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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Mining tax breakthrough.

to sign a late-night deal Julia Gillard flies into Canberra on the super profits tax. This morning on Sunrise -

the fine print live. the Prime Minister reveals Then, drill-free dentists. the end of fillings. The breakthrough that could mean And tween queen.

Live imitates art and art imitates

life. We will do an episode and

us. something like that will happen to

and her dad Billy Ray Fifi's on set with Miley Cyrus, for an exclusive chat. It's Friday 2 July 2010. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven.

Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel. Hello and thanks for joining us.

We know it's been cold but don't worry, the snow in The Plaza didn't fall overnight. It was put there overnight. More on that later.

Every one is well dressed for it as

well. I brought my gumboots in.

Beretts has the awful childrenness

of a bloke who is going on holidays.

Two weeks. We will miss you. the government and miners The frosty relations between have thawed overnight. They've reached agreement super profits tax. on changes to the controversial

Julia Gillard has done a backflip with a double pike. this morning. Here's Nat. The story leads our news Good morning. After two months of public fighting, with the mining companies the government has struck a deal

on the controversial super profits tax. Prime Minister Julia Gillard and senior ministers

finalised the agreement with resources bosses in Canberra last night. At one stage beer and champagne were delivered to the meeting room. The deal will allow companies to make 7% more profit before the tax is imposed and concessions will be given to existing mines. Ms Gillard will announce the details later this morning. The families of Jayant Patel's victims in the United States say the former surgeon's deadly practice should have been stopped there.

'Dr Death' was sentenced to seven years jail for killing three patients at Bundaberg Hospital but he could be out after 3.5 years. and harming another I'm still suffering - After five operations still waiting for care to be done. legal action in the United States Patel will likely face further in Brisbane. once his sentence is served Police are searching for four men in Sydney's south-west last night. after a terrifying home invasion with an axe and machettes, The men, believed to be armed house before midnight. forced their way into the Lumea Two men and two women were at home,

for a knife injury. a 25-year-old man is being treated He's in a critical condition in Liverpool Hospital. Investigations are continuing. Dr Mohamed Haneef, the cleared terror suspect, is suing a former Howard minister and the Australian government for lost income. Dr Haneef was arrested and detained in 2007 after being wrongly accused of involvement in a failed bomb plot in Britain. Dr Haneef is suing former immigration minister Kevin Andrews for defamation. His reputation has been trashed, his career severly interupted and his family life likewise dramatically affected. The doctor now works as a GP in Dubai. Perth-based accused war criminal Charles Zentai will find out today whether he'll be forced to go to Hungary to face court. living in Perth for 60 years. The frail 88-year-old has been a young Jewish man off a tram He's accused of pulling and killing him in World War II. that boy? JOURNALIST: You didn't kill I did not kill that boy. Of course not. I couldn't have. I wasn't there. to make a decision later today. The Federal Court is expected In finance news:

The Dow Jones has closed down 42. The Dow Jones has closed down 42.7,

worse than expected manufacturing,

housing and job figures dampened a

bit of enthusiasm. A whole lot worse

in Europe overnight. Aussie consumers are keeping a tight reign on spending. Annual growth in retail sales is just 1.2%, a 9-year low. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. Morning.

This is exactly what the Reserve

Bank wanted, for us to ease up on

our spending, cut our debt and be

conservative. I don't know if we are

going too far at the moment. You

look at the latest data and

whichever way you cut it, it looks

quite weak. If you look at non-food

spending, it's at an 18-month low.

Even the larger retailers which do

better than the smaller retailers

are seeing that sales are at 9-year

lows. Overall, what it suggests

lows. Overall, what it suggests is that the environment is not

conducive for spending. It's not

likely to change any time soon.

Retailers will continue to discount

in this environment. If you look at

the manufacturing gauge that came

out yesterday, it showed the average

selling price is sliding but wages

are rising. Those import prices are

rising. Profitability will be a

concern over the next couple of

months as well. So the Reserve Bank

effectively is on the interest rate

sidelines. Things are cooling

certainly across the board, as we

have seen overnight as well with the

manufacturing indexes overseas. The

US economy looks as though it's

recovery is stalling a bit too.

for sport. Savanth, have a good weekend. Time

its mid-season slump Carlton has arrested with a 55-point hammering of Brisbane at Etihad Stadium overnight. It's the Lions' fourth straight defeat. Eddie Betts was brilliant for the Blues, kicking five goals. And one of the Lions sent south in the Brendan Fevola trade, Lachie Henderson, made his old club pay.

COMMENTATOR: Gee, it looks mighty good. What a kick from Henderson. Round 14 continues tonight when the Western Bulldogs tackle Hawthorn. A brutal encounter is expected judging by what happened when they met in Round 3. Jarryd Hayne has broken from the Blues Origin camp to reassure Parramatta fans he isn't planning to walk out on the club. Hayne insists his relationship with Eels coach Daniel Anderson is not fractured. Round 17 of the NRL swings into action tonight taking on his old club Brisbane with Wests tiger star Lote Tuqiri at Suncorp Stadium. her sixthh Wimbledon singles final Serena Williams has powered into Czech Petra Kvitova this morning. with an impressive win over in straight sets 7-6, 6-2. The world number one progressed a heavy favourite Williams will enter the decider who ended the dream run against Vera Zvonareva Tsvetana Pironkova. of Bulgarian qualifier Zvonareva prevailed 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. at the fashions the V8 grid girls And here's a sneak peak will be wearing at this year's Gold Coast 600. The three different styles will be used at corporate events, pit lane and beach promotions.

Clearly it won't be as chilly in October when the event is on. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. The Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale is now on. It has to be Beacon.

They could go for a swim. They

might, it's the Gold Coast. A little late rain in Townsville. Mostly fine in Mackay. Rain developing in Rockhampton. A mostly wet day in Toowoomba. Rain periods developing in Brisbane. Showers clearing in Broken Hill. Fine with increasing cloud in Sydney. Mostly cloudy in Wollongong. A possible late shower in Canberra. Snow showers in Thredbo and -1. Showers in Mildura. Rain in Warrnambool. A shower or two in Melbourne. Mainly fine in Launceston. Fine in Hobart. Mount Gambier. Showers in in Adelaide. Mainly fine Ceduna. Showers in in Katherine. Cloudy periods with some wind about. Partly cloudy in Darwin Western Australia - And around in Albany. showers easing Morning showers in Perth. Partly cloudy in Geraldton. Mostly sunny in Broome. Sunny in Exmouth. Coming up - is Australia's love affair with the bush over? And then, the new procedure that could make tooth cavities disappear in a month. Zen Sensational. After the break, though, on set with Hannah Montana. Our exclusive chat with Miley Cyrus and her dad, Billy Ray, is next on Sunrise. lags behind technology leaders and it needs to change. and medical expertise. and work's already begun. than many of us experience today. and in ways we've only dreamed of. Network. Broadband The National affects you, out how it To find visit: at accorhotels.com Sunrise books online Enjoy a choice, enjoy your stay. a weekend stay Our friends at Accor are offering Palm Cove Resort, at the Novotel Rockford just north of Cairns. of the Great Barrier Reef. It's on the doorstep for couples and families And it's an ideal escape wanting to explore the tropics - and you can escape the winter cold. Best of all, the Novotel Rockford Palm Cove Resort is offering Sunrise viewers an exclusive rate of just $119 per night. Two adults and two children can stay in a superior room. But this exclusive offer is only available for the first 200 callers. To book, visit accorhotels.com.au/sunrise Or call 1800 606 704 and mention Sunrise.

I was scratching my eyelid because I

thought that graphic was going to

come on. Just as well it was only my eyelid. Miley Cyrus is one of the youngest superstars in the world. As well as her singing career, she's got a huge army of fans 'Hannah Montana'. because of her TV show, to catch up with Miley Fifi has just popped over to LA on the set of the show relationship and find out all about her with Aussie hunk Liam Hemsworth. And, while she was there, Billy Ray. she also got to chat to Miley's dad,

# I can't be tamed

# I a can't be

# I a can't be blamed. # becoming a hot young superstar. Musically, she's breaking free -

# I can't be, can't be, can't be tamed. # But this is where it all started, on the set of 'Hannah Montana'.

You and Hannah Montana are never

going to be together. Why not?

Because, I'm Hannah Montana. Me,

Miley. It must be strange for you in

that life imitating art thing. I

always say life imitates art and art

imitates life. There are times when

we do an episode and something

happens next week or vice rers a. Here, she's working with her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, who knows all too well the potential perils of fame.

Is it sometimes difficult to let her

be? You know what, you can only do

the best you can do, you know.

Everybody makes mistakes. I

Everybody makes mistakes. I happen to be really good at mistakes. A lot

of time I tell Miley watch what I do

and don't do that. That being said,

I'm always there if Miley wants to

talk or any of my kids want to talk. a bit protective But he's still clearly and didn't like me mentioning Liam Hemsworth. Miley's Aussie boyfriend,

to a chat about Liam Miley was a bit more receptive and her recent trip to Australia.

You went to somewhere at

You went to somewhere at the

of the year, one of my favourite You went to somewhere at the start

places I grew up in Australia,

Phillip Island. Yeah. I

people. When I got there, I thought Phillip Island. Yeah. I loved the

this is different to when you get to

LA X. Every one was so nice and

offering to help. It was cool to get

away. If you have been to Nashville,

but it's very much like Nashville

but by the sea.

# I can't be, I can't be tamed. #

. It's a bit raunchy for Talia to

see. Hannah Montana is fine but we

ban the music videos. She is only 6.

Doesn't Billy Ray look a bit of a

cool dude now. Let see if the

outside is as good as the inside.

Fifi will tell us later about her

chat with Miley and Billy Ray. Isn't

he very nice? You have to watch the

rest of Sunrise this morning. the verdict from Bundaberg Also on the way - seven year sentence. on Jayant Patel's

the credit card for babies. But next, You heard me. And, Gillard going viral.

Our new Prime Minister becomes a YouTube hit, when Sunrise continues.

# You can work all day and never

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# Got us into unblocks the nose Trust new Sudafed with Double Action.

What's Making News for Beacon Lighting. Save on thousands of items during

the Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale - on now. It has to be Beacon. Making news this morning, our new PM and her look-alike. You might remember the comedy sketch show 'Double Take'. It was on the Seven Network last year. The actress is Amanda Bishop. She's now in big demand, and this clip is now a big YouTube hit. When '9 to 9' was recorded last year, Julia Gillard was Kevin Rudd's deputy. And it's interesting to see the line in the song about getting the numbers to replace him. The real Julia Gillard is also making news, reaching a late-night compromise with mining companies on the super profits tax. The Prime Minister will outline the deal later this Sunrise.

She has asked the media to come

together at 8:

together at 8:30 this morning to

make the announcement. Miners will

pay a bit more, maybe $

pay a bit more, maybe $2 billion, $ pay a bit more, maybe $2 billion, $3

billion more in tax, not the 12 they

were asked to. The threshold for

when the super profits come in will

be from 6% to 12%

be from 6% to 12%. A bit of a

backflip, a bit of saving face. Nicely put. Also making news, the sentence imposed on Dr Jayant Patel. The former surgeon was jailed for seven years for the deaths of three patients and the serious injury of another. But he could be out of prison in 3.5. So is that enough for three counts of manslaughter? We'll seek comment later this Sunrise. And you can have your say in the meantime, by email or SMS.

A big topic of conversation. He is

the first doctor to be convicted of

manslaughter. Interesting in the

news, the US patients, he was in

trouble over there before he came to

Australia. They are now lining up

and saying he could be facing

charges in the US after he serves

his time in Brisbane. They are

saying he should have been stopped

before he even got here, too. Absolutely. Also making news, the baby teether shaped like a credit card. The mock card has the name 'Ima Spender' on it and it's being criticised. One financial counsellor says

it trivialises money problems facing many families. And a social commentator says children are being turned into mini-adults too soon.

So is it harmful or just a bit of fun.

It's a piece of pink plastic. Babies

tent know it's a credit card. Before

they stop chewing... It's an osmosis

type thing. They feel the little

credit card in their hands. It could

be a beb It card. If it's a debit

card, that's very different.

card, that's very different. It could be a driver's licence. Way too

young. They chew everything anyway.

They chew your phone, your keys.

Your real credit card. That

Your real credit card. That makes you think twice about what you let

them chew, doesn't it? You don't

have any choice. They pick up

whatever's on the floor. Their shoe.

The seat belt, you name it. Finally being clicked - the new survey that's found 98% of teens think their fathers are uncool. Yep, someone actually went to the trouble of researching this. Teens reckon their dad dresses like a dag, tells bad jokes and has terrible taste in music. And don't even start on the dancing! So is your dad a dag? Tell us why.

The dag questions thing your dad has

ever done. Tells you to lengthen

your skirt when you are going out

with a boyfriend. The way you greet

your boy friends, interrogation. A

headlock is par for the

headlock is par for the course. In

front of all your friends. Get real

homies. Drop me off at school in the

plumber's truck. A wicked, nice set

of wheels, shoes. Can't wait to hear

from you this morning. On the way - the procedure that could make a trip to the dentist far less painful. And, she won't be apples. Anger builds over a decision to let Chinese apples into Australia. But next, this morning's news and sport. And the latest on that cold snap, on Sunrise. lags behind technology leaders and it needs to change. and medical expertise. and work's already begun. than many of us experience today. and in ways we've only dreamed of. The National Broadband Network. To find out how it affects you, visit:

VOICEOVER: Monday on Sunrise - who can you trust. Do you watch Sunrise? Our sting reveals the strangers in the street who are not what they seem. Plus the 27-year-old virgin. Has she finally found love. Then, toad busting Top End style. Ah! Take the toad! Why backpackers are being recruited to wipe out a pest. And the big names keep coming - Ashton Kutcher, Joel Edgerton and Thirsty Merc live. Australia's number one breakfast show - Sunrise returns Monday from 6am. Shortly, what struggling country communities can do to revive their dying towns. And later, did the man dubbed 'Dr Death' get off lightly with his 7-year sentence? Right now, though, it's over to Nat for the 6:30 update. Good morning. Julia Gillard will today unveil a breakthrough deal in the government's 2-month stoush with the big mining companies. Political reporter Andrew Greene has the latest. After weeks of fierce and often very colourful debate Labor has finally clinched a deal over its contentious resources super profits tax. Now, overnight the Prime Minister returned to Canberra to sign-off on the agreement struck with the country's biggest mining companies. Treasurer Wayne Swan and the Resources Minister have spent hours locked behind closed doors with representatives of BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Xstrata.

At one stage beer and wine were even delivered to the meeting room. But finally a compromise has emerged under which companies can make 7% more profit before this tax is applied. Concessions will also be given to existing mines and it's understood the headline 40% tax rate could also be lowered. Julia Gillard's now expected to officially announce this deal this morning but you can be sure the opposition will paint this as a major policy government backflip. And you'd have to say, that an election campaign now doesn't sound like it's very far away. It's back to you. An 18-year-old Melbourne man arrested during a dramatic police raid was refused bail late last night and will reappear in court this morning. Omar Chaouk faces eight firearms charges following his arrest in a dawn raid at his family's home in Melbourne's west. The raid comes after a string of violent incidents between two alleged Melbourne crime families. We've got a fair handle in relation to the criminal groups that we're looking at and the Santiago Task Force and the crime department will continue to conduct appropriate investigations, to curb what's been going on. Omar Chaouk;s brother and father have been released. Sydney Police believe a missing Estonian backpacker may have met with foul play. 28-year-old Pirjo Kukk had been camping on Cronulla beach. Suspicions were raised on Wednesday morning when her laptop and clothes were found on the sand. Air, land and sea searches have so far failed to find her. I guess it's just scary because Cronulla is just such a safe town. We all walk at night by ourselves back from the bars. Police also say Ms Kukk may have gone for a night swim in rough seas or she may have simply moved on. At least 35 people have been killed after suicide bombers attacked a Muslim shrine in Pakistan. The two blasts injured 175 people as they left the shrine in the city of Lahore. The shrine contains the tomb of a famous Sufi saint and is visited by more than 100,000 people each year. Britain's new Prime Minister, David Cameron, has been immortalised in wax. and is the latest addition to London's Madame Tussauds museum. The leader's wife, Samantha Cameron, says the resemblance was so uncanny even she had trouble telling the difference. It's amazing, isn't it? He looks very familiar. Mr Cameron's statue stands opposite US President Barack Obama.

Imagine your wife saying you look

like a wax dummy. Or she prefers the dummy. In finance news:

The global economic recovery could

be stalling. The European markets

took hefty falls. That was after

Chinese manufacturing growth figures

started to slow and then in the US,

worse than expected manufacturing,

housing and jobs figures came out. And while we're talking business, if you run a small business you should check this out. It's the National Small Business Summit, it's like a boot camp for small business operators I'll be there, along with 30 small business experts and there'll be advice on everything from marketing to IT and managing cash flow. So give yourself a day out of the office to work on your business. It's on next Thursday in Brisbane. All the details are on the Sunrise website.

See you there. Time for sport. Sunrise World Cup updates brought to you by Beaurepaires - who you turn to for tyres. World Cup favourites Brazil will be without star playmaker Elano for tomorrow morning's blockbuster quarterfinal clash against the Netherlands in Port Elizabeth. The 29-year-old has been ruled out because of bone bruising in his ankle. Brazil coach Dunga admits he's wary of Dutch veteran Arjen Robben. In tomorrow's other match, Uruguay will be out to end Africa's participation in the tournament when they clash with Ghana. Carlton has stormed back into top four contention with a 55-point thumping of Brisbane at Etihad Stadium. did it tough in the coaches box Injured Lions skipper Jonathan Brown as the Blues surged to victory from Eddie Betts. on the back of a 5-goal haul Round 14 continues tonight with Hawthorn at the MCG. when the Western Bulldogs clash has drafted Gerard Beale Brisbane coach Ivan Henjak into a reshuffled back line Wests Tigers at Suncorp Stadium. for tonight's clash with the Ben Teo will start in the back row succumbed to a knee injury after Langi Setu first game against the club It's Tigers' winger Lote Tuqiri's that made him a household name. he's fully fit and ready to fire Aussie cycling star Cadel Evans says of the Tour de France. in tomorrow night's opening stage rrived in Rotterdam overnight The 2-time tour runner-up a

will give him enough support and is convinced his new BMC team to contend for overall honours. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. The Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale now on. It has to be Beacon. A trough is maintaining cold air over Tasmania, Victoria and southern parts of South Australia and New South Wales. A high is clearing southern WA as a front brings showers to the south-west. Rain periods developing in Brisbane. Mostly fine over the weekend and Monday. Showers on Tuesday. in Sydney. Fine with increasing cloud Chance of a shower on Monday. Fine over the weekend. Clearing on Tuesday. A possible late shower in Canberra. and continuing until Monday. Sunshine over the weekend Partly cloudy on Tuesday. Afternoon showers tomorrow. Showers in Melbourne. Becoming cloudy on Sunday. at the start of next week. Mostly sunny Showers tomorrow. Fine in Hobart. Fine at the start of next week. Mainly fine on Sunday.

Partly cloudy over the weekend. Mainly fine in Adelaide. with some cloud on Tuesday. Mainly fine on Monday Partly cloudy tomorrow. Morning showers in Perth. Mostly sunny on Sunday and the start of next week. Partly cloudy with some wind in Darwin. Mostly sunny over the weekend and on Monday. A few showers then clearing during the evening on Tuesday.

Joke of the Day. Of course some states already on school holidays.

Others start their school hole days

today. Hope you enjoy them all,

parents. Hope you survive them. This

is one for the kiddies. Did you hear

about the two baked beans hitch

hiking? They ended up in cans. That

was from Dallas. Her email address

is puddin head. A Kochie's joke book

is coming your way. with the drill at the dentist. Shortly - the gel that could do away a fresh financial start. And later, 10 tips to help you make

It's been great all week, I love

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It's pretty, the lights are sparkling. Australians have long had a love affair with the outback.

But droughts, floods and growing financial pressures have left many farming communities struggling. That means communities are often propped up with money from city folk. And that has some people asking fight its own battle for survival. whether the bush should be left to But is that the answer? Mark McCrindle Joining us is social demographer

and farmer Rachael Treasure. was struggling Rachael, your home town of Levendale with a unique solution. but you came up Remind us what you did.

ID I'm a creative girl, I'm an

author. I like happy endings in my

November he wills that I write. I

had a dream that if we maybe rented

out our tumbled down cottage for $ out our tumbled down cottage for $1

a week, we could get a family

there to boost the numbers at our a week, we could get a family in

little school which is crucial to

the heart of our little district of

Levendale. We have only got a school

and a hall there. We were struggling

with drought, we were struggling

with corporation tree company

buy-outs and families were leaving

our district. The rush of attention

that this little house gave us, it

was international attention, it gave

people a sense that there are

people a sense that there are houses out there, communities out there

that will sustain your children,

your family, your values. What sort

of a difference did it make to your

community? How is everybody placed

now? It was major. We had a series

of brain storming meetings in the

hall. We came up with all sorts of

strategies. We just scratched the

surface of what is happening in

terms of new enterprise. The school

is secure. The kids, the family

environment that we provide for our

children is invaluable and it's

extended not out only from the

school but right through to all our

agricultural systems. We are looking

at sustainability issues, the new

enterprises include wool blend Jiao

Dan purchases, horse businesses.

That's fantastic. It's been a

journey and been a community effort

right from the start. Mark, we don't

want our bush cultures to go away.

Are ideas like this good or are they

misplaced? It's spot on, showing the

creatist and innovation coming

of the bush. We can't rely on the creatist and innovation coming out

old heritage because one of us

weren't born here, we are

multicultural. Two-thirds of us

on the capital cities on the coast. multicultural. Two-thirds of us live

So that old connection with the bush

isn't so much there. We have to once

again show that the bush is the food

bowl of Australia, the rural towns

are an economic power house for the

country. We have to encourage

Aussies to get to the bush rather

than have a historical question. The

question is should we be propping up

rural communities that are dying,

for want of a better word, Mark?

That is a hard message to sell. In

the suburbs of Australia people are

saying well hang on, we are doing it

tough as well. We have got

exceptional circumstances. We have

got mortgage stress and pain and we got mortgage stress and pain and we need

need infrastructure here. There is a

debate on both sides. The bush

certainly in the drought is looking

for funding. But the 9 or 10 Aussies

in an urban environment are also

saying we need it. It is having the

debate. It's chicken and egg. If you

build jobs and industry and

encourage industry in the bush, then

that attracts people away from the

city, who might be find tg tough

with mortgage stress and

what a great lifestyle for our kids with mortgage stress and finding

if we can move to the bush. It

almost sounds I'd Illic. Do you

think the pendulum will swing

think the pendulum will swing? What

Rachel is doing is spolt on. They

are saying we as a rural community

can come up with our own solutions.

It's not tax dollars propping up a

community, it's them taking

ownership of it. All the best,

Rachel, lovely to talk to you. Mark,

thanks for coming in. Australian apple growers fear they'll be buried by an avalanche of cheap foreign fruit. Authorities have given the OK to the importation of Chinese apples. Sunrise correspondent Nuala Hafner is at Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market. Good morning. What are the growers' concerns?

I thought we grew enough apples for

ourselves. Why on Earth has this

decision come through to let Chinese

through? It's part of an agreement.

We are allowed to send our apples to

China. They are not going to be

under any surveys. It's much harder

for these Chinese apples to come

here. Bio securities Australia says

it's not going to be a problem

we have been importing Chinese pears it's not going to be a problem that

for the last 11 years. The concern

is the market, the competition. The

Chinese apples will be lower because

of labour costs and regulation.

There is concerns with disease.

There is a fruit fly in China and

there are concerns that is going to

come with these apples. By owe

securities Australia says it only

targets soft fruits. They will be

inspected by quarantine. Also the

issue with the pears, farmers say

why don't we have more analysis,

wait for the Senate enquiry to be

finished. There are risks it could

$ be mutating. It is a huge industry,

be mutating. It is a huge industry,

$400 million, with 11% come

$400 million, with 11% coming out of

Tassie. What are the sellers at the

markets saying? Are they concerned?

As far as us being consumers, is

there going to be a major difference

in price or a few cents cheaper?

don't know yet. They will be on the in price or a few cents cheaper? We

shelves in November. They will be

clearly marked "

clearly marked "From China. I love

these guys, they are up as early as

we are. What do you think about the

Chinese imports? Look, we got the

best apple in Australia. Look at it.

Pink Lady. Where are they from,

Victoria? All Victorian apples. We

have got enough apples here. Why do

we need to import now. Try one of

these and you can't get better than

this. I think I'm going to leave

here with about five kilos of apples

by the end of the day. A taste test.

That's a good apple. That is a great

apple. You hear the crunch. We got

better apple in the whole world.

better apple in the whole world. He is a good salesman. I will take the

lot. We will leave you to it. He is

watching Sunrise. I didn't do that.

We walked up and he has the

television on. They look so good.

Australia, not Chinese. We are have

got inspectors up to the farm to see

how they grow the things up there.

As Nuala said, you vote with your

feet. You make the decision to buy locally grown. After the break, this morning's news, sport and weather together. Also, the scientific breakthrough that could mean an end to tooth fillings. And, seven years for Queensland's 'Dr Death'. So did Jayant Patel get off too lightly? We'll seek reaction, when Sunrise continues. Slight bladder weakness isn't so serious with the confidence of Tena liners. Feel free to laugh with Tena. (CRUNCH! CRUNCH! CRUNCH!) MAN: We open on a Melbourne woman in the garden of a lovely home. She has received a promise that a banker will actually call her back. (PHONE RINGS) The phone rings dramatically. Understandably, the call froze her into deep shock. (GATE CREAKS) Commonwealth Bank employees rush to her aid, providing proof we'll return calls when we say we will. Promise. Maybe that's why we have more satisfied customers than any bank in Australia. A neighbour, who hasn't enjoyed such service from her bank, would like to. Service that pleases and possibly astonishes. Just another day in the garden. 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.

Happy birthday. I just thought

Happy birthday. I just thought I would be very excited. We will have

a cake in your honour later on.

Please do, no scones. And the latest 'Twilight' film has hit the box office. Are fans impressed?

You would never know there was a

recession when you look at these box

office tallies. The Twilight saga

'Eclipse' has shattered another box

office record. The best opening on a

Wednesday here in the States. $

Wednesday here in the States. $81

million, really remarkable. It also

broke the record for the best

showing at a midnight screening, taking in over $ taking in over $30 million,

eclipsing 'new moon's' take of $

eclipsing 'new moon's' take of $26

million. Looking at the clip of

Taylor Lautner, that young man lives

at home with his folks and does

chores and goes out to

chores and goes out to the red

carpet and goes home and washes the

dishes and cuts the lawn. Isn't he

like 17 or something? I think he's

18. He is stashing away his

millions. Moving on, and fans are getting extra close to Kim Kardashian. What's she up to?

Kim Kardashian, wax figure. Sounds

redundant, doesn't it? Madam

Tussauds - they have unveiled. Which

is which? I think the one on the

left is the real one. I'm looking at

the cleavage to determine that.

Madam Tussauds has unkhaold this and

Kim has been tweeting about it for

days. She is very excited. I

days. She is very excited. I think you were talking about the new

British Prime Minister and Barack

Obama in London. Here in the

Obama in London. Here in the States we have Miley Cyrus and Brittany

Spears and now Kim Kardashian. It

makes me want to jump on a plane to

the UK. Or light a match. You have a

happy birthday. Have a great day.

What is planned? I'm going to jump

on a plane and go to New York and

have a party there. The cake's in

the oven already. Have a the oven already. Have a lovely

time. Georgie and Brie lined up last

night. They like the original the

best but this is better than new

moon. The second book was the

slowest for me. Because it was

funny, more funny bits in the book,

it's less depressing than the last

one. They really liked it. The

characters seemed a bit more

beautiful. Only girls would say

that. Also later on we will

that. Also later on we will be talking about the evolution of the

vampire. I grew up with an rice.

What is happening on the soapbox.

Daggy dads. Most teenagers think

their dag is daggy. When Isabelle said "

said "When I was young my dad would

pick us up after a dance. But he

would come in on to the dance floor

in his PJs and slippers and stand

beside us waiting for the dance to finish. beside us waiting for the dance to

finish." That is lame. Imagine that.

Whoever Isabelle's dad is, that is

cruel. Nicole says "

cruel. Nicole says "Our dad has a

few drinks and does the sprinkler

dance. He think that as's cool." dance. He think that as's cool.".

Another one, "

Another one, "My father has a dating

questionnaire and lastly he will

take them outside to the shed and

have a manually talk. In the end I

love him, he's a big daddy's girl"

love him, he's a big daddy's girl".

That is not daggy, that's being

responsible. Send them in to us,

daggy dad stories. Mining tax breakthrough.

Julia Gillard flies into Canberra to sign a late-night deal on the super profits tax. This morning on Sunrise,

the Prime Minister reveals the fine print, live. Then, drill-free dentists. The breakthrough that could mean the end of fillings. And, tween queen. Live imitates art and art imitates life. There's times where we'll do an episode and then the next week something like that will happen to us. Fifi's on set with Miley Cyrus and her dad, Billy Ray, for an exclusive chat. It's Friday 2 July 2010. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel.

If you've just tuned in, thanks for joining us for breakfast. Right now it's time for the news of the day. Good morning. A federal election could be imminent after Julia Gillard reached a deal with resources bosses last night. It's understood companies will be able to make 7% more profit before the tax is applied and that concessions will be given to existing mines.

At one stage late last night, wine and champagne were wheeled in to the negotiation room. Ms Gillard will announce the details this morning before the Australian share market opens. Convicted former surgeon Jayant Patel could walk free after serving 3.5 years in jail. The man dubbed 'Dr Death' was sentenced to seven years for each of three counts of manslaughter, plus 3.5 years for permanently injuring a patient. The sentences will be served concurrently, meaning his maximum time behind bars is seven years. Former patients' reactions to the sentence have been mixed. It doesn't matter whether he gets 2, 20 or 30 years - the fact is, he's guilty. It should've been life, life, life, life. So that his life is gone like the patients he's helped along the way to the heavens.

Patel spent last night at the Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre at Wacol. Police are searching for four men after a terrifying home invasion in Sydney's south-west last night. The men, believed to be armed with an axe and machetes, forced their way into the Lumea house before midnight.

Two men and two women were at home - a 25-year-old man is being treated for a knife injury. He's in a critical condition in Liverpool Hospital. A Melbourne home has been targetted in a drive-by shooting. One bullet penetrated the front lounge room window where four people were watching TV. The second shot was fired into the garage door. An 18-year-old Melbourne man arrested during a dramatic police raid was refused bail late last night and will reappear in court this morning. Omar Chaouk faces eight firearms charges

following his arrest in a dawn raid at his family's home in Melbourne's west. The raid comes after a string of violent incidents between two alleged Melbourne crime families. We've got a fair handle in relation to the criminal groups that we're looking at and the Santiago Task Force and the crime department will continue to conduct appropriate investigations, to curb what's been going on. Omar Chaouk's brother and father have been released. Police have charged a Sydney man with breaking into the home of former boxing champion Jeff Fenech. Police released CCTV vision of the alleged thief last week. He's accused of entering the house while the 3-time world champ and his family were asleep upstairs. Cash, credit cards and jewellery were stolen. The 35-year-old man has been refused bail and will appear in court today. The family of American Jaycee Dugard, who was kidnapped and held captive for 18 years, has been awarded a $24 million settlement. Jaycee was snatched when she was 12 and held captive by Phillip Garrido and forced to have his two children. Parole officers regularly visited the known sex offender's house

but failed to spot Jaycee. The Dugard family filed claims in February saying police didn't do their job properly. In finance news: Concerns that the

Concerns that the global economic

recovery is stalling pushed overseas

markets down overnight. It started

in Europe who reacted unfavourably

to figures showing the Chinese

manufacturing growth was slowing.

Then in the United States, some

housing, jobs and manufacturing

figures there were lower than

expected. That spooked the market a

little bit, although the Dow Jones

index did finish a whole lot better

than it was earlier in the trading

session, down 4 points. To our

region yesterday, a tough day on the market. Time for sport. Carlton has arrested its mid-season slump with a 55-point hammering of Brisbane at Etihad Stadium overnight. It's the Lions' fourth straight defeat.

Eddie Betts was brilliant for the Blues, kicking five goals, and one of the Lions sent south in the Brendan Fevola trade, Lachie Henderson, made his old club pay.

COMMENTATOR: Gee it looks mighty

good. What a kick from Henderson. Round 14 continues tonight when the Western Bulldogs tackle Hawthorn. A brutal encounter is expected, judging by what happened when they met in Round 3. Jarryd Hayne has broken from the Blues' Origin camp to reassure Parramatta fans he isn't planning to walk out on the club. Hayne insists his relationship with Eels coach Daniel Anderson is not fractured. Round 17 of the NRL swings into action tonight with Wests Tigers star Lote Tuqiri taking on his old club Brisbane

at Suncorp Stadium. Serena Williams has powered into her sixth Wimbledon singles final with an impressive win over Czech Petra Kvitova this morning. The world number one progressed in straight sets 7-6, 6-2. Williams will enter the decider a heavy favourite against Vera Zvonareva, who ended the dream run of Bulgarian qualifier Svetana Pironkova. Zvonareva prevailed 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Title favourite Brazil will get a stern test of its World Cup credentials in tomorrow morning's blockbuster quarterfinal encounter with the Netherlands. Brazil will be without key play maker Elano and are taking nothing for granted against an unbeaten Dutch outfit led by veteran forward Arjen Robben. Ghana can make history by becoming the first African nation to make the semifinals

if they can get past Uruguay in Johannesburg. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. The Beacon Lighting Stocktake Sale now on. It has to be Beacon. A little late rain in Townsville. Mostly fine in Mackay. Rain developing in Rockhampton. A mostly wet day in Toowoomba. Rain periods developing in Brisbane. Showers clearing in Broken Hill. Fine with increasing cloud in Sydney. Mostly cloudy in Wollongong. A possible late shower in Canberra. Snow showers in Thredbo and -1. Showers in Mildura. Rain in Warrnambool. A shower or two in Melbourne. Mainly fine in Launceston. Fine in Hobart. Showers in Mount Gambier. Mainly fine in Adelaide.

A special day for Les, the

A special day for Les, the curator at the Adelaide Oval. He is leaving

the job after 41 years. Showers in Ceduna. Cloudy periods in Katherine. Partly cloudy in Darwin with some wind about. And around Western Australia - showers easing in Albany. Morning showers in Perth. Partly cloudy in Geraldton. Mostly sunny in Broome. Sunny in Exmouth. Julia Gillard's late night deal with mining companies

on the super profits tax is front page news across the country. 'The Australian' says "PM's mining breakthrough". While the 'Sydney Morning Herald' says "PM salvages deal with big miners." The PM flew into Canberra last night to sign an agreement with miners. The breakthrough brings to an end two months of fighting between the government and resource giants. Julia Gillard will reveal the fine print at a news conference this morning. But Kochie what do we know about the deal? 'The Australian' says "PM's mining breakthrough". While the 'Sydney Morning Herald' says "PM salvages deal with big miners." The PM flew into Canberra last night to sign an agreement with miners. The breakthrough brings to an end two months of fighting between the government and resource giants. Julia Gillard will reveal the fine print

at a news conference this morning. But Kochie what do we know about the deal?

Basically what the deal is, remember

the super profits tax would have

kicked in above a 6% profit growth.

That threshold looks as though it

will be increase Todd 12%

will be increase Todd 12%. Existing

mines will have a watered down

version, so basically will be

quarantined from the super profits

test. It's likely that headline 40%

super profits tax rate will be

reduced as well. What it means is that $

that $12 billion they were hope to

go raise will drop down to $

go raise will drop down to $3

billion. A couple of implications.

Number one is - are the small

minimuming companies going to be

happy. This is being driven by Rio,

BHP and Xstrata. Two, remember the

super profits tax was going to under

the increase in super contributions for you and I

the increase in super contributions for you and I and every working

Australian from 9 to 12%

Australian from 9 to 12%. And also

cut company tax from 30 to 28%

cut company tax from 30 to 28%. Will

that still stay? Suddenly We are $ that still stay? Suddenly We are $9

billion short. Exactly. The PM has asked the media to assemble in Canberra at 8:30. We'll bring you her news conference live. There's been mixed reaction to the sentencing of the man dubbed 'Dr Death'. Jayant Patel has been ordered to serve seven years behind bars for killing three patients and maiming another. While some former patients are just glad the trial's over, others say the sentence isn't long enough. It should have been life, life, life, life on each charge so that his life is gone. So is the sentence too light? Joining us are criminal lawyer David Galbally and our Brisbane correspondent Michelle Tapper. Good morning to you both. David, what do you think of the sentence? Is it enough?

The sentence on each charge of

manslaughter, being seven years, is

probably within the range. But when

put together the three separate

incidents, the total sentence of

seven years is probably inadequate

and a bit light. It probably should

have been, in my view, 10 years with

a minimum Prebble of 5 years. The

maximum penalty was life in prison

meant. But I suppose this is the

first manslaughter charge against a

doctor, isn't it? Would that have

been weighing on the judge's mind a

lot, that hey, this is a real precedent we

precedent we have to build on from

here? I don't think that would have

been a major reason for his

sentence. What he would have done is

taken into account this is

manslaughter by criminal negligence.

That is the lower form - not a

deliberate death, but of killing

someone and the circumstances

surrounding it. What surprised me, there are

there are three separate

there are three separate incidents and there should have been a degree

of accumulation in terms of the

punishment for each of those

incidents. In other words, seven

years on one charge, seven years on

another but make one of those seven

years or two of those seven years

cumulative on the first sentence so

it's added on making a total of nine

or 10 years. Michelle, what happens from here? How soon could Patel be out?

Patil's lawyers have indicated they

will appeal this decision early next

week and applying for bail. If that

bail application is accepted,

bail application is accepted, Patel could be released from jail as early

as next week and he is free to roam

the streets until a Court of Appeal

decision is made, which could be

several months from now. Even if

that bail application is row jekd,

he could still be release from Yale

as early as 2013, when you consider

time already served as well as

parole. Only about 3.

parole. Only about 3.5 years he is

expected to serve in jail. There is

news out of the United States this

morning saying he could face charges

there for similar things that

happened in the US before he came

out here. Michelle, it's a terrible

thing that's happened here, but a

lot of it is down to our authorities not doing their homework to go into his background. What is being done to ensure this doesn't happen again? Well, Kochie, a lot of people are saying that not enough has been done and that includes the former Queensland Commissioner Tony Morris who launched What you have to remember about this gel is this is very much a science experiment. This is a gel they have developed in France and when they have placed it on cells that they have taken from teeth. They have found that the cells have laid down tooth-like structures. At the moment, it's still basically a lab dish. It's a long way from being applied in patients. We have got to do it on human models, before we - do animals before we can do human models. From a dental perspective, there are lots of questions. It seems to me it is only for deep cavities. Modern dentist industry is about not getting deep cavities. Most of us don't want to drill teeth. We prefer people looked after them. We know we can stop early

decay. One of the best products is

invented in Australia. It is derived

from milk. What is it? It's called

Toothmousese. We call it PACP. Let's

go with toothmousese. It go with toothmousese. It was

developed by the university of

Melbourne. It will help with a lot

of these cases of early tooth decay, it of these cases of early tooth decay,

it will stop the process. This is a

much better technique than perhaps

this French model which is for very

deep cavities. Is there stuff that

can come in the future. can come in the future. You sound

like you are watering down. Is

like you are watering down. Is there is a chance we can get excited one

day. It's a wonderful piece of

research. I'm sure it will lead to

something where we can rebuild teeth

so we don't have to fill them, we

can stimulate the cells in the body

to build tooth structure. This is

the starting point for this aspect

of dentistry and that of dentistry and that will make a

difference to dental treatment. I

wouldn't hold your breath it will

come around next year. But

prevention is better than cure?

Without doubt. Brush, floss,

fluoride and keep them there as long

as you can. Thank you for your time. Now here's Beretts. Talking sport. Brought to you by Telstra T-Hub - the future in a phone.

Carlton has beaten an under-strength Brisbane in the opening game of the AFL's Round 14. The Lions were without injured forwards Jonathan Brown and Brendan Fevola. Fevola's also been at the centre of allegations surrounding his off-field behaviour. So, have his problems followed him north. Let's ask Jim Wilson and former Richmond player Matthew Richardson. Matt, the allegations include a binge drinking session earlier in the season in Melbourne and also an incident at a barbeque hosted by team-mate Brown. How much do you think is true?

I think it's pretty ubiquitous

substantiated. Jonathan Brown came

out and said it was rubbish. I

respect Jonathan Brown, if he

respect Jonathan Brown, if he said that is what happened, I would

believe him. Jim, do you think the Lions will be reviewing the decision to sign Fevola?

The experiment hasn't worked. I

think Michael Voss put everything on

the line and rolled the dice. He had

to leave Carlton. I think he is an

outstanding talent. We saw last

night, Betts and Yarin, life goes on

after Fev. I think Fev still has

major issues. As far as the barbecue

goes, they are unsubstantiated but

the rumours won't go away. Michael

Voss rolled the dice here. It was

always going to be a risk. He is an

outstanding talent and he comes with

baggage. They have lost four in a

row and they are in real strife.

row and they are in real strife. The

rumours are damaging in themselves,

even if they are not true.

even if they are not true. For Jonathan Brown, who is the Jonathan Brown, who is the spiritual

leader who carries himself so well,

for him to be answering these, even

have to go on national television on

Wednesday night to answer the

rumours about the barbecue, he

doesn't need that. He has an ab aal

injury. Fev hasn't worked in

Brisbane. It's a massive blow. Voss

got rid of Bradshaw. Bradshaw has

had youry problems but he is a good

had youry problems but he is a good club man and gone and taken on Fev.

Richo, how do you get these two

firing or can't you? They were

starting at the start of the season,

Brown and Fevola. Fev still kicks

over three goals a game. Both of

them are carrying r injuries. Let's

not judge Fev too early. People like

not judge Fev too early. People like to make allegations get them back

out there and see if they can regain

the form from the start of the year

and reassess it at the start of the

season. It's gone south. It's all

very well to say it was working. He

is not good for the culture of the

place? I don't agree. I think they

were playing well pe when they are

fit. They are both injured. Fev creates a

creates a lot of headlines. A lot of

it is not his doing. This barbecue

thing, I don't know where it comes

from. We will leave that for a second. Also today, new figures from the Sports Commission show in the past three years the AFL has signed up more members in New South Wales than rugby leauge.

That is pretty promising for the franchise.

franchise. At Auskick, they have

nailed it. The AFL has the model

right. It's the model that every

football code should follow. Soccer

is making inroads as well. Rugby

League is still number one in

Queensland and New South Wales. It's

still the heartland. But they are

promising signs for the AFL. The AFL

continues to say there are two

million people in the western

suburbs of Sydney they can tap into. We will have

We will have to see how it unfolds.

They won't die wondering, they are

throwing everything at GWS. What is

your take on the Greater Western

Sydney side, do you see it as a

winner? It will take a lot longer

than the Gold Coast. As the AFL

said, there is a huge amount of

people out in Western Sydney.

people out in Western Sydney. If they can capture a small percentage

of that, they will be on the right

path. It's clearly an area the AFL

needs to make growth in. I think it

will take time but can work in the future. Cricket Australia will re-consider its nomination of John Howard for president-elect of the International Cricket Council

Do we cut it loose now? We have no

choose. India control the whole

thing. They don't want a strong

personality like John Howard. He

took the right stance as far as

Robert Mugabe but it is now coming

back to haunt him. Basically India

don't want him there. It's black

versus white. He has only got

England, New Zealand and Australia

supporting him. With the August 31

deadline, think John Howard's

chances of ICC President are fading

fast. It can be tough being an

outsider to the game, Richo? Looking

at that delivery he bowled there,

that probably didn't help him.

Hasn't Jimmy done the job as

Carlton's number one fan. They did

play well last night. The little

fellows up forward and their

midfielders led by Chris Judd did

well. They need to beat the Doggies

next week. Are they a top four side,

Richo? They are not a top four Richo? They are not a top four side,

no. Right of reply. I love Richo but

you are off my Christmas card list

now. I don't know if they are top

four. But it was a great win last

night. 29 disposals Juddy. Are you

done. Betts five goals. If you're out and about this weekend, remember to get your favourite sport action on your compatible Telstra Next G mobile. Back to Kochie and Mel. Clutch

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This clip of Julia Gillard's look-alike is going viral this morning. You might remember the comedy sketch show 'Double Take'. It was on the Seven Network last year. The actress is Amanda Bishop. She's now in big demand and she's now a YouTube sensation. When 'Nine to Nine' was recorded last year, Julia Gillard was Kevin Rudd's deputy. Amanda, or Julia as she was here, had a very good crystal ball.

We are talking about daggy dads. 8%

of all teenagers think their dads

are daggy. Wow, staggering. Don't

they think their mums are daggy? I

don't think they do. Mum's rule. Jenny says "

Jenny says "Whenever we have

Jenny says "Whenever we have to go out for a special occasion, we have to choose

to choose the outfit otherwise the safari suit comes out"

safari suit comes out". "

safari suit comes out". "When dad

had a few drinks he would sing at

the top of his voice dao, dao I want

to go home #

# Dao, Dao. # Do you Do you reckon all the dads here know

the daggy dad dance. Melanie says " the daggy dad dance. Melanie says

"When we were teenagers we were big

country practice fans. Our when

Molly died, my dad rang Channel 7 to

see if he could do the funeral. Miss

phone call was even mentioned in the phone call was even mentioned in the paper" phone call was even mentioned in the

paper". They all end with love you

dad. Dawn said "

dad. Dawn said "My husband greeted

the enthusiastic boyfriend at the

door with a shot gun and Rottweiller." door with a shot gun and

Rottweiller.". Then " Rottweiller.". Then "The daughter

got the ears pierced and the dad

said you have got a whole in your bum,

bum, why would you put them in your ears" bum, why would you put them in your

ears". Great advice. Kathy

ears". Great advice. Kathy will remember that for the his of her

life. Shortly, our special-access pass on the set of 'Hannah Montana'. And do we really need to import apples from China? And now, though, it's news time. Here's Nat. After two months of bitter fighting, the federal government has reached an agreement with mining bosses over the controversial super profits tax. Seven News political reporter Jodie Speers joins us with more from Parliament House.

Good morning Mark. Last night Julia

Gill