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tough terrain. uncovered in the track's of the find for Australia? So, what's the significance Winging it - on his close call. Red Bull pilot Matt Hall And cash grab - kicks up a gear Brekky TV's biggest money giveaway

the Cash Cube. as we put the first contender into It's Monday 7 June 2010. this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Hello and welcome to Sunrise to be a busy morning. and what's guaranteed is loaded and ready to go. The AMP Cash Cube inside later in the show. We'll shut our first contender

We want to see the tactics that they

are going to use, shove it in shirt

we'll take you live to WA Also this morning, its, it's all

prepares to receive asylum seekers. as a new mainland detention centre Nat has the news of this Monday. But for now, Good morning. proposed mining super-profits tax The federal government's if one was held now. would cost it the election has surged ahead The federal opposition with an election-winning lead. in the latest Nielsen poll up from last month's 50-50 split. The coalition has gained 3 points, That's a 6% swing lose 29 seats and government. which would see Labor But voters are wary of Tony Abbott the preferred prime minister. with Kevin Rudd still at a new mainland detention centre Security is tightening of 90 asylum seekers. ahead of the arrival to close the gates Security guards rushed at the new Leonora detention centre when Seven News cameras appeared in outback WA. are being set up to house families Demountable homes to be processed. as they wait for their asylum claims of Leonora will be very welcoming I think you'll find the people to these people. won't confirm The Department of Immigration will move there. when the asylum seekers has come forward to police A Sydney man over the weekend after a hit-and-run in Sydney

fighting for his life. that left a man 27-year-old Josh Perryman with a suspected fractured spine is in intensive care at Allambie Heights after being knocked down while crossing the road to get home. He's a good bloke. you know. He's just started a business, It's not good not good at all, mate. Police say late last night to help with the investigation. a man came forward after being attacked by a shark A man is recovering in hospital while surfing in Western Australia. off his board The shark bumped the man on the state's south coast. at an isolated beach near Walpole near his knee He was bitten on the leg at Albany Hospital. and has had surgery what type of shark was involved It's not clear in the area. but great whites are common the south coast here Well, you are talking about all the time. and there are sharks out there The guys don't expect to get bitten. are not life-threatening. The man's injuries for a group of teenagers Police in Melbourne are searching who attacked a good Samaritan to stop another assault. who'd stepped in at a train station Tim Redmond was bashed unconscious from a weekend football game. on his way home were caught on security cameras. His attackers punched passengers as they ran riot. Witnesses say the group randomly threatening to kill people. They came back with broken bottles A 17-year-old has been arrested they're closing in on the rest. and police say her first night in her own bed Jessica Watson has spent at home on the Sunshine Coast. after tucking into a roast dinner to welcome the teen sailor Thousands of people turned out round-the-world voyage after her epic 9-month the Mooloolaba River yesterday. when she sailed into I've got a book to finish, with the team a documentary to work on would be beaut and a bit of travelling and go from there. her story to inspire young people. Jess says she wants to tell In finance news:

cash. It will be an

week. It's down 11.

week. It's down 11.4 prs since it's cash. It will be an ugly week this

peak on 26 April. ahead of us, Now we've got the full week for a preview. Craig James joins us from CommSec Morning. looking out for? Craig, what should we be

The main focus this week is jobs. We

have already have the advantage job

index for month of May. That showed

a pretty reasonable rise,

advertisements rising 5.5% advertisements rising 5.

advertisements rising 5.5%. We have

got the ANZ jobs index out today.

That will show pretty much a similar

result. So our job market is in

pretty good health. We should have

seen 20,000 jobs created. The

unemployment rate somewhere around 5

hadn't 4, 5.

hadn't 4, 5.5, it's pretty much

chalk and cheese

with the rest of the world, the US chalk and cheese comparing Australia job market

job market showing 9.

job market showing 9.9%

job market showing 9.9%. It shows

what good shape that we are in. Beef

also got surveys of consumer

confidence, business confidence over

the week and the Reserve Bank

Governor who will have a chat on

Wednesday. But I don't think he will

be talking about lifting interest

rates any time soon. A bit to look

out for. You p keel us across it.

Appreciate your time. Talk to you

soon. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. a final-quarter surge Collingwood has held off from the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium overnight. to score a 10-point victory a 48-point advantage The Magpies opened up in the third term in a frantic final quarter but their lead was slashed

straight goals to end the contest. as the Dogs kicked six 19 times between Sydney and Essendon At the SCG, the lead changed by nine points. with the Swans sneaking home has been tinged with sadness Australia's World Cup build-up was forced to leave South Africa. after back-up goalkeeper Brad Jones Jones's 4-year-old son has been diagnosed with leukaemia. Pim Verbeek is unsure whether the 28-year-old will play any part in the tournament. Eugene Galekovic will be Jones's replacement if he's forced to withdraw. Anthony Watmough is in serious doubt for Origin 2 after injuring his groin

in Manly's 22-6 loss to Brisbane at Brookvale Oval. AFL-bound Bronco Israel Folau scored two tries and may be handed an unexpected lifeline by Queensland selectors. The Blues will name their squad tonight but there's serious doubts over Jarryd Hayne and Luke Lewis who could be facing suspensions. Rafael Nadal has won his fifth French Open crown

with an emphatic straight-sets win over Swede Robin Soderling this morning. Nadal triumphed 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 to take the title without dropping a set. The win returns the Spaniard to the world number one ranking. Now to Grant and today's weather.

This morning he has got the weather

and a little bit of history. Morning

captain Barrett yarks I will be your

cabin boy today as we embark on a

mighty journey at the Melbourne

Museum. We are going through 280

real artifacts from the genuine

Titanic, salvaged over decades. On

display down here at the moment.

Just a fascinating story. I love the

story of the Titanic as I know so

many people do. I thought the

many people do. I thought the story of the Titanic would be sinking over

time. It does than. It never Abates.

So many wonderful stories. Do you

know there were Australians on board

when it sunk. I will reveal the

details a little later as we look at

the forecast forth first time this morning. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. The Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale now on. It has to be Beacon.

I don't want to reveal too much

I don't want to reveal too much but at the end, it runs into an iceberg

and sinks. You gave away the ending.

I know. It's so early in the morning.

morning. I have ruined it, sorry. But that's OK, at least it's now in

sper tech tiff, so for the rest of

the morning we know where it leads

to. It will make sense. I pretend I

never said that. Alright. Thank you, Grant. Later this morning - Kokoda gives up some of its secrets about a wartime battlefield. And where you're most at risk of identity theft. But next, how a new online code of conduct will stop net nasties. We'll explain how it should work when Sunrise continues. What if your foundation could last 24 hours? What if it could do everything but the dishes? New SuperStay 24hr Makeup from Maybelline New York. It's fade-proof. It's sweat-resistant. It slices and dices through heat and humidity. How? SuperStay's Micro-Flex technology. Without it, the formula can fall apart. With it, SuperStay stands up to the stress. Stays flawless all day 'cause it's the do-it-all, through-it-all, 24hr make-up that stays flawless beyond any stretch of the imagination. New SuperStay 24hr Makeup. Maybe she's born with it. Maybe it's Maybelline. How do you like it? No garden's complete without one. (LOW RUMBLING) (GURGLING) Aargh! Phil! Get a plumber! (GURGLES) Phil! (SIGHS) (PHONE RINGS) Hmm. Did you see what did it? let your fingers do the walking. And as a vet, I know how important the right diet is for your pet's health. It's visibly improved and he loves it. For more information, go to purinaone.com.au One can make a difference. Sunrise books online at accorhotels.com Enjoy a choice, enjoy your stay. The federal government is putting more controls on the internet. During Cyber Security Awareness Week, it's announced a code of conduct for internet service providers. They'll be required to report things like child pornography and stalking. But is this the right approach? We're joined now by Geordie Guy from Electronic Frontiers Australia.

Good morning. Firstly, can you explain how the code will work?

This is a voluntarily code that the

internet industry association

internet industry association says this is the way internet cops will

behalf. This is like a free TV

Australia code but for the

Australia code but for the internet.

What they have undertaken to do is

mostly help out people who are

having trouble with their computer

with things like viruses but there

is some extra information in there

about promising to pay a lot more

attention to report anything to the

authorities if something looks

authorities if something looks like it is up. Do you think hello hope.

We also feel that these voluntarily

code of conduct seems to work better

than the government just running

around making laws. Particularly

promises, where as if your computer

is being used by a criminal to send

stuff like spam. The ITP will work

with you to try and get it sorted

out. Television networks have a

responsibility to their viewers. The

internet and ISPs, they are the new

age carrier of information. They've

got to join the party

got to join the party too, don't

they. Yes, it does mirror the way

television works. It's a peak body

made up of all the indeed the small

ISPs with a code of conduct of

ISPs with a code of conduct of how they are going to approach these

kind of things. They come up with

that, usually in consultation with

the government. Federal police are

going to investigation Google for

collecting personal WiFi information

from homes. Google says it was a

mistake. Do you support the probe?

It's certainly good to see the

police getting involved in what is a

law enforcement matter. It seems up

until now, everybody except the

police have had an opinion about

this. I suppose we will see closure

on this one way and all. It will be

surprising to see what the result is

I guess. This type of law where you

are not allowed to divert

information on the internet and have

a look at it, is the type of

a look at it, is the type of thing that the government has used in the

past to test things like filters. So it's a bit surprising to

it's a bit surprising to see which way it will be applied in this

instance. Alright, keep us up to

date with that. Good to see you.

date with that. Good to see you.. On the way - why anger can sometimes be good for you.

And no one else, but if you feel

better that's good People around you

think it's awful. And the secret to making a hit song. Some Aussies say they've cracked the code. But next, will the federal government's handling of the mining tax cost Kevin Rudd the election? And an Aussie cafe makes a 95kg whopper. But is the big burger just a big waste of food? Your chance to pass judgement is coming up on Sunrise.

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It has to be Beacon. Road safety is making news this morning. A commercial from the UK is doing the rounds of the internet again.

Take a look.

That's fantastic. It gives me

goosebumps, always wear your seat

belt. As you know I am on

belt. As you know I am on the

national road safety council. We are

actually very good. About 97% of

people wear seat else belts in this

country, a quarter of all vehicle

occupants killed weren't wearing

seat belts. So when you look at how

many do wear them but a quarter of

those killed, so, your chances of

dying without one are really really

high. It's a big issue, particularly

for heavy truck drivers. More than

50% killed were not wearing a belt.

So always wear your seat belt. Gee.

That's my mumry lecture for the

morning. Good reminder. Just an

amazing impact, that ad. Also making news this Monday are opinion polls. The Coalition is ahead for the first time in four years. On the two-party preferred count, it's 53% to 47%.

Labor would lose 29 seats.

Labor would lose 29 seats.. If you translated that to next election, Labor would lose 29 seats. Some commentators point to Kevin Rudd's handling of the mining tax. Others say the asylum seekers is the big issue. We'll seek some views later this morning. But in the meantime, have your say. Email or SMS us.

Of course our experiment last

Of course our experiment last week with the Don Key. A lot of people

just really don't know who

just really don't know who to vote

for or wacht to. Let us know watt

issues are that are changing your mind. Also most viewed this morning is the big burger. A Sydney cafe has built the 95kg whopper. It has 81kg of minced meat, 120 eggs, 4kg of lettuce and tomatoes and 144 slices of cheese.

The burger took 14 hours to make - most of that was cooking the patty. It's believed to be the world's biggest hamburger. But critics say it's just a waste of food. Do they have a point?

It was auctioned off for charity. Stop It was auctioned off for charity.

Stop whingeing and whining. Stop whingeing and whining. I wonder

how many people ate it? If it had

been sitting out there for a few hours, how

hours, would the meat have been OK.

Yeah, it will be fine. It will be

resting. Zwroo a twice cooked hamburger, fantastic. Still to come - stunt pilot Matt Hall talks us through his close call during a flying competition. And found -

the last major battleground of Kokoda. But after the break, this morning's news and weather. This is Sunrise with our first Cash Cube contender next hour.

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up. Yeah. That's gross. Alright. There you Later this morning - the damage that can be done when your identity is stolen.

But now, Nat has the news.

Afghan and Sri Lankan asylum seekers will be flown to a new mainland detention centre in Western Australia this afternoon. Security guards rushed to close the gates when Seven News cameras appeared at the new Leonora centre in outback WA.

Demountable homes are being set up to house families as they wait for their asylum claims to be processed. About 90 people are expected to be flown in from Christmas Island

on several flights today and tomorrow. A man is recovering in hospital after being attacked by a shark while surfing in Western Australia. The shark bumped the man off his board at an isolated beach near Walpole on the state's south coast. He was bitten on the leg near his knee and has had surgery at Albany Hospital. It's not clear what type of shark was involved but great whites are common in the area.

The man's injuries are not life-threatening.

Hundreds of passengers were left stranded at Brisbane Airport last night after taxidrivers went on strike. Drivers from Yellow Cabs and Black and White Cabs refused to work

after complaining police were moving them on from a designated rank area, then fining them for minor infringements. The cab drivers claim the police unfairly targeted them.

Two men have died after their car collided with a truck in eastern Victoria. The car smashed into the truck after 6:30 last night on the Princes Freeway at Bunyip. The truck driver was treated for shock. Two men who allegedly wanted to kill American troops have been arrested on suspicion of conspiring to commit an international act of terrorism.

FBI detectives raided the suspects' homes in New Jersey before arresting them at JFK Airport in New York. They were believed to be planning to join a jihadist group in Somalia.

The two American citizens had previously been recorded by undercover officers, discussing attacks against America. At least four people have been killed during powerful storms in America's Midwest. Severe thunderstorms and several tornados

swept through Illinois, Ohio and Michigan, leaving a trail of destruction. The twisters tossed around cars and buses and destroyed around 50 homes. This is absolutely horrible. It's almost surreal, what I'm looking at, you know. It is - it's surreal. You ever seen anything like this before? No, never. I mean, this don't happen around here to often. Around a dozen people are being treated in hospital with minor injuries. have been injured during a stampede before a World Cup warm-up match. Fans were trampled when thousands rushed through the gates for a friendly between Nigeria and North Korea. Police closed the gates and waited for calm but when they reopened, a second surge of fans caused more havoc. Authorities closed the gates again to go home. and told the remaining fans No-one was seriously injured.

go, A ugly weekend on Wall Street

because of disappointing job

figures. Those crazy ung Geyer ans

came out and said gee, our economy

is in trouble. So, that sent global

markets through the floor and then

yesterday, they came out and said,

only joking,

only joking, we are actually good in

pretty good shape. You idiots. Urn

markets were down as well.

It has made a death cross ladies and

gentlemen on Friday. That's when it's 50 day

it's 50 day moving average dropped

below the 200 day moving average. Last below the 200 day moving average.

Last time, it happened in September

2008, the currency dropped 26% in

five weeks. Expectations that it

will head back to the mid 70s. If

you want any more details, I've done

an explanation on the Sunrise

website but it's very critical.

Don't look at me like that. So we

are headed for disaster. Is are headed for disaster. Is not

disaster if you are an exporter. You

will love it because we will be more

competitive, if you are an importer,

prices will go up, hopefully more

tour ifts will come

tour ifts will come here but it's

fascinating to see it on the charts.

It's called a death cross when it

goes - anyhow. You should do our

tourism ads. I've got all the

details - maybe not

details - maybe not - on the Sunrise

website. Time for sport now, no

death for the weebs. are in danger of evaporating premiership aspirations The Western Bulldogs'

to Collingwood after a disappointing loss at Etihad Stadium overnight. until it was too late, The Dogs didn't fire up from a 48-point deficit fighting back to eventually go down by 10. To make matters worse, an ankle injury. Shaun Higgins suffered is in freefall. Meantime, Port Adelaide's season fourth straight match yesterday, The Power lost their losing to Hawthorn by 11 points.

It's all over, it's all over. Israel Folau in the Queensland team, The man tipped to replace Brent Tate, of an Origin recall shattered. has had his dreams The Warriors centre broke his jaw to the Dragons. in yesterday's 2-point loss have their own injury problems The Blues in Manly's 22-6 loss to the Broncos. with Anthony Watmough limping off

will test his injured ankle today. Blues centre Jamie Lyon the world number one ranking Rafael Nadal has reclaimed from Roger Federer in the French Open final. following a dominant victory 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 Nadal hammered Robin Soderling at Roland Garros. to claim his fifth title The Spaniard is now one win away

of six French Open titles. from Bjorn Borg's record an improved performance Casey Stoner has put in at the Italian MotoGP overnight, finishing fourth behind Dani Pedrosa. Honda's Pedrosa was in imposing form at the Mugello circuit, coming home four seconds ahead of championship leader Jorge Lorenzo. Stoner's Ducati team-mate Nicky Hayden crashed out early in the race.

When you talk to Grant Denyer, you

get a bit of everything. Today we

have got a little piece of history

as he takes us back to the Titanic

exhibition in Melbourne. Most of

those facts are made up but today,

I'm going to give you the real deal

because this is an his store ick story because this is an his store ick

story, we are going to tell. We are

sailing the Titanic sailing the Titanic because it's

such an extraordinary story to

remember. We are checking out

remember. We are checking out some of the real artifacts retrieved from

4 kilometres down, like that

porthole. There were 2,000 of

porthole. There were 2,000 of those on the ship. That's

on the ship. That's the real deal from the ship. She was not only the

world's biggest and most lux ur

just, it was one to remember, inDes trucktible they said.

The old captain Edward Smith, got

that wrong. Unfortunately, and

tragic story too for the captain,

Edward J Smith, he was actually

about to retire. He had actually had

retired but unfortunately, white

star who built the ship and ran the

ship, decided to bring him back for

just one last voyage.

just one last voyage. Just one more, so close. How sad, let's have a so close. How sad, let's have a look at the weather. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. The Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale now on. It has to be Beacon. Fresh, cold south-east winds will bring showers to the eastern Victoria and New South Wales coasts, easing later. A high will clear Tasmania and Victoria after a cold and foggy morning. The high will send mild easterlies over the interior.

A front and trough will spread cool showers across southern WA. Fine and 22 in Brisbane. Possible early shower tomorrow and Wednesday. Looking fine on Thursday. 17 with an afternoon shower expected in Sydney. Fine and mostly Sunny tomorrow and remaining that way for the rest of the week. Fine and 13 in Canberra. Early frost tomorrow and for the rest of the week. And fine with early frost on Saturday. Possible shower or two and 15 in Melbourne.

Mostly sunny tomorrow with showers continuing for the rest of the week. Mainly fine and 12 in Hobart. Fine and 15 tomorrow. Rain and wind on Wednesday. 12 and a few showers expected Thursday and Friday. Fine and 15 in Adelaide. Late shower and 17 tomorrow. Shower or two on Wednesday. Showers continuing and 17 on Thursday. 16 and mainly fine on Friday. Cloudy and 21 for Perth. Mostly sunny and 19 tomorrow.

Fine on Wednesday and Thursday. With a few showers developing on Friday. Sunny and 30 in Darwin. Dry tomorrow and the rest of the week

with a few clouds appearing on Friday.

Amazing display. They have recreated

many parts of the ship here. They

give you your own boarding card so

you adopt a character that was on

the ship at the time. I am Mr Thomas

Andrews. I was a chief designer Andrews. I was a chief designer who

went on the ship hoping to discover

any future flaw that is they might

want to discover in future designs.

They found one, don't hit the big

white things. These are the cabins.

It cost you the equivalent of $ It cost you the equivalent of

$57,000 to travel as a first class

traveller back then. As a third

class traveller, about $

class traveller, about $the00 but

look at this. Completely recreated

the grand staircase, just for this

the grand staircase, just for this exhibition here at the Melbourne

Museum. It is sensational, the grand

beauty sur reeufs. Sort of It is

gorgeous. Fantastic. You will

gorgeous. Fantastic. You will need to ask Nelson who he was, remember

he reckon hes what a passenger on

the Titanic. Yes, we will check in

with him. Thank you, Grant. We are

getting reports that a security

getting reports that a security guard has been shot and wounded

during the hold up of a Sydney van.

That happened in Sydney's CBD, we

That happened in Sydney's CBD, - we

will let you know how the security

guard is doing. We will have more

details at 7. Joke of the day,

brought to you by TiVo. brought to you by TiVo..

This one comes from Lauren. One day

3 women, a blonde, a red head and a

brunette, died. They went to Heaven,

they were greeted guy God. He said

before any of you can enter the

gates of Heaven you must survive 100

steps up to Heaven. Each step I tell

steps up to Heaven. Each step I tell a joke, if you laugh, you go to

hell. They all filed, he told a

bruck the brunette laughed

immediately so God sent her to hell.

He kept telling jokes the red head,

cracked and laughed. Straight to

hell. They kept climbing up towards

the end and the blonde still hadn't

cracked at all. They got to the 99th

step and she

step and she laughed and God said, " step and she laughed and God said,

"I didn't even tell a joke" she "I didn't even tell a joke" she said "I didn't even tell a joke" she said

"I just got the first one"

A TiVo is coming your way. Send in

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in. Blonde jokes will always get a

laugh. Ahead on Sunrise - is there a simple secret to every hit song? An Aussie group reckons they've found it

so you be the judge later in the show. And in a moment, Red Bull pilot Matt Hall on his close call. He'll join us live after the break. Also, is getting angry good for you?

You can not be serious! It worked for John McEnroe! Find out how it can work for you when Sunrise continues.

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Sam Stosur is known for her level-headedness on the court. But other tennis players have become famous for their dummy spits.

Didn't you see anything? That cost

me the dam set. Finally a game. It

could have cost him the match if the

umpire had heard everything the

microphone picked up. (BLEEP) microphone picked up. (BLEEP).

(BLEEP). A lot of (BLEEP)

(BLEEP). A lot of (BLEEP)ing going

on there, that was 80s bad boy, John

McEnroe. We have got somed McEnroe. We have got some good news for New research has found that getting angry can actually be good for your health. To tell us more is Dr Ginni Mansberg. Good Morning. What is this new research saying? him. OK, so two things,

OK, so two things, first of all, as

far as your brain goes, you know, we

do know that your frontal lobe

control all you're

control all you're motions and the right half of your brain controls

all the negative emotion, the

sadness and mystery. The left side

is up for your happiness and getting

rangry, we have now done

rangry, we have now done a study sha

that shows that the left half gets

stimulated when you are angry. So it's

it's good for you. It's a good

feeling. Not only that, we have now found in

found in terms of heart disease, we

thought angry people were about to

have a heart attack or a stroke.

It's not getting angry is the

problem, it's keeping it all in

that's the problem. John McEnroe, he

just had it nailed. But

just had it nailed. But obviously you have to be careful where and

how, doing it up stairs, you will

get sacked.

get sacked. How are some good ways

to get the anger out? to get the anger out?. I personally

going for a good run and

going for a good run and sweating it

out is a fantastic way to go. You

can talk it out if that's your style

or you conversationalist even to

some music. Having a good laugh. Who

can watch a Steve Martin movie and

stay angry, crying or yelling, just

choose your place, choose your time.

So a good yell is not a bad So a good yell is not a bad thing.

You are not supressing it. Some

people are rangier than others. Is

it just that some people are hot

heated Nature and nurture argument

again. All of us who have got kids,

have seen kids raced in the same

house, some are really angry and

cranky all the time. We just don't

know how much is nature and how much is nurture. We

is nurture. We have all seen it. There you go,

There you go, everybody, let it out.

Good to talk to you, Ginni. Thank

you, Melbourne is Do you feel

better. I fell much better I am all

in balance, my frontal lobe is in Australian stunt pilot Matt Hall has come close to disaster at the Red Bull World Championship in Canada. His plane's wing and wheel clipped the surface of the water during qualifying. Matt managed to make it safely back to the landing strip but damage to his plane ruled him out of the latest round. Matt joins us now from Windsor in Canada. How close were you from disaster? balance.

That was as about as close as I That was as about as close as I want

to get. It all happened very

quickly. All I could do is try and

minimise the impact damage and get

the plane away so I could land it.

So, it was - wasn't a fun thing to

be involved in. What happened? Was

it just a matter of misjudgement?

Had you forgotten to have your

coffee in the morning or what? There

were a couple of things leading

were a couple of things leading up to it that it really just came down

to my management of the aircraft at

that particular split second. I

ended up on a bit of a wrong line

going into that particular corner. I

pretty much just tried to force the

air Federal air pretty much just tried to force the

aircraft in position, it's kind of

like losing your grip in a car and like losing your grip in a car and I managed to go into the pits. That's

the equivalent of it. Operator

error. I

error. I - I over corrected a little

bit too much What about family and

friends when they were watching?

They would have been terrified,

weren't they Yeah, my wife in the

stand, so was my dad and my son. So,

initially when it happened,

initially when it happened, there was not a lot of thought going on

about anything, just trying to keep

the aircraft in the air or away from

the water as much as the water as much as possible. But

then, very soon after that, when I

was getting - trying to figure out

if the plane was still going to fly,

I was sitting about my wife

I was sitting about my wife sitting in the grandstand thinking about how

she was wondering at that particular

time. Every one is fine now. We are

glad you are fine through that. It

just shows you how hair raising what

you do is. Hopefully you will be

right. Repairs done, New York in 2

weeks, so good

weeks, so good luck with that. Thank

you very much. We are all on track

for New York. So it's a matter of me

getting my brain back in gear. And

changing your duds I would reckon.

Thank you for that. See you. Just ahead - we'll take you live to WA as a new mainland detention centre prepares to receive asylum seekers. And soon, we'll put our first contender in the Cash Cube. How much money can she grab? Also coming up - a battlefield uncovered on the Kokoda Track. Find out what the find means for Australia on Sunrise.

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go. It will be very, very exciting. The Sunrise Showbiz Report brought to you by 'New Idea'. For all the latest celebrity news and more. Showbiz editor Nelson Aspen is in Hollywood. And Sandra Bullock has made her first public appearance since her split with Jesse James. Nelson, how did she fare?

Well, she is surprised us. We

thought tonight was going to be her

first public appearance at the MTV

movie awards. Last night she turned

up at something called the guy's

choice awards. To accept an award on

behalf of the troops, members of the

military elected her entertainer of

the year. You see her acceptsing the award. She said

award. She said something in her

very usual self he have saysing

aword or because of the spectacular I aword or because of the spectacular

ie D that bim my personal life. I

would do it over again if it was to

entertain our troops who deserve

something much more than some

actress in a tight dress talking

about herself. Everybody loves her.

She is just a very cool chick, isn't she? Good

she? Good on her. Absolutely.

she? Good on her. Absolutely. Now Jennifer Aniston might be

Jennifer Aniston might be saying good bye to Hollywood, really. Well,

no, no, this is how the rumours get

started. She did go at Oprah's

suggestion to look at some houses in

Maui as you do. She looked at some

beautiful ocean front properties and

some ranches and things like that.

Of course, news of that gets outnd x

Of course, news of that gets outnd x and it's like Jennifer is leaving

Hollywood, the pressures of her

doomed love life and her doomed

movie career. She is going to go to

Hawaii and start over in Hawaii. I

don't they so, why not have a second

house there, great idea. Why not.

You are looking at real estate, it's

as good a spot as any. Nelson, good

to talk to you, Aloha. I to talk to you, Aloha. I wish I had

a house in Hawaii. When one house

isn't enough. We are asking people what they think of the Rudd

Government and why they have fallen

so par in the follows Bill says it's

no single issue, it's the whole

breathtakingly picture, khying,

batts, the several faced Rudd. Lots

of people saying that. But conceal

says back off with the cooking and

the whingeing and let Labor do their

job. There is a bit of agro. Malcolm

says we were conned by the ultimate

con man and waking up

con man and waking up takes time. A

lot of people say it's not one

issue. The opposition in front. I

think we are talking about mining

tax and the asylum issue this

morning. Lots of people are

mentioning other things. mentioning other things. Insulation,

school buildings. Mining tax is a

good thing. There you go, I've said

it. Why? Because we are hearing so

many different stories The mining

companies are putting out so much

Palava, basically lies. You mean to

tell me that a mining company like

ex star ta said they are going to put on

put on hold a project. They are put

ago project on hold because they

think it might be too successful? Is

that what they are doing? Because

the super profits tax only comes in

when you make super profits, not

normal profits, they just pay normal

tax. So ex strata is saying, we

think this will be too successful

think this will be too successful so we will put it in moth you balls.

we will put it in moth you balls. So they are not increasing the tax just across the

across the board, only if they make

way above? It's our iron ore, our

coal, owned Xstrata is an American

xp, owned by all these foreigners,

if you make a huge wind

if you make a huge windfall, you've

got to spread it. Give it to small

business through a 2% cut in company

tax. Give it to all of tax. Give it to all of us by an increase in the superannuation guarantee, spread it out. I don't

see any problem. On a lot of people

saying, people don't you tax the

banks us, because it's our money,

doesn't that argument fall down. You

can switch banks. You can go to a

different bank. On other industries?

People are saying They pay more tax

than the miners at the moment. Then

the 38 million of our the 38 million of our taxpayer's

money that Mr Rudd is using to

advertise. Spoken like a Western Australia.

advertise. Spoken like a true Western Australia.. Kokoda killing field - the scene of a World War II battle, uncovered in the track's tough terrain. What's the significance of the find for Australia? Hard labour - could a young mum really have endured 20 days of contractions? We'll get a second opinion.

And big burger or big waste? An Aussie cafe makes a 95kg whopper and auctions it for charity. But could all that food be put to better use?

It's Monday 7 June 2010. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven.

From Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel.

Right now, it's time for the news of the day. A security guard has been shot during an armoured van robbery in central Sydney this morning. The incident happened a short time ago. Ambulance officers have taken the injured man to hospital. A police hunt is now on for the thieves. Two planes, carrying 90 asylum seekers from Christmas Island,

will land in the small West Australian town of Leonora later today. They'll live on the mainland while their refugee claims are processed. Seven News reporter Geof Parry is in Leonora.

Good morning, Geof. What are the details of today's mainland transfer?

Well, we are expect ago couple of

planes Australia said, carrying 90,

men, women and children, family

groups only coming here to land this afternoon.

afternoon. Probably about had 4

o'clock and a.30 is what we are

being told. They will will coming

here to this facility which is a

disused mining camp. They have been

working on this for the last several

days, moving in dongers, they are

the portable accommodation, moving

in mattresses and all the stuff that

they need to house these people. The

staff have already arrived. They are

probably you can see a couple probably you can see a couple of

them behind me, although they are

quite camera shy as immigration

staff tend to be. They expect

staff tend to be. They expect that they will be into n here this

afternoon, who knows how long they

will stay here in this town which is

about 800 kilometres east of Perth,

which makes it quite remote. Lots of

people wouldn't know exactly

people wouldn't know exactly where it is. How have the residents

reacted as well, Geoff? Well, they

are quite welcoming of the people

are quite welcoming of the people that they sort of see the economic

benefits and see the human

benefits and see the humanitarian

aspect of it as well. So, people who

are against those people - the

refugees or asylum seekers coming

here or in the minority I think from

what I've been told

what I've been told and from the people that I've spoken to. But, so

as I said, they see the economic

benefits, the human benefits, the humanitarian benefits and they

and they are quite accepting of the

people coming here. OK, thank

people coming here. OK, thank you very much Geof Parry reporting from Leonora there. A new poll has found the Rudd Government would lose power if an election was held now. The federal opposition has surged ahead in the latest Nielsen survey due to widespread opposition to the government's proposed mining tax. The poll shows the coalition has surged six points up,

the first time it's been higher than Labor in four years.

Kevin Rudd is still the preferred prime minister with voters cautious of Tony Abbott. The anti-Labor swing has favoured the Greens, doubling their support from the last election. A 23-year-old man has come forward after a hit-and-run in Sydney over the weekend that's left a man fighting for his life. 27-year-old Josh Perryman is in intensive care with a suspected fractured spine after being knocked down at Allambie Heights while crossing the road to get home. He's a good bloke, he's just started a business, you know, it's not good, not good at all. Police say late last night a man came forward to help with the investigation. A man is recovering in hospital

after being attacked by a shark while surfing.

The shark bumped the man off his board

at an isolated beach near Walpole on the state's south coast. He was bitten on the leg near his knee and has had surgery at Albany Hospital. It's not clear what type of shark was involved but great whites are common in the area. Well, you are talking about the south coast here and there are sharks out there all the time - the guys don't expect to get bitten. The man's injuries are not life-threatening. Jessica Watson has spent her first night in her own bed after tucking into a roast dinner at home on the Sunshine Coast. Thousands of people turned out to welcome the teen sailor after her epic 9-month round-the-world voyage when she sailed into the Mooloolaba River yesterday. I've got a book to finish, a documentary to work on with the team

and a bit of travelling would be beaut

and go from there.

Jess says she wants to tell her story to inspire young people.

She is certainly doing that, isn't she? In finance news:

A weaker jobs figure came out in the

US. Unemployment is the 9.

US. Unemployment is the 9.7% US. Unemployment is the 9.7%. Then n those

those crazy Hungarians came out and said "

said "our economy is looking dodgy.

The financial market said hey, you

are the last people who look dodgy.

You are not no our dodgy lift so

financial markets crashed around the

world, the hung Geyer ans came

world, the hung Geyer ans came out

and said no, we are only joking, we

are in good

are in good financial shape. It will be an ugly

be an ugly day on our markets today. Socceroos squad members broke down in tears when told the 4-year-old son of back-up goalkeeper Brad Jones had been diagnosed with leukaemia.

Jones left the team camp last night to be with his family. Seven News correspondent Adrian Brown is in Johannesburg.

This has been a sad weekend for the

Socceroos in more ways than one.

Last night, came the tragic news

that Brad Jones, the number 3

goalkeeper is having to return home because his young

because his young son has leukaemia.

Captain Lucas Neill said the news

have been keenly felt by all the

team, because they are a pamly. It

was devastating. It hit all the boys

for six. We wish Brad and his family

all the strength and luck that they

are going to need. Since the

Socceroos arrived in South Africa,

we have seen very little of Harry Kewell. He has

Kewell. He has this persistent groin

injury. He spoke to the media and

said that he was feeling fine. If

life was always on the up, you

wouldn't experience downs. It's

football, you can't complain, every

one goes through it and I am not one

to complain. I just get on with my

back. The President of Fif why, has

given his seal of approval to South

Africa's preparations for this World

Cup. He said that too Cup. He said that too often in the

past rkts Africa has been side lined

but that was no longer the case. It

was not just FIFA's World Cup, it

was Africa's too. Back to you. Collingwood has moved back into second spot on the AFL ladder after a 10-point win over the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium overnight. The Magpies booted 48 points clear in the third term but their lead was slashed in a frantic final quarter

as the Dogs kicked six straight goals to end the contest.

Anthony Watmough is in serious doubt for Origin 2 after injuring his groin in Manly's 22-6 loss to Brisbane yesterday. AFL-bound Bronco Israel Folau scored two tries and may be handed an unexpected lifeline by Queensland selectors. Serious doubts linger over Blues stars Jarryd Hayne and Luke Lewis who could be facing suspensions. Rafael Nadal has won his fifth French Open crown with an emphatic straight-sets win over Swede, Robin Soderling This morning Nadal triumphed 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 to take the title without dropping a set. The win returns the Spaniard to the world number one ranking. Let's check in with Grant.

He is at the Titanic museum, the travelling Roadshow of

travelling Roadshow of the Titanic x

Grant. As you know, the story of the

Titanic has been told and re told

countlessly but never as

passionately as the artifacts that

have been gathered for this

particular collection here

particular collection here at Melbourne Museum. Painstakingly

recovered from 4ks down, wonderfully

restored to extraordinary value.

Come and have a look at the first

class cabin. class cabin. 2.

class cabin. 2.5 grand, it would

have cost in the day, the equivalent of about $

of about $60,000. It was a very open

lant place. Quite roomy, they even

had hot and hot - bad day at sea

today, sorry about that. Hot and

cold water over there, as you

cold water over there, as you can see by some of the tap that is were

recovered. Look at the detail. They

have come all the way from the

bottom, wonderfully restored. They are

are in such good Nick. 2,000

artifacts. Here is an article of

clothing by one of the Stu wards

here that was recovered. His name

was Broom, A trkts hoL Frederik

Broom from the bottom of the ocean.

The newspapers, the collections are

detailed and open lent T really is

something special to be hold, you

have to get down here and check it

out if you are in Melbourne. out if you are in Melbourne. Let's

have a look at the forecast. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting.

The Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale now on. It has to be Beacon.

This is the contrast, this is third

class so they cram up to 10 people have cost you $

in one particular room, it would have cost you $900, most of them

were American immigrants moving in

and there were only two bath and there were only two bath tubs

for 700 third class passengers so, a

little different. They were English

though, weren't they? Good point,

don't need that, so we will scratch

that off the ticket price. Couldn't hurt themselves. hurt themselves.. The jungles of Papua New Guinea have given up an extraordinary war secret kept for almost 70 years. The location of the lost battlefield had remained a mystery, until now.

But last night, Seven's 'Sunday Night' program revealed that missing piece of Australian history. Mike Munro visited the site,

along the Kokoda Track at Eora Creek. It's where one of the fiercest battles of the Kokoda campaign was fought between Australian and Japanese soldiers. Here's part of last night's story. Kila Elave, one of the young village leaders,

has found something. His metal detector has led him to a Japanese helmet. And is there more in this site here? For many, many years, you and your village has kept this place a secret.

We didn't hunt here because of respect. Because of respect. Because of the war dead.

Yeah. Every few minutes, every few metres, there's proof of just how well entrenched the Japanese were. So, General, this is very typical. There's lots of ammunition and ordinance. In this one was another Japanese water bottle, Japanese helmet,

you know, some small arms ammunition in fired. And this mortar here and I think that's from one of the little knee mortars the Japanese used to use. There are five Australian soldiers who are still unaccounted for who helped take the Lost Battlefield. And historians have always believed that their remains would never be found. But this place is full of surprises.

On the second day of our search, we found this Australian helmet. But right next to it was a part of his rifle butt. So an Australian soldier probably died right here.

It's just incredible. And the man who discovered the Lost Battlefield of Kokoda joins me now, former army captain Brian Freeman.

Good morning. Can you describe to us what it was like when you first went onto the site?

I think for the first time, it's a

discovery. You don't really know

what you are going to find. We could

have found nothing, absolutely

nothing. But walking in there and

finding weapon pits and not just one

twor, the first time, 50 twor, the first time, 50 to 100,

weapon pits, now we believe well

over 200 weapon pits. Very moving. R How significant

How significant for it is for our history. It's the last piece of the

jigsaw puzzle. We had those big

battles chl this was the single

biggest battle over the Australian

advance over the Owen Stanley range.

It all comes together now. We know where the Australians

where the Australians had that big

battle. It was a Japanese hospital,

was it? Well, it's a significant

site for 2

site for 2 reasons, during the

Japanese advance, during August and

September, we think it was used for

a Japanese hospital and then

a Japanese hospital and then during the Australian advance, some 2

months later, it site became this

significant battle site. How many

Australians do you think we quo find there?

there? Well, there were 79 Australian there? Well, there were 79

Australians killed on the northern

side of the creek during that a

battle. 74 of them have been

recovered and taken back to the war

cemetery. Five have never been

found. How far off the track is it -

like, a, you tack me along

like, a, you tack me along the Kokoda Track. One of the amazing

things, is despite the weather, wet

seasons, you could still see the Foxxholes,

Foxxholes, you could see re live the

different battles and see it. Do you

think this will become a significant

site for Australians to visit. I

think it will become a significant

site. The actual battlefield itself,

the hospital locations about 2.

the hospital locations about 2.5

hours walk off the main track. So

it's - but it's about 1,000 square

metres the site itself. So it's a

very big site. So it will become significant. When you significant. When you see the fox

holes and the weapon pits in other

places, they don't have the

ammunitions and ordinance and

machine guns and weapon write lying

around. Like this site do. around. Like this site

around. Like this site does What has

been the reaction

been the reaction from the Australian Government and the

Japanese government to the

discovery. The Japanese have been

wonderful, very gracious. Very

grateful. They have been trying to

recover their war dead now for sometime. They do

sometime. They do have some limitations occasionally from land

owners which they don't have on this

occasion. We are helping them. The same with the Australian Government.

We haven't found any evidence of

Australian soldiers so it has been

reported and we followed the

protocols and prowesses. Good to see

you, of course, Brian who has got to

be the fittest bloke I have ever met

in my life is about to

in my life is about to set off on a

1200 kilometre, cycle, trek and swim

trying to raise money to pre serve

the site. How much are you traig to

raise? We are trying to raise a

significant amount of money so we

can turn this into a living mu seen.

We will do a link on our website.

We will do a link on our website. Go to the Sun Rice website. Mate, good

to see you. Here is Mel.

Identity fraud is one of the fastest-growing crimes with more than 500,000 Australian victims every year. But a new survey shows only 1-in-3 of us takes the necessary precautions to prevent it from happening. And with the annual cost to the community up to $3.5 billion, how can you avoid having your identity stolen? Chris Gration is an identity security expert. Good morning to you.

Now, we think of identity theft as mostly happening online. Is that the common method?

Well, in fact, the ratio is about 10

to 1, bricks and mortar identity

threat to on-line identity theft.

Most of it actually comes from dumpster diving, people

dumpster diving, people stealing your

your personal mail out of the

rubbish bin or worse still, breaking

into our mailbox and stealing your

personal details and thiefing your

credit. If they do that, break into

your letter box or bin, what are

they looking for and then how do

they use that information? They are

just looking for the names and

personal identifying details they

are going to get off your bills and

letters that people have sent you.

It actually happened to me a couple of

of years ago, someone just got into

the mailbox and stole personal

information and then used that to

report a credit card stolen,

directed it to their address and

then went off and bought a whole lot

of stuff. Left me with a Bill.

That's mainly what they are trying

to do, steal your credit card. We

have got some tips that you've got

for us to avoid having your identity

stolen, lock your letter box. stolen, lock your letter box. Get a

shredder. That's a good idea. Check

your credit file, and act quickly if

your wallet is stolen or

your wallet is stolen or lost. If

someone does steel your identity,

how difficult is it to get things

back to normal? How difficult is to

settle the all and convince the

banks that you are

banks that you are actually you.? It Can be quite difficult. One of the

things that the company that I work for does,

for does, we will actually assist

consumers, first of all to find out

if their identity has been stolen,

by checking their credit file. We

then assist them to prove that it

has been compromised with their credit

has been compromised with their

credit providers so they don't have

to foot the Bill. Once it has

happened, the restoration costs can

up you to about $

up you to about $800, according to up you to about $800, according to a US up you to about $800, according to a

US study so it's quite a bit of

money. I think one of the best

things that consumers can do is when

they know that their identity has

been compromised, act quickly. So,

either use a company like secure

identity to get their credit cards

reported loss or stolen and get on

to us to help us close it down and

restore your identity. Absolutely.

Do it quickly. It happened to us as

Do it quickly. It happened to us as well, our bank were fantastic as far

as getting it on to it quickly and

sorting it out for us. Chris, thank

you for the tips there. Talking sport, brought to you by BigPond sport. Now everyone can be online at the same time. Use of prescription drugs by sports stars is in the news. Jake Friend from the Sydney Roosters has been charged with illegal possession of valium.

Team-mate Todd Carney was also searched and released. The Roosters believe there's an innocent explanation but police are still investigating.

So are prescription drugs widely used in sport? Let's ask Jim Wilson and AFL great Tom Harley. Jim, how damaging are the allegations for the Roosters?

In particular with the two

individuals involved, I think

individuals involved, I think with Jake friend

Jake friend and Todd Carney, friend

was sacked by the Roosters. It was

given another I suppose thrown

given another I suppose thrown a life line by the Roosters. Carney is

the interesting one. Apparently,

this - he is saying that drug that

he had was tram dole which can I

suppose create or stimulate senses of ewe

of euphoria. I am sorry our biggest

problem has been ilicit drugs. We are

are trying to stamp them out, now we

have gone to prescription drugs.

There