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(generated from captions) Deadly attack - Australians in the crossfire storm aid ships bound for Gaza, as Israeli commandos killing up to 19 people. its troops were attacked first, Israel says the soldiers came onboard firing. activists say So will it spark reprisals? 'X Factor' hero - for the talent show how a man's audition turned into a life-saving role. He'll tell his story live. And 'Twilight' Down Under - the stars are on Sunrise. with Team Jacob or Team Edward? So is Kristen Stewart 1 June 2010. Find out on 'Twilight' Tuesday, this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia,

here's Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Hello and welcome to Sunrise. has gripped the nation 'Twilight' fever the latest movie in the series, as 'Eclipse', takes to cinema screens. this morning The stars are on Sunrise and tell us whether so head to our soapbox you're Team Jacob or Team Edward.

Who are you? Oh, well, she is

to be team Edward but I like Jacob. Who are you? Oh, well, she is meant

What are you though? Look, I like

look. Well done. Jacob. Jacob. That rough masculine

Also this morning, biggest cash giveaway. we launch brekky TV's to stand in the AMP Cash Cube You could win the right and grab your share of $180,000! our easiest competition ever It's possibly and you could win lots of money. Right now it's news time with Nat. Good morning. in an Israeli detention centre Two Australians are being held off the Gaza strip. after commandos stormed relief boats and photographer Kate Geraghty Fairfax journalist Paul McGeough were on board one of the boats

off the Israeli coast. when they were intercepted They're unhurt and 60 others were injured. but up to 19 people died were acting in self-defence. Israel says its troops

They were beaten, stabbed. There was

even gun fire and our shoulders have

lives. to defend themselves and their

The deadly high seas attack and protests around the world. has sparked condemnation A man is in hospital during a Sydney home invasion. after being attacked

tied up and bashed with boltcutters Seven News has been told he was before managing to raise the alarm the Eastwood home this morning. as his attackers fled in the victim's car. A man and woman were arrested nearby have also been taken into custody. Two more men being questioned by police. All four are currently to bushland north of Perth today, Forensic police will return of millionaire Craig Puddy searching for the body who vanished a month ago. They've been examining an area of Two Rocks near the coastal community looking for a possible gravesite. It follows a weekend breakthrough discovered a wheelie bin when four-wheel drivers from Mr Puddy's home. which had been missing what we've found in the bin. At this stage I'm not going to say the bin has been taken away, Obviously, a series of tests. it will go through will take place in Queensland Today an extradition hearing for Cameron Mansell, over the murder. the man WA police want to charge has cleared its first hurdle, Paid parental leave from Parliament's lower house. getting the green light for either parent, It will provide 18 weeks leave at the minimum wage of $543 a week. is set to start next year The government-funded scheme if it's approved by the Senate.

have been released, New government documents has been telling Australians contradicting what Kevin Rudd of his new mining tax. about the impact A letter from Treasurer Wayne Swan to spent $38 million, outlines his arguments spruiking the tax. will have on the financial markets He cites the impact the tax and mining company profits. Parliament those fears were wrong. Last week the Prime Minister told in the polls Labor has regained a slim lead but both Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott in voter approval. have suffered a drop The Newspoll shows Prime Minister has risen to 54% dissatisfaction with the 49% for the opposition leader. Labor leads 51%-49% Two-party preferred, for the Greens. thanks to a surge in primary support 'Twilight' fans Hundreds of screaming to spend time with two of the stars. braved the rain in Sydney last night

came from Luna Park Ear piercing screams and Taylor Lautner when Kristen Stewart promoting their latest movie. took to the stage (CROWD SCREAMS) from the crowd They took some questions before signing autographs. In finance news - are both closed for public holidays Wall Street and London edged higher. but other European markets this afternoon The Reserve Bank meets will stay put or continue going up. to decide whether interest rates Craig James is at Commsec. Morning. this week that inflation is up. Craig, there have been reports

a fourth consecutive rise? Is this likely to mean

They say you should never change a

good forecast. We believe the good

forecast for May was to leave

interest rates where they were. We

don't believe that the Reserve Bank

should be touching rates in June.

Effectively, they have gone a step

too far by increasing interest

rates, not just in May but also we

believe in April. It's not just the

Greek financial crisis. Here at

home, consumers effectively have

gone on strike. They won't spend

unless there are big discounts on

offer by retailers. We also know

that home prices are slowing. Very

modest increase in the latest month,

the slowest increase that was

in the order of 5 months. Those rate the slowest increase that was seen

hikes, they are taking an impact and

slowing things down. It's an time

for the Reserve Bank to move to the

sidelines, assess the impact before

deciding on the next move. It will

be interesting to see what the

minutes say. Where they see the

level of interest rates and the

economy at the moment. We

out for that. You will bring us the economy at the moment. We will watch

very latest. Thank you for that. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. the NRL's latest code-hopper Israel Folau is set to become when he confirms a switch to the AFL's Greater Western Sydney franchise today. The 3-year deal is reportedly worth up to $1.4 million per season. Gold Coast recruit Karmichael Hunt has backed his former Broncos team-mate

to make the transition. Meantime, Geelong superstar Gary Ablett has postponed negotiations on a new contract

until the end of the season. Samantha Stosur has played the match of her life overnight, knocking Justine Henin out of the French Open.

The Queenslander battled back from a set down to win 2-6, 6-1, 6-4, ending Henin's 24-match unbeaten run at Roland Garros and setting up a quarterfinal showdown with Serena Williams. Jarmila Groth was unable to join Stosur in the last eight, losing in straight sets to Yaroslava Shvedova. The Roosters have overcome an early deficit to outclass the Gold Coast 30-16 at Skilled Park overnight. Mitchell Pearce made a sparkling return from the shoulder injury, setting up three tries to advance his claims for a recall to the New South Wales Origin side. Despite the loss, the Titans remain entrenched in the top four. Socceroos coach Pim Verbeek is sharpening the selection axe in Johannesburg. The Dutchman will select his 23-man World Cup squad tomorrow following tonight's friendly against Denmark. Socceroos midfielder Mark Bresciano admits there's tension in the camp as Verbeek prepares to select his final squad.

The count down is on. Now to Grant and today's weather.

Welcome to beautiful Harvey bay. The

old Kombi, she has rattled down the

fantastic peer here that just

stretches on to the horizon. This

morning, with the beautiful

sunlight, just licking the

sunlight, just licking the horizon at the moment, she is a place to

behold. I will tell you what,

behold. I will tell you what, while we are experiencing some beautiful

locations here, weather wise, a lot

of country has stabilised now due to

that wet weather. Pretty much that

low that was in the Tasman has now

starting to move on. It is being

replaced by a high. Pretty much most

of Australia is dry and clear. Let's take a look at the forecast now. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. Up to 50% off everything sale on now. It has to be Beacon.

Not a bad way to start your day, is

it? I tell you what though, I

wouldn't want to be out in a little

boat like that when it stacks to

become whale season very soon. If a

whale popped up next to you and

started fluffing the tail around.

It's nice, isn't it. Thank you,

Grant, it is a gorgeous day tlchlt

good luck with your Kombi, just make

sure that jetty is sturdy enough for

it. What is that creeking sound.

Wise call, wise call. Coming up, Latchkey Kids - what's the right age to leave your children at home on their own? And the breast cancer vaccine that could save lives. But after the break, 'Twilight' Tuesday.

The stars of 'Eclipse' Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart are on Sunrise. with 1/4 moisturising cream. It gently lathers, effectively cleanses Dove. Feel the difference. Step 2 - bag, mix and roast. Step 3 - assemble the family for dinner. Tasty chicken in 3 easy steps. they're easier to find than ever. But if you do need help, with the soul of a small. Sunrise books online at accorhotels.com Enjoy a choice, enjoy your stay. of the 'Twilight' movies A few hundred lucky fans to meet two of the stars. got a chance are in Australia Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner of the new film, 'Eclipse'. ahead of the release

I will fill you in, I've read the

books. If you weren't one of the few

who got to ask the actors a then don't worry. caught up with Kristen and Taylor Our entertainment editor, Fifi, have changed to find out how their lives since the phenomenon started. (CROWD SCREAMS) The 'Twilight' saga and more than the movies. has become bigger than the books the vampires can give immortality, In the same way have given the series eternal life. the actors from the films to their own lives. But it's come at a sacrifice becoming like you? Why are you so against me of the choice you're making. I know the consequences The 'Twilight' fans are...fantastic! on the crazy side But can be a little because, you know, when I look at the teenagers with the bite marks on their necks and taking vampirism a little bit too seriously - what is the craziest thing you've seen fans do or do for you? the word "crazy". I don't like to use I like to use the word "passionate". Very nice adjustment there, Taylor. Very nice. And they are extremely passionate. the moment passionate moment Um...I don't know if I could choose

so many passionate ones! (LAUGHS) because there's been The crying is always just... there's nothing you can do and... ..'cause you feel like And if you do something... It's just more, yeah. touch them or something so you'll, like, and you'll feel bad ..they'll start crying

so then you feel more bad and then that makes it worse it's a really awkward situation. and it's just - you'll ever see me. This is the last time the attention has shifted Over the movies, from Edward the vampire... (SHOUTS) Jake, run! ..to Jacob the werewolf. to howl a little bit I've heard and be requested dress up as a werewolf yet. but, no, I haven't had anybody He didn't want you anymore. He left you, Bella. has been Bella. And in the middle of it all No, Edward, don't!

as a different person than myself I think of Bella I think of her as they do and, yeah, so it's - as if I'm that person. so it's weird to be looked at who's just 18, It's been a lot to handle for Taylor

and Kristen, 20.

pretty level-headed to me. But I've gotta say, they seemed You know, is it hard to be grounded? around you? Do you keep your friends and family the same people that I did before I definitely spend time with to describe it for me and, really, the best way is there's two different worlds - go into that and you do your thing there is the new world and you to the same one you were always in and then you go back you always did with the same people. and do the same things It's a - it's a job. and then you come home. You go to work you're getting yourself into. You don't know what until your heart stops beating. I'm gonna fight for you

question, It's like Mills and Boon,

isn't it? Kind of, you know how you

got so into Harry Potter.

got so into Harry Potter.? This is

for young girls. Grown ups And

tweens and young teens Harry Potter

fans grown up. That's why my girls

love it. That's how they describe

it, it's book for themselves.

Aussie tennis star Sam Stosur Later this morning - it, it's book for them. it, it's book for

of her career. scores the biggest win And the contestant on 'The X Factor'

Also on the way, to save a life. who dropped everything

latest tourism commercial. the mixed reaction to Australia's And crawling champions -

the fastest tiny tots on all fours the babies competing to be when Sunrise continues. to get you back in the game faster. Huggies Baby Wipes. using your cars differently. So we ask a few more questions brought to you by Beacon Lighting. What's Making News the Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale - Save on thousands of items during on now. It has to be Beacon. This is Fast Ed's roast chook. later this morning. He's going to show us how to cook it a couple of talking points. But the photo prompts to cooking a good chicken? What's your secret the ultimate comfort food? And is roast chook Email or SMS us.

He cooks it in an oven bag. We do

that. Do you. I do the turkey in one

at Christmas. You have to have a big

bag. Just putting it out there. Let

us know. The secret to a good roast chook. Now to what's making news. already has its knockers. The new Tourism Australia commercial a nation of tone-deaf bogans. One critic says we look like Let's have a look at part of it. There's nothin' like it, is there? ADVERTISEMENT:

# There ooze nothing # There's nothing like Australia

like Australia It says, have a bit

of fun, come here, have a good time.

I think it's great. I think it's

hard to sit in Australia and comment

on that because we are not the ones

who want to come here. What do the

tourists think? What does the

overseas audience think? It doesn't

matter what the Australians think.

What do you think. Do you like it.

No. I agree with the bogan thing,

that whole thing, singing doing the

thing in the pub, the way they have

done it to me is cheesy and I don't

like the beginning of it Do

us to pretend

us to pretend that Australia is all like the beginning of it Do you want

sophisticated. It has a bit classier

than that. I don't like it. We are

friendly and fun. Let us know your

thoughts, would it make you come to

Australia, would you come out would

that ad do it for you. What brought

you here. New Zealand seem to nail

it. I have never wanted to go to New

Zealand but those ads make me want

to go. They show all the beautiful

sceny. Harvey Norman, you know,

doesn't do classy ads to sell a

product. It says come on down, get a

discount, we have got the best deal

for you. No interest. If you are in

the market for a TV or what have

you, isn't it a little different.

you, isn't it a little different..

They raced along a 15 metre track,

racing parents dangled keys even

showed laptops to entice them to

crawl. The winner took just under 15

Honourable seconds to crawl into the arms seconds to crawl into the

seconds to crawl into the arms

of her dad. He said they trained for

the race. I am not sure how you

race. Take it one step at a time.

That is would be a first child. You

only encourage them to crawl and

Walkerly and quickly for the first

one, don't you? Then all the others,

sit, no need to crawl yet. Just sit

there. He is walking - no, he is

not. Stay down. The woman who made a

Passat Becs in a lift in front of

his wife. That's good form. Not

good. No. Also coming up, did Krall

on the oil spois in the Gulf of

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Lay days wear trousers, that's the

only tip. Well, you know, you don't

want a marlin moment, do you Some

might. Thank you, Mel. The United Nations Security Council will hold an emergency meeting today as world leaders condemn Israel's raid on a group of protest boats taking aid to the Gaza Strip. Commandos stormed the aid vessels as they threatened to cross the Gaza blockade. Israel says 10 people were killed but it's believed the toll could be as high as 19. We certainly condemn such attack.

This is a clear manifestation of Israel's determination to undermine the will of the Palestinian people. An Australian journalist and photographer on board are being held in detention. A man has drowned in Melbourne's Maribyrnong River. Friends raised the alarm when the 32-year-old who'd been drinking at an Ascot Vale canoe club decided to swim across the river. The man was pulled from the water about 500m downstream early this morning. He died on arrival in hospital. A mother arrested over the deaths of her two sons in northern Victoria is being held in a secure ward of Melbourne's St Vincent's Hospital. Vanessa Robinson was flown to Melbourne yesterday in a serious condition after her 7- and 9-year-olds were found dead in their Mooroopna home. Locals in the small town are in shock.

Just feel sick, just can't comprehend it all. You hope it's no-one that you know but you know everybody, it's terrible. Doctors have been asked to assess Ms Robinson's mental state. A driver is under guard in hospital after a high-speed police pursuit in Sydney's inner south. As police chased the allegedly stolen Nissan coupe, it clipped a truck, then ploughed into a pole at Darlington at an estimated 90km/h.

The driver was trapped before being freed and taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital with serious leg injuries. Victoria Cross holder Trooper Mark Donaldson has declared he's ready to rejoin his SAS unit in Afghanistan. Trooper Donaldson who was also named Young Australian of the Year has rejected his PR role in favour of returning to active service. Defence bosses say they have no problem with Trooper Donaldson continuing his army career, even though past VC recipients haven't been allowed to. He was awarded the VC for rescuing an Afghan interpreter under heavy fire in 2008. The Vatican will launch an investigation into child sex abuse cases that have rocked Ireland's Catholic Church. Pope Benedict XVI has appointed a 9-member panel, including the archbishops of Boston and New York. It follows a damning Irish government report on the widespread cover-up of sexual abuse between the 1930s and 1990s. An American truck driver is lucky to be alive after his vehicle overturned on a busy highway in Texas. A small car clipped the truck, sending it veering into the median strip. It narrowly missed two cars going in the opposite direction as it flipped and skidded to a halt. Everyone walked away unhurt.

Buy a Lotto ticket. In finance news - Wall Street and London are both closed today but other European markets edged higher. Israel Folau is set to follow trailblazing former team-mate Karmichael Hunt into the AFL by signing a multimillion-dollar 3-year deal with Greater Western Sydney today. The 21-year-old is believed to have secured a deal worth upwards of $1 million a season. In Melbourne, the Western Bulldogs are expected to announce Jason Akermanis's punishment today following the backlash from his article on gay footballers. Samantha Stosur has set up a quarterfinal showdown

with Serena Williams after dumping Justine Henin out of the French Open last night. Stosur produced a career-best performance to triumph 2-6, 6-1, 6-4 and snap Henin's 24 match-winning streak at Roland Garros. Jarmila Groth failed in her bid to secure a quarterfinal berth, going down 6-4, 6-3 to Yaroslava Shvedova. A hat-trick from winger David Mead wasn't enough to save the Titans from a 30-16 loss against the Roosters at Skilled Park overnight. Half-back Mitchell Pearce was a standout for the Roosters,

enhancing his State of Origin claims.

Meanwhile, North Queensland will decide today whether to accept a 1-match ban handed to Johnathan Thurston for his foul-mouthed tirade against referee Jason Robinson. Wallabies coach Robbie Deans is expected to include up to five debutants when he names his 22-man squad today for Saturday's Test against Fiji in Canberra. Berrick Barnes could miss out altogether with Quade Cooper expected to be named at fly half and Matt Giteau at inside centre. Now to Grant and today's weather.

He is having a whale of a time at

Harvey bay. Beretts, you do it to me

every time. You are brilliant. Good

morning, whale season starts in

Sydney today, officially. But we had

so many emails from people in Harvey

bay, just writing in, saying you

have to come here because it is the

whale watching capital of the world.

Would that be right? Yes. Pretty

conclusive right there. We are about

290ks from Brisbane. That's about 2

fuel stops in the Kombi. It's

national whale day. So it's party

time up here, because they get

thousands of whales that come up

here, the hump backs into the bay

and socialise and play

and socialise and play and sing to each other and kind of like that,

was that not realistic? I that

was that not realistic? I that is

thought it was alright. Let's have a

look at the forecast. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. It has to be Beacon. A Tasman low is weakening, causing strong winds, showers and dangerous surf to ease on the New South Wales coast. Troughs are only bringing isolated showers to the south-eastern interior and far southern WA. Fine and 22 in Brisbane. A few showers tomorrow and the rest of the week. Fine on Saturday. A few showers and 20 in Sydney. Chance of a shower tomorrow. And rain should continue for the rest of the week and on Saturday. Mostly sunny and 15 in Canberra. Early frost tomorrow. Fine for the rest of the week. Partly cloudy on Saturday. Early fog and 17 in Melbourne. Fog clearing tomorrow.

Mostly sunny on Thursday. Partly cloudy on Friday. Showers on Saturday. Fine and 15 in Hobart. Fine tomorrow and Thursday. Afternoon showers on Friday. Mainly fine on Saturday. A possible shower and 18 in Adelaide. Partly cloudy tomorrow. Fine on Thursday and Friday. Partly cloudy on Saturday. Mostly sunny and 19 in Perth. Partly cloudy tomorrow and Thursday. Mostly sunny on Friday. Cloudy on Saturday. Sunny and 29 in Darwin. Dry tomorrow and the rest of the week. Fine on Saturday.

Look at that, every one. Vicky is

with me here. Your season starts

with a paddle out this weekend, what

does that mean? For national whale

day this weekend, we are hoping to

hold Australia's largest paddle out. We hold Australia's largest paddle out.

We are asking our local community to

come down and help out. Paddle out

with us. We are going to hold a

minute's silence and we are going

throw 507 flowers into the water to

recognise the number of whales that

were killed in tact. We have got

names, well known whales that we

have watched for 20 odd years and to

know one of them was missing would

be devastating. There is no greater

place to do it up here. All for

science, according to the Japanese.

All for science, what a joke. We

will talk about that later. Beauty.

Thank you, Grant. Joke of the day

comes from Caroline, 8 years

comes from Caroline, 8 years from North Ryde. Lib and I bought our first place just around the corner

from you. She lives in North Ryde.

We bought in leisure close. That

takes me back. Months of sausage

slab, couldn't afford it. Poor, let

me tell you. Times have changed,

move on. The joke what do you put on

a pig that is hurt? Oinkment. On a

Caroline. National. Where is the

graphic, Guys? Where is the graphic.

No correspondence will be entered

into. But Caroline,

into. But Caroline, get what you get, you will get one of uncle

Kochie's joke boog r books. I will

have to rip out a few pages for you,

8 years of age, give it to your mum

and dad and they can read the

selected ones. Too cute Send in your

joke of the day. Coming up - Guy Leech with an update on our Ultimate Diet Challenge. Remember - we're putting eight diets to the test. But in a moment, Dr Karl on how to stop that oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. And did we get the latest tourism commercial right? (SINGS) # There's nothing like this bear... That's no bear. We'll get the verdict on 'There's Nothing Like Australia' after the break. This month it's Deal Season at Landmark, with great end of financial year deals. Now you can earn Rewards points on Waratah tie-easy long-life fence wire, GalStar Extreme steel posts, long-life Iowa barbed wire and Stocklock long-life. And pick up this 6.5 horsepower petrol Hyundai air compressor with a 100-litre tank for just $1,150. You'll find these great deals and more in our Deal Season catalogue. We're making a big deal of the end of financial year.

(BARKS) with Special K Chocolatey Bars - using your cars differently. So we ask a few more questions Tomorrow on Sunrise,

Fabio gets friendly with Julia Morris. Find out why he loves Aussie women.

Their encounter will bring a smile to your face, Wednesday on Sunrise. America's oil disaster is expected to get much worse before it gets better as BP makes another attempt at plugging the spill. It's been six weeks since the leak began. But it's not known how much crude oil is actually gushing out. The estimates are between 2 million and 16 million litres a day. That could be the equivalent of up to six Olympic-sized swimming pools every day. BP says it could be another three months before the leak is contained. But some scientists believe it could go on for years. This is now the worst environmental disaster in US history.

BP has successfully stopped the US

media of flying over certain media of flying over certain parts of the So why is this oil leak so difficult to stop? Let's ask Sunrise science expert Dr Karl Kruszelnicki. Good morning. Why is it so hard to plug the leak? spill.

You've got a big pipe about this

big, a lot of oil coming out of it.

It's not on the surface, it's is. It's not on the surface, it's is.5

kilometres down. Think back to the

submarine accident where it went

down in 100 metres of water. A

athlete can run 100 metres, me, I

can do it in a minute, it took them

3 weeks to get 100 metres. They are

just not 100 metres, they are 1, just not 100 metres, they are 1,500

metres. The pressure is enormous. So

it's a hostile environment in

it's a hostile environment in which they are working. So, tell me what

went wrong in the fares place and I

don't get why they don't have a plan

to plug it if something like this

happens? OK, so, what they have got is an oil

is an oil drilling rig ship which

cost 500,000. They drop a string

down and then it can go another 9

kilometres through rock. That's

taller than Mt

taller than Mount Everest. They go

down about 4

down about 4 and a bit kilometres.

They cap t they get a structure and

they bolt it down on to the ocean

floor and then they have a pipe, 21

inches coming out of it. On 20

April, something goes wrong and the

ship April, something goes wrong and the

ship catches on fire, the ship catches on fire, the Deepwater who ship catches on fire, the Deepwater

horizon, it catches on fire. On 22

April, it sinks. As it sinks t

breaks, it cracks the pipe. 24 April

they discover its leaking. They then

going through a whole lot of things

to try to stop the oil from leaking.

The first one is called the blow out

pre surrender, this is the first

thing they did, the blow out pre

surrender. I will demonstrate it.

This is it. Open it up all the way. surrender. I will demonstrate it. This is it. Open it up all the way.

Imagine that this thing here is 15

metres high and weighs 450 tonnes.

This is your 21 inch pipe. Start squeezing.

Stopment. Open her up a bit. Done. So, that was the first thing they

tried and for various reasons, the

Mr out didn't work. Ideas of

maintenance, all that sort of stuff.

Then they tried cem Cal toss try and

break up the oil.

Then they tried cem Cal toss try and break up the oil. There was problems

with that, it was a bit toxic. Then

they tried putting a Dome on top it.

Then it filled up with ice

Then it filled up with ice and other stuff. Koch which yants to talk

tourism, will they ever plug the

leak? Yeah, sure. Before the world

is owl ruined. It will be messy,

they will fix it. Good to know,

thank you, Dr Karl. Move over Paul Hogan and Lara Bingle Tourism Australia has unveiled its new television commercial. The creators say it captures the Australian spirit with a bit of fun and humour. ADVERTISEMENT: There's nothin' like it, is there? Nah. (SINGS) # There's nothing like the sunrise # The first wave of the day... # The trip along the coastline

# It's right across the bay # There's nothing like this ancient place # Sunset from a camel # This organism # This billabong # Or this duck-billed mammal

# Da-da da-da da, da, da, da # There's nothing like the people here

# Or here!

# Or there # My mates up here # My friends down there # There's nothing like this bear That's not a bear. # There's nothing like this giant shrub # This rock # This fish # These birds! # There's nothing like these furry things that bounce around in herds # There's nothing like...Australia # There's nothing like Australia # There's nothing like # This wondrous land from Darwin to Bass Strait # There's nothing like the people here # Where everyone's your mate # There's nothing like...Australia # There's nothing like Australia # There's nothing like (there's nothing like) # Australia # There's nothing like Australia. # (FIREWORKS EXPLODE) So does the new ad make the grade? Advertising expert Jane Caro joins me now. Good morning. The makers of the ad say they've captured the Aussie spirit. Do you think it really sells Australia?

It's very interesting, does it

really matter what we think? We are

already in Australia. Do we need to

be sold the country? It seems to me, do we keep asking Australians to

sell Australians. We keep trying to

sell it overseas. Why don't we ask

people from overseas. They would

have done market research overseas.

have done market research overseas.)

The end, I worry and I think this ad

has a bit of a tell, tell smell

about it, that we are more concerned

about pleasing the voters in

Australia than actually doing that

people overseas are really going to

people overseas are really going to notice and like. This is - I have

great sympathy for the people who

have done this ad. This is the worst

brief in Australia. Every single

Australian is now a creative

director. They are all going to have

their opinion, for my money, it's

trying very hard not to be owe

trying very hard not to be owe febs I have. It's a little bit please

I have. It's a little bit please all of the people all of the time. It's

quite sweet. It has a up kind of feel, it covers feel, it covers as much of Australia

as you possibly could in a

commercial. But it does feel a

little bit colour by numbers, a

little bit bland, not real awhole

lot to grab on to and respond to.

You know, it's a good effort. OK. Do

the Qantas ads zealous better and

let them do their thing, Australia

has got to do something different? I think that's really interesting. think that's really interesting. I

think I still call Australia home is

brilliant marketing to Australians

because we are great travellerers

and we do tend to fly and we do tend to and we do tend

and we do tend Qantas. We do feel

like we are home. It means very

little to a German. Does that mean anything to a

anything to a German. That's what I

worry about. I think a lot of country promote themselves in country promote themselves in that

iconic symbol, we are fun and nice. Come iconic symbol, we are fun and nice.

Come and join us. It's a long way to

come, it's expensive, is that

enough? Should we say, it's worth of

money? Yes, thank you for that. If

you are a tourist, we would love to

hear from you this morning, would

that add tickle your

that add tickle your fancy? Let us know. Up soon - will Israel face reprisals for its deadly raid on aid ships? And the promise of a new breast cancer vaccine. But after the break, Sam Stosur beats the queen of the clay, Justine Henin, at the French Open. And the rest of this morning's news and weather on Sunrise as we take a look at Brisbane through the Jetstar Skycam. Fine and 22 today.

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The Sunrise Showbiz Report brought to you by 'New Idea'. For all the latest celebrity news and more. is in Hollywood. Showbiz editor Nelson Aspen

in a New York hotel. and David Beckham caused a stir What happened?

There is a story coming out of New

York this morning that he and Posh

were in an elevator in the hotel and

a woman boarded at another floor,

she got so excited at the sight

David Beckham that she asked him to she got so excited at the sight of

rub her belly for good luck. She

claimed she was pregnant. He wanted

his good David

his good David Beckham Mojo.

Victoria shut the lay day down. She

didn't want her husband rubbing any

part of this women. I was in an

elevator with Laurance olive yeah,

that was pretty exciting for me,

would you be star struck if

would you be star struck if you

walked into a elevator and saw day

ved Beckham. We are talking about

the new Aussie tourism campaign, we

are saying we would love to know

what overseas people think? Have you

seen it. We saw it here in the news

Bureau in Los Angeles. It's funny

because the Australians are not so

crazy about it. For me, I was very

excited by it. I thut gosh, I have

done that's I did the bridge climb

and I have held a koala, I have

certainly been in a pub but the made

the Australians look so friendly. It

made me think, I've got so much more

to do, I've been to Sydney and

Melbourne and Brisbane, now I have

to go to the he rest of the country,

so it did feel like feeling like I

had a bit to do list. We were

saying, it doesn't matter what we

think, we are here already, it's

appealing to tourists and visitors.

Come back any time, Nelson. Run

right up those steps. I will put a

shrimp on the barbie. I Most people

aren't liking it. Jason says it's

totally boganish. No one sits around

in a pub singing merrily. Have you

ever been to the picked possum,

Jason. It depends what time of

we are talking a. Lot of people are Jason. It depends what time of night

saying, it looks more like an ad

Sydney. There is more to Australia saying, it looks more like an ad to

than the open Australia house and

the bridge. Deb says thinks it's too

old fashioned and this is from ash.

My wife was in the ad for the Aussie

promo. She got a couple of grand for

doing it. She is off to New Zealand

for a trip with the girls. Look, for a trip with the girls. Look, the

interesting thing, as Nelson said,

from overseas the reaction is quite

positive. Overseas people think it's

not to bad, Pamela says I have been

from England, no lie, Australians

are friendly. I think the ad is fun

and friendly, there is the Opera

House and the pubs representing all

Australians. Good point. That's act

exactly what Nelson said. We are here so who

here so who cares what we think.

Keep your opinions coming and

particularly tourists, people who

are out here at the moment. You are

the people that it's aimed at. on Sunrise this morning. Now, still to come Deadly attack - Australians in the crossfire aid ships bound for Gaza, as Israeli commandos storm

killing up to 19 people.

its troops were attacked first. Israel says came onboard firing. Activists say the soldiers

So will it spark reprisals? Getting dizzy for Izzy - Israel Folau AFL poaches rugby league star on a multimillion-dollar deal for Western Sydney. to play Aussie Rules And 'Twilight' Down Under - the stars are on Sunrise. with Team Jacob or Team Edward? So is Kristen Stewart 1 June 2010. Find out on 'Twilight' Tuesday, this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, If you've just tuned in, biggest cash giveaway today. we're launching brekky TV's to stand in the AMP Cash Cube You could win the right and grab your share of $180,000. our easiest competition ever It's possibly and you could win lots of money. it's time for the news of the day. Right now, are coming up. Details on how to enter

Good morning. across the Arab world Anger is mounting stormed Gaza-bound aid ships. after Israeli commandos has arrived in an Israeli port The lead ship of the flotilla up to 19 people dead. after the clash that left and photographer An Australian journalist

are being held in detention. who were among those on board At least one injured activist an Israeli hospital and arrested. has been removed from

We were in international waters. We were in international waters. has joined world leaders The Rudd government at the deaths. in expressing deep sorrow it was acting in self-defence. But Israel is unrepentant, saying over a house fire A Melbourne man has been arrested fighting for life. that's left a teenage girl

Patrolling officers saw smoke Caroline Springs home yesterday billowing from the from going in. but the heat stopped them to rescue the 14-year-old. Firefighters eventually managed serious injuries to most of her body She's got reasonably and impact of smoke inhalation. from burning and heat to 50% of her body. The girl suffered burns this morning. A 24-year-old man was arrested A man is in hospital during a Sydney home invasion. after being attacked tied up and bashed with boltcutters Seven News has been told he was before managing to raise the alarm the Eastwood home this morning. as his attackers fled

in the victim's car. A man and woman were arrested nearby been taken into custody. Two more men have also being questioned by police. All four are currently to bushland north of Perth today Forensic police will return of millionaire Craig Puddy searching for the body who vanished a month ago. They've been examining an area of Two Rocks near the coastal community looking for a possible gravesite. It follows a weekend breakthrough a wheelie bin when a couple discovered from Mr Puddy's home. which had been missing what we've found in the bin. At this stage, I'm not going to say the bin has been taken away, Obviously, a series of tests. it will go through will take place in Queensland Today an extradition hearing for Cameron Mansell, the man WA police want to charge over the murder. Australians are a step closer to getting paid parental leave with the government's legislation passing through the lower house last night. It will provide 18 weeks leave for either parent at the minimum wage of $543 a week. The government-funded scheme is set to come into force from the start of next year if it's approved by the Senate. A Newspoll out this morning shows both Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott have suffered a drop in voter approval. The poll, published in News Limited, shows dissatisfaction with the Prime Minister has risen to 54% and 49% for the Opposition Leader. Two-party preferred, Labor leads 51% to 49% thanks to a surge in primary support for the Greens. In finance news - Wall Street and London are both closed for public holidays but other European markets edged higher.

We completed the worst months of

May. Our market down 7.

May. Our market down 7.8% for the month.

Reserve Bank not expected to change

official interest

meet this morning. official interest rates when they meet this morning.. Time for sport. Israel Folau is set to be unveiled as the AFL's latest big-name recruit. The Broncos star has agreed to a 3-year deal with Greater Western Sydney

reportedly worth upwards of $1 million a season. Not everyone in the AFL is happy with the cash being thrown at league stars.

Is it really worth us paying that

much to get that. I think there is

something not quite right about that. Folau's decision to defect comes a day after the Gold Coast paraded its $3 million man, Karmichael Hunt. Samantha Stosur has set up a blockbuster French Open quarterfinal

against Serena Williams after dethroning the queen of Roland Garros, Justine Henin, overnight. The world number 7 fought back from a set down to win 2-6, 6-1, 6-4, ending Henin's remarkable 24-match unbeaten run in Paris. Jarmila Groth was unable to join Stosur in the quarterfinals, losing in straight sets to Yaroslava Shvedova. The Roosters have overcome an early deficit to outclass the Gold Coast 30-16 at Skilled Park overnight. Mitchell Pearce made a sparkling return from a shoulder injury, setting up three tries to advance his claims for a recall to the New South Wales Origin side. Socceroos coach Pim Verbeek

is preparing to shatter the World Cup dreams of five players. The Dutchman will select his 23-man World Cup squad following tonight's friendly against Denmark in Johannesburg. Midfielder Mark Bresciano admits there's tension in the camp. Let's check in with Grant.

Just shake it out, just shake it

out. We are so Dee tuned at the

moment, we are nearly asleep. That's

how relaxed we are at the moment.

Just while you are there, I wanted

to point you out to Bernadette. She wanted to a thank you for the hard

work that you did in your bike ride

for cancer Arch being a year in the

clear. It was a great job that he

focussed on the cause. Thank you,

thank you. Good on you, Beretts,

from everybody here, around of

applause, digging deep for the cause

and helping everybody who has been

touched by the big C. Also, Kochy

and Mel, I know you are massive fans

of pushing organ donation. I just

wanned to point out John who has had

a new kidney plugged in. New lease

on life. Yeah, very good. You don't

know how sick you are until you get

fixed up You enthusiasm it's great that fixed up You enthusiasm it's great

that Kochie and Melbourne get behind

the skaus. My word. I reckon it

should be a thing where you have to

elect not to be a donor rather than

be a donor. That's the key. That's

for sure. It's like that oversees.

That should be compulsory that every

one does donate unless Wow have to

agree? No, no, that's a red herring.

Because even in Spain when it's an

opt out, Mel will say don't get him started, they

started, they still check with your

family. Your family

family. Your family still has to give permission even if those countries. No

countries. No one will do a

transplant unless they get the

approval of the family. So it's

about talking amongst your family.

Exactly right. Tell your family your

wishes. Yeah, OK. John is great

evidence as to why that works. Great

to see you feeling a million Bucks

up here. Let's take a look at the

forecast. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. It has to be Beacon.

That's the tail of Nala, 30 years of

age, the local community have kept

an eye on her for many years. She is

a popular local attraction. Seen in

Japanese Waters and been monitored

by the researchers so they are

terrified about the future of her.

We will talk about that a little

later. Alright, Grant, thank you for that. later. Alright, Grant, thank you for that.. Two Australian journalists are in an Israeli detention centre this morning after being caught in an Israeli attack on aid ships bound for Gaza. Up to 19 people were killed when Israeli commandos stormed the boats, which we're told were carrying aid to the Palestinians. Israel says its troops were attacked first,

activists say the soldiers came on board firing. Fairfax correspondent Paul McGeough and photographer Kate Geraghty were on one of boats covering the story. There were grave fears for their safety when they couldn't be contacted for several hours after the raid. But they're alive. There's been international condemnation and protests against Israel's action.

So will there be reprisals and what's behind the attack? Sunrise foreign editor Dr Keith Suter joins me now. Keith, did Israel have any cause to attack?

Well, three years ago, when the

people on the Gaza people on the

people on the Gaza Strip, that is

the western side of Israel, when the

Palestines had the opportunity to

vote, they voted for Hamas. The

Israelis then interest inserted a

blockade around Gaza so you have got 1. blockade around Gaza so you have got

1.5 million people there, only about

a quarter of the relief supplies

that those people living on

previously have been allowed in

since that time. So, we have had

about 9 attempts apparently to bring

aid in. Now, obviously this

aid in. Now, obviously this flotilla was not carrying that much aid

was not carrying that much aid but it was trying to make an interest

state same. .

state same. . That blockade, is

state same. . That blockade, is that approved by the Nguyen. . This is

Israel saying we are going to do our

own blockade. That's right because

Hamas has come into power. The

Israelis don't approve of that they

are really punishing the Palestines

for voting for Hamas. Hamas refuses

to recognise the existence of the

state of Israel. So there is a

dispute and Hamas there and things

like that. Did the Israelis have to

open fire. No and they were on the

high seas which you are not allowed

either. You are not allowed to

intercept on the high seas. This was

a relief mission. It had a number of

foreign journalists on it and so

really the intention was to run the

blockade, get these relief supplies

in but also to make the point that you have got 1.

you have got 1.5 million people who

have been isolated from the outside

world. Why hasn't the rest of the

world said to Israel, Guys you can't

do this? Why don't they try and

break the blockade rather than

international groups. A lot of

countries have criticised what has

gone on. Australia hasn't. What have

they done? Have they done anything.

They just talk. So people in the

Gaza are staffing and dying as a

result. That's right. You've got one

third of the children have got

aNeemia. They can't do any trade.

Fertiliser is not allowed in. But

those that might have a military use

are not allowed p So'oialo fertilise

certificate not being allowed in.

You could use that for explosives.

Concrete is not being allowed in so

there's actually a list of

restricted items. So it's actually

very difficult. You've got this

interest et activity which was done

with a view to generating publicity

to the situation that has gone on

for 3 years and is not receiving

much coverage particularly in the

western countries. Now, turkey has

said, already, we can't have any

more cooperation with you, Greece

has said no more cooperation with

Israel either. And security council

meeting at this time. At the moment. Now to some promising results from a US study into a new breast cancer vaccine. The scientists behind it say it has the potential to wipe out most breast cancers. In Australia, the disease makes up one-third of all cancers found in women.

So how significant is this new vaccine? Sunrise GP Dr Ginni Mansberg is here. Good morning to you. Firstly, tell us how this vaccine works?

It's quite exciting. They haven't

targeted a virus which is what the

ver very Cal cancer vaccine. They

have actually found a protein that

breast cancer cells make and they

have targeted that protein.

Hopefully your immune system will

recognise it's a problem, go out and

take out the cells that are making

it. We are calling it a vaccine.

Does that mean it's only to prevent

or can it be used to treat existing

breast cancer They were using it on

both. They were using at as a

treatment as well. It was more

successful as a preventer. But it

did have some effect as a treatment

as well. Any problems with it Yeah,

unfortunately, this little protein

is also made by breast tissue so we

think if you are given this

advantage even, you would

advantage even, you would not able

to breast feed afterwards. If the

idea is to use it as a preventer,

you would obviously use it in women

who were predisposed to cancer and

sacrificing breast feeding. They are

thinking of rolling it out to

everybody. 80% of breast cancers

come on after the age of 50. So we

could probably use the advantage

even at age 40. Most women have

stopped breast feeding by that

stage. I know they are saying some

years 10 years ago a, years 10 years ago

years 10 years ago away. I would

imagine research would lead to other

areas. Absolutely. The authors have

specifically talked about this

little protein found in a whole lot

of tumours so the potential is

enormous. Do you think it could

eliminate breast cancer all

together? I think that's drawing a

bit after long Bo. They are saying

that 70% only make this protein but

70% is better than nothing. It's a

amazing breakthrough, here a is

hoping we get some great news. Yeah,

I agree. That Thank you, Ginni. 'Twilight' fever has hit Australia with Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart here to promote the new 'Twilight' movie, 'Eclipse'. Thousands of fans braved the cold, wet weather last night to catch a glimpse of their favourite on-screen heroes. Our entertainment editor, Fifi, sat down with Taylor and Kristen. Good morning, Fifi. Are you amazed at the response these guys are getting?

It is. I mean, I really we saw a

suggestion of it last year

suggestion of it last year obviously with the second movie coming out and

now the new one isn't released in 1

July here in Australia. But

obviously having them in town,

people have gone crazy. You look at

the weather, it's very Seattle. It's

quite like'Twilight' so I did speak

to Taylor and cit ten yesterday.

They do very at home with the rain

and the climate here in Sydney at

the moment. It is huge. It's very

big. Now, a photo of Kristen

sticking her finger up at the

paparazzi is doing the rounds this

morning. What is she really like? Is

it the Spotlight a bit too much for

her? Does someone need to give - I

am not going to go there. Yeah, I think am not going to go there. Yeah, I

think it's too much for her. Hi a

chat with her. That will be coming

up very soon in the interview. If

you look at the body language in the

interview, she is - she is not

comfortable. I don't think she is comfortable. I don't think she comfortable. I don't think she is at

all comfortable. She has been an

actor for a long timement you think

she would have come to

she would have come to terms with that part of it I was very much

speaking to a 20-year-old, Taylor is

only 18. They are very young. They

do seem very level headed. They are

humble but I would think that I

would say that Kristen is not

comfortable and she is not enjoying

the Spotlight at all. She was very

warm and engaging. But no, she

doesn't like the paparazzi. Sort of

comes with the territory, if you are

paid the big Bucks to be a

successful actress, you have to

expect that sort of stuff. In this

day and age, you can't be a

celebrity without knowing what comes

with it. 20 years ago, you might not

have known what was about to happen.

She has seen what happens to Brad

and Ange. Now it's happening to

Kristen and Taylor. Thank you for

that, your interview in our next

half hour. Don't go away. It's week two of our Ultimate Diet Challenge. If you haven't heard, we're testing the most popular weight-loss programs on the market. We've chosen eight people to undergo a different diet. And we're following them weekly to find out which one has the best success rate. There's Weight Watchers, the New Atkins Diet, Jenny Craig,

Tony Ferguson, No Diet Diet OptiFast Shakes, the CSIRO diet

and Lite n' Easy. So how are our dieters going? Fitness expert Guy Leech put them through their paces. # I can transform ya # No, I can't dance but I can dance on ya... Well, here we are at Fitness First and this is the first session for our eight candidates in the 8-week diet challenge. # I can change your life, make you so new # Make you never want to go back to the old you... You're working your whole body. The workout today is all about things that you can do and take home that's gonna be around the lounge room. Before we do that,

we're gonna do a bit of a warm-up, a bit of a stretch so just spread yourselves out a little bit across here

and we will stretch our arms out and our lower half. So just, one across like this - across the body like this, under your chin, arm up and pull across like so. Upper body, shoulders and your squats, you're going to go down to 90 degrees and back up again. I want you like this - little movements like this.

So just down a little bit and up. Nah, nah, not so far. Just down and up. This stops chicken wings. We love that. # You got it Who wants to weigh in first? Nah!

David, Rachel, you're on two different diets. Can you tell me about that? Yep, it's been hard work. Rachel's on a pre-prepared Jenny Craig and I'm on the CSIRO so I've had to go through the book and think up some meals to cook and everything like that and Rachel's is already made and then there's the kids so it's a bit of a juggling act. And Kylie, tell us about your diet. Yep, I'm on Tony Ferguson. It's going really well, besides a few headaches.

Other than that, I'm doing well. Good on you. Now, Aaron, how are you doing? I'm doing really well. I'm on a pretty good diet. It's called The Atkins Diet. I looked into it a bit more. I've got a book to read. It's actually pretty sweet for me - big meals, eggs in the morning, steak. (LAUGHS) No carbs is killing me and no alcohol but we'll get through it, so... Good on you. Now, Matt, you're on Lite n' Easy? That's it. How's that going? So far, it's very easy. Still waiting for the 'lite' to kick in. (LAUGHS) Michelle, Weight Watchers for you? Yes, going very well. Um...and, yeah, I've just found it easier this time, drinking lots of water, really sticking to it.

Very motivated. And Sarah, you're on OptiFast. How's that going for you? Yep, really good. Um, I'm really enjoying it, I like the shakes. Because I don't cook, I like just putting it in and shaking it up. It all sounds really nice for you. Any little problems at all? No, not yet. Um, my husband does all the cooking, so, yeah, it's really easy. That's fantastic. We'll see how you're going next week then. And Jacqueline, what diet are you on?

I'm on the 'No Diet' Diet. Perfect! How's that going? Good because I can pick what I like to eat and I think at my age, I should know. # I can transform ya, I can transform ya # Anything you want, I can get it for ya... Guys, great workout today. You've done a fantastic job. Pat yourselves all on the back.

Now, I've been given a free watch to give each one of you - it's a heart rate watch and it will tell you your heart rate when you're working out. I've got some homework for you to do for next week when we catch up.

These to monitor your heart rate.

How was the work out today? How do

you feel.

Can we also do a diet to get a body

like Guy Leach. Look at these guns he Time to have a look at how the Sunrise footy tips went from the weekend. had. Mpblt I

had. Mpblt I am very embarrassed to

say to both the boys and the girls,

a bit ashamed that we didn't beat

Richmond on the weekend. Neither the

boys or the girls picked Essendon,

Geelong or Brisbane. And in rugby league and no-one tipped last night's win by the Sydney Roosters over the Gold Coast. So the girls continue to lead the the boys.

Good on you girls.

Coming up - voters dump the major parties in favour of the Greens. But do they like the environment policies? Or simply dislike Labor and the Coalition? Also this morning, is having a baby bad for the planet? We'll hear from both sides of the debate. And there's nothing like a commercial about Australia to get everyone talking. Your views are ahead on Sunrise.

I've decided to be an organ donor. It's important. To donate life, discuss it today.

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Talking about the latest tourism ad.

Drama, just split opinion, Lea

Drama, just split opinion, Lea says I am from the UK, it

I am from the UK, it is old, dated

and boring. Lay LA says, I love it,

it shows all sides of Australia. Ian, if this

Ian, if this is an ad to come to

Australia, why are the two girls

driving a left hand drive vehicle?

Quite a few have picked that one up,

saying maybe we should have Which

one is driving. She has her hands on the steering wheel. The the steering wheel. The The other

one doesn't look very focus. If it's

an Aussie tourism ad. Lots of