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(generated from captions) device strapped to Maddie Pulver Police find fingerprints on the hoax and hunt a man who may have done it. the government A court injunction stops off Christmas Island. flying asylum seekers Taxpayers' money thrown away. didn't want you to see. The explosive report the government Fears of a second GFC another horror day. as the share market faces from a coma. The baby who woke her mum story live. The family share their incredible this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Good morning. so Kylie Gillies is here. Mel is on assignment this week Kylie Gillies is getting up early. Thank you. Not very much traffic at this time of the morning, is it? Quite fabulous. I had a dream run in. Thank you for having me this week. I'm looking forward to it. A busy morning ahead for everyone. to push on with the Malaysia swap The Gillard Government is vowing temporarily. despite the High Court stopping it to the refugee advocate We'll speak live later this hour. who's taking the government to court Nat has more on that story. But for now, A High Court judge of asylum seekers to Malaysia has delayed today's first transfer controversial people-swap deal. under the Federal Government's has won an injunction Refugee lawyer David Manne to postpone the transfer this afternoon. until an emergency court hearing asking the court to rule There are very vulnerable people really has the power to expel them on whether the Australian Government to a situation in Malaysia they will not be protected. where they feel Chris Bowen says Immigration Minister for legal challenges. the government is prepared by Seven News has revealed An extensive investigation massive waste and mismanagement Indigenous programs. by the Federal Government's An explosive Cabinet document shows wasting billions of taxpayer dollars the government has admitted it's have failed. and says many of the programs The report also says are too complex and confusing. many of the policies of the world is running out of money Well, at a time when the rest to everyday Australians. this sort of waste is an affront the documents secret. The government had tried to keep to be another bloodbath It's expected on the Australian share market today first ever credit rating downgrade. as we react to America's our stocks last week $100 billion was wiped off more heavy loses today. and experts are expecting in the Middle East There was a sea of red to react to the situation in the US. where markets were the first Bank held emergency talks overnight Governors of the European Central Italian debt to contain the turmoil. to consider whether to start buying in the hunt for an extortionist Fresh clues have emerged to the neck of Sydney schoolgirl, who chained a fake bomb Madeleine Pulver. on parts of the device Fingerprints have been discovered the evidence will prove. but it's unknown how useful most prestigious schools It comes as one of Sydney's comes under police scrutiny. passages from a novel The extortion letter included reading list at Shore, which is on the recommended brothers and friends. a school attended by Maddie's Premier Mike Rann Embattled South Australian this morning is expected to make a statement engulfing his government. about the leadership crisis He arrived in Adelaide last night a trade mission to India. after cutting short Mr Rann has agreed to step down Jay Weatherill. in favour of Education Minister It's great to be back, such a good welcome here it's great to have with you tomorrow and I'll be issuing a statement and also having a chat at all? Do you feel betrayed, Premier, late last night He emerged from an Adelaide hotel what he said were friends. after holding talks with a mother humpback whale this morning The race is on to find on a Gold Coast Beach overnight. after her calf washed up the 3-week-old became beached Marine experts don't know how if he's to survive. but say he'll need his mother soon is really velcroed to Mum. and an animal of that size They feed continually, when they're this age. they need a lot of nourishment It's believed caught in shark nets. the youngster's mum could've become Coming up - the kids' fight club. doctors want banned. The violent sport here's Kochie with finance. But for now, In finance news: Now, how the Dow performed over the Now,

weekend could be a little deceived. Saturday morning up 61 points, after the market closed Standard & Poor's cut the American credit rating down from AAA to AA+ so the market didn't react there. We will see the consequences today. Not sure about a big blood bath here, I think our investors will be really nervous and want to wait to see what's going on overseas and particularly Wall Street tonight. We were down 183, 171 points on Friday. Just an absolute blood bath. Oil price staying low. Remember, fears of a global recession means less demand for oil. That pushes the oil price down. Standard & Poor's made history Credit ratings agency long-term credit rating of the US as they've downgraded their from AAA to AA+. Morning. Craig James is at CommSec. of this What are the long-term implications for Aussie investors? and what will it mean Well, it basically won't mean anything. This is more a history-making type event. More symbolic than anything else. You won't see China dump holdings of US securities so at the end of the day it may not mean carnage on the markets as you expect. In fact, the Saudi Arabian market ended Sunday's trade higher. The Aussie dollar could lose a bit of support. It is at 104. at 104.2 cents at the moment. One thing that could come out of it positively, if it continues to role on in European and US markets Reserve Bank would cut interest on in European and US markets the rates. Motorists could get something out of it. The oil price has come down and

down and you may see lower prices at the pump. Not fear and loathe but it serves as warning to get their act into serves as warning to get their act into gear. The Standard & Poors say the ceiling is fine, the politicians The Standard & Poors say the debt have mucked us around, you are the reason we have cut it because you are fools. Hopefully it gives them a good kick up the pants and say it is time to act in the interests of the American people and the global population rather than serving their own interests. Stop playing politics and of course, he is wearing his St Kilda tie, good luck to your boys, I wish I had a win too. Thanks, Kochie, the Port Adelaide tie is still in the box. Nic Naitanui enhanced his reputation as the AFL's most exciting player, last night, with a breathtaking performance in West Coast's comfortable 57-point win over Richmond. Naitanui lit up Patersons Stadium in the second term taking several towering marks and kicking two goals. COMMENTATOR: He's got the sit, he's got the Sherrin, he's got the goal, he's got everything. At Aurora Stadium, three final-quarter goals from Lance Franklin powered Hawthorn to a 17-point win over North Melbourne. While at the Gabba, Adelaide kicked the last four goals to record a stirring 5-point win over Brisbane. Canberra full-back Josh Dugan faces an anxious wait after he was placed on report for stomping in yesterday's loss to Newcastle at Ausgrid Stadium. Knights utility Matt Hilder was left with a nasty head wound as Newcastle cruised to a 32-point victory. In yesterday's other game, Manly thumped the Roosters 36-8 at Brookvale Oval but the win came at a cost, with co-captain Jason King suffering a serious pectoral injury. Brisbane Roar captain Matt McKay appears set to quit the A-League after Scottish giants Glasgow Rangers revealed they're hoping to sign the 28-year-old this week. Meantime, Manchester United has come from two goals down to defeat cross-town rivals Manchester City 3-2

in the annual Community Shield this morning. Portuguese star Nanny bagged a second-half double for United including the winner in stoppage time. Now, how good are our Aussie cyclists at the moment m Cadel wins the Tour de France, Simon Gerrans comes out and wins the Tour of Denmark, Mary would be swinging from the rafters of the palace on that. Good on him. They are firing. Now, Grant is back, bright-eyed and bushy tailed. Good morning. Refreshed, recharged and ready to rock, young man. If you live on the east coast of Australia have you not enjoyed the last week or two o of weather? You bet. Beautiful. Look, it's a pleasure. You are good. The news is, it is all over. So That warmth and sunshine hat you have seen is pretty much all seen is pretty much all gone. A few mills for New South Wales and Victoria but with the return to wintry conditions can I just say, perfect timing, the Winter Festival right in the heart of Sydney, could be Rockefeller Plaza in New York but it ain't! The rink right in the heart of Sydney, it

York but it ain't! The rink at Saint Mary's boom, we are doing it. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Last chance to save 50% off your second lam, sale second lam, sale ends Sunday. A bit of Torvill and Denyer, as we enjoy a latte while I'm at work, for a change. Yes. I was just filling Kylie in on that during the weather. Wasn't me! Wasn't me! It wasn't you? I was in bed all day, never left the house. Okay. For those people who weren't watching last week, Grant was a bit crook. Seriously ill. But then in the paper it spotted him having a latte at some flash cafe. We had a good day out of it, ribbing you. Mistaken identity. I heard, I heard. To be honest, was wagging work, it would have been a beer, not a Liberal Democrat ai. I I heard, I heard. To be honest, if I

was crook! We trust you, see you soon. My goodness! Coming up - actress Selena Gomez stuns millions of girls around the world by dumping Bieber. What?! She dumped him, apparently. And the church that supports smacking children. But next, calls for calm. London gets back to normal after rioters go on rampage. SONG: # Sun is shining in the sky # There ain't a cloud in sight # It's stopped raining # Everybody's in their play # And don't you know it's a beautiful new day? # Hey

# Mr Blue Sky, please tell us why # You had to hide away for so long... # It follows weekend rioting at Tottenham triggered by the fatal shooting of local man Mark Duggan by armed officers. Buildings and vehicles were set alight. Scores of homes and businesses were looted. Calm has been restored, for now, prompting this call from the local MP. I say to those who wanted to come to Tottenham to cause violence and disturbance to stay away. We don't need you. 26 police were injured in the rioting. They're blaming people outside the community for most of it. Sunrise UK correspondent Martin Frizell joins us now live from London. Martin, is the calm still holding? Well, it has just gone quarter past 9 on a balmy Sunday evening but the night is young. There is already one copy cat rioting away, in a neighbouring community in Enfield, cars have been vansalised. The family of Mark Duggan have come out and said they don't want trouble. They did want condone what and said they don't want more happened the other night. They want this to be a peaceful investigation and most importantly, they want answers. It started out peacefully but now there have been arrests. How many? So far, 55 arrests mainly for burglary but others for aggravated violence and assault. It was quite astonishing the astonishing the scenes in London over the past 24 hours where complete shops have been looted by e raiders complete shops have been looted by e raiders. They went into McDonald's and cooked their own hamburgers. Around 5am, broad day lited, there were still people walking around the streets, with no masks on showing off their booty. Police were looking after life and limb and they job was to protect people and not propertyly. All this was sparked by the shooting of Mark Duggan and his of Mark Duggan and his family and friends want more information on the background of the shooting. The

police gave them the information. Are they satisfied now? They say the police didn't give them the information they want. They want to know why he was shot. Basically police sources say he was a gangser, he was no angel but he was known to the criminal world. Friends were suggesting he was being tailed by police on Thursday night. They tried to arrest him, clearly, but shots were fired and suggesting that he fired at them. Now, I can tell you in a few hours time, a newspaper is coming out with the fact they didn't seem to find bullets from a gun he had, what they found were police bullets. Local community are saying if he had a gun it was in a sock and hadn't been taken out. If it is true, believe me, there will be more tension on the streets of London, and if the weather holds, which it looks like it could be. There will be more trouble. Thank you. Still ahead - the damning Cabinet document the government tried to keep secret. Then, the power of touch. The little girl who woke her mum from a coma. But next, the marriage proposal caught on camera and the reporter didn't realise it was going on. # All the lovers #

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I reckon it is brawling in a cage. He said, " He said, "You are old fashioned. It is the new version of boxing". Is it right for us to show the adults doing it? They say it is like cage fighting. It is very regulated. Is it misleading for us to show shots like that when it may be nothing like that. I don't know, I think maybe we need to find out mour about we comment. It is not a cage, it is modified boxing ring. France is famous for its croissants, baguettes and brioche. And now they've helped put an Australian bakery on the map too. The Jean Pierre Sancho Patisserie & Boulangerie Patisserie, do I get paid more money for having to say that? Has just been named Australia's best bakery. It's only been open a year but it's already become a favourite in WA. We'll take you live to the bakery next hour. But tell us about your favourite bakery. What do they do that's so special? The smell. I think the pie, if you make a pie in your bakery, that's a big stamp. The size of your finger bun? Oh! Finger buns and cream buns. There is one at gurxlgong, you can't beat country bakeries, and it is just stunning. -- Gulgong. Vanilla slice? And a good sausage role. Going viral this morning, a love struck man at a Kansas airport was unaware his entire marriage proposal was being broadcast on live TV. The reporter quickly noticed the commotion and called the happy couple over for an impromptu interview. By the way, we're digressing for a moment, they were standing behind me. Did you just propose to her? I did just propose to her. Is it for real or are you faking? Yes. What did you say? Yes. After offering her congratulations the reporter called them back on for a second time so viewers could inspect the engagement ring. Love is sweet. That's great. Also going viral, the TV weather reporter who swallowed a moth. 'Let's pick it up at 6:00am. As usual, not a whole lot going on. But... (COUGHS) I swear a moth just flew into my throat. (COUGHS). I was going to swat it away but that would not be appropriate for TV. I guess it's more appropriate to swallow it. He continued on, even trying to wash down the moth with water offered up by the crew. We figure the moth didn't like his forecast but the little critter has quickly become an internet star. Gee, I hope it was lightly salted. I would rather the finger the Jeanne Pierre Sancho, bla, bla, I would rather the finger bun from bla. Still to come, the setback for the Malaysia solution we'll talk live to the refugee advocate who's brought the swap deal to a halt. But next, news and sport, and Grant's weather from the ice. You're watching Sunrise on the Seven Network. has struck its first legal hurdle. The High Court has granted an 11th-hour injunction, delaying the first group of refugees from being flown to Kuala Lumpa. This is the aircraft that was supposed to fly out of Christmas Island this morning carrying the first group of 16 asylum seeker men to Malaysia. It's now grounded. There are very vulnerable people asking the court, ah, to rule on whether the Australian government really has the power to expel them to a situation in Malaysia where they feel they will not be protected. Refugee lawyer David Manne won an injunction in a special hearing of the High Court last night to stop this morning's transfer from going ahead. His clients want their refugee claims heard in Australia and fear they'll be harmed if they're sent to Malaysia. Beatings, whippings, canings and even deportation. A High Court judge has ordered the plane can't leave before 4:15 this afternoon pending the outcome of an emergency hearing in Canberra today. It comes after a second boatload of asylum seekers arrived at Christmas Island yesterday. 50 were offloaded. Their boat was later towed out to sea by the navy and burned. Some of Australia's major Aboriginal programs could come under review after an explosive Cabinet document revealed the government has admitted it's wasting billions of taxpayer dollars. A Seven news investigation revealed the government was trying to keep the report secret. It makes the BER and the pink batt program look quite trivial. Pages of the report show the government admits it has failed with many of the programs rolled out to help Aboriginal communities. Authorities are investigating the cause of a house fire which gutted a Gold Coast home overnight. The fierce blaze started at 3:45 this morning and it took fire crews more than an hour to control. Everyone inside escaped but one suffered minor burns to the face and was taken to hospital. Australia's largest urban development project has been given the go ahead despite fierce opposition. Sydney's $6 billion Barangaroo development is expected to be personally supervised by New South Wales Premier Barry O'Farrell. The industrial wasteland on Sydney Harbour will be transformed into a high-rise retail and residential precinct. Locals and green groups had argued the planning approvals were flawed. British police remain on alert for fresh outbreaks of violence after fiery riots engulfed a north London suburb. 26 police officers were injured in the unrest after a peaceful demonstration turned violent. Authorities have issued pleas for calm. This is an attack on Tottenham, on people - ordinary people, shopkeepers, women, children, The family of the man who's death sparked the riots has condemned the violence. Markets now and the Dow eked out a 61 point game Saturday morning our time. After that, Standard & Poors cut the credit rating from AAA cut the credit rating from AAA to AA+ cut the credit rating from AAA to AA+. The G 7 and Finance have been meeting overflight and on conference calls to try to work out AA+. The G 7 and Finance Ministers

what to do about Italy, which is the current focus of the debt crisis in Europe. Time for sport. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. Sea Eagles co-captain Jason King is expected to miss the rest of the NRL season after suffering a pectoral injury against the Roosters yesterday. Manly's 28-point victory came at a huge cost with William Hopoate and Steve Matai also suffering injuries. But King is their biggest concern with scans today likely to confirm the worst. One of our most consistent, he's experienced, but someone else will have to step in and do the job. Speaking of stepping in, Canberra full-back Josh Dugan was reported for stomping during the heavy loss to the Knights in Newcastle. West Coast continued its relentless march towards the AFL finals at Patersons Stadium last night with a comfortable 57-point victory over Richmond. Nic Naitanui provided the razzle-dazzle and Daniel Kerr was unstoppable in his return from injury. Earlier yesterday, Hawthorn survived a final quarter rally from North Melbourne to win by 17 points in Tassie. And Mark Bickley's dream introduction to senior coaching continued at the Gabba with the Crows edging out Brisbane by five points. Adam Scott is building a healthy lead midway through the final round of the Bridgestone Invitational. Scott has moved to 15-under for the tournament and holds a 2-stroke advantage over Japanese youngster Rio Ishikawa. Jason Day is at -12, 2 shots behind his fellow Aussie. And Tiger Woods closed with an even-par 70 to finish the tournament at 1-over par. I tell you what, you can't keep him down, no doubt, he was sick last week but a week but a dose of coffee and he is back, on the ice. Focus and commitment is the ingredients of greatness, it is what it takes. We are celebrating that today. It has been marvellous the weather for the east coast of Australia. But to give you a graphic demonstration, we are in front of the Winter Festival, the icerink smack bang in the middle of winter. The weather is turning around, give ush a turning around, Josh! That is a graphic demonstration, turn, as the heat turns and we go back to wintry conditions. WA had a real legup, leg yul! That's your cue. With getting rain, it has been dry but gee they are getting rain, look at the legup they are getting, look at that leg-up. Wow! That is a strange way to do the worth but fun. Storms in Queensland, unusual, doesn't normally happen this time of year, you may have heard the thunder in eastern New South Wales and Queensland. The storms are leaving us. Harritt, how happy are you about the storms going? Very happy. Look at that smile. I could do this all day, this is so much fun, let's have a look at the forecast. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Last chance to save 50% off your second lamp. Sale ends Sunday. An area of low pressure is triggering showers and storms in South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and southern Queensland. Warm northerly winds are affecting north-eastern New South Wales and southern Queensland ahead of a trough. A front is bringing showers to south-west WA. Early fog and showers in Canberra. I don't exactly know what I will be able to demonstrate when I'm out there. I don't think the message will be as clear as Josh and Harr igtt did. Grant, if it Winnie, I can do without the demen sfraigz. I don't know, is it like a baked bean type thing? You got it. Just saying. Thanks, Grant. Grant back with sound effects. Kylie, we call this joke of the day time. Yeah, I thought you got rid of it. What! But it came back due to popular demand. You phoned in, didn't you? 4 or 5 thumbs up from Beretts here wins a $ thumbs up from Beretts here wins a $500 voucher to Spreets, it is a great web site, it gives you daily deals on travel and experiences. You are in trouble, though, because you got rid of the nice host and you just got me and Nat. Speak for yourself, Kylie. Mel is a lot nicer than me. Beretts has a sense of humour, which is good. Joke of the day, Jane Watis from Balmoral. Two archery teams, one was all, had a similar light hair colour and the other team were brunets. And they charted a double-decker bus for a weekend trip to Dubbo. The brunet team rode on the bottom of the bus and the blond epgz on the top. The brun eats were having a great time, scenery and decided to go down and see how the having a great time, scenery and one blondes were going. When she got to the bottom deck, the blonde team were hugging each other in fear. Fear in their eyes, they wereing from fear and she said, " from fear and she said, "What's up with you guys? We are having a great time down below, why are you so fearful up the top." And they fearful up the top." And they said, fearful up the top." And they said, "Because you've got the driver." ... Okay. That went down like a led balloon. Was that right. I think I got the top and the bottom mixed up. I tried to save it halfway through. Was it front and back? Maybe. No, it was bottom and top! Alright. I had the blondes in the bought I had the blondes in the bottom the top. Would it the top. Would it have changed the score? I had the blondes in the bottom not

Yep, it would have. No, it would have gone up one. Alright, Jane, sorry about that. The poor man, you botch up his joke and he doesn't get the Spreets thing. He wouldn't have got it anyway. But He wouldn't have got it anyway. Beretts said. He needs a 4 or 5. But he gets a joke book. Soon on Sunrise, beebser not a winner. He is dumpd. Also, lost in the bush. The young Girl Scout who spent 30 hours alone in the Victorian Alps. And, an 11th-hour reprieve. The asylum seekers temporarily saved from deportation to Malaysia, next. My team engineered the new Territory Titanium, with an 8-inch colour touchscreen, putting your iPod, Bluetooth and sat nav at your fingertips. In fact, it's so smart, it can take us around the world in a single day. (BAGPIPES SQUEAK) (PHONE DIALS) WOMAN: Hi. Where are you? GIRLS: We're in China! Watch our adventures in the new Territory at ford.com.au Some people believe all shampoos are the same in removing dandruff. But that isn't true. 8 out of 10 dermatologists globally recommend one shampoo as effective in removing dandruff - head & shoulders. VOICEOVER: It's proven to remove more dandruff in just one wash. For hair that's got everything, but dandruff. Trust the experts,

or prove it for yourself. 8 out of 10 dermatologists globally recommend head & shoulders as effective in removing dandruff. # Don't come back any time # You're looking at Sydney through the Jetstar Skycam. A shower or two and 18 degrees. A push to rename centre point rr tow tower, -- Centre Point Tower, to Sydney Eye. Tell us your thoughts, there is the London Eye but that is a ferris wheel, not something sticking up in the air? Give us your views. The government's new asylum-seeker deal with Malaysia has struck its first legal hurdle. The High Court has granted an injunction delaying the first boatload of refugees from being sent. The group of 16 was due to leave from Christmas Island before midday today under the government's swap deal with Malaysia. The court will make a final ruling on the fate of the refugees this afternoon. David Manne is the refugee lawyer who's taken this issue to the High Court. Good morning. It's only an injunction that's been granted at this stage. How confident are you of stopping the government from sending these asylum to Malaysia? Look, I certainly wouldn't want to speculate on the outcome but what we can say here is that we are talking about life or death matters, Kochie, very vulnerable people and what they are doing, all they are really doing is asking whether under Australian law the government has the power to do this. To refuse them the ability to have their case for refugee protection heard in Australia and instead e pel them to Malaysian where they won't be protected and a real risk of harm. Why is it life and death? It is life and death what they did to get in the first place. Going to a refugee camp you would think is a and death what they did to get here

lot safer than crossing the seas in a leaky boat? Not necessarily, what ree are talking but is people who are fleeing from brutality and seeking safety and they are trying to rebuild what are often shattered lives. Lives where they haven't been aaccorded basic human rebuild what are often very

dignity and where they have been hunted down. We are talking about people who are very desperate, have been in a very dangerous situation. It is why most people riv their lives and get on a boat and take the further risk. What do you say to Australians, " What do you say to Australians, "Yes, we have got to take more refugees into the country, but there are a whole lot more desperate people escaping dangerous situationss in refugee camps when coming here the right way and doing the right thing." Why shouldn't we be encouraging that rather than people just getting on a Lauth people just getting on a Lauth and banding. It is a really understand legitimate concern. The tragic situation around the world there It is a really understand and

tens of millions of people in need of protection. But I also say if situation around the world there are

Australia plays by the rules, we are sign said up to a treaty if anyone comes to our doorstep, knocks on our door and need protection, it is a basic obligation we have. You don't turn people away who are on your doorstep seeking help. So if you turn up in a boat, saying you are desperate, doesn't matter how many come, we should let them all in? In global comparisons Australia has received 1. received 1.5% of asylum seekers world wide in the last two decades. The numbers are tiny. But those numbers will increase, if we take everyone, if everyone knows you lob here and you can stay? Look, the fact is, Kochie, that we are not in danger of being swamped. There is no evidence of that. It is a false fear. Hardly anyone comes here. Most people in fact go north to Europe. We get minuscule numbers, 1. to Europe. We get minuscule numbers, 1.5 pest of asylum seekers in the last decade is a tiny number. How do we properly manage it without endangers lives. If we are sign said uch to a treaty we have to play by the rules of that treat skwae -- treaty and make sure if the rules of that treat skwae make have a legitimate claim they -- treaty and make sure if people be expelled to a country like

have a legitimate claim they won't Malaysia who have a troubling record. Thank you. A 13-year-old Girl Scout has put her survival skills to the test. Ashley Kerstjens was missing for 30 hours in the Victorian Alps after wandering off from her Scout camp. The teen faced tough terrain and chilly conditions. She also didn't have any food or cold-weather gear. A police chopper finally spotted her yesterday and she was airlifted to safety. Seven News reporter Allan Raskall is at Traralgon outside the hospital where Ashley's recovering. Allan, good morning to you. Is Ashley OK? Big ordeal for a little 13-year-old girl. How is she doing? We are led to believe he is okay. She spent a stable condition turalgon hospital after being sent here with mild hypothermia. She She spent a stable condition at

spent a chilly wet 30 hours missing up Mount Erica, east of Melbourne. We are led to believe she didn't have the appropriate cold and wet weather gear. She is lucky to have escaped unscathed. A huge search mounted for her. How did police and rescue teams ultimately track her down? Some might say it was a bit of a miracle given the tough terrain. Volunteer searchers joined search and rescue. They searched on foot, the dog squad and choppers. In the ends, it was a ground crew that stumble said upon tiny foot steps, three kilometres from where she went missing, she was winch said to safety by a helicopter. Do we know why she wantered off by herself. At this stage, it is a little unclear if shedantly became separated from the Scout group or wandered off deliberately. They wandered off deliberately. They chat with Ashley, they have talked to her Scout members. But Kylie, it is great to be reporting on a happy ending because this story could have easily had a different outcome. Thank, you Alan, in Traralgon this morning. News is next. Then, a new lead. Fingerprints found on the hoax bomb in the Maddie Pulver case. And, growing up fast. The world gets another glimpse of David Beckham (CLIPPER BUZZES) VOICEOVER: There's another way to save on electricity. Now that Country Energy customers are part of Origin, we have the power to cut your electricity bill. So give us a call. We love the city, but the Outlander gives us a chance

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eyes open. David, not to be undaunted, took to the tattoo parlour and got new ink. Of course, he had to take the shirt off to show the art work, " the art work, "harper." On his collarbone and also, it matches the three cherubs of his sons. And of the game, Gordon Ramsay was there, cheering him on. No wearing No wearing from him. Thank you, Nelson. Would have been a long match. Exactly? Best bakeries? Shoo we have a Gordon Ramsay update in a Gordon Ramsay update in the news. The one in Perth Hey Street won best bakery in enAustralia. Debbie says bakery in enAustralia. Debbie bakery in enAustralia. Debbie says, " bakery in enAustralia. Debbie says, "we have the best Chelsea buns at Flemmings." Cheryl says, " Flemmings." Cheryl says, "Crows Nest in Queensland, the bread stays fresh for days. Always a good measure. Victoria is worried, she says should we be worried our souper and move it or sit still? If you in a good super fund sit still but remember your super funds has different options for you. You can go for aggressive share market option in your super fund, right the way through to a balanced fund with shares, property, fixed interest to a conservative one. You should check what option you are in and what option you are in and make sure you are happy with it. A lot of people just chucked it all in the share market and wonder why they sit on big on big losses when they should have gone for a more conservative one so chat to your fund manager. Still ahead on Sunrise this morning - Police find fingerprints on the hoax device strapped to Maddie Pulver and hunt a man who may have done it. A court injunction stops the government Taxpayers' money thrown away. The explosive report the government didn't want you to see. Fears of a second GFC as the share market faces another horror day. The baby who woke her mum from a coma. The family share their incredible story live. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Kylie. If you've just tuned in, Mel is on assignment this week so Kylie Gillies is here. Thank you for getting up early. Loving the traffic this time of the morning, cousin Kylie visiting from the Morning Show for a few days. Coming up, a holy smacking row as a major church gives parents the green light to hit their kids. But for now, Nat has the 7:00 news. A last minute-appeal to the High Court has stopped 16 asylum seeker men being flown to Malaysia this morning. Refugee lawyer David Manne won an injunction in the High Court late last night to delay the government's first asylum seeker swap. He's representing 42 refugees including 6 unaccompanied minors. Very vulnerable people, what they're doing, all they're doing is asking under Australian law is whether the government has the power to do this. The court has ruled the plane can't leave before 4:00 this afternoon pending the outcome of an emergency hearing in Canberra. Police are believed to have found a number of fingerprints on the fake collar bomb used on Sydney extortion victim Madeleine Pulver. It's a breakthrough in the hunt for the person who ambushed the 18-year-old in her Mosman home last week. Police will today canvas a prestigious Sydney school which has been linked to the book at the centre of the bomb threat. The novel 'Tai Pan' is on the recommended reading list at Shore which is attended by Maddie's brothers and friends. Embattled South Australian Premier Mike Rann will make a statement about his future today after cutting short a trade mission to India. He refused to answer questions aout the leadership crisis engulfing his government as he walked through Adelaide Airport last night. So would Jay Wetherill make a better premier, do you think? You're laughing? I'm laughing at you. You're laughing at me? Mr Rann agreed under pressure to step down in favour of Education Minister Jay Weatherill. He emerged from an Adelaide hotel late last night after holding talks with what he said were friends. An extensive investigation by Seven News has revealed massive waste and mismanagement by the Federal Government's Indigenous programs. An explosive Cabinet document shows the government has admitted it's wasting billions of taxpayer dollars and says many of the programs have failed. The report also says many of the policies are too complex and confusing. Well, at a time when the rest of the world is running out of money this sort of waste is an afront to everyday Australians. The report shows every government since 1967 has tried to close the gap and failed. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has reportedly launched legal action against his wife's family. Documents lodged in the High Court reveal he plans to sue his wife's father, mother, sister and sister-in-law. Ramsay wants millions of dollars in compensation from his father-in-law, accused of stealing money to fund a double life with two secret wives. Keep up with that one! Coming up - the threat of a second global financial crisis and what it means for Australia. Now Wall Street very deceptive on the board here. Up 61 points on better-than-expected jobs figures, in fact, unemployment dropped from 9.2 to 9. 9.2 to 9.1% 9.2 to 9.1%. Saturday, lunch time, after the Wall Street market had closed, that's when Standard & Poors brought out the downgrade from AAA to AA+ to AA+. To give you an indication how bad things are in America, almost 46 million Americans receive food stamps, that is, cupawns, used to captain here during the war food stamps, that is, cupawns, like to buy food. That is up 12 pest in the last year, -- 12% in the last year, up 34% in two years. In our region, we were slaughtered like every other market around the world. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Nic Naitanui enhanced his reputation as the AFL's most exciting player, last night, with a breathtaking performance in West Coast's comfortable 57-point win over Richmond. Naitanui lit up Patersons Stadium in the second term taking several towering marks and kicking two goals. COMMENTATOR: He's got the sit, he's got the Sherrin, he's got the goal, he's got everything. At Aurora Stadium, three final-quarter goals from Lance Franklin powered Hawthorn to a 17-point win over North Melbourne. While at the Gabba, Adelaide kicked the last four goals to record a stirring 5-point win over Brisbane. South Sydney's hopes of scraping into the NRL finals will go on the line tonight in a must-win clash against Parramatta at ANZ Stadium. Meantime, Canberra full-back Josh Dugan faces an anxious wait after he was reported for stomping in yesterday's loss to Newcastle at Ausgrid Stadium. Matt Hilder was left with a nasty head wound as the Knights cruised to a 32-point victory. In yesterday's other game, Manly thumped the Roosters 36-8 at Brookvale Oval but the win came at a cost with co-captain Jason King suffering a serious pectoral injury. Adam Scott has opened up a handy lead late in the final round of the Bridgestone Invitational. A chip-in birdie at the 12th and a monster birdie putt at the 14th. He now holds a 3-stoke buffer over Japan's Rio Ishikawa Fellow Aussie Jason Day is now four shots off the pace at 12-under par. Tiger Woods finished at 1-over par in his return from injury after closing with an even-par 70. Australia's Brad Kahlefeldt advanced his claims for Olympic selection overnight with a determined eighth-place finish in the London Triathlon. Local hope Alastair Brownlee revelled in the rainy conditions to take out the event which was run over the Olympic course. This is how it will look next year. He's now a hot favourite to repeat the dose at next year's Games. Sharp little course, it will look fantastic through the heart of London. How picturesque, thank you. Speaking of picture Speaking of picturesque look at that scene under one of the great

landmarks of Australia, Centre Point Tower, the blue sky, St Mary's scene under one of the great

there. Look at this! 900 square metres of a massive icerink, it has been in Brisbane, went to Bondi, now it is in Sydney. Going to Melbourne next week. next week. You guys arem! What is going on with you, it is in Sydney. Going to Melbourne

going on with you, why are you so freakishly good at this, yeah I'm walking you. How cute is the little

one. Hayley, look at those pigtails, I'm chasing you,

I'm chasing you, actually come over here, Wooh. How old are here, Wooh. How old are you? Five. Five! How long have you been skating?

skating? Free years. Skating since you were two? Amazing, can I hang on to your pigtails while you skate? She has you skate? She has already lost me. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Last chance to save 50% off your second lamp, Only add Beacon. sale ends Sunday.

A court injunction last night stopped the government flying aslyum seekers off Christmas Island this afternoon. Not in danger of being swamped. There is no efpdz of that. It's a

false -- no evidence of that. It's a false fear, most people go north to Europe. We get a minuscule number. The real issue is how do we properly manage this without endangering lives again? It is when we get to the situation, if we signed up to a treaty we have to play to the rules of the of the ay and if people have a claim, they can make the claim without being expeled to a country like Malaysian who has a very troubling record when it comes to refugees. The Gillard Government has vowed to push on with the Malaysia swap despite the temporary stop. The High Court will hear the case at 2:15 this afternoon. Now, here's Kochie. Police have a new lead in the Madeleine Pulver Bomb hoax drama. They are believed to have found fingerprints on the fake collar bomb the 18-year-old was forced to wear for 10 hours last week in her Mosman home. The new evidence comes as the Pulver family rejects suggestions the incident may have been a prank. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew joins us from outside the Sydney Police Centre. Eddy, what more do we know about the fingerprint? Police won't confirm the reports but it is understood the prints are not Maddie's and it was found on one part of the device. It is not known how useful the information will be because of the number of people who have handled the device since Wednesday afternoon and it is believed to be a number of different prints. It is one part of a very complicated puzzle police are trying to piece together. And reports a man was looking agitated at Mosman pub and when he heard police sirens hooran out. There is also the connection to the 19 nineteen66 James Clongevell 'Tai Pan', the note was signed Durd Stran, the protagonist in the novel. The novel is on the reading list at Shore. Her brother attends that school. Do you know anything about the bomber? Because Maddie, spoke to Maddie, he or she? Dee we know if they are tall, short, slim rb fat, had an accent? No details yet. We know it is a him of unspecified age. When he initially spoke to her he told he had connected listening devices initially spoke to her he told her to the bomb and her. Very little details have been released about what he actually looked like. We know he was wearing a balaclava which compplicates things for police. But this is a family who wants to get on with their life. Maddie played hockey and her brother playing schoolboy rugby. But her father rejokted accusationoffs a prank? Yes, so many conspiracy theories, it is the talk of Sydney this case and so many conspiracies of the case. And Bill Pulver came out and said he is no expert and admits to this, senior police have tolds him it is a very sophisticated device, very sophisticated device and a complicated extortion event, and he is no expert but understand it is very serious indeed. is no expert but understand stands Explosive new cabinet documents reveal billions of taxpayer dollars have been wasted on Indigenous programs over the past decade. The report prepared for the Federal Government was meant to be kept secret. But Seven News fought to have it released under Freedom of Information laws. It shows that $35 billion spent over 10 years on Aboriginal programs has been largely wasted. Programs like the intervention and closing the gap have failed. The report also claims some have not only failed, but have taken things backward. And it's recommended 25 programs be shut down immediately. The policy challenge is huge. We know to close the gap, it will take a generation. Seven's political editor Mark Riley uncovered the rorts and joins me now from Canberra. Good morning. Who is to blame here for a such a huge waste of money? $35 billion. A huge chunk of change? (silence)

Good intentions, bad policy, (silence) appalling outcomes and horrific bill to the taxpayers in the end. Although it is the responsibility of every government going back to the 1960s, it is the responsibility today of the present government to put it right, Kylie. Mark, you and the team fought for 12 months to get this report. Why were they fighting so hard to keep it a secret? Well, a couple of reasons really. First because of what it contained. It was truly in the tradition of bureaucratic advice, frank and fearless. It was advised to cabinet. They knew it would be embarrassing but also because the precedent the case sets. The FOI editor otChannel Seven, Michael MacKinnon fought for a year to get access. It it is a landmark decision and will shine a light on the workings of government in a way we haven't seen before. Does the report identify anything that could

Does the report identify anything that should be done to stop the mismanagement? Yes, it did. It had many, very helpful recommendations. Principally to stop the duplication. In some areas there are four and five programs doing exactly the same thing. The departments know so little. They don't know how much money is being spent on who is getting it. The report says you have to crunch the programs into one and recommends 25 programs should be curtail said immediately and it says a new agreement needs to be struck between the between the Commonwealth and the states to ensure that at the very least the governments know what they are spending, where and what they are geting for it. They need to change the emphasis to make sure the money goes to b ridgeinal youth. It is a-Aboriginal youth. The only way to start the indigenous disadvantage is to is to start with the younger generations. What is the sponse from the Aboriginal community. It is very positive. The elders and leaders are frustrated with the way the money is being spent. They don't like stories like this that billions of dollars of government money is wasted. It sets community opinion against them. They say to government, please, don't engender this welfare depend culture that they have in Aboriginal communities, lift us out of disadvantage and bring us up into the mainstream. They are quite happy with it. The fallout from your report will continue today. We look forward to your reports on Seven News. Thank you. Thank you. There'll be some nervous eyes on the Australian share market when it opens in a couple of hours. It's all because of what's happened over the weekend in the US. America's credit rating was downgraded from AAA to AA+. That means it's lost its position as one of the safest financial bets in the world. To make matters worse, there are ongoing debt problems in Europe leaving many to ask if the next GFC is about to hit. Michael Pascoe from Fairfax Media's 'BusinessDay' joins me along with CNN's Richard Quest in New York.

Richard, what's been the reaction to the US credit downgrade? Because moodies and Fitch have kept it at the top level? Yes, they have. And it is not the first time. New Zealand has had a similar situation. A few other examples where the, you have had the split in the past.

split in the past. The over arching view in the US is one of political fury. They are, on one side and other side blaming each other. blame game is in full throttle in Washington. In terms of market we other side blaming each other. The

have seen very steep falls in Middle Eastern markets. Israel was off 7% Eastern markets. Israel was off 7%, Dubai was down, Saudi Dubai was down, Saudi Arabia was down. They have their own individual reasons for falling and reflecting the moves on Wall Street. in the last hour, the European the moves on Wall Street. Crucially central bank in Europe has just announced that it will, in their words, " words, "Actively implement its securities market program." Which is a posh way of saying it is going to start buying the start buying the bonds, we sus start buying the bonds, we suspect that will be there bonds of Italy and probably Spain as it tries to prop up the debt markets. Just explain to me the ratings business. Look at the chart. Australia has a AAA credit rating with Canada, fin lands, the United Kingdom, France and US is AA+ Kingdom, France and US is AA+. But then row have got Spain on then row have got Spain on AA and China AA-, why is Spain just behind the US and ahead of China? Well, I suspect because Spain, obviously, the latest developments of Spain, show that it has, it is running an austerity program under the government of Zapattero. It might be regarded as a slightly the government of Zapattero. It generous rating but look at the profile of Spanish debt. When the debt is renewed, there is not a huge amount coming up for renewal, not an Italy situation any time soon. There is no reason, no reason, until now for there to be concern that Spain was about to default or require a bailout. Spain has put bailout. Spain has put its economic house in order ahead of the markets. Okay. You are seeing that in the sense Italy's rates are now higher. So the politicians doing the right thing over thing over there. Michael so men e-mails from e-mails from Australians saying what is the market going to do? What is my superan yougz going to do? We are going to get caught up in the global global volatility but the US downgrade doesn't matter to Australia. It is no riskier today than Friday. If anything, the S & P action might be a kick in the pants to the use politicians to goat a move to the use politicians to goat a move ---get a move on. The longer impact, a stronger dollar, cheaper borrowing for our government if it is wants to borrow and that is the impact. borrowing for our government if it

That is That is the rational answer but when markets are in panic mode they are irrational. Could this lead to another global financial crisis? Could the panic get so worked up? Not the US downgrading. Europe is a bigger worry, it has got to get its act together with Italy and Spain. If we can avoid problems in the Europe, there is no reason for a GFC. The US, having a miserable decade, doesn't matter that much. Richard, start of a new GFC is? I didn't Richard, start of a new GFC is? I think you are seeing the seeds being planted that could certainly turn into a double-dip. Alan Greenspan said this morning in the US he didn't see a double-dip recession in the US. The reality, there is there is very little difference, if you are growing a fraction or contracting a fraction, it feels miserable to the unemploy said in the US. Over all, look for the volatility, it is the volatility that kills confidence. It's the killing of confidence that creates the GFC. Okay, I could talk about this all day. But a double-dip recession in the US does not mean a GFC. The does not mean a GFC. The US has had two recessions in the last decade that we haven't had. Love to keep talking but we can't. We have bakery itemms to France is famous for its croissants, baguettes and brioche. And now they've helped put an Australian bakery on the map too. The Jean Pierre Sancho Boulangerie Patisserie has just been named Australia's best bakery. It's only been open a year but it's already become a favourite in WA. So what's their secret? Frank Durolek joins us now from the winning bakery along with his business partners Corentin Laumaille and Stephane Gruson. Good morning. I should say bonjour. Good morning, bonjour. Starting with you, how does it to be named the best in the country? Starting with you, how does it feel After just a year open? That is amazing Um, we are extremely proud of this great achievements. We want great achievements. We want to thank all our customerss for their support and for making it possible for us to open a third open a third shop next month in Northbridge. Fantastic, what is your secret? I think that is our thing. We are really talented, dedicate, -- it is our team. We make everything from scratch here, seven days a week. Using the best, fresh local ingredients. Do you only do the fancy bakery stuff or do the good olds-fashioned things? Like a good olds cream and a finger bun. things? Like a good olds cream bun No, we don't do that really. We try stick to authentic French produce. Which is what we know and what we are all about. are all about.? Wonderful. You have become popular with a certain celebrity chef, tell us abouts that? Nel Perrie asked us to asupply bread for his local restaurant. Now we supply some of the best WA restaurants. I do have to ask you, have you seen a movie call said 'Father of a movie call said 'Father of the Bride." No, I can't say I have. There is a character there, Frannnk, who bakes wonderful cakes. Kochie knows what I am tacking about. Thank you. Well done. Do you know what I am talking about? Yes, the wedding planner. Even if you don't love what they make, you just go and talk to them. That would be the attraction, wouldn't it? Later this Sunrise - are older or younger drivers most likely to be stressed behind the wheel? Also, the mum brought out of a coma by the touch of her baby. The full, incredible story.

Plus, the film that made Arnold Schwarzenegger a star. The new 'Conan the Barbarian' is coming up. Good morning.. A post mortem will be carried out today.. to determine EXACTLY how a 27 year old Gungahlin man was killed. The Chinese man's body was found outside a block of Braddon flats.. last week. He had MAJOR head injuries.. caused by a sharp edged object. He'd just got off a bus from Melbourne.. and a family member was on their way to pick him up.. when he was murdered. Plans.. to boost protection for ACT police. The Libs will

introduce new laws.. which increase penalties for thugs who attack police.. while on duty. It follows a recent spate of attacks on officers. The change would mean someone who'd normally cop 20 years jail for manslaughter.. could soon get 26 years. And members of the ACT Youth Advisory Council will roll up their sleeves this afternoon.. to help boost our blood supplies. It's hoped it'll encourage other

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If you love travel you'll love this card. For more details and to apply visit jetstar.com Still ahead - the church that supports smacking children. News time now though, it's over to Nat. A High Court judge has delayed today's first transfer of asylum seekers to Malaysia under the Federal Government's controversial people swap deal. Refugee lawyer David Manne has won an injunction to postpone the transfer until an emergency court hearing this afternoon. There are very vulnerable people asking the court to rule on whether the Australian Government really has the power to expel them to a situation in Malaysia where they feel they will not be protected. Immigration Minister Chris Bowen says the government is prepared for legal challenges. Some of Australia's major Aboriginal programs could come under review after an explosive Cabinet document revealed the government has admitted it's wasting billions of taxpayer dollars. A Seven News investigation revealed the government was trying to keep the report secret. It shows every government since 1967 has tried to close the gap and failed. Facebook tribute pages have been set up in memory of a Sydney teenager who died after being hit by a train 18-year-old Zac Bissel was trying to save a friend who'd walked onto the tracks at Como train station in Sydney's south. He was hit by an oncoming train while his friend received only minor injuries. Friends and strangers have posted messages of support for his grieving family. North Queensland's meningococcal outbreak is spreading Sea World has launched a search party this morning for a mother Humpback whale after her calf washed up on a Gold Coast beach overnight. Marine experts don't know how the 3-week-old became beached

but say he'll need his mother soon if he's to survive. For some reason or another it's got separated from Mum and an animal of that size is really velcroed to Mum. They feed continually, they need a lot of nourishment when they're this age. Boats and planes are currently searching for the youngster's mum off Surfers Paradise. Drivers in Sydney's inner-west are being warned to avoid Centenary Drive near Liverpool Road after a four-vehicle crash. A truck and three cars collided at Strathfield a short time ago. Two of three south bound lanes are currently closed as well as one north-bound lane. 41 people have been killed overnight in a fresh crackdown on anti-government protesters by Syrian forces in the country's east. It's the latest attack since the government began action against so-called outlaws a week ago. The government has resisted international pressure to end the bloodshed. Over 1,500 people have died in the unrest. Finance news now and Finance news now and everyone on tender hooks about the market today. Because of good jobs figures, unemployment dropping to 9. unemployment dropping to 9.1% unemployment dropping to 9.1%, Dow Jones was 61. But after the unemployment dropping to 9.1%, the market closed, that is when & poors, the big ratings agency market closed, that is when standard downgraded America from triple A downgraded America from triple A to AA+ downgraded America from triple A to AA+. The European central bank just came out and said they will start buying Italian and Spanish bond to support buying Italian and Spanish bond to support those countries. Time for sport. support those countries. Time for sport. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? is expected to miss the rest of the NRL season Have you been to the toilet. I myth have dropped in. Do you want me to fix it up? Sure. Boys are usually so good at technical stuff, but you failed miserably. It is a big question. Just turn the Mic on, we will be fine. No! Mic on, we will be fine. No!. That's something you don't day. Nat and I would offer to turn you on but we are only human. That's something you don't see every

We are way this side of the desk, O well. Thank you, check one, two a little something to go on with. Nice bum. I feel like I am at the football all of a sudden. , after suffering a pectoral injury against the Roosters yesterday. Manly's 28-point victory came at a huge cost with William Hopoate and Steve Matai also suffering injuries. But King is their biggest concern with scans today likely to confirm the worst. One of our most consistent, he's experienced, but someone else will have to step in and do the job. Speaking of stepping in, Canberra full-back Josh Dugan was reported for stomping during the heavy loss to the Knights in Newcastle. West Coast continued its relentless march towards the AFL finals at Patersons Stadium last night with a comfortable 57-point victory over Richmond. Nic Naitanui provided the razzle-dazzle and Daniel Kerr was unstoppable in his return from injury. Earlier yesterday, Hawthorn survived a final-quarter rally from North Melbourne to win by 17 points in Tassie. And Mark Bickley's dream introduction to senior coaching continued at the Gabba with the Crows edging out Brisbane by five points. Brisbane Roar captain Matt McKay appears set to quit the A-League after Scottish giants Glasgow Rangers revealed they're hoping to sign the 28-year-old this week. Meantime, Manchester United has come from two goals down to defeat cross-town rivals Manchester City 3-2 in the annual Community Shield this morning. Portuguese star Nanny bagged a second-half double for United

including the winner in stoppage time. Look, I think that's almost assured Nat and Kylie won't leave their mics turn said off. Good point. Sorry about that, sorry Sharad in audio. Let's audio. Let's check audio. Let's check weather the Grant. Since 1987 (mimics Nordic accent) get ready to experience the grace and beauty of the deadly swan! Thank you, I love you all, yes, thank you. Although there have Although there Although there has been so much good warm weather, it has meant nothing to this to this snow and ice that is currently here in the city. currently here in the city. The icerink known as the winter festival. It has maintained the cool because it is refrigerated right underneath, where little Hayley underneath, where little Hayley has been spinning her guts out. You can't imagine ice-skating under blue sky especially with can't imagine ice-skating under a temperatures of 20 do -dgrys. What a magical place to spend your day. Sunrise weather is warming up to Beacon Lighting's Biggest Lamp Sale. Last chance to save 50% off your second lamp. Only at Beacon. Sale ends Sunday. An area of low pressure is triggering showers and storms in South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and southern Queensland. Warm northerly winds are affecting north-eastern New South Wales and southern Queensland ahead of a trough. A front is bringing showers to south-west WA. It's cute to watch, isn't it? Aren't they great. They got up early just to show you how they can skate. Look at the skill and the grace as we finish it off... In spectacular style. You shouldn't have! You shouldn't have! I wanted this for a while, while, I've worked so hard. What is with the orange boots? They are like L-plate boots. Can't miss them. It's the new black. Safety first. Safety first. On the ice. They can see you coming. Get out of the way. I couldn't tell by the way I landed on my knee. See you in landfalla. This week our friends at Accor are offering fantasti