Brekky Wrap: James Ricketson Lands In Sydney And Strawberry Crisis Hits NZ

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The first reported case of contaminated strawberries has hit New Zealand, with supermarket Countdown reporting a punnet of strawberries found with needles in them. It comes amid more than 100 reported cases of needles found in fruit across Australia.

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There have been over 100 cases of contaminated fruit reported. Photo: AAP.

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson has landed on home soil just days after being given a royal pardon by King Norodom Sihamoni. The 69-year-old had spent 15 months in a Phnom Penh prison, and was sentenced to six years jail for espionage in a trial that was widely criticised by human rights activists.

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Scott Morrison has extended his lead over Bill Shorten as preferred prime minister to 13 points, leading the Labor leader 45 to 32 and earning Morrison the highest approval for a PM since February 2016. Labor still leads Coalition in the Newspoll, published in The Australian, but preferences are slipping: the Coalition's vote rose two points to 36, while Labor's fell to 39.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrision speaks during a Drought Response Roundtable at Parliament House. Photo: AAP.

An international rescue effort is underway after a sailor on an around-the-world solo race was seriously injured and his yacht demasted during a storm in the southern Indian Ocean, about 3,300km south-west of Perth. Indian national Abhilash Tomy sent a satellite text on Sunday saying: "ACTIVATED EPIRB [an emergency beacon]. CAN'T WALK. MIGHT NEED STRETCHED", and another reading: "CAN MOVE TOES. FEEL NUMB. CAN'T EAT OF DRINK. TOUGH 2 REACH GRAB BAG."

Survivors of sexual assault are sharing their stories of not reporting their attacks, in an effort to change the conversation and highlight reasons why victims stay quiet. It comes in the wake of repeated attacks on Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Ford, who has alleged the Supreme Court nominee sexually assaulted her as a teenager.

A family has been left horrified after a nanny cam caught a repairman "sniffing or licking" the underwear of two young girls. The girls' father told CBS he was "enraged" when he saw the video, and immediately contacted police.

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Meghan Markle revealed her "something blue" was hidden in her wedding dress. The Duchess of Sussex revealed that her Givenchy gown contained a piece of blue fabric cut from the dress she wore on her first date with Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle during her wedding to Prince Harry. Photo: Getty.

The Sydney Roosters and Melbourne Storm will face off in the NRL Grand Final, after the Roosters beat the Rabbitohs 12-4 and Storm smashed the Sharks -- Scott Morrison's team of choice -- by a solid 22-6. Together, teams have separately appeared in 15 of the last 20 Grand Finals, but next Sunday's clash will be the first time they meet.

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Luke Keary of the Roosters is tackled by Dane Gagai of the Rabbitohs during the NRL Preliminary Final match between the Sydney Roosters and the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Allianz Stadium in Sydney. Photo: AAP.

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