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Good morning.

Authorities are warning a key suspect in a Melbourne murder is extremely dangerous and shouldn't be approached.

Police have appealed to the public for help in tracking down Scott Allen Miller, a homeless man believed to have been living in the Botanic Gardens.

The man-hunt comes after the body of a woman was found naked near the rotunda where Miller has been sleeping.

The victim has been identified as a Chinese national, aged in her 30s, who had moved to Australia for work.

And we'll get a live report on that murder hunt The Cronulla Sharks have sacked star player Todd Carney after a lewd photo of the five-eighth was uploaded on social media.

Sunrise correspondent Sophie Hull is at Cronulla Leagues Club.

Good morning, Sophie.

The club and the NRL are promising to support Carney.

What else have they said?

Yes, Nat, good mORPG again.

The club has said that they do support Todd Carney and that counselling will be supplied and a lengthy and thoughtful statement that was supplied last night, he was commended as a player and but it was also put out there that his behaviour this, this photo that has surfaced of him in a taking part in an Internet craze called bubbly.

This is the second Tony Mokbel Steve has had to sack Todd Carney.

The last time was from the Roosters.

It's the third time he has been sacked from a NRL club.

Players have had big come backs before but in this case, they can't allow this behaviour to go on.

It's the third time they have had to warn Todd Carney this season about his behaviour with alcohol and the NRL has stood behind the Sharks on this decision as well and said it can't be tolerated in the NRL as well.

Todd's manager has said that this was hasty and unfair, that Todd hadn't had a chance to explain himself.

But Steve noise made it quite clear that there could be no explanation for this sort of behaviour.


Thank you very much, Sophie.

Gerard Baden-Clay will again take to the stand when his murder trial resumes in a Brisbane today.

Last Thursday, the accused wife killer sobbed as he described his love for late wife Allison.

Her body was discovered on the banks of a Brisbane river, 10 days after Baden-Clay reported her missing in April two years ago.

He has pleaded not guilty to her murder.

The bishop of the Australian Defence Force has been charged with a child sex offence dating back to 1969.

Bishop Max Davis has stood aside from his post while the matter is before a Western Australian court.

He's been charged with abusing a student at St Benedict's College in New Norcia, north-east of Perth.

Davis was a teacher at the school in the '60s.

It's believed he's the first bishop in Australia He denies the allegation and says he will defend the charge.

Oscar Pistorius will be back in the dock today after a month of psychiatric testing.

His murder trial will resume in South Africa where a panel of mental health experts will deliver a report, evaluating if Pistorius suffers an anxiety disorder.

The findings could determine if the trial continues.

He's accused of murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, Pistorius has pleaded not guilty, claiming he fired shots after mistaking her for an intruder.

Prince Harry has entertained female admirers during a visit to a day care centre in Santiago.

As part of his South American tour, the prince was asked to dance by the children and he didn't disappoint, showing off his moves.

The centre looks after children with mental and physical disabilities.

Prince Harry's tour of the country wraps up on Thursday.

Coming up - Nick Kyrgios gets ready for the match of his life, taking on world number one Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon.

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