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(generated from captions) pregnancy test? If you were working she was here. Who bought the here. We think she found out while She would've done it while she was pregnancy test while she was here. might have gone out to get the were here? No but we think she We calculated January 24. When they long honeymoon. It went for a year. did they? A honeymoon. It was a married. They didn't muck around thought it was December she got You just count the months. I for was this child conceived before. a scandal. Is that sign language Is she OK? There could be a bit of been married a year have they? Yeah. anniversary.? May 15. They haven't OK? She's fine. When's the first We've been doing the maths. Is she by the end of October. Tasmania's favourite daughter is due Princess Mary is having a baby! Well, it's official. It's Tuesday the 26th of April. Good morning. into the big sky...# # Put your hands # Reach up for the Sunrise here's Kochie and Lisa. Now from Brekky Central, This is Sunrise on Seven. to wake up with friends. it's again time it's again time Right across Australia Time out! Enough! (coughs) Oh, you poor thing. I need some time off, guys. C'mon! Oh, you're looking a bit sexy today. This program is LIVE captioned.

service entertainment was also amiss. Critics argue the choice of pre-dawn dumped at the foot of memorials. Plastic garbage bags have also been the national park. with boxes and paper strewn across The sacred site is a mess left behind by pilgrims at Gallipoli. over piles of rubbish There is outrage this morning Good morning, everyone. Good morning, Natalie. the latest news with Natalie Barr. Right now though, it's time for putting together a winter wardrobe. And we'll get some expert advice on was innappropriate. before the dawn service entertainment at Anzac Cove Plus we'll ask whether the Tell us what you think. telling you what to do. books. And now too many TV shows just did it. We have to read 15 nowadays. In our parents day they quite sure. There's too many books I getting this right? You're never what to do? Don't you feel like am naturally. And everyone tells you always told parenting comes rather than being natural. You're everyone thinks about it too much parenting too seriously and to say. I reckon we all take to do that? It is a terrible thing Have you ever felt under pressure childhood. to offer their kids the perfect childhood. are feeling the pressure New research suggests Aussie parents look at parenting. Now we're going to take a closer or send us an SMS. Log onto our web site to email us Princess sheila. Princess Kylie. Bruce. It could be a princess. We'd love to hear from you. Prince love you to suggest some names. prince conceived in Australia. We'd new Pope, we now have an Australian throughout the morning. Forget the world reaction to the baby news let us know. Please. We'll have pregnancy test, come through and issue. If you have sold the test. Let us know. This is a big and she came in for a pregnancy at a pharmacy while they were here

in 40 years It is Japan's worst rail accident It is Japan's worst rail accident an apartment building near Osaka. and crashed into when it jumped the tracks the peak-hour commuter train Almost 600 passengers were on board in the wreckage. to reach those still trapped through the night Rescuers have worked has risen to 57. from a Japanese train disaster The death toll to the judge on Thursday. Corby will make a personal plea a kilogram of heroin. for possessing and dealing for possessing and dealing to life in jail, has sentenced another foreigner has sentenced another foreigner in Schapelle Corby's trial Meantime, the head judge are expected to run most of the week. caught at the airport Interrogations of the four what's going on with them. but we don't know exactly but we don't know exactly is very stressed, or depression, in the prison, of course, (broken English) All the people and flu symptoms. including sore throats, achy joints for a range of health complaints who have been treated in hospital The pair are among four of the group in the smuggling operation. Sukumaran may have outranked Chan Indonesian Police now believe Two of them! REPORTER: How many of them? and one other. who have pointed the finger at Chan, of the Bali Nine It backs up claims by other members Andrew Chan as the ring leader. The police had earlier identified to those arrested at the airport. and gave the heroin who delivered death threats is one of two men expert Myuran Sukumaran 24 year-old Sydney martial arts Bali's drug squad chief says is the real drug boss. Andrew Chan, bodyguard of the alleged godfather, They now believe the suspected of the accused drug smugglers. against the families as the man making death threats a second member of the Bali Nine Indonesian police have identified inappropriate. has been described as including the song Stayin' Alive Disco hits by the Bee Gees,

And that's the latest from the newsroom. You pick your moments, I don't think a funeral is a moment for that sort of thing. Although and Sir Joh was a great Queensland icon and no-one could ever ever doubt his patriotism to Queensland. He was a Queenslander number one, but it is interesting, the older people get the more rose coloured their career actually seems because, he ruled and rigged the electoral system for a long time. There were those in his cabinet who didn't on the family property next Tuesday. He'll be buried Sir Joh died on Saturday. so much easier. because it's helped make things thank you indeed to them I'd just like to say a big hearty remain with well-wishers. but his widow's thoughts a fiery reception, the protesters face Community leaders in Kingaroy warn individual contracts. for refusing to sign in 1985, dismissed 1,000 striking workers The former Queensland premier next week. will picket his state funeral sacked by Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen, Electricity employees, the reasons for their son's actions. saying they will never know to the officer's family, His parents have apologised Bailey shot himself. Loved his Job, loved his family. He was great. Heart of Gold. SIGHS to his son, Connor. when he called to say goodnight last spoke to her husband Tina Hogarth-Clarke Mark Bailey. after pulling over motorist was shot dead, execution-style Senior Constable Tony Clarke a "heart of gold". says her husband had murdered while on duty, The widow of a Melbourne policeman, was speeding around a bend. the inexperienced 23-year-old driver and investigators believe

maybe do the right thing. Brown paper bags, it was the story of the year. Let us know what you think, do the electricity workers have a right to strike or protest at Sir Joh's funeral. I agree with you, you puk your moments and probably not the right moment. Mark Beretta has this morning's sport news covered. What's on the agenda? Coming up, Kevin Sheedy backs a Bomber under fire, more stinging criticism of Rugby League referees and bye bye Bernie - the Brumbies lose Steve Larkham. Plus, after sport, we'll check Tuesday's weather. TELEVISION PLAYS SOFTLY SOFA SQUISHES SONG: # Hey, bop, bop # Hey, bop, bop The travellin' bop # Hey, bop # Let's go travelling # Bop, the travellin' bop # Let's go travellin'. # Time for sport now on Sunrise and Kevin Sheedy isn't happy with AFL umpires? Bombers coach Kevin Sheedy has hit back at suggestions star full-forward Matthew Lloyd is a diver. Sheedy's blow-up came after his side beat Collingwood in a scrappy match in front of 70,000 fans at the MCG. He claims the umpires aren't awarding free kicks to Lloyd, believing he's acting to get frees in the goal square. It's all about making sure that everybody gets a fair contest at the ball, that's all. Essendon skipper James Hird could be in trouble with the Tribunal. a charging incident today. The Match Review Panel will look at a charging incident today. The Bombers' win lifts them off the bottom. They've broken away from the Brisbane Lions, Collingwood and Hawthorn - last with just one win. West Coast and the Kangaroos are the front-runners. Roosters coach Ricky Stuart says referee Sean Hampstead has set a dangerous precedent after sending playmaker Brent Finch to the sin bin for fighting with Dragons prop Justin Poore. Speaking after his side's two-point loss to the Dragons, Stuart claimed referees would now have to send any player involved in a fight to the bin. First bloke goes in punches a bloke, he has to get 10 minutes. He has just set the bar there and that has to happen now. The win is a confidence boost for the improving Dragons. Half-back Matthew Head and winger Matt Copper combined to seal the match in the final minutes. After round seven, Manly is alone on top of the ladder. The Bulldogs are near the bottom, with just two wins and they'll be without prop Mark O'Meley for up to three months. Scans have revealed he's done more damage to his leg than first thought. Brumbies fly-half Stephen Larkham won't play against the Hurricanes on Saturday. Larkham injured his arm in round six and was expecting to return for this match, but he failed a fitness test yesterday and will be out for at least another week. Former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson says he feels new trainer Jeff Fenech will bring him back to the top of the boxing world. Fenech says he's confident "Iron Mike" won't have any trouble beating Ireland's Kevin McBride on 11 June. The way Mike's been training, we're going to very successful and we're looking forward to this fight. And Arsenal leads Tottenham 1-0 at half-time in their clash at Highbury. Jose Antonio Reyes scored for the Gunners in the 22nd minute. League leaders Chelsea will be watching the match closely. If Arsenal loses today, the title goes to the west London club. We'll keep a close eye on that one through the morning. That's it for now. Mike Tyson doesn't ever a brain in his head does he? Did you see that interview last night. He's one size short of a loaf I reckon. Too many punchs to the head. Ever since he started nauing on ears. I think it happened before that. Maybe from day one. Let's check Tuesday's weather now on Sunrise. Cooling down in WA. Patches of morning fog over the south-east, ahead of a mostly sunny day and on-shore winds will cause isolated showers in coastal New South Wales and Queensland. Beautiful weather for late April, around the country. Isn't it great? That's one of the warmest Anzac days we've had in a long time. Later this Sunrise are parents too scared to do what's best for their kids? Sunrise in Focus looks at whether mums and dads just aren't confident enough anymore. But next, Wall Street live. I'm Sumi Das at the New York stock exchange. Details on the merger and stock upgrade that helped Whatever you want in life, you can have it all at Wells station. Select your ideal land to design and build the home of your dreams. Enjoy the historic views of one of Canberra's oldest homestead properties. Live just 15 minutes to the heart of the city And have beautiful parkland, shops and schools at your doorstep. Have it all at Wells Station - Country living in the city. only $69,900 drive away. 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Sunrise is powered by Sunrise is powered by Dell Computers. Buy online and receive an additional $100 off selected Dell desktops and notebooks. Finance time now on Sunrise. Let's cross to Wall Street now, where CNN's Sumi Das is standing by with the latest. Good morning, Sumi. How are the markets faring at the moment? The markets actually closed on a very up-beat note today. Unlike last week, sort of rocky ups and last week, sort of rocky ups and last week, sort of rocky ups and downs. Closing bell rang 20 minutes ago, the dow was up 85 points. The Nasdaq up 18.5 points. Sumi there was merger news in the oil industry today, what was that about? That's right. There are two companies that are going to merge, Valeroenergy is action wiring Prem corksor for $6.9 billion in cash and stock. This deal creates the largest crude oil refiner in North America. Both stocks up today as a result of this news. Most significantly Premcor up $10.70,

closing at $70 a share. Apple computer stock upgraded why? More iPods on the market? Almost. Lots of iPods already on the market. That's why the stock has been doing so well. Boston decided to upgrade the stock and they feel like their Mac line of computers will do well in the coming months to come and years to come. They were upgraded and the target stock price was raised $5. Former New York stock exchange director Kenneth Langone may be involved with the stock exchange again, tell us why he's coming back? If he has his way, he may be involved. That's correct. Last week the New York stock exchange announced plans to go public and buy an electronic platform and today there was talk that Kenneth may bid for the exchange. He's been in contact with Wall Street executives and gaugeing on whether they'd like to participate in a bid. The article reported he may experience because currently Langone and former New York stock exchange chief are being sued by the Attorney-General of New York for charges related to a large compensation package that the former chief Grasso achieved in 2003. Uncertain but it is intriguing. Thanks for that Sumi. We'll catch you next time. Let's check the rest of the markets now. At home, our markets were closed due to the public holiday. They say you should quit while you're ahead, and here's proof. A teenage girl sets out to sing the Star Spangled banner, at an ice hockey match between America and Canada. She starts on the song... Sorry... CROWD CHEERS ..but then forgets the words. After apologising to the crowd she starts again. (Sings) # Oh say can you see # By the dawns early light... Sorry. CROWD BOOS She leaves the ice presumably to get a copy of the words from the dressing room. CROWD BOOS After a brief delay, she returns from the dressing room to have another go when over she goes in the ice. Then, and only then, did she decide to call it a night. Oh, no. That is so awful. Look at the guy trying not to laugh. There are times, like I have days when I think to myself I shouldn't have got out of bed and you can tell - I do to. After the first 20 minutes, you think it is going to be a horrible show. You are so in el wrong job if you have days like that. You have to learn to quit while you're behind. That was just the icing on the cake that falling over. Most embarrassing moment. What's the most embarrassing moment that you've ever had. It would be difficult to top that. Few people forget words to national anthems when they're on microphones don't they? Didn't someone do it at a grand final, a footy match not so long ago. Let us know the most

embarrassing moment you've had or experienced. I usually laugh at people's mistakes. But that's too cruel. What about the nuns crashing into your car on the last day of year 12. That wasn't embarrassing. They should've been embarrassed, not me. My most embarrassing moment and Lib won't be up yet. She came around and we just started dating. It was Sunday night and she came around for dinner and you watch the Sunday night movie as a family and Lib and I were sitting on the floor and the whole family was around and she was sort of sitting between my legs and we were watching the movie and Lib has a loud voice and she says will you guest your fist out of my back and looked around saw one hand on the floor and the other hand like that and she went "Oh". There was dead silence. The entire family just ignored it ... The fact that you told that story, that's another embarrassing moment. I've never been so embarrassing. When you're nervous bringing the new girlfriend home. Is that your reaction to being nervous? Thank God he's not nervous on the show any more. That was so long ago really. Never get nervous. What's your most embarrassing moment. On the way the rapturous response to Crown Princess Mary's pregnancy. We'll get the world view from Jono Coleman in London. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise across Australia. It is quieter out here than it was yesterday. Is Dick Smith poised to give up the fight for Australian made and owned? Later in the show he'll tell us about his latest business battle. But now it's news time and here's Nat Barr. Good morning, everyone. This year's Gallipoli services have ended with the sacred site resembling a tip. 17,000 pilgrims made the journey 17,000 pilgrims made the journey to Anzac Cove and left their rubbish behind. Record crowds pouring into Gallipoli have left the sacred site a mess. Rubbish is everywhere with boxes and paper strewn across the national park. Plastic garbage bags have also been dumped at the foot of memorials. Pilgrims blame a lack of bins. The latest incident follows the controversy over recent roadworks and the erection of stands on graves. There's also outrage over the choice of pre-dawn service entertainment. (Beegee's sing) Disco hits by the Bee Gees, including the song Stayin' Alive, were a surprise, given officials vetoed a John Farnham concert for being inappropriate. The scandal followed of the Gallipoli commemorations - the service at Lone Pine Cemetery. For us it will always remain the story of our young nation's courage. The New Zealand PM attended Australia's ceremony but Helen Clark has refused to criticise John Howard for not returning the favour at Chunuk Bair. The service here was less solemn - a chance for the crowd to express its patriotism. CHEERING Indonesian police have identified a member of the Bali Nine they say may have been the real ringleader in the drug-smuggling operation. They now believe Sydney martial arts expert Myuran Sukumaran was equal to or higher up the chain of command than Andrew Chan. Bali's drug squad chief says the 24 year-old is the man who threatened to kill the families of those caught trying to smuggle heroin at Denpasar Airport. At first police suspected Sukumaran was Chan's bodyguard. Rescue workers are still trying Rescue workers are still trying to free trapped passengers from Japan's worst rail accident in 40 years. The death toll from the disaster has now risen to 57. More than 440 were injured. Investigators believe the inexperienced 23-year-old driver was speeding around a bend when the commuter train jumped the tracks and hurtled into an apartment complex near Osaka. A woman has died in a unit fire in Sydney's west. Fire crews arrived at the unit block at Cabramatta just after 8 o'clock last night to find it well alight. They found the body of a woman in the bedroom of the burned out property. Some 60 people were evacuated from the apartment block. Investigations into the cause continue. Pope Benedict XVI has revealed he prayed to God during the conclave not to be elected. His comments came during a meeting with German pilgrims at the Vatican, where he received a hero's welcome. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE The 78-year-old said he'd hoped to spend his remaining years living in peace and quiet. Earlier, Benedict also met with members of the Muslim community and other churches at his first papal audience. Australia's love affair with the Danish royals is set to continue, with confirmation this morning Tasmania's own Mary Donaldson is pregnant. The Crown Princess and husband Prince Frederik are expecting their first child in October. The child will be second in line to the throne. The palace announcement does not come as a great surprise. On the last day of their recent Australian visit, royal watchers spotted the pair shopping for baby clothes. To sports news now with Mark Beretta and one of the Bombers accused of acting. I didn't tip that one about Mary but I've tipped plenty of others this week. Essendon coach Kevin Sheedy is defending star full-forward Matthew Lloyd against claims of play-acting to win free kicks. Speaking after yesterday's 14-point win over Collingwood, Sheedy says umpires are ignoring hits against his player. The fighting spirit of the Anzacs was on display through a younger generation at the MCG yesterday as the Bombers proved too good for Collingwood. But on a day where heroism is hailed, Kevin Sheedy is livid star full-forward Matthew Lloyd has been accused of play-acting. If Lloyd's going to get that sort of treatment, to centre half-forward we'll move him to centre half-forward and play someone else at forward. The win could prove costly, with the Match Review Panel to take a closer look at charging incidents involving James Hird and Mark Johnson. But new hope and Anzac medal winner Andrew Lovett has the club excited. much honoured at the same time. Bit overwhelmed by it all and pretty much honoured at the same time. To Rugby League, and Roosters coach Ricky Stuart claims referee Sean Hampstead has set a dangerous precedent after he sent playmaker Brent Finch to the sin bin for fighting. First bloke goes in punches a bloke, he has to get 10 minutes. He has just set the bar there and that has to happen now. Stuart was disappointed after Dragons half-back Matthew Head and winger Matt Cooper combined to steal the points with three minutes to go. We knew Minichiello was going to be deep, so I knew the opportunity was there and I just had to take it and that's what happened. To other sports news now. And in Rugby, former Wallaby Ben Tune says he wants to stay at the Queensland Reds next season. He was expected to head west to the Force. Arsenal leads Tottenham 1-0 nearing the end of their Premier League clash at Highbury. And Australia's Adam Scott has moved up four spots to No.6 on golf's world rankings after his win at the Johnnie Walker Classic. In 10 minutes time we'll have a chat to Stuart Appleby. Not about golf. He's doing something different at the moment. Looking forward to that. Thanks for the dig on Ben Tune. I've got a few of the others you say. Looking forward to Appleby in 10 minutes. Before we move on, let's update you on the state-by-state forecast. A few showers on the north Queensland coast, and in the south-east corner as well. Fine inland. Showers developing around Brisbane, starting by the coast and moving inland. Mostly fine across NSW and the ACT. Just the chance of late rain in the north-east. Mainly dry around Sydney. There could be a shower or two at Katoomba and Wollongong. Fine throughout Victoria, with morning fog over much of the southern, central and eastern areas. Sunny around Melbourne, after a foggy start. Fine and mild across Tasmania. In South Australia. Early fog around Mt Gambier. Sunny at Ceduna, and fine in Adelaide. Fine and hot throughout the Northern Territory. In Western Australia, cloud increasing over the south-west coast, and hot in the north due to easterly winds. It should be a warm day in the little town of Sandstone, . I know exactly where that is. You do if you're West Australian. Why do we need to know about that town? We need to know about all towns and I went there when I was a reporter. Does it have Australia's biggest apple as well. I didn't say it was Australia's biggest apple, I Sedan apple that was big. They have something in the west and they claim it is the biggest. It is not the biggest. Someone in Stanhope in Queensland has a bigger apple. You can't walk into the Donneybrooke apples. No she did say you can't walk in that one but I want to know if you can walk in the one in Queensland. How good is your mum at shopping? This is her chance to be put to the ultimate test. Your mum could be off to Singapore with two friends, to compete against women from around the world. which can find the best bargains, and they'll have plenty of incentive, with $6,000 in shopping vouchers up for grabs. But half the fun is getting there. Our winning mum and her friends will fly business class to Singapore, on Qantas. They'll then spend five nights at the Grand Plaza Parkroyal, where they'll prepare where they'll prepare for their shopping showdown. And they'll be travelling at the perfect time. In June and July, the Great Singapore Sales celebrate their 12th anniversary, with markdowns of up to 70% on jewellery, clothes, art and designer items. you need to answer this question. If you would like to enter your Mum you need to answer this question. But before you can enter, you need a code word. You can only get that code word by watching Weekend Sunrise this Sunday. So you have all week to come up with your perfect answer. Have you been getting in and Knobeling our competition? Absolutely. You can't win unless you watch the weekend show. Weekend Sunrise, 8am, don't miss it. That's loyalty for you. But if you don't win, we have the next best thing thanks to Qantas Holidays and Singapore Tourism. Take a look at this deal. You can fly to Singapore with either Qantas or British Airways, and then spend four nights at the Copthorne Orchid Hotel. The package includes transfers, a city tour, and a free shuttle to Orchard Road for all of mum's shopping. And you'll have plenty of money left over, thanks to these prices. And when you book, you'll also receive a $50 saving per person off your next Qantas holiday within Australia. Given the size of these savings, they can only be offered to the first 200 callers who mention Sunrise. The lines open tomorrow morning. You need to call either Travelworld or Jetset. Jetset's number is - or Travelworld's number is - We'll repeat the numbers late in the show and you shouldn't need a competition to watch Weekend Sunrise. Now you're plugging it. Talking about most embarrassing moments. Earlier we showed you footage of a woman who shouldn't have sung the national anthem in America. As it turned out, she didn't sing it and she forgot the words. This one from Anthony "I was making a visit to the bathroom in the middle of the night but locking myself out of my apartment stark naked". Sean says "His most embarrassing moment was walking around at at I party with a serve yet wedged between his back side". And Maria says falling down the stairs at mill son station in peak hour. Time now for the Thought of the Day. It was emailed in by Jeff from New South Wales. "Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo. "But what you want is someone who will take the bus with you, "when the limo breaks down." Geoff, I like that one. That's a good reminder. Shannon from Queensland sends in the joke of the day. Two blondes sitting on the bench one night at Brisbane Southbank and one blonde said to the other, which do you think's closer, the moon or Melbourne?, the other blonde says hello, can you see Melbourne from here? We could just do blonde jokes all week, we're brunettes. There's not a blonde here. Mel might be watching. Molly Meldrum gives us a listen at 7:40. Next the golfer who's into driving of a different kind. Find out why he won't be puttering long when we go behind the sports headlines on Sunrise.

What do you get when you combine Australia's happiest TV show with the world's happiest place. (sings) M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E. It's party time at Disneyland. The entire Sunrise team will be on location all of next week. We'll be joining a global celebration marking Disneyland's 50th birthday. Join us for a walk down memory lane and a gigantic leap into the future, not to mention Grant trying out every ride. The happiest celebration on earth thanks to Disneyland, Qantas Holidays, Qantas Airways, Jetset and Travelworld. Sunrise does Disneyland all live and all next week. Looking forward to that. Because of time differences and things like that, if you're in Disneyland, we'll broadcast between 1:00 and 4:00 in the afternoon, starting Sunday, LA time. So we can be 6:00 until 9:00 back here. That's where Mel is at the moment. Doing the tea cups. On assignment. Tasmania's hills will soon echo with the sounds of some of the world's hottest sports and touring cars. The Targa Challenge is about to get under way. This year's event has attracted a varied list of competitors. For example, Aussie golfer Stuart Appleby is swapping his golf buggy for a Lamborghini. He'll be racing against the experienced John Lawson. They're both standing by They're both standing by to talk with Beretts. If you love cars, it is an event you get excited about. Stuart good morning, this is big for you. Taking a few weeks off the US tour when you're sitting number 3 in the world. You must have really wanted to do it. I've been thinking about it for a long time. There was a few Aussies that wanted to do it, myself and Matty Goggin. He was pumped and I was lucky enough to find a car and one of these by pure luck and here we are. I can't wait. I'm excited about the process. What have you given up, you should've played at the how ston open because you won that in 99, what else have you given up? There was a tournament in New Orleans. Houston was something I've won and emotionally I could've played that. It was a serious decision to find out when I could take the time to do it and it does eat up the golf. Tell us about the car the Lamborghini? It is a different auto mobile. It is modern and very edgy

and a four-wheel drive in its drive for mat, a 5 litre V10 and maybe 370 kilowatts. A great power delivery. A lot of power and very balanced. One of the most braking cars in production today. It is a low centre of gravityy. It is very low and got a lot of potential and hopefully it will see more Targas. Have you always been a petrol head? Yeah, I grew up on a farm and I started with tractors and motor bikes and beaten up cars and hooning around the property. It has come out of me in a legal way for a change. Beside you is John Lawson. He has a special car. Tell us about what you're driving in Targa?. It is a 1926 old racing car from the '20S. I think Ambel car won more races in the '20S than other car. It has been raced continuously and it holds the lap records in Australia at the moment and it won't do that and it is detuned for this event. Tell us, it is day one and you kick things off today. What lies ahead for you guys quickly? Five days of absolute bliss. In my State, they'd lock people up for doing this. Marvellous stuff and good fun. That's what lies ahead of us. We wish you were there with you. The whole event is helping diabetes Australia we should mention. That's fantastic. I hope they all get better. You guys have a great down there. Stuart I know you'll have a Ball. Try and keep it nice and straight. I'll drive this one straight. It is more expensive than the golf clubs. It looks like a lot of fun. I think Stuart apple Appleby will have to be a starter into the next celebrity Grand Prix race. Checking the markets now. Wall Street traded in positive territory. Over in Europe most indices finished higher. At home the All Ords and the ASX 200 were closed due to the public holiday. Let's now take a look at what's happening in the world of business and finance for this week. The National Australia Bank will be releasing its monthly business survey today. On Wednesday, there's some consumer prices data out from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. And on Friday there's new home sales out there's new home sales out for the month of March. How do you stop telemarketing phone calls? There is a way. We will have all the details at 7.20. But straight ahead news, sport and weather. You're waking up with Sunrise. Natalie Forrest with you. Good news for residents More news at midday. The big ones and the little ones, the guardians and the comedians, We're for digging, scratching, sniffing and fetching. And if there were an international holiday for dogs, we'd be for that too. Welcome back to Sunrise. Let's check the newspapers from around the country. The Age says Indonesian police have identified the so-called enforcer in the Bali Nine drugs case. The paper says the man is a Sydney martial arts instructor. He's the one who allegedly threatened He's the one who allegedly threatened to kill the families of the couriers if they didn't follow orders. The Australian features Australia's oldest World War I veteran, 107-year-old Peter Casserly. He was the only one of the country's three surviving Great War vets, to parade yesterday. And the Hobart Mercury carries the proud news that Princess Mary is to be a mum. Set to be a mum. Not quite yet. We think they conceived here in Australia. No, they found out here in Australia. We reckon it was conceived. No, Nat is right on that. Thank you Lisa. We worked out January 24, it was probably conceived. Were you there? No girls know these things. There's a set time. She peaked early on Australia Day, she was on Danish time perhaps. She peaked early. A technical description of it. We think she found out she was pregnant when she was in Australia and we're trying to find out exactly which pharmacy Fred went to to get the positive test and we've had an email from Sally. She said principal princess Mary's sister works in a pharmacy in Tassie and maybe that's where the test was bought from. We have suggestions on names. Hang on, before you do names, we have to do the surname. We know them as Fred and Mary. Hopefully this will help, the surname is Gluczberg. It sounds like you have a fur ball. Gary maybe. Princess La ya. And princess Ocha. You were suggesting princess Kylie. I'm thinking Ebony Ray. Or Dwayne. Kevin. Kevin Gluczburg. Two cultures there. It has to match and I don't think that matches. It has international flavour to it. Dad is Pince Frederik and prince Kevin. We've solved it. Nat's here with the news. There is outrage this morning over piles of rubbish left behind by pilgrims at Gallipoli. The sacred site is a mess with boxes and paper strewn across the national park. Plastic garbage bags have also been dumped at the foot of memorials. Critics argue the choice of pre-dawn service entertainment was also amiss. (Bee Gees sing) Disco hits by the Bee Gees, including the song Stayin' Alive has been described as inappropriate. Indonesian police have identified Indonesian police have identified a second member of the Bali Nine as the man making death threats against the families of the accused drug smugglers. They now believe the suspected bodyguard of the alleged godfather, Andrew Chan, is the real drug boss. Bali's drug squad chief says 24 year-old Sydney martial arts expert Myuran Sukumaran is one of two men who delivered death threats and gave the heroin to those arrested at the airport. The police had earlier identified Andrew Chan as the ring leader. It backs up claims by other members of the Bali Nine who have pointed the finger at Chan, and one other. REPORTER: How many of them? Two of them! Indonesian Police now believe Sukumaran may have outranked Chan in the smuggling operation. The pair are among four of the group who have been treated in hospital for a range of health complaints including sore throats, achy joints and flu symptoms. (broken English) All the people in the prison, of course, is very stressed, or depression, but we don't know exactly what's going on with them. Interrogations of the four caught at the airport are expected to run most of the week. Meantime, the head judge in Schapelle Corby's trial has sentenced another foreigner to life in jail, for possessing and dealing a kilogram of heroin. Corby will make a personal plea to the judge on Thursday. The death toll from a Japanese train disaster has risen to 57. Rescuers have worked through the night to reach those still trapped in the wreckage. Almost 600 passengers were on board the peak-hour commuter train when it jumped the tracks and crashed into an apartment building near Osaka. It is Japan's worst rail accident in 40 years and investigators believe the inexperienced 23-year-old driver was speeding around a bend. Electricity employees, sacked by Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen, will picket his state funeral next week. The former Queensland premier The former Queensland premier dismissed 1,000 striking workers in 1985, for refusing to sign individual contracts. Community leaders in Kingaroy warn the protesters face a fiery reception, but his widow's thoughts remain with well-wishers. I'd just like to say a big hearty thank you indeed to them because it's helped make things so much easier. Sir Joh died on Saturday. He'll be buried He'll be buried on the family property next Tuesday. Well, it's official. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark is pregnant. The Danish palace says she's due at the end of October. The 33-year-old plans to give birth to the second-in-line to the throne at Copenhagen's University Hospital. The announcement confirms rumours the Tasmanian was pregnant during her recent tour home. Mary and Crown Prince Frederik married last May. Michael Jackson's former wife and mother of two of his children can go ahead and testify against him in his child molestation trial. The judge has allowed prosecutors to call Debbie Rowe as a witness. She'll tell jurors Jackson asked her to make a video praising him and in exchange, he would let her visit her children. Prosecutors say the evidence will prove the Jackson camp uses children like pawns. Rowe and Jackson are involved in a custody battle over their children, Prince Michael and Paris. To finance now. Wall Street traded in positive territory. Over in Europe, most indices finished higher. At home the All Ords and the ASX 200 was closed due to the public holiday. To sports news now with Mark Beretta and Kevin Sheedy lays the boot into the AFL. Bombers coach Kevin Sheedy has hit back at suggestions star full-forward Matthew Lloyd is a diver. Sheedy's blow-up came after his side beat Collingwood in a scrappy match in front of a packed house at the MCG. He claims the umpires aren't calling free kicks when Lloyd is fouled, believing he is play-acting to attract more penalties in the goal square. Essendon skipper James Hird could be in trouble with the Tribunal. The Match Review Panel will look at a charging incident today. To Rugby League, Roosters coach Ricky Stuart says referee Sean Hampstead has set a dangerous precedent after sending playmaker Brent Finch to the sin bin for fighting with Dragons prop Justin Poore. Speaking after his side's two-point loss to the Dragons, Stuart claimed referees would now have to send referees would now have to send any player involved in a fight to the bin. The win is a confidence boost for the improving Dragons. Half-back Matthew Head and winger Matt Copper combined to seal the match in the final minutes. To Rugby, and Brumbies fly-half Stephen Larkham won't play against the Hurricanes on Saturday. Larkham injured his arm in round six and was expecting to return for this match, but he failed a fitness test yesterday and will be out for at least another week. And Arsenal has beaten Tottenham 1-0 in the English Premier League. Jose Antonio Reyes scored the winner for the Gunners in the 22nd minute. It means Chelsea will have to wait until Saturday's match against Bolton to clinch the title. We were talking about the big apple earlier on and I mentioned Stanhope in Queensland and it is StanThorpe. It is bigger than the one in Donneybrooke in WA. They're big, it is just not the biggest. Lets face it, size does matter when it comes to big things. Grant's helping Mel get ready for Disneyland next week. We're doing weather duties. Cooling down in WA. Patches of morning fog over the south-east, ahead of a mostly sunny day and on-shore winds will cause isolated showers in coastal New South Wales and Queensland. The fairytale union of Mary Donaldson and Prince Frederik is now complete. The Palace has confirmed the Crown Princess is pregnant. (All oh) So what's the reaction like in Europe from the people and the press? It's over to a good friend of the show, Jono Coleman in London. Good morning. So the Danes will be relieved? Yeah they're very, very leefd. I rang up a radio station in Denmark early this afternoon and they seem to be very, very happy and it is a big story, like you showed on the newspapers in Tasmania, the front page of the Mercury and I think they're very excited. It hasn't been such a huge story so far in

the UK because we've had the big football match between the Spurs and Arsenal and there's more going on with the election and the Beckhams are trying to save their marriage again. It seems that Frederick and princess Mary is a big story with those guys in Copenhagen. It might be big in the papers here in the UK tomorrow. They love a royal story and they had a fizzer with Charles and Camilla I'm afraid. I'm relieved for Mary. There's a lot of pressure on her. Producing when you're a European royal is high on the agenda isn't it? Didn't she have to take a fertility test before her marriage. It is obviously a serious business producing an heir? Let's face it. The royal family in the UK have been trying to get things organised with the royal princes and Charles and it is important to have the right heir. As you guys were saying before. I think it might have been conceived or the pregnancy test was done maybe in Tasmania when the tour of Australia was happening and maybe it was an Australia Day kind of conception. The pressure is definitely on her and a lot of people are worried about her being too thin and too skinny. It is such great news, not only for the people in Denmark and the people of Tasmania. This is the first time the Australians have had a person in the royal family. You were saying earlier that the British press at this stage are more obsessed with Victoria Beckham and the state of her marriage than what's going on with Crown Princess Mary but don't you see she does have the potential to have a little bit of Diana about her in terms of the British press. She's beautiful and dresses superbly and the maternity out fits we'll look at. Will her profile continue to build over there? Absolutely. That's you, your old magazine head on there. I

can tell you're thinking of front covers of magazines. The sound you hear in the distance is presses going into overdrive for the magazines? You put princess Diana's face on a magazine in this country and Australia and it is guaranteed to sell more and the same will happen with princess Mary, especially once the child is born in late October. The Brits will eat up another royal baby story and they both look fantastic. If you guys can help come up with a name, whether it is princess Hobart or prince Launceston. There should be an Australian vibe there. Princess Tasman. Apple. Don't you hate it when Gweneth steels your perfect baby name. We're delighted with the outcome for princess Mary and wish the Brits luck with their princes in getting them hitched up. It seems to be the name of the game. Elton's getting married was the big story in the Mirror. Elton getting married to his boyfriend. A bit of a royal story almost. He's not pregnant though. No. Thank Jonofor that. Jonoin London. Elton's everybody's favourite godfather, there was a report the other day that Donatela Versace has gone into drug rehab and Elton's looking out for her and helping her out. He's become the godfather to them all. A complete change of subject, how many Australian movies have you been to see? Have you got a favourite? There's an investigation in the daily tell graph and the film finance corporation which is a Government body, our money and taxpayers money, goes to fund a lot of these movies. There have been

terrific ones like Crackerjack which I think was terrific. Lantana. It cost us 2.2 mill beyond an earnt $7 million. Black and White cost the taxpayers $2.7 million to fund and earnt $62,000 at the box office. I didn't heard of it. Visitors cost $3.4 million for us to fund, the taxpayers and earnt $34,000. Is Lantana on there? That was successful. Thunderstruck earnt $900,000 and cost 3.1 million. The Dish? That was privately done and the guys behind the panel. These are the ones we fund. Should we be in the business of funding Australian films and instead of the arty farty films coming out, should we fund films like crackerjack that appeal to normal Australians. Dow just want blockbusters? We just want our money back. Are we meant to be a character for the film festival? Maybe there's some enriching the cultural landscaping. I know people trying to get films up and people who have written scripts and it is difficult. Maybe they're choosing the wrong films. There's a lot of good scripts out there that can't get up. What's your best Australian film movie that we've funded. I can tell you an arty farty one, someone has to get shot, a car chase and a love interest. They're the three things to follow and you'll make money. And a 20-something blonde up the front. Let us know your views. Up soon, a blast from the past carves out a new music career. Molly Meldrum tells us who the reborn pop star is at 7.40. But next what will IVF cost if the Government cuts rebates? We'll have the answer from Edwina, at the R.O.S. Wall, after the break. JAZZY MUSIC New Oral-B Brush-Ups. SONG: # Rip, Slip # Brush...ah! # Brush-Ups are minty and textured, so now you can brush your teeth any time, anywhere. All you gotta do is... SONG: # Rip, Slip, Brush...ah! # New Oral-B Brush-Ups. When Sunrise needs a car in a flash, we call Avis, because Avis tries harder. To secure your own unbeatable rental visit our web site. Staying with the baby theme this morning and there's been speculation of changes to the IVF system. The Government may limit the number of publicly-funded treatments. Sunrise viewer, Lucy, says she's been considering IVF, but is now concerned but is now concerned about the costs. It's a question for the R.O.S. Wall and Sunrise intern, Edwina Bartholomew. Good morning. Where can she find information on this? The Australian fertility network offers more information. Currently Medicare covers 80% of the costs of IVF. If you didn't have it being covered by Medicare, you'd fork out $4, 500 every time you tried it. What the government is planning to do is limit young women to three treatments a year and older women above 42, possibly will only be allowed three treatments altogether. They're trying to limit that and looking at spending $4, 500 each time you want to try it if you're not covered by Medicare. That hasn't been concluded? No, that's a definite may. Tracey wants to know where she can get one of Jesse McCartney's charity wrist bands. He was on the show last week with the screaming teenage girls and a nice bloke and there's the yellow wrist band. They have sold 40 million of the Lance Armstrong wrist bands. They're all really popular and they're catching on here. $3 from Nike stores and factory outlets around the country. They're selling out around the country and check if they have them before you get them and the money goes to people who are surviving cancer and people who need treatment. Pauline wants to stop telemarketing calls like we

all do. How does she do it? Is it possible? It is possible, you go along to the Australian direct marketing association and send them a letter or sign up on the website and they'll remove you from the list. Their list contains 500 people and it includes insurers and banks and charities. You won't be removed from the lists you've signed up to. If you tick a box and to send specials, you won't be removed from those. It is a matter of going to the original companies and saying no more. You have to look at the fine print and it is the tinyest line down the bottom. And on the Internet you have to physically remove it. Love is in the air for Mary and Fred and Robyn wants to know if you're allowed to get engaged if you're still legally married? Robyn is obviously - Robyn and her partner are still legally married but separated. Michael Kuzilny our legal expert says you can. Engagement is a private contract and marriage is an official thing. When you get the decree of dissolution, it is not a problem. You can put the ring on and you can't get married until the divorce comes through from each person. After Anzac Day yesterday, Melinda wants to know where the Last Post originated from? Melinda was having an argument with her husband. Don't want to cause any fights. What happens is there are various Bugle calls that are part of the military condition and the duty officer rounds up the stragglers and sends them off to bed and when he cited the round he played the first post and when he finished his round he played the Last Post. That's adapted as part of funerals and Anzac Day as a way to say to the fallen their duty is over and rest in peace. Do we know who came up with the tune? Military tradition, I don't know but we'll

find out. Don't forget the R.O.S. Wall is your agenda setting, you run the show and if you have any questions, we stick them on the R.O.S. Wall and it stands for responses of Sunrisers and it has nothing to do with the former poll tissue yan and Edwina follows them up. We get fascinateIng questions and answer. That's what it was designed for. All the answers to today's questions will be on the Sunrise website and have a look at that. Are supermarkets about to take chunks out of Dick Smith's food business? Later this hour we'll talk to him about the fight of his life. But after the break all the news, sport and weather you need. This is Sunrise across Australia. CALM MUSIC What you're about to see will change your mind about speeding. Two identical cars - one travelling at 60km/h, the other at 65km/h. A sudden change in the road ahead. CAMERAS CLICK HORN BLARES CAME AS CLICK And both drivers first react. And then, a moment later... ..they brake. And things start to get interesting. Down here, the difference is extraordinary. In the last 5m of braking, you wipe off half your speed. So this car is still doing 32km/h when it hits. This one also hits, but only at 5km/h. So no matter how good a driver you are, 5km/h difference up there makes 27km/h difference down here. What do you get when you combine Australia's happiest TV show with the world's happiest place. (sings) M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E. It's party time at Disneyland. The entire Sunrise team will be on location all of next week. We'll be joining a global celebration marking Disneyland's 50th birthday. Join us for a walk down memory lane and a gigantic leap into the future, not to mention Grant trying out every ride. The happiest celebration on earth thanks to Disneyland, Qantas Holidays, Qantas Airways, Jetset and Travelworld. Sunrise does Disneyland all live and all next week. We're talking about embarrassing moments and the old saying goes "You should quit while you're ahead" and a teenage girl sets out to sing the Star Spangeld banner at an ice hockey match in Canada. She starts thinging the song and forgets the words. After apologiseing to the crowd, what do you do, you gather your thoughts and take a deep breath and start again. (Sings) # Oh say can you see # ... Sorry She leaves the ice. Presumably to get a copy of the words from the dressing room. After a bit of a delay she returns from the dressing room to have another go, when over she goes. Then and only then did she decide to call it a night and it was all too late. Isn't that amazing and

yep get on with it. Look at the guy on the far right covering his finger over his mouth. Can't laugh too much. That was like the Bledisloe cup of ice hockey. We're asking you your most embarrassing moments and Debra says "Recently I was in Kmart with my toddler who brought me a poty that looked like hers and a couple of minutes later I found her hidden at the end of the row and filling it. Speechless, I stuck it back on the shelf and fled the store". There's a surprise for someone. When you're doing toilet training that's a big accomplishment. That's probably a proud mum. At least they'll know it works. The child will go to it and use it. Rob says "After a work Christmas party I came home drunk and got undressed and crawled into what I thought was bed and woken hours later by my wife an hour later that I was on the front lawn for the neighbours to see. Kim in Victoria says her most embarrassing moment was giving a family member a present for their wedding that had been a present I received for mine that I had two of, the problem was I didn't take out the old card we'd received and when they opened the presents in front of everyone, they found the card. You have to be careful with the regifting. You have to know what you ar doing. Send them in. have ended This year's Gallipoli services have ended with the sacred site resembling a tip. 17,000 pilgrims made the journey to Anzac Cove and left their rubbish behind. Record crowds pouring into Gallipoli have left the sacred site a mess. Rubbish is everywhere with boxes and paper strewn across the national park. Plastic garbage bags have also been dumped at the foot of memorials. Pilgrims blame a lack of bins. The latest incident follows the controversy over recent roadworks and the erection of stands on graves. There's also outrage over the choice of pre-dawn service entertainment. Disco hits by the Bee Gees, including the song Stayin' Alive, were a surprise, given officials vetoed a John Farnham concert for being inappropriate. The scandal followed one of the most important of the Gallipoli commemorations - the service at Lone Pine Cemetery. For us it will always remain the story of our young nation's courage. The New Zealand PM attended Australia's ceremony but Helen Clark has refused to criticise John Howard for not returning the favour at Chunuk Bair. The service here was less solemn - a chance for the crowd to express its patriotism. CHEERING Indonesian police have identified a member of the Bali Nine they say may have been the real ringleader in the drug-smuggling operation. They now believe Sydney martial arts expert Myuran Sukumaran was equal to, or higher up the chain of command, than Andrew Chan. Bali's drug squad chief says the 24 year-old is the man who threatened to kill the families of those caught trying to smuggle heroin at Denpasar Airport. At first, police suspected Sukumaran was Chan's bodyguard. The head judge in Schapelle Corby's drug-smuggling trial has sentenced another foreigner to life in jail, for possessing and dealing heroin. The Nigerian passport holder was arrested last August with 1.1kg of the drug. Meantime, Corby will make a personal plea to the judge on Thursday. Her defence team says she will write the address in her jail cell and read it out during final submissions. A woman has died in a unit fire in Sydney's west. Fire crews arrived at the unit block at Cabramatta just after 8 o'clock last night to find it well alight. They found the body of a woman in the bedroom of the burned out property. Some 60 people were evacuated from the apartment block. Investigations into the cause continue. Pope Benedict XVI has revealed he prayed to God during the conclave not to be elected. His comments came during a meeting with German pilgrims at the Vatican, where he received a hero's welcome. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE The 78-year-old said he'd hoped to spend his remaining years living in peace and quiet. Earlier, Benedict also met with members of the Muslim community and other churches at his first papal audience. Two cute sisters have made their public debut four months after their birth. Polar bears Venus and Valeska ventured out and about at Berlin Zoo for the first time. Animal lovers watched on as they tested the waters in their enclosure. Keepers had feared mother Vienna might be too stressed to take care of her offspring, but it now seems she can't "bear" to be apart from her little ones. I love the graphic over the shoulder as well. Sunrise cute news. I didn't see it. That sums it up. Here's Mark with sport and Essendon's Anzac Day win could prove costly. Essendon's 14-point win over Collingwood could cost them, with stars James Hird and Mark Johnson both reported for charging. If Hird is sent to the AFL Tribunal his previous good record could save him from suspension. The skipper's only previous black mark was a one-match ban in 2002. Johnson is likely to be charged for this hit on Collingwood's Rhyce Shaw. To Rugby League, and the Dragons say yesterday's last gasp play which sealed the points against the Roosters was no fluke. Half-back Matthew Head says the club studied how Roosters full-back Anthony Minichiello stands in defence during the week and always planned to have him out of position with a chip and chase. Australia's Adam Scott has rocketed up golf's world rankings. The Queenslander is now No.6 in the world following his win at the Johnnie Walker Classic at the weekend. Arsenal has beaten Tottenham 1-0 in their clash and Reyes scored the winner. British bookies aren't bad. This is betting on the Danish royal baby. Early days but a girl is paying $1.85 for a girl and $1.95 for a boy. At the moment we feel we may have a princess. Do we know the form of the Donaldson's and Gluczberg's. Mary has a sister - She has two sisters. I think there's one brother. Pretty even. If anyone knows, send us your form guides. Early form would be helpful and you can bet on whether Mary will give birth before or after November 1 and the birth weight. Nothing yet on names. What's the weight? You can bet below or above 3.4kg. That is nearly 8 pounds. That's a reasonable size. That's good and healthy. Aussie babies are pretty big and macho and things like that. They can be. Should we be heavier than European skwirts. What were your three Lisa? They were standard issue which is surprising given the male involved. You were thinking you were going to get 10 pounders. I was scared. I was 11 pound. I held the record at the queen Elisabeth hospital in Adelaide until an Italian lady came

and broke it. I was a bit late, almost killed mum. I came out with a 5:00 shadow. Pete set the record for length. Are we talking birth here? That's bragging. As a favour to my husband, I'll leave it out there, I won't finish that sentence. Lets move to the weather for Tuesday. A few showers on the north Queensland coast, and in the south-east corner as well. Fine inland. Showers developing around Brisbane, starting by the coast and moving inland. Mostly fine across NSW and the ACT. Just the chance of late rain in the north-east. Mainly dry around Sydney. There could be a shower or two at Katoomba and Wollongong. Fine throughout Victoria, with morning fog over much of the southern, central and eastern areas. Sunny around Melbourne, after a foggy start. Fine and mild across Tasmania. In South Australia. Early fog around Mt Gambier. Sunny at Ceduna, and fine in Adelaide. Fine and hot throughout the Northern Territory. In Western Australia, cloud increasing over the south-west coast, and hot in the north due to easterly winds. Carnarvan is the home of bananas. Do they have a big banana? I don't think so but they do lots of big bananas. 23 in Perth. That too. Coming up is it the beginning of the end for Dick Smith's food empire? We'll check on the looming changes for supermarket shelves at 7.50. But next the new music star with a Scandal'Us past. Find out what she's all about when we talk music with Molly Meldrum. Time now for new music, and you might remember Tamara Jaber as a member of the short-lived band Scandal'Us. Tamara is now carving herself a solo career. Molly Meldrum recently caught up with her. Good morning. Tell us more about Tamara? She came to the house to do the interview and I hadn't seen the video until we were ready to go with the interview. The video itself is sensational and there's a lot of hoo-ha about how much money has been spent on the video. It is well worth it. It is a sensational video and the dancing beats anything in America and I reckon, obviously the song itself and the video have really pushed Tamara and right up and second week in she's number 13. Lets take a look at your interview. And it's call Oh, Ah. Oh, Ah. Oh, Ah, I've Lost My Bra. Well basically, after Scandal'Us I just kind of had a break and then went to London and started working on my new album and I came up with this song Oh, Ah, I've Lost My Bra, which everybody kind of knows the nursery rhyme from. Yeah, yeah. And I just wanted a really cool, urban, tribal kind of a beat and I just wanted something fun, sexy, kind of sexy and nice. Okay, let's go back to the days of Popstars 2. What was that experience like? Oh, it was unbelieveable. As I say, like people say, like "You know, are you bitter about it, do you hate it?" and I say, "I absolutely loved it. It was the time of my life." It was so fun but it was also a really great lesson and it was like a crash course in the music industry. How scary was it when, okay, Scandal'Us did become the biggest thing here in Australia, then the crash bang. You go out on a solo career path, you're going to go solo now was that scary? It was scary. Like I felt like, I mean, so many of the other pop stars had done it and I just felt like I was the last one to do it and it was really hard because there's was a lot more pressure and there's a whole stigma about the pop star thing but I've never felt manufacturered because I've been doing this since I was four-years old and I just thought to myself I've got nothing to lose, I'm just going to risk it all, take my time and do it properly. So the album, when are you looking for the album? The album's done, it's completely finished - July. Right. Yep, July the album. Second single we're going to do the clip for soon in two weeks. Wow, you're rushing. Yeah, so everything's done. I don't want people to get bored of the song before they hear the next one. I want to role it out and people are going to be really surprised because Oh, Ah is really the only one of its kind on the album. Tamara is Kyle's partner from Kyle and Jackie's radio program. He manages it and it is his record label? His record label but I tell you what she's a talented young lady and she's a great singer and the video itself is sensational and the dancing in it blows me away and well done to her and congratulations to Kyle. I'm excited at the moment and it I'm so excited and it is nothing to do with the Saints winning on the weekend and the Storm. Cat Empire, who are a band from Melbourne, with their album Two Shoes, have rocketed to number one on the ARIA charts. Congratulations to them. A fantastic band an different to anything else around and well done. In England last week, our own Natalie Imbruglia, with Counting Down the Days went to number one on the English charts and this week it is number five. Well done to Nat and so excited about Nat being number 1 in the UK and Cat Empire being number one in Australia. The boys are back. I'm talking about Oasis and this is not the cover, it is a test pressing of the cover, they're certainly back, this song will be huge. Here they are with Lyla. (Sings) # Say Lyla # The world around us makes me feel so small # Lyla # If you can't hear me call then I can say Lyla # Heaven help you catch me if I fall... Good to see them back and our old mate Bette Midler is wowing them across the country and extra shows? You told me about that last week and I got back from overseas

and you told me how much you enjoyed Bette. I saw her on the weekend and chatted with her afterwards and she's sensational and for Sydney, an extra show, there's one on the Saturday night and another one's gone on sale for Sunday night. Bette Midler's 's kissing my brass all over the country and these hats in front of me, I promised Destiny's Child when I was in nerbg I'd give them a hat and they didn't forget when I did the interview. They're in town tonight and there's the hats girls. Kochie, have a great time in America and don't take the Mick y out of the Americans. Your mate Mario we had on the show yesterday. He was a gentleman and a great performer. I believe your girls love him? They've been converted from Usher to Mario and he's on the same act as destiny's child tonight in Melbourne. Thanks Molly, catch you next time. I hope the hats have a great trip. I hope he has bubble wrap. They'd go out of shape quickly. Are parents worrying so much about what others think, that they forget the needs of their kids? Next hour we'll look at a new study on parenting problems, during Sunrise In Focus. But next, has Dick Smith really raised the white flag in his fight for Aussie-owned food? We'll speak to the man himself when Sunrise continues. Always in need of a good night's sleep