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(generated from captions) New pictures, dramatic arrests - Heavily armed police
seize weapons, drugs and cash, in lightning raids on bikies. Happening today - Cardinal George Pell
to face court in Melbourne over historical sexual offences. Weather alert,
temperatures set to soar to new record highs, turning winter into Christmas
in July. Special report - turn your home
into a moneymaker. From the backyard to the garage, the simple tricks
to earn easy cash. And, KD Lang,
on Wednesday July 26, 2017. # Constant craving...# VOICE-OVER:
This is Sunrise on Seven with Kochie and Nat.

What a beautiful voice.The voice of an angel.

Sunrise goes way back
with KD Lang. She was the first singer
to perform live in this studio after we moved in. That was April 2008. So we're looking forward
to having her on the show again.

That was a special moment. We sat down with her and we will hear that soon.

Also this morning, you could win
$40,000 from the Cash Cow. The jackpot is growing,
so keep your phone handy. But we'll begin with the news,
here's Eddy.

The government will fight to keep Matt Canavan
in parliament, taking his dual citizenship case
to the High Court. Seven News reporter Freya Cole
is in Canberra. Freya, Mr Canavan
has stepped down from the Cabinet but not his Senate position?

That's right, Eddy. This is certainly a headache
for the government. Queensland Senator Matt Canavan
found out on Tuesday evening that he was indeed
an Italian citizen. Under Section 44
of the constitution you are not allowed
to run for office if you have dual citizenship. But Senator Canavan claims he had
no knowledge of his Italian ties because his mother registered
on his behalf when he was 25 years old. Due to the complex nature
he has stepped down from his cabinet position as Minister for Resources
and Northern Australia, but not in the Senate, because he and the government
believe they can fight the matter in the High Court.

In the short time
I had available, I have not been able to attain
definitive legal advice as to whether my registration
as an Italian citizen, without my knowledge
or consent, was valid under Italian law.

Now his mum Maria
became concerned and told her son of the problem after the shock resignations of Greens senators Scott Ludlam
and Larissa Waters. The key difference is, unlike
the former Greens politicians, Senator Canavan
was born in Australia. described it as incredible sloppiness so it'll be interesting to see
what develops throughout the day.

Police have seized cash
and drugs in sweeping bikie raids
across northern New South Wales. Live to Seven News reporter
Jessica Dietrich. Jess, was anyone arrested?

Good morning. No one was arrested in fact, that police say this was in response to a recent violent flareup between two outlaw motorcycle gangs. The Rebels and the lone wolves. This is video supplied from the police on Monday showing rights what officers storming a rural property in land from Byron Bay. There were two men at home at the time. They are thought to be associated with the Rebels. They were handcuffed and questioned by police, who seized a number of items from at home including a rifle scope, a laser, more than 6000 in cash, and cannabis. Both of those men were let go and just yesterday, an hour north in the, there was a home search by police. It was owned by an associate of the lone wolves. A man was issued with a consorting notice. Police say this is about commit -- keeping the community say. -- safe

We're determined not to have
public acts of violence in our area and any member
of an outlaw motorcycle gang that thinks they can
get away with this should realise
that there will be consequences.

Police are really urging these members to all their heads in and not put the communities safety at risk or there will be more of these raids to come.

Cardinal Pell will face
a Melbourne court this morning to defend himself against
historical sex allegations. Sunrise reporter David Woiwod David, how is today
expected to unfold?

Good morning. Cardinel Pell is expected to arrive here at the Melbourne Magistrates' Court later this morning. It is for the filing hearing. Typically, these hearings take just minutes as they set down the dates and future progress for the case. Technically, Cardinel Pell does not need to be in court today. He could just send his legal team. But he is widely expected to attend as the 76 rorters said all along, he wants to fight these charges in person.

By his own admission, today is a day Cardinal Pell
has been waiting for for some time. I'm looking forward finally
to having my day in court. News of these charges
strengthens my resolve. A chance to finally face
his accusers in court and defend himself against
historical sex allegations. Today, Victoria Police have
charged Cardinal George Pell with historical
sexual assault offences. The cardinal will appear at the Melbourne
Magistrate's Court at 10am, for what will be an historic hearing
for the Catholic church, which has been left reeling
by the accusations levelled against
its top financial officer. The gravity of the situation
is not lost on the institution. When the cardinal does walk
into the courtroom, he will be
the most senior Catholic to ever face court
charged with sex offences, charges he has vehemently denied. I'm innocent of these charges.
They are false. The Cardinal won't get
any special treatment when he appears today. Filing into a small courtroom
for a hearing which could be over
in a matter of minutes. Just the first step in a legal battle
tipped to last years.

A very large crowd is expected here today, including local and international media, as well as supporters and critics of Cardinel Pell. The case has been set down for courtroom number two. It is the largest court within the magistrates building. Space will be added premium as he takes court today.

A Sydney shop attendant
has been terrorised by a knife-wielding bandit
overnight. Shortly after 9:30pm the man entered
the Woolworths service station in Fairfield Heights. He demanded money
from the attendant, threatening him
with a large knife. He then fled the store, leaving the terrified worker
to call for help. A crime scene
has been established and forensic teams
are investigating. The robber remains on the run. A Sydney family is hoping
that $100,000 reward could finally help them
find answers to solve a 44-year-old
murder case. Lynette White
was stabbed to death in her home in the eastern suburbs as her 11-week-old son
lay in his cot in 1973. It's understood an intruder broke
into the hairdresser's home, forcing her to undress
before stabbing her 11 times. Police now believe Lynette
was killed by someone she knew. Anyone with any information
should contact Crime Stoppers.

A man will face court today, charged over
a sickening petrol attack on a woman at her Brisbane home Sunrise correspondent
Leisa Goddard joins us live.

She is in intensive care in a coma. She has been to her arms, chest and throat. She is in a stable condition. It is alleged her 27- year-old ex-boyfriend broke into her home on the north side of Brisbane at around 1030 yesterday morning. She was asleep in bed. It is alleged he doused her in excel around and set her on fire. Her roommate has said that not only were her close on fire, it also her bed and the cupboard around her. It is not surprising she is in hospital fighting for her life. He has been charged with attempted murder and entering without in -- with intent. He will face court at the Brisbane Magistrates Court this morning.

The ashes
of Justine Ruszczyk Damond will be returned to Australia. News Corp reports her American
fiance and her father and her remains will be sent
back to her home country with her partner's blessing. A memorial will be held
for the 40-year-old next month in Minnesota where she was fatally shot
by a police officer almost a fortnight ago.

Dr Yunupingu, the world-famous
blind Aboriginal singer, has passed away in Darwin. It's understood the 46-year-old
has been receiving dialysis and had been ill for some time. The singer, from the remote
community of Galiwin'ku on Elcho Island, shot to stardom in 2008 when
his album went triple platinum.

(SINGS IN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE)

In his career he performed
for the Pope, Queen Elizabeth and former US president
Barack Obama. His family are expected
to be offered a state funeral.

Seven civilians,
including two young children, have been killed
by a car bomb in Egypt. The country's military says
it intercepted the car at a security check point and tried to control the blast by running over the vehicle
with a tanker. But not long after,
the bomb explodes. The army says four gunmen
were inside the car at the time of the blast. No-one has claimed responsibility
for the attack.

A man has been arrested after threatening Spanish police
with a knife. CCTV shows the man
brandishing a knife while approaching
the Spanish border in the Moroccan town
of Beni Enzar. He was reportedly shouting
"Allahu Akbar". The man is brought down
by a white traffic barrier before being tackled by police. One officer was cut on the hand,
but no-one was seriously injured. The Spanish interior minister
has commended the rapid, coordinated and professional
conduct of police.

American designer Michael Kors
has gone shoe shopping, and looks to have
expensive taste. The fashion house has agreed
to buy luxury shoe label Jimmy Choo
for $1.47 billion in cash. It's the fifth time
the British brand's ownership has changed hands
since its inception in 1996. Jimmy Choo's CEO and creative
director will remain in charge.

We stole some of your finance news there. Big news in finance.One .5 billion!For a flashy pair of shoes?Yeah.Give me Clerks any day. The fact that you've heard of them...Only because I sit next to you girls.Well, OK, I have one pair. I didn't buy them, the company did.Aren't you lucky!10 years ago and I have had a lot of where out of them.They have a funny coloured heel, don't they?Oh, no.That's a different one.I have none of those.I just remember the old clerks school shoes with the paw prints on the soles. They were classics.Whatshoe size are you? I might borrow them.They are quite old now.

Now, to today's weather
with Sam Mac in Sydney's west.

Good morning. We are at Penrith public school. Let's say a big hello, everyone.Hello!Looking great, guys. Up nice and early. The reason we're here is we're talking about National tree Day. That is happening this Sunday. We all know it. It is a great initiative and great reminder. Kids at school will be good to the environment and plane trees and put them around the school and the backyard. It involved with Mum and Dad. Here is one we prepared earlier. This get a round of applause for this magnificent tree. It was planted by Kochie when he was a little boy. That is just amazing. I hope you are ready for our special guests. Let's do an early check of your weather around Australia.

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A shower or two in Cairns. Partly cloudy for Townsville
and Mackay. Sunny in Mount Isa
and Rockhampton. 26 for Brisbane and sunny. Similar conditions
on the Gold Coast. Sunny in Bourke
and Coffs Harbour. Partly cloudy in Tamworth
and Dubbo. A shower or two in Orange. Partly cloudy in Broken Hill. Sunny and 22 for Sydney. 14 in Canberra
and a possible shower. Partly cloudy in Mildura. A shower or two in Ballarat
and Warrnambool. Chance of rain for Bendigo. 14 and a shower or two
in Melbourne. Similar conditions in Geelong. Showers easing in Hobart and 10. Chance of rain in Mount Gambier. Partly cloudy in Adelaide and 17. Sunny in Coober Pedy. Mostly sunny in Katherine. 33 and sunny for Darwin. A possible storm in Albany
and Bunbury. 20 in Perth and the chance
of a morning storm. Mostly sunny for Kalgoorlie. Possible shower in Geraldton. Sunny for Karratha and Broome.

We have 416 students at this school and a lot of them are here nice and early. A big thank you to you and mums and dads for getting you here early. Who got up before 4 AM this morning? What about that. The dedication to get down here for TV. And they have the gloves as well to plant the trees. There is an area over there set up for this. They have been holding their plans for an hour and they are getting tired. We will put them in their rightful place in the grounds. A ready to plant some trees?Yeah!And special celebrity guests will join us soon. It will be great.

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Coming up, another swimming medal
for Australia at the World Championships. Plus, the Raiders prepare
for life without Sia Soliola after the NRL judiciary slapped him
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And Beretts is on the Gold Coast
this morning for the countdown
to the Commonwealth Games.

Beautiful morning up there?Is there anything but beautiful mornings on the Gold Coast? It is absolutely glorious. We are announcing a very big special ambassador today for the Commonwealth Games.

Former Canterbury captain
Michael Ennis has led calls
for Des Hasler to be sacked as the club's coach. Hasler fronted a specially-convened
board meeting last night to present his case
to save his job. He is expected keep his job
until at least season's end but Ennis believes he has to go. I spent a lot of time
at that club. I played under Des, but, in all honesty,
his time's up. And Sia Soliola has been hit
with a five-game ban for his high shot
on Billy Slater.

Adelaide champion Scott Thompson
says he hasn't given up on an elusive AFL flag, despite announcing he'll retire
at the end of this season. Thompson's 17-year AFL career
will draw to a close and, after 300-plus games, the 34-year-old hopes his If fairy tales happen, I'd certainly put my hand up
for it, that's for sure. Thompson was a Port Adelaide fan
growing up and admitted to despising
the Crows.

Funny how things turn, isn't it?

Emily Seebohm has won
a bronze medal in the 100m backstroke
at the World Championships. Seebohm qualified fastest
for the final and hit the lead 25m from home. A world record time won gold, and she missed silver
by just 0.01 of a second. I think it just goes to show how
much effort I put in since Rio, and, you know, being so close
to my personal best - I'm really happy with that. Mitch Larkin took 6th in
the men's 100m backstroke final and Emma McKeon qualified
2nd fastest for the 200m freestyle final. Day four is live and free
on 7TWO from 5:30pm eastern
this afternoon.

Supercars star Chaz Mostert is hoping local knowledge
will work in his favour this weekend
at the Queensland Raceway. Mostert grew up
near the Ipswich circuit and tasted
his first series success at the track known as
"the paperclip" because of its simple layout. Fingers crossed we can have
another consistent run there. Be around the top five and, if not, get some champagne
and some trophies. The super sprint format includes
a 120km race on Saturday and a 200km event on Sunday.

This morning,
I'm on the Gold Coast counting down to
the biggest event of next year, the Commonwealth Games. I'm joined by lawn bowler and Commonwealth Games
gold medallist Lynsey Clarke. You've been playing lawn bowls
since you were 11 years old.

In a nutshell, what makes it so good at the Commonwealth games?It will be fantastic. The crowd will be awesome and the atmosphere at Broadbeach is phenomenal. It is one of the best in the world to play. And who goes to this at the con games? Is it everyone?Everyone. We have a lot of larrikins and Australian supporters there. It is great to have people of all ages and abilities in the crowd supporting the Australians.And who will play in the gold-medal match? It'll obviously be Australia and probably New Zealand as well. The rivalry is strong.Australia-New Zealand final for me. You excited? Yes. I love being on the Gold Coast at any time but now it is so exciting and I just cut way.We look forward to it and wish you all the best. The venue here is probably the best lawn bowls venue in the world. It is an slowly stunning. You're on the beach. The crowds are enormous. Every four years, we all become experts. Where excited to be done there.Everyone has played it on a Friday night at some point.

Ahead on Sunrise -

A brawl erupts at a Sydney intersection. Men attack each other in raw daylight. Dramatic video of the latest.

a TV icon goes up for auction. How you can get your hands
on 'The Castle'. And taking your breath away. Kendall Jenner accused
of being a bad role model after posing with a cigarette.

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Eastern Standard Time. Lines close at 4:30pm, Australian And if we call you, don't forget
to answer within three rings. KD Lang wraps up
her Australian tour this week.

We love her here.

The Grammy-winning music icon
has received standing ovations and rave reviews
for her concerts, which celebrate 25 years
of her famed 'Ingenue' album. I sat down with KD
to talk about the highs and lows of becoming a global superstar
in the early '90s. You know, there was a lot
of controversy at the time, there was a lot of controversy
at the time. I had just done People for the Ethical Treatment
of Animals' PSA talking about vegetarianism. I came out as a lesbian and also I made
a very obvious switch from country music to pop music so people were... My full interview
with KD Lang is coming up after 7:30. Kate Winslet
and Leonardo DiCaprio

There are some tickets left for her Sydney show if you get in

Kate Winslet
and Leonardo DiCaprio are probably the most iconic
best friends in the world after they won hearts
in 'Titanic'. Now,
you can break bread with them. A private dinner with the duo
is one of the many items being auctioned off
at DiCaprio's annual gala event in St Tropez. It's all to raise money
for Leo's foundation which has allocated
more than $80 million in grants to environmental causes
since 2010. If you'd like to fork over a huge
sum of cash for the dinner, then make sure you're free
in October and can make your way
to New York City. 'James Bond' fans,
mark this date in your diary - November 8, 2019. It's official, that is the date
the new film will be in cinemas. Not a lot is known
about the film yet, but it's understood that
Daniel Craig will return as 007. Not long ago, Daniel said he'd rather
slash his wrists than return to the role, but two sources have revealed
that the price was right. There's also plenty
of speculation that Adele will record
the theme song again after her Oscar winning song
'Skyfall' blew everyone away. The Kardashians and Jenners
are never far away from a bit of controversy, and Kendall is the latest
member of the family to break the internet. She posted this photo
from a recent photoshoot. Now, stripping off is nothing new
for the Victoria Secret model, but it's the cigarette
she's posing with that has angered fans
and health experts alike, accusing her
of glamorising smoking despite saying
she doesn't actually smoke. It comes only a few months
after Kendall was criticised for this Pepsi commercial, where she seemingly put an end
to a race riot thanks to a can of soft drink.

Lots of people are talking this morning and also the debate about other Instagram users and influences that are to have glamour rising smoking and being paid for it. When I saw that photo my eyes went to that cigarette instantly.I like how we blurred it before but now we have decided not to. We have all seen it before. Is this a way we can advertise cigarettes, is it creeping in?Did she get paid to hold that cigarette?I don't know. Should you be allowed to put that on Instagram, is that advertising?

Our topstories on Sunrise - Caught on camera,
more road rage violence - A driving dispute erupts
into an all-out brawl at a Western Sydney intersection. Men throwing punches
and attacking each other in broad daylight. New developments - another pollie
citizenship bungle. Here we go again! This time,
it's a government senator breaching the rules, and he's blaming his mum
for the mother-of-all mistakes. New pictures, dramatic arrests - Heavily armed police
seize weapons, drugs and cash, in lightning raids on bikies. Happening today - Cardinal George Pell
to face court in Melbourne over historical sexual offences. Weather alert - temperatures set to soar
to new record highs, turning winter
into Christmas in July. Special report - turn your home
into a moneymaker. From the backyard to the garage, the simple tricks
to earn easy cash. And, KD Lang,
on Wednesday July 26, 2017. # Constant craving...# VOICE-OVER:
This is Sunrise on Seven with Kochie and Nat.

Hello, fat cow.Oh! Body shaming! Sunrise has a long history with k.d. Lang. She was one of the first singers to perform here at Martin Place just after we moved in. We are looking forward to having her

Also this morning, you could win
$40,000 from the Cash Cow. The jackpot is growing,
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to the news with Eddy. We begin this morning with another
violent road rage incident caught on camera this time in south west Sydney. Live to Seven News reporter,
Jessica Dietrich. Jess, this was an ugly brawl.
What happened?

Stop it certainly was. It was a crazy bus stop at a set of red lights in Merrylands in western Sydney. According to the person who filmed this, it happened at 5 PM yesterday at peak hour traffic. It happened at the intersection of Centenary Drive and Douglas streets. We don't know what led to this, Eddie, but it believes that there were two others of and infiltration acts. It appears they have all just left work and this brawl becomes increasingly violent. They are pushing and shoving each other. Arches are thrown. Even one man has his shirt pulled over his head and is need in the face. Have a listen to this.Bleep

(BLEEP) (BLEEP).Eddie, a lot of people would have witnessed this yesterday afternoon during the peak hour traffic. Police say they will be reviewing the video and trying to identify the cars of those men involved at this stage. Urging witnesses to contact them.

The government will fight to keep Matt Canavan
in parliament, taking his dual citizenship case
to the High Court. Seven News reporter Freya Cole
is in Canberra. Freya, Mr Canavan
has stepped down from the Cabinet

How serious is this? Any breach of the Constitution is a serious matter. This one is complexity. The Resources Minister quit cabinet last night after he discovered that he was a dual citizen of Italy. He has not stepped down from the Senate because he and the government believe he is not in breach of section 44.

Under Section 44
of the constitution you are not allowed
to run for office if you have dual citizenship. But Senator Canavan claims he had
no knowledge of his Italian ties because his mother registered
on his behalf when he was 25 years old.

I was not born in Italy, I have never been in Italy, and to my knowledge, I have never stepped foot in a consulate of Italy or an embassy. I had no knowledge of becoming an Italian citizen nor did I request to become an Italian citizen.

Now his mum Maria
became concerned and told her son of the problem after the shock resignations of Greens senators Scott Ludlam
and Larissa Waters. The key difference is, unlike
the former Greens politicians, Senator Canavan
was born in Australia.

Barnaby Joyce will take over his cabinet responsibilities while the matter is heard in the High Court. Barnaby Joyce will make a press conference in the next couple of hours.

Cash, drugs and ammunition parts
have been seized after raids on properties associated with outlaw
motorcyle gangs in northern NSW. The riot squad and detectives
were responding to recent violence
in the Tweed Heads area, believed to be related to tension
between rival gangs. We're determined not to have
public acts of violence in our area, and any member
of an outlaw motorcycle gang that thinks they can get away
with this should realise that
there will be consequences. The raids are part of
a cross border operation with police in Queensland. A man will face court today, charged over a sickening attack
on a woman in Brisbane. Police allege the 27-year-old doused
Sigourney Coles with petrol, before setting her alight
inside her Bracken Ridge home. It's understood Miss Coles had
only met the man a fortnight ago. He allegedly fled the scene
in a car but was later found
at a nearby address. Miss Coles remains
in intensive care where she is being treated
for burns to her arms and chest. Cardinal Pell will face
a Melbourne court this morning to defend himself against
historical sex allegations. Sunrise reporter David Woiwod is outside David, how is today
expected to unfold?

Cardinal Pell is expected to arrive down here at the Melbourne Magistrate's Court later this afternoon -- later this morning. We know it is for a filing hearing. These hearings usually take a couple of minutes, they said down the dates and future progress of the case. Technically, Cardinal Pell does not need to be in court. He could leave that to his lawyers but he is widely expected to attend as the 76-year-old has said all along he wants to be here in person to fight the charges.

By his own admission, today is a day Cardinal Pell
has been waiting for for some time. I'm looking forward finally
to having my day in court. News of these charges
strengthens my resolve. A chance to finally face
his accusers in court and defend himself against
historical sex allegations. Today, Victoria Police have
charged Cardinal George Pell with historical
sexual assault offences. The cardinal will appear at the Melbourne
Magistrate's Court at 10am, for what will be an historic hearing
for the Catholic church, which has been left reeling
by the accusations levelled against
its top financial officer. The gravity of the situation
is not lost on the institution. When the cardinal does walk
into the courtroom, he will be
the most senior Catholic to ever face court
charged with sex offences, charges he has vehemently denied. I'm innocent of these charges.
They are false. The Cardinal won't get
any special treatment when he appears today. Filing into a small courtroom
for a hearing which could be over
in a matter of minutes. Just the first step in a legal battle
tipped to last years.

A very large crowd is expected down here today, including local and international media as well as supporters and critics of Cardinal Pell. We know the case has been set down for courtroom number two within the magistrate's precinct. It is a very small court room so space will be at a premium as he takes to court.

Japan's oldest zoo
has released a video of one of its newest residents. This adorable baby panda was born
around a month ago in Tokyo to 11-year-old mother Shin Shin. She is the first giant panda cub
to be born at the zoo in five years. The local government says it will start
collecting suggestions for names from the public
later this week. Here's Kochie with finance. Checking finance now -

The Dow, another record high from earnings because of Donald's.

The parent company of Google had a fall in earnings because of the fines copped from European authorities. In our region

fines copped from European
authorities. In our region yesterday, we were up 37 and 39 points to the commodities, gold is trading at US$1251 an ounce, or is at US $48 a barrel.

The Aussie dollar is buying
just over 79 US cents almost 89 Japanese yen, and NZ$1.07.

For the first time ever, credit and debit card payments
have overtaken cash as the most common way
Aussies make transactions. Craig James is at CommSec. Morning, Craig.

This is a bit of history?This is a bit of history. This is the first time this has ever happened. Cash only donates transactions up to $10. Even then, six out of every 10 transactions is made by card -- cash. It is losing its dominance. Where are we using our cards most often? On holidays. That is when it is to be the most convenient. The other places at the service station. 78% of the time we're using our credit or debit cards to fill up with petrol and by other goodies at the service station rather than using cash. One thing that we have not got sold on yet is using our mobile phones to make transactions. We will have to see the way that develops over coming months and years.And a wave and tap and go areYes, the convenience factor. You can sort of get a receipt if you want to. Away you go. Fascinating.

Time for sport,
and Beretts is on the Gold Coast. Billy Slater has revealed
he can't remember Origin III after being heavily concussed
on Saturday night. Slater was knocked out
by a high shot from Sia Soliola and is hasn't been named for the Melbourne's
NRL clash with Manly on Sunday. Soliola was suspended
for five games by the judiciary last night. Port Adelaide's AFL campaign
has suffered a major blow with Chad Lingard ruled out
for up to a month. Scans have revealed his ankle sprain
is worse than first thought, meaning he'll also miss next Sunday's showdown
with the Crows. Emily Seebohm has won bronze
in the 100m backstroke at the World Championships. Mitch Larkin took sixth in
the men's 100m backstroke final while Emma
McKeon qualified second fastest for the 200m freestyle final. Day 4 will be live and free
on 7TWO from 5:30pm Eastern. The Queen's Baton has rounded out
its Bahamas stay with a carnival celebration of the Commonwealth Youth Games
Closing Ceremony. The Baton was present
for five days of competition and also spent time
travelling around the islands, taking part
in various other activities. The Baton will now head
to Canada.

Of course, before finally, making it active Australia before Christmas Eve. 252 days away and one big ambassador announcement to come this morning. Excellent. We look forward to that.

Now to today's weather,
with Sam Mac in Sydney's west.

Good morning. Yes, we are at Penrith public school because this Sunday is National tree Day. It is a great initiative to get behind. A lot of people watching a have done that over the years in the school and in the backyard. This is a great opportunity for the students. What is the main message you want to get through to them?They just love this activity because it gets them out into nature. A lot of our kids live in units so they do not get a chance to get an opportunity to get outside. They are motivated and they are happy to do things and they are learning.Get their hands dirty? There are a lot of students you are helping with sign language. Tell us about that.We get involved with all the opportunities at school and we'll teach people to use signs and get involved with the activities.We will see Therese in action with the students. If we give you a random word, can you give us the sunlight which for it. What about Sunrise two what about a sunrise pineapple? We will see that in action.

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Cardinal George Pell.

Cardinal George Pell will appear
in a Melbourne Court today on charges relating to alleged
historical sexual offences. The 76-year-old returned
to Australia earlier this month after taking a leave of absence
from the Vatican. Speaking in Rome
before his departure, he strenuously denied
the allegations. Investigative journalist
Louise Milligan is the best-selling author of 'Cardinal: The Rise and Fall
of George Pell'. Good morning. How significant
is today's court appearance?

It is unbelievably significant. This is a man who we have been saying is the third most senior person in the Vatican. He has been marked out for greatness throughout his entire life. You can see this right back to when he was at school in Ballarat. He was sent to university in Rome, a finishing school for priests. He has a ways been at deeply ambitious man with an enormous amount of self- confidence. He is a divisive figure in the Catholic Church in Australia and beyond. Nothing to do with charges, let's leave that to court. Just his personal beliefs, for a lot of Catholics, he is someone who is a return to a muscular form of the faith. They welcome that. For others, one survivor of a paedophile priest in Ballarat said to me "he is almost like a pantomime figure stop" He comes on the stage and people boo and hiss because of his views on things like female priests or gay marriage, or abortion. Those sorts of things. You can see why the eyes of not just Australia but the world are on this person because it is unprecedented to have someone of his seniority in the Vatican charged with multiple historic sexual offences. Just on that, Louise, how closely with the Catholic Church be involved? I am not entirely sure about that. I guess they will be keeping an arm's length because George Pell, despite the fact he is a cardinal, and he is Australia's senior Catholic, he is also in the Melbourne Magistrate's Court. He is just another defendant in this place. I suppose the Catholic Church will have to be aware of that just like the rest of us are. Thank you, Louise.

Ahead onSunrise - more road rage violence
caught on camera. A brawl erupts at
a Western Sydney intersection. Men throw punches and attack
each other in broad daylight. It's dramatic video,
the latest next. Weather alert. The unseasonal conditions
warming up winter. And the $50 million man. Aussie NBA star Patty Mills
joins us live.

A road rage incident
in Sydney's West has escalated into a brawl, and it's all been caught
on camera. Seven News reporter
Jessica Dietrich joins us. Jess, this happened
in peak hour traffic?

Yeah, it certainly did. A lot of drivers would have witnessed this on their way home. This happened in Maryland at 5 PM entered intersection. It appears that these two or three cars have stopped within an intersection of green lights. Some of them had flew row shirts so they looked as though they were coming home from work. Who knows what triggered this, but this bus stop should -- certainly does escalate. People were pulling each other out of cars, then they started throwing punches. One man even had his shirt pulled over his shed and then -- shirt and then was needed in the face. Listen to this. (BLEEP). Guys, it did not seem like those witnesses were able to stop this. Police say that they are looking into this at the stage. They have not had any complaints so far that they are hoping to identify the cars involved and also those men stop.

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It's news time now with Eddy. Another violent
road rage incident has been captured on camera,
this time in Sydney's West. It happened around 5:00
yesterday afternoon at the corner of Centenary Road
and Douglas Street in Merrylands. It appears to have started
as verbal altercation before descending
into an ugly brawl in front of shocked
peak hour commuters. At least four men can be seen
fighting in the video. It's unclear
what sparked the outburst.

Police are urging witnesses to contact them.

In breaking news - an elderly man has been arrested over the stabbing death
of a woman in Melbourne. Detectives detained
the 75-year-old this morning, after the body of a woman
was found in her Richmond home
yesterday afternoon. It's believed the 49-year-old
had been slashed on the neck with a blade.

The victim's a friend arrived after a visit and raise the alarm. They found the woman on the kitchen floor.

The government is going to fight to keep Matt Canavan
in parliament, taking his dual citizenship case
to the High Court. The resources minister resigned from Malcolm Turnbull's Cabinet
yesterday, after his mother told him
he was an Italian citizen. He claims that his mother
registered him without ever informing him. In the short time
I had available, I have not been able to attain
definitive legal advice as to whether my registration
as an Italian citizen, without my knowledge or consent,
was valid under Italian law. If Mr Canavan
is forced to quit Parliament, he will be the third senator
to lose their seat due to dual citizenship
in recent weeks. Cardinal Pell is preparing
to face a Melbourne court to defend historical
sex allegations. There will be
no special treatment for the church's top financial
advisor in the courtroom. This is despite the fact he's
the most senior Catholic official to face these charges. He's expected to arrive
at Melbourne Magistrates Court at 10am before the hearing
will get underway. The hearing itself may last
as little as a few minutes. But it's just the first step
in legal proceedings which could play out for years. Police targeting
outlaw motorcycle gangs have seized cash, drugs
and ammunition in raids on two propeties
in northern NSW. The riot squad and detectives
were responding to recent violence
in the Tweed Heads area, believed to be related to tension
between rival gangs. We're determined not to have public acts
of violence in our area and any member
of an outlaw motorcycle gang that thinks they can get away
with this should realise that
there will be consequences. A 39-year-old man was issued
with a warning for consorting. A woman remains in intensive care after she was doused in petrol
and set alight in her own home. Police allege a 27-year-old man broke into Sigourney Coles'
Bracken Ridge home before attacking her. It's understood the pair
only met a fortnight ago. He allegedly fled the scene
in a car but was found at a nearby address
and arrested. He will face court later today. A man has been arrested after threatening Spanish police
with a knife. CCTV shows the man
brandishing a knife while approaching
the Spanish border with Morroco. He was reportedly shouting,
"Allahu Akbar". The man is brought down
by a white traffic barrier before being tackled by police. One officer was cut on the hand
but no one was seriously injured. The Spanish Interior Minister
has commended the rapid, coordinated and
professional conduct of police. American designer Michael Kors
has gone shoe shopping, and looks to have
expensive taste. The fashion house has agreed
to buy luxury shoe label Jimmy Choo for $1.47 billion in cash. It's the fifth time
the British brand's ownership has changed hands
since its inception in 1996. Jimmy Choo's CEO and creative
director will remain in charge. Here's Kochie.

Let's get onto the real finance, thanks, Eddie. The Dow Jones is a thanks to good off its from McDonald's. The driving force of American capitalism. There has been a poor result from Alphabet, the parent company of Google. They had to fork out for fines paid to European regular Tory authorities. Regular Tory authorities.

Commodities, gold is

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And 61 British p.

The Supreme Court of NSW
is allowing close to 1,000 disgruntled
Dick Smith shareholders to file their class action
against the collapsed retailer. Craig James is at CommSec. Morning, Craig. What are they hoping

They are hoping to get some of their losses recouped. What they will be claiming through the lawyers is that in 2015 when there was a four-year and half-year updates bite Dick Smith, the directors said that everything was fine. He said the company was in good shape. Really, that was not the good case. That was not the case. When those shareholders in 2015 bought them with the expectation the company was viable, if that was not the case, they may have the ability to go through the insurers of Dick Smith and recoup some of their losses. It may take a bit more time, there is a lot more court time to walk and work through these things.Let's get sport.

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Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley
has admitted it's unlikely

Pendlebury underwent
a second bout of surgery on Monday after complications
with a broken finger. He's expected to miss
at least four more weeks but, with just five games
remaining, he may not return. Ricky Stuart won't be fined
for his explosive attack on NRL officials
last Saturday night. The Raiders coach
has totalled $120,000 in fines for blasting referees
during his coaching career but will be served with
a breach notice on this occasion. Emily Seebohm has won bronze
in the 100m backstroke at the World Championships. Mitch Larkin took sixth in
the men's 100m backstroke final while Emma McKeon qualified
second-fastest for the 200m freestyle final. Day 4 will be live and free
on 7TWO from 5:30pm Eastern. Novak Djokovic is set to miss
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as he continues to struggle
with an elbow injury. The Serb has a bone bruise
in his right elbow and will need 12 weeks to heal which will mean he won't
be at Flushing Meadows.

This morning
I'm on the Gold Coast, counting down to the
biggest event of next year, the Commonwealth Games. I'm joined by table tennis
ambassador, Jake Duffy. You're only 19 years old.

A lot of athletes wait their entire life to play, love games on home soil. Figures cross that will happen next year. That is amazing. That'll be my aim. It is my goal to compete in the Commonwealth games at home. I will just try my best. The venue is out by Movie World. Who are you up against?We have some world-class athletes competing from Singapore, England, Nigeria stop they are really highly ranked and it will be stiff, edition. I believe Australia can get some metals.Table tennis at the top level is such a fast game. Do you always see the all or is more about instinct and feel.It is extremely fast at the majority of technique is just relying on instinct, yeah. It is amazing to watch. All the best. We will see you in April on the Gold Coast. 252 days to go. A beginner from an ambassador this morning.Don't they hold the bat really kind of half on the round bit, don't they? Have you ever noticed that? Compared to how we play at home.OK, what is the best grip, the rats? OK, Jake. What is the best grip?There is the shake and grip and the pen grip. The majority of the Chinese used the pen grip.Compared from transferring skills from the Commonwealth games to the pub, that would be one of the best. I am much better at the

Now to today's weather,
and Sam Mac is in Sydney's West.

Stop good morning. National Tree Day is on this Sunday. 280,000 students at various schools around the country are involved in leading trees, which we love. Daniela, are you enjoying being involved?Yes. What is your favourite part of the experience?My favourite part of the experience is that it is fun. It is fun isn't it. Why is it important to plant these trees? Because it makes air.Oxygen. That is right. Who else can tell me why it is important to do this? Yelena it helps animals as well. It helps animals, that is important. Which animal does it help?Birds.Birds, koalas. You make it helps pollution. It clears pollution in the air. Good job, guys. It is about the education. We will have more about these legends doing their bit for the environment. Let's check the weather.

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Ahead on Sunrise, another pollie
citizenship bungle. This time
it's a government senator, and he's blaming his mum! Smoking hot! Kendall Jenner accused of being
a bad role model after posing with a cigarette. And why Kate Winslet
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Good morning, Brisbane.
What winter? Sunshine for you today
and a top of 26. The Gold Coast,
25 for you today and sunny. Sydney, another sunny day
with a top of 22. And Melbourne, 14 today
and a shower or two expected.

The Turnbull government
is seeking legal advice to see if Queensland
senator Matt Canavan can stay in Parliament
despite a citizenship bungle. Two Greens senators
have already resigned because they are dual citizens. This time around, Senator
Canavan said his mother applied for him
to become an Italian citizen 11 years ago, but did not tell him
until recently. It is a hot topic this morning. To discuss it we are joined
by Alan Jones from 2GB and 4BC and 'Herald Sun' columnist
Rita from Melbourne. Alan, if Canovan was
a state politician, this would not be an issue because they can hold
dual citizenship. Should our federal politicians
be allowed to hold it? I think the Turnbull Government
is in a bit of a bind here because they made such a song
and dance over the two Greens. There is a fair bit here
we are not being told. I think the date 2006
is fairly significant about the mother
taking out citizenship. And my understanding is there is
a significant dislocation in the family at that time which became very public
in relation to Canavan's father. The mother has taken out
citizenship, I guess, with the view, because they may want to
leave the country or should leave the country. Reportedly, she did the same
thing for the children. He says he did not know anything
about that and said that he has not signed
any appropriate documents. I simply say that there is
a bit more to this story than we are being told. Whether or not
he is a dual citizen, if he hasn't signed
the appropriate documents, I think, is a question which will have to
be resolved in a legal way. It isn't what it appears to be,
I think. Rita, this is very different
to being born in another country. She did it without his knowledge,
he did not sign anything. He has had no correspondence. First of all, how can you become a citizen
of another country and not know about it
and not sign anything? It does seem astonishing that someone else
could sign you up and give your allegiance
to another nation without your say. So, he was 25 at the time -
it is not like he was a child. Apparently,
that is how it works. Once the mother became
an Italian citizen, her descendants
are also Italian citizens. To me, it seems to be
a fairly cut-and-dry rule. It might be grossly unfair, it might be completely
nothing to do with him, but ignorance is no defence and if he is a citizen
of another nation, he is not fit to sit
in our Senate according to the current laws. So, this is an enormous issue
for the government and what a mother
of all screw-ups. What was she thinking?
(LAUGHTER) I know, imagine the call
from the mother. "You did what, Mum?" We need to change it,
do you think? I don't think
it will ever get changed, because most of the population is actually quite happy
with this law. I cannot see it changing. If the vote was put
to the people, it would have zero chance
of getting through. We talked about this
when the Greens got done and we thought it was
an unfair rule then. The question is - did he or did he not know? I think at the time, he would have been
in serious conversations with his mother
over a lot of issues. I hope he didn't know. That's what he is saying
is the truth, but we will know more about it
as this unfolds. OK, let's go to one of your
favourite topics, Alan Jones, the Kardashian clan.
Oh, come off it. I am out of here. Kendell Jenner has been accused
of lab rising smoking.

Glamour rising smoking.

This is a serious topic. She posted an Instagram photo of
her naked with a cigarette, along with the caption,
"I don't smoke." Given smoking is legal,
should she be facing criticism? The Cancer Council is calling
on advertising standards to be updated, because more people are doing
this on Instagram, Alan. I know she's smoking,
but was she on fire is what we need to know. This is up the alley
of two girls, I will pull out of here
except to say - I mean while every government makes this damn smoking business
legal and takes heaps
and heaps of money, I don't think they can be
pointing the finger at anyone who has a smoke. It is legal, but why are we talking
about this woman? Well, Rita, more and more
influences. influencers. Over to you Rita. More and more influences like her
smoking on Instagram. Well, I had a look, and this image
has around 3 million likes which is enormous. Then again, she could put up
a picture of a pencil and she would get
3 million likes. Given her disastrous campaign
for Pepsi, this might actually reduce
the rates of smoking if that campaign
is anything to go by. Look, it is a very artistic shot and I can understand if she
wants to be holding a cigarette for artistic reasons but it is glamourising smoking,
you would have to say. Hopefully kids are smart enough
not to start smoking because they have seen that. Were you are like, Rita,
or a dislike? I don't follow her. I would like to see you
on Instagram, Alan. You are now on Twitter
but you are not an Insta. I am on Insta, I am on Insta. I will look you up.
Please do. We have got Alan talking about
the Kardashian clan. There you go.
Let's finish there. Here's Kochie. Coming up -

I think Greg Norman inspired that.

more road rage violence
caught on camera. A driving dispute erupts
into an all-out brawl at a Western Sydney intersection.

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This Sunrise showbiz report KD Lang wraps up
her Australian tour this week. The Grammyw-inning music icon
has received standing ovations and rave reviews
for her concerts which celebrate 25 years
of her famed 'Ingenue' album. I sat down with KD to reflect
on her incredible career. Do you sometimes think
how did a girl who's the daughter of a teacher from the prairies of Canada
get here? You know I didn't
for years and years, but recently I kind of have,
and I've moved back to Canada and have
a much simpler life now. Now is when I can reflect on it
and go "holy mackerel, "how did I do that? "And have the drive and tenacity
to take on the world?" My full interview with KD Lang
is coming up after 7:30. Kate Winslet
and Leonardo DiCaprio are probably the most iconic
best friends in the world after they won hearts
in 'Titanic'. Now,
you can break bread with them. A private dinner with the duo
is one of the many items being auctioned off
at DiCaprio's annual gala event in St Tropez. It's all to raise money
for Leo's foundation which has allocated
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the new film will be in cinemas. Not a lot is known
about the film yet, but it's understood that
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slash his wrists than return to the role, but two sources have revealed
that the price was right. There's also plenty
of speculation that Adele will record
the theme song again after her Oscar winning song
'Skyfall' blew everyone away. The Kardashians and Jenners
are never far away from a bit of controversy, and Kendall is the latest
member of the family to break the internet. She posted this photo
from a recent photoshoot.

I know it is quite distracting but have a look at the cigarette there.

Now, stripping off is nothing new
for the Victoria Secret model, but it's the cigarette
she's posing with that has angered fans
and health experts alike, accusing her
of glamorising smoking despite saying
she doesn't actually smoke. It comes only a few months
after Kendall was criticised for this Pepsi commercial, where she seemingly put an end
to a race riot thanks to a can of soft drink.

Despite the controversy that photo has had more than 3 million likes. So some people don't mind it. She has quite dirty feet.

It's 7:00.
Our top stories on Sunrise - New developments -

A driving dispute erupts into an all-out brawl at an intersection. New developments another poly citizenship bungle.

Here we go again! This time, it's
a government senator breaching the rules, and he's blaming his mum
for the mother-of-all mistakes. New pictures, dramatic arrests - Heavily armed police
seize weapons, drugs and cash, in lightning raids on bikies. Happening today - Cardinal George Pell
to face court in Melbourne over historical sexual offences. Weather alert,
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with Eddy and the news. Police are appealing
for witnesses after another violent road rage
incident was caught on camera, this time in south west Sydney. Live to Seven News reporter,
Jessica Dietrich. Jess, this was ugly,
what happened?

It was a pretty bad bust up at a set of traffic lights at Maryland. It happened at about 5 PM yesterday afternoon at peak hour. It would have been witnessed by a lot of drivers. We see about form and possibly more pullover into cars in the middle of that intersection and they are pulling each other out of the cars, there is shoving and pushing and punches are thrown. One man had his shirt pulled over his head and was kicked in the face. The witnesses reporting this could not do anything but stand by and watch.

Whoa! Come down there.Police are hoping to speak to the witnesses who filmed this as they try to identify the cars of the men responsible for holding traffic up in this horrible matter.

In breaking news - a man is in custody, arrested over the brutal killing
of a woman in Melbourne. Detectives detained
the 75 year old this morning, after the body of a woman was found in her Richmond home
yesterday afternoon. It's believed the 49-year-old had been slashed on the neck
with a blade. The victim's boyfriend
raised the alarm after sensing something was wrong
when he arrived for a visit. He asked a neighbour for help and they found the woman
on the kitchen floor. Cash, drugs and ammunition parts
have been seized after raids on properties associated with outlaw
motorcyle gangs in northern NSW. The riot squad and detectives
were responding to recent violence
in the Tweed Heads area, believed to be related
to tension between rival gangs. We're determined not to have
public acts of violence in our area, and any member
of an outlaw motorcycle gang that thinks
they can get away with this should realise
that there will be consequences. The raids are part
of a cross border operation with police in Queensland. An abandoned shop
has been destroyed by fire on the New South Wales
Central Coast. Emergency crews were called
to the two storey building on William Street at Gosford
around 10:00 last night to find it well alight. Thankfully, no-one was injured. Cardinal George Pell
will begin his fight against historical
sexual offence charges when he appears in court
in Melbourne this morning. Live to Seven News senior Morning, Chris. What's expected to happen today?

The appearance of Cardinal George Pell will be short and sweet today. Experts are saying it could be over in a matter of minutes. It is a tiling hearing, and administrative process if you like. They will be setting down the dates for the swapping of the police brief and making the day for his next court appearance. Experts say the process could take up to two years to see through to completion. No special arrangements for the 76 Cardinal today, one court official telling me today it is is this as usual. He will be lining up with any number of accused, 80 criminals and the like as he files into Melbourne Magistrates Court this morning at around 10 AM.

By his own admission, today is a day Cardinal Pell
has been waiting for for some time. I'm looking forward
to having my day in court. News of these charges
strengthens my resolve. A chance to finally face
his accusers in court and defend himself against
historical sex allegations. Today, Victoria Police have
charged Cardinal George Pell with historical
sexual assault offences. The cardinal will appear at the Melbourne
Magistrate's Court at 10am, for what will be an historic hearing
for the Catholic church, which has been left reeling
by the accusations leveled against
its top financial officer. The gravity of the situation
is not lost on the institution. When the cardinal does walk
into the courtroom, he will be
the most senior Catholic to ever face court
charged with sex offences, charges he has vehemently denied. I'm innocent of these charges.
They are false.

The Cardinal won't get
any special treatment when he appears today. Filing into a small courtroom
for a hearing which could be over
in a matter of minutes. Just the first step in a legal battle
tipped to last years.

There had been some speculation yesterday that Cardinal Pell might not even turn up today, because he does not have too illegally he could send his lawyers. He wouldn't have flown all the way up from the Vatican if you did not want to be inside this building today his representative said.

A man will face court today charged over a sickening attack
on a woman in Brisbane. Police allege the 27-year-old doused Sigourney Coles
with petrol, before setting her alight
inside her Bracken Ridge home. It's understood Miss Coles had
only met the man a fortnight ago. He allegedly fled the scene
in a car but was later found
at a nearby address. Miss Coles remains
in intensive care where she is being treated
for burns to her arms and chest. Queensland Senator Matt Canavan
has stood down from Cabinet after it was revealed his mother made him an
Italian citizen 11 years ago. Seven News reporter Freya Cole
is in Canberra. Freya, this is bad news
for the Government? Well, Eddy, no government
would wish this upon itself. Matt Canavan has been dubbed
the rising star of the Nationals, so the government will fight hard when the matter is heard
in court. The resources minister
quit Cabinet last night after his mother told him
he was an Italian citizen. But he has not stepped down
from the Senate, because he and the government believe he is not in breach
of Section 44. Under this constitutional ruling, you are not allowed
to run for office if you have an allegiance
to a foreign power. But Senator Canavan
claims he had no knowledge of his Italian citizenship, because his mother registered him
without his consent back in 2006
when he was 25 years old. I was not born in Italy,
I've never been to Italy, and to my knowledge, I have never stepped foot in the
Italian consulate or embassy. While I knew my mother
had become an Italian citizen, I had no knowledge myself that
I had become an Italian citizen, nor had I requested to become
an Italian citizen. This is just two weeks after
the shock resignation of Gormer greens co-deputies
Scott Ludlam and Larissa Waters who both hold dual citizenship. When this happened to the Greens, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
described it as incredible sloppiness
and extroadinary negliegence. His Deputy Barnaby Joyce
was more reserved, saying the government
could not afford to start throwing rocks, because the mistake could be made
by others. Eddy, here we are - the mistake has happened
and it might not be the last. The ashes of
Justine Ruszczyk-Damond will be returned to Australia. News Corp reports
her American fiance

Terror remains will be sent back to her home country with her partner's blessing.

A memorial will be held
for the 40-year-old next month in Minnesota, where she was fatally shot
by a police officer almost a fortnight ago.

Warning, we are about to show images of a deceased indigenous person. Doctor Yunupingu passed away today. He shot to stardom in 2008 when his other went for platinum. (SINGS IN INDIGENOUS

During his career he performed for the Pope, Queen Elizabeth and Barack Obama. His family is expected to be offered a state funeral.

American designer Michael Kors
has gone shoe shopping, and looks to have
expensive taste. The fashion house has agreed
to buy luxury shoe label Jimmy Choo for $1.47 billion in cash. It's the fifth time
the British brand's ownership has changed hands
since its inception in 1996. Jimmy Choo's CEO and creative
director will remain in charge. Japan's oldest zoo has released a video
of one of its newest residents. This adorable baby panda was
born around a month ago in Tokyo to 11-year-old mother Shin Shin. She is the first giant panda cub
to be born at the zoo in five years. The local government says it will
start collecting suggestions for names from the public
later this week.

I love a panda story stop here is Mark Brett on the Gold Coast.

Canberra forward Sia Soliola has been slapped
with a five-game suspension for his sickening shot on
Melbourne fullback Billy Slater. The Kiwi international
emerged from his hearing remorseful and apologetic. He's due to return in Round 26. Coincidentally, that's when
the Raiders next meet the Storm. The Demons had another injury
scare at training yesterday with Neville Jetta
rolling an ankle. But he's expected to face
North Melbourne. Max Gawn also has
an ankle problem and failed to train while Nathan Jones could be given
another week off. Emily Seebohm has won bronze
in the 100m backstroke at the World Championships. Mitch Larkin took sixth in
the men's 100m backstroke final, while Emma McKeon qualified
second-fastest for the 200m freestyle final.

Day four is live and free on seven to this afternoon.

Michael Cheika will travel
to Brisbane next month to discuss with Quade Cooper why he's been overlooked for
the Wallabies Bledisloe squad. The Aussies are currently in camp
in Newcastle, Tatafu Polota-Nau
describing it as "intense". In 252 days,
the biggest event of 2018 will begin
right here on the Gold Coast - the Commonwealth Games. I'm joined by the chairman
Peter Beattie, good morning.

Look at this beautiful weather mate! We know ticket sales are going well but what are the real opportunities to grab tickets at the moment. Where other good sports and good you could still twoAsk Kabul is great and a lot of the polymerase are in counselling Cairns for the country the Gold Coast. People can still get in and see gold medal event in weightlifting must quash, table tennis. Whatever you do, it is part of the Commonwealth games. The other important thing to mention is that when it comes to a combination, if you go online you can go through Tourism Gold Coast or Flight Centre and do a package deal. Book your ticket, your accommodation at the same time.That was a concern for people early on, the amount of accommodation. There is plenty of accommodation still?These 30,000 bed nights. We don't suggest they sleep on the beach but there is plenty of other races to do it.Any tips on the opening ceremony?It is fantastic, you are going to see the Gold Coast and Australia demoted to the world in a way that has never been done before. I have seen a whole lot of things this is one of the most exciting things.Who will sing the national anthem?I can't tell you that will be someone very talented. For you go I have something for you. Remember you hosted this event at Buckingham Palace two you did a great job. Buckingham Palace, one of his biggest gigs.And give very much. That is a pleasure.All the best mate.That is going straight to the pool room.Very cute.

Now to today's weather,
with Sam Mac in Sydney's West.

We are at Penrith public school. The are teaming up with Toyota because it is National Tree Day this Sunday right around the country people are getting involved. 2000 schools involved nationally which we love, we will have more seen stop let's check your weather around Australia.

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A low pressure trough
is generating showers over south-eastern
South Australia and showers and storms over southern and eastern
Victoria and Tasmania. A cold front is causing showers
to increase in the south-west. Onshore winds are producing cloud
and light showers in Queensland and parts of the
New South Wales coast. 26 for Brisbane and sunny. Sydney, sunny and 22. 14 in Canberra
and a possible shower. Melbourne,
14 and a shower or two. Showers easing in Hobart and 10. Partly cloudy in Adelaide and 17. 20 in Perth and the chance
of a morning storm, and Darwin, 33 and sunny.

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Another violent
road rage incident has been captured on camera. It happened around 5:00 yesterday
afternoon at a busy intersection
at Merrylands in Sydney's West. It appears to have started
as a verbal arguement that escalated into an ugly brawl
involving at least four men.

They threw hunches, attacked each other in broad daylight in front of shocked motorists.

(YELLING)(BLEEP) It comes a day after
video emerged of a man punching a women
in the face on the NSW central coast.

She has admitted to throwing a chisel at her attackers car. Police are calling for drivers to chill out and stay calm.Assaults of any sort and not acceptable stop if something happens that aggravates you on the road you do not take matters into your own hands you certainly do not assault another person. If somebody does something wrong you bring the police and we will deal with the matter and the offender.

Police are seeking witnesses
to either of the incidents.

Let's bring in sunrise psychologist. What drives fuel brokerage? Monash University research unit actually conducted research and found that when people feel that other people are driving in ways that they should not they get very angry stop at two that sleep deprivation, alcohol and other drugs are congested roads, and need for control, low frustration tolerance, it all has a terrible, terrible effect long-term.It seems to have taken another step, idiot drivers have been on the roads for generations that usually just give them a whole or give them the finger or whatever, now people get out of their cars, they throw things at cars, as is always been happening or are we just seeing it more because of cameras?We're definitely seeing it more. The research says that 86% of us say that we are feeling aggressive behind the wheel. Believe it or not, 20% of people admit to chasing cars when they annoy them. I think we do need to do something to calm down behind the wheel. We are just getting angrier and angrier stops smell the roses every hour. Listening to classical music has been found to calm every body down so listen to that in your car.

Cardinal George Pell will appear
in a Melbourne court today on charges relating to alleged
historical sexual offences. The 76-year-old returned
to Australia earlier this month after taking a leave of absence
from the Vatican. Speaking in Rome
before his departure, he strenuously denied
the allegations. Investigative journalist
Louise Milligan is the bestselling author of 'Cardinal: The Rise and Fall
of George Pell'. Good morning to you, Louise. How significant
is today's court appearance? It is unbelievably significant. You know, this is a man
who was, as we've been saying, was the third most senior person
in the Vatican. But he is someone who has been
marked out for greatness pretty much all his life. Right back to the time when
he was at school in Ballarat and when he entered the seminary and was sent off to Propaganda
Fide University in Rome, which was sort of Rome's
finishing school for priests. He has always been
a deeply ambitious man with an enormous amount
of self-confidence. He is someone who is a divisive
figure in the Catholic Church in Australia and beyond. Nothing to do
with these charges, let's leave that to court,
but just his personal beliefs. For a lot of Catholics, he is someone who is a return
to a muscular, you know, form of the faith,
and for others, one survivor of a paedophile
priest in Ballarat said to me, "He is almost
like a pantomime figure", you know - he comes on the stage
and people boo and hiss because of his views on things
like female priests or gay marriage, or, you know,
abortion, those sorts of things. So you can see why the eyes
of not just Australia but the world
are on this person. Because it is unprecedented
to have someone of his seniority in the Vatican charged with multiple
historic sexual offences. Just on that, Louise, how closely
will the Catholic Church be involved
in the proceedings here? I'm not entirely sure
about that. I'm sure they will be
keeping arms length, because George Pell, despite
the fact that he is a cardinal, and he is Australia's
most senior Catholic, he is also in this place, in the Melbourne
Magistrates' Court, just another defendant. And I suppose
that the Catholic Church will have to be aware of that,
just like the rest of us are. OK, Louise Milligan, thank you so much
for your time this morning. Here is Kochie. A third senator
has now been struck down by a citizenship oversight. Nationals' Matt Canavan
has quit the Cabinet, but not resigned his spot
in the Senate, after discovering his mum
made an application for Italian citizenship and without his knowledge
in 2006. According to
the Italian government, I am a citizen of Italy. I was not born in Italy,
have never been to Italy, and to my knowledge, have not set foot in
an Italian Consulate or Embassy. Barnaby Joyce will take over Canavan's
Cabinet responsibilities, while the matter is referred
to the High Court. Seven News political editor
Mark Riley Riles, if it's not one thing,
it's your mother. What's the government
asking the High Court to clarify?

Good morning. I love the headlines this morning "Mama BR". This is a very serious issue for Matthew Canavan's career stop what the government is going to argue the High Court is that this was done without his knowledge and without his consent. He did not sign any documents, he'd did not, he was not asked at any stage when he wanted to become an Italian citizen and he has not had any correspondence with the Italian embassy or government or local authorities in Italy who have signed him up as a citizen. The law is very clear on this and it is very strict. We have seen two senators fall foul of it now. Jackie Kelly in New South Wales fell foul that.Are we stricter than other countries on this? The first issue is what countries allows your mother to sign you up as a citizen, apart from that we are the most multicultural country in the world are we going to far with this sort of stuff?The trouble is that this is embedded in the Constitution which was written in 1901 and now reflects a very different Australia to 2017. Over 2 million Australian's have all citizenship and there are a lot of Australian to have citizenship by way of patch analogy. I know a lot of politicians have seen their parents about this and have gone to the contrary and have gone to embassies and they have discovered that they were jewel citizens, this is before they became candidates and they have relinquished that other citizenship. Malcolm Turnbull he did not have a lot of sympathy for the Greens when they fell foul of this rule. He said it was over quite extraordinary negligence" And all the rest of it. The law is the law, a lot of people face law and say it is unfair but this is the Constitution and this guy is a legislator and he has fallen foul of the law. It seems unfair but it is the law.

Tonight accused drug trafficker
Cassie Sainsbury will appear in a Colombian court, where it's expected
she will finally enter a plea. The 22-year-old South Australian
has been locked in a Colombian prison
since April, when it's alleged she tried
to smuggle nearly 6kg of cocaine hidden in headphones. Colombian authorities have
given Cassie an ultimatum - dob in the drug-smuggler ring
she allegedly worked for, or spend 30 years behind bars. International law expert from Newcastle. Good morning. If she pleads not guilty tonight
how would you expect the legal process to play out?

She will eventually be brought to trial and if convicted she will face a very lengthy jail sentence in Colombia in harsh conditions. Following that, the conclusion of any 's incentives, she would likely also be required to serve a period of parole in Colombia. If she pleads not guilty and is convicted she is going to require considerable financial and emotional support from family and friends to manage in the coming years.What are the chances of someone like this being able to dob in someone higher up the chain to get that reduced sentence? Certainly if she has information that she is willing to share I think the authorities are going to be very interested in negotiating a deal and her local lawyer has said that she could bring her sentence down from say 30 years to as little as four years. Of course, if the prosecuting authorities are really interested in getting useful information from Cassie and if she has that information to give she is going to have concerns for her safety in prison in Colombia stop she will require some sort of witness protection arrangement. The other option would be for her to plead guilty if she wishes but not offer any other information in which case she could still possibly see a reduction in her sentence. It is a witty diet predicament, isn't it? Thank you for your time.

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It's news time now with Eddy. Another day, another
violent road rage incident caught on camera,
this time, in south-west Sydney. Live to Seven News reporter
Jessica Dietrich.

For men were involved in the incident believe to have happened at pool peak hour. Do we know how this all began? It was a pretty violent bus stop we are still very early days in terms of why this man have started falling in this manner. We are hearing that it was peak hour yesterday around 5 PM at this set of traffic lights at Maryland. You see at least two cars pull up is about four men possibly even more pulling each other out of their cars yelling, kicking, screaming. Punches were thrown, one man has his shirt pulled over his head and is need in the face. A lot of drivers going past could not do anything to stop this from going on.

Woe! What are you doing!

Police are hoping to speak with some of the drivers that witnessed the shocking brawl yesterday. They are reviewing the video to try to identify the men responsible and also to get out what has led to this, why they would be holding up traffic in such a terrible fashion.

In breaking news, an elderly man has been arrested over the stabbing death
of a woman in Melbourne. Detectives detained
the 75-year-old this morning, after the body of a woman
was found in her Richmond home yesterday afternoon. It's believed the 49-year-old with a blade. The victim's boyfriend
raised the alarm after sensing something was wrong
when he arrived for a visit. He asked a neighbour for help and they found the woman
on the kitchen floor. The government is going to fight to keep Matt Canavan
in parliament, taking his dual citizenship case
to the high court. The Resources Minister resigned from Malcolm Turnbull's Cabinet
yesterday, after his mother told him
he was an Italian citizen. He claims that his mother
registered him without ever informing him. In the short time
I had available, I have not been able to attain
definitive legal advice as to whether my registration
as an Italian citizen, without my knowledge or consent,
was valid under Italian law. If Mr Canavan is forced
to quit Parliament, he will be the third senator
to lose their seat due to dual citizenship
in recent weeks. Cardinal Pell is preparing
to face a Melbourne court to defend historical
sex allegations. There will be no
special treatment for the church's top financial
advisor in the courtroom. This is despite the fact he's the most senior Catholic
official to face these charges. He's expected to arrive
at Melbourne Magistrate's Court at 10am before the hearing
will get underway. The hearing itself may last
as little as a few minutes. But it's just the first step
in legal proceedings which could play out for years. Police targeting
outlaw motorcycle gangs have seized cash, drugs
and ammunition in raids on two propeties
in northern NSW. The riot squad and detectives
were responding to recent violence
in the Tweed Heads area, believed to be related
to tension between rival gangs. We're determined not to have
public acts of violence in our area, and any member
of an outlaw motorcycle gang that thinks they can get away
with this should realise that
there will be consequences. A 39-year-old man was issued
with a warning for consorting. A woman remains in intensive care after she was doused in petrol
and set alight in her own home. Police allege a 27-year-old man broke into Sigourney Coles'
Bracken Ridge home before attacking her. It's understood the pair
only met a fortnight ago. He allegedly fled the scene
in a car but was found at a nearby address
and arrested. He will face court later today. Accused Australian drug mule
Cassie Sainsbury will return to court
tomorrow, as her legal team work
to negotiate a deal for a reduced sentence. Sainsbury has been told to dob in
members of the drug syndicate she allegedly worked for, in order to strike
a plea bargain. If she agrees, she'll be placed
in witness protection to guard her against revenge
attacks from drug cartels. Well certainly
if she has information that she is willing to share, I think the authorities
are going to be very interested in negotiating a deal...

Her local lawyer has said that she could ring her sentence down from say 30 years to as little as four years.It is beginning to feel like Christmas. Well Christmas in July. Sydney is bracing for the warmest July weekend in 27 years. Seven meteorologist Tony Auden joins us now. What is causing these warm conditions? Normally I'm standing here talking about how cold is at this time of year stop it is a dozens price for the eastern states it is all about and Northern MS

dozens price for the eastern states
it is all about and Northern MS getting dragged down the coast over the weekend. We are starting to see clear skies Wooding, these are the forecast images for this afternoon. These are areas above 30, mostly in the Top End and pushing down into Queensland. South East Queensland including Brisbane has been enjoying tempted in the mid-'20s for the last couple of weeks. We are seeing a cold front bringing showers and snow down in Victoria. High pressure is starting to take over in the north as the cold I could start to get bigger. That is especially the case this weekend as cold northerly winds drive that warm air down from the tropics into New South Wales. As a result it will be a very warm weekend ahead stop how long can we bask in the sunny conditions forUnfortunately not too long a strong cold front is due by the end of the week. Here is what we have to look for to, damages well above average in New South Wales and Queensland. New South Wales up by 30. Melbourne and Canberra are even warming up to the high teens before somewhat weather. Parts of New South Wales could nudge 30. Sydney is tracking for 26. It will be close to a new July record if that happens. We start to see the impact of that cold front down south cooler temperatures in the mid- tense and a bit of wet weather. You could almost rake out the swimmers this weekend.

Prince Philip's official
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Billy Slater has revealed
he can't remember Origin III after being heavily concussed
on Saturday night. Slater was knocked out
by a high shot from Sia Soliola and is hasn't been named for the Melbourne's NRL clash
with Manly on Sunday. Soliola was suspended
for five games by the judiciary last night. Port Adelaide's AFL campaign
has suffered a major blow with Chad Wingard ruled out
for up to a month. Scans have revealed
his ankle sprain is worse than first thought, meaning he'll also miss next Sunday's showdown
with the Crows. Emily Seebohm says
she's stoked with bronze in the 100m backstroke
at the World Championships. And Emma McKeon
qualified second fastest for the 200m freestyle final. Seven News reporter Alex Hart
is in Budapest with the latest. Emily Seebohm came here
as the defending world champion but she had to settle for Bronze
in the 100m backstroke, beaten by a new world record
for gold and 0.01s for silver, not that she was disappointed. At the Olympics,
she finished seventh as she battled endometriosis which she kept private
at the time. You know I had
to look after myself first and it took a while to recover
from all of that. Her boyfriend Mitch Larkin was
also the defending world champion in the men's 100m backstroke, but he missed out on a medal,
finishing sixth. After silver
in the 100m butterfly, Emma McKeon was in action again. Qualifying second fastest
for the 200m freestyle final. She'll need to beat US superstar
Katie Ledecky to win gold on Day 4. Our live and free coverage begins
on 7TWO at 5:30pm Eastern.

Don't forget Australian NBA superstar and all around rate like Patty Mills is stopping by to chat shortly.Hugely exciting.One of the worlds nicest people as well. Samak is in Sydney's west planting trees today.I am! And we have a special guest, Jamie Durie is here. Gardening expert and legend of TV. Great to see you mate. Let's talk about the fact that you almost did not make it here. We have a photo because you had an issue with your car, you had a flat tire and you only got here two minutes ago.I had of flat tire in my hybrid car. I changed my tire and just made it. I am here.The first thing you do when you get a flat tire is take a self be? That is exactly what I did. I just needed to prove it to you guys. Nine pulled over to help you? It is shocking, isn't it twoYou have a been involved since day one stop how many years have you been involved?Where put 22 million trees into the ground in 23 years. These guys are into it, right? Tree Day! They love it. Friday is schools tree Day where all the schools get involved and Sunday is National Tree Day and that is right across Australia you can find sites, you just go to tree Day .org.au and they will supply you with seedlings. In a minute we'll get our hands dirty even though they are already dirty from changing the tire.He has grease on his fingers for a fact.

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What are we planting here?I am a little concerned about Sam's work shoes. What is going on here?Hey! I am not even pretending to be annoyed I am actually annoyed at you.Are so neat, it was horrible! Why he's like the Lee at school. Quick tipfor planting.Plan the two deep keep them up nice and high like that and when you get them in the ground crate a little well around the outside like that so the water actually comes into the plant. This is perfect, do you want to give it a water?Even up for Jamie Durie today to stop he is an ambassador for National Tree Day.

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Australian Eastern Standard Time. KD Lang is a music icon. And she has a long history
with Sunrise. KD was one of the first singers
to perform in this studio after we moved in. Nine years and hundreds
of Sunrise performances later, hers remains
one of the very best. # She tied you
to her kitchen chair # She broke your throne
and she cut your hair # And from your lips
she drew the hallelujah... # I was a very junior producer
at the time, and had to go around Sydney
and find the perfect Persian rug for you to stand on. That was my job.
That was your job. So, I hope it was OK. Well, I don't remember,
so it must have been good. What is with the
performing in no shoes? It just makes me
feel more comfortable, more grounded, more natural,
more at ease. The voice is an instrument and the body is the vessel
of the instrument. And what an instrument it is. KD's gift has translated
to millions of albums sold and four Grammy Awards won. Now, she's back on tour
in Australia, celebrating the 25th anniversary
of her famed 'Ingenue' album. # Constant craving... # Everyone who sees you perform
talks of this pure voice and the emotion Does that get exhausting? Yep. Definitely. It is exhausting every night, but it is also rejuvenating
at the same time. It is what I do,
I don't know anything else. It is like to be able
to sing every night and to try and deliver
it as honestly and to try and understand
the lyrics when I am delivering them, and really translate
the music and the lyric to the audience
as a storyteller, as a narrative,
you know, it is a lot of work. This tour is
a reflective one for KD. Her global success in 1992
was not without hurdles. There was a lot
of controversy at the time, there was a lot of controversy
at the time. I had just done People for the Ethical Treatment
of Animals' PSA talking about vegetarianism. I came out as a lesbian and also I made
a very obvious switch from country music to pop music so people were... There was a lot of anger
towards me at the time. Did coming out at the same time change the course of this
record... ..Absolutely... ..or change the
course of your career? Yeah, it is inseparable. I don't think I was ever in, but during my whole country
career, people were always like, needling around, and then I just decided
that it was time because it felt like the
socially responsible thing to do because there was a lot
of homophobia at the time because of AIDS, and I just bit the bullet
and just spoke the truth. Didn't your record company
try and talk you out of coming out
around the same time? There were a few people
at the record company, yeah, trying to say, "It is not necessary,
you don't have to do that". I have heard you describe
yourself as a 'dykon', which in Japanese would
be a radish, but I think in this context it
is something slightly different. Yep. KD is one of the
most grounded stars I've met. Perhaps it's her Canadian blood. Perhaps, too, her
great fall after 'Ingenue'. The next album you released,
'All You Can Eat', didn't do as well. (IMITATES CRASHING SOUND). But why was that
so good for you? You look at that All of these experiences,
you know, the scars are the beautiful
details in one's life. I think a lot of it was
self sabotage. I really didn't want to have
to maintain the celebrity, it is so exhausting, and it is so distracting
from the pith of what makes an artist tick. KD has two concerts left
on this tour - in Sydney tonight and tomorrow. But if she has her way,
she'll be back. The sense of humour gels,
Canadians and Australians. Australians are slightly
different. Canadians are
slightly more self-defacing. Wow. I didn't think anyone
could be more self-defacing than Australians. Yeah. I think Canadians have
the edge on that, but I definitely feel
related to Australians and I feel
very comfortable here. # Hallelujah... #

# Hallelujah... #

KD Lang has two more shows tonight and tomorrow in Sydney. A few tickets left.

'The Castle' is one of
Australia's most iconic movies. And the Kerrigan family
home has become just as famous. Maybe you've dreamed of owning
that very house, or even taking the family
to Bonnie Doon for a well-earned break? Well, now you can. Our family lives
at 3 Highview Cres, Coolooroo. Dad bought this place
15 years ago for a steal. The weatherboard house from
Aussie classic 'The Castle' has become an icon
in it's own right. As Darryl Kerrigan said,
"A man's home is his castle." And today, it goes under
the hammer. Of, course the big question is... What's he asking?
$150. Tell him he's dreamin. $1,000 to $10,000
is what they typically sell for. The house comes
with all the trimmings. See that lace up there? Yeah.
Fake. Plastic. Gives the place
a Victoriana feel. The chimney? Fake too. Why is it there?
Charm. And of course
that much-loved pool room. Shot, Dale! The kitchen has had an upgrade But we're assured
it's still capable of producing the very best food. How's this, boys?
What doyou call this? Chicken.

Joining us now is the man who is dropped it is to sell this iconic house. He is not dreaming. Noel Kenny is with us. Is this the most famous house you have had to sell? Yes. Look, it would probably have to be the most famous house I have salt. Certainly not the best house almost glamorous at certainly the most famous.How much is it going to sell for?That is an interesting question and some people will know later today. We're only selling the house not the land so that is the cost of removing it which is up to the purchaser, that is around $40,000 to relocate the property. The owner is just keen to move on, they want to put a new property on it. We are expecting around the $5000 mark, maybe more.Wrote in the jousting sticks and you have an deal. Good luck with that.

Patty Mills has become one
of our most successfulexports. The Canberra-born
basketball champion has played for Australia
and forged a career in the NBA. He recently signed a $50 million
contract with his NBA team. Now, the triple Olympian
is back home for a special
Commonwealth Games announcement. COMMENTATOR: Four shots,
Mills to the round. Patty Mills is one of
the most talented point guards in the world. Drafted into the NBA in 2009, he eventually joined
the San Antonio Spurs. COMMENTATOR:
This is nice for the Aussie. OK. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie. With quick feet
and precision shots, Patty became the only
Indigenous Australian to win an NBA Championship. And his hard work has paid off. Earlier this month, he agreed to a four-year,
$50 million contract with the Spurs. As an Aussie Boomer, Patty
has played in three Olympics. COMMENTATOR:
Australia takes the lead for the first time in the game. In London, he led the tournament
with the most points per game, beating Americans
LeBron James and Kevin Durant. Patty is also fiercly proud
of his Indigenous heritage, giving back to rural communities
when he's home. Now, he's taking on a new role, as an ambassador for the
Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Patty Mills joins us now
from the Gold Coast.

Thank you so much for your time. Congratulations. How exciting is it to be named, games ambassador. What does this mean to you?It is very exciting. For me to be a part of this, games and the Gold Coast team is important to stop not being able to play in the Commonwealth aims for me, this ambassador role gives me a part a chance to be a part of the games. I am very excited about. You have just come back from the Torres Strait, spending time catching up with your relatives? Yes. It is a full on couple of weeks for us. We ended up going up to the Torres Strait to spend time with family the last couple of weeks, do some fishing all of the good stuff, spend some time with family.Check out to Mills's Instagram where he is doing a dance for his grandparents which is just wonderful stopYou are legendary, I have a 12-year-old son and a bully so cute in Australia right now they cannot believe that you have been on the court, you are a legend in your own right but that you are on the court with LeBron James you are coached by Popovich. What is your life like out there?Have to pinch yourself every now and then I think. For me to understand where I am and the teammates that I am in such a fortunate position to play alongside Tim Duncan, and obviously being coached by a rag top of each, to win an NBA championship with those guys is a very special feeling and on the journey to get to that point has taken a lot.You have also just written some kids. My grandkids are just getting into them at the moment. They love it. It is called Game Day. You left out your match day slogan.As you read the book, it is in their plenty. It was such an awesome journey to be able to go through a kids book and be able to have something to connect the kids at such a young age and teach them values and lessons that I went through as a kid to get to this point in my career so I am very excited about that.What a life, you started as a floor sweeper for the Canberra team, they Fort Saint Mary's and that you are in the MBA doing great stuff. Congratulations.Inc you guys. Thank you very much.What a great Australian.Get your kids to read the books, they are terrific.

Need a little extra cash? Well, chances are
you're sitting on a goldmine and don't even realise. New companies
have been popping up, allowing homeowners
to earn some big dollars. Sunrise reporter Shaun White
has more. Shaun.

Airbnb et cetera sort of cemented their place in Australia but there are so many new companies applied to all different parts of the house. Here is how much you can am.

What if you could turn your home
into a money-making machine? Yes, please. Well, this morning
I am going to show you five share economy services
that can do just that. Let's check them out. (MUSIC) Number one, from your car, to your caravan, or your garage, or the kitchen. Good morning.
Morning, how are you? Good, how are you? And of course, out the back. Hello.
Hi. Let's start in the driveway. Got a car? Well, like Hanif, you could be
using it to earn big bucks. Zoom2U is an on-demand courier
company using private cars. Hanif delivers documents, gifts
and important business papers and all at the touch of an app. The good news is there is
some serious cash to be made. Working as a full-time, I mean, you can earn from $800-$2000
in a week. I'm out of here.
I've got this job. But if delivery is not for you how about getting that parked
caravan to earn some cash? Awesome bunks here for the kids,
we have three bunks all with their own space. Really lovely kitchen,
full-size fridge and space for everyone
to eat inside and a queen bed for Mum and Dad. Camplify connects people
wanting to hire a caravan with owners not using theirs. With thousands to choose from
at home and overseas there will be a house on wheels
to suit all tastes and for those renting them out
expect big returns too. You are looking at anywhere
between $200-$300 a week for a small camper trailer up to say $1,000 a week for a caravan, a family bunk van
like this one. Anywhere up to $2,000 a week
for a big luxury RV. Next, gotta shed or a garage
or what about a spare room or attic
just sitting there empty? Get it on Spacer. It's a company connecting people
in need of storage with people
who have plenty of it. And the company says you can earn
around $4,000 a year renting out that space.
Not bad. It's idle space. Turn that spare space
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endo f year family holiday. Yeah, or a holiday
away from your family. If that is what you want! All this moneymaking
must be making you hungry. Well, let me introduce
Chetna Devjee. I love cooking
that's my passion. She uses her kitchen and works
as a cook for FoodByUs. It caters for busy people craving a nice homecooked meal
by a talented home chef. Chetna's specialty is Indian food but FoodByUs caters
for all tastes and needs. You won't find this
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Kochie would love this. Well, Kochie,
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make up to $3,000 a month and I'm tipping
Chetna's in for a big year. Shaun, that's not how we do it! You've got to put it in here. Righto, that's enough eating. Time to work off and what better way
than with a stroll with one of these guys. Trini Faulkner is a professional
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That is interesting.A lot of money isn't it?

Police are appealing
for witnesses after another violent road rage
incident was caught on camera, this time in western Sydney. Live to Seven News reporter
Jessica Dietrich.

It would have been witnessed by a lot of drivers even young families going home at the end of the day, it was around 5 PM when this video was taken in the middle of Merrylands at an intersection. You see at least two cars pull up there is about four men were there is a lot of pushing and shoving but then it escalates to punches being thrown, one man is seen with his shirt pulled over his head and he is need in the face. Some witnesses tried to intervene but there was not much they could do to stop this.

Woe! Come down man.Police have been made aware of this video they say they have not received any complaints so far but are looking at the video to try to identified the men responsible to speak to them about their behaviour. This is on the back of that incident earlier this week on the Central Coast where a woman was punched in the face. A man responsible for that is yet to be tracked down by police. Moving on to other news now Cardinal Pell is expected to appear in court this morning. Live to Chris Reason. There is already a queue outside the Magistrates Court to get in? There is indeed. Court officials keep telling us it is going to be is this as usual here today but not quite. Let's take a look at how much media is assembling here for this moment, what will be an historic moment for the parents of the Cardinal. I'm counting 25 cameras and they still two hours away from the expected arrival time of the Cardinal this morning. Also, just up the on Das here they are lining up from the front doors and back, cues of the public waiting to get into the small courtroom to see this moment as the Cardinal makes his first and on day one of this defence. It could last some two years. By his own admission today is a day Cardinal Pell has been waiting for for some time.I am looking forward to having my day in court. News of these charges strengthens my resolve.A chance to finally defend himself in court against historical sex allegations.Today Victoria Police have charged Cardinal George Pell with historical sex assault offences.The Cardinal will appear at court at 10 AM for what will be a historic hearing for the Catholic Church which is been left reeling at the accusations levelled against its chief financial officer. The gravity of the situation not lost on the institution. When the Cardinal does walk into the room he will be the most senior Catholic to ever face court charged with sex offences.I am innocent of these charges, they are false.The Cardinal will not get any special treatment when he appears today, filing into a small courtroom for a hearing which could be over in a matter of minutes. It is the first step in legal battle which could last years. To give you a sense of the interest involved here, this is a look at the media from both local and international outlets, our own cameramen here 24 experience make 24 years of expense of doing this beat and he says he has never seen this many cameras outside of this particular court. That tells you what is expected this morning. Not just locally here in Australia but he is grabbing the attention of media outlets world wide. Cardinal Pell is due to make his appearance inside when Magistrates Court at 10 AM.

A man is in custody, arrested over the brutal killing
of a woman in Melbourne. Detectives detained
the 75-year-old this morning after the body of a woman
was found in her Richmond home yesterday afternoon. It's believed the 49-year-old
had been slashed on the neck with a blade. The victim's boyfriend
raised the alarm after sensing something was wrong
when he arrived for a visit. He asked a neighbour for help and they found the woman
on the kitchen floor. Cash, drugs and ammunition parts
have been seized after raids on properties associated with outlaw motorcyle The riot squad and detectives
were responding to recent violence
in the Tweed Heads area, believed to be related
to tension between rival gangs. We're determined not to have
public acts of violence in our area, and any member
of an outlaw motorcycle gang that thinks they can get away
with this should realise that
there will be consequences. The raids are part
of a cross-border operation with police in Queensland. An abandoned shop has been
destroyed by fire on the NSW Central Coast. Emergency crews were called
to the two-storey building on William Street at Gosford
around 10:00 last night to find it well alight. Thankfully, no one was injured. Queensland Senator Matt Canavan
has stood down from Cabinet after it was revealed his mother made him an
Italian citizen 11 years ago. Seven News reporter Freya Cole
is in Canberra. Freya, this is bad news
for the Government?

Will he keep his seat in the Senate? The government will take this matter to the High Court in defence of Matthew Canavan who claims he has no knowledge of his Italian citizenship. Due to the complex nature of this matter he has quit cabinet with Barnaby Joyce taking on his responsibilities until the matter is dealt with. It comes just two weeks after the shock resignation of two green senators who also hold dual citizenship. Senator Cameron has lamed his mum for this saying she registered him for Italian citizenship in 2006 without his knowledge. This section of the Constitution is on flex but as it stands Matthew Canavan is in breach so the government will have to deal with this in a timely matter. The ashes of Justine Ruszczyk Damond will be turned to Australia stop News Corp is reporting her fiance and her father had come to an agreement and the ashes will be sent back to her home country with her fiance's blessing. She was fatally shot police was almost a fortnight ago. American designer Michael cause has gone shoe shopping. He has agreed to by luxury shoe label Jimmy Choo for $1.47 million in cash. It is the fifth time the brand has changed hands since it began. The creative director of the labour will remain in charge. A long pump has given the internet the meat sweats this morning after it has been revealed they serve a massive parmigiana. It is made from a whole chicken. That is 1.2kg of meat, cheese and sauce goodness. It is served with chips and a side salad. It is only available on Friday nights and if you polish it off in under 20 minutes need for free otherwise it will set you back that he five dollars. Time for sport. Just thinking about that

Canberra forward Sia Soliola has been slapped
with a five-game suspension for his sickening shot on
Melbourne fullback Billy Slater. The Kiwi international emerged
from his hearing remorseful and apologetic. He's due to return in Round 26. Coincidentally, that's when the Raiders
next meet the Storm. The Demons
had another injury scare at training yesterday, with Neville Jetta
rolling an ankle. But he's expected
to face North Melbourne. Max Gawn also has
an ankle problem and failed to train, while Nathan Jones
could be given another week off. Emily Seebohm has won bronze
in the 100m backstroke at the World Championships. Mitch Larkin took sixth in the
men's 100m backstroke final, while Emma McKeon qualified
second fastest for the 200m freestyle final. Day four will be live and free
on 7TWO from 5.30pm Eastern. Michael Cheika will travel
to Brisbane next month to discuss with Quade Cooper
why he's been overlooked for the Wallabies'
Bledisloe squad. The Aussies are currently
in camp in Newcastle - Tatafu Polota-Nau,
describing it as intense. This morning I'm
on the Gold Coast counting down to the biggest
event of next year, the Commonwealth Games. Boxer Skye Nicolson joins me. What will be
the biggest highlight for you

You have a very interesting combination, you have your boxing but you are also studying to be a midwife. How do you balance the two? Your McIver Whitty good system going with growth of university stop they are supportive of my sporting goals and we make it work. You come from a family with a rich bass thing history. You had a 95th by loss lighthearted echo?I one. It was a good quality fight against a tough opponent. Good to get the win.Venue is out near Movie World, gold on the Gold Coast will be great.That is the goal.We are getting set here on the Gold Coast 252 days to go. Now to Sam Mac who is planting trees in Sydney's West. Good morning. This is Penrith public school is where we are today. Kerri-Anne Kennerley has joined us. Could morning!You have been involved with this for 18 years, you are so passionate about that. I love getting in the dirt, a state debt when I was a kid. Has anyone in dirt this morning? No you are too healthy. It makes us healthy. It was called Arbor Day when I was growing up. Now it is treed a. The environment is important to ask introducing kids to getting in the soil to stop I have always had one of these shovels which has been very useful in television. We want to see in action. Can we see you do some gardening? Do you want to see Kerri-Anne Kennerley do some gardening?In this beautiful Penrith area, everyone has to get involved, Monarch and Twitter they do a great job stop I'm going to play this evening. This is my garden gnome. All we have to do is put this little thing in there. First we take it out. Jamie Durie, where are you kids, help me! That is all we do stop we planted in them.I am here.He only won a silver one so he is jealous. It it is normally my pendant. Thank you Jamie. He is in my bad books because he dirtied my shoes.

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A shower or two in Cairns.

Showers and storms over Tasmania and Victoria, cold front is causing Charles to increase in the West. Light showers in Queensland and parts of New South Wales. 26 for Brisbane and sunny. 14 for Canberra and a possible shower Melbourne, 14 and a shower or two. Showers easing for Hobart and 10 stop partly cloudy for Adelaide and 17. Chance of a morning storm in Perth. Darwin, 33 and sunny.

of a morning storm in Perth. Darwin,
33 and sunny. I have a gift for you this morning Kerri-Anne Kennerley stop this is your very own tree mascot.How cool are these? Beautiful. This is what tree do is all about. It is about the environment, adding families together, it is such a useful initiative that has lasted the distance. We're planted millions and millions of trees.Is such a great thing to be involved in the stop what will you do with your trees? I am going to let the trees hold the Loki stop there you go tree.Do not drop it stop at Mac as we say in the industry I do not want no shrub. What a great turnout here for National Tree Day stop and a tree in your neck of the woods.

Still to come this morning - caught on camera, another violent
road-rage attack. Men brawl on the streets
of Western Sydney in front of shocked motorists. How you stop
it happening to you. Smoking hot - Kendall Jenner accused
of being a bad role model after posing with a cigarette. And one of the world's biggest
groups announces an Aussie tour. # So, baby, pull me closer in
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In use out of the United States. The father of Mark Philippoussis has been arrested on child molestation charges. The sheriff court in San Diego County making the accusations and the rest.They say that Nicholas, who is 68, was arrested at his residence for multiple counts of -- lewd acts with minor victims. He works as a personal tennis coach in northern San Diego County. The alleged molestation victims took tennis lessons from him. The investigation is ongoing, they say. That is from the San Diego County sheriffs child abuse unit. They have arrested his 68 job father at his home.That is just breaking now. Just in the last couple of minutes. We will get some reports on that slide from the United States very soon. In the meantime, a change of tack completely at the moment. Let's go to another major announcement... But from one of the biggest bands in major entertainment news, the Chainsmokers.

# Don't let me, don't let me
don't let me down, # Losing my mind now.... # Our next guests
are global chart-toppers. The Chainsmokers are one of
the biggest music groups in the world. # If we go down,
we go down together # They're hit-making machines - every song they release
turns to gold. # So baby pull me closer in the
back seat of your Rover Bite that
tattoo on your shoulder... # The duo's single 'Closer' became the longest-running
number-one single on the ARIA chart last year, racking up more than
1 billion views on YouTube. They collaborate with the best. Earlier this year
they teamed up with Coldplay for this worldwide smash. # Oh, I want something
just like this...#

# I want something just like this

The Chainsmokers
are Drew and Alex - two American DJs who've won Billboard Awards,
and a Grammy. And, this morning,
a major announcement - The Chainsmokers
will tour Australia in October. Their 'Memories, Do Not Open'
tour will play in Adelaide, Melbourne,
Sydney and Brisbane.

They are living the dream.

The Chainsmokers join us
now from LA. Drew and Alex, good morning.

We can't wait to have you
back in Australia. You've been so successful here.

People can't wait for your concerts. They look like a massive party. Are they?Yes, we have a great time at our shows. We are excited because we haven't done any proper shows in Australia. This is a really big deal for us.You are young and topping the charts worldwide. You are breaking records. How much fun is your life right now?It is a ton of fun. We are lucky to be doing what we love for a job. We are touring around the world and seeing all of our fans. No complaints here. Your videos on YouTube are addictive. It is like you have a travelling man cave. You have the experiences that you have. What is the three-year residency in Vegas like you? You guys must get into all sorts of trouble.First of all, we're really lucky. We have amazing videographers that are really good friends of ours. They are superstars in their own rights in their field. They travel with us and document our adventures. We are really grateful to have people like that. Las Vegas is a different story. It is the best thing to happen to us and we're really lucky. It is a great place to be and we cannot wait to spend the next three years there.What is it like now compared to what you thought it would be like before you were famous?Honestly, we have the same friends and our whole team, we'll started together, so in our personal lives not much has changed. It's very cool that we get to play for more fans and more people know our music. It allows us to grow as artists, which is what we hope for. We've got these great Australian EDM artist who are travelling the world. Do you come across many of the Australian music mafia in your travels?Yes, Flume is incredible. He is one of our favourite artists at the moment. Hayden James as well. We love LDR you, Peking Duk Mack, you have incredible musicians coming out. Sneaky Sound System, and Then she. I don't know what's in the water out there, but you guys are doing alright.You are in collaboration with Coldplay. It is a huge success. What other big names would you like to collaborate with?I'd love to collaborate with Doctor Dre because I think we would get together and make something cool.I can't wait for the tour. You will have to dive with sharks while you are here. You are playing in Adelaide. Just out of Port Lincoln. Go and dive with sharks.I was just going to eat doughnuts and chill, but we can do that too. That's the easy one. We will hold you to that. Have a good trip.

The Chainsmokers' national tour
kicks off in Adelaide on the 17th of October. Tickets go on sale next week. All the details
are on the Sunrise website. And their album
'Memories...Do Not Open' is available
to stream and download now.

See, Paul McCartney, the Chainsmokers love Adelaide, why not you?

Still ahead on Sunrise,
breaking news from the US -

This is a shock to the tennis world and everybody else.

The father
of Mark Philippoussis is facing child sex charges.

That is breaking news right now. Apparently, the allegations include axe he did with some of his students as a tennis coach. More on that shortly.

It is 830 this Wednesday.

It's news time now with Eddy. The father of Aussie
tennis player Mark Philippoussis has been arrested on child molestation charges
in San Diego. Live to Seven News
US correspondent Amelia Brace. Morning, Amelia,
what can you tell us?

We believe that the 68-year-old was arrested in his San Diego home this morning, charged with allegedly molesting two children. I have a statement here from the sheriff's department, and it says:

The investigation is ongoing at this time. We believe that the 68- year-old remains behind bars in San Diego, pending the posting of bail, which has been set at $2.5 million. It is believed that Mark Philippoussis himself has been playing tennis in San Diego over the summer. We are yet to hear from him in light of these charges, we do have a message that he posted on the most recent Father's Day here in the US. We will try to bring that up for you. It really speaks to the quotes relationship about what they had. We will bring you more details throughout the morning.

Let's bring in Beretts. This news will come as a shock
to the tennis world.

Year, it will really to rock the tennis world. Nick Philippoussis has been around and Mark has been around for his whole life. He used to pay for taxis to all his events. He has one of the most potent service in all of tennis. Nick has now moved to San Diego. Mark has been a resident there for some time, with his wife and they have a young child as well. It seems as though everything was going nicely for the family. Mark has been playing on the Masters tour. That incredible serve still as fast as it's ever been. This news about his father will come as a real shock. Nick acted for so long as his coach, as his manager, and his mental. He guided him through so many difficult phases of his career. You will remember his career was pretty controversial at the time. There was always drama not far from where he was. Of course, Nick was always there. On the court, he tried to be the guiding dad. He drove his tennis Etihad. He was a hard worker, he really took Mark to task on the court every time. It was observed over the years. Mark is well was someone who was very much part of the tennis fabric. For better or for worse. This will come as a surprise to the tennis world not only in Australia but around the world.And well respected on the tennis circle, particularly as a coach.He was controversial. He was a tough taskmaster. There is no doubt about that. There was some good and bad decisions made over his career. Nick was involved in that. Some people thought that they jumped left when they should have jumped right. Things went always done the best way. You could come from a background where he started as a taxi driver to make the money to get Mark to that position where he could play on the tour. Once he was earning an income, Nick went across and coached his son. There became a formidable father-son relationship on court. One of those coaching relationships we do see quite often in that era in tennis. This is something right out of the blue. This is something we have not heard of before in next career. Let's go back to Amelia in the US. You mentioned the statements that Nick Philippoussis made on Father's Day. The most recent Father's Day. What did he have to say? We are yet to hear from him in relation to these recent judges, but on Father's Day, he posted a message saying happy Father's Day, dad, you are always on my side, protecting me. As Barrette said, it paints a picture of the close relationship that these two had as father and son. It is also worth noting that the police in San Diego are calling for anyone else with information to come forward, which suggests that they may believe there may be further alleged victims. Thank you, Amelia. Mark Philippoussis is father charged with molesting two children in the US. Moving on to other news now,

Cardinal Pell will appear
in court in Melbourne today, charged with historical
sex offences. Sunrise reporter David Woiwod
is outside Melbourne Magistrate's Court. David, crowds are
already building up?

That's right. There is a big crowd here at the Melbourne match that Scott already. Let me give you a look at it. Much of it is media, both local and international as well. We also have a small group of protesters. They have started together on the steps. They are holding a quiet and respectful process -- protest at this stage. Doors are just open to the court. Cardinel Pell's case is not listed until 10 AM, but crowds have been here since about 5 AM this morning. His case is actually listed for one of the smallest courtrooms within the courtroom. It only holds around 40 people also. Much of that crowd will actually beat media. A lot of people are still gathering down here and have been. The footpath and onto the road. An exclusion zone has been put around a Magistrate's Court as well. Carmel Pell, the silly sexual, is expected to arrive here later this morning at 10 o'clock.

To breaking news
out of Brisbane now, where police are responding
to an incident at one of the city's
largest hospitals. Mater Mothers' Hospital
is investigating after they received threats. Police are assisting
hospital staff as they try to establish
whether the threats are genuine. Another violent
road rage incident has been captured on camera,
this time in Sydney's West. It happened around 5:00
yesterday afternoon at the corner of Centenary Road
and Douglas Street in Merrylands. It appears to have started
as a verbal altercation before descending
into an ugly brawl in front of shocked
peak hour commuters. At least four men can be seen
fighting in the video. Police are urging any witnesses
to contact them.

Meanwhile police say
they have identified and will question
a man involved in another sickening attack
on the NSW Central Coast. The man climbed out of his car
and punched another driver, a 21-year-old woman, while at an intersection
at Doyalson.

An elderly man has been arrested Prince Philip's official
royal diary is coming to an end. It has been announced that
a Royal Marines Charity parade taking place next Tuesday
at Buckingham Palace will be his final
public engagement. After that, he'll put his feet up but he may still show his face
at the occasional event from time to time
if he chooses. The 96-year-old announced in May that after almost 70 years
of service, he would be retiring
from official duties.

That is well-deserved. I can imagine now that he just turned down invitations, no, not going, not interested. And he has had a while to say goodbye. Let's get a final weather check from Sam Mac in Sydney.Good morning. Yes, a good and big thank you to the parents and students who have been wonderful here at Penrith public school. Thank you so much for doing a great job. Right around the come tree, they planted trees. They are standing in the sectarian reply to them, we have checked and no one is standing on a tree. You're not standing in a tree, are you? Let's check your weather now.

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Big thank you to Jamie Jury and Kerri-Anne Kennerley who also came down and were fantastic ambassadors today. This Sunday is national Tree day so get involved in plant a tree. Your local school or park your backyard, get amongst it. It is great for the environment. Tomorrow, we will be hanging out with very talented people behind the Archibald Prize. We'll be having a look and seeing the finalists. They will be fantastic tomorrow morning. I look forward to sharing it with you on the show. Straight ahead on Sunrise, small in a breaking news. Mark Philippoussis's father has been arrested on child molestation charges.Caught on camera, and other violent road rage attack.

Men brawl on the streets
of Western Sydney in front of shocked motorists. How you stop it happening to
you. Smoking hot - Kendall Jenner accused
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In the Sunrise Newsfeed, another violent
road rage incident that's been captured on camera. It happened around 5:00
yesterday afternoon at a busy intersection
at Merrylands in Sydney's west. It appears to have started
as a verbal argument that escalated into an ugly brawl
involving at least four men. They threw punches
and attacked each other in broad daylight and in front
of shocked motorists. (YELLING)

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It comes a day after
video emerged of a man punching a women
in the face on the NSW Central Coast. She's admitted to throwing
a chisel at her attacker's car. Sunrise psychologist
Michael Carr-Gregg told us earlier,
road rage is on the rise.

The research says that 86% of us say that we are feeling aggressive behind the wheel. Leave it or not, 20% of people actually admit to chasing cars when they annoy them. So I think we do need to do something to calm down behind the wheel.It is frightening, isn't it.

Let's bring in Ron Wilson
from Smooth FM, Eddy, and Seven News presenter
Ryan Phelan.

People on the road have been there for generations. You just give them the finger and move on. Why are we going the extra step now and getting out of cars and thumping people and chasing them.It is a symptom of living in a big city these days. We're living on a knife edge all the time feels we're struggling to pay bills and put kids through school and get to work on time. It takes is nothing to do bus over the edge. This is a violent hour rest. It is a result of that. You see many people in Sydney spending an hour and half on the roads to get to work. In that time, it your pent-up energy gets to such a level that takes almost nothing to explode. I think that is often what we are seeing on the brakes.It is interesting some of our viewers have written into the Facebook do not show it because it encourages more people to pursue this kind of violence. I think the opposite, actually. I think if anyone was to ever approach my vehicle or add in this aggressive manner, I would stay in the car for starters. And everything is filmed nowadays. That should be, if anything, it is coating factor to people.And police have asked us to show these visitor -- videos, so we can identify the people involved and charges can be laid. Ryan, has it always been happening? And now just with semi-dash cam's we see it more often?I think if that is the case and the dash cam is our capturing it, it is a good thing. The more we shame them and put it out there, then maybe this will stem the tide a little bit. Just on your point earlier about being in the big city is an interesting one. We have all been to holidays entirely -- Bali and Thailand, with traffic chaos and they drive like crazy, but a friendly honk of the horn and they move on. Maybe it's an indicator of our society and how enraged we are. Only a couple of days ago, Richard Attenborough -- David and was in a brokerage accident and lost his job. Now that it is on our dash cam, we can shame them and hold them accountable. Look at these guys, too, they are big Marjorie, Agro blokes. Would it matter if there is a car there or not?On that burly thing, everyone seems to be on something these days. You wonder how much of this is psychosis.You do the maths, one, two, three, four.Now to something different. Kendall Jenner has been accused of making smoking glamorous. It is a naked photo of her with a cigarette on the far left of the photo with the caption "I don't smoke". Even smoking is legal, should you be facing the quizzes? After all these years,I find the female form totally going. I love it. But you introduce a cigarette into it, and I go cold. I think it is a dreadful image to put out there. She is a role model and she knows that. Even on that particular account, she says that she doesn't smoke. Then why encourage all of those people who look at you and are influenced by you to actually pick up a cigarette. It makes no sense. And I just hope that young people do not take this on board.I think young people now are smart enough to know the health warnings around cigarettes. Due think so? You would be so silly if you couldn't see that on the health warnings, on the packaging. I think what is it concerning as if cigarette companies are paying people to do this.That is the key word. Influences. That word didn't exist five years ago. Now we have people in society who are apparently role models, that aren't held up to the same level of accountability as a football player or any other upstanding member of our society. Yet these influencers can do what they want. The currency they trade in, it is think I fancy teenagers. They will do anything. They need to be mindful of what they host. They are not held accountable. A lot of these people need to be held accountable like the Kendall Jenner's of the world and Kardashians. We are causing so much damage toteenagers. I think they are smart enough to see this and know they won't smoke.Also, they are smart enough to know that a lot of things that those people talk about on the Instagram or where, they are being paid a lot of money.Kids are more savvy than we give them credit for.Fortunately, the whole trick is getting us to talk about it. We're feeding the frenzy that is going on out there. Thank you come again.

Here's Nat. Coming up, breaking news - The father
of Mark Phililppoussis has been arrested
and is facing child sex charges. A live report is straight ahead. And she was one of the world's
most powerful women. Now, former Westpac CEO
Gail Kelly is passing on the secrets
to her success.

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The father of Aussie tennis
player Mark Philippoussis In more breaking news, Cardinal George Pell has just
arrived in court at Melbourne.

He will answer historical sex offences. David is there for us. David? Good morning. Cardinel Pell has just arrived in the past couple of moments also. And to describe it as bedlam would be an understatement. There was a very, very large crowd. It followed him right up the steps. He had to receive a police escort. There were cameras and media all over the place. Of course, there is fierce interest in this case both locally and internationally. There is a huge crowd down here at the moment. We know his case is not set down until 10 PM this morning. He he has a little bit of time left. The crowd has been building since about 5 o'clock this morning. We know that his case is set down for courtroom number two. It is a small account -- courtroom at the Magistrate's Court. It holds around 40 people also. That is where he is heading now to have his day in court.David, it is not expected to be a long hearing today, is it?No, that is right. It is only a filing hearing. Typically, these take just minutes. They said down the dates and map out the progress that this course -- case will take. There was a chance he could be back here on the street shortly.Certainly one of the biggest court cases this country has ever seen. Enormous media pressure down there.More breaking news?

The father of Aussie tennis
player Mark Philippoussis has been arrested on child
molestation charges in San Diego. Live to Seven News US
Correspondent Amelia Brace. And Sunrise sports presenter,
Mark Beretta. First to you Amelia,
what can you tell us?

It took place in San Diego? That's right. Police say they arrested the 68-year-old in his San Diego home this morning over two counts of child molestation. The sheriff has released a statement, saying:

It is believed that the 68 your old remains a hind bars behind the posting of bail which is currently set at $2.5 million. It is also believed that Mark Philippoussis himself has been down in San Diego for much of the summer playing tennis. We are yet to hear from the tennis great in response to these charges, but just in recent minutes, he has deleted a tweet that he posted last months. That was for Father's Day and he said "Happy Father's Day dad, you are always by my side protected me". It is also worth noting that San Diego police have also called for anyone with further information to come forward, with a share of tweeting again just minutes ago that they are in fact looking for more victims.This has come as a shock to the tennis community.Absolutely. No one expected anything like this. Nick Philippoussis has been in Australian tennis for a long, long time. He started driving taxis in Melbourne and then progressed through tennis. He is still one of the best servers ever in the world. Mark is now 40 years of age. He has a wife and they have a young child. They live in San Diego. Nick has relocated there as well. Through his tennis career, Nick was right there. You would often see court that he was Mark's coach. He would drive him hard on. He was a hard taskmaster. But he ran his life off the court as well. He was manager and mental. Organised a lot of deals that Mark was involved in and guided him through the world of court as well as on court. The world of tennis really got to know me. Not only was he influential in my career, but he was influential in other place careers as well. He has moved on to coaching since then. This really will come as a huge shock to the world of tennis.All just breaking in the last little while since we have been on air in the last hour. Mark Philip who says, his father arrested on child molestation charges. Thank you, Amelia and Mark.

When financial markets
went into freefall in 2008, Gail Kelly was one of
the select few gathered to find a way through. As Westpac CEO, she was one of
the world's most powerful women, and now, she's sharing
the secrets to her success.

Starting as a bank teller
in her native South Africa, Gail Kelly rose through the ranks to become the first female
to lead a major Australian bank, Westpac. What can we do better
and differently to explain the role of banks
in society? The mother of four
was one of our best known CEOs, and, upon her retirement
in February 2015, the tributes came thick and fast. She has been a role model
for men and women, and I think she's made
an extraordinary contribution. I have no doubt
she'll be knocked down by the stampede of offers. If you think retiring means I'm going to put my feet up
at home, that's definitely not
what it means. She took the reins
as the GFC started to take hold, and in 2010, was ranked eigth in a list of the world's
most powerful women, one place ahead of Beyonce. # Who run the world? Girls!
Who run the world? Girls... # Far from putting up her feet
at home, Gail currently sits on
a number of international boards, and has just penned her first
book, 'Live Lead Learn' - a collection of stories lived
and lessons learned during her brilliant career.

Gail Kelly joins us now. Gail, congratulations
on your book. It's not a memoir as such,
but a book of practical advice, with personal anecdotes
serving as the example. Who specifically
do you hope will read it?

Thank you, David. I am really very excited about it. Certainly, I am particularly hoping it will strike a chord with young people at university and school. People and young leaders. Hoping to learn more about teams of leadership and leaving -- leading a whole life.In 2010, you were listed as the eight most powerful woman in the world. You admit you were daunted some days. What do you say to young women, though? Have you push through it? It is a tough thingand there is no doubt that every step in my career I have. To think through these issues of "Can I do this, am I good enough, what if I fail". The key is to dig deep. Recognise you have the experience. And also know that other people are supporting you. That for me was hugely powerful to know that I was put in this position and offered this next role or opportunity because other people believed I could do it. And then I learned over time that I could reach out and ask for help. That is a really important lesson, I think. Don't hesitate to reach out and ask for help.How do you get the balance right? Your husband is very successful in his career as well. For kids, three of them triplets. How do you manage to hit the balance right?This is probably the hardest thing. I try to cover bits of it in the book. But of course, there is no silver bullet to this. The things I have learned is that you need a sense of humour. You need to recognise that things won't be perfect. It really does matter to have support. And in my case, my husband Alan has just been a fabulous support all the way through in a real, practical sense. And I have learned a little bit more about prioritisation. What really matters and to seek to run a whole life, to be inclusive of all of the elements, integrate all of the elements into my life. And most of all, to whatever I'm doing, be really in the moment for that. Give that everything, whether it is at home or at work, be 100% focused on that element. That is the learning for me. The book has some stories of where I have hurriedly failed on that.It is just a wonderful read for anyone in business.You are an inspiration to many women.Thank you so much for joining us. It has been lovely to be here. On cue, Natalie, thank you, David.

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