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(generated from captions) in its major shopping malls. The Australian city banning smoking now follow? So, will the rest of the country for smokers to light up? And will there be anywhere left both sides of the argument. This morning on Sunrise - we'll hear to win your vote. The pollies going off topic cuts through the spin Our All Star panel can really deliver. and explains what they with the Hollywood star. We're one on one this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's Kochie and Mel. Now, live from Brekky Central, Hello and thanks for joining us.

Morning! Morning. Looking forward to

hearing from Euan Macgregor later. I

wonder if he has an iPhone? on sale at some stores overnight. Version four of the gadget went Apple Stores open shortly. to get your iPhone 4? Did you queue in the dark Email or SMS us from your iPhone.

Did you? With your iPhone. Hasn't it

got problems? No. There was a

'MasterChef' lady. Marion. Dollar is

all of them. And Callum as well. It

was a bit over rated. What,

'MasterChef', or iPhones? Let's move

on. Overrated in a literal sense. No idea on. Overrated in a literal sense. No

idea what you talking about. Let's move on. has challenged Kevin Rudd Former Labor leader Mark Latham this week's damaging Cabinet leak to admit he was source of

had questioned paid parental leave which revealed Julia Gillard and a pension increase. when you're lying in bed at night I say, well, sound on the roof, and you hear the pitter-patter have to see the drops you don't actually to know that it's raining. leaking the information. Kevin Rudd has denied campaigning is drawing to a close The second week of election with Julia Gillard in Perth today is in Adelaide. while Liberal Leader Tony Abbott horror crash in Melbourne overnight. A man is fighting for life after a at Boronia, The car slammed into a power pole straight through the middle. the pole piercing the vehicle a house fire at a nearby property. The impact of the crash, sparked from the wreckage Rescue crews had to cut the driver before taking him to hospital. is not yet known. The cause of the accident missing for more than 12 hours, Three Melbourne children, have been found safe and well. around 7:30 last night A member of the public spotted them at Altona Beach from news reports. after recognising them Rashard Omaga It's believed 13-year-old ran away from home after an argument to join him. and convinced his younger sisters yesterday morning An alert was issued to show up at school. when the trio failed to a thick blanket of fog Sydney residents are waking up covering the city this morning. and mist in Sydney It's the second day of heavy fog yesterday. after the weather caused disruptions care and slow down on the roads Drivers are being warned to take due to the poor visibility. later in the morning. The fog should lift has shown his soft side US President Barack Obama on a daytime TV chat show. with an appearance spoke of his love for his family The President on 'The View'. as he chatted with the women the country's economy, He was grilled on unemployment and tabloid scandals. need anger management? Does Mel Gibson to the Afghanistan question? Umm, well, can we go back

Let me answer the Afghanistan

question. Look, I haven't seen a Mel

Gibson movie in a while. the recent Lindsay Lohan saga. He also admitted following on the streets After spending a chilly night have finally got their hands diehard technology fans on the latest iPhone. from the major telcos The phone was available at midnight and provided entertainment who threw parties was an event itself. to ensure the wait waited in line for 20 hours Sydney man Sam Dunster before finally being rewarded. I can't wait to try it out for it as well, it should be great. and also attempt developing

The Apple Store opens at 8:00.

If Mat the Cravat is getting one,

I'll be there. The Dow Jones closed

down 31 points overnight, despite

some companies missing their

earnings forecast and also some companies missing their earnings forecast and also

Reserve Bank governor, James earnings forecast and also federal

Bollards has warned about the effect

of deflation in America. In our

region yesterday, Japan fell, we

were a bit lastlustre, would be the

word for it. is concerned about inflation. The world's largest retailer to cut prices. Walmart is urging other companies Morning. Craig James is at CommSec. what does this mean for Aussies? Craig,

Our retailers seem to, the big

retailers seem to be almost in

constant sale mode add the moment?

Well, yes we have seen a lot of

sales over the last couple of months

and perhaps we will get used to it.

It will go right the way across the

board. Kellogg in the US said we are

seeing deflation in the cereal

sector, so that will perhaps get

cheaper in

cheaper in coming months. Nay are

saying we are seeing deflation and

we haven't seen it for 20 to 30

years, Colgate Palmovive came out

saying that. We say inflation is bad

but deflation must be good?

Consumers think it is good because

prices will get cheaper but

retailers say if we are not making

enough money we can't employ people.

Their profit is affected in terms of

the share market and then situations

like Japan, Bollrd in the US was

claiming getting into a Japanese

situation, Japan hasn't been growing

for 20-odd years. We don't want that

here in Australia. You don't want

high inflation but you don't want

deflation. Because the boss won't

make as much money and will start

cutting jobs. The good

cutting jobs. The good news is the

interest rates will stay low but it

may be the RBer rr will have

Reserve Bank will have to cut may be the RBer rr will have --

interest rates to stimulate

activity. Fascinating. Good luck,

good luck to your boys. Time for

Beretts in and sport in Wolloongong.

The rally has almost

first: The rally has almost finished but

Stadium's shifting surface tonight The spotlight will be back on Etihad to kick off the AFL's Round 18. when Essendon tackles St Kilda their third straight victory The Bombers are chasing against the Saints and welcome back versatile ruckman David Hill from a hamstring injury. In Perth, Fremantle coach Mark Harvey has compared Sunday's Western Derby against the Eagles to the battle being waged in the federal election campaign. Penrith's bid to end a 3-match losing streak has received a boost with Luke Walsh and Luke Lewis both back in action

for tonight's clash with North Queensland. The Cowboys travel to CUA Stadium on a high after downing Newcastle in golden point last weekend. At ANZ Stadium, South Sydney hooker Issac Luke

returns from a shoulder injury to take on the Bulldogs. The Wallabies will have a training hitout on the controversial Etihad Stadium surface this morning in preparation for tomorrow night's Bledisloe Cup showdown. Robbie Deans side is desperate to end a 7-test losing streak against the All Blacks.

Kiwi playmaker Dan Carter believes shutting down Wallabies half-back Will Genia will be the key to victory. Two legends of Australian horseracing - 3-time Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva and super-sire Lonhro will be mated together this spring. It's a match made in equine heaven with the resulting colt or filly expected to fetch up to $5 million if sold as a yearling.

That is tantalising. Speaking of

tantalising, the International Boat

Show is on, who else to be down

there but our nautical champion,

Grant Denyer. Boy, boat of the year?

Got it all down dollar. Is in Proud

to say we are going to open up with

an Australian gem, an Australian

boat called the Buizen, 2008 boat of

the year. It is one of the world's

great luxury cruising vessels. The

attention to detail, the man hours,

they only produce a few a year

they only produce a few a year but it is something extraordinary. I

like motors, sailing is not my game

and it sounds like hard work but it

is the kind of ves tool

is the kind of ves tool sail around

the world. The main mast needs to go

up, don't worry about pulling the

ropes like Captain Cook, hit the

button, up it goes. All

button, up it goes. All adjustments can be made on the helm. Wait until

you see the beauty on the helm when

we look at the forecast. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. Lamp sale is now on. For beautiful lamps it has to be Beacon. Showers with a possible storm in Toowoomba. Late showers in Brisbane with a possible storm. Patchy rain later in Newcastle. A fine day in Sydney with late showers. Snow showers in Thredbo. Showers and wind in Ballarat. Early fog with a late shower in Launceston. A few showers after midday in Adelaide.

They only make three per year, such

is the hand crafted detail. I

thought a sailing bout you are

cramped in with the tight confines,

the leather, the beautiful

the leather, the beautiful bathrooms it is like a five-star apartment in

Sydney. If the weather is bads you

can steer it from here, an

Australian company called Buizen,

and Steve Howell, a mate of yours M. and Steve Howell, a mate of yours

and Steve Howell, a mate of yours.

He has never taken me on one of his

boats. He has want? You should see

these beauties. Effortless sailing.

He won't put you to work. He offered

me tinies. They have stepped up. It

is impressive. Say G'day to him for me. Shortly - will the new iPhone sell despite its antenna problems? And, why the lines have been blurred in the election campaign. Our Canberra All Stars cut through the spin. But after the break, we catch up with Ewan McGregor. It was about politics, which I'm not really interested in but it was a criticism of politics which I'm more interested in. The Hollywood star is straight ahead on Sunrise. If this girl did a car insurance quote with one of our competitors, her premium would be: And with us: Why? We ask you more questions about how you use or don't use your car. It's smarter and could save you lots. Call 13youi or go to youi.com.au. (ABORIGINAL SINGING) MAN: The Canning Stock Route is a white man road, but it's always been our country - blackfella country. This is our story in art and new media. Yiwarra Kuju - the Canning Stock Route. Only at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra. Now showing. Be a part of Australia's biggest health check. Visit australiasbiggesthealthcheck.com.au and you could win over $10,000 in cash and prizes. Do it for yourself, do it for your family - get everyone to do it.

We are invested in Australia's health. And here's today's health tip thanks to 'Prevention' magazine.

Try juggling to give your mind a work-out. Scientists from Oxford University

found that juggling helps your brain work more efficiently. Which in turn improves the health of your brain's white matter.

Mind you, I think a better one comes

out of the paper: if you are looking

for another justification for a

glass of red wine, tea totalers are

more than four times more likely to

develop rheumatoid arthritis than

drinkers. Because they don't get

enough exercise in

enough exercise in that regard. No!

Really? A cracker a beauty, I like that one. It seems like we've seen a lot of movies about politics recently. Most of them have been real stories about our world leaders,

past and present. A new film with Pierce Brosnan and Ewan McGregor is fiction but the former prime minister in it seems a lot like Tony Blair. He hires an author to write his memoirs but this thriller gets exciting when it turns out the last writer was found dead and it's not clear who should be trusted. The author is played by Ewan McGregor and Fifi sat down with him for a chat.

What is the deciding factor? When

you know it feels good

you know it feels good? I thought it

had lots of interesting elements in

it because it is about something

very current and it was about

politics which I am not interested

in, but it was an a criticism of

politics which I am interest said in. It's a great role for Ewan. We'll have more of that interview for you later in the show.

It was a great book. What is the

movie called? 'Ghost Writer'. I

always movie called? 'Ghost Writer'. I

always worry seeing a movie after a

great book but it stacks up. Good to know. Drivers in Peugeot's Redex Rally Tribute are nearing the end of their 8,500 kilometre trip. They set out from Sydney two weeks ago and travelled north to Townsville before heading out to Alice Springs then down to Adelaide. Beretts, you're on the final stretch now.

We are almost home, we are at

Wolloongong this morning, a

beautiful sunrise and the surf. We

have seen great country, sometimes

you have to jump in the car to see

how good it is. This is a recap of

the journey. We started at Mount

Lofty House in Adelaide, through the

vin yards of South Australia, which

Mel, you know very well.

Mel, you know very well. Headed

through the western district of

Victoria, Ballarat, got a detour

around Sovreign Hill but the locals

put me on the right track. Stopped

at Geelong, good to stop by Cat

Town, down 13th Beach, the greatest

drive in the world and picked up

these guys, the Peugeot 203s. The

first model of car that won the

rally in 1953. Pull in at Wagga

Wagga and the team were all over it.

They surface you, sausage and bread

and away you go. The car hasn't

missed a beat, after 8,500

kilometres around Australia. Great

to hit the national's capital in

Canberra, a beautiful drive up

through the Southern Highlands and

here to Wolloongong where we find

ourselves today. It has been a

magnificent journey. To all the

people we have met along the way, it

is amazing how men people have a

connection, a dad or uncle or

someone connected to the Redex rally

in 1953. It was Legendary Australian

stuff, people still have a romance

and fascination for it, to touch

history has been great. It looks

beautiful, don't you wish all

beautiful, don't you wish all cars could be serviced like that. Instead

of having to give up your car for a

day, Wooh,

day, Wooh,, withooh! All done. 10

minutes would be handy. I love it

when you get into sound effect mode.

Good to talk to you. My first

vehicle went (clicks tongue)

vehicle went (clicks tongue). Just ahead - what really goes on behind the scenes of an election campaign? We sent Nuala to find out. Then later, why an Australian city is banning smoking in outdoor shopping malls. But next, should doctors stop beating around the bush and just tell obese patients they're fat? And the best practical joke ever. Or was it? The prank going viral when Sunrise continues. MAN: You leave your car at home because you like the view. You walk past your car to get to work. You park in secure parking because you're not fine with fines. You leave your car in your garage and walk to work because you can. And you love the unwind time your short drive home gives you. There's no-one you-er than you. That's why there's Youi. We save you money by insuring you for how you use your car. Call 13youi or go to youi.com.au. VOICEOVER: Tony Abbott said WorkChoices was good for wages and for workers. He even said WorkChoices was one of the Howard Government's greatest achievements. Then just this year, he said he'd bring back individual contracts and cut unfair dismissal laws the worst of WorkChoices. But with an election on, he now says WorkChoices is dead, but then adds... I can't give an absolute guarantee about every single aspect of workplace relations legislation. What's Making News for Beacon Lighting. Lamp sale is now on. For beautiful lamps it has to be Beacon. Making news - the pilot who decided to play a prank on his back-seat passenger

by pretending to faint.

Passenger yells) Passenger yells).

You would end up killing him when

you got on the ground. The clip is going viral on the net but was it set up? Did the passenger know what the pilot was doing? In any case, what's the best practical joke you've played

or seen?

The fact that he is filming him just

when he faints? He sounded

convincing. . Also making news - the doctors being uged to show some tough love to overweight Aussies. The Victorian president of the Australian Medical Association

says telling someone they're fat might prompt them to do something about it. Is that right? Should GPs stop tiptoeing around the subject and just tell obese patients they're fat?

I have a mate who tells me, Todd,

says. But you pay him to tell you. He says, "

He says, "how is your diet going."

He says, "how is your diet going? He says, "how is your diet going?."

But do you think GPs in particular

are so politically correct and worry

if they offend a patient they'll go

away and not come back. They

shouldn't pussyfoot around. But if

you are told you are obese, is it

worse or better than being told you

are fat. It is just the word fat or

obese. I thought it was all of the

above, instead of saying maybe you

could do something about your

health. You are fat, get on the

treadmill or walk round the block. The Australian launch of the iPhone 4

is in the news this morning. Were you among those obsessed enough to queue last night to get one?

Have a look at this spoof about Apple fanatics.

From web site the Onion. Today Today Apple stores across the country unveiled the Friend Bar where obsessive Apple users can come to discuss Mac products at length. Free to anyone with an Apple care warranty, the Friend Bar is staffed by Apple employees specially trained to carry on lengthy conversations about even the most arcane Apple related topics.

the 24 hour friend line connects

callers to users overseas where they

can talk about Apple after hours.

(laughs). It was a bit of a... A

sendup because they reckon Apple

geeks only want to talk about what

they got and how they use it. They

never like to ask questions, they

just like to bombard people with

information. Don't look at me like

that. We are not. That is very

interesting. Part of the clip, you

can even buy a cardboard cutout

Apple store to put in your lounge

room. I thought it was funny. It is

a new world. That really hit a nerve. Coming up - are AFL games too long? Then, can Julia Gillard trust her cabinet colleagues again after this week's leak?

Our Canberra All Stars have their say. But next - news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise on Seven. VOICEOVER: Tony Abbott said WorkChoices was good for wages and for workers. He even said WorkChoices was one of the Howard Government's greatest achievements. Then just this year, he said he'd bring back individual contracts and cut unfair dismissal laws the worst of WorkChoices. But with an election on, he now says WorkChoices is dead, but then adds... I can't give an absolute guarantee about every single aspect of workplace relations legislation. Former Labor leader Mark Latham has described Kevin Rudd as a snake and challenged him to admit being the source of an embarrassing Cabinet leak. Julia Gillard has been in damage control on the campaign trail since it was revealed she questioned paid parental leave and a pension increase. It's the snake's way so I challenge Kevin Rudd to be a man, to be honest, to have some honour and, actually, if he feels this strongly about it, put his name to his words. Kevin Rudd has denied leaking the information. but Mr Latham thinks the former PM is bitter because he wasn't offered the foreign affairs portfolio after being rolled. The second week of election campaigning is drawing to a close with Julia Gillard in Perth while Liberal Leader Tony Abbott is in Adelaide. While the leaks scandal is still hanging over the government, the Liberals have been taunted for failing to submit their election costings for scrutiny. The party says it will submit costs next week. Ah, it's all, ah, we have - our costings are capped costings, so our costings cannot be in question. There are still three more weeks of campaigning before voters head to the polls. Melbourne police will question a man who spent the night stuck in a vent above a restaurant at Crown Casino. The 25-year-old was pulled out yesterday, badly dehydrated and covered in grease from the restaurant's air duct. Paramedics say he could have died if his screams for help weren't heard. I can't imagine how he was feeling it was very greasy and very hot.

It was pitch black in there, very

greasy and very hot. It took 22 firefighters to rescue the man.

Police still don't know why he was in the vent.

Police have released a comfit photo of a man suspected of trying to abduct a young girl in Bathurst in central Western New South Wales. The girl's father says he saw this man trying to take his 2-year-old daughter from the family's backyard on Wednesday morning. Anyone with information should contact police. A French woman has admitted to killing her eight newborn children and hiding their bodies in her backyard. The bodies were found in plastic bags while the home's new owners were gardening. The horrifying murders took place over more than 16 years and allegedly went unnoticed by family, friends and even her husband. body, TRANSLATOR: She has a very large not spot that she was pregnant. which might explain why you might The woman now faces life in jail.

Finance news, let's take a look at the Dow

the Dow low trading volumes, down 31 Finance news, let's take a look at

points. Good result from Exxon Mobil

but both Colgate and Kraft warn of

deflation and the effect of falling

prices on their profit. Time for sport. Here is

Here is Mr Beretta in the Gong. You

got to love the Gong, how is this if

a sunrise over the ocean and a break

if the surfers to get out there. believes Richmond coach Damien Hardwick to cap interchanges next season the AFL's controversial proposal could end the career of Ben Cousins. to earn another contract next year The 32-year-old is desperate interchange rotations are restricted but Hardwick says if veteran players. clubs may be forced to axe Round 18 gets under way tonight its third straight win with Essendon chasing St Kilda at Etihad Stadium. over premiership heavyweights Willie Mason North Queensland enforcer with a return to Canterbury has been linked with Penrith at CUA Stadium tonight. ahead of the Cowboys' clash where he won the 2004 premiership Mason says returning to the club to finish his NRL career. would be a good way the Bulldogs' slim finals hopes In tonight's other match, against South Sydney at ANZ Stadium. go on the line he's relishing the chance Wallabies winger James O'Connor says with Joe Rokocoko to go head to head Bledisloe Cup test. in tomorrow night's to try and exploit The All Blacks are expected between O'Connor and Rokocoko. the massive size difference 10cm and 45 tests in experience The 20-year-old gives up 14kg, to the Kiwi powerhouse. is convinced the Perth Glory High-profile recruit Robbie Fowler at this year's A-league title. can make a run yesterday The Glory launched their season than a finals berth and made it clear that anything less would be a tragedy.

Archie Thompson In Melbourne, star Victory striker before Christmas. hopes to return from a knee injury

Got to thank our good friends at

Accor hotels. We stayed at the

Novotel Wolloongong and right across

the road from the beach, you wake up

to this. Thank you for taking care

of us. Taking care of the incredible Sydney International Boat Show?

There is a great focus at the boat

show, about the luxurious vehicles

and some the experience you can have

above the water, I

above the water, I wanted to show

you that takes care of everything

under the water. This is a unique

vessel, the RB 'Bombora." It

measures the Australian marine

environment and how it is changing.

Did you know 96 per cent of all

ocean, immediately right around

Australia is unmapped. 96 per cent!

Really? This thing is helping unlock

the secrets of the under water

world, it has got a lot of sewner

equipment which is use -- sonar

equipment which is used to find

ships, it has got cameras to go on

reef drop, see what kind of activity

and fish are down that way. At the

moment there are 250,000 marine

forms they know about but they think

there could be ten times more than

that. So there is so much yet to

explore about our oceans as we take a look at the forecast. Sunrise weather for Beacon Lighting. Lamp sale is now on. it has to be Beacon. For beautiful lamps spread rain and storms A broad trough will again and eastern Australia. across central over Victoria and Tasmania. A low and trough are causing showers to south-west WA. A front is bringing showery winds with a possible storm in Brisbane. Afternoon showers Fine on Sunday. Late showers tomorrow. with late showers. A fine day in Sydney,

Fine with some wind on Sunday. Showers clearing early tomorrow. in Adelaide. A few showers after midday and on Monday. Showers easing over the weekend A possible morning shower tomorrow. Showers in Perth.

Is Soon to be doctor of the ocean,

Edwina, it is the great unknown in

the waters around Australia? Yes, it

might be probably we know more about

the lunar surface than the ocean

floor. We are only mapped 30 per

cent of New South Wales coastal

waters. With all this equipment and

vessel, from Stever, we are looking

forward to maping the rest of it.

And Ste

And Steve -- Steber make many

vessels. Thank you. Joke of the day

comes from Peter Heycock in spring

wood. Paddy reached the final of a

TV game show, $

TV game show, $64,000 up for grap

grabs. The compare said I am going

to name three birds and you have to

tell me which bird does not build

its nest, the eagle, the swallow,

the cookoo, Paddy says the cookoo

and wins $

and wins $65,000. He is having a

sebbratory drink with a mate and the

friends said, you are so lucky to

know that the cuck coo doesn't build

its own nest and Paddy said, " its own nest and Paddy said,

"Everyone knows it lives in

clock." A book is on its way, a

clock." A book is on its way, a TiVo "Everyone knows it lives in a

if you were over 3. Aussie Rules games shorter. Still ahead - the calls to make But next, the midnight camp-out in Australia. as the new iPhone goes on sale

See if you can keep up with me,

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I know you can recognise a lot of

points there, of course, it is

Brisbane through the Jetstar sky

cam, surprise! Afternoon showers with a possible storm, and 25 today.

Fog in Brisbane and Sydney to Fog in Brisbane and Sydney Fog in Brisbane and Sydney today. It's a big morning for iPhone fans. The new iPhone 4 has officially gone on sale and some people lined up for more than 24 hours just to get their hands on one. But the launch has been soured by the phone's antenna problems. Customers claim to get zero reception if it's held a certain way. So is it worth buying the new model? Technology expert Seamus Byrne is amongst the Apple faithful in downtown Sydney and joins us now. Seamus, good morning to you. So what's new to iPhone 4, and is it worth it?

Look, this phone it's just come out.

It went on sale at midnight last

night in a lot of places but this

crowd hire are the people who are

here to buy it outright for

themselves. They don't want to go on

a contract match thithey are going to spend $

to spend $800 to $

to spend $800 to $1,000 to get their

hands on it. We have been playing

with it for about an hour and it is

a nice piece of hardware, it is

solid. The new screen does look

really, really cool. The big

really, really cool. The big thing in the hardware is a couple of

camera up grades, a 5 meg pixel

camera. Front-facing camera which

means people can make video calls

which they couldn't do before, so

that is cool. I have been doing the

death grip, which you mentioned. It

is meant to be on this side, I have

been going white at the knuckles to

get it to happen and nothing has

gone wrong. It might be something

that is limited. You reckon they

might have fixed it. For by

comparison we have got some

not-so-new releases with you?

Telstra hooked us up with the hot

product for the next couple of

months. Everyone will want one of

these, because everything old is new

again. I remember that. We are

getting a lot of people saying that.

In the Mitsubishi Magna we had as a

news car in 1990. The retro look.

The secret to the phones is

The secret to the phones is always in the data plan. Have the telcos

come to the party? Yes, I think a

lot of people exactly that. A

lot of people exactly that. A lot of

people are worried about the gig

these are getting and the data they

can use. Late yesterday, Telstra

really jumped in and doubled, and in

some cases, multiplied by six times

the amount of data you will get on a

plan. For our readers at 'Gizmoda'

thought it is time to go back. Does

the phone work, the clunky one? It

pops off. But I think the battery is

dead. Okay. It

dead. Okay. It is it is a big sim card. The opinion polls are narrowing and every night on the news we see Tony Abbott and Julia Gillard campaigning for our votes. But what we often don't see is what happens behind the scenes. There's a dedicated bunch of journalists, camera crews and photographers shadowing the leaders as they travel across the country. So what's it like on the campaign trail? We sent Sunrise correspondent Nuala Hafner to find out. This was her day following Tony Abbott. It's not even 5am

It's raining and Tony Abbott is

about to come out for bike ride.

These guys tell me it is a mere 30 K

this morning. It has been a while

since I have been on a bike, but

since I have been on a bike, but if this is what it takes to keep up the

Opposition Leader, let's dotouch.

See if you can keep up with me, quite fast. And we're off riding off. is easier said than done Of course, talking when you're trying to keep up

in the country. with arguably the fittest pollie

Go red! Down hill, sleeping I find

works for me. Hey, guys! Bike ride? Check. Then straight back to business. on the campaign trail It's a fairly standard day as they say. and all will be shortly revealed, Shortly is right. aren't told what's happening next Journos on the campaign trail until the very last minute. There's a lot of secrecy from one day to the next. in not knowing where you're going in budgie smugglers accosting him They don't want people I think that's the main reason. wherever he goes,

And to avoid stunts like this. he stayed with us Tony forgot his budgie the last time his policy briefs. And I'm afraid he left behind Moving right along... that travel with Tony Abbott This is the assorted mob of media every day. magical mystery bus. And this is their They don't know where it's going until it gets there.

A lot of wondering about where we

are going, what we are doing and what happens next. For now it's a coaching session with the Bombers. don't know where we're going next. We're all done at Windy Hill and we Until we receive the text message. Wait here we go, right on time.

Next stop, Adelaide. And so the mystery tour continues. keeps up this cracking pace. The mind boggles as to how Mr Abbott He

leaders are constantly flyinging

from place toplice, doing radio

interviews early in the morning and

for Tony Abbott, she has the

ridiculous exercise regime. To

ridiculous exercise regime. Tony

Abbott is just a machine. news, sport and weather. After the break - this morning's joins us live from Melbourne And Wallaby Quade Cooper Bledisloe Cup. ahead of tomorrow night's

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Call 13youi or go to youi.com.au. brought to you by 'New Idea'. The Sunrise Showbiz Report and more. For all the latest celebrity news Showbiz editor Nelson Aspen is in Hollywood. Morning. Plenty of Hollywood A-listers are supporting Mel Gibson. But apparently not Leonardo DiCaprio?

Well, apparently is right. Because

we've talked to Leo before about the

discretion which he takes when

choosing roles and apparently,

according to reports this morning he

has backed out of a project to be

directed by Mel Gibson about viking

warriors. It was going to be the

first time they were going to work

together. He just didn't want to be

known by the company he keeps. He is

used to working with people

Jack Nicholson and Kate Winslet and used to working with people like

Scorsese and apparently Leo doesn't

want to be a part of it. Not a

misstep on his part. While he is in

a position to choose. Moving on, nude pictures of Angelina Jolie Never-before-seen have surfaced.

Every male in the studio is looking

at the monitor, will it tarnish her

image? What is her image. We have

seen her beautiful body in lots of

films. The photos are supposed to be

a great revelation, from 1999, taken

when she was going through a drug

binge. We will see them in the

sleazy new book by Andrew Morton

about her life. She has admitted her

past, she is not using drugs

anymore, she has moved on and

anymore, she has moved on and grown

up. I think the pictures are as

shocking to Angelina Jolie as

pictures of me and a mullet and

shoulder pads would be. Then, this

is now, Andrew Morton is trying to

stir the pot to sell his book. Angie

said it first, if you want to know

it, rent a movie. He is a slime am

But I bet everyone reads

looks at the pictures. Don't buy the But I bet everyone reads it and

book, that would be my advice. He

started out with such promise with

the ess Diana book. morning finalise preparations The Wallabies will this rugby test against the All Blacks for tomorrow night's Bledisloe Cup in Melbourne. losing streak against New Zealand. They'll be trying to end a 7-match We're joined now by Quade Cooper. Quade, the All Blacks are saying they contain the Wallabies. if they shut down Will Genia Is it that easy for them?

I don't think so. You know, there is

a lot of threat right across the

board. Gitsue is at 10 and a few guys out

guys out wide, James O'Connor

Adam Ashley-Cooper. There will be guys out wide, James O'Connor and

threats across the park. The All

Blacks reckon they will target James

because of the difference between

him and Rocococoko? Will he stand

up? Yes, he will stand up to any

challenge put up to him. He

hasstepped up in each game he has

played. What about up front, in the

forward pack, particularly the

surface at atiad stadium, what is

the view of it? The view is both

teamvise to play on the surface.

No-one is going to be advantaged

more than another. So each team will

be looking to put their best foot

forward and not worry about the

slippery surface. If we played

against the Poms it was hard to get

the footing when the scrums were put

down. Hopefully it will be better

than that. Hopefully we don't see

too many scrums and there is a lot

of free-flowing scrums. Spoken like

a back, as a former forward I love

the scrums. Scrums are a good part

of the game but it can slow the game

down a fair bit. You got to respect

what they do up front. It is tough,

but hopefully there are not too many

of them. Just before you go, we know

Quade you are in the Twitterverse,

how is the new dog? How is Misty?

Misty is going well. Haven't spent

much time with her, but from what I

hear, she is a big fan of Kochie.

She have superstar. I am walking

around with famous dog, thank you to

you. You were watching on Monday or

Tuesday when he drew everyone's

attention to the fact you have a new

puppy. Got a few e-mails about it.

Mate, there is nothing like

Mate, there is nothing like a Bledisloe Cup in Australian sporlt,

wish all the lads the best for

Saturday night, watch it live here

on Seven. Everyone thanks you for

the support as well. Good to talk to

you, his suckup job is now complete. Still to come on Sunrise this morning - Your nose! The Australian city banning smoking in its major shopping malls. So, will the rest of the country now follow? And will there be anywhere left for smokers to light up? Shortly on Sunrise - we'll hear both sides of the argument. The pollies going off topic to win your vote. Our All Star panel cuts through the spin and explains what they can really deliver. And Ewan McGregor. We're one on one with the Hollywood star. 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.

My mate has made up with Quade you

are BEy. I am a big supporter of the

Wallabies. Don't give me the

eyebrow. You were back pedaling

quicker than Tony Abbott goes forward. Good morning. Former Labor leader Mark Latham has challenged Kevin Rudd to admit being the source of this week's damaging Cabinet leak. Seven political reporter Jodie Speers

is travelling with Tony Abbott and joins me now from Adelaide. Jodie, will this give the Liberals another reason to smile?

Good morning, Natalie it will. I

think every time mark lathep opens

his mouth it gives the Liberals a

reason to smile. He has been doing

it a lot this campaign. He was

talking about the cabinet leaks

talking about the cabinet leaks. Mr

Latham is convinced it was Kevin

Rudd who leaked that information, even though there are a number of

other possibility, including out

going cabinet members but he said

crust Kevin Rudd is a snake and should own up. It's the snake's way so I challenge Kevin Rudd to be a man, to be honest, to have some honour and, actually, if he feels this strongly about it, put his name to his words.

Tony Abbott was up at the crack of

dawn again this morning going for a

bike ride. I didn't offer to go with

him this morning. We are told he

will do some campaigning in Adelaide

and send to some kind of hot

destination, don't know where it is

yet. The government Willis on

broadband can -- will focus on

Broadband with an expected

announcement the NBN will be roweled

out to 300,000 households. It's been a horror night on Melbourne's roads with two people killed and another man fighting for his life. A male and his 17-year-old female passenger died when their vehicle crashed into a pole in North Fitzroy. Earlier, a 20-year-old man's car slammed into a power pole at Boronia piercing the vehicle through the middle. The high-voltage wires actually dropped onto the live voltage

and caused a series of power blackouts in the area, which resulted in a house across the street having a fire develop. Rescue crews had to cut the driver from the wreckage.

Sydney residents are waking up to a thick blanket of fog covering the city this morning. Some early international flights were diverted to Melbourne due to poor visibility. Drivers are warned to take care and slow down on the roads. Brisbane residents are experiencing similar conditions with all CityCat services cancelled and a flight diverted. After spending a chilly night on the streets

diehard technology fans have finally got their hands on the latest iPhone. The phone was available at midnight from the major telcos

who threw parties and provided entertainment to ensure the wait was an event itself.

Sydney man Sam Dunster waited in line for 20 hours before finally being rewarded. I can't wait to try it out and also attempt developing for it as well, it should be great. The Apple Store opens at 8:00. Delta Goodrem has stolen the show at a fashion event in Melbourne overnight. Wearing a glamorous cream-coloured gown, she performed two of her hit songs at a spring collection launch for fashion label Forever New. (sings) Delta's taking time out from recording her fourth album in the US, which should be ready next year. In finance news:

The Dow Jones is down on quiet

trading. One of the federal reserve

governors has warned of the

potential of deflation in the US,

the economy and some of the major

corterates in the US are warning

about that as well. In our region,

it was a fairly lastlustre day but

the Tax Office has come out and said

they will target company whose sell

products on eBay to make sure they

are paying the right amount of tax,

particularly GST. So watch out for

that if you are involved.

particularly GST. So watch out for that if you are involved. . Time for sport. Welcome to beautiful Wolloongong

this morning, the final stop on

inPeugeot Redex Rally tribute. The spotlight will be back on Etihad Stadium's shifting surface tonight when Essendon tackles St Kilda to kick off the AFL's Round 18 The Bombers are chasing their third straight victory

against the Saints and welcome back versatile ruckman David Hill from a hamstring injury. In Perth, Fremantle coach Mark Harvey has compared Sunday's Western Derby against the Eagles to the battle being waged in the federal election campaign. Penrith's bid to end a 3-match losing streak has received a boost with Luke Walsh and Luke Lewis both back in action

for tonight's clash with North Queensland. The Cowboys travel to CUA Stadium on a high

after downing Newcastle in golden point last weekend. South Sydney hooker Issac Luke returns from a shoulder injury to take on the Bulldogs. The Wallabies will have a training hit-out on the controversial Etihad Stadium surface this morning in preparation for tomorrow night's Bledisloe Cup showdown. Robbie Deans side is desperate to end a 7-test losing streak against the All Blacks. Kiwi playmaker Dan Carter believes shutting down Wallabies half-back Will Genia will be the key to victory.

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it. Sounds very luxurious. Thank you. These days smokers can't light up in pubs, clubs or indoor eating areas and many councils have also banned smoking in alfresco dining zones.

But now Hobart Council is about to go even further. From Sunday, the city's main shopping mall will be smoke free along with a couple of smaller malls. But what do the locals think?

They should just let people over the

age smoke and ban all the young

ones. I think it is a good idea.

Stop polluting everyone. There Stop polluting everyone.

Stop polluting everyone. There

should be a certain area we can

smoke, not just ban it all. It is

ridiculous, it is open air, I

wouldn't mind if they ban it in the

shelter weerx are not near the kids,

the kids walk past, they don't

the kids walk past, they don't have to be near us. You don't need

to be near us. You don't need smoke in the mall but it is kind of nice

being abe to sit in the mall and

smoke. You don't need smoke in the

mall, you can go somewhere else.

There are a lot of people in here

and have the right to be in a

non-smoking aenvironment, it is

annoying for smokers but

annoying for smokers but there are a

lot of other places. But what impact will the smoking ban have? Anne Jones from Action on Smoking and Health joins us along with Paul Jubb from the Australian Hotels Association Anne, is there any evidence to suggest

Why is it being done? Is it to make

it more pleasant for non-smokers or

is there evidence to show it will

lead to a decline in smoking? First

of all, outdoor crowded areas are

going smoke-free because of the harm

to people in close proximity to each

other. We know from smoking bans in

work places, smokers, there are

benefits for smokers because they do

decrease their consumption by about

20 per cent. Also, it helps smokers

quit. Many do want to quit, they

just find it very difficult. But

banning it in an outdoor mall like

this, do you believe it will

this, do you believe it will help **** quit? It will help, because in

Tasmania they have the second

highest rate in Australia. A lot of

disease and it will be costly it the

government. These policies help the

whole state. But also, help smokers

because most do want to quit.

Certainly, smoke-free bans, do help

people to redpaous consumption.

people to redpaous consumption. So it is not really about saying they

can't say, it is where to smoke.

They can smoke somewhere where their

smoke won't cause harm to others.

What are your views, next year

Hobart will ban it in all outdoor

dining areas. What are the

implications of that? We are just

shifting the problem, Mel, already

we have 50 per cent of the outdoor

alfresco areas smoke free. It is

merely shifting the problem to other

areas. Do you think though, I mean,

obviously, there are areas that it

can and can't, do you think we are

just going too hard on this? Do you

think we should have maybe

designated smoking areas? Well, we

are deaf netly going too

are deaf netly going too --

definitely going too hard. If you

take Salamanca Place, this time next

year, no smoking in the whole area,

totally unreasonable. But on the

flip side, the council said it could

be good for business and attract

more shoppers? It started as

legislation to move on or control

antisocial behaviour. And that is

where it has got its momentum from.

And where, I think we are seeing

smoking as the reason. But not the

root of the problem. Yes, okay. I

know you said earlier it is only a

matter of time before more council

areas follow suit, I understand, Frankston and

Frankston and Brisbane council are

looking at similar bans. Do you

think we will get to a point if you

are a smoker in your own home or

backyard and that is it is it is?

First of all, smoking banerize good

for evidence, because most people

don't smoke, there are lots of

benefits. For smokers it is getting

tough. But really, the rule of thumb

is if you want to smoke, don't smoke

where your smoke is going to cause

harm to others. It is why many of

the outdoor areas are going smoke

free. An interesting debate, good to

have you join us. Thank you for

coming in. Law and order is a hot topic in any state election but now it's appeared on the federal campaign trail. The government promised to tighten restrictions on weapons imports. Then Tony Abbott announced $179 million to tackle gangs and knife violence.

It is important that we crack down

on knife crime because knives are

helping to make our streets far less safe. But isn't law and order essentially a state issue? We've already seen the cost of living highlighted in the campaign. So are our pollies going off topic? Let's ask our political All Stars - key Labor strategist Bruce Hawker former coalition minister Mal Brough and former Democrats leader Natasha Stott Despoja. Good morning. Natasha, does law and order belong in a federal election campaign?

Well, understandably, people want to

know that their communities are

going to be safe and secure. So

there is

there is always going to be an

element of law and order debate and

discussion, and even chest thumping

in any campaign but you are right,

it is largely a state jurisdiction

but that is why when I the

government, and indeed, the

opposition, their policies deal with

import regulations. So dollar is a

federal overlap but by the same

token it is about that traditional

sort of injection of we are going to

keep you safe. We are tougher than

our opponents when it comes to

law-and-order issues. The motherhood

statements that tend to get trotted

out in elections campaigns. Bruce,

both sides had an announcement on

weapons on the same day, was it just

a fluke or on the campaign trail do

you move quickly to counter each

other? It could have been a fluke.

It is hard to have a real sense of

what the other side is going to do

on any one day, Kochie, we have had

that plan for some time and I am

sure Tony Abbott had his

announcements planed for some time.

But the bigger issue, whether law

and order has a role in federal

campaigns, it does. But the real

issues people will make their minds

up are on things like services and

the economy. We have

the economy. We have seen people

like Peter Costello saying he is not

up to it, pewter Houstin is

illiteral. That is where they want

to take the campaign, not law and

order. But Tony Abbott has been

campaigning on power and water

costs, again, state issues. Do you

think it is remvent to the

discussion? An interesting one. I

think the debate has changed a lot.

The blurring of lines between state

and federal responsibility. When I

was minister of families and

community services the big debate is

what to do with disabilities because

there was a separation

orphresponsibility. Those lines, the

public say, you sort it out, I don't

care, fix the things that matter to

me. And law and order and the cost

of living are things that matter to

them. One thing for you Bruce, I

looked for the Labor Party's policy

on knifes and couldn't find it on

the web site, so if there the web site, so if

the web site, so if it there it is

bur aedz. Well, it is announced. And

people are more interested in

knowing who is going to have GP

supercentres. Alright, come on. Good

try, Mal. Moving on, and this week the government's campaign has been rocked by those cabinet leaks. The PM justified her comments on parental leave and pensions. And now she's warned that any minister who leaks details will be out of a job. Bruce, what will Labor do if this issue doesn't go away?

You had Mark Latham fueling things

again last night. It is unlike

again last night. It is unlike Mark to be mischievous, isn't it? I think

people will look at the issue and

say it is basisicly a distraction.

As I said before, people aren't

going to be overly focused on this.

Obviously these things aren't

helpful but I think the initial leak

had some impact. If it happens

again, I think people will take it

for what it is. He says Kevin

is a snake, do you reckon for what it is. He says Kevin Rudd is a snake, do you reckon Kevin Rudd

is the snake? No I don't and Don't

think there is evidence to suggest

it. People should be careful,

pointing fingers bout without any

evidence to prove it at all.

evidence to prove it at all. Mal do you think voters are taking notice

of the look or what do they take on

board with it? Very little at this

point, can I take you back, it is

interesting Latham has entered into

the debate, in the 2004 election,

one week out, Mark Latham was

one week out, Mark Latham was going to be Prime Minister of Australia.

There were a lot of hesitations, and

that is something Bryce will tell

you about, there is hesitation in

voting and it all came about in the

last week with hand shake. There is

little doubt what does Julia Gillard

stand for? Is she really with us

when it comes to pensions? Is he

really with us when it comes to

parental leave? Or is she something

else? If that comes together in the

last week and all is some event,

then all of those doubts can

actually, and the hesitation can

come together with vote against it, that is the real

that is the real risk for Labor.

Natasha, do you think it is a

serious risk? I think did see a

risk. I think Bruce might be

underplaying the significance of

this particular leak. As Mal said we

want to know who our leaders are, we

want to know more about the Prime

Minister and if she is genuine.

Minister and if she is genuine. I have been critical of Tony Abbott on

his late conversion to paid parental

leave but the leak proves that leave but the leak proves that our Prime leave but the leak proves that our

Prime Minister has always been a

late convert to the issue of paid

parental leave. I know she wasn't

supportive when people like me put

it on the table for parliamentary

debate. You experienced the same

thing, eight years back she wouldn't get on

get on board. I deed, she was quite

open about it but when you get into

government perhaps it changes. This

has rattled Australians, they want

to know what the cabinet ministers

are thinking, I respect cabinet

confudention alt but you want to

know the views, especially when you

want to attract and maintain the

women's view. It is why Labor has a

paid parental scheme and the

opposition doesn't have one. Always

on message, Bruce. It took a while

to jump on board, which is great. If

you want to go for it, go for it.

Yes. It will be a very interesting

weekend, check in with your Monday. Let's update the Sunrise Pork Barrel. We're keeping track of the campaign spending promises of the major parties. Yesterday Julia Gillard announced $182 million for disability funding. Meantime, Tony Abbott put $179 million into law and order. And the Coalition matched Labor's spending on rail in Brisbane. Plus, Mr Abbott's business tax cut