shower in Geraldton. Sunny in Karratha and Broome.

Both looking nice and sunny. Tony, you have been turf manager for eight years? In the eight years, what has been the most stressful day you have had?The most stressful period would have been the 48 hours between guns and Roses last Valentine's Day and the T-20 just after that.Was that that the turf was destroyed by fans?Yes, the playing surface of the hole was not too bad, but in and around the stage where the infrastructure was brought in and out that we had to do repairs.So fascinating, I could ask you 1 million questions. How many pictures do you have? It is so interesting! The stacks on this place are incredible. Thank you. I will try to kick a goal later, we will see. I will ask permission. It is not as easy as you think to get permission to do this.We know. We don't want anyone out there.We don't want you digging up any divots, there are games on the weekend.Correct.Hopefully, you would expect security at a place like the MCG to be very good. Can we look at your shoes?It is not appropriate footwear.What sort of shoes are they to be on the MCG.I am using these as an excuse to make it badly.We will leave you there. Breaking news, family and friends of Justine Damond...My family has been devastated by this horrible tragedy. My brother would like to give a brief statement. He will not be taking questions at this time. We thank you in advance for respecting the privacy of our family. Thank you for being here. First of all, I want to thank our family here and in Australia. Our friends from all over the world, our colleagues and our neighbours for the amazing outpouring of love and support that we have received. Our hearts are broken. We are utterly devastated by the lost of Justine Damond. As you know, it was her who called 911 on Saturday evening, reporting what she believed was an act of sexual assault occurring nearby. Sadly family has been provided no additional information from law enforcement regarding what happened after police arrived. We have lost the dearest of people and we are desperate for information. Piecing together her last moments before the homicide would be a small comfort as we grieve this tragedy. The death of Justine is a loss to everyone who knew her. She touched so many people through her loving and generous heart. She was a teacher to so many and living a life of openness, love and kindness. Our lives are forever changed as a result of knowing her stop she was so kind and so funny, she made us all laugh with her great wit and humour. It is difficult to fathom how to go forward without her. We ask that you respect our privacy as we grieve the loss of our dear Justine. We will provide more statements as information comes to light. Thank you.They go stop the husband of Justine Damond, explaining the tragedy, the thoughts of the family for Justine, the Australian woman who was shot by a junior policeman with basically no explanation why.He is heartbroken. She was the one who made the call about a sexual assault to police. An absolute tragedy.

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Good morning, Brisbane. 25 the top for you today Two major breakfast cereal makers
have decided to stop paying third-party companies
for halal certification. Kellogg's and Sanitarium say
their products don't require the certification as they're already fit for
Muslim consumption. It comes amid public campaigns
against halal certification, because of concerns about
where the money was going. It's a hot topic this morning. To discuss it, we're joined by
Prue MacSween in Sydney and Ben Davis from Radio 4BC
in Brisbane. Prue, do you think more companies will follow the lead of
Kellogg's and Sanitarium?

I don't think the companies that are part of the $8.5 billion export market, the meat market for example and other products, will do that. Australian manufacturers and producers needs that export market. Certainly there are huge concerns about where that money is going and the tax that it is imposing on the consumer. Those that are not affected, like sanitarium, a smart to do it.These companies make plans based relax and they said that chocolate and cereal does not need it because they don't require meat.Bigger story if our cereal has meat or alcohol in it. This is basic business sense. I do get the pool certified to look at my fence, because I don't have a pool. Why would you get someone to certify you don't have alcohol or meat in a plant raised product in the first place. If I was a shareholder I would be blowing up that they are paying this.The Joanne Fa'avesi authority people are saying they could have trouble exporting these products though...People are not stupid, these are plant-based products, you just need to look at the ingredients. You don't need certification.Let's come out with it, it is just a tax.Use of our State of Origin players Josh you can and Blake Ferguson are under investigation after an eight hour session at a pub days before Origin three. They had a day off a training camp. Should they be at the pub before the crucial match, five days before?They do have to have a life. I think everyone in New South Wales is looking for a scapegoat because they have lost another series. They only lost it by a bit, if they were off their face, lined, causing trouble that is a different issue. I don't know if that is the case.That is what Mark said. Would we say this if New South Wales one?Certainly not. Scapegoats are being looked for. However, it seems to me that the discipline displayed by the Queensland side seems to have been lacking in our side. Is this a symptom of it or an indication of it? I don't know. I understood it was a longer drinking session than one beer or two. It is a state of mind and they beat us with their attitude and their heart and that is what we have to address.Maybe they were at the pub with lemon squash.

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It's 7:00am. Our top stories on Sunrise - Developing now,
shooting death fury - growing anger after an American
policeman kills an Aussie mum. The death of Justine is
a loss to everyone who knew her. She touched so many people
through her loving and generous heart. She was a teacher to so many
and living a life of openness, love and kindness. Our lives are forever changed
as a result of knowing her. It is difficult to fathom
how to go forward without her in my life. This morning - the officer named, as family and friends speak out
on Sunrise to demand justice. Happening now,
commuter chaos - bus drivers strike just
before Brisbane's morning peak. and now the city's blanketed
in fog. This is a live look. Happening today,
Arctic blast - a big freeze chills
the south-east. Flooding rain, icy winds,
and heavy snow. New overnight,
Halal ban - food giants stop paying
for certification over fears about the money going
to Islamic activities. New pictures,
royal visit - George and Charlotte
steal the show, as William and Kate arrive
in Poland. Special report -
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with Eddy and the news. The US police officer who shot
dead an Australian woman in Minneapolis has been
identified as a junior cop.

As been described as a loving and a generous heart. Ash, such a hard wrecking time? Absolutely. It was clear it took every ounce of strength for Don Damon to address the media today. The emotional press conference here. He described Justine as a kind and loving woman and was not sure how he would be able to move on with his life without her. Let's take a listen. Sadly, her family and I have been provided with almost no additional information. From law enforcement regarding what happened after police arrived. We have lost the used of people and we are desperate for information. Easing together Justine last moment before the homicide would be a small comfort as we grieve this tragedy.Justin Mack fiance and her stepson are desperate to know what circumstances lead to the tragedy on Saturday night. In this quiet suburban street in Minneapolis, Justine had called the police concerned about an altercation in her laneway behind her home and offices arrived, one of those police officers has shot and killed her. What more do we know about where the police investigation goes through from here? The family are not receiving much information? There has not been much information at all coming from police. This is now a state investigation, an independent investigation outside of the police. Looking into these police officers actions. They have been stood aside from duties in the meantime. The opposite who fired the shot has been identified as Mohammed your, a junior officer with only two years experience here. It has been reported he was sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle when they pulled up to this lame and he has fired the gun through the window, passed his other officer, and it was that that struck Justine.

A man has been arrested after a woman was found dead
in a home in Melbourne. Sunrise correspondent
Nathan Templeton joins us live from Lalor. Nathan, do we know the
relationship between the pair?

All that police will say at this stage is that they knew each other. At this early stage, it has the hallmarks of a tragic domestic violence incident. It was about 1:00 this morning paramedics were called to this house. Inside, they found a woman dead. We do not know the nature of her injuries or her age. We do know that a man in his 40s was arrested. Has not been any charges yet, we understand he is still in custody and still be in question. Meanwhile, forensics is still here at the scene gathering evidence.

A man has died in a house fire
in Sydney's upper north shore. Firefighters arrived at St Ives
around 6:45 last night to find the home fully alight. The blaze
was quickly extinguished but the 81-year-old resident
was found dead inside.

People should be reminded that they should never re-enter a home once it is a light.Authorities are investigating what sparked the blaze.

A man has been charged
over the alleged sexual assault of a young girl on a Sydney oval. The 37-year-old handed himself
into police yesterday afternoon after police issued
a public appeal. He was arrested by
Child Abuse Squad detectives. He's been charged with 12 counts of having sex
with a person aged 14 to 16, and engaging in acts of
child prostitution. Police say the teenage girl
was groomed online.

Brisbane bus drivers have held strike action over pay and security this morning. Bianca joins me now. Buses seem to be up and running again now? They are up and running again. They have been rolling out of the depot for the past half an hour or so. There is expected to be a flow-on effect for the morning commute. Joining me now is our TB union Tom Brown, what do drivers want?Chance that was worn here this morning is that drivers want safe work and fair pay. They are not getting this at the moment?No. Since one of our colleagues was murdered last year in October, attacks against drivers have continued. There was a physical assault on weekly basis. Verbal assaults on a daily occurrence. Thank you, Tom. There will be more strikes your investment tomorrow.

And as bus drivers head back
to work in Brisbane, the city is being blanketed
by thick fog, as you can see in this live shot. City Cat ferry services are
delayed up to ten minutes by the fog. There are no reports of problems
at Brisbane airport. The south-east is bracing for
some freezing weather today, with Adelaide in the direct path
of the icy blast. South Australia is feeling
the winter chill this morning as arctic conditions sweep
across the state. Seven News reporter
Gertie Spurling joins me now from Adelaide. Gertie, icy rain and strong winds
are already being felt. How much worst is it
going to get?

We are expecting the winds to peak around midday today. The worst is yet to come, with gale force winds up to 90 km/h an hour. Now a severe weather warning remains in place for most of the state. These damaging winds have already wrecked havoc over the last 25 hours, causing a number of trees to topple over. We had a major power outage in Port Lincoln. The state West Coast, after a TV antenna blew onto power lines. We have had some localised flooding about the metro area. A house that had to be sandbagged as floodwaters. Close to the front door of the property. It is not just a late feeling the chill, it is 's Southeast is expressed its sole cold snap of the season. Article winds and icy rain uplifted over the next couple of days over Victoria. Part of New South Wales and Canberra. Up to 40cm of snow is expected to fall over our Alpine regions, so any good news for people hitting the slopes over the next couple of days.

Cabinet will meet this morning
to discuss creating a new national security
super-department, which would combine ASIO, the
Federal Police and Border Force. The new portfolio,
which is tipped to be headed by Immingrations Minister
Peter Dutton, would be similar to Britain's
Home Office. The super-department would ensure domestic spy
and law enforcement agencies work closely together
on intelligence gathering and security operations. An emotional ceremony has been
held in the Netherlands to honour 298 people killed
in the MH17 crash tragedy. The plane was shot down by
a missile over Ukraine three years ago. Trees were planted
for each victim - their names read out by grieving
family and friends. To my loving parents,
Arjen Rada, 54, Yvonne Ryder, 53. Western Australians
Arjen and Yvonne Ryder were among 38 Australians killed. Prince George and Princess
Charlotte have spent the day in the Polish capital
on a big adventure with their parents, the
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Seven News Europe bureau chief
Hugh Whitfeld is in Warsaw. Hugh, George was a little
hesitant to step off the plane?

Prince William had to work hard to convince his son to step off the plane down the stairs, and onto the red carport at Warsaw airport. He was also looking a bit uncomfortable as is parents were greeted at the dignitaries there on the tarmac. There is speculation among the Cottrell correspondence that he may have been wanting to get inside to use the facilities. He turns four this weekend. He is school coming up in September, so you can forgive him for having his mind on more pressing issues. His parents then came into central Warsaw to the presidential Palace here where they were greeted by hundreds of people. With Polish and British flags, some had present and hours for them as well. A mix of old and new on this visit to Poland before they head to Germany later in the week. They went to the Warsaw uprising Museum which is dedicated to those who tried to fight off Nazi Germany in 1940 for. Then to meet sums down onto a nose and start-up gurus at one of Warsaw's tallest links. They have been at a garden party to mark the Queen's Birthday in Poland. They're staying here tonight and heading to get done on the north coast. George has a lot of his plate. A lot to think about. Doesn't have to be pestered with the tour. He has to move on.

The New South Rugby League
are set to investigate claims Josh Dugan and Blake Ferguson
spent eight hours in a pub before Origin III. Reports emerged last night they
went boozing five days before the game. There is no suggestion that Dugan
and Ferguson misbehaved but it's a damning reflection
of the Blues culture. Nat Fyfe says he's confident
he can help Fremantle win a maiden AFL premiership after
signing his mammoth new contract. Fyfe will almost certainly
be a Docker for life after signing a new 6 year deal
worth almost $8 million. 11-time world champion
Kelly Slater has broken bones in his foot
and is out of Jeffreys Bay. Slater was free surfing when
he felt a pop in his right foot. Eight Aussies, including
Julian Wilson, Mick Fanning and Owen Wright
are into Round 3. Here's the X-ray that Slater
posted on his Instagram account showing the two broken bones. He faces a 30-hour flight home
before surgery, then six-weeks out of action.

They are nasty. What is a free surfing?It is with a lot of us do outside of completion. It feels right in the morning, before you go out to compete.A warmup.Just enjoying it. Serving for fun. As opposed to your other surfing. Which is what you do. You are so full of it.

Now to today's weather,
with James Tobin at the MCG.

A change my shoes and I do not want to be responsible for any divots on the MCG. Let's look at the forecast, isn't it a magnificent arena?

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A complex low is bringing cool
blustery showers, rain and thunderstorms
over southern New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia
and Tasmania, with rain gradually turning
to snow over alpine areas. Winds are increasing over
the southwest ahead of a front. Skies are clear elsewhere
under an area of high pressure. Chance of a late shower
or storm in Brisbane, 25. Sydney, sunny and 21. Frost and a possible shower
in Canberra, 12. Melbourne, a shower or two
and 14. Hobart, 13 and a shower or two. 15 in Adelaide with showers
and strong winds. Sunny in Perth before
a late shower, 24. And Darwin 33 and mostly sunny.

Well, MCG is busy famous leader of home of the Melbourne cricket club. In 16 dozen members with a waiting list of to an 40,000 people. At the moment, it is a 35 waiting list for full membership. 100,000 seats here at the MCG. A spectacular place to be when you have the whole place to yourself.

Grief is turning to anger after the shooting death of
Australian woman, Justine Damond, on a quiet suburban street
in Minneapolis. The officer who shot
and killed Justine had been on the job for less
than two years.

Police do not have that the cameras on. -- did not.

Justine's fiance spoke a short
time ago, saying the family is
still seeking answers about what happened.

First of all I want to thank our family here and in Australia, our friends from all over the world. Our colleagues, and our neighbours. For the amazing outpouring of love and support. Our hearts are broken and we are utterly devastated by the loss of Justin Mack. As you know, it is Justin Mack who called 911 on Saturday evening. She was reporting what she believed was an act of sexual assault occurring nearby. Sadly, her family and I have been provided with almost no additional information from law enforcement regarding what happened after police arrived. We have lost the dearest of people and we are desperate for information. Piecing together her last moments before the homicide would be a small comfort as we grieve this tragedy. The death of her is a loss to everyone who knew her, she touched so many people with her loving and generous heart. She was a teacher to so many, and living a life of openness love, and kindness. Our lives are forever changed as a result of knowing her. She was so kind and so darn funny. She had us all laugh with her great with and her humour. It is difficult to fathom how to go forward without her.A heartbroken fiance there. Joining is now local resident.

Thanks for your time. Justine was well known
and much loved in the Minneapolis community?

Yes. I wish I had had the opportunity to meet her.How hard is this, to see such an incident like this happen right in your community?It is heartbreaking. It could have been anyone of us. I, as a mother, have had to call the police before, what if I had stepped outside my house? It is a sad day in the United States when people are afraid to call the police. Because we're losing too many people, too many of our friends, mothers, fathers, sisters, is daughters. To police violence. We heard Don say open to our family is desperate information. We have had no additional information from the police, is that unusual, that this could be happening, that they are not being talked to by the police after someone has died?Is incredibly unusual. It is unacceptable. Law enforcement should be required to have transparency, I know that local groups have filed all legal necessary papers to get the 911 calls and the dash cam audio, even if the dash cam was not in view, it will be pick up the audio. None of that has been released yet.We're sitting here in Australia thinking that this is a mum, she has called in a possible sexual assault, she is in her pyjamas at 1130 at night and there is an officer in the back of a police car, somehow a gun has gone off and she has been shot dead. We cannot understand it.Neither can we. We are heartbroken. I had the opportunity to spend a day yesterday with members of her family and she was a kind and beautiful soul. To see at the vigil last night how many turned out and said that she had touched their life and made them a other person, and made this neighbourhood and community better. She taught medication -- meditation classes. It is unacceptable. It is unacceptable for her and an acceptable for anyone. That is what is important. Yes it could have been me or anyone, but it is sadly haven't too many people are for. When will it stop happening, when is change finally going to happen here?We heard the body cameras of the police have been turned off. The car camera has been turned off. How confident are you that you will find the answers, would there be cameras in the street, on the houses?Unfortunately, where the incident occurred there was no cameras. You don't people's houses or city cameras. By the time neighbours had gotten out there, it had already occurred. As far as we know, personally, I have not talked to anyone who witnessed anything. As I mentioned, the dash cam was not in view but it should have still been recording audio. That is why we are desperate to have the 911 call released or have the audio released. It is completely absurd that it has not been released yet. We will not stand for this, this is our community.For the sake of you, the community and her family, we hope we can get to the bottom of this. Bethany, thank you.

The strongest cold weather system
this winter is about to hit
Australia's southeast. The wild weather already hit
South Australia yesterday, causing rockslides and flooding. There were power outages, and 650 tourists were left
stranded on Kangaroo Island when ferries were cancelled. The cold front is expected to
bring arctic winds and snow to the Alpine regions. Seven News meteorologist
Tony Auden joins me from the weather centre. Good morning, Tony. What's causing this arctic blast?

Good morning. There is an ever present battle going on in warm air in the tropics and colder and towards the roles. As we push into the colder winter, those polar regions are winning the battle. Digging a broad view of what is happening at the moment, we can see the current temperatures across the southern hemisphere. The tropics, which are in the direct firing of the sun, pushing into the 30s. In Antarctica is dropping to below -20. So as cold fronts sweet around the South Pole, we'll see the pockets of cold air. That is exactly where Australia is sitting. Similarly, the latest hold front is coming from Tasmania and going across eastern Victoria and into New South Wales. Ahead of it, we are seeing warmer normal northerly winds. 26 in Brisbane today, a different story today. A tell-tale side on the satellite today cloud moving up and under some activity triggered

the satellite today cloud moving up
and under some activity triggered a cold pocket of air. Under it, it will be low temperatures and wet and windy tops. Low to mid tends for Adelaide, Melbourne and Hobart. I love that map before. What is going to happen before over the next couple of days? Will that last on those high Russia things on your previous map, will that bring better conditions?Today we will see the front moving towards the east coast and across South Wales. Ahead of it, I mentioned warm conditions. And into southern Queensland. We have this pocket of cold air bringing the strong winds and showers. Ale is possible in some areas and a severe weather warning for the coast. We have a new front likely to bring some showers to Perth. With the cold, we're looking at plenty of snow in the coming days. Around 10 or 20cm in the Alps. Another 10cm double by about Thursday.So we will stay around all week?Yes. We're transiting from the cold stuff into high pressure, towards Friday and Saturday. Sunny days, but it means we will see the frosty nights returning.

we will see the frosty nights
returning.

Do you want to be a millionaire? Tonight, there's $50 million
up for grabs in the Oz Lotto jackpot, the
largest prize pool in two years. We hit the streets to find out what you would do
with that much cash. Maybe a boat, nice car. Give them away to friends
that are struggling. So many holidays. Buys lots of houses and travel. I would support
a lot of charities. For more I'm joined by Matt Hart
from Tatts Lotteries. Matt, what's your best advice
for people hoping to win?

Good morning. For Aussies who love to dream big, tonight jackpot is available. Some of our tips include, you do need an entry for your chance to win. It seems obvious, but if you really do need it. We also recommend you register it to a layers card, that way your pride is secure and I can give you a call this evening after the draw to let you know your Australia is new is multimillionaire. Finally, we have taken a look at the Division I winning entries this year and we have seen quick pics have come out big. Will it work for Australians tonight? We will do not know.All the Division I winning entries this year have been picked pics. The ones randomly jam rated by the terminal. For your favourite numbers are not going to work? Lottery is a game of chance, but we have noticed that so far this year, it is quick pics that have come out on top. It worked about seven weeks ago for a young Cairns mum who took home the $40 million jackpot. Her entry was unregistered, so she was walking around for about two days, oblivious to the fact that she was a multimillionaire.And now she is filthy rich. Thank you.

Still to come this Sunrise - The Cash Cow has $40,000
to give away. Plus - Royal flush - William, Kate and the kids arrive
in Poland for an official visit, but George got impatient while Charlotte just wanted
a cuddle. Special report -
how to get your kids to sleep. The top tips from Australia's
best baby sleep coach. The mummy army. Wait till you see what
they'll do for you. They'll look
after your sick kids, they'll clean your home
and they'll even cook you dinner. The angry Sydney residents
demanding their postcode be changed
to a richer suburb. How it could double the value
of their home. Australia's most cursed car. And the hilarious ad
to try and sell it. It's for sale, but this car comes complete with
key scratches and obscenities. And a brand new look at

And Ed Sheeran's cameo in game of thrones. Hands of gold are always cold but a woman's

It's news time now with Eddy. The US police officer who allegedly shot dead an
Australian woman in Minneapolis has been identified.

The family is demanding answers from police.

Mohammed Noor reportedly
shot Justine Daymond multiple times outside her home. Noor was a junior duty officer
with only two years experience. Her distraught family
is demanding answers as to how an unarmed woman
could be shot. Her fiance
has just released a statement saying they have not been given
any information by police. I have been provided with
no additional information from law enforcement, regarding what happened when
police arrived. We've lost the dearest
of people, and we are desperate
for information. Piecing together Justine's
last moments before the homicide would give us some comfort
as we grieve this tragedy. And Justine Damond's neighbours
are still in shock after her shooting death. Bethany Bradley lives nearby, and
organised a vigil in her honour. She's told Sunrise
locals fear the same thing could happen to them.

It is unacceptable, and it is unacceptable for Justine and anyone. I think that is very important. It could have been me or anyone in this sadly happened to too many people before. When this change finally going to happen?

A man is being questioned
by police after a woman was found dead
in a home in Melbourne. Emergency services
arrived at the home at Lalor around 1:00 this morning
and found the woman dead inside. The discovery
has shocked neighbours. My kids are here, my wife, I'm just freaked out now,
I have to go to work now, and I've just lost it. Police say the victim and
suspect are known to each other. An elderly man has died after going back inside
his burning house on Sydney's upper north shore. Seven News reporter
Jessica Dietrich is in St Ives. Jess, it's prompted a warning
from fire authorities?

What more do we know?This was quite a ferocious blaze, you can see the damage caused to this house this morning, completely gutted. We are told a man by the name of Peter lives here, 81 years old, and just before seven last night firefighters arrived, to find distressed neighbours who told them the 81-year-old had gone back into the home after hearing the fire alarm go off. We are not sure what he was trying to retrieve, but there was real panic when they realise she was trapped inside. The roof collapsed, and it took them more than an hour to do so. Sadly they retrieve the body of an elderly man. We are told by neighbours this morning he was well-regarded, and has lived here for many years. Police have cordoned off the house, they have been here all night treating it as a crime scene, they are waiting for fire investigators to arrive.

A man will front court today, charged over the alleged
sexual assault of a young girl on a Sydney oval. The 37-year-old handed himself
into police yesterday afternoon after police issued
a public appeal. He's been charged with 12 counts of having sex with a person
aged 14 to 16, and engaging in acts
of child prostitution. Police say the teenage girl
was groomed online. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton
could be line for a new job as head a new national security
super-department, overseeing ASIO,
the AFP and Border Force. Seven News reporter Simon Love
joins me now from Canberra. Simon, is cabinet likely
to support the move?

It is certainly on the table when Cabinet meets later today after the National Security committee will meet to discuss this proposal which could see the AFP, a zero and border force merge into one super department, is being tipped that current immigration Minister Peter Dutton good head of the Department and become one of the most powerful ministers in the Turnbull government. There is opposition to the proposal, the Labor Party questioning the timing, saying Malcolm Turnbull has previously been against merging the department into one super portfolio. It is an umbrella base model from the United States, like the Homeland Security Department there, as well is the Home Office in the United Kate -- United Kingdom. Greeks also say if all departments are merged it would decrease scrutiny on the functions each of them perform. National security is at the front of mind for anyone who if this plan gets up, after yesterday's announcement involving the new powers for the army in today's discussion about this proposal, this week has a national security flavour to it.

British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta
has brought some positive news to the South Australian city
of Whyalla, announcing he is planning
to expand the steelworks. Seven News reporter Mike Smithson
joins me with the details. Good morning, Mike. Mr Gupta is planning to spend
more than $1 billion on the plant?

Yes, he is putting his money where his mouth is with a massive upgrade to the steelworks, breathing new life into the city. He has rubbed shoulders with many of the 2500 workers to reassure them their jobs are safe. The billion-dollar expansion in the near future opens up connections to new export markets and has saved this big regional city from threatened extinction. Good news all around and everyone is a liberating.

More wild weather today with gusty winds causing headaches overnight. State emergency service were called to a home in danger of flooding. A large country was brought down onto two homes. Drivers in the south of the city faced a rock side -- rock slide triggered by the downpour. Hundreds of tourists were stranded after ferry cancellations. Hundreds of shows -- homes and shops were without power. City Ferry services are delayed up to 10 minutes in Brisbane due to fog presently.

There are calls to downsize
Schoolies on the Gold Coast from 2019.

It is suggested the economy will fall flat if so.

Joining me now is the Chairman of Gold Coast
Schoolies, Mark Reaburn.

You have planned to scale the event back over the next few years?There has been a bit of misinformation about the 2019, because we traditionally, and have done for many years, the moment the event finishes within a couple of weeks, we debrief and start engaging with stakeholders, and last year we engaged with the Department of education, and I can assure you the majority of kids in 2019 will still be under 18, so our response will be similar to the past, aimed at keeping the kids safe. We are not downsizing substantially, we are planning for it, but we do not expect it will be that much different from what we do now. Nine government departments, a committee based groups, big infrastructure just to keep his kids safe. We know they are coming and we want them to enjoy it.It certainly changes the event if most of them are over 18, how does that change what you organising?The dynamics will be different because the kids are over 18, so they can go to the nightclubs. It just means there is an influx of a lot of kids, but as I said, the majority of them, based on statistics we have from Department of education, the majority will still be under 18. All of the kids don't turn 18 on 1 January, they unravel through the year in terms of their age, we will continue to cater for what we anticipate will be in the range of about 20 or provide thousand kids arriving for one week, and the community response, 1200 volunteers, it is just aimed at keeping them safe. Yes, undoubtedly a lot of kids will go to nightclubs, and it still brings money to the Gold Coast economy, just in a different way.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have touched down, but as usual there children have stolen the show. Prince George needed encouragement get off the plane as a family greeted officials. Cake and will you met the Polish President and wife before touring the Warsaw uprising Museum. Just ahead, the $40,000 cash cow call.

Geelong coach Chris Scott
has accused Kane Cornes of attention-seeking. Cornes claimed
Patrick Dangerfield has a history of overstating injuries, despite him missing
just two games since 2012. Dangerfield has been
bone bruising in his left foot and Scott felt the need
to defend his star player. New Zealand has received a boost ahead of this year's Rugby League
World Cup, with Shaun Johnson now
likely to play. Early fears were that he'd be
ruled out with a knee injury, but it's not as bad
as first thought and he's expected to be
fit to play. Kurtley Beale says
he'll be fit and firing in time to take on New Zealand in the opening Bledisloe Cup
encounter in Sydney on August 19. If selected, it will be
Beale's first appearance for the Wallabies
since the 2015 World Cup. Chris Froome has revealed
he thought his bid to win a fourth Tour de France was over when he lost almost a minute due
to mechanical issues on Stage 15. Froome will hold an
18-second lead when the Tour resumes tonight
after a rest day.

Tough going, those guys!

$40,000 coming up shortly, do not go anywhere!First, weather with JT at the G.We are going behind the scenes, Allen has than a guide here for the visit is, and I ask, what is the best sporting moment you have witnessed?Hawthorn and Geelong grand final !., And of story. You don't have to elaborate any further.I have something unusual for you after the weather forecast.

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in Canberra, 12. Melbourne, a shower or two
and 14. Hobart, 13 and a shower or two. 15 in Adelaide with showers
and strong winds. Sunny in Perth before
a late shower, 24. And Darwin 33 and mostly sunny.

We were just in the long room, we are now in the committee room. We are going into the men's bathroom. I would not normally take you there, but it will become apparent in a moment. This is, pardon me, have a look at this! Out the window, the best view from the ground. If they say standing room only, I am happy to stand here all day.Is that a two-way mirror? Hopefully not? Fortunately, it is one way! I did ask a question.And inside we would never have had without you!Is there a similar one in the ladies? Not many ladies stand up!The ladies is on the other side. Obviously, back in the day, the club was all men, so the women's is in the other side. It doesn't have the same view. From a different era!

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We are calling Queensland.Hello, Kim speaking.Kim!Oh my God!It is Sunrise! How are you? You have won $40,000!Oh my God! Oh my God! Holy shitto?I cannot believe it!What are you doing before we rang? Getting ready for work. My mum has said to me, you had better get your phone it is in case. My heart is shaking!Tellers of it about yourself.I work at the Bundaberg take in admin, I have a 19-year-old son.What will you do with the money?I don't know at the moment, I would like to put it towards a holiday the next year. Oh my God! What will you do today? You won't come down all day, will you?Oh my God, no! You're likely work and my son up. I don't know how he got out of bed!When there is money involved, even a 19-year-old will get up! He has his hand out! Congratulations.Oh my God, thank you so much.

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George and Charlotte steal the show is the royals arrive in Poland. Plus, the man trying to sell the most first car.Secrets from a baby sleep coach, how to help your little one get a good night rest.

35 years after 'Blade Runner'
hit the big screen comes the sequel. 'Blade Runner 2049' is
the highly-anticipated follow-up to Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic, widely considered one of
the greatest films in Hollywood history. The new movie brings back
Harrison Ford alongside Ryan Gosling. And this morning,
a brand new trailer.

Really good

Every leap of civil as Asian was built off the back of slaves. They are the future, but I can only make so many. I have the lock and he has the key.

Three decades after
the events of the first film, a new 'Blade Runner' unearths
a long-buried secret that threatens to destroy
what's left of society.

I think they found him.That is not possible. If this get out, we have bought ourselves in the war.

His quest leads him to former replicant hunter
Rick Deckard, Harrison Ford.

Or cop, I had your job once.Things were simpler then. I want to ask you some questions. What happened? I covered my tracks, scrambled the record. We were being hunted.By whom?They know you are here.

'Blade Runner 2049' co-stars
Robin Wright and Jared Leto. The film opens in cinemas
on the 5th of October.

The future of the species is finally unearthed.

Also making entertainment news - The upcoming Emoji Movie' has set
a brand new Guinness World Record to celebrate World Emoji Day. Fans around the globe formed
the largest gathering of people dressed as emoji faces
simultaneously across multiple venues.

531 people is a brand-new Guinness world record. Congratulations, everyone!

The record saw emoji faces
turn up in Ireland, Hong Kong, the UK, Brazil, Russia
and other countries. 'The Emoji Movie' features
the voices of James Corden, Sofia Vergara, Patrick Stewart
and TJ Miller. It opens in cinemas in September. What is this place?

The greatest place at!I am never eating another piece of candy again!Don't do it! It has already been in there once.

To the box office now - And the new 'Planet of the Apes'
movie has knocked 'Spider-Man' off the top spot in the US. No mercy.
This is war. 'War for the Planet of the Ape'"
raked in more than $70 million in its opening weekend. It's the third
and final instalment in the blockbuster trilogy. The movie opens in Australia
next week. To music news - And Ed Sheeran is enjoying
his 16th week at number one on the ARIA Albums chart. 'Divide' has now spent
as long at the top as albums from the Beatles,
Simon & Garfunkel, ABBA and Skyhooks. Last night, Ed made
a surprise cameo in 'Game of Thrones'
season premiere, playing a singing soldier
from King's Landing. It's a pretty song.
It's a new one. And Alice Cooper is upsizing
his Australian tour. # You're poison,
you're poison... The shock-rocker has moved
his Melbourne concert from Margaret Court Arena
to Rod Laver Arena. And his Brisbane show will shift from the Convention Centre to
the Entertainment Centre. His Adelaide concert is
now sold out. The 'Spend the Night
with Alice Cooper' tour kicks off in October with special guest Ace Frehley
from Kiss. All the details are on
the Sunrise website. # School's out for summer # School's out forever... #

Few viewers on our Facebook page complaining that we gave away the edge even secret, but we did technically talk about that months ago. I would never give away spoilers! We are not getting slammed, just a few people.

Prince Philip and Kate have started their visit to Poland overnight, but George and Charlotte stole the show. George looked a little bored at the airport, typical four-year- old, as his parents were officially doing all the greetings? He didn't seem to want to get off the plane. Maybe he had too much fun or too much colder, but his dad had to give him a slight push. His sister was a slightly more relaxed mood, swept up in her mother's arms, seemed to be happy with the meet and greets, but the pictures were fantastic. We don't see them that much and they looked in great form. The poor little fellow is only for comedy think they will ever let him come down the stairs in his favourite Spiderman outfit on these two is, like a normal four-year- old?

It will make a better picture! I think that he actually does body well. The reality is he is in training for a long-term role, but I think he has character on him and you can see that if he wants to do something he knows he have a mind. He has a bit of Harry a about him! William and Kate then had their busy round of engagement and dumped the kids?

The kids went straight back with a nanny. They will not be seen much in public, just the arrivals and departures when they go off to Germany, but that is expected. Is a young family, they want to stay together at night, William and Kate have around of engagement, they have gone to the museums, they have a big reception for the Queen's Birthday where William spoke about the close ties between Poland and the UK. This is what it is all about, soft power, building bridges after Brexit to get bilateral relations back togetheragain. I can believe I am saying this, but Kate stress was from a Polish designer, which has tongues wagging, apparently. Another new portrait of Camila has been released overnight to mark her 70th birthday, and Camilla has spoken out about the stories, she has told how she carries out her official duties.I think that I went to visit another charity called Save Lives. I listened to some very brave ladies tell their stories. I think everybody there was moved to tears, and I thought as I came out, I wish there was something I could do to help.She was once described as the laziest Royal, now she has picked a game up and is doing a lot of charity work?She is. There is no doubt about that. I travelled with her on a recent trip with the Prince of Wales and she is doing more charity work, but there is still a lot of problems with her image in terms of the way she is perceived by the British public. It doesn't help that they are doing this big spin, a book and interviews, all around the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana, which is approaching, and that is the problem for Camilla, she will always be compared to Diana. A documentary is coming out on the weekend in which William and Harry talk about their mother, and that respect I think the Miller will play second fiddle.One frustrated car owner has posted on eBay ad selling the most cursed car.

The ad starts with a warning
not to buy the car, given its horrible history. Coming with the unusual extra
of a persistent stalker, comprehensive insurance
is being recommended. According to the ad,
the VZ Commodore is a great car, but keeps getting trashed, so it's hoped a new owner could
mean a new lease on life. Photos show the extent
of the damage. Some if it,
a little racy for breakfast TV. The seller of the cursed car, Mark Kelava joins us
from Ballarat. Mark, it's not
your typical car ad!

A has it been cursed?I live across the road from Crossroads, where they have the guitar duel, so I figure it might be the devil. Not sure.So is the car, not you they have it in for?It is location, that is all it is.As the ad attracted a lot of interest, are you getting the bids you hoped for? I had a look at it, and last time I looked at it there were over 16,000 page views, you have to be doing something good to get that sort of viewing.I can see you have painted over some of the scratches, so that's good!This is my tome you'll, someone is trying to put my tome you'll down, there were only a few things you can do when they put the tome you'll down, put about pasture or put a couple of bulletin at, which is frowned upon in town, or maybe try to find a better home. She needs a better home.It is a colourful car and you are a colourful character! Nice to meet you.

Now to the woman they're
calling a miracle worker - Sydney mother-of-two
Cheryl Fingleson is known as 'the sleep coach',
and you're about to find out why. You see, she helps babies and
children get a good night's rest, giving their parents
a much-needed break. Sunrise reporter Shaun White
has Cheryl's four key tips to getting some shut-eye. Catching Zs. It's so crucial to how we get
on with the day, our moods, our diet. And for families, if the kids aren't
in a good pattern, well, the domino effect hits, and everyone's struggling
to get out of bed. # A-weema-weh, a-weema-weh,
a-weema-weh, a-weema-weh... # Ever been stuck next to this guy
on a train or plane before? # In the jungle,
the mighty jungle # The lion sleeps tonight... # Or what about this girl? Ouch! When it comes to sleeping, some people are able to catch
a kip where they can. But when it comes to getting restless children
to punch out some Zs, it's the parents
who ultimately suffer. By the time people phone me, they really are
at their wits' end which is so unfortunate. Enter Chery Fingleson,
known as the 'Sleep Coach'. She's been helping parents get
their kids to sleep for nearly 20 years. If you're battling,
there's no shame in it. Put your hand up
and ask for help because the sooner
we get to help you, the sooner your baby
and you and your partner get to sleep. (BABY CRYING) Before you came, Scarlett was waking up
every 20 minutes sometimes. Six or eight times a night. Mum of baby Scarlett,
Alana Vincent, knows just how tough
sleepless nights can be. She says broken sleep takes
its toll on everyone's life. My husband and I hadn't
had a proper conversation since she was born. And when we called you, we
were literally at our wits' end. I told you,
we had a little car accident. We were so stressed. But since seeing Cheryl, baby Scarlett's sleeping patterns
have improved out of sight. So, how does she do it? Cheryl says there's
some simple tricks any parent can use. Tip number one. The first one is
the sleep window. So, when the baby may
show you signs, which is rubbing eyes,
throwing toys. It's commonly know as
the witching hour. And there are few parents
out there who wouldn't recognise the signs. (BABY CRYING) Tip two -
it's all about routine. Feed them, bath the children, give them their milk
and then read them a story. Cheryl says it's all about
training the child, and working with
their biological clocks. Next, consistency is key. Cheryl says keeping that routine
is so important. And finally... We want them drowsy but awake, so they're fully aware that
they have gone into the cot. These are the simple tips that
transformed Alana's life. And while baby Scarlett
isn't quite like this yet, with the help of Cheryl, hopefully Scarlett
and her family will soon make it
through the night.

The answer is!

The devastated fiance of
an Australian woman shot dead in Minneapolis has described her
as a loving women with a generous heart. Seven News US correspondent
Ashlee Mullany joins us live from the victim's family home. Ashlee, the family says they have
received little information?

There was growing frustration from her family and the community in Minneapolis about the lack of information from police. We know there is a state investigation underway at the moment looking into the actions of the officer and what led him to fire his gun, killing Justine, but the communities as they are not getting enough information. Her fiance:

Sadly, her family and I have been provided with
no additional information from law enforcement, regarding what happened when
police arrived. We've lost the dearest
of people, and we are desperate
for information. Piecing together Justine's
last moments before the homicide would give us some comfort
as we grieve this tragedy.

It is unacceptable for Justine and unacceptable for anyone. That is what it is very important. It could be anyone and this is sadly happened to too many people before. When will it stop happening? When will change happen?That is Bethany Bradley on sunrise a short time ago. She helped organise a vigil here in this quiet neighbourhood where the shooting took place on Saturday night, one of many neighbours concerned that something like this could have happened to them, concerned that confirmed today she was not armed, no weapon found at the scene, that she was not armed when she approached the police. The officer has that identified as a junior officer with just two years experience.

An elderly man has died after
he re-entered a burning house in Sydney's upper north shore. Firefighters arrived at St Ives
around 6:45 last night to find the home fully alight. The blaze was quickly
extinguished, but the 81-year-old resident
was found dead inside.

Other residents are spoken of their shock at losing their loved neighbour.Peter was a lovely man, concerned about his community, knew everyone around him. A lovely man.

The cause of the blaze
is unknown. A woman has been found dead
in a home in Melbourne. Sunrise correspondent
Nathan Templeton joins us live from Lalor.

Charges be laid?No charges have been laid yet, but as you say they have a man in custody and they are questioning him. One o'clock this morning paramedics were called to this house and inside they found a woman dead, the man, in his 40s, was arrested and is still in custody. We have no details on the age of the woman or the cause of death. I have spoken to the next- door neighbour who said he didn't hear anything last night and was in shock when I informed on what happened.The kids here, my wife, I am just freaked out now. Am going to work and I have lost it. Detectives are still here at the scene gathering evidence. At this early stage it would appear to be a tragic case of domestic violence.

A woman found dead at a Melbourne
hotel on a bucks night was reportedly a member of
the Australian Defence Force. Mystery still surrounds
how she died, but police say
it's not suspicious. The ADF have been unable
to confirm the report. Four men questioned
over her death were released without charge. A decorated homicide detective
has made explosive claims into the 1998 double murders of
two Victoria Police officers. Sunrise reporter David Woiwood
is in Melbourne with the details. Good morning David, he says
the man convicted of the crimes is actually innocent?

This is a major twist in this case, nearly 20 years old. It has been reported this morning that former decorated detective has thrown his support behind convicted double police killer and his bid for freedom. He was convicted in 2002 for his role in the death of two patrolling police officers, he was jailed alongside notorious gunman and murderer at the time. After a lengthy review of the case, former detective Ron Eccles says there was a number of problems and that on the balance of probability it was unlikely that Roberts was inside the car with Ben on the night the two police officers were murdered. He also says he has a statement from Roberts former girlfriend stating he was with her on the night he was murdered. It appears to be unlikely they will go back to the case at this stage, it is falling on deaf ears. The attorney general has said this morning this case has had its day in court.

The south-east is bracing for
some freezing weather today, with Adelaide in the direct path
of the icy blast. Seven News reporter
Gertie Spurling joins me now from Adelaide.

What are conditions like? Conditions have eased, wind has dropped off we are being warned they will be back around midday. Gusts of 90, is an hour are forecast and the severe weather warning remains in place to part of the State including the Metro region and Mount lofty ranges. Over the past on for hours we have seen localised flooding and a couple of homes have had to be sandbagged. A number of trees have come toppling down, power outages in the West and also a landslide just south of Adelaide. Not just Adelaide feeling the chill, parts of the south-east of Australia are enduring the coldest snap this season with Arctic winds and icy rain lashing parts of Tasmania, Victoria and even New South Wales. Up to 40 cm of snow is expected to fall over the Alpine region. A good day to be on the slopes.

Meantime, Brisbane is being
blanketed by thick fog. City Cat ferry services
are delayed up to ten minutes by the fog.

Flight delays at Brisbane airport this morning. Looking live at the skyline, not much of it on show. We will bring you an update later.

Brisbane bus drivers have held
two hours of strike action this morning,
affecting 35,000 commuters. Sunrise correspondent
Bianca Stone joins me now. Bianca, they'll do it all again,
tomorrow?

They will. 200 bus drivers from four depots. Work for two hours tomorrow between 430 and 630 Thomas said they have planned at that time to minimise disruption on commuters, but thousands are likely to be affected. Drivers say they have been forced to take industrial action after negotiations broke down.We certainly want drivers to feel safe out there when they do their job, we want them to have a fair weeks pay that they can pay their bills and feed their family and have a bit left over and we certainly want the rostering system to be fair towards them to give them rest.Yesterday at the 11th hour, Brisbane City Council announced it would double the number of council funded security guards, that was still not enough to stop the strike.

Prince George
and Princess Charlotte have spent the day in
the Polish capital on a big adventure with
their parents, the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge. Seven News Europe bureau chief
Hugh Whitfeld has more from Warsaw. The Poles have literally rolled
out the red carpet for the Cambridges
here in Warsaw. Prince George though,
was a little bit reluctant to walk up the stairs of
the plane today. Prince William had to work
hard to convince his young son to step down onto the red carpet. As his parents went on meeting
with the dignitaries on the tarmac, he did look a little bit
uncomfortable, the young prince, who turns four this weekend. There is some speculation
he may have been wanting to get inside to use the facilities
inside the terminal. His parents that made their way
into the Presidential Palace where they were met by
hundreds of locals, waving Polish and British flags. Many of them had flowers
and presents for the Cambridges as well. This trip is a real mix of old
and new. The Cambridges went to
the Warsaw Uprising Museum, that is an dedication to
the Poles that lost their lives fighting off Nazi Germany
in 1944. The Duke and Duchess then headed
to meet young entrepreneurs in one of Warsaw's
tallest buildings. Tonight, they've got even
more dressed up for a garden party in
Queen's honour. Prince William taking part
in a toast to the Queen. The Cambridges are
back here tonight. They're off to Gdansk
in the north of Poland tomorrow, before three days in Germany.

$50 million is up
for grabs in tonight's Oz Lotto jackpot. It's the largest prize pool
in two years.

Up to half of all Australian adults are expected to buy a ticket. Picking your favourite seven numbers may not get you to win.We have taken a look back at the division one winning entries this year and have seen that quick picks have come out big. Will it worked tonight? We are not sure. Only time will tell.The draw will be shown tonight. Something special is happening, Melbourne cup is coming, but blues origin culture is being brought into question,

with reports Josh Dugan and Blake Ferguson
spent eight hours in a pub just days before Game III
last week. The pair who have a history
of drinking together during their time at Canberra, are believed to have spent a day
off at the Lennox Point hotel. Dustin Martin's Brownlow Medal
hopes are hanging by a thread after being slapped with fines
from Round 17. The Tigers midfielder was cited
for two incidents against the Lions, a third will deem him ineligible
for the Brownlow. Roger Federer has suggested
his longevity in tennis is largely down to
the below par standard of tennis' next generation. The eight-time Wimbledon champion said his success has a lot to do
with the new breed not being strong enough. The Kookaburras have strolled to
victory in the final pool game at the World Hockey League
semi-finals. The Aussie men
smashed Japan, 7-2, to maintain a perfect run
of four wins from four starts as they head into
the quarter-finals.

Album cup to work is underway, and Sydney gets a chance this morning to be part of the event. Dual Melbourne cup winning jockey Johnny joins us. The Melbourne cup to a has visited £380 since 2003? Our special is that to bring all of this to country Australia?We love bringing it to Sydney and all the country areas. Regional Australia special to us because it is an opportunity for people to get the Melbourne cup, hold it, something they can never do and might never get to Flemington to see it, so we take it to people and we are proud of it. We are excited every year to start the journey. She will go right through to November now. She will be weary when she gets there. For people in Sydney, not only is the cup here, but also a prince of Penzance, Michelle Payne,great to see awesome 101 odds? He has come off the track and Andrew Clark, we have the girls riding the two also this morning am always great to bring the horses out and let the people see them. People would have seen Prince of Penzance on television, but they can have their photo taken with him, Pat him, and said I patted a Melbourne cup winner.See you out here shortly. James Tobin, we go from one sporting iconic trophy to an iconic ground. We are also going from one 101 chance to another one!I grow up playing rugby, but I will have a go at kicking a goal on the MCG, and who needs Alex Rance as pressure when you have a kick over $2 million worth of growing grass. Wish the luck!

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Plex low bringing cool showers and thunderstorms over southern New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania with rain gradually turning to snow over Alpine areas. Wind increasing over the south-west head of front and skies clear elsewhere.

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I will dedicate this to my mate, Andy, a Carlton supporter whose birthday it is. Here we go!

It is really close! Get around! Oh! It is the Carlton curse!

I think that dribbled through! Great technique, but anyhow!Slow motion replay! It is through from behind. What a buzz to be lit a 40 through the goal at MCG!

Still to come this morning -
halal backdown. Food giants stop paying
for certification over fears about the money
going to Islamic activities.

Hidden city, Brisbane blanketed by fog. Very delays.And the Sydney residents who want to change their postcode so they are in a fancier suburb.

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Residents in
Sydney's south-west are petitioning to change
their postcode to a more desirable one. Narellan residents want to be
classified as the more ritzy, up-market postcode of Elderslie. They say when they bought
into the new development a few years ago, the suburb was named Camden
Heights estate, Elderslie. But last year, they began receiving council
rates under Narellan's postcode. Narellan has
a higher crime rate, bringing with it
heftier insurance premiums and lower property prices. For more we're joined by resident
Valerie Tarela. Good morning. Valerie, you're leading
this petition to the council. What are the main problems you and your neighbours
are experiencing living in the Narellan postcode?

What we are the situation that we have got at the moment, is that we are a with the Bermuda Triangle of Sydney. We have issues with Cooper's and taxis and deliveries of parcels. In fact male and Council have sent us directly under Elderslie. We have issues such as that, as well as our licenses. A few of our residents are licensed under Elderslie. We have that confusion happening as well. Of course, as you are aware, the rates is one issue that we have got. The extreme price value is extreme. We obviously want to be under the name of Elderslie, as we were promised by our land contract.Just quickly, give us an indication of the value gap. What are we talking?I wash. - - rush. A good 45% difference.That is would be the big thing. Camping Council says:

Valerie, when you bought
your property, what was the postcode and suburb?

Initially it was under Campton Heights estate, Elderslie. So have you gone to the geographic names order and talk to them?No. I have sent an email to them, but the protocol is to send out a petition to Campton Council. We are asking for them to forward our petition to the geographical names board of New South Wales. The truth is, that Campton Council approved the DA. When they approved that, we should be assured that this is the suburb of Elderslie. They are added, it is not we're saying that an email and is other or not as good as elderly. -- Elderslie. What we're saying is we want to be paid for.That is fair enough. Sounds like a dove bureaucracy. There are 69 residents and counting on your mission. Do you have to get to a particular number before it can go to Council? Not at all. We have sent out our petition and it has been tabled three weeks ago. The council have stated that they will have further discussion. Have a huge support from councillor Eva Campbell as well as Paul Farrow.If I were you I would go straight to the names board. Maybe go straight to them. Absolutely. But at the same time, we want the support of counsel. We pay our rates. We deserve that. Thank you for that.

Ahead on Sunrise,
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causes transport distruption in Brisbane as bus drivers
walk off the job. Royal visit - George and Charlotte
steal the show as William and Kate
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It's news time now with Eddy. The family of an Australian woman
shot dead in Minneapolis is demanding answers from police. The officer who shot
Justine Damond has been named as Mohammed Noor. He was a junior duty officer
with only two years experience, and officers weren't wearing
working body cams. Justine's family say
she had called police to what she thought was an active
sexual assault near her home when she was shot. Chilling audio from the moment
Damond was shot has just emerged. 530, shots fired.

Sadly, her family and I have provided with almost no additional information from law enforcement regarding what happened after police arrived. We have lost the dearest of people and we're desperate for information, piecing together just in Mac last moment before the homicide would be a small comfort as we grieve this tragedy.That is her fiance outside the family home a short time ago.

Gang are stone joins me now. -- Bianca. It looks OK under the fog but if you look at pictures above the city, you can see a layer of fog covering Brisbane City. It moved in from the west overnight, the weather bureau says visibility in Ipswich got down to about 50m. It is causing long delays on the roads stop the fairies are also delayed. It is not causing too many problems at the airport at the moment. It has coincided with a bus straight, hundreds of drivers walked off the job as morning. Not what commuters needed here in Brisbane. It will be another strike tomorrow morning, causing delays for people travelling to work and school.

A man is being questioned by
police after a woman was found dead
in a home in Melbourne. Emergency services found
the woman inside a home at Lalor around 1:00
this morning. Police are questioning a man
in his 40s known to the woman. No charges have been laid. Neighbours say a man died
in a fire

A stunning twist in a murder case in Victoria. They claim a convicted suspect is innocent. Rodney Miller worked 's gunned down while on patrol in 1998. A statement has been signed in claims of innocent by notorious murderer Jason Roberts. He says there are a number of problems with the case now needs to be revisited.

Neighbours say a man died
in a fire after going back inside
his burning home on Sydney's upper north shore. Firefighters arrived at St Ives
around 6:45 last night to find the home engulfed
by flames. When the blaze was put out, the 81-year-old resident
was found dead inside. People should be reminded they should never re-enter
the home once it's alight. Authorities are investigating
what sparked the blaze. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton
is tipped to head a new national security
super-department, which will merge ASIO, the
Federal Police and Border Force. The new portfolio, which will
be debated by Cabinet today, would be based on
Britain's Home Office. Under the new model, Mr Dutton would run
an umbrella-style department to ensure domestic spy
and law enforcement agencies better cooperate and coordinate intelligence gathering
and operations. Prince George
and Princess Charlotte have spent the day
in the Polish capital on a big adventure
with their parents, the Duke and Duchess
of Cambridge. Prince George seemed a little
overwhelmed by the royal welcome, needing a little encouragement
from his dad to step off the plane. Today the royals met with the
Polish president and his wife, as well as visiting
the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The royals are believed to be
on a goodwill mission ahead of Britain's
exit from the EU. A doctor in the UK has been
stunned to find a whopping 27 contact lenses
in a patients eye. The lenses were clumped together, forming a blueish mass
held together by mucus.

It is so gross!

The rare case has been published
in a medical journal.

That is where that story should stay. Someone did not read the instructions?One at a time, guys. You have to you have to read instructions to know?That brings a point. If you have poor eyesight, how do you read the instructions? Obviously worse pretty quickly over time, the eyesight.You cannot account for stupidity, can you? (LAUGHTER)wouldn't you be wondering why your eyesight was getting worse every day?I'll try a different brand!

Now to today's weather,
with James Tobin in Melbourne.

You that many lenses from here, this is the 100,000 best seat in the house. Also note is the worst to spot in the house. We are at the very back. MC G glimpses from up here. Have a look at your forecast.

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Alan has been a guide here for 27 years. It has not just been 40 and cricket at the MCG, in 1983, Pope John came here and was going to deliver a mass on the MCG, what happened?Very weak consternation as to where to put the altar for the Pope. We had a cardinal and three representatives from the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the MCG picked the cricket area. The tap on the cricket area. The Cardinal responded, you cannot put there. That is a sacred ground. (LAUGHTER). So it went somewhere else. I can assure you of that.Thank you for a great morning. If you get the chance, do the you are here, it is so full of history, statistics, there are how many of you?366 volunteers.If they're all as good as you, it will be a great tour every time. See you tomorrow from audible. Helena sums up MCG, doesn't he?Spirit of the G.Wonder if he has one of the jackets, though.Thank you, JT.

Time to check in with
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I have done that to! With someone who looks similar to Alan.

Her dad's an Aussie footy star, and mum's a successful
business woman - Mia Fevola is making
her television debut and revealing her
brand new career. Then, an emotional battle. Tim Ferguson is live
on his new fight to protect young Australians. And from modeling
to maximum security - How a magazine star found
herself on the inside and why befriending one of the country's most notorious
killers may have saved her life. Also ahead today,
you know him as Harold Bishop. Ian Smith is live on
an incredible career and his Hollywood regrets.

Look forward to it.

Still to come on Sunrise, Halal backdown - food giants stop paying
for certification over fears about the money going
to Islamic activities. Supermarkets ban plastic
shopping bags, so what will Aussies line
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Good morning, Brisbane. 25 the top for you today and there's the chance of a late
shower or storm.

It is pretty unless you are stuck on the ferry or in the bus straight.

The Gold Coast, also a possibility of a storm
or shower this afternoon, it should reach 25. Sydney, blue skies and sunshine
with a lovely top of 21. Melbourne, 14 today
and a shower or two expected. And Adelaide, a wet and windy day
with a top of 15. Here's Kochie. In the Sunrise Newsfeed - the major breakfast cereal makers that have stopped paying
third-party companies for halal certification. Kellogg's and Sanitarium say
their products don't require the certification as they're already fit for
Muslim consumption. It comes amid public campaigns
against halal certification, because of concerns about
where the money was going. Let's bring in Melissa Hoyer
from news.com.au. The Morning Show's Larry Emdur,
and commentator Gretel Killeen. Do you think more companies
will follow the lead of Kellogg's and Sanitarium?

You know they probably will. If you're Muslim and you follow the Holloway of life, I think you do know what you are eating and what is OK and not. I don't think it is up to these big companies then, to be that involved. I just think there is a lot of layers to this, because when people start saying, who knows where the money is going to, it is all alleged that it may be going somewhere, but we really do not know. I think it is a bigger issue than what we can discuss. That is because it is such a huge commercial consideration too. The certifications get these brands access to Indonesia and Malaysia millions of liens of consumers there.Isn't halal certification on how you slaughter meat? Why do you need it on a box of conflicts?I don't think it is just meat. I think it is alcohol-related. While, the breakfast cereals, they are properly kosher certified, as you said, it is a commercial decision. Nestle have put in both camps. The serial is where it is absolutely obvious, or a chocolate where it is obvious they do not have the stamp, and when it is unclear, they have the stamp. At the end of the day, community groups can say they have made at change here. These are commercial operations who want to get the most visible purchasing and they will get citizens that are sure to ensure that.

The decision of
the major supermarket chains to do away with
plastic shopping bags has many people wondering
what they'll use as kitchen tidy liners. Environmentalists say wrap
your scraps in newspaper, but after plastic shopping bags
were banned in South Australia, the percentage of shoppers
buying plastic bin liners rose from 15% to 80%. Are we getting rid of
one problem, but creating a whole new problem as people switch to
the thicker and heavier liners?

Remember, we were recycling the old shopping bags were of now we are going and buying new ones.Those big thick ones take longer to decompose. We are using those more. Think about the garbage bin that most of us have in our kitchen, you're not just going to throw in all of your old mushy sandwiches and bananas and things without it being in some sort of bin liner. Normally this deadline is a plastic, so I think we're damned if we do, damned if we don't.When I worked at woollies on the end of the checkout, we used to have paper bags. When it was raining, watch out. Because the bottom would fall out.When it began back to paper? Because those larger bin liners take 1 million years to break down. I feel blessed with this because what we do with the chicken and the fish and the horrible stuff, I bring it in here and leave it at channel Seven. In the green room. We have a problem with this at all. You would think that paper is a good idea. Will it survive the pineapple test?Will there be as much paper around?We do have to... I think we cannot think it's a disaster if we don't achieve a 100% solution. It was to 40% even if we weren't reusing them. But 40% were still being thrown out with no secondary use. We are moving toward something. It will be problems with being Australia and having a lot of land. In Japan, it is much more efficient.If we buy a bit line, it is one use. Whereas with a back you have two.I agree, but so you have showed saved 40%, less focus on the next stage.You suggesting you pick up the width a paperback? Because that will not happen.In the US they do.Let me think about it. I will have to come up with an answer.

New research indicates we favour
leaning to the right when we kiss our partners.

You have a preferred angle?I kiss that way.Sorry which way?That is a social kiss though.Do it again? I'm not doing it with you.Just to demonstrate.My head goes towards my left. But I am left-handed.She is also single, so there you go! (LAUGHTER).It is a good thing! Straight.That would be right. Can't even be part of that conversation after you moved me out of the way to demonstrate on rental. Settle down.I go with the flow. I am a swing. Happy to kiss anything. Does anyone do the two?What!The European sort of, flash.I think you do that if you're trying to be a smarty-pants at an event.Or if you're a bit drunk and you don't stop at two. Just keep going. That'll be a good test when were having a drink with Gretel. Nat, how do you do it with Drew?None of your business. How would you like to win some cash?

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It's a struggle well known
by parents around the world. You've got a sick kid,
but you have to go to work. Many families have no choice but
to drug up and drop off at childcare.

Drag them up?He led them up with neuro fen.Then drop them off at the childcare.And then it wears off by lunchtime. The teachers know all this.

But not any more. An Aussie mum is gathering
a tribe of carers providing an answer
for struggling families. When little Oliver
started childcare, his parents thought
the work-life juggle would settle right down. It wasn't long
before that bubble burst. Like many kids who start care,
Oliver has been sick a lot. Obviously we have
the instinct, we want to stay home with him
when he's sick, but unfortunately not everyone's
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they need it the most. Jessie Eva is the founder
of Sick Sit and she joins us now. Good morning. What a genius idea.

This is a great idea! How does work?I originally thought of the eight year when I worked full-time myself, I am a radio announcer, so I am an air, so when my child is sick I literally cannot take the time off because I am on air. A regular babysitter was a qualified daycare professional, I said if I created a concept for you, would you be available to us every time a child is sick? Is how it was born. What other people have you got on your books? On a regular mum is, are they qualified, they nurses?We have the most useful group of women on the Sunshine Coast. We have qualified first aid, most of them have years of childcare experience. We understand that children are your first verity when it comes to them getting sick. Social pressures are so hard when it comes to the working environment, your child is always coming for first, but this way you can still go to work, your child still comes first, you have the full group of women who come in and clean your house. They will even prepare dinner for you and it is like having granny around the corner that having to feel guilty about it.The daycare centres and the parents of other kids love you because when you send a sick kid today care, ever annuls gets ill. Yes. They don't want... No mother feels good about dropping their child off today care to stop on Panadol. It is really good to stop the culture. I think it is an epidemic in society with working parents. The ripple effect is that one is sick and 50 get sick and then there are 50 parents that Harris stressed as the rest of us. If we can stop that culture and we can ease the stress of parents around the country while doing it, that is our aim. We are building the most beautiful tribe of women around Australia at the moment.The interesting thing about ABC this is that they don't want to clean all that is not their job. These guys are doing a lot more than that.$23 an hour. Got to start in Brisbane. All the best.Thank you. If you call at eight and need someone by 830, these beautiful women will be there to help.

For more information on
the Sick Sit service, just head to
the Sunrise website. 'The Morning Show' is just ahead. From penthouse to
the penitentiary. Coming up after Sunrise - the Aussie model who found herself in
a maximum-security prison. Victoria Schembri is live on
navigating a world of violence, drugs and serial killers. And Tim Ferguson is in the studio
on his brand-new battle. Then, you know him
as Harold Bishop, but what is up to now? The Aussie actor is live. Plus, life after Black Saturday - how Victoria's first female
top cop found strength in the face of public scrutiny. Christine Nixon is coming up
on The Morning Show, soon.

Chilling police audio
has revealed the moments after Australian woman Justine Damond
was shot dead by police in Minneapolis. The officer who allegedly
opened fire has been identified as
a junior officer. Justine's fiance says
the family is utterly devastated. We've lost the dearest of people and we are desperate
for information. Piecing together Justine's
last moments before the homicide would give us some comfort
as we grieve this tragedy. A man is being questioned by
police after the body of a woman, known to him, was found inside
a home at Lalor in Melbourne. An elderly man has died
in a house fire on Sydney's Upper North shore. Neighbours say a decision to run
back inside the burning home at St Ives unfortunately
cost him his life. Former New Zealand Prime Minister
John Key will today receive Australia's highest honour at
a ceremony in Canberra today. Mr Key will be appointed an Honorary Companion in
the Order of Australia. And Prince George
and Princess Charlotte have spent the day in
the Polish capital on a big adventure with
their parents, the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge. And checking the weather -

foggy this morning in Brisbane. Fine in Sydney. Possible showers expected
for Melbourne and Canberra. Showers for Hobart. Wet and windy conditions
for Adelaide. A fine day in Perth with
the chance of a late shower.

Australia's most famous
bachelorette Sam Frost has made the exciting
announcement that she is moving to Summer Bay. The reality star and former radio
host has officially joined the cast of 'Home and Away'. She was encouraged to audition
for the role after wrapping up filming for the
new Seven series 'Hells Kitchen'. Despite it being
her first acting role, she scored the job. Sam said she's beyond excited
to join the cast, but there's no word yet on
the details of her character, 'Game of Thrones' fans
were beside themselves as series seven premiered, but none were really expecting
a cameo from the biggest name in music,
Ed Sheeran. Ed has a very small part
in the first episode alongside his real-life super fan
Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark. Take a look. But don't worry,
there's no spoilers. # She was his shame
and his bliss # And a chain and
a keep are nothing # Compared to a woman's kiss # For hands of gold
are always cold # A woman's hands are warm. # For hands of gold
are always cold # A woman's hands are warm. # It is a pretty song.
I've never heard it before. It's a new one. Plenty of Aussie
'Game of Thrones' fans were livid

The rest famous wandering and to ever be seen in game of thrones.

Plenty of Aussie
'Game of Thrones' fans were livid they didn't get a chance to catch
a glimpse of Ed in the show, ecause of a technical glitch
on Foxtel Now's behalf. The subscription service were met
with unprecedented demand, because it's the cheapest legal
way to access the show. The demand meant
that the sever was overloaded and fans could not
watch the show, understandbly sending them
into a frenzy. Foxtel said they were devasted
over the glitch. It's an exciting Melbourne Cup
morning here at Brekky Central. More in a moment.

# who run the world.

Unprecedented access - inside LG's innovation HQ. TVs in windows
and much more coming to your home on Sunrise tomorrow.