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the people have spoken. This morning - Barry O'Farrell's Coalition in Australian history. clinches one of the biggest triumphs

Keneally quits. the wrap for Labor's bloodbath The former premier cops as New South Wales leader. and steps down Plus, Bingle's bungle. the model's driving record. Police officially question And bully beat-down - against professional fighters. the TV show which pits bullies Also today... than playing at a stadium, you know? It's a lot more comfortable out of my pyjamas in the morning. Playing at home, I didn't even get It was great. Back to basics. to their rock roots. The Foo Fighters return Then - lap up some luxury. in the world. The most exclusive resorts It's Sunday 27 March 2011. This is Weekend Sunrise and Samantha Armytage. with Andrew O'Keefe Hello. Thanks for joining us. Also today - us in on her secrets to success. Aussie designer Leona Edmiston lets to win over the love of your life? Then, how far would you go star in 'Just Go With It'. Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler ,

It's a good question, how far would

you go, would you go back to

for example? Probably? you go, would you go back to Wagga

We both laugh.. We both laugh.

Hello, if you are joining us from

Wagga, it's unlikely Sam is going to

come looking for love, if you are

the latest news from Jessica Rowe. But let's begin with single.

Good morning, Jess. has been all but wiped off the map The New South Wales Labor Party a landslide victory with the Liberals celebrating in the state election. to take the reigns as Premier, As Barry O'Farrell prepares with as few as 19 seats. the Labor Party could be left marched to the tune of victory Barry O'Farrell into a party 16 years in the making. ALL: Barry, Barry, Barry, Barry! The Coalition triumphed in Australian history, with the biggest swing estimated at around 17%. This the victory for everyone number one again. that wanted to make New South Wales (CHEERING) at Parramatta Leagues Club 400 people celebrated and at the close of counting was all but gone. it appeared the Labor heartland we never dreamed of ever winning. We won tonight seats for Kristina Keneally, Far from a dream and the smile wiped from her face dressed in black as she conceded defeat. deliver government And I am sorry that I could not

in 2011. for the Australian Labor Party for the bloodbath, Ms Keneally took responsibility the leadership announcing she won't re-contest on the backbench. and will take up a position The people of New South Wales for 16 years, did not leave us, who entrusted us with government we left them. those traditional Labor voters down, Mr O'Farrell is promising not to let for all of New South Wales. vowing to govern to fight for her life A teenage girl continues people south-west of Melbourne. after a car crash killed three

when it slammed into a power pole Four people were in the Commodore in Werribee yesterday morning. 16-year-old girl died at the scene. A 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl, The third passenger, in a critical condition. is in hospital The difficulty with this scene involved in the vehicle has been the number of people and the terrible loss of life. suffered serious head injuries The 22-year-old male driver

and died in hospital. in a tattoo parlour A man has been shot in Sydney's north-west overnight. entered the shop in West Ryde, Police say two men wearing masks via a back entrance. just before 10:00,

was shot in the shoulder A man aged in his 40s with the men fleeing the scene. at the time but weren't injured. Several people were inside the shop north of Sydney have re-opened All lanes of the F3 Freeway a 10 kilometre traffic jam. following A 45-tonne slab of concrete yesterday morning fell from the back of a truck on one of Sydney's busiest roads. two south-bound lanes Authorities had to close and a north-bound lane while a crane removed the beam. it could have you know, Lucky, no-one was killed, or whatever it come off during the week a very, very busy road. 'cause this is Could have been major. took several hours. The recovery operation Hundreds of thousands of people in the biggest march in London have taken part since the anti-Iraq war protest. into the British capital, Huge crowds piled spending cuts. demonstrating against Government While the main march was peaceful, broke away, several hundred protesters at shops and banks. hurling missiles and paint bombs were brought in Thousands of extra police to help control the massive crowd. here's Simon Reeve. And now with sport, are licking their wounds The Brisbane Lions Fremantle Dockers outfit after losing to an under-strength at the Gabba overnight. by two points Brisbane started strongly,

with a 10-point lead going to the main break the Dockers. but they just couldn't shake

in the final term It was an arm wrestle but it was Freo who prevailed 94-92. for Lions captain Jonathan Brown There are major concerns after shattering his nose who was rushed to hospital a possible torn cruciate ligament. and utility Brent Staker with the Crows come from 30 points back The other night game saw at AAMI Stadium 105-85. to run down Hawthorn for the Wests Tigers In NRL, a bittersweet night over the Canberra Raiders after their 34-24 Round 2 win at Campbelltown. for the Tigers, While it was a good win is now looking very lean their left side suffered a dislocated hip after Test centre Chris Lawrence in a heavy tackle. a suspected broken arm. And winger Lote Tuqiri Penrith are another side feeling the pain after being mauled 44-12 by the Cronulla Sharks. Tipped as 2011 wooden spooners, the Sharks proved their win over the Dragons was no accident. In Super Rugby the Waratahs have found redemption in Canberra during a controversial game against the Brumbies. Locked up at 22 all, it looked as though winger Atieli Pakalani had scored the match-winning try which was ruled to be a knock on. But with just nine seconds left on the clock, the 'Tahs produced this. COMMENTATOR: Timani reaches out, slams it down. Did they get it down? They will have to go upstairs. Timani thinks he's got it. He was right, earning the Waratahs a 29-22 victory. And the Force have suffered a miserable 51-16 defeat to last year's finalists Stormers over in Cape Town. A new Formula One season begins in Melbourne today with Mark Webber once again chasing victory in his home Grand Prix. He'll start from third as he begins his World Title bid, hoping to improve on his best finish in Melbourne - fifth on debut in 2002 and again in 2005. Webber's team-mate and defending world champion Sebastian Vettel is clearly the man to catch - he claimed pole by a second. McLaren's Lewis Hamilton splits the Red Bulls. And Sri Lanka has cruised into the World Cup semifinals, beating England by 10 wickets. Openers Tharanga and Dilshan both scored unbeaten centuries, chasing down England's modest 6/229. They face New Zealand at home again on Tuesday for a place in the final. News and sport so far.

Good on them, the Sri Lankans.

It's an interesting Sevens with New

Zealand in there, Pakistan and Sri

Lanka and India as well.

What is it with Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber.

Simmering tensions.

They drink too much Red Bull. They

are on edge all the time.

You've got a bigger engine than

mine. I think that's probably the thing.

A man thing. Women never do it

You don't get piston envy. What?

That's what I thought he said.

We just have shoe envy.

Shoe envy. Time for the weather now

with JT. Morning JT.

Good morning, look a bit of a

disaster happened yesterday. You

might remember I was on that 57 foot

Ben toe yacht. I was a magnificent

morning. We set sail. We went out

the heads, we turned north and then

we hit a big rock and the whole

thing sank and I undered up In This

Life raft and iPad willed assure and

I've ended up at Lake Macquarie

where I happen to be near a common

camp out. It's perfect timing. I am

going to grab a snag and an example

and bacon roll from those guys in

just a second. Thank you, Anthony

Bell for the use of your boat. Sorry

we destroyed it. The good news is

that none of that is true. I just

made all of that up. The boat is

fine. It was a great morning. Do fine. It was a great morning. Do you

know what I really did, I went and

interviewed the Foo Fighters.

You look like you went to the hair You look like you went to the

hairdresser.

Every day you start the show telling

us a story and then deflengt us.

What did you do.

The story is deflating and not the

boat in this case. I went to

interview the Foo Fighters. I will

show you the interview. It was

fantastic. Not just Dave Grohl, all

five of the current members. It was

fantastic. They were great value. So

that's later on in the show. Let's

have a look at the forecast. Weekend Sunrise weather - brought to you by Crimsafe security screens and doors. If it's not Crimsafe, it's not crim safe. On the regional fly-around - A shower or two for Cairns. A top of 24 for Toowoomba. Showers in Brisbane. In New South Wales - showers in Coffs Harbour. Showers in Newcastle. A top of 22 in Sydney. Sunny in Canberra. Sunny in Mildura.

Morning drizzle in Melbourne. Fine in Swansea. 21 degrees in Hobart. Showers for Mount Gambier. Mostly sunny in Adelaide. Sunny in Alice Springs. Storms in Darwin. And in WA - sunny in Bunbury. Fine for Perth. Sunshine in Kalgoorlie.

Now, ladies and gentlemen, if you

are not from a camping family, you

are missing out big time. Because we

are at Lake Macquarie, this is the

big four here, Mannering prark and

have a look at that. For less than $ have a look at that. For less than

$50, you can get a camp site right

here on the edge of this lake and

you can wake up to that every

morning. It is a fantastic way to

see Australia. Get a four-wheel

drive, maybe a caravan on the back

or maybe just a tent and you can

spend every morning waking up at

places like this. I reckon right

around Australia, some of the best

real straight are the camping

grounds, the big four is a huge one

but of course, there are plenty of

camp grounds right around Australia.

There are just spectacular ways to

see this country.

I think that may be where Kate and

wills might go for their hoony moon

Great adear, we should have a

discount honeymoon option. I

discount honeymoon option. I think The Morning Show tomorrow, they are

going to be showing you how you can

get Kate's fashion at a discounted

rate. So we could do, live like

royals at a discounted rate as well.

A great way of imposing the budget

cuts that the current government is

doing, over in the UK at the moment.

Camping at the beach. Sand Camping at the beach. Sand in the

tent. Been there, done that.

JT, we will see you there.

Thank you, JT tilt

I must get one of those.

You could just shake your tent out

of a night.

That doesn't happen.

Doesn't happen, fair enough. Coming up on Weekend Sunrise - NSW Coalition's biggest victory in Australian electoral history. can now bring you Cashscan, Come in and start a conversation SONG: # When there is always something there to remind me # Always something there to remind me Get more for less on 'Spirit of Tasmania', with up to 60% off. Twin- and four-berth cabins start from just $99 per person each way. Hurry - offer ends April 30 unless sold out prior. Book now and make it a trip to remember. New South Wales voters sent a brutal message to the Labor Party. Barry O'Farrell lead the Coalition to one of the biggest victories in Australian electoral history. So what will this mean for New South Wales and the rest of Australia? I am joined by Seven's chief political reporter Mark Riley along with political commentator Graham Richardson, former NSW Liberal leader Kerry Chikarovski and the 'Daily Telegraph's Joe Hildebrand. Good morning. Mark, let's start with you. We were told to expect a bloodbath and that's exactly what we got. Which seats were most significant?

There was a bloodbath rkts Sam. The

people didn't just speak, they

yelled. It was a primal scream of

anger at a government that needed to

be turfed out and they were. The

seats that surprise us were submit

field, East Hills, Campbelltown in

that southwestern arc that was just

blueblood Labor is now Liberal and

safe Liberal territory which is just

extraordinary. There was a massive

defeat. It's a huge kick for the

Labor brand but I think federally,

the read this morning might be

hopefully, that's the end of

hopefully, that's the end of the New South Wales anger for Labor and they

can start to rebuild. It will be a

long rebuilding process and Barry

O'Farrell has a thumping majority

and a very big job ahead of him to

put the state back on its feet. A

lot of political goodwill. He has a

lot of political capital. He needs

to spend it quickly and make tough

decisions in the first year.

Richo, what do you think was Labor's

biggest downfall at this election? Can you pick one.

If you gave me a month, I could keep

talking on it. I would suggest

probably that electricity was the

biggest problem because it was an

inter flal fight

inter flal fight where Labor bashed

itself up for about 3.

itself up for about 3.5 years. You

had 3 leaders in that period. The

Genesis of that was in the final

electricity. I think had that fight

not occurred, things might have been

different. I think Labor would have loss different. I think Labor would have

loss lost with a respectable number of seats.

What about the carbon tax.

I think it had no impact at after.

The if you look at the

The if you look at the polls, the

figures didn't shift. The evidence

would suggest it ha no effect.

How big a job does Barry O'Farrell

ahead? You haven't spoken to him yet.

I thought I would let him sleep in

morning.

You imagine he might hit the ground running.

I think he will have a quiet

I think he will have a quiet start to the morning. He know he has big

plans. He will hit the ground

running. I think it would be a good

thing to have breakfast with

thing to have breakfast with his Family First.

They may not see much of him.

Not for a while.

He said yesterday public transport

was going to be the biggest thing he

would focus on.

He has played it very clear, one of

the reasons that Sydney

the reasons that Sydney and New South Wales is struggling is because

the transport system is so bad. He

worked for a Minister for Transport.

So he has a real policy bent in that

area. I won't be surprised when he

comes out with the plans that he

wants to implement. He has already

said he wants to introduce

said he wants to introduce the southwest and north west rail lines

so I think it will be a very busy

first few weeks.

Joe, ow OK?

These have been a little bit tough.

It's always a shock at first. Then

you move on. You RiRi build your life.

Labor had power in New South Wales

for 16 years. Yes, it's extraordinary.

How is the state going to change now?

We are talking about the first

Liberal government in a generation

in some spurbs,

in some spurbs suburbs, particularly

the suburbs where Labor has been in

power for the last 100 years. It

will be a seismic shift, I think if

Barry is not careful, he will be the

most hated man in Australia in about

2 years, the expectations are so

high. Sydneysiders are very humbling

creatures. We want everything, we

want it now and we want it for nothing. The transport stuff is

hugely important. But he is going to

have to - I mean, there

have to - I mean, there is the

things like the rail link. The M4

will have to be built, the M5 east

duplication will have to happen.

These are very expensive underground

rail projects. They will cost

billions of dollars. They don't have

any money in the kicker because

Barry knocked the electricity

privatisation which knocked

privatisation which knocked the Labor Party on the head. Everything

is coming at

is coming at him.

That's one of the things they are

going to delay the budget until they

go and have a look at how much

there is in

go and have a look at how much money there is in the Kitty. They will

look at where the Labor Party has

been squirreling away money, by

been squirreling away money, by the I am time we get to September, they

will have a much better idea. They

will made it clear that they are

prepared to borrow. Then they will

priority those very large things. $ priority those very large things.

$1,000 says we will find a budget black hole.

I will have that bet with you

You saw it here first.

Richo, were you surprised

Richo, were you surprised that Kristina Keneally stepped down last

night as leader straight away?

No, I think I said during the

commentary earlier on, that you

couldn't stay on as leader after you

led the party to the biggest defeat.

She can't be blamed for this,

really, can she.

She shouldn't take responsibility

for the whole lot. If you look at

the trend of the poll, Morris got

Labor into the 20s and then Nathan

Rees took them down further. Then

she was elected, the hope being she

would take Labor up a bit. At least

get it to 30. She took it down

further. She last to take

responsibility for that. If you've

gone down from 26 to 23, that's

still pretty poor. I don't think it

was viable to put your hand up and

say, look I know this is a shocker,

we have just won nothing, we have

lost all our heartland that I

lost all our heartland that I want to be leader. That wasn't going to work.

What are the Federal implications we

have now got Victoria, WA and have now got Victoria, WA and now New South have now got Victoria, WA and now

New South Wales to the Libs.

Possibly Queensland later on this

year. What is that going to do federalry

That's a problem for Julia That's a problem for

That's a problem for Julia Gillard

that she now has 3 Liberal that she now has 3 Liberal Premiers

to deal with and Barry O'Farrell has

made it clear that he won't be

signing up to a lot of federally

agreements, particularly on the

health care which is big for Labor.

So, it is another complication for

her trying to get agreements with

the states. Although the big ticket

stuff and the big political stuff

like the carbon tax, she doesn't need the stuff need the

need the states but he can cause

trouble. He is already starting to

speak to that and it complicates

things even further for Julia

Gillard in terms of the electoral

landscape, it shows both parties if

they needed to know, that you can't

take the electorate for granted.

Richo was talking about electricity

privatisation, that was an issue

that I think was the Labor malaise

in New South Wales. There were

attrocious acts of

attrocious acts of personal

irresponsibility in this government.

People like to blame

People like to blame governments for things, this government gave them

immense reason to blame them for just about anything.

There was a bit of a sense of relief

ras a New South Wales.

I think that's the whole thing, we

are now looking forward to a

government that isn't scandal ridden

which has passion and commitment and

integrity. That is work for the

people of the state.

Expectation management will be a

good issue for Barry. It's a good

problem to have, but when you come

in with a big change mandate. People

expect to see change and they

expect to see change and they are

going to want to see change.

That's why we have seen Premiers

like Jeff Kennett report

like Jeff Kennett deliver it. Now we

will see it.

The prospect of a scandal free

government just terrifies me. I will

be devastated.

What is Joe going to write about for

the next 4 years. We will have to

leave it there. Thank you for

talking to us. Half a million demonstrators have marched through central London. They're protesting against the toughest cuts to public spending since World War II. Our UK correspondent Martin Frizell has more. Good morning, Martin. What exactly are the protests over?

Andrew, good morning, the UK is deep

in debt. The budget has to be

balanced. It was public sector

workers who are facing thousands of

job losses in the coming months.

They don't like it. It

They don't like it. It was by and

large a peaceful protest, half a

million on the streets, organised by

the trades union, they marched

through the city of London, down to

Parliament square and by all

accounts, it was a very well

behaved, almost a carnival atmosphere.

Martin, the budget cuts are not

entirely unexpected. They were

announced by David Cameron before

announced by David Cameron before he was elected Prime Minister. So, has

that taken some of the sting out of

the protest or do you expect them to

ramp up from here. ramp up from here.?

Well, it was expected that we knew

numbers were coming out today. We

have known for sometime as you said

there was going to be quite a lot of

job losses. The there is still some

negotiating going on but the country

is almost broke so they have to take

some of the pain. It was peaceful

but by and large the problems came a

few hours into it when a

few hours into it when a group of

some 4 or 500, many of them dressed

head to toe in black. Took

themselves away from the protest and

went down big streets such as

Piccadilly, Regent street, Oxford

Street, they smashed the Ritz hotel,

they occupied a very Posh store,

they attacked most banks they could

find. McDonald's anything that they

thought was as they said on their

daubing on the paint. Fat cats. They have been lighting fires in

have been lighting fires in the past

half hour. This is the time of night

when theatre land very

when theatre land very busyment there are people with children who

are on street corners. It's like

cats and mice running around, the

police trying to contain them. They

are having great difficulties done

that. London is not on fire but

central London, many streets are in

lock down just now and there will be

an inquiry with the police as to how

they allowed this to happen. They

are taking the gloss off what was a

very pest fall, demonstration.

Yes. Like the student protests last

year. But they were peaceful, we

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You almost got caught out eating

toast again. That happened nearly

twice in two days. Media watch will

be on to us next.

I probably have Vegemite all over my

face. Sorry, it is news time. Here is Jess.

Save some toast for me please. Good morning. Barry O'Farrell is waking up this morning as the new Premier of New South Wales after the Liberals claimed a landslide win in the state election. Labor suffered a massive swing against it - of around 17%, with the Liberals picking up dozens of seats in areas known as 'Labor Heartland'. Wherever you live, whatever your job, whatever your heritage, whatever your religion or lifestyle, we will deliver. Kristina Keneally conceded defeat and told her party faithful she wouldn't re-contest the leadership.

She'll now take up a position on the backbench. While the Liberal Party celebrates, political commentators have been looking back at just where the Labor Party went wrong. Kristina Keneally took the blame last night for losing the voters that had been so loyal for so long. I would suggest probably that, um, electricity was the biggest problem. Because it was an internal fight where Labor bashed itself up for about 3.5 years. You had three leaders in that period. But the genesis of that was in the fight in electricity. The jury in the trial of a Melbourne man who threw his daughter off the West Gate Bridge will enter their fourth day of deliberations today. Jurors deliberated until 7:00 last night without reaching a verdict in the trial of Arthur Freeman. The 37-year-old has pleaded not guilty to murdering his 4-year-old daughter, Darcey, in 2009. His barrister claims his client was mentally impaired at the time. Japanese officials say radiation levels have jumped ten-fold in sea water near the crippled Fukushima power plant. Workers are battling to stabilise the facility. Iodine levels in water near the plant is more than one-thousand times above the legal limit. Meanwhile, Singapore has suspended imports of fruit and vegetables from Japan. And Australian landmarks were some of the first around the world to go dark in last night's Earth Hour.

The equivalent of 2 million energy-saving light bulbs were switched off across Sydney at 8:30 with the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Luna Park plunging into darkness. To be in 134 countries, and to see it go past race, religion, geographical boundaries is an outstanding thing to see. The aim of Earth Hour is to encourage us all to conserve non-renewable energy. The Adelaide Crows have shown plenty of steel, bouncing back from five goals down in the third quarter to claim a 105-85 upset win over the Hawks in their AFL season opener. It was a nail-biter in the other match at the Gabba

with the Dockers clawing past Brisbane to snatch a 2-point win 94-92. The NRL's bottom-feeders, the Cronulla Sharks, have proven they won't be easy-beats this season,

claiming back-to-back wins after bringing down the Penrith Panthers 44-12. New Penrith recruit Timana Tahu says they've got a lot of work to do.

It was just one of those days, everyone was making mistakes, just little basic mistakes. And Wests' 10-point win over the Canberra Raiders has been marred by a serious hip injury to centre Chris Lawrence while Lote Tuqiri has a suspected broken arm. In Super Rugby, the Waratahs have claimed a last-gasp victory in their local derby against the Brumbies with a try to Sitaleki Timani in the dying seconds in Canberra. The replacement back rower crashed his way through a wall of defenders to break a 22-all deadlock and get the 'Tahs some crucial points. And the Stormers had a field day against the Force in Cape Town with a 51-16 smashing. Mark Webber will start from third on the grid at the Australian F1 Grand Prix in Melbourne today. He's chasing Sebastian Vettel, who claimed pole, and McLaren's Lewis Hamilton. And Sri Lanka has booked a spot in the World Cup semifinal with New Zealand after cruising to a 10-wicket win over England. COMMENTATOR: He's got it through! That's the shot that brings Tharanga through! and Sri Lanka have won the match.

Well done to the host and well done

to Shane Perkins for the Aussie

overnight in the Netherlands. He

should appear magically, he is camping.

Good morning guy, I am at the

Coleman camp out which is here at

the BIG 4 in Mannering park or the BIG 4 in Mannering park or lake Macquarie the BIG 4 in Mannering park or lake the BIG 4 in Mannering park or Lake

Macquarie where we are. A little bit

of rain around. It looks like it

will clear up to be a beautiful day.

Justin and Ryan are on the barbeque.

We have got 16 families here. Good

morning everyone. Who have been

camping out over the weekend. What

is on the menu?

Bacon and eggs. Standards

And sausages of course.

Were you in charge of last night's dinner.

Last night we let all the family do

it themselves. So we had a my camp

kitchen rules. All the family cook

in a set menu and it was a success I

think. Nobody has got sick from the

food last night so I think it has been good.

Nobody was getting in trouble for

putting their husband down.

There was a little bit of that, but

I think that's standard. Let's have

a look at the forecast. Weekend Sunrise weather - brought to you by Crimsafe security screens and doors. If it's not Crimsafe, it's not crim safe. A large high is keeping Tasmania and Victoria mostly clear and dry while sending showery south-easterly winds to the NSW coast. A trough extending across the Queensland tropics is triggering scattered showers and storms. Hot dry easterlies are feeding into a trough along the west coast. Let's take a look at the capital cities and Brisbane can expect showers today. Wet conditions will continue over the coming days.

Into Sydney - a showery week ahead.

Temperatures will peak at 28 on Wednesday. Mostly sunny in Canberra. Some cloud tomorrow. Showers later in the week. Morning drizzle in Melbourne. However, it will be mostly sunny over the next couple days. A fine few days for Hobart. But showers are expected to develop on Wednesday.

Mostly sunny in Adelaide. Showers Wednesday. Clearing Thursday. Perth can expect a sunny week. Temperatures in the low to mid 30s. And in Darwin, showers and storms today. Those conditions will persist for the rest of the week.

G'day mate, what is your name Jack.

Now, were you guys part of the my

kitchen camp out competition last night? Yeah.

How did you go? What did you guys prepared. Third.

Very good. What did you make

Very good. What did you make?

Chinese chicken, wasn't it? Chinese

chicken special, what is the

special, the chicken?

special, the chicken?.

The spices. Spider loved it. Spida

Everitt is here and Ethiad has been here for Everitt is here and Ethiad has been Everitt is here and Ethiad has Everitt is here and Ethiad Everitt is here and

Everitt is here and ET. What was the

movie you were watching. Toy story 3.

How many times have you seen it? About five times.

Never enough. Enjoy your breakfast,

thank you for having us. We will be

back in half an hour. The rain is

starting again. What is going on?

It's not camping unless its raining.

That's the attitude. Alright, see

you soon.

Unless there is Chinese chicken,

standing in the tent and rain.

It sound like dad was prepared with

the preparation of the Chinese khib

even. I love it. even. I love even. I even. the preparation of the Chinese khib

the preparation of the Chinese Khib

chicken, it's a chicken that

represents all of China.

A true international dish. Hard to

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I once had an $

I once had an $8 in lt aos. It was

the equivalent of 8 Australian

dollars. It was from the

dollars. It was from the capital

city. The nose piece of the

aeroplane had gaffer tape around it.

That is why it was an $

That is why it was an $8 flight.

As we were coming into land, there

was no door on the cockpit so you

could see everything the two pilots

were doing, as we Kerr coming into

land, not only was the co-pilot

wiping down the back of the

windscreen with his hand, on the

runway, there were people chasing dogs with

dogs with before we landed. It was great.

Can we do a little asterisk, that

Jetstar does not use gaffer tape

No, they have never bought a

secondhand aircraft from Air Laos.

The girl in the booking office said there is a $

there is a $5. Flight. They are

helicopters. I said

helicopters. I said that's alright.

She goes roughly one in 20 of them

don't come back. OK, I will pay the extra $

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joins us for more. Good morning. We'll start with Fiji. This exclusive resort is rumoured to be where Oprah put her feet up

First family holiday I ever went on

to Fiji. Later wiped out in a

monsson I believe. What can you tell us about Fiji.

That's not where Oprah choose to go

when she came to Australia. After

she had all her add

she had all her add rational at the Opera House, she wanted a bit of

piece and quiet. So she went to a

fantastic place, called Laluka

island, about 45 minutes from Nandi

where she had her own private pool,

her Hot'n'Cold running butlers.

That sounds fun, doesn't it?

A private chef. On this eye

happened, she could have paid a happened, she could have paid a cool $ happened, she could have paid a cool

$1 million US dollars and had the

whole place for herself and 25 of her closest friends.

Was that a night.

For a million, you get a whole week.

You would want to, wouldn't you. Next is Bali. I believe one can bathe in Baileys if one desires at this place? ?

It's In bailies. I don't like spas

that are all about detox. This one

you get a milk bath but you get

Baileys on the side. She do

champagne bath. Bubbles in the water

and bubbles on the side and

strawberries and chocolate to eat as

well. That is in Bali on the out island.

I don't go that strawberry bragt. I

find the stems clog up the find the stems clog up the plug.

You are going for the design and the

fact that to spend sometime in

isolation. fact that to spend sometime in isolation.. Onto the Maldives. This place is so secluded your butler has to row out to you?

A 6 senses resort. And they have

residences that look like something

isolated on the water like a tribal

palace, a Mad Max meets ultra

Luxembourg, you could say these

were. Your butler has to row out. I

hope they don't shake up the

champagne on the way.

No, you wouldn't want any passing

ferries, that would tip them overboard.

The lagoon is shallow for that? Are

these places booked out all year

round by the mega wealthy.

This particular one is very popular

with celebrities. They had a party

for the birthday of the resort and

there was racing driver, Michael

Schumacher. Paul Smith.

A bit difficult to get around and talk to ev.

That's good.

I think that's the joy of them. They

like the isolation. You don't have

to have hair and make-up before you

go to the pool and dinner.

go to the pool and dinner.. Our next location is favoured by not only celebs but swimsuit photographers?

I think you are talking about

Caribbean. These islands have

particularly white beaches so they

have sports illustrations go there

with their swimsuits but I don't

think on the resort so much

think on the resort so much because

you get Will Smith and Sienna Miller

and Riahanna, and so on, it's a very

private resort.

Very hard to get your exposure right

as a fashion photographer on those extremely white sands.

You get a lot of reflex there. You

have to get a tan.

I wouldn't go where the swimsuit

models are. models are.. Finally, Bora Bora. Nicole and Keith spent their honeymoon here?

She went to a place called the royal

pavillion that has 3 separate

pavillion, complete isolation. Eva

Longoria also went here to celebrate

her relationship now no more. I

think Nicole likes this better than

Fiji. She went to Fiji with Tom

Cruise.

Eva would love that. Look at the

acres of gardens there. She would

have all those gardeners.

I thought you were suggesting she

might do the garden?

I don't think - no, Whoopi

I don't think - no, Whoopi Goldberg is the green thumb.

It was a nice little dream while we

are sitting here in the rain. Isn't it lovely?

Isn't it lovely?. Sunday's showbiz headlines follow the break, including Lindsay to drop Lohan. Why the starlet wants to give up her surname. Plus, it's a wrap - Oprah outlines the date for the final airing of her show. Tomm Taylor is our man in Hollywood. Good morning. Lindsay Lohan wants to give up her surname. What's the story?

You know, 24-year-old actress who

thinks she can go by one name like

Madonna or Sher. Her mother has been

speaking to reporters. Lindsay is

going to drop her last name, Dina

Lohan, that's Mother of the Year,

she will change her name back to her

original natural name being

Sullivan. Ali, Lohan also wants to

drop the Lohan but you are right,

the courts will be able to lock her

up or following her around, she is

still on probation whether she is a

one name wonder or not.

one name wonder or not.. . It would

be more fun just filing against

Lindsay though. She should auction

off her surname for charity. off her surname for charity.. Oprah has revealed her final show will air in just a couple of months. What's in store for the finale?

Well, it's going to be a surprise

but we know the final date,

but we know the final date, meaning Oprah Winfrey last been broadcasting

in America for 25 years. It will end

on 25 May. We don't know the guests

but she on a hiatus now

but she on a hiatus now until 7 April. She will come back with

original programming and kicking it

off with a bang, maybe the final

show, everybody you get a car, you

get a car but we will have to watch

and see if Tom Cruise jump Os a sofa.

Everybody has a car who has been to

Oprah, maybe a caravan or a garage.

Mm. Tommy, we have run out of time.

I wanted to know what Elton John was

going to do for Prince William

going to do for Prince William and Kate Middleton. We will have to ask you next hour.

Two hours from now.

Two hours from now. We will see you soon.

Elton could do away with his

surname. Just Elton, he could just use the John. Kate Middleton. She is Catherine now. After the break - news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise on the Seven Network. Same age. Same income. Same super contribution. The difference? His fund does not pay commissions to financial planners. His does. His fees are lower. His fees - higher. Industry Super Funds are run only to benefit members. Make sure you're in a super fund that carries this symbol. This program is captioned live. This morning - the people have spoken. Barry O'Farrell's Coalition clinches one of the biggest triumphs in Australian history. Keneally quits. The former premier cops the wrap for Labor's bloodbath

and steps down as New South Wales leader. Plus, Bingle's bungle. Police officially question the model's driving record. And bully beat-down - the TV show which pits bullies against professional fighters. Also today... It's a lot more comfortable than playing at a stadium, you know?

Playing at home, I didn't even get out of my pyjamas in the morning. It was great. Back to basics. The Foo Fighters return to their rock roots. Then - lap up some luxury. The most exclusive resorts in the world. It's Sunday 27 March 2011. Now back to Weekend Sunrise with Andrew and Sam.

Welcome back. I was thinking ow

after Ant guard, we were talking

about people dropping their

surnames. Oprah, is just Oprah.

Lindsay Lohan is just Lindsay. Years

ago, Kochie dropped her first name.

He is way ahead of

He is way ahead of the curve on that

one. Are you going to be Sam or armo.

I will think about it during the necessary.

Jess take it away. The New South Wales Labor Party has been all but wiped off the map with the Liberals celebrating a landslide victory in the state election. As Barry O'Farrell prepares to take the reigns as Premier, the Labor Party could be left with as few as 19 seats. Barry O'Farrell marched to the tune of victory into a party 16 years in the making. ALL: (CHANT) Barry, Barry, Barry, Barry! The Coalition triumphed with the biggest swing in Australian history,

estimated at around 17%. This the victory for everyone that wanted to make New South Wales number one again. (CHEERING) 400 people celebrated at Parramatta Leagues Club and at the close of counting it appeared the Labor heartland was all but gone. We won tonight seats we never dreamed of ever winning. Far from a dream for Kristina Keneally,

dressed in black and the smile wiped from her face as she conceded defeat. And I am sorry that I could not deliver government for the Australian Labor Party in 2011. Ms Keneally took responsibility for the bloodbath, announcing she won't re-contest the leadership

and will take up a position on the backbench. The people of New South Wales who entrusted us with government for 16 years, did not leave us, we left them. Mr O'Farrell is promising not to let those traditional Labor voters down, vowing to govern for all of New South Wales.

A teenage girl remains in a critical condition after a shocking fatal crash south-west of Melbourne. A 17-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl died when the car they were travelling in smashed into a pole in Werribee yesterday. A 16-year-old girl is fighting for her life. I knew straight away that they had died. I knew. Ah, it was just horrible.

The 22-year-old male driver suffered serious head injuries and died in hospital. A search will resume this morning for a man and a young boy missing off Queensland's south-east coast. The 36-year-old and 9-year-old boy failed to return home last night after setting sail off Cleveland Point.

They were heading towards Peel Island. Two helicopters will join up to 10 boats in the search today. A small group of teenagers refused to believe

a party advertised on Facebook earlier this month was cancelled, turning up to the Sydney home overnight to see if anything was happening. The teenage girl was forced to cancel her 16th birthday party after more than 200,000 people accepted the open invitation. Police patrolled the area around the home and spoke to several teens who arrived at the house.

Hundreds of masked protestors have clashed with riot police as huge protests fill the streets of London. Half a million people took to the streets, demonstrating over the Government's spending cuts and concerns about job losses. While most of the protestors behaved, heavily armed police did struggle to control the violence in some areas. A number of people and police officers were injured. And more details of the royal wedding are starting to emerge with William and Kate deciding on who will design their wedding cake. The couple has chosen well-known British cake designer Fiona Cairns to create a multi-tiered traditional fruit cake, decorated with a floral theme. The cake is also likely to feature the pair's initials.

Hopefully she won't turn up wearing

that hair net and hat for the wedding.

Not a very attractive look.

Maybe they could have gone for the

old pile, Profiteroles.

How about that girl cancelling that party.

200,000 people, imagine how much

trouble that girl is in with her parents.

Those poor parents, they must have been. Those poor parents, they must have been....

Didn't the father OK it? I think the

father OKed it. I think they

father OKed it. I think they thought it was quite a joke.

A bit tricky getting around to

200,000 people F you weren't near

the kitchen door, you would probably miss out.

Wow have to feel for the

neighbourness this situation

Sorry, Simon, some sport. The Brisbane Lions have lost their first season opener at the Gabba since 1998 but their performance against Fremantle was applauded

by coach Voss and the fans. With the off-season Brendan Fevola distractions and missing key players for the match, the Lions went in underdogs.

But they came so close, surrendering to a late Freo charge to be defeated 94-92. To make matters worse, they lost Brent Staker to a knee injury, skipper Jonathan Brown, who had his nose broken and big Mitch Clark, reducing their bench to nothing. The other season opener was won by the comeback Crows over the Hawks by 20 points in Adelaide. Penrith Panthers recruit Timana Tahu failed to make an impact for his new team as the home side copped a savage mauling courtesy of the Cronulla Sharks in Round 2 of the NRL. Tahu gave away a penalty with his first touch, thanks to a sloppy play the ball,

and was targeted in defence by the Sharks. He was taken off before full time suffering cramps. Matty didn't want... He didn't expect too much expectations of me and still, you know, on the scoreboard, you know, personally I should have done a little bit better. And a nervous wait for the Wests Tigers this week after star players Chris Lawrence and Lote Tuqiri were injured during their 10-point win over the Raiders. The Waratahs have broken a 6-year drought in Canberra with a last-gasp try that sealed a 29-22 win over the Brumbies. It's a much-needed confidence boost for the 'Tahs

after their demoralising loss at home last week to the Cheetahs. To put ourselves in a position to win that game like we did and to come back right at the death there. It's a pretty big effort from the guys. And the Stormers have run in six tries to a solitary effort from James O'Connor, belting the Force 51-16 in South Africa. Sebastian Vettel will start from pole for today's Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne but he'll feel the heat from team-mate Mark Webber - third on the grid, hoping for a first podium finish at his home track. (ENGINE REVS) McLaren's Lewis Hamilton splits the pair of Red Bulls. And Australian Anna Meares has won her second gold at the Track Cycling World Championships, beating Simona Krupeckaite in two races to add the individual sprint title to her CV.

RACE CALLER: Here we come around after the bell. Meares looks like she's got this one easily. Yep!

Well done, Michael fry Burg one and

Shane Perkins the Kieran, the

Australian cyclists are on fire

ahead of London.

What is the OmnioM.

That's a good question. It's a new

discipline which they will basically

have it at London for the first

time, where you - it's multi

discipline so you are sprinting, you

are in a pack race, all different stuff. OK.

Omnium, it's the ultimate iron man

of track cycling.

Imagine the leg burn in that

That's why they are on fun.

Friction. Lycra

If they could wear a fire proof

suit, imagine streaking past the

winning post with the flames

trailing behind. Then do a victory lap.

A bit like the crusty Demons.

That's what I am thinking.

Jess, don't encourage him. It's

weather time. Let's get some

weather. JT, have you caught anything yet.

anything yet.? Not yet. Still have

plenty of time. We are taking life

at a very relaxed pace at the

moment. Lake Macquarie at the moment

is home to 16 families that Coleman

have brought here for the Coleman

camp out. All weekend they have been

doing fun activities like this. Fishing.

Fishing. Thank you very much, I

think Thomas has caught a towed

fish. Jacinta is probably winning

with a little brim that she caught

yesterday.

I catched 3 fish yesterday.

What else did you catch? Another Towed fish.

They are in abundance at the moment.

Do you do much fishing when you are not here?

Who do you fish with?

My dad. You said that before.

I know.

Good rehearsal.

Who normally catches the biggest fish.

Me.

Tell us how big the biggest fish you

have ever caught it

That big.

Hold it up again.

If anyone asks you, I would say that

is about 2 metres. No.

Alright, Thomas. Andrew et inhouse

even was here yesterday. After the

forecast and we haven't practised

this bit. He is going to show us how

to hook up some bait but first,

let's have a look at the forecast. Weekend Sunrise weather - brought to you by Crimsafe security screens and doors. If it's not Crimsafe, it's not crim safe. On the regional fly-around - A shower or two for Cairns. A top of 24 for Toowoomba. Showers in Brisbane. In New South Wales - showers in Coffs Harbour. Showers in Newcastle. A top of 22 in Sydney. Sunny in Canberra. Sunny in Mildura.

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Alright, Tam r Thomas so yet, ET,

Andrew was here, teaching the

Andrew was here, teaching the kids

how to bait up. You can give me your

Rod. Show me through it. What did he

suggest you do?

Put it through the head once,

through the same spot again.

OK, so through the head, he reckons

you do it twice. Yeah.

What is it, a bit of warm.

It's a little bit of squid or Octopus. Squid.

So you've gone through the head

twice. What is next?

You put it there. And you do that

Nimble finger, aren't they?

He has dropped a row.

Alright. Mate. What with b a round

of applause for Thomas. Live on

television, he managed to do it.

Good on you, Thomas.

Let's hope we get something more

than a towed fish this time. We will

just relax for half an hour, we will

see you back here in Lake Macquarie.

Working with children and animals

and plenty of aplomb

Only JT could handle it. . Coming up on Weekend Sunrise - the Victorian footy team with the weight of a town on its shoulders. Plus, more on the bloodbath of state politics. Buy four tyres from Beaurepaires, and you'll get a 12-month Fun Pass to many popular attractions. And if your four tyres cost over $800, you'll also get a $100 Ticketmaster Gift Voucher. For our Just 4 Fun offer, drop into... (SCREAMS) ..Beaurepaires! New South Wales voters showed no mercy to the Keneally government in yesterday's state election.

The Coalition will now have an overwhelming majority

in the New South Wales Parliament. So what will they do with this power? I am joined by Seven's chief political reporter Mark Riley along with political commentator Graham Richardson, former NSW Liberal leader Kerry Chikarovski and the 'Daily Telegraph's Joe Hildebrand. Good morning. Mark, let's start with you. ,

This is unprecedent the

parliamentary power for

parliamentary power for the New South Wales Liberals, for any

Liberal government at a state level

in Australia. What are they going to

do with all this power? Kristina

Keneally kept accusing them of

having no detrail. In their plans

It is unprecedented. This is a

bigger wipe out than 1932. It's a

virtual US problem for Barry

O'Farrell to have, you would

O'Farrell to have, you would rather

be him than the other side. But it

does come with some complications.

He needs to use the mandate,

He needs to use the mandate,, it is

a thumping mandate. He needs to use

it quickly. In the first year. All

the tough decisions need to be

the tough decisions need to be made in the first years and the people

will forgive him tough decisions

because they are expecting it. They

are expecting a bit of tough love.

They need it and then 3 years to bed

it down. There are practical

problems, the government will now

arc across the benches into the

opposition side because there aren't

enough seats through the number of

members of this new government. But

they all need something to do as

well. Without an effective

opposition, I mean, we are looking

at a Labor Party of 19, possibly 20

members, governments with this sort

of majority tend to become their own

opposition. Internally working against them.

You have a some Nats in there, the extreme crystal right of extreme crystal right of the New South extreme crystal right of the

South Wales Liberal Party who have

been pretty much in check for the

last 4 years. Is this the point

which Barry managerial skills will have to come into play.

Can I just say this, this furnish

file about the extreme, Christian

right running the Labor ral party. I

am so over it.

They are a very active voice in They are a very active voice in the New South Wales Liberal Party.

There are some extremely right

religious party in

religious party in the Labor Party.

But the thing about political

parties is they often have a broad

range of views. The Liberal Party is

a very broad church but let me say

that the best thing that Barry has

done in the last 4 years is bring

all those people together with a

common purpose. That is to have good

solid accountable government for the

people of New South Wales. That's

what his mandate is. That is what he has asked from the people

has asked from the people of New South Wales. All this rubbish. He

was very clear about what he wants

to deliver to New South Wales. That

is honest, accountable, solid and

government which is doing what it

should do. Focussed on the community

and not focussed on itself.

I think if that's all he can do, the people of New South Wales will be very pleased about that.

And mightily relieved. It's been a

long time since that has happened.

Kerry, it's great to be here.

Juventus to allow us our moment in the sun.

Graham, Kristina Keneally took

responsibility for last night's

loss. We chatted to her yesterday.

She refused to accept the notion

that they had lost the election

before she became Premier but

really, Labor in New South Wales it

is widely conceded have abandoned

their core philosophies and haven't

really replaced them with anything

Tarongaible or meaning full for voters. Tarongaible or meaning full for voters.?

I don't know if they abandoned their

core. The way they presented

themselves, certainly made it look

like that. If you look at Western

Sydney, if you were sitting

Sydney, if you were sitting in Western Sydney on Friday night and

there were a couple of blokes in

there were a couple of blokes in the

publication what one said what has

the Labor Government done for us? I

don't think the other fellow will

have a answer. Everything got tied

up with long term promises about

railways when things like the M5

east, just stood there like a

parking lot every day. A remainder

to all those seats, Campbelltown in

Victoria, all those things that

Labor was doing nothing for them.

You couldn't convince

You couldn't convince anyone to

You couldn't convince anyone to move on it. I tried. With the electricity

sell off. One thing everybody has to

remember, it's assumed by all the ee

leets, it is a good idea to sell off

electricity. There has never been a

poll that suggest that 40% have

supported it. The

supported it. The mob don't want it.

Yet Labor made it the fight for 3

years. Internal rows were terrible.

The site of that knks, with Michael

Kostas spitting everyone.

Do you think Keneally hadn't become

so embroiled in the electricity

debacle and the ensuing paroguing of

Parliament, they may have stood a chance.

This is what a lot of Labor staffers

said to me, even after all the

electricity thing got blown up,

Nathan Rees came along from the

left, but then they brought it back.

I mean, this is a snake that just

loves biting its own tail. Why on

earth, I was reminded of federal

Labor in the last election. Like,

they made - they call an election on

asylum seekers. Are these people

suicidal? They just go for the one

thing. It's like the scream a piller

on The Simpsons, that is attracted

to fire. They only want the one

thing that will destroy them

snoochlt that is exactly what it's like.

But it was really interesting, the,

we had people who were door

we had people who were door knocking in the western suburbs of Sydney,

people didn't understand the term

Parouging that's she had stopped an

inquiry into something she was proud

of. Kristina, and whoever gave

of. Kristina, and whoever gave her that advice, to do so, managed to

shoot herself in the foot. It was

not just the electricity, it was the

whole way in which the whole thing

was handled and yet

Remarkably, she retained quite a

buoyant personal approval rating

compared to many of her colleagues anyway.

This is a fallacy. She did not. Her

personal approval ratings tanksed.

Had