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(generated from captions) This program is LIVE captioned. for breakfast, I'm really sorry. If you're just joining us Undies keep things under. at other people. You just like to laugh Yeah (Shouts) Who's the best? time to wake up with friends. Right across Australia, it's again This is Sunrise on Seven.

here's Kochie and Mel. Now from Brekky Central # Put your hands in to the big sky # It's Tuesday, 28 June. Good morning.

Get those tax returns in. has become the stuff of folklore. The end of Ned Kelly and his gang It's been made into several movies 125 years ago? but what really happened on this day One history buff reckons he knows. escaped the shoot-out and pub fire Ned's brother, Dan, to live happily ever after. and fled to Queensland be asked to investigate the theory Today, the Victorian coroner will to finally sort it out. More on that after 7.00.

Lib's great grandmother went out

with Dan Kelly. That its a great

story. What was Lib's great

grandmother's name?

It was the grandmother of Grandma

Pussy related to Aunty Duck, Lib's

family is like old MacDonald's farm.

She owned the pub in Glenrowan.

That is what the family reckons. I

all proportion reckon they have blown it out of

history That is the great thing about

No-one is around to argue

A Coroner today is going to find

out what happened 125 years ago.

That is historic detective work,

isn't it? I love it.

Let us know what you reckon. Also on the way, to stop cricket tours of Zimbabwe. the latest push is coming in to cook us breakfast. Plus, celebrity chef Bill Granger Plus, celebrity chef Bill Granger

Smoked mackerel Can we have more kippers?

No, he says!

He wouldn't try it

I tried it - stayed with me for a

very long time, let me say that

It is an eye qierd taste

Don't get me wrong, Darren cooked

it superbly but ...

Not my sort of breakfast. can a cheater change his spots? And we'll ask,

An animal? Can't change his spots

A cheating husband

The leopard with the spots

Smoogts cats that get into Smoogts cats that get into trouble,

they have been in the news a bit

this week. We want to know if they

can be reformed or whether they are

a lost cause

What do you think? What is your view?

I would kill him

He wont be around to find out!

No, I'm kidding. I don't know.

He would never do it again?

No. But I must admit a serial

cheater, there are people out there

who cheat time and time again as we

have seen this week - no names!

It is amazing in your circle of

friends whom you can spot. We

talked about it at dinner. The

girls are saying "He's a cheater,

he's a cheater he oh

intrinsically Women know these things

Can they sense tonight

I think so

But about their own partners can

other people? they or can they only see it with

Only with other people, think. They

weren't talk I can about me, thanks

other people very much. They were talking about

I wasn't even inferring you

Let us know, can serial cheaters change their spots? Let us know what you think. to send us an email Log on to our Sunrise web site or send us an SMS. the latest news with Simon Reeve. Right now though, it's time for Good morning, Simon. Good morning, everyone. A medical report has revealed severe spinal injuries Vivian Alvarez was suffering wrongful deportation. at the time of her her return from the Philippines, Her Australian lawyers are delaying

compensation from the Government. fearing she won't receive proper was found in the Philippines It's 51 days since Vivian Alvarez

and she's still not home. she won't receive proper care Her legal team is worried if she returns to Australia with the Federal Government. before reaching an agreement with the Federal Government.

without proper treatment so she needs a lot of assistance. She needs a lot of rehabilitation cord in a car accident in 2001 The mother of two severed her spinal her to the Philippines but the Immigration Department sent just days later. Her injuries were so severe on the deportation papers, she couldn't sign her name a thumb-print was used instead. proper rehabilitation services. They knew that she would not get I think that is inhumane and cruel should be called to account and I think that those bureaucrats

for their actions. six months care. The Government has offered Ms Alvarez Her lawyers want much more. It's a substantial sum and yes. probably is more than $1 million. It's certainly - It's certainly -

pressure over immigration procedures The Government will come under more findings in the next few days. when it releases the Palmer Inquiry

Hotman Paris Hutapea, Schapelle Corby's lawyer, has admitted he has a shady past. from a Perth QC Allegations of bribery her Indonesian legal team last week. led to Schapelle firing since re-hired all but two of them. But the convicted drug smuggler has I am not a hypocrite, I am a gentleman, but I am not a clean person. I will be clean. But for this case,

Corby's defence team now plans back on track. to put the 27-year-old's appeal have launched more anti-terror raids ASIO and the Federal Police across Sydney and Melbourne. searches on four Melbourne homes Last week, they carried out similar in Sydney and Melbourne. to foil plans to attack landmarks in Sydney and Melbourne.

The Attorney-General's office operation is linked to those raids. refuses to say whether the latest Investigators say

and no arrests have been made. their targets cooperated There is anger among the sadness on the Pacific Highway after the latest horror crash after the latest horror crash

on the New South Wales north coast. in a Toyota Tarago died Four passengers of a bus carrying school students when it crossed into the path

near Coffs Harbour. 13 others were injured, in the Tarago, including a teenage girl who is critical. Locals say on this stretch of the highway 15 people have now been killed in the past five years the road has not been upgraded. and are furious

local mayor Keith Rhoades, At 7.15, we'll speak to an upgrade to the Pacific Highway. who has been campaigning for Up to 30,000 Melbourne rail commuters are in line for ticket compensation for yesterday's system shutdown. Just before midday, a water pipe to an airconditioner unit burst in the computer room. There was a significant amount of water in the sub-floor and to ensure the safety of the system and the people involved it was necessary to do a controlled shutdown. More than 60 trains stopped,

stranding passengers for about two hours. Connex says holders of weekly and other passes are eligible for a daily ticket as compensation. Perth socialite Rose Porteous is heading back to the courts. This time her lawyers are suing her for $14 million plus interest in accumulated unpaid fees. Law firm Slater and Gordon represented Rose in her long fight with step-daughter, Gina Rinehart, over the $400 million estate left by mining magnate, Lang Hancock.

Only last week, the former housemaid was charged for fraud after changing a prescription for a sedative.

To sports news now with Mark Beretta and Lleyton Hewitt marches on at Wimbledon. Lleyton Hewitt is through to the quarter-finals after beating America's Taylor Dent. But his former fiancee is out - Kim Clijsters losing to top seed Lindsay Davenport. Defending champion Maria Sharapova defeated Nathalie Dechy. Andy Roddick was too good for 15th seed Guillermo Coria. But Hewitt is still the danger man in the men's draw. The third seed led 2-0 and held match point in the third, but lost the tie-breaker 9-7. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Hewitt didn't make the same mistake in the fourth

and sealed it 6-3 after three hours on court. The AFL will force every club in the league to recruit at least one Sydney teenager next year. It's part of a plan to increase the popularity of the game in the city. Not one New South Wales teenager was taken in this year's national draft and only three have been unearthed from the greater Sydney area over the past six years. Bulldogs' prop Mark O'Meley Australian cricket coach John Buchanan fears Michael Clarke's back injury is more than just a one-off problem. Clarke was confined to his hotel bed as Australia beat England and Buchanan says the injury

is likely to dog him throughout his career. The dashing right-hander was moving freely

during the Aussies' training session at Edgbaston and is available for the match against England tonight. And that match is live on Seven tonight from 11.00pm.

Now that is going to be a beauty tonight

It will be a cracker

It is very sad for Kim Clijsters

but if she had gone on and win,

because Lleyton will win, they

would have had to dance together at

the champ Johns ball. It I probably just as well

That could have been an

uncomfortable moment Have to be a quick step

Good on you Mel

Get it over and done with! Didn't

she want a court changed in one of

the early rounds because it was

going to be next to Lleyton's so a

bit of bad blood there

What do you do if you bump into

your ex-, that is a pretty public

bumping-into. He is about to be

married and is about to become a father

And Bec is there. Let us know if

you are playing in the quarterfinals at Wimbledon! Grant is back on the Weather Wagon today. Where are you?

Hi guys. You can really understand

why Perth is one of the most

isolated capitals in the world when

you actually try to drive around WA

you are going to love today's

location. We drove all night and

got basically nowhere. So we just

pulled over on the side of the road

and this is where we are on the

highway somewhere. Heading north -

the only road through WA heading

north and hope you enjoy the view

because - that is about it. It is

certainly good. Thank God we didn't

breakdown. You would call someone

if we broke down, wont you? Eventually

We would call the royal flying doctor

We actually saw a sign that - well,

we thought surely there might be

some services. This Roodhouse is

where we ended up. Let me tell you

a bit about this place. Now we got

that out of the way let's have a look at the forecast. Moist easterly winds

will cause showers along the NSW and Queensland coasts. The heaviest falls will happen close to the border. Meanwhile, an inland trough will trigger rain and isolated storms over southern Queensland. And a high will keep much of the rest of the country dry. The two-day outlook - Brisbane, Sydney and Canberra should be cloudy and showery. Fine in Hobart. Partly cloudy in Melbourne and Adelaide. Showers developing in Perth, and staying dry and hot in Darwin.

There you have it. The Nanutarra

Roodhouse, population - 125! And

hopefully we will have them all out

for us today. Basically it is just

surrounding station of about a

million and a half hectares so it

will take them a while to get here

It is a big country, isn't it, and

a big state WAt extraordinary

There is Grant exploring it for us.

Thank you, talk to you soon.

Watch out for traffic False alarm Is London out of its league in trying to host the 2012 Games? We sent Monique Wright to find out. See her report at 7.50. But after the break, is your car on a thief's hit list? We'll have advice on how to safeguard your wheels when we return. so we're offering even more. The ST-R Navara has a powerful turbo diesel engine, with a 2,800kg towing capacity. Be quick - this offer must end on June 30. Nissan's 'Drive to a Million'. Get into your Nissan dealer now. A campaign is under way to reduce the number of cars being stolen in Australia.

A list of the most popular targets for thieves has been drawn up. So is your pride and joy on that list? Here to take us through it is Ray Carroll

of the National Motor Vehicle Test Reduction Council. Good morning. Firstly, how many vehicles are stolen nationwide each year?

At the moment Mel around about

835,000 a year which is still a lot

of cars if you think about it

Ray, is that getting better or

worse in terms of numbers?

It is actually getting better. In

2001 it was like 145,000 cars so

there has been a huge improvement

but our problem is that we think

now that with that sort of drop

people can easily become complacent

and it won't take much to see it

going back up again.

Let's talk about which vehicle are

most likely to be stolen by thieves.

We have a graphic here, if you can

run through them. Commodore leading

the pack?

Yeah, those early model Commodores

made before 1990 are really the

favourite of your joyriders, the

type of kids who wear their

baseball cap backwards on their

head. They are very easy to steal

and they go fast. Same with the

Ford Falcon which advertise vehicle

after that. Then it might surprise

people that things like the Laizer,

very early Corolla and the high

undie excel are popular because if

it is Friday or Saturday and

somebody want to get home they are

prepared to take anything

Ray, you are sounding like a grumpy

old man. I have to come to the

defence of young kids who wear

their baseball kids backwards, they

don't all steel cars - how do you

secure your car though? What is the

best way and experience has shown

to reduce the chances of your car

being stolen?

The bets thing is to fit an

electronic device and your mechanic

security is okay, better than

nothing, but it does rely on the

driver using it all the time. Our

experience has shown that if you

are an immobiliser you have 99

protection because you must protect

your keys because we are now seeing

a trend towards key theft

Keep the car locked in a garage,

park in a well-lit area at night

and don't leave valuables visible.

Let's hope the numbers continue to

reduce the way they have been. Ray

thank you for joining us. And if you'd like to find out more about keeping your car safe, just head to the Sunrise web site.

Don't wear your hat backwards! What's the 125-year mystery surrounding the Kelly Gang? Meet the man intent on solving it after 7 o'clock. But next, if finance is a mystery to you, we can help. We'll cross direct to Wall Street after the break.

If you want a fantastic factory bonus on a brand-new Holden, please hurry, 'cause June 30... HORN BLARES (Yells) ..June 30 is knock-off time! (Gingerly) ..means a great deal to Australia. Let's get an update on the overnight financial markets. Susan Luscovicz is on Wall Street. Good morning. How's the market trading?

I'm afraid the news is not good.

It is a repeat of the story we

heard all last week. If I told you

that oil hit another record you

could pretty much guess the outcome

of what we saw on Wall Street,

played out again. The Dow Jones

industrials losing ground for the

six st straight session. Meanwhile

crude bubbleed higher to settle at

a new record is $60.54 per barrel T

reasons for today's surge t usual

worries about supply and demand but

there are also some new concerns

about um S relations with Iran

which is a major oil producer and a

member of OPEC after a new nationalistic Government was

elected there over the weekend. Of

course high energy costs hurt corporate profits and consumer

spending and that can be bad for

the stock market. One thing to keep

in mind though David, interestingly

enough the American petroleum group

says that when adjusted for

inflation the average price for a

barrel of crude in 1991 when we had

a crude shock would be $75 per

barrel so although we hit a record

high it is not the worst we have

seen. That is one of the fears that

in fact prices will go higher so

today's stock ended in the red. The

Dow Jones off 7 points, the Dow

Jones lost more than 300 point last

week. The Nasdaq ended down 8 or

more than a third of a per cent. We

have seen some example also in

recent days of high energy costs

and how they hurt the company's

bottom line. International Paper

the world's biggest forest owning

company lower than expected, the

company blameing weak sales in

addition to the high energy prices

for its outlook. Shares fell 3%.

Volume was very light today and

another reason for that could be

that the Federal Reserve is meeting

tomorrow, Tuesday, or Tuesday

morning already for you, two-day

meeting and we should have another

decision on interest rates within

48 hours so back to you

Thank you Susan, appreciate that.

Let's check the markets in the rest

of the region. On the way, will the latest tragic accident on the Pacific Highway prompt some action from the government? We'll get some insight from a safety campaigner at 7.15. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise across Australia. DRAMATIC ACTION MUSIC

Stick around after 7.30 when Monique Wright continues her week-long series profiling the potential hosts of the 2012 Olympics. This morning, she is in London.

Meet the characters and see the sights later this Sunrise.

Nice coat, have you given many

people out lately?

You look like you are swelling watches!

That is for the cricket tonight, a

cracker of a game 11 o'clock tonight

It should be good. Speaking of

cricket, is Australia fully behind

a ban on cricket tours of Zimbabwe? We'll ask our foreign affairs editor Keith Suter after 7 o'clock.

I

think we should, it is disgraceful.

Look at the rest of the world -

exactly right.

But now it's time for the 6.30 news, here's Simon Reeve. Good morning, everyone. Schapelle Corby's reinstated lawyer Hotman Paris Hutapea has admitted to having a shady past. But at a bizarre news conference in Jakarta, he has vowed to stay clean for Corby's appeal. With the defence team now finalised - for the fourth time - murky waters of dodgy dealings still have not settled. He said only Vasu, Hotman and the other teams are clean.

Perth QC Mark Trowell didn't give any dirt on Hotman. He didn't have to. I am not a clean person but for this case, I will be clean. Hutapea also rejected comments by Foreign Minister Alexander Downer made yesterday on Sunrise,

that the case had turned into a soap opera. Mr Alexander Downer, he's talking ----. Just write that, okay? Where's the government been for help with the lawyers? How do we know who to choose? I cannot comment, too careful on sensitivity - but it looks like that they are too careful on sensitivity - on diplomatic relationship with Indonesia. The government has offered the services of two QCs for free. Corby hired Walter Tonetto as her new legal strategist then fired him at the weekend. directly from Schapelle He says he will wait for confirmation directly from Schapelle before he walks away. But Hotman has made it clear the academic has no place on his team. I can give you work, okay, and one of my rings, okay. Ask Mr Walters to come to this bloody room. I hate him. Now the defence wants to move on with the appeal. Do you think the last few days have damaged your appeal prospects? No. Could be. A medical report has revealed Vivian Alvarez was suffering severe spinal injuries at the time of her wrongful deportation. The mother was involved in a car accident that partially severed her spinal cord but immigration officials deported her a few days later. I think that is inhumane and cruel and I think that those bureaucrats should be called to account for their actions. The injuries prevented her signing the deportation papers

and they were stamped with her thumb print. Her Australian lawyers are delaying her return from Manila, demanding $1 million compensation. The Government is sticking with plans to bring home Australian troops from southern Iraq within a year. Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari has indicated when his country will establish security. In London, he said two years would be "more than enough". Yesterday, US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said the insurgency could continue for more than 10 years. But a spokeswoman for Defence Minister Robert Hill says the Australians in al-Muthanna province will leave inside a year, no matter no matter the state of the insurgency. An Israeli military court has convicted a soldier of the manslaughter of a British student in the Gaza Strip two years ago. The court will sentence former Sergeant Wahid Taysir next month. He shot 22-year-old Tom Hurndall in the head as the peace activist directed Palestinian children away from Israeli tanks during a protest. They feel able to shoot civilians, really without any accountability whatsoever.

Taysir is a member of Israel's Bedouin Arab minority and accuses the court of racism. Shane Warne has reportedly fled to Spain to escape the British press. After his marriage split, the spin king is excused momentarily from training for the upcoming Ashes series. Simone Warne is returning to Melbourne with their three children. Checking sports news now with Mark Beretta. Another good result for Lleyton Hewitt. The third seed will play Spain's Feliciano Lopez in the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. This morning, Hewitt took just over three hours to dispose of big-serving American, Taylor Dent. If the South Australian beats Lopez, he will most likely play world No.1 Roger Federer for a spot in the final. To cricket. And the Australian selectors face a dilemma ahead of tonight's match against England at Edgbaston. Coach John Buchanan says injured batsman Michael Clarke is fit enough to play. It means either Michael Hussey or Brad Hogg would have to make way for Clarke. To AFL. Eight Fremantle Dockers' players who were involved in a wild drinking session during the club's mid-season break will escape punishment. The players were alleged to have exposed themselves in public last Saturday night. But the club says they have learnt their lesson. Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater has been dumped from the Queensland State of Origin side for game three of the series. Maroons' selector Des Morris says the decision to drop Slater was one of the hardest he's had to make but it will give the side to have a more balanced bench.

Who would have thought we would see

a day when Queensland would drop

Billy Slater

It is a shock. Are you shocked? I'm shattered Shattered?

But good for New South Wales. What

about the Fremantle Dockers players,

as if they are not in enough

trouble. 12th on the ladder, a big

night on the drink, drop their

pants and run down the street. A

good way of getting the season back

on track

That is focus!. That is a bonding session! Grant and the Weather Wagon crew are continuing their tour of WA this week.

They are in the middle of nowhere

in WA.

Still on the side of the road here

Kochie, it is all happening. No

doubt about that. This is Nanutarra

Roodhouse which is really the only

place for 600 km. Without this

Roodhouse it would be a 600

kilometre drive, without it there

would be no food, fuel and no-one

to talk to so that is why we

thought we would stop here. We

drove this road yesterday, the

straightest road I have ever seen.

One bend is what we came across and

there was one tree on the side of

the road through the whole distance.

Apparently that was for the grader

driver so he could have his lunch

under a tree, they left it standing.

Amazing! That is fair dinkum. This

lady runs the Roodhouse at

Nanutarra. Tell us, what happens in Nanutarra?

We are a Roodhouse in the middle of

Never Never as you can see. We

serve the public, serve fuel, food

- good food

You actually emailed just we saw

you in Carnarvon and as a joke we

would see if you would call in and say hello

You had us over a barrel because

you were the only place we could

get fuel - we have knocked up

20,500 km in the weather wagon to

be here in Nanutarra. We reckon we

blaze a trail and go some places

not too many places go but tell us

about the Japanese and how they

love to ride their bikes down this highway

It is amazing, in the tourist you

see four or five Japanese cyclists,

they jump on their bikes in Perth

You are kidding me - this is tough

desert terrain where people go

missing in national parbs, get lost

and nine out of 10 times get found,

but that is tough going

Amazing to see as well, they are crazy

Population just 15, hopefully in

Very busy road. See you in half an

hour

They might get somebody

Isn't it amazing when you get to

places like that, the thing you

notice is nothing, the deadly

silence. I want to ask him, not

bother him right now, how he

deposit there because he was

sitting in the studio with us

yesterday morning, he has had to go

to Perth somewhere up north and

drive down to Nanutarra

We will check that out. A good

question.

Grant, I just want to know how you

got there yesterday? You flew to

Perth?

Four planes it took me to get here.

It took me four place and 13 hours

of pure straight flying to get to

Nanutarra - here comes a caravan.

Good on you mate, have a great day

- safe driving, watch out for the

bend, it's down there! Never be too careful. What makes some people become serial cheaters despite their best intentions? Sunrise in Focus looks at how they ruin relationships after 8 o'clock. But next, the comings and goings in Hollywood. Nelson Aspen updates the showbiz goss after the break.

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. Welcome back to Sunrise. Let's check the newspapers from around the country. The Courier Mail is covering the Di Fingleton case. She's the former chief magistrate in Queensland. The High Court has quashed her 2003 criminal conviction. But the State's premier, Peter Beattie, has all but ruled out her return to the judiciary.

The West Australian claims gravestones will be moved at Perth's Karrakatta Cemetery. It says the monuments will go to make room for bodies to be buried in between old graves. And Melbourne's Age reports a committee of federal MPs should introduce nuclear power. will examine whether Australia should introduce nuclear power. And it's covering the AFL's decision to force clubs to recruit Sydney teenagers to try to boost the game's popularity in the city.

Just drop down a bit, remember we

were talking about the surge in

optimism in the bush. That photo

was taken on 7 June, that one there

on 10 June and look at it yesterday

after the rain - what an amazing

batch of photos to show

How happy would that bloke be?

They have just been transformed,

terrific, the rain, doing its job.

Nature is amazing

And very quick turnaround.

Time for showbiz with Nelson Aspen now. Coldplay's Chris Martin has paid tribute to Kylie Minogue at England's Glastonbury festival.

What did he do, Nelson?

He is a nice guy, I think that

Gwyneth is a lucky gal. He was

headlineing as the festival and

they did a version of Kylie's song

Can't Get You Out of My Head

because everybody had paid to see

Kylie and she couldn't do the

festival and the festival organiser

has invited her to be a headline

terrible next time they do it which

will be in 2007 so she got a lot of

support even though she couldn't be on stage, very nice

That is very nice. Super model Linda Evanglista

must be one of the only people

happy with her passport photo

I have seen her hikeing and even

without make up she looks gorgeous.

She did a benefit for an AIDS

charity and they noticed her

passport was expired, they let her

into Ireland but told her she

continue leave until she got her

passport renuend she would have to

have a new picture taken and not to

be anything less than a supermodel

she had the Mac cosmetics make-up

artist and hair stylist come in and

do her up so it must be one heck of

a gorgeous passport photo

Mum to be Britney Spears may be

getting more than she bargained for

If you have seen any of the

paparazzi pictures, she is enormous

right now and she is only supposed

to be five months pregnant. But she

is actually as big as if she were

nine months pregnant and she is

being cagey. She has been buying

boy clothes and girl clothes so now

people are wondering whether she

isn't expecting twins. It remains

to be seen but she is getting bigger every day

I hate the break the news on

behalf of women who have carried

babies, but that is not that

enormous. She has a long way to go.

It could be the whole thing because

she is saying boy, girl, we are

seeing blue clothes, pink clothes

and she is only five months along

But she is a little thing anyway,

so probably pops - there you go.

I'm more scared of the fact that

that Kevin could be the father of

four children all under the age of

10.

Catch you after 8 o'clock. Is 125 years too late to look into the death of one of the Kelly gang? Not according to a Queensland historian who joins us after 7 o'clock. And later, Billy Corgan talks about life after Smashing Pumpkins.

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No-one knows what to do any more after that

That is a good one! Our old mate

David Foot has sent this in. This

could be - I will call it a Downer after Alexander Downer because it

could be a bit intellectual but it

is right up Simon's alley. Because

you the animal bloke. A migration

approached and two elderly vul

tours doubted they could make the

trip sought so they decided to go

by plane. When they checked their

baggage the attendant noticed they

were carrying two dead racoons, do

you wish to check them through and

"No thanks said the vul tours, they

are carry on"

I think it is great

A racoon is carrion, as in road

kill. That is very funny.

You never got that reaction before

I didn't know what a carrion was,

I had to Google it. A man and his

wife were having an argument about

who should make the coffee, the

wife said you do it, the husband

said you are in charge of the

cooking you should do it, this is

my job. The wife police no you

should do it and it is tin Bible

that the man should do the coffee

and he said I don't believe that.

The woman fetches the Bible opens

at the New Testament and it says

"He brews"!

Up next, a news, sport and weather update. And at 7.40, Monique Wright in London.

What happened at the Glenrowan

shoot-out. We will take aim shortly

on Sunrise (Gunshot)

(Man shouts) Excuse me! Could I get a cappuccino and a latte, thanks? at McDonald's drive-through, and freshly frothed milk.

Welcome to a new day. This is Sunrise. Coming up, the hunt for the truth on the Kelly Gang Bushrangers. And the pressure to ban a cricket tour of Zimbabwe. Then later, Monique Wright takes us to the Olympic bid city of London.

But now, the news is in the blocks ready to start. Here's Simon Reeve. Good morning, everyone. A medical report has revealed Vivian Alvarez was suffering severe spinal injuries at the time of her wrongful deportation.

Her Australian lawyers are delaying her return from the Philippines, fearing she won't receive proper compensation from the Government. It's 51 days since Vivian Alvarez was found in the Philippines and she's still not home. Her legal team is worried she won't receive proper care if she returns to Australia before reaching an agreement with the Federal Government. She's been four years without proper treatment

so she needs a lot of assistance. She needs a lot of rehabilitation The mother of two severed her spinal cord in a car accident in 2001 but the Immigration Department sent her to the Philippines just days later. Her injuries were so severe

she couldn't sign her name on the deportation papers, a thumb-print was used instead. They knew that she would not get proper rehabilitation services. I think that is inhumane and cruel and I think that those bureaucrats should be called to account for their actions. The Government has offered Ms Alvarez six months care. Her lawyers want much more. It's a substantial sum, and yes, it's certainly - probably is more than $1 million. The Government will come under more pressure over immigration procedures when it releases the Palmer Inquiry findings in the next few days. Schapelle Corby's lawyer, Hotman Paris Hutapea, has admitted he has a shady past. Allegations of bribery from a Perth QC led to Schapelle firing her Indonesian legal team last week. But the convicted drug smuggler has since re-hired all but two of them. I am a gentleman, I am not a hypocrite, but I am not a clean person. But for this case, I will be clean. Corby's defence team now plans to put the 27-year-old's appeal back on track.

ASIO and the Federal Police have launched more anti-terror raids

across Sydney and Melbourne. Last week, they carried out similar searches on four Melbourne homes to foil plans to attack landmarks in Sydney and Melbourne. The Attorney-General's office refuses to say whether the latest operation is linked to those raids. Investigators say their targets cooperated and no arrests have been made.

Checking finance, and the fluctuating oil price is having a dampening effect on the markets. Despite the rising price of oil, economists say Australian petrol taxes are too low. Petrol prices are approaching $1.20 a litre across Australia.

But economists are pushing for a return to pegging petrol excises to inflation. They say we'll grow dependent on non-renewable energy if we don't increase the tax. Motoring groups say driving cars is not a luxury, and taxes should be cut. The Government stopped indexing petrol taxes four years ago and says prices would be 14 cents higher by now.

A 15-year-old American teenager remains in a critical condition following yesterday's fatal accident between a school bus and a van on the New South Wales mid-north coast. Four people died when their Toyota Tarago crossed into the path of an oncoming bus on a notorious stretch of the Pacific Highway south of Coffs Harbour. Police say the 48-year-old male driver of the van his female passengers aged 77 and 57, and an 16-year-old boy

all died at the scene. The driver and 57-year-old passenger are from northern NSW. The remaining victims are from the United States. And at 7.15 we'll speak to local mayor Keith Rhoades, who's been campaigning for an upgrade to the Pacific Highway. One of the biggest peace-time navy armadas has gathered off southern England for a speculator rehearsal to tomorrow's 200th anniversary

of the Battle of Trafalgar. Scenes resembled a Hollywood blockbuster. A staggering 165 ships from 35 nations will be taking part in the festival. From sailing ships to nuclear powered will raise their colours in honour of Lord Nelson. Highlights of the day will include an inspection of the fleet by the Queen and a mock-up of a sea battle from Nelson's time. To sports news now with Mark Beretta. And Lleyton Hewitt wins at Wimbledon. The third seed is through to the quarterfinals at Wimbledon after beating American Taylor Dent. In the women's draw, Lindsay Davenport outplayed Kim Clijsters. Defending champion Maria Sharapova beat Natalie Dechy. for Argentine Guillermo Coria, Andy Roddick was too good for Argentine Guillermo Coria, while Hewitt won in four. Taylor Dent billed himself as Hewitt's toughest challenge so far. But the third seed made it look easy in the first set. C'mon. Hewitt took a three-two lead in the second, but started to lose his temper. COMMENTATOR: Oh, he called it out. When did you call that out? You did not say out. How can you say you said out? His frustration earned him a warning on the next point. Court violation, verbal abuse Mr Hewitt. Hewitt regained his composure and closed out the second 6-4. APPLAUSE The match looked over when the South Australian had two match points in the third-set tie-breaker.

But Dent fought back. Incredible comeback. Hewitt didn't make the same mistake in the fourth set and closed out the match. I knew it was going to be a dangerous match out there today and felt like I went up a notch or two when I needed to. Port Adelaide has re-signed defender Shaun Burgoyne until the end of the 2007 season. It's a big boost for the defending premiers ahead of Friday night's match against Collingwood. Injury-plagued defender Michael Wilson is expected to play.

And in Rugby League, Newcastle Knights' hooker Danny Buderus is optimistic about his chances of playing in game three of the State of Origin series. Buderus will have the protective boot on his injured foot removed tomorrow and will be assessed by the Blues' medical staff on Thursday. And don't forget Australia plays England tonight. The match is live on Seven from 11.00.

It is going to be a blockbuster.

Kochie, you will need that - you

can borrow that for the night

It even has the stars on it, the

green and gold, isn't that

tremendous - a little you touch of Australia

Go Go boys

Thank you Mel for that comment. Grant has Tuesday's weather from WA. Hello again.

Folks we have a Sunrise first for

you this morning. This is

exceptionally exciting here at the

Nanutarra Roodhouse. The only dot

on a 600 kilometre drive and we

have the entire population of the

town out to see us. I need to

double check - is everyone here?

Yes, we are definitely all here

plus our caravan park guests. A

Sunrise first official everyone. We

have got the record, pat yourselves

on the back. The entire pop laying

of the town is out to see us,

amazing. You know it is only a

small town when even the road signs

on the highway haven't been shot up

with bullet holes like they have

around the rest of the country.

There is not even enough people to

do that. We have got some people

from the local gold mine, put your

hands up. A student from the school

of the year, put your hand up. Some

others travelling around the country in their country in their

country in their own weather wagons,

put your hands up. We are all here

- atmosphere central here at

Nanutarra Roodhouse as we take a look at the forecast. Moist easterly winds will cause showers along the NSW and Queensland coasts. The heaviest falls will happen close to the border. Meanwhile, an inland trough will trigger rain and isolated storms over southern Queensland. And a high will keep much of the rest of the country dry. The two-day outlook - Brisbane, Sydney and Canberra should be cloudy and showery. Fine in Hobart. Partly cloudy in Melbourne and Adelaide. Showers developing in Perth, and staying dry and hot in Darwin.

Gee I hope you've got a hidden

talent because otherwise we are in

bug trouble today. At least you are

guaranteed of getting a toothbrush,

100% chance at the moment. That is a talent right there.

Isn't she cute?

Very cute. Thank you Grant, see you

soon. Isn't she lovely in her PJs. 125 years ago today the infamous Kelly Gang was cornered by Victoria Police

at a Glenrowan hotel. Bushranger Ned Kelly was captured and his brother Dan was thought to have died in a fire at the hotel. But did Dan actually escape and head to Queensland? And could this be him, finally admitting the truth in 1933?

I'm the real Dan Kelly and I

guarantee that no-one can dispute

this statement

A great story. Queensland historian

Paul actually says it is possible

that was Dan Kelly and this morning

he is asking the Victorian Coroner

to look into whether Dan and

another gang member really did die

at Glenrowan. Good morning. Thank

you for joining us. What makes you

think Dan survived and went north?

Well, the story was that hen the

two bodies kale out of the fire at

Glenrowan that they were absolutely

reduced to char and they were never

identified, these are the bodies of

Dan Kelly and Steve Heart, they

were never identified by the police

or the family. The suggestion is

that the people who survived were a

couple of drunken hostages that the

Kelly gang had in the hotel. In

1923 this man claimed to be Dan

Kelly and he had an intimate

knowledge of the Kelly family and

the gang and it was never disproved

Why do you think it was not just

someone fascinate wide the whole

yarn and had followed it closely

and decided to come forward?

Of course that is possible and

there have been people around

south-east Queensland and in other

parts of Australia who have claimed

over the years that they were

either Dan Kelly or Steve heart.

That is watt I want to proof once

and for all. I'm asking the

Victorian Coroner later today to

order an inquest that this can be

proved with DNA testing

It is a great story - 125 years ago

today 34 policemen surrounding the

hotel there - there was a lot of

mayhem, a lot of fire and smoke and

the two charred remains apparently

the local preets, a Catholic prees,

Father Gibney wrongly and

deliberately identified the body of

Dan Kelly so he was on their side

at the time?

Kochie, the Catholic priest Fatter

Gibney was coming through from

Western Australia and passed

through Glenrowan. He entered the

building when it was alight and

although he had never met the

members of the gang he claimed to

have positively identify them

before the building was engulfed in

flames. That may or may not be true.

It almost stretches the truth to

believe that is possible but

nevertheless the person who emerged

in Queensland was well-known in

south-east Queensland. He had the

massive scars on his back which he

said he got from a burning beam in

the hotel. He had the initials dfpl

K branded on his buttocks. They

didn't have DNA testing in 1980 and

the possibility suggests that the

supposed graves could be exhumed by

the Coroner and we could determine

once and for all if Australia's

history books have to be rewritten. Isn't that great?

So DNA could solve a crime that

old and you reckon we can

definitely do it once and for all?

Do you think the Coroner would be interested?

Well, let's hope that the Coroner

takes a view of the powers under

the Victorian legislation, also

takes the right view of the I'm

important tabs of this story in

Australia's folk law, the 125 years

ago, in fact it was probably almost

to the minute now that medicaly was

in his suit of armour at the hotel

where he was captured on that

frosty morning in 1880. It was not

until 3 o'clock in the afternoon

that the police had had enough and

decided to set fire to the hotel. I

have been researching this for 20

years. I'm just fascinated by it

but even more by the fact that

perhaps our history books are wrong

and now the Victorian Coroner would

have the Tutankhamun of rewriteing Australian history

He would have to take the challenge

if it was a chance to rewrite

history and such a important part,

it is fascinateing. When did Dan

Kelly actually die and how?

In 1948, he lived tin Brisbane

Ispwitch area for 15 years and in

July 1948 he had been release from

the Brisbane general hospital. That

night he had made his way to

Ispwitch. He was walking along the

railway tracks in the heart of

Ispwitch, he was hit by a cool

train and de cap Tateed. Three days

later Brisbane Truth had a

front-page story which said "Last

of the Kelly gang dies" so even 50

years ago there was a assumption

that it may have been Dan Kelly

that died at Ispwitch be a he

survived the fire at general Rowan

125 years ago

All the kids who are not on school

holidays go to school and discuss

it with your teacher. It would be

fascinateing. Thank you Paul

Let us know how you go Thank you

We love a great conspiracy theory

And such an important part of our

history. It is sort of like a

forensic historian story to uncover

the treat

We promise to keep you updated with that. Australia's most dangerous road claimed another four lives yesterday. A car crossed to the wrong side A car crossed to the wrong side of the Pacific Highway near Coffs Harbour and collided head-on with a school bus. Over the past five years, 15 people have been killed on that particular stretch of the highway.

The local mayor, Keith Rhoades, has been campaigning for it to be upgraded.

Thank you for joining us. Now we're having a few problems with your audio so we have you on the phone. For those who don't know that area, describe the stretch of road where the accident happened.

Good morning Mel. The situation is

that the particular stretch of

highway is located some five to

seven km south of Coff's Harbour.

It is the only remaining piece of

single carriage way where there is

no separation between north and

sought-bound in the area down there.

Just to the south of that we have

an upgrade that was completed some

years ago - two dual carriage ways.

One and a half km to the north of

the accident scene we have a dual

carriage way that takes it right

through Coff's Harbour and to the

northern beefes so it is the only

remaining area down there of a

single carriage weigh in both

drinks. The situation is that the

Government did put funding into

this project back in 2000 and the

planning was done for it, but the

Government at the time saw there

was a need for that money to be

divert elsewhere so what we

finished up losing was the funding

for the construction and as I stand

here at the premoment, that money

still has not been put back

So do we know any closer as to if

it will be put back or is it just

on the back burner, other things

toss deal with and we may return to

it or not?

That is the Government's priority

on a list of a lot of major priorities for the pack highway but

the point that this community here

in Coff's Harbour keeps putting

forward - and this morning they are

waking up to absolute shock and

disbelief - shock that we have lost

another four people or own local

road in what is known as the most

major black spot between the Hexton

and the Queensland border. We have

a young girl in hospital fighting

for her life and the trauma of

students on the bus - because

whether it takes minute for

emergency services to arrive, you

can only imagine what those

children on the bus would have gone

through in the state they were

inment we are still continuing to

lobby Government. It is a notorious

black spot that has claimed 15

lives in the last years since 2000

since the funding was taken away.

We need the State Government of New

South Wales to work with their

federal counterparts Ian bipartisan

approach, council will assist where

it can, to be able to make sure we

complete this section of road

because when the deviation is put

into place this part where the

accident was yesterday with this

tragic loss of life will be

bypassed and that part of the

highway will not be used

It just has to be fixed because I

know there were another 49

seriously injured so there was

another 49 potential deaths and I

guess one of the difficult things

about it is for drivers who drive

along this amazing dual carriage

way don't they, most of the way,

and obviously get lulled into a

false sefpbs security and all of a

sudden go through this very narrow

dangerous part before they go

further north and reach dual

carriage way again so it certainly

does make it a difficult stretch for drivers to negotiate

They do, they come from the south

and it is a beautiful highway, a

dual carriage way. Then you go

straight into what would be as I

have said the worse piece of the

Pacific Highway for a 9.8 kilometre

stretch which when the funding is

put in place that is the distance,

the length of the deviation but not

for getting again that the money

was there in 200 and it was going

to cost $102 million back in the

year 2000 and the costing on it now

is $153 million but the sad part is

and you can't put a price on it,

since that time when the money was

redivert we have lost 15 lives. The

community is still totally in

disbelief today that this issue was

going - they are say I can to

themselves "When advertise next

one? Please don't allow there to be

a next one. Let's work together,

get the state governments to work

with the feds and if it means that

New South Wales has to go into a

deficit with their State Budget, as

far as a community so be it we have

to stop the carnage

We are right behind you Keith. Let

us know how you go, we will try the

same at this end and hopefully

between us with fuf back up we can

get some answers so thank you for

joining us and our sympathies to

all family and friends and the

entire community there. Thank you

for your time.. Thank you Mel. You have a good day.

And the sport of cricket is at the centre of a new row. New Zealand has asked the Australian and British governments to support a ban on Zimbabwean tours, on human rights grounds. The Kiwis are due to tour there in August. Let's get the big picture on this

from our Foreign Affairs editor, Dr Keith Suter. Good morning. What is the latest on the situation in Zimbabwe?

It always seems we get diverted

from Zimbabwe. Give us an update?

The most immediate flash point is

the weigh in which Shura Council of

Mujahideen of Iraq is punishing the

voters for not supporting his party

in recent election - they are

demolishing a number of settlements.

There is concern that zipbl, the

breadbasket of Africa, is faceing a

massive familiar in so it is a

population of about 12 million but

there could be as many as 3 million

relying on imported food aid so

there is a lot of concern that here

ace black dictator who is ruining

the country. A lot of people have

said you guys are anti

apartheid activists, you were agains

rights, stopped the sporting tours

in the old days, why aren't you

doing the same thing today? Why

have you got double standards?

He is a tyrant. The urban areas,

the swing was against him so he has

decided to tear down a lot of the

settlements there, 400,000 people

are going to be put out of their

homes as a result of that. This guy

shows no mercy

Absolutely, it is in winter so

people are freezing to daefplt you

have people who are mall nourished

because they are losing their homes

and livelihoods. He things if he

disburses them out of the city he

can get better control over there

and it will make them reliant upon

Government aid packages so it is

all part of his controlling

mechanism. Some people are now

referring to him as the Pol Pot of

southern Africa

The New Zealand Foreign Affairs

Minister is calling on Australia

and also Britain to do exactly the

same. I think we go there in 2007

so it is not for a couple of years,

but just the decision to stop our

cricketers from going will that

help the cause in Zimbabwe, will

that bring pressure on him?

I think it will be an additional

source of pressure. There is a lot

of anger in places like New Zealand

that feel strongly about sport and

also racism. They are saying how

can we be of assistance to these

people in Zimbabwe. Clearly

cancelling the sporting trip would

be one of the ways of doing that.

It will not have any immediate

impact on Zimbabwe except that it

does mean that here you have Mugabe

who relied on the sporting boycotts

20 years ago to come to power and

now we are using the same technique.

It adds to the embarrassment, for

the moment for democratic change,

was the opposition grouping to

continue their struggle say tinge

whole world is watching we will not

let you down

Do you think we will start to come

to terms with this because the

Australian Government has done a

bit within the commonwealth,

excluded Zimbabwe. John Howard is

one of the biggest critics against

Mugabe but we have always seem to

have let our sports people go there.

It seems to be a contradiction

There are contractual obligations and New Zealand is worried they

might have to end up pay

incorporated 1 million compensation

if the tour does not go ahead so

there is money involved

And the International Cricket

Council

Council says you can only cancel a

tour for security reasons, not human rights reasons

That is right. The argument is

that the place is de sipbgd into

chaos, we don't want to risk New

Zealand players going there and

from New Zealand's point of view we

don't want the players coming to

New Zealand at the end of the year

for the return matches because

again it will only generate

violence within New Zealand so they

are trying to argue there is a

security dimension to all of this

The new Pol Pot, let's hope it does

not come to that. Thank you for joining us

Keith suitor on the terrible

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I loved Smashing Pumpkins. News time and here's Simon Reeve. Good morning, everyone. Lawyers for Vivian Alvarez want $1 million compensation from the Australian Government for her wrongful deportation.

A medical report has revealed Ms Alvarez was suffering a partially severed spinal cord when she was deported to the Philippines. She couldn't even sign her name on the deportation papers and immigration officials used her thumb print. The Government is offering six months support for the dual Philippines-Australian citizen but her lawyers say she needs ongoing care. Schapelle Corby's reinstated lawyer Hotman Paris Hutapea has admitted to having a shady past. But at a bizarre news conference in Jakarta, he has vowed to stay clean for Corby's appeal.

With the defence team now finalised - for the fourth time - murky waters of dodgy dealings still have not settled. He said only Vasu. Hotman and the other teams are clean. Perth QC Mark Trowell didn't give any dirt on Hotman. He didn't have to. I am not a clean person but for this case, I will be clean. Hutapea also rejected comments by Foreign Minister Alexander Downer made yesterday on Sunrise, that the case had turned into a soap opera. Mr Alexander Downer, he's talking bullshit. Just write that, okay? Where's the government been Where's the government been for help with the lawyers?

How do we know who to choose? I cannot comment, but it looks like that they are but it looks like that they are too careful on sensitivity - on diplomatic relationship with Indonesia. The government has offered the services of two QCs for free. Corby hired Walter Tonetto as her new legal strategist then fired him at the weekend. He says he will wait for confirmation directly from Schapelle before he walks away. But Hotman has made it clear the academic has no place on his team. I can give you work, okay, and one of my rings, okay? Ask Mr Walters to come to this bloody room.

I hate him.

Now the defence wants to move on with the appeal. Do you think the last few days have damaged your appeal prospects? No. Could be.

Two of the four people killed in yesterday's road tragedy on the New South Wales mid-north coast were visiting from the United States. A 15-year-old American girl remains in a critical condition. T