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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 control. at other people. You just like to laugh Yeah, exactly. (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 Lisa. Now from Brekky Central # Put your hands in to the big sky # Good morning. It's Tuesday the 17th of August. The winner of Big Brother 2005... It's the Logans. SCREAMING the 2005 winners of Big Brother. Last night the Logan twins became more than $800,000 richer The pair are now

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Exactly what you should be doing. another nail-biting game of cricket. Also overnight, the third Test Australia managed to draw which is an amazing result. those highlights at 7.20. Darren Lehmann will take us through The trap

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here engineered by the Sunrise team. who has your personal details? Do you ever wonder Reports have emerged selling information about Indian call centres about thousands of Australians. We'll be finding out a victim of identity fraud later. how you can avoid being We'll also be catching up from My Restaurant Rules. with this year's contestants the latest news with Simon Reeve. Right now though, it's time for Good morning, Simon. Good morning, everyone. and his two young daughters An Australian man in Greece's worst-ever air disaster. were among those killed Cypriot police have this morning as part of their investigation. raided the offices of Helios Airways Adelaide man Demos Xiourouppa to Greece for a family holiday was taking his two young daughters when Helios flight 522 crashed. and Uanna, aged nine, 10-year-old Sophia his Cypriot-born wife Margarita. died alongside their father and two-year-old George, left an orphan Their other child, of his grandparents. is now in the care Mr Xiourouppa moved to Cyprus in 1993 Experts now believe likely to be dead before impact most of the 121 passengers were following a drop in cabin pressure. of identifying loved ones begins But as the process grief is turning to anger. Relatives of the dead say several agonising hours, they were forced to wait released the passenger list. before the airline I don't know, it's a tragedy. I cannot express in words. black box flight recorders The plane's two

and will be examined in France. have been removed from the wreckage three days of mourning continues. For the people of Cyprus, Jewish settlements in the West Bank The evacuation of two out of four is complete, as the historic withdrawal continues. but opposition is growing

Hundreds of angry settlers in Gaza trying to issue eviction notices. have blocked soldiers

SHOUTING to leave by Wednesday Troops are warning settlers or they will be removed by force. are refusing to walk away, Many of the 9,000 settlers is the biblical birthright of Jews. claiming the land says Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon of the peace process. the withdrawal is an essential part another 10 days Iraqi leaders have been granted to finalise the draft constitution. but two issues remain unresolved. The deadline has just passed the 275 member National Assembly Delegates from as the country's federal structure have been split over issues such and the place of Islam. the post-Saddam constitution It is hoped and tension in the region. will help ease ongoing violence talk of a senate inquiry The Prime Minister is playing down industrial relations reforms. into the Government's planned has refused to confirm the probe John Howard Minister Kevin Andrews yesterday. announced by Workplace Relations a bit ahead of ourselves. Oh look, we're running the legislation yet. We haven't introduced time to examine the legislation, John Howard says people will be given due to be completed by October. will be debated Meanwhile, the full sale of Telstra

meets in Canberra today. when Federal Cabinet

the full sale of Telstra While Cabinet looks set to approve regional funding concessions, after winning public opposition is widespread. A Newspoll survey shows support the sale, just 16% of Australians compared to 20% four years ago. the full privatisation of the telco. 70% are against is preparing to launch The Federal Government drive for skilled migrants. a $3 million overseas recruitment will reportedly be promoted Australia's lifestyle and culture newspapers and expos to skilled workers in overseas 20,000 workers from Europe and Asia. with the aim of attracting Tradespeople, engineers and doctors the most desperately needed. are among biggest recruitment campaign It will be the government's Ten Pound Poms drive. since the 1950's Now it's Mark with sport. this is turning out to be. What an Ashes series for a dramatic draw Australia has held on at Old Trafford. in the third Ashes Test Ricky Ponting Australian in this series with 156 scored the first century by an Australian in this series with 156

at the end of play. steering the Aussies to 9/371

for the fourth Test Both teams now head to Trent Bridge starting next Thursday. at the crease Australia faced an arduous day to save the third Test and disaster struck early. COMMENTATOR: He's gone. He's gone first ball to Hoggard. to right the ship Australia's captain arrived but almost became another statistic. found Hayden's leg stump While Andrew Flintoff Ian Bell almost found Martyn short. Oh, he's gone if he hits. A suspect decision had Martyn back in the pavilion and the England fans dreaming. That's an enormous inside edge. Simon Katich never looked comfortable and Gilchrist couldn't belt his way out of the onslaught. Ponting continued his timely return Ponting continued his timely return to form with his 23rd Test century. Well played skipper.

But at the other end, the story wasn't so good for Australia. Shane Warne joined his captain in the middle and showed the same fight he did in the first innings.

He also got some help from the opposition. Has he dropped the Ashes. Not long after though

Warne could've considered himself unlucky. Steve Harmison ended a great captain's knock, on 156. While Lee and McGrath ended England's hopes of victory. Australian Steve Elkington has finished in a tie for second at the PGA Championship, one shot behind one shot behind American Phil Mickelson. After resuming play on the 16th overnight

Elkington held on to the clubhouse lead despite missing a birdie on the 18th. But it wasn't enough. Mickelson showed nerves of steel sinking a short putt to birdie the last hole and clinch his second major victory. Hawthorn's Campbell Brown faces a four-match suspension for striking Essendon's Matthew Lloyd.

Port Adelaide's Josh Francou has accepted a one-match ban for rough conduct. The Eagles' Chris Judd has been cleared of the same charge

and will be right to play against Geelong on Saturday.

The Ashes gets Moran more exciting,

it is a tight contest

It is great. Thursday next week the

next one. So it will give Lee and

McGrath time to recover

A little rest then we have to win

one, draw one then it is done frplg

because if the Poms were going to

win any Test at all it was going to

be this one and they have blown it. Psychologically ...

The momentum has shifted hugely

back our way

They have cracked. They should be

devastated and if you are an

English supporter you should be

shaking your head. If the team

couldn't win this Test there was something wrong

A devastating result for England

Huepbg, an absolute body-blow

I'm so glad it is Thursday of next

week we can all catch up on some

sleep now. The TV has been going

all night in our house. Here is Grant

Good morning. That cold weather

front affecting the south eastern

corner of the country has slid off

the coast leaving behind cold air

and showers but more attention

focused on the wets as another

slightly larger cold front starts

to slide through. We will look at

the weather now. A cold front over the south-east is moving out to sea today. It will leave behind some cold air and low cloud, which will bring showers to Victoria, Tasmania and Southern Australia. A massive cold front is approaching Western Australia and will bring some showers and storms to the region tomorrow.

Looking ahead, a fine outlook for Brisbane and Sydney. Sunny in Canberra. A shower or two in Hobart on Thursday. Some patchy rain heading for Melbourne. Showers in Adelaide on Thursday. in Perth. Rain and the chance of a storm in Perth. Fine in Darwin.

More weather in 20 minutes, see you then Thank you Grant. Coming up, what it takes to win Big Brother. Advice that could make you a star. But next, make way for the road train. We'll tell you why our truckies are converging on Canberra. VOICEOVER: Want to simplify your finances? With a personal loan from GE Money, you can roll your debts into one. And loans can be approved in as little as an hour. Call GE Money now on 13 10 24. Amused. Hope. Envy. There's never been a better time to start giving your emotions a good work-out. Until August 20 FOXTEL Digital installation in mainland state capitals is just: How's that make you feel? Inspired. Excited. Amazed. Call 131 787 now to get FOXTEL Digital installed for just $19.95. You might having problems finding a car park at Federal Parliament today. These trucks here are among 500 converging on Canberra for a massive protest. The truckies are upset by the Government's changes to industrial relations. Wayne Forno is from the Transport Workers' Union.

Good morning to you. How will these reforms affect truck drivers?

The reality is it will be a race

to the bottom, wages conditions,

maintenance of trucks, wages and as

a result of that legislation unions

will no longer be able to represent

owner-drivers in the transport

industry so there are great dangers

What does that mean for the average truck driver?

If those changes go through it

will be longer hour, less rates of

pay. You look at the trucks behind

us at the moment. That truck is

valued at around $260,000. There

are truck maintenance costs, repayments, mortgages to pay and

the likes, if the wages are going

down and these men are fighting multinational companies. Sometimes

they are waiting up to three or

four months for payments

How does that work because a lot of

people would say these guys are

basically their own bosses, they

are not employees at all

They are not their own bosses they

are controlled day in day out our

by our by those multinational companies

They will be under the same

industrial relations umbrella as

the rest of us? Absolutely

In materials of what that means for

the average motorist who doesn't

drive a truck, your concern I

understand is that that means that

truck drivers will have to work

harder, longer hours and that

possibly means they will have to

speed

That is correct. It will be total

deregulation. We have had 100 years

of the TWU representing the transport industry and the

owner-drivers, that is about to be

thrown out the door. Truck drivers

have to work longer hours and as a

result of that if you look at the

results of heavy vehicle crashes in

New South Wales 100 people are

killed in New South Wales alone

each year

Terry how concerned are you?

Very concerned. We have fought for

this industry for over 20 years and

if we get this taken away the

trucks will be in poorer condition

which will put the people at risk

on the road, we will have to work

longer hours for less money. We

won't be able to negotiate the way

we do now which is fair. We only

work on a minimum rate not a

maximum rate and a minimum rate

only allows us to make a wage, that

is all we get out of it. If we do

the extra hours we get more but

they want us to do more hours on

top of that for free

What are you commitments? Give

people an idea - it is like driving

a house around

It is more than that. Everybody

here, their truck, even if it is

not valued at $260,000 they pay the

maintenance at that price they pay

the same price for fuel, wear and

tear and tyres to keep these trucks

roadworthy so we can work safely.

If they take this from us we have

inform representation station from

the union and a person cannot take

the company on if they are

underpaid

Good luck with the protest. 500

trucks heading on Canberra today to

voice their disapproval and toot

their horns (Horns toot)

Watch out for a traffic jam heading for Canberra

Wayne and Terry thank you for

coming in this morning and travel safe We try to

Here are a couple of shirts for you. Coming up, what you need to know about unrest on the Gaza Strip. Keith Suter will explain the basics. Also ahead, Darren Lehmann wraps up the cricket. And next, we'll take you live to Wall Street. (Sings in Rastafarian style) # Yum diddly yum-yum yum-yum # In me belly-belly and me tum # C ew your snack ki # Chew your snack Ski You'll feel good inside # Feel good inside # Fruit & Milk make me want to dance # Chew your snack Ski You'll feel good inside # How does it feel when you eat it up? # Fruit Ski, Milk Ski - goodness you can't hide # How does it feel when you eat it up? # New Ski Smoothies: # Chew your snack Ski... # British Paints ceiling white, Security sensor light pack, only $29.98. Pistol nozzle, a low, low $3.98. If you happen to find a cheaper price on a stocked item, we'll beat it by 10%. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse. # Lowest prices are just the beginning. It's like that crusty stuff you scrape off the barbecue but it's on your teeth. My dentist said it was tartar and could lead to bigger problems. His advice? Switch to Colgate Total 12. Colgate Total 12 helps protect for 12 hours against a complete range of teeth and gum problems. My teeth feel cleaner, smoother. It reduces tartar build-up by up to 55%. The dentist said my teeth were much cleaner. The only thing I'll be scraping now is my barbecue. Bringing you Oral Health Month this August. The Sunrise Weather Wagon powered by Caltex Vortex. Let's get an update on the overnight financial markets. Susan Luscovicz is on Wall Street. Good morning. How's the market trading?

David, at the end of the session

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Basically nearly half the session,

to get there. You though the Bulls

were able to hold sway it seeped

only when oil prices started to

decline more sharply in the session.

From this coming off last week's

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The Dow Jones ended up 34 at 10,634

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wra of the day on Wall Street. Kochie back to you. Checking the markets in our region. Japan's Nikkei fell slightly but Hong Kong's Hang Seng was up. The ASX200 closed lower.

I'm just interested here and

something has been handed to me.

They have done a survey of the

sexiest bottoms on film. They have

come up with the top 10. Apparently

they have just launch it in the States

Why did you take an interest in that?

When the business update was happening

Yes, I know - I was looking at a

list of sexy becomes. We have got

Nelson coming up so he will give

Tuesday list, a fascinating list.

Now you what I'm interested in is

Scarlett Johansson came third to

Jude Law's backside

It is dominated by blokes there, too

I woj der who voted

Exactly right. Sienna Miller, Jude

Law has a better bottom than Sienna Miller, maybe that could be the

reason for the rift in the cup

also's relationship. "My bottom is better than yours"

That is it, I'm out!

Cameron Diaz is missing

Not happy about that? No

What is the best bot opening in

stage and screen in your opinion?

Let us know. Jack Thompson is not

there. He showed his bottom Ian

movie

Sunday too far away - that was

before they did waxing of bottoms

and that could be the reason. I'm speculating here

I can't even remember whether he

had a hairy become on not

In the 730s if they didn't come in

way other than that. I have looked

at enough Cleo centre Folds to know

Do they wax them now?

Big Pete, does he wax his bottom?

You so want to get me into trouble,

don't you?

I didn't mean to 'em bar Yass you

I wouldn't want to be the person

who does it for him, that's for

sure

Too many images too early in the morning for everybody. Later this morning should air-brushing be banned from advertising?

We'll hear from both sides. And we'll find out how Indian call centres are trading on your personal details. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise across Australia. Everyone is into Asian soups. They taste great and they're so easy. For a laksa, just separate some noodles, OK? Chop up some chillies - really, really fresh ones. Alright? Then, move... Hello! Um, it's probably a good time to rinse your hands in some water. Great. Now... Give yourself a spritz. Ow! Whoa! It's probably best at this point just to leave the laksas to the experts. Thank you. Yep. Campbell's - the experts in soup. Wow, that's very good. I might just pop off to the hospital.

Madonna is a global superstar, but imagine being the man who discovered her. Seymour Stein is the man behind America's Billboard charts and also produced the Pretenders and the Ramones. He'll be here on Sunrise tomorrow to share some stories. Also tomorrow, Grant Hackett drops in.

He's just back from his triumphant overseas campaign. But still a lot to come this morning, including music superstar Craig David. And we'll wrap up the cricket with Darren Lehmann. First though, it's news time with Simon. Good morning, everyone. An Australian man and his two daughters are among the 121 people who died in Sunday's plane crash in Greece. Adelaide man Demos Xiourouppa, 10-year-old Sophia and 9-year-old Ioanna were going on holiday when the Helios flight went down. Demos's Cypriot-born wife Margarita was also killed. Their two-year-old son wasn't on the plane. He is now in the care of his grandparents. The private airline company has announced it will provide compensation of about $32,000 per passenger. The plane's two black boxes are being taken to France as the investigation continues. Israel's historic withdrawal of 9,000 Jewish settlers is continuing. The evacuation is complete in two out of four settlements in the West Bank but troops handing out eviction notices are meeting pockets of resistance.

The era of a settlement of Gaza is

over. They know it. That explains

the burning anger, the resentment

and the tears. The army and police

have come at dawn. Street by street,

house by house, the army which for

decades defended the settlements

now delivering eviction notices.

Many of the settlers have already

left. Coaches were brought in red

write for those who will resist and

have to be dragged on to them,

starting Wednesday morning. As well

as the Gaza settlers the army

believes 5,000 activists from

Israel and the West Bank have

infiltrateed tomorrow last few

weeks. Over the red roofs of the

settlement houses you can see the

skwalid overcrowded blocks of the

Gaza Palestinians and the world is

watching to see how they, the army

and the settlement movement behaves

over the next few days. We will speak with Sunrise foreign editor, Keith Suter, about the Gaza withdrawal after the 7 o'clock news. There are reports up to seven Australian soldiers may now be fighting with terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan. According to the Daily Telegraph, one of those missing is Mathew Stewart, the former soldier accused of being an al-Qaeda operative. It is feared the men are now fighting against coalition forces. The Army denies it is trying to contact the group. The Australian Government says it will challenge any plans to reduce the sentence of Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Bashir. Bashir is serving 2.5 years in jail for his role in the 2002 Bali bombings. He may have his sentence reduced by up to four months as part of celebrations to mark Indonesia's 60th national day. A prison spokesman says convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby won't have her sentence reduced because her appeal process is not complete. Federal Cabinet will meet today

to consider a $3 billion plan to improve bush telecommunications. It is believed to include $1 billion for broadband Internet service in rural areas and a $2 billion trust fund. But the Prime Minister is still remaining cautious about whether the sale will go through. I'm not going to make any predictions

about something about which we haven't made a decision, okay. Outspoken Nationals' senator Barnaby Joyce has welcomed the package, describing it as a major step forward. The personal details of thousands of Australians, including confidential bank, passport and medical information, are reportedly up for sale on overseas blackmarkets. According to the ABC Four Corners program, the information is being taken from details gathered by Indian call centre staff.

Authorities say

they're struggling to stem the growth of international cyber crime. The Internet is becoming

more and more hostile. We're losing control of it day by day. The Federal Government is developing a national identity database

to help curb identity theft.

More on what you can do about it after the 7 o'clock news.

Pupbtder has hit back at the critics. Australia has held on for an unlikely draw in the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford. Ricky Ponting was Man of the match belting a defiant 156 to keep the series level at 1-1.

I must admit I thought the game

had slipped away from us at that moment. Australia and England now head to Trent Bridge for the fourth Test starting next Thursday. The Aussie women's cricket team have scored a good win, beating England by 12 runs in the first one-day international in Cheltenham. Our girls reached 7/222 from their 50 overs and then bowled England out for 210 with five balls remaining. American Phil Mickelson has birdied the final hole to win the US PGA Championship. The world No.4 held his nerve to sink a short putt on the 18th

and secure the shot victory

over Aussie Steve Elkington and Dane Thomas Bjorn. Hawthorn defender Campbell Brown faces an early end to his season after being charged with striking Essendon forward Matthew Lloyd. Brown is facing a four-match suspension over the weekend. after this vicious brawl over the weekend.

Port Adelaide midfielder Josh Francou has accepted a one-match ban for misconduct. St George Illawarra has opted against moving this weekend's top of the table blockbuster with Parramatta to Aussie Stadium. said Dragons' chief executive Peter Doust said the game will still take place at Oki Jubilee Stadium despite the possibility of making an extra $200,000 from gate takings. Bad news for jockey Damien Oliver. He won't be racing this spring after CT scans revealed his fractured vertabrae still hasn't healed well enough.

He had a nasty fall in March at

Moonee Valley and they can't take

the risk. We wish him well.

After a couple of weeks on the road

Grant is reacquainting himself with

Belinda and Fergus this week and

also ourselves. He is out on the

plaza with all today's weather.

Good to be home?

Terrific to be home. You don't

know yourself, there are so many

chores, I'm very handy around the

home, scrubbing the bath, getting

into the floors, the car, washing

the dog, all the great things. I

have to apologise after a couple of

active weeks to be here on the

Martin Place plaza I don't have a

lot to tell you except the weather.

Most activity is concentrated at

Other than Amanda, Barry and John

that is all I have got. Barry is

wearing the vets, selling the big

issue for the local homeless people

here so good on him too

Thank you Grant. Those people

looked like "Who is that guy? Why

are we doing this?" Later this Sunrise, what now for the Bali Nine? We'll rate their chances of escaping the death penalty. But next, today's front pages from around the country. And we're live to Hollywood. Nelson is standing by. I'm going to ask you a few questions. The vegetables are really fresh. The bread's lovely. And it's actually warm as well. It's all about what you eat, isn't it? Do you have any idea where that's from? I'm thinking Subway. I think the man right there can tell you. Deli Choices - the fresh taste from McDonald's. I didn't know it was from McDonald's, so... Welcome back to Sunrise. Let's check the newspapers from around the country. The Sydney Morning Herald tells of the Australian-Cypriot who died with his wife and two young daughters in yesterday's plane tragedy. The couple's two-year-old boy survived The Australian reports that community opposition to the full privatisation of Telstra is growing. It says 70% of Australians are against the $30 billion share sale. It also says

that the $11 billion Telstra has spent on regional services And the Northern Territory News has a picture of a ferocious fire that ripped through a suburban business. About $1 million worth of cars went up in smoke. For many showbiz stars their best is yet to come. But for the select few, the best is literally behind them. The top movie bottoms have been announced. Nelson Aspen has uncovered the list. Good morning. So who's got the best bot?

It is a tough job but somebody has

to do it. Coming in number 1 he may

not be popular in the press these

days but his bottom is still number

1 at the box office, Jude Law in

the talented Mr Ripley. Everyone

comes along with the movie role in

which 1,000 movie goers decide

their buts looked great. He is

followed closely by Brad Pitt in

Troy. Number 3 our First Lady,

Scarlett, loss in trabs laigs.

She is very boney now but the ample Bridget Jones diary version so there is your top 10

If you've got it you can flaunt it,

can't you?

But did they all flaunt it? They

are not all bare bottoms are they?

No, but I recommendber Renee

sliding down the fireman's pole. We

got a good view of it there and of

course Jude Law coming out of the

tub in talented Mr Ripley. Let's

get all 10DVDs and we can watch

them all

Sound like a great Friday night

and Ozzy Osbourne will be absent

from a signature event apparently

After 10 years of headlineing Oz

Fest he has decided he will let the

younger crowd take over and do

limited engagements because his

throat has been giving him so much

troubleed he is very frustrated by

it so he will only make special appearances from now on

Nelson, catch you just after 8.30,

see you then. Let us know your

favourite bottom as well. Shall we

make it just with the the movies or ...

Preferably somebody we all know,

not just the guy that lives next door. Then again ...

Lib has a cute one - that is my

benchmark. Very few would get above

that, let me tell you

That is tpwoot to here for a man of

how many years married? 26 Go Lib. Ahead this morning, how Indian call centre staff are selling your personal details. We'll tell you how to hit back. And Keith Suter will explain what's going on in the Gaza Strip. But next, Kochie's Joke of the Day and we'll jump on the Soapbox. Good morning. More than 500 protest the

anymore. been ruled out with nerve damage in

A beautiful morning in Melbourne,

cloudy and 16 degrees as we

overlook 7HQ in Melbourne and also Telstra Dome.

Looks good

A great year in Melbourne, footy

finals, racing carnival, you have to love it

All the new fashions are in the stores

September, end of August, September,

is a great time to live there. We

almost used to come out of highber

nation during the winter month and

then you go right the way through

to Christmas, Moomba, the

Australian Open the Grand Prix

You are making me cry

Are you okay there We'll be all right!

We are on the search for the best bottoms

And we have found a few. In fact a

lot of viewers have found a few

The golden one has come up, Kylie Minogue

How did she not make to it the

list?

Suggestion from Greg as we find the

film clip with the gold hot pants

Your wish is our command, we are

here to please

The gold-clad Kylie number 1

A boring cricket one

While we stick with becomes, so to

speak, Brad Pitt in Troy was one fine backside

Do you you remember the scene with

the hair drier an the gun?

You just thought he was excited.

Jennifer love Hewitt was not on the

list and Antonio bfpl anderis And what about the flash dance?

It was a body double, it doesn't

kourpbgts it has to be the real thing

So the girl was a body double?

Yes, sorry to do that to you

But Jennifer does have a fine personality

Who did her bottom as well?

Let us know, the best bottom - the

other one we want to discuss is

McInerney Turnbull says Australian

families have to produce more

children and do it for the good of

Australia. He is saying that we

have to have more children and we

have to promote the fact that we

want big families in Australia. So

what would it take for you to have

more children? You have two

No, I have got three. We did our

replacement then the extra one and

I'm thinking Malcolm is in a dodgy position there because he only

replaced himself and Lucy

So he should get on the job

You have done four

And you are up to two

We have got one but we need to keep working

Plenty more work there

Is the baby bonus $3000 enough to

encourage you to have more

children? What would it take?

There has been a bit of a spike.

The figures are going up. Peter

Costello telling everybody to get

to it seems to have worked

A live-in babysitter would help me,

a good incentive

It is a drop in the bucket, $3000, isn't it?

But the child care issue and

making child care tax deductable is

that something that would help out?

Because it is pretty expensive

It sure is

Let us know what you think

There are so many reasons not to

have them these days, for a lot of

women in particular, but we would

love to know

Give Malcolm Turnbull some am are ammunition. Time now for the Thought of the Day. It was emailed in by Deborah in the ACT. "Good looks catch the eye "but a good personality catches the heart."

Beretts has the whole package, the

full package Simon!

You are saying he has a cute bottom

as well?

No, I didn't go that far.

Boys are getting very koisy! Joke

of the day - two Zeb brass chewing

away and one says are we white with

black stripes or the other way

around? The second one says "I

don't know let's ask God" the first

one asks are we white with black

stripes or black with white stripes

and God says "You are what you are"

and the second zebra says what do

you make of that and the first one

says "It is simple we are white

because if we were black he would

have said you is what you is" thank you Simon

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It was, wants it? Mel If you're just joining us, Mel is still recovering from that bout of tonsillitis. We think she could be back tomorrow. In the meantime, we have a busy half-hour coming up. Shortly, more on those revelations that Indian call centre staff are selling your personal information. We'll tell you how to avoid becoming a victim. We'll also have the latest from Foreign Affairs

on the fate of the Bali Nine. And Keith Suter will be here to explain what's going on in the Gaza Strip. It's quite historic but potentially violent. And with the cricket all over, we'll have a chat to Darren Lehmann. First though, here's Simon with our 7.00 news. Good morning, everyone. Police have raided the Cyprus office of Helios Airways as they continue their investigation into Sunday's deadly crash. It has now been confirmed an ex-pat Australian, his wife and two young daughters were among the 121 killed. Adelaide man Demos Xiourouppa was taking his two young daughters to Greece for a family holiday when Helios flight 522 crashed. 10-year-old Sophia and Ioanna, aged nine, died alongside their father and his Cypriot-born wife Margarita. Their other child, two-year-old George, left an orphan is now in the care is now in the care of his grandparents. Mr Xiourouppa moved to Cyprus in 1993 Experts now believe most of the 121 passengers were likely to be dead before impact following a drop in cabin pressure. But as the process of identifying loved ones begins grief is turning to anger. Relatives of the dead say they were forced to wait several agonising hours, before the airline released the passenger list. I don't know, it's a tragedy. I cannot express very well words. The plane's two black box flight recorders have been removed from the wreckage and will be examined in France. three days of mourning continues. For the people of Cyprus, three days of mourning continues. Thousands of Jewish settlers are refusing to leave the West Bank, as the historic withdrawal of the area continues. The evacuation of two out of four Jewish settlements is complete, but opposition is growing. Angry settlers in Gaza have blocked soldiers trying to issue eviction notices. Troops are warning settlers to leave by Wednesday

or they'll be removed by force. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is pleading with the settlers to leave peacefully. The Prime Minister is playing down talk of a senate inquiry into the government's planned industrial relations reforms. John Howard has refused to confirm the probe announced by Workplace Relations Minister Kevin Andrews yesterday. Oh look, we're running a bit ahead of ourselves. We haven't introduced the legislation yet. Mr Howard says people will be given time to examine the legislation, due to be completed by October. The full sale of Telstra will be debated when Federal Cabinet meets in Canberra today. Kim Beazley's popularity has fallen to an all-time low as voters grow more dissatisfied with his performance. A Newspoll out today shows John Howard well ahead of the Labor leader as preferred prime minister. Labor has also fallen behind the Coalition on a two party preferred basis, down three points to 48%. The Federal Government is preparing to launch a $3 million overseas recruitment drive for skilled migrants. Australia's lifestyle and culture will be promoted to skilled workers through newspapers and expos with the aim of attracting 20,000 workers from Europe and Asia. Tradespeople, engineers and doctors are at the top of the list. It will be the government's biggest recruitment campaign since the 1950's Ten Pound Pom drive. The Federal Government is reportedly considering extending Medicare cover to midwives for the first time. The changes are said to be included in a national maternity plan that would see midwives receive Medicare benefits if their patients are referred by doctors. The Australian reports Advocates say it would lead to improved rural and regional services. 500 trucks are heading to the capital, blowing their horns over the Howard Government's proposed industrial relations reforms. Under the new legislation pay rates won't be regulated and drivers have warned Sunrise road safety could suffer.

We've fought for this industry for over 20 years and if we get this taken away from us, the trucks will be in poorer condition which will put the people at risk on the road.

Checking finance news. High oil prices are doing little to slow the US economy. Wall Street closed higher today.

The Dow Jones ended stronger. The Nasdaq was also up. In London, the FT100 and Germany's DAX were both down. In our region, Japan's Nikkei fell slightly. Back home, the All Ords and the ASX200 were both down. Sports next with Beretts. The skipper stands tall. Australia has held on for a dramatic draw

in the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford.

Ricky Ponting scored the first century by an Australian in this series with 156 steering the Aussies to 9/371 at the end of play. Both teams now head to Trent Bridge for the fourth Test starting next Thursday. Australia faced an arduous day at the crease to save the third Test and disaster struck early. COMMENTATOR: He's gone. He's gone first ball to Hoggard. Australia's captain arrived to right the ship but almost became another statistic. While Andrew Flintoff found Hayden's leg stump Ian Bell almost found Martyn short. Oh, he's gone if he hits. A suspect decision had Martyn back in the pavilion and the England fans dreaming. That's an enormous inside edge. Simon Katich never looked comfortable and Gilchrist couldn't belt his way out of the onslaught. Ponting continued his timely return to form with his 23rd Test century. But at the other end, the story wasn't so good for Australia.

Shane Warne joined his captain in the middle

and showed the same fight he did in the first innings. He also got some help from the opposition. Has he dropped the Ashes. Not long after though Warne could've considered himself unlucky.

Has he got him? No, he's dropped him. Steve Harmison ended a great captain's knock, on 156. While Lee and McGrath ended England's hopes of victory.

Australian Steve Elkington has finished in a tie for second at the PGA Championship, one shot behind American Phil Mickelson. After resuming play on the 16th overnight Elkington held on to the clubhouse lead despite missing a birdie on the 18th. But it wasn't enough. Mickelson showed nerves of steel

sinking a short putt to birdie the last hole and clinch his second major victory. Hawthorn defender Campbell Brown faces an early end to his season after being charged with striking Essendon forward Matthew Lloyd. Brown is facing a four-match suspension after this vicious brawl over the weekend. Port Adelaide midfielder Josh Francou has accepted a one-match ban for misconduct. We'll dissect the third Test draw in a few minutes with Darren Lehmann who's hot off the plane from England.

We will look at the weekness in

England where they just can't

finish us off. The crack is

starting to open up

They don't have it up here, do they

Beretts?

I think they are in a weeping

huddle in the change rooms now

The tidies turning, the trap is

closing. Let's check the weather

from Grant Denyer who is back home

at Brekky Central out in the plaza

today or above the plaza

No lack of heart valve from Simon

and Mark. I'm taking in the sights

of where they climbed over the site

of Brekky Central about 11 stories

up. That is a fair effort and we

are talking about some of the

sexiest bottoms in the business.

Surely yours must have been some of

the tightest having to climb over

here. I know from doing the

al-enDale building in WA the

charity fundraiser in the

Children's Hospital that was the

most scary thing I have done. Is it

yours, Beretts? Yes.

How high was the al-enDale one? The

guys did 11 stories?

30 stories, I was tough

How hard then I thought you were

talking about the bottoms?

Sorry, both. A man is allowed to

ask. Doing it I had full safety

equipment and shoes but having the

leather bottomed Julius Marlow only

to get over to the side must have

added to the danger

They were Batta Scouts

What was harder water skiing or this

Gland you have joined the special

mile high club, the legal one that

is - let's look tat latest forecast. A cold front over the south-east is moving out to sea today. It will leave behind some cold air and low cloud, which will bring showers to Victoria, Tasmania and SA. A massive cold front is approaching Western Australia and will bring some showers and storms to the region tomorrow. Looking ahead, a fine outlook for Brisbane and Sydney. Sunny in Canberra. A shower or two in Hobart on Thursday. Some patchy rain heading for Melbourne. Showers in Adelaide on Thursday. Rain and the chance of a storm in Perth. Fine in Darwin.

See you in half an hour Thank you Grant. It has been revealed that an Australian man was killed in the Greece jet disaster. His wife and two young daughters also died, but his two-year-old son had been left back in Cyprus with his grandparents. Seven's political reporter Geof Parry has the latest. Good morning, Geof. Firstly, to the reports of the Australian casualty. What can you tell us?

Kochie the department of Foreign

Affairs will be obviously doing -

this is their main priority now the

fact that these four - this family

of four from Adelaide have been

identified as being that aircraft

and tear priority will be to assist

the family as much as it can understand the circumstances and

see what it can do. Obviously they

will be looking at things like

helping the relatives, perhaps even

help them get to Athens to do the

sorts of things obviously that are

ahead of them and perhaps also

involving the repatriation of the

bodies back to Adelaide if that is

the family's wish. Obviously, too,

they will be taking great interest

in the investigation into this

crash. We know that there are

reports that the Coroner in Greece

believes that everyone was dead,

that maybe they died of

asphyxiation on the plane before it

hit the mountain side so they have

a fair bit of work to do keeping

track of that and also helping the family

And a tragic story for the family,

not only the loss of life but also

leaving an orphan child

Indeed, yes

Two years of age. Prosecutors in

Indonesia have decided to seek the

death penalty for the Bali nine,

what is the reaction in Canberra?

None really, and there is a reason

for that because keep in mind that

it has been known for quite some

time that the death penalty goes

with this. What we have seen is

basically just another step in the

process where the Bali Nine were

taken to court and it was basically

the police handing over the case

and the evidence to the prosecution

so it has gone to another stage and

remember too - I don't think we

should forget that the Australian Federal Police would have known

that the risk of the death penalty

would have applied to these people

when they tipped off the Indonesian

authorities so the government says

that it will not be - it will not

oppose the death penalties although

they may once they have been

applied seek some sort of clemency

but they are going to let this go

through the courts

The Federal cabinet meets today to

consider a $3 billion plan to

improve telecommunications in the

bush. The new opposition leader

Barnaby Joyce seems to have got his

way. Will it get through?

Well, I'm sure John Howard is

hoping that it will get through.

Certainly they have had words of

comfort from Barnaby Joyce who has

been welcoming of this proposal to

put about $3 billion into the Bush,

now he takes - he said this too

Kochie - he has taken his marching

orders from the Queensland National

Party so he has to go back to them

see what they like. He said he

couldn't find many people in

Queensland in favour of the sale

and we have seen the Newspoll that

shows the number of people in

Australia who are now opposing the

full privatisation of Telstra has increased

If you have a look in the letters

page of any newspaper in this

country at the moment they are all

saying why are we selling off the

family jewels?

That is right Lisa, yes

Geof Parry thank you for joining us. Right now, your personal details could be being sold on a global black market. Call centre staff from India are cashing in by misusing your lucrative information. And if that's not bad enough, those call centres are working for some of Australia's biggest companies. So how can you avoid becoming a victim? Andrew Woodward specialises in identity theft for Visa. Good morning to you. Just how big is the problem of identity theft?

Identity theft is definitely a

crime on the rise around the world

but the good news that is the

authorities are pretty much winning

the war against it in the past five

years the amounts crime committed -

sorry, the am 6 transactions on

Visa has doubled and the A fraud

has halved proportionately. That

doesn't mean we are complacent,

banks are working 24 hours a day

seven days a week to make sure what

is put on people's cards is what

they authorise for and we feed

vigilance by both the card holders,

the companies involved and also the banks

Sounds very simple but it obviously

is not. This Indian black market is

being supplied with this information by call centre workers

so how do the workers get hold of

this sensitive information?

People in these call centres

around the world are processing

information again 24 hours a day 7

days a week. Unfortunately in every

organisation there are some bad

eggs and it is up to the companies

that ask call centres sufficient as

these to ensure that they do employ

organisations of repute, that they

also have systems in place to

ensure that they employ people of

the highest standards and of the

highest calibre and they also need

to monitor what goes on in there

and in the case such as what we may

have overseas at the poem we need

to ensure that there are Punery

actions taken against these people

to send out a very strong signal

that it is just not on

Even though you are say tinge

proportion of identity threat has

fallen, if you are caught up in

this, that is little comfort, isn't

it? Because they can just

absolutely clean you out, clean out

your bank account, clean out your

credit card. What can you do to

avoid having your identity stolen?

I think there are a couple of

things you have to do. First of all

you have to protected your card and

other information as though it is

cash. You wouldn't leave $100

sitting on the dashboard of the car,

that means don't leave your papers

sitting on the dashboard of the car.

Also too check your statements and

other information as it comes in,

get it out of the letter box as

quickly as you can, for example and

be alert. If someone rings you

asking for particular data, don't

give it to them. Ring them back or

check the bone fiedz of tease

people and be alert. The key

message is protect your data as

though it is cash and be alert for scams

Is it realistic the to think that

we can actually stamp this out?

It is just a new form of crime. In

the old days we used to have bank

robbers riding up in the wild west

on horse west guns blazeing. This

unfortunately is a knew - new type

of crime. The banks are working

around the clock to lessen the

crime but it is a different type of

crime. They are getting on top of

it but it is a constant challenge

to keep ahead of the crims and we

need to do that in partnership with law-enforcement agencies and with

the banks and card holders. If the

three combine we have a safer

network and system but it is

something we have to keep on top of

Should we not be doing business

with companies that use Indian call

centres? I know it is cheaper and

part of globilisation but is it

time? Is this a warning for

Australian companies to say bring

the call centres back to Australia

where you can look at them more

closely and you can put a tighter

hold on them?

The situation is that these companies go through extensive

checks before they are allowed to

process information on behalf of

financial institutions or indeed

companies such as telephone

companies or insurance companies.

They do go through extensive checks

and these people's businesses are

on the line. None of these

companies want any problems so if

someone is outsourceing to an

overseas country, not just India,

they do need to ensure the highest

standards and put these people

through rigorous checks. There are

bad apples unfortunately and they

are being weeded out and what we

have seen in the past couple weeks

creates a heightened level of

awareness and security

Andrew thank you for joining us. As you've seen in our news, world attention remains focused on the Gaza Strip this morning. Jewish settlers in the Palestinian territory have been given their marching orders and must leave by tomorrow. But why were they there in the first place and is it a deadline for violence? Dr Keith Suter is our Foreign Affairs Editor. Good morning to you. Keith, can you give us a bit of a background. Just who are to the Jewish settlers and why are they there?

In 1967 the Arab states attacked

Israel. Israel counterattacked

saved its own life and are and was

able to extent first to take

overall of Jerusalem and the West

Bank and the Gaza Strip so it

expanded it into what some have

called the Israeli occupied

territories or Israeli administered

territories depending on your point

of view. Then politicians like

Ariel Sharon encouraged settlers to

go into toes areas to put the facts

on the ground, to say these are the

people who are occupying our land

and we are going to stand here

indefinitely. Now what has happened

is that Ariel Sharon now as Prime

Minister has changed hi mind and

has said we have to pull out of

these areas Why?

Partly because it is so difficult

to defend. If you look at Gaza you

have 8000 Jewish settlers,

surrounded by 1.3 million Palestinians

They are not great odds are they?

No. So you are deploying a lot of

your Defence Force to protect those

settlers. The settlers are tough

people but nonetheless they are at

a permanent risk of being killed by

Palestinian terrorists

So what will happen to those who

have pulled out?

The ones who have pulled out get

paid $200,0 7 0 to $300,000US

equivalent and will be resettled in

Israel

The ones who don't pull out?

The military from tomorrow are

under instruction toss physically

most them out so tomorrow is the

crunch as they start to move the settlers out

We have seen in the news that there

has been violence so far. What is

the biggest threat to this whole

operation? What will happen?

The biggest threat is partly that

you could end up with some Israeli

fundament lists who are saying we

are refusing to move you are

therefore going to have to kill us

or that you will end up with a gun

fight. That is one problem

I gather these 8000 would have been really hardline Israelis

Many of them are hardline. Some

are moving out, they have

recognised the writing on the wall

but demonstrators have moved in

from Israel who have said this ace

religious issue, this is land that

God gave to us, we are staying here,

so it ace severe religious issue

that Ariel Sharon has to deal with.

The other threat is the Palestinian angle. The Palestinian leadership

are saying this is what you get for

having negotiation was Israelis,

Hamas, the Palestinian terrorists

say no, we will continue to drive

them out so you end up with

violence against the Israelis and

they will have to retaliate with

violence and the whole thing falls through

This has been packaged up as a huge

step forward for peace, is Sharon right?

The peace process has collapsed

but this is possibly a way of

trying to revive it.

One of those disputes where both

sides have got on their side -

their own God on their side. You hate those disputes

Let's hope it has a positive effect. Here's Beretts. It another nail-biting finish to the third Test of the Ashes series. Australia managed to salvage a draw. Captain Ricky Ponting couldn't have chosen a better time to come back to form. To tell us more, is Darren Lehmann, who has just returned from the UK.

Good morning to you.

This series has been tougher than

anyone expected. How was morale in

the Aussie camp

They were not too bad. Ricky

Ponting was unbelievable last night.

He played one of the greatest

knocks to keep them in the series.

England have played unbelievable

cricket for the whole series and

they have outplayed Australia so we

got a way with a draw and now we

get a chance to chose the series

out in Trent Bridge in two weeks time

Has that been a big surprise to

Ricky and the Australians how good England have been?

I thought we would win 3 or 4 nil

and they have got Flintoff in top

form and Hammersmith so we are

looking forward to the guys getting

runs in the first Test

Our top order has not delivered.

Our tail enders have been fantastic

but what is the key? What will get

the top order back to form?

They have a tour game coming up

this week and they need to get some

form in heading into the fourth

testified. Ricky Ponting got 100,

we need Matthew Hayden and Justin

Langer to put the pressure back on.

They are just steam rolling the top

order and thank God for Shane Warne

and Brett Lee, they have been fantastic

England can't manage to quite

finish us off yet, can they?

The best thing is they are not

finishing it up. Michael Vaughan

made a mistake by not declaring

earlier last night which was a big

mistake. They gave us enough time

to bowl them out and we bowled

really well and got through with a draw

There has been a note put out by

Cricket Australia dispelling any

rumours between a rift between

Ricky Ponting and shaib warn. Did

you get any feel of that, that

there was something brewing in the

camp?

No, there is nothing there. They

are great mates. It is a big family.

They town for 10 months of the year,

it is paper talk in England, pretty

much rubbish what they write most

of the time

Has Ricky done the right thing

putting England in to bat?

In the second Test it was probably

the wrong decision but the game

fished in three and a bit day so

the toss is irrelevant

Good point. What do they need to do

from here on in as a team? You

mentioned they have got the tour

match coming up. How do you go

about bringing it all back together

and bringing this team back into

form?

They have to have some fun for the

a start. They need to start playing

well as a team and if they get back

to their winning ways and play women

the tour game leading into the

fourth Test they win that they

retain the Archer and this they do

that they don't want to be the

first side to lose the Ashes in

more than 16 years so a big two

weeks for the Australian cricket

team. Get back, have fun, play well and positive cricket

What was the vibe you picked up in

England? The home fans are very

excite bad the series

They are. There is a lot of beer

being drunk around the ground, it

is a sell out every day, the crowd

is getting stuck into our boys as

you would expect. We do when they

come here. The England crowds are

open top of us day in and out and

they expect England to win

One of the guys who shone is Shane

Warne, he has been great with the

ball and outstanding with the bat.

He has been outstanding with the

bat. Pity he didn't get 100. If we

- he did get 100 we wouldn't hear

the end of it. I'm happy he didn't!

He got 600 Test wickets and he is

going from strengths to strength. I

see him getting 700, maybe 800 Test wickets

Welcome home, good to have you back

and thank you for your insight on the Ashes tour

Thank you guys, cheers. We've got another Sunrise exclusive in about 10 minutes from now. Craig David has sold more than 13 million records around the world. The British singer has cracked the American and Australian markets. That makes him a music superstar. We'll speak to him after 7.30. Also ahead, what it takes to win Big Brother. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise, right across Australia.

song your beautiful

# Your beautiful

Nice view from observatory hill in

Sydney overlooking the harbour and

the bridge, a fine day in Sydney

expected with a top of 19.

So close to spring

You can smell it. We have been

talking this morning about this

whole issue of your identity being

stolen particularly through the

Indian call centres that we all get

so many calls from when