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(generated from captions) in the search for Daniel Morcombe. The new breakthrough biggest steelmaker cuts production 1,000 jobs go as the country's and kills off Australian exports. since heart surgery. Kevin Rudd in his first TV interview How sugar could be making you sick. Fifi gets cosy with the Hollywood heart-throb. this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's Kochie and Mel. Now, live from Brekky Central, Hello, and welcome to a new week. part two of my journey to Africa. Also this morning, sponsor child. I meet my World Vision Nice to meet you. Aw, thank you. He was gorgeous. later in the show. You'll meet Eliyas a show of no confidence. Also coming up, convoy sending the PM a message. We're keeping an eye on the massive and the news. So, let's begin with Nat Police could know within days in bushland north of Brisbane whether human bones found belong to Daniel Morcombe. of the search, The find came on the eighth day just 40 kilometres from where the Sunshine coast teenager went missing from where the Sunshine Coast almost eight years ago. and police officers More than 100 SES have been scouring the area with Daniel's abduction and murder. since Brett Peter Cowan was charged DNA tests will be carried out are Daniel's. to determine whether the bones from across the country will Angry truck drivers descend on the capital today call a fresh election. to demand the Gillard Government Hart is in Canberra with the latest. Seven News political reporter Alex Good morning. are expected to turn out? How many truck drivers Well, over the past week, there have been estimates of been estimates of anywhere between 3,000 and nine,000 people expect here today but it seems over the past 24 hours been playing down the figure, past 24 hours or so organisers have suggesting they are hoping for 1,000 vehicles, in total. That is not just trucks but also 4 wheel drives, camper vans and cars. Some have started showing up to parliament already. They travelled from 11 different places round the to be here at their own expense different places round the country as far as Fremantle, Broome, cairn, to be here at their own expense from Darwin. Their central aim is to demand a fresh election by declaring no confidence in the Julia Gillard government. It was mote vaitded -- motivated by the Dan on cattle -- ban on cattle to Indonesia but now it is also the carbon tax, asylum seekers and the influence of the Will the Prime Minister attend? Greens.

No plans at this stage. In fact, the government is trying to do the opposite, trying to distance itself from this event. The government has been pointing out the main organisers, Mick Patel, was a preselected candidate for the Liberal National Party so trying to portray it as an antilaib political motivation. But trab will -- Tony Abbott will meet with the protesters. Thank you for the update, a big day in Canberra. hearing arguments The High Court will begin Malaysia solution today into the Gillard Government's the deportations are legal. to determine whether flown to Christmas Island yesterday More Federal Police officers were of the court's decision. in preparation on the plane to Kuala Lumpur They'll escort asylum seekers the expulsions are struck out. if a temporary injunction preventing within hours of the ruling. Flights could start Manufacturing giant BlueScope Steel at least 1,000 jobs is expected to axe to brace for further cuts. with workers in the sector told the closure BlueScope will today announce blast furnaces in New South Wales of one of its Port Kembla at Hastings in Victoria. and its Western Port hot strip mill The Australian Workers Union says is facing a major crisis the manufacturing sector and rising cost of raw materials. because of the higher Aussie dollar will be slashed in coming weeks. There are predictions more jobs Coming up - ordered back into a cage the 85-year-old cockatoo he's an escape risk. because inspectors think But first here's Kochie. The Dow Jones closed

points, Saturday morning. It was the The Dow Jones closed down again. 172 fourth consecutive week of losses Wall Street. Cheapest PE pricing val fourth consecutive week of losses on youlgzs since 2009 efficient efficient valuations since 2009 failed to spark investor interest. We were slumped down last week because, remember, Friday morning was another one of those big crashes on Wall Street. . about the houses we're building. New research this morning Craig James is at CommSec. Craig, what's the research show? Morning. This is fascinating. Our houses are getting a whole lot different? Yes Yen Y doesn't want to live in a McMansion. Thai are looking for smaller apartments and houses and seen a flattening out in terms of house size. In Australia we are still building the biggest homes in the world, 10% bigger than the US, the world, 10% bigger than the US, nine

nine% than nine% than places like Canada but the last couple of years a the last couple of

flattening out of house size. Generation Y doesn't want to live in big houses, they want to live the cafe lifestyle and entertainment venues. It has implications for building supplies and anyone relaitded to the housing industry. Fascinating, good to see you and your St Kilda tie as well. What is the rule on that? When your team loses, do you still wear it on Monday Yep, solidarity. Kochie is going to wear out his Port Adelaide scarf then. I tphoetsed in inearly news nAFL ladder you -- noticed on the early news you left off a team. People are saying that. Probably a good thing. has told his players to harden up Demons caretaker coach Todd Viney to Richmond at the MCG last night. after a frustrating 7-point loss from a 26-point deficit Melbourne fought back to hit the lead in the second half slumping to a 4th straight defeat. but they couldn't keep it going, COMMENTATOR: Spins out of trouble, brilliant. dribbles it along the ground, were both reported for striking Colin Sylvia and Aaron Davey while earlier yesterday Sydney got its season back on track over St Kilda. with a gutsy 15-point win Much to the girls' delight. And Paul Williams enjoyed a soft introduction to senior coaching, guiding the Bulldogs to a 10-goal demolition of Port Adelaide. Manly centre Steve Matai will be investigated by the NRL's Match Review Committee today for a possible trip in yesterday's win over the Bulldogs. Matai's lengthy Judiciary rap sheet means any charge will almost certainly rule him out of Friday night's blockbuster against competition frontrunners Melbourne. In yesterday's other game, the Wests Tigers downed Parramatta 31-12, moving the Eels a step closer to their first wooden spoon in 39 years. Craig Lowndes will head into the V8 Supercars season of endurance in top form after completing a clean sweep of the Coates Hire Ipswich 300. Lowndes notched up his 80th career victory in Sunday's final race to go with back-to-back wins on Saturday. Championship leader Jamie Whincup stalled on the starting grid and finished his weekend in the sand. He's now just 98-points in front of Team Vodafone stablemate Lowndes. Got to put it in perspective Craig Lowndes. 80 career wins in a sport as competitive as V8 Got to put it in perspective for

supercars. He is one of the great legends of Australian sport. How did Grant go? He did already, a top 10 finish, two races, finishing 14th and 10th. Just feeling his way in for Bathurst. He is on his way to Japan today, would you believe? We are going to do the weather for you. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. Coming up - life in Christchurch, six months on from the earthquake. And, the new discovery in the search for Daniel Morcombe. The latest, live, next. believed to be those of missing teenager Daniel Morcombe. The remains were uncovered at Beerwah on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. It's the site police and SES volunteers have been searching in for the past week. Two shoes have also been found in the same area. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper joins us from the police command post. Good morning to you. This sounds like a major breakthrough for police. Is it? Good morning, guys. Well, police do believe it is a very significant breakthrough and last night they confirmed it was human bones they discovered. But we won't know for sure if they are Daniel's until DNA and forensic testing is completed which will be a couple of weeks. They were discovered near the two shoes police found last week, in the primary search site. Which is a very small area. It is only 13 by 7 metres or the size of a small room. There are more than 100 SE& and police searching the area, scouring it area, very pain staining and they are meticul are meticul -- meticulilously searching. It has been pouring rain. But the three discovers in one week have lifted their spirits and they are hopeful of solving Queensland's biggest missing / murder case. So difficult for Bruce and Denise, his mum and dad. They have been kept very informed through the whole process. Have they said anything in the last 24 hours? Well, Bruce and Denise have been in Melbourne over the weekend, celebrating Denise's mum's 80 celebrating Denise's mum's 80th birthday. The police commissioner, Bob Atkinson called them himself. It is a call they have been hoping for seven and a half years but dreading. They haven't spoken publicly about the discovery but Bruce said last week it is sastressful and anxious time as they wait for the DNA tests. They have been hoping for seven They have been hoping for a half years to bring their son They have been hoping for seven and home. So we are hoping this will give them some skined of closure and they -- some kind of closure they will be able to have the they -- some kind of closure and dignified funeral that Daniel, so obviously, deserves. Thank you, keep us up to date if there is anything new. Still ahead - a show of no confidence. The massive convoy sending the PM a message. And a hedgehog caught on camera having a bath. Need we say anymore. (THEATRICAL MUSIC PLAYS) VOICEOVER: Sign up for free to get daily deals in your town. Livingsocial.com. Save up to 50% off absolutely everything in store and online. Sale on now. Making news - the Cancer Council study that says many cancer patients are in denial about what's caused their illness. They blame stress, genetics or other factors beyond their control when their cancer was more likely to be triggered by lifestyle choices such as obesity or smoking. It's bound to be a controversial finding as most of us know someone who's had cancer who keeps fit, doesn't smoke, and generally looks after themself. So does the Cancer Council study have a point? Do we blame our jobs instead of our diet? Is it certain types of cancer that are affected by lifestyle choices? Yes. Not all. It is so insidious. But I think the Cancer Council has got to put it out as a timely reminder to say we can do something about it ourselves. , do something about it ourselves. Also front-page news, are the rebels tightening the noose on Colonel Gaddafi in Libya. They're closing in on the capital, Tripoli but Gaddafi supporters remain defiant. On state TV, a presenter loyal to the dictator, brandished a gun and vowed to die defending her station. Which kind of makes anything we do in support of something look a little lightweight. Really. Goodness. Yeah. Next time you rant about something... Yeah. Put out a flint knife and say, " Put out a flint knife and say, "You better Liston." To defend the station. That is commitment to the cause am Scary stuff. Back home, an 85-year-old cockatoo who greets pet shop customers is ordered back into the cage by authorities. His name is Cocky. He's been sitting on a perch, greeting customers at a pet shop in the Melbourne suburb of Coburg for as long as anyone can remember. But government inspectors have now ruled Cocky must be kept inside a cage to prevent him escaping. Now he's 85. From all reports he's happy just sitting on his perch, not trying to fly away. So why change anything? Hasn't made any attempt yet. Why start now? Exactly. That is the point. Why start now and do anything. It still moves? Not like the Monty python rr gag? Stuffed? No, he is 85, happy. Let him go, that's ageest. A bit of madness. Unless of course he was planning the great escape for his 86th birthday. Hits the century mark and he is out of dollar. And from Cocky to a hedgehog. This one is going viral. His name is Max and his bath time is now an internet hit. After swimming around the sink and a scrubbing, Max gets a brushing. The clip of Max the hedgehog has been watched more than 400,000 times since it was posted online several days ago. That's really cool. How cool is that? It does show... 400,000, the hedgehog is not even doing anything. Just brushing the Just brushing the bristles. That is nice. The tattoos are more interesting, on his arm, I think. There you go. A bit later today we will see your interview with Kevin interview with interview with Kevin Rudd? We talked about organ transplants, he is he is very passionate about that and how he is feeling. I tried to touch on whether he was sort of, you know, a crisis in his life, a crossroads, whether he would do anything different. That was met with really interesting reaction, saying, " interesting reaction, saying, "Move on." OK, Kevin, not a problem. How does he think the government is performing. An interesting conversation. He wasn't happy to go there but: snaompt Oh snmpgt come on! We are not going toshow it today because I am worried about China the future of our economy. He is a Chinese expert. He reckons China because I am worried about China and

will hang tough and economic growth will be good and it will be good for our exports. Because he said basically, the regime in China can't afford to let the country slow down because it will cause such upheaval and might disintegrate. He is obviously doing a lot of reading from his sick bed? Or recovery bed? He does read a lot. A bit of a nerd like that. Did he get his BlackBerry sorted? Yes he did. Very funny story. Therese waited to tell him until he was in recovery after the operation, even though it happened before he went under the knife. So she didn't tell him. Wise, really. Later, Hollywood heart-throb Taylor Lautner. But next, news, sport and weather. You're watching Sunrise on the Seven Network. To celebrate Maccas' 40th birthday in Australia, we're giving you a present. And it's something you've been asking for. We've brought back the McFeast and Shaker Fries. With fresh tomato, onions, ketchup and mustard, how could we refuse? Plus you can shake up any Value Meal by turning your fries to Shaker Fries for free. Relive the taste of another era. ('80s ELECTRONIC MUSIC PLAYS) Late for work. Watch it! With our brand new app you can easily catch up on your favourite Sunrise segments. Just scroll back to the date and time you are looking for and hey presto. It is that simple. While you are there, meet the and drop us a line on the Soap Box. While you are there, meet the team Never miss a moment of Sunrise again. That is Canberra, this morning, there could be over a couple of thousand cars and trucks and utes travelling from as far as Port Hedland in WA and Cairns and Darwin to send a message to the government. A vote of no confidence in the changes that are being made. We are going to chat to an organiser this morning. They want another election, go to the They want a mandate, I think. the vote. Coming up - the first pictures as Kim Kardashian gets married in a $10-million ceremony. She's coming down for the Melbourne Cup? Or is the other one? She's in the mix. It is one Kardashian. But first it's over to Nat for the 6:30 news. There's been another major development in the Daniel Morcombe case, with human bones unearthed in bushland south of the Sunshine Coast. DNA tests will be carried out to determine whether the remains are those of the missing 13-year-old. They were found close to where a second shoe was located on Saturday. Perth man Brett Peter Cowan has been charged over Daniel's abduction and murder. Julia Gillard's hold on power is under increasing pressure in the wake of more allegations against Labor MP Craig Thomson. He faces claims he spent nearly $40,000 on his union credit card to fund his 2007 election campaign and almost $30,000 on personal spending. Tony Abbott wants the embattled MP sacked as chair of Parliament's Economics Committee. It's very hard for someone who can't answer questions about his own credit card to credibly ask questions about the nation's credit card. Mr Thomson is also fighting allegations that he misused a union credit card to pay for prostitutes. Libyan rebels have launched a fierce battle for the capital, Tripoli in their final push to oust Moamar Gaddafi. The Libyan dictator's rule appears to be crumbling but he remains defiant, boasting he will emerge victorious. Gaddafi followers have vowed to fight to the end. This television presenter brandished a gun during her broadcast, threatening to become a martyr. Rebels are now reportedly 10 kilometres from the city centre. There's the television reporter there. Police say a drive-by shooting in Sydney's west overnight may be a case of mistaken identity. A man and two women narrowly escaped being shot when a number of bullets were sprayed into their Merrylands home. At the time, there were three adults living in the house. Police believe the house was accidentally targeted. Officers were also called to a house in a nearby street after a bullet struck a front bedroom. They're looking into whether it was a stray shot. New South Wales police have seized nearly $23 million worth of cannabis during a series of raids in south-west Sydney. Strike Force Zambesi targeted 58 homes over 5 months with officers finding and destroying 7,000 marijuana plants and 131 kilograms of cannabis. 18 people have been charged with a range of offences including drug cultivation, drug possession and electricity theft.

Wall Street on Saturday morning, our The markets closed down again on time. That is the fourth consecutive week of weakly losses in America. PE ratios valuations of America stocks are the lowest since 2009. The market there down 18% since April. To the commodities: Time for sport. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. Manly's Steve Matai will come under scrutiny from the NRL's Match Review Committee today for a possible trip on David Stagg during yesterday's win over the Bulldogs. Any charge from the Judiciary will almost certainly rule the damaging centre out of Friday night's blockbuster against Melbourne. It's an important game, we don't like to lose and we particularly don't like losing at Brooky. In yesterday's other game, a Benji-Marshall-inspired Wests Tigers downed Parramatta 31-12 at the SFS. Meanwhile, Broncos centre Justin Hodges is expected to play against the Knights in Newcastle tonight despite an ongoing hamstring issue. Richmond has moved above Melbourne on the AFL ladder after downing the Demons by seven points at the MCG last night. Melbourne stormed into the lead with a 7-goal third term but the Tigers refused to lie down, battling back to notch a gutsy victory. In yesterday's other games, the Swans downed St Kilda by 15 points to shore up their spot in the top eight. And the Western Bulldogs cruised to a 10-goal win over Port Adelaide. Sydneysider Chris Sutton is the latest Australian to excel at cycling's elite level. The 26-year-old powered to victory in stage two of the Tour of Spain this morning and says his first win at grand tour level is a dream come true. Sutton unleashed a fierce finishing sprint despite racing in sweltering temperatures as high as 42 degrees during the 174km stage. Gee, imagine Australia's road-racing team for the 2012 London Olympic Games. How good we looking? Just champions everywhere. Choice kz. An embarrassment of riches, really. Grant is in transit today, off to Japan after a good weekend in Ipswich. Good results, welcome back. We are going to do your weather. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. A low in the east is continuing to generate rain and the odd storm on the northern New South Wales and South-East Queensland coasts. Warm northerlies are affecting southern WA as a trough brings showers to the south-west. The variation, we are envious. Well, Northern Teartorians have to enjoy it before the weather comes in, the wet, gives you the Joke of the Day on Sunrise. Remember, four or five points gets you a $500 voucher from Spreets, They have got good deals. I have been getting the e-mails, fantastic, deals, I have. Have you got a special for us. No, lots of trips and experiences like Go Karting, all sorts of things. We will ask you for a tip tomorrow. Spreets highlight. Joke of the day comes from Michael Roberts from Seyton in South Australia, getting the paddles. Two hunters are Seyton in South Australia, just out in the woods when one collapses. He doesn't seem to be breathing and his eyes are glazed. Doesn't look good. The other guy whips outside the mobile phone and calls emergency services and says, " services and says, "My friend is dead, what can I do dead, what can I do! dead, what can I do!." And the operateer says, " operateer says, "Calm down, I can help, make sure she is dead. There is silence, a gun shot and the guy

comes basqk and says." OK, now what? comes basqk and says." OK, now what?." Michael Roberts. $ Michael Roberts. $500 Spreets voucher is coming your way. Keep sending the jokes in. Coming up - Jane Fonda's surprising secret to staying young. She does look young for her age. Plus, no shipping steel as our biggest steel maker cuts 1,000 jobs and ends Australian exports. And, remembering the heroes of Black Saturday. The stories of courage that came from such tragedy. boys and girls under 17 who want to make friends and get active. (CHEERING) McDonald's is proud to be a major sponsor of Little Athletics in Australia. We help with things such as equipment, scholarships and uniforms. It's one way of giving back to our local community. My parents signed me up when I was 11. Very good! It was just a lot of fun and I loved it. (CHEERING) To find out more, jump online or call this number. # Got to drink on my mind # Showers and 20. Sunny. As we speak it is seven degrees. It's been 2.5 years since the Black Saturday bushfires devastated Victoria, killing 173 people. That toll could have been even higher had it not been for the heroic efforts of many in the community. Today, some of those individuals are being recognised for their courage with the Australian Bravery Decorations. Sunrise correspondent Nuala Hafner caught up with one family who has particularly reason to be proud. Good morning, Nuala. Tell us about the family? Good morning, as you say. The Australian Bravery Decorations go back to 1975. Are a huge honour and go to people who selflessly put their lives at risk to protect others or other's properties. After meeting this very special family, meeting this very special family,, the Morgans certainly fit that bill, take a look. It was the darkest of days. The worst bushfire in Australia's history. And Kinglake was one of the towns hit hardest. As the firestorm raged towards them, Ray Morgan and two of his sons, Shaun and Daniel, were forced to flee their Kinglake home of 30 years. Inching their car through black smoke and flying embers, dodging falling trees, they stopped to rescue anyone they could - an injured man trapped in a car wreck, a family huddled in a ditch. There was four people in the front, five people in the back and I think two dogs in the boot and on the back seat and Andrew was lying down - he was very badly burnt. They used their own clothes to bandage the wounded and the hub caps from their car to fetch water. We ended up at a safe house, and, ah, to be honest, I thought we'd done enough but Shaun didn't think so. So he drags me down in to the car and down we go again. Back down into the flames, they rescued more people then battled to save a stranger's house. Thanks to you, several people are alive today that otherwise wouldn't be. How does that make you feel? It's same that anyone would do. It's the situation. It's the Australian thing. It's the human thing to do. But it left their own family, fearing for the boys' safety, especially sister Jacinta. You get angry with them for not just getting out. But, um, we are just lucky to have them, as it is. Today, all three Morgans will receive Australian Medals of Bravery. How do you feel about receiving this award? At the time of the fires, I wasn't expecting to receive anything. It was just driving past these people in need of help. I just couldn't drive past them and leave them in that state so I had to help. As for their community, residents are doing their best to rebuild but some scars will never heal. This is where the Morgans' home used to be. And while some of their neighbours have decided to come back and try to rebuild, for the Morgans, it's just too painful. All those little memories that, um, I guess, stick with you for the rest of your life. A dark day that brought out the best in many. As a dad, can't be prouder of these two lads, that's for sure. They saw things way beyond their years and they done real good. As you can see, the family is pretty humble about this award. I think they are still haunted by those they weren't able save. They are quick to point out all the other people who did extraordinary things that some of whom are also receiving did extraordinary things that day, bravery medal today. All very, very well deserve said. Thank you, see you soon. Melbourne Victory admit there's some restructuring ahead after signing Socceroo Harry Kewell. The big-name international has penned a 3-year deal that will come at a cost for the A-League club, which now has to make big changes to beat the salary cap. But should the Victory be given some sort of concession for luring such a drawcard back home? Let's ask the Wilsons. Jim and Rebecca are here. Jim, Harry Kewell will no doubt do big things for the A-League. Should Melbourne Victory be given some help with their salary cap? I think they need a consession. The biggest problem with the A-League is our best players go offshore. That is the biggest problem with the domestic competition. This is big fish, to land Harry Kewell is huge for the competition. It is a and they need to get consessions. This guy is a huge name, he will be great for promorgz and marketing of the game. Where am all for it. Am am not. If they wanted consessions they should have said it at the beginning. They have thrown money at it willy-nilly. If they couldn't compete with Sydney FC and Central Coast Maurners, neither club was in the mix, Melbourne were in front, now they say give us cash. If they said it up front... . My issue is it is a classic FFA fix. It is finger in the dike stuff at the moment. He will put bums on seats and make the seats and make the crowds look healthier but at the end of the day, a thin spread of player talent and financial problems in most clubs. Meej p imagine what he will do for the club? In juniors, yes, but there has to be some over all plan and strategy rather than quick fixes they keep coming up with. The World Cup Harry Kewell, such big-ticket stuff and headline grabbing but it doesn't coming up with. The World Cup and

fix the sport. Moving on to AFL. and St Kilda coach Ross Lyon has come out in defence of Saints captain Nick Riewoldt. The skipper came under attack after two late misses and finishing up on the bench during yesterday's 15-point loss to the Swans. But Ross Lyon says Riewoldt is not injured. He thought it was a good effort and that Nick remains a champion centre half-forward. Bec, do you think the criticism is warranted? Look, I don't think it is. I think the Swans played him brilliantly yesterday. He was extremely well

marked. I think the Swans had their best performance of the year. St Kilda have been on a big march, partly due to Nick Riewoldts's form. He has been playing well: he is out of sorts compared to last year but a lot of players who are superstars like that, the moment nay miss a beat -- they miss a beat everyone is jumping on them. He might be carrying a long-term injury. Maybe not quite right? Just a bad day at the office? Just a bad day at the office?? has been down on confidence. That is the most significant win on Just a bad day at the office?? He

weekend for the Swanies. It wasn't the most significant win on the because of Nick Riewoldt's poor form but the Swans played well and should have won by six or seven goals. And, finally, in the NRL, it's been tipped St George Illawarra's season may be done and dusted. League legend Andrew Johns says the Dragons won't win another game this year following their fifth straight loss on Friday night against the Melbourne Storm. Jim, do you back Joey? Have the Dragons lost their fire? What on earth is going on? The wheelvise fallen off. -- the wheels have fallen off. I think they will win another game and play in the finals but only just. They won't win the premiership. I was impressed with the way the Storm grounded out the win without Cooper Cronk. Manly is looking good. Tonight, the Broncos and Newcastle is a huge game, I like the Broncs. Wayne Bennett off to the Knights next season. Has he taken his eye off the ball some In the Sydney morning herald, they said every team has a person at the heart and soul of the footy team. Last year it was Wayne Bennett, now doubt at the Dragons. Up until they had it in Wayne Bennett, now it doubt at the Dragons. Up until May is pear shaped and he is off to Newcastle. Their confidence is like putting a balloon into them. People like Jamie S like Jamie Soward, who is a confidence player, now what will I do? They are playing without any confidence at all. Will they win another game I think they might win one more game but I don't think they can win the comp. Thank you, good to see you. News is next. Then, fighting fit and ready for whatever politics throws at him. Kevin Rudd in his first TV interview since undergoing heart surgery. And reality TV's wedding of the year as Kim Kardashian ties the knot. The first pictures are straight ahead. (UPBEAT ELECTRONIC MUSIC)

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buzzing overhead, the dress was described as a strapless Vera Wang, fuel tulle skirt, and Chantilly lace applique on the bodice and train. For those of you who understand what any of that means? It doesn't look as though they sort of did it on the cheap? Well, you don't spare any expense when it is going to be a two-part TV special like this wedding. So of course it cost about $ course it cost about $10 million, the reported cost of it. You invite as many upper-levels of the alphabet list celebrities that you can get there. These included Mel B, and George Lopez was there and no relation, Maroio Lopez waw there. A contingency of lo00s were there -- ho-- Lohans were there. I hear Eva Longoria. All sorts of stuff to celebrate and we heard Kim changed outfits a few times. We will see them in the TV special. It makes Wills and Kate pale. Who? She is part of the family now. Mel B about to do 'X Factor'. Yes, get inside information. Thanks for that. A big one. See you soon. Talking about the causes of cancer this morning. Because Cancer Foundation has put out a comparison on the left is what people think causes cancer, stress, genetics, smoking, poor diet. On the right is what actually causes it, smoking, lack of exercise. There is a bit of a difference between perception and reality. Look, a prime example here, Jason says yes, Look, a prime example here, Jason says, " says, "Have hulls l always had a -- have always had a problem with people saying smoking is a leader cause of cancer. Many people I have known in my life have died of other causes and not cancer. People in my family have died of cancer, 98% didn't smoke. I do the stats come from? Well the Cancer Council Surveyed 3,000 and said the opposite. It says people might blame stress but they say it is what happens after stress. If you get divorced you might not eat as swoel and have more to drink. He is saying what the study is saying, he is in total denial. But science says smoking is bad, you can't argue against that. Now, still ahead on Sunrise this morning - The new breakthrough in the search for Daniel Morcombe. 1,000 jobs go as the country's biggest steelmaker cuts production and kills off Australian exports. Kevin Rudd in his first TV interview since heart surgery. How sugar could be making you sick. Fifi gets cosy with the Hollywood heart-throb. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel. Thanks for joining us. Also this morning, part two of my journey to Africa. I meet my World Vision sponsor child. Nice to meet you. Aw, thank you! Thank you. You'll meet Eliyas later in the show. Right now it's time for the news of the day with Nat. Thousands of truck drivers are expected to gather in Canberra today to protest against the Gillard Government's leadership. Seven News political reporter Alex Hart has the latest. Good morning. What are these truck drivers demanding? Well, what they want more than anything else is a fresh election. They say they have no confidence in the Julia Gillard government. They are angry about a number of issues, most notably the carbon tax and the ban on live cattle exports to Indonesia. But their voice today, perhaps, won't be heard as loud as first thought. The first convoy, which was due to leave at 5. which was due to leave at 5.30 from one of two staging posts set up around Canberra had to be cancelled due to a lack of numbers. The first convoy didn't start until 45 minutes ago. Police say they expect numbersless than predicted. There were estimates of 9,000 showing but it is more likely we will see 2,000. But the organisers say it is a blow to their cause and they deliberately kept the numbers down to minimise the disruption to the public and traffic arounds Canberra. They say a number of people who started out on the journey didn't make it all the way because they couldn't afford to keep going. But police are well organised with officers set up around the perimeter of Parliament House. We saw Tony Abbott in a truck yesterday. Will he address the crowd? Yes, he will be one of the first speakers when this event gets under way in a few hours. Don't expect to see the Prime Minister here. The government is doing its best to distance itself from this event, saying because the main is a former liberal national party saying because the main organisers candidate, that it is a politically motivated event. Thank you for the Good morning. to see whether they belong DNA tests will be carried out on three human bones to see whether they belong to missing Queensland teenager Daniel Morcombe. The remains were found at a search site in Beerwah, south of the Sunshine Coast, where it's believed the 13-year-old's body was dumped It was the news the Morcombe family had been hoping for but yet, dreading to receive. After days of scouring bushland and sifting through thick mud, police announced three bones had been located at the primary search site in Beerwah. Forensic tests soon confirmed they were human remains. The bones were located close to where a second shoe was discovered on Saturday. The shoe appears to match one found days earlier but police can't confirm if they're the skate shoes Daniel was wearing The 13-year-old's parents have been holding out hope that their son's remains would be found. He needs to be buried in dignity. Yeah, he deserves that. DNA tests could confirm within days whether the bones are Daniel's. It's been an emotional week for Bruce and Denise Morcombe after police announced they'd charged a 41-year-old man with the young boy's murder. It was revealed undercover investigators had been surveilling Brett Peter Cowan at a Perth caravan park for months. He'll fight the charges when he reappears in court next month. Former Guantanamo Bay inmate David Hicks is taking his case to the United Nations in the hope of clearing his name. The 35-year-old wants compensation and an apology from the Australian Government for what he believes was an unlawflul charge and penalty. Hicks pleaded guilty to supplying material support for terrorism after he was captured in Afghanistan in 2007. He's also demanding Australia ask US authorities to overturn his conviction and investigate his claims of torture at the prison. A national memorial service has been held in Norway for 77 people killed during the July massacre. Victims' relatives and survivors were among 6,000 people who attended the ceremony in Oslo. Norway's top musicians performed and the country's King Harold delivered an emotional speech. The service marked one month since confessed killer Anders Brevik went on a shooting spree on Utoeya Island. Coming up - Kevin Rudd in his first TV interview since having heart surgery. But first it's over to Kochie for the finance news.

down 4. down 4.5% over the week. 18% down All-street finished badly again, from its three-year high in April. Its fourth straight week of losses. And European markets weren't much better. To our region, and Friday, we closed well down. This better. To our region, and on week is the last week for the Australian profit reporting season. A whole raft of figures coming out from our major companies and a whole raft of retrench mgts, I predict. -- retrench

retrenchments I predict retrenchments I Time for sport. Here's Beretts. has defended his often-criticised captain Nick Riewoldt following yesterday's loss to Sydney at ANZ Stadium. Riewoldt missed missed two shots at goal during a tense final term but Lyon wasn't prepared to blame his captain for the potentially costly defeat. I thought Nick was pretty good today unlimited supply.

He's certainly not injured. I'm telling you, the nutshell of the game - the midfield got obliterated. In the late game at the MCG, Richmond scored a 7-point win over the Demons while at AAMI Stadium, the Western Bulldogs cruised to a 60-point victory over Port Adelaide. Manly centre Steve Matai will be investigated by the NRL's Match Review Committee today Matai's lengthy Judiciary rap sheet means any charge will almost certainly rule him out of Friday night's blockbuster against Melbourne. In yesterday's other game, moving the Eels a step closer to their first wooden spoon in 39 years. Wallabies winger James O'Connor could be suspended from the upcoming Bledisloe Cup test as early as today. The 21-year-old has until tonight to explain why he was a no-show at last week's World Cup team announcement. But it's unlikely he'll be able to avoid a ban and a hefty fine. Selectors may switch Adam Ashley-Cooper to the wing to cover O'Connor's expected absence with Anthony Faingaa coming into the centres. Great young fellow, James O Connor, real talent but, boy Oh boy, there are things you don't do. He needs a kick up the backside. Yep. You don't do that when you are a Wallaby, you are a professionalling. And so close to the World Cup. Exactly right. It sounds a bit harsh but they are the best methods. We have got your weather today because Grant is on the way to Japan. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. Frequent showers on the Sunshine Coast, not like Friday, beautiful day, I wanted to stay there. Police are hoping forensic tests will confirm whether human bones found on the Sunshine Coast belong to missing teenager Daniel Morcombe. Investigators discovered the remains at Beerwah. It's the same site they've been searching for the past week. Two shoes have also been located there. they've already been sent for forensic testing. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is at the search site on the Sunshine Coast. Good morning to you. How significant of a breakthrough is this discovery for police? Good morning, Kochie. Well, police are hoping this is a major breakthrough for them. Last night they confirmed that the three bones

they found were, in fact, human bones. They were discovered in that primary search site, which is quite a small parcel of land, only 13 by 7 metres, or about the size of a room. That is where the shoes were discovered and everything has been sent away for scientific testing. This point, police won't reveal too much about the shoes. They are not saying what size they are, what condition they are in or what type of shoes they are. They are also not revealing too much about the bones and whether they belong to a teenage male. That is a test a forensic scientist can determine quickly. So it seem it seem seems police want to be 100% certain before announcing these Daniel Morcombe's bones. certain before announcing these are Daniel's parents? Have they been informed? Have they said anything about this latest discovery Well, Bruce and Denise haven't talked publicly about the latest discovery. They have been in Melbourne over the weekend for Denise's mum's birthday but they are heading home to the sun shoun coast. Police commissioner Bob Atkinson called them personally to tell them. No dounlt it is a call they have been waiting for seven and a half years but dreading. A stressful time as they wait for the DNA results. The search is about to get under way here this morning on the Sunshine Coast. A very emotional week as they wait for the discovery or more bones or evidence. or evidence.. Thank you for or evidence.. Thank you for your time, Michelle. Thousands of truckies have driven to Canberra this morning to stage a very public protest against the Gillard Government. They've come from all over Australia from as far away as Port Hedland and Darwin. Called the "Convoy of no Confidence" they'll present a petition to the Prime Minister calling for an early election. So what are their chances? Truckie and convoy organiser Mick Pattel joins us. Why are you asking for the government to go to an early election? Well, we believe this government has been compromised by the arrangement that has been put in place, 12 month ago. Since they have taken

it has been a total disaster. ago. Since they have taken office, Because the integrity of the government has been compromised by the Greens and the Independents. So the deal done 12 months ago, I take it you mean arrangements made between Keaton

take it you mean arrangements made between Independents and Greens. Some argue it is the parliament Australians voted for? I don't believe so, the backroom deals were done to create the arrangement that allowed them to course the labour government into letting them control who was going to govern, certainly isn't government by the people. I think it is very fundamental. The people of this country know that. The trouble is, the Labor Party has been comp

prumizeed and the integrity to the

the point a lot of voters are feeling disenfranchised. You were once a candidate for the liberal national party in Queensland. You have Tony Abbott speaking. Is it more of a political stance you are taking? Everyone would love to put that slant on it. I am very much an Independent, I don't believe I can bought or sold by anybody. I stood down for the candidacy for commination I got from the Liberal bought or sold by anybody. I have

stood down for the candidacy for the National Party because I believed there was a conflict of interest. a result of that and what I am there was a conflict of interest. As doing, I broke the candidate agreement which automatically makes me disqualified and I knew it was happening. A seat in parliament is not as important as having a country functioning well under a good

government. I believe if I can push it in that direction, it is what I am doing. I know so many people in the community agee with ayorx things -- agree with you, things have come in we didn't vote for but surely the gilleder government is ---Gillard government is not the government is not the fist one Tony Abbott -- first one and Tony government is not the fist one and Abbott would have made deals if he was in power? It was a bad situation brought on by a preferential voting system that is a failure. We need to look at the whole system. I know that the coalition relies on preference voting for them to survive. But at the end of the day, it is flawed and hasn't worked very well. I believe the integerateee of the -- integrity of the parliament of the parliament has been compromised by it am Thank you for your time. It's been three weeks since Kevin Rudd underwent open heart surgery. It was needed to replace a faulty aortic valve which was the result of contracting rheumatic fever as a child. This was the second time the former Prime Minister's had the operation. 20 years ago he received a valve from an organ donor. I caught up with him in Noosa for his first TV interview since the surgery. I benefited for 20 years from someone's anonymous donation back in the early '90s and I'd just like to thank them. I don't know who they are. I can just see what looks like the top of your scar? Is that it? How far did it go down? It's a 12-inch special. And because I had it done before they just stuck to the same railway track. This is "Kevin 24/7" like you've never seen him before - relaxed, recovering and resting just like the doctor ordered. You still feel knocked around. It's like a mule kicking you in the chest and then someone dropping a Besser brick on you. Were you scared of dying? but I reckon after major surgery or being knocked off as PM there's always time for reassessment about what you're doing and if it's useful. Not surprisingly, Kevin's decided his future will remain in politics. I think what happens when you get a tomahawk in your chest, otherwise called surgery. And not in your back, like politics? The big difference is this time it's in your front and with your consent. A message to Julia, perhaps? I was fascinated in I was fascinated in the polls just a couple of weeks ago, the Australian public would prefer you and Malcolm to lead us through times of hardship? And your question is? Prarn Laughs) And your question is? Prarn Laughs). You know the great thing about having a couple of weeks off, I don't have to think about that stuff. But he did have to think about the national security crisis his wife Therese almost caused when she accidentally deleted data on his Blackberry while he was in intensive care. Three months of my emails, goneskies. (LAUGHS) "That's OK, darling." Mate, you liar. Mate, if you'd been drugged as much as I was coming out of surgery. I've got more tubes coming out of me than the National Broadband Network and then she fesses up. What am I going to say? Threaten to pull out a tube? And Kevin expects to be off work, recovering for another four or five weeks. Here's Mel. Today marks six months since New Zealand was hit by one of the country's worst natural disasters. On February 22, a 6.3 earthquake devastated the city of Christchurch. Buildings collapsed, around 100,000 homes were damaged and over 180 people lost their lives. New Zealand Prime Minster John Key described it as the country's darkest day. It's a very tragic situation and it's a time of great agony for those whose families and, of course, for other New Zealanders looking on. The recovery is still far from over. It will take billions of dollars to rebuild the city. Let's check in with dean of the Christchurch Cathedral, Peter Beck. Does it feel like it's been six months So much work still to be done. How is the recovery process going? Does it feel like six months? Well, just coming up shortly is September 4, a year since it all began. That was the first quake. Fortunately, nobody died in that one. It feels for us it has been forever but sometimes it feels it was just yesterday. I was saying to the guy I got a coffee from on forever but sometimes it feels like

the way down here, " the way down here, "How is it going for you? for you?." And he said, " for you?." And he said, "We are getting there step by step." It is a long and slow process and hard journey. Especially for those who have lost their homes, uncertain about the future and trying to negotiate with the government about where and how they will live and how it will be paid for. But alongside that we have the most amazing plans and opportunities for the city. It is really exciting. It is about being sustainable and green and all that stuff. So that is great. The other thing that has happened since September and especially since February is restoreing the memory of community. It is often in the worst of times you see the best in of times you see the best in people. We have seen that in Christchurch over the past few months, people reaching out and caring for each other. For me, it is the act of God to see the care and commitment and love people are showing to love people are showing to each other. That is amazing and we want

it to continue on. What an amazing positive attitude. That is going to help. We sit and look at the pictures and can't imagine what it is like to rebuild a city and so many lives. Tell us how your cathedral is going? I know it was significantly damage said. Yes, it was severely damaged. is a lot of things we don't know and a lot of things we know we don't Yes, it was severely damaged. There

know yet. But while we are building and planning, in the short term we are hoping to put up a cardboard cathedral in the central city. People are going cardboard? But it is designed by a jaz architect, -- Japanese architect, and it is beautiful, we want to put something of beauty in the midst of the dereliction. It is weather-proof, fire-proof, earthquake strength sqnd stunning. -- strepbgd -- strengthened and stunning. It will be used boo all communities gaoup groups. It is a sign of new life in the city. As a Christian, it is what I believe in. Life comes from death and sorry. Love is stronger than hate. At the heart of my belief, as a Christian, all that separates and injures and destroys is overcome by all that unites and heals and creates. Whatever faith people have in our city, it is what we are working for and everybody is working for. To rebuild the city and care for the city. And the people. We wish you all the best as the long road aheads continues. Thank you for your time this morning. Thank you very much, God bless you. Many cancer patients are in denial according to a new study by the Cancer Council. It says patients blame stress, genetics, or other factors beyond their control when it's more likely their cancer was triggered by lifestyle choices, such as obesity or smoking. For more we're joined by Sunrise GP Dr Ginni Mansberg. Good morning. This is a pretty controversial finding, isn't it? Do you think it will change how we think and look at cancer? Well, cancser not like the grim reaper that comes and takes you out, as the unwitting person that you did nothing to avoid cancer. But unfortunately, doctors haven't communicated this well. If people think they could not have done anything to avoid this, we have to be changing our communication, definitely. But at the ends of the anything to avoid this, we have got

day, losing weight, stopping smoking, stopping excessive drinking, doing more exercise, that the sort of messages we should give whether it is stopping cancer or heart disease or diabetes. It is only some cancers. We know of children or different cases that there is no way they could have been avoided with changes to lifestyle. 100% avoided with changes to lifestyle. 100%. People with cancer shouldn't be beating themselves up. Jason has e-mailed in. He reflects a lot of people on the Soap Box, says he has been a smoker for many years, many people have smoked and from other causes. In my family, I many people have smoked and died have had relatives who died from cancer and they didn't smoke. You can't say every smoker will get lung cancer but you are playing Russian roulette and wouldn't take the gamble. What advice? Do more exercise, eat less processed food, stop drinking so much. It is the same stuff, in terms of the same stuff, in terms of stress, sure it doesn't cause cancer but we are not advocating it, it stuffs up your immune systems and causes infection. But get rid of stress. So sensible. Thanks for coming in. Every Australian dreams of putting on the green and gold to represent our country. For most, that means years of dedicated training. But not when you happen to find a loophole allowing you to take up the prestigious international sport of dodgeball. It's a true underdog story. What could be greater than representing Australia? These Aussie larrikins are the first to admit their shortcomings on the sports field but they still found a way to take on the world. Dodgeball, it's not very big here you know, maybe he and I could make that team? As it turns out we actually could make the team because it didn't exist. Using the greatest loophole in Australian sport, they created an Australian Dodgeball Association. then they selected themselves as our country's first ever international dodgeball team - The Emus. We are not an athletic bunch. We've got the passion, we believe in representing our country and doing the best we can. These out-of-shape 30-somethings had never played a competitive game of dodgeball in their lives but wearing the green and gold, true athletes emerged. They won two of their seven test matches. Incredibly, Australia's now ranked 27th amongst the top 30 dodgeball teams in the world. They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas but these guys are about to publish a tell-all book about their adventures. We're joined by Emus captain Michael Mead and member Burt Sigsworth. Boys, welcome back. Burt, what does the book reveal? Well, it is an expose. It tells all the amazing things that happened to us. The funny things, the highs and the low. I suppose it is the full story, balls and all. Objects cay. And did you meet anyone you give us a few tidbits for the book? Out for Father's Day, why And did you meet anyone famous? Can

should we buy it? It should we buy it? It was an unbelievable journey for us. We partied with INXS, hung out in Hollywood mansions, you know, bunch of media, met your goodself a number of times. An unbelievable journey. So are you, are you keeping it going? Are you shooting for the next world championships? Or are you going to cross over to some other sports? Snow, we -- no, we are sticking to dodgeball, we feel we have given the championship the most. But maybe United Kingdom Grand Slam tour. Give another lucky group of Aussies a championship the most. But maybe a

chance. Kochie, could be a spot for you in the side. A couple of guys, a great example making the most of something like this, I got to say, well done, guys, A couple of guys, a great example of

good to see you. Here is Mel. News is next. Then, the 85-year-old cockatoo ordered back into a cage because animal inspectors think he's an escape risk. And Taylor Lautner. The Hollywood heart-throb hits Australia. He's soon on Sunrise. Good morning.. Renee Konig here with you from Canberra.. And today we're keeping an eye on that threatened truck blockade in

the ACT. All week we've been told convoys of trucks from all over the nation are heading here to protest about a range of the Gillard Government's

policies.. like the carbon tax.. changes to the diesel fuel levy.. and the live cattle export ban. This morning it looks as though there's little effect on our traffic. The first convoy of about 70 trucks and other vehicles drove

through the territory earlier this morning.. with the second on their way now. Later on.. protestors will be bussed to Parliament House.. for a rally. BUT at this stage.. it seems like there's not as many traffic problems as

feared. Convoy organisers say numbers were actually scaled back.. to lessen the impact on commuters. That's all for now. Goodluck on the roads. We'll keep you up to VOICEOVER: Going through this

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The parents of murdered Sunshine Coast schoolboy Daniel Morcombe will return home from a family gathering in Melbourne today after human bones were found in bushland north of Brisbane. Police have sent the bones for DNA testing and should have results soon. The breakthrough came on the eighth day of the search just 40km from where the 13-year-old went missing 8 years ago. Brett Peter Cowan has been charged with Daniel's murder. Two Victorian men have been seriously injured after a backyard experiment went horribly wrong last night. Police say the men were making a rocket for friends and family when a mixture of chemicals exploded. A 24-year old man was airlifted to the Royal Melbourne Hospital with life-threatening injuries. His 23-year-old friend was taken to Alfred Hospital in serious condition. until Christchurch has fully recovered from its worst natural disaster. Today marks six months since New Zealand was hit by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake. It's a long, slow slow process and a hard, hard journey, especially for those people who have lost their homes, are uncertain about the future for themselves. It's expected to take billions of dollars to rebuild the city. Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio has touched down in Sydney this morning. Arriving in a blue hoodie and cap combo DiCaprio had little to say as he walked through the airport terminal. The heart-throb is here to shoot Australian director Baz Luhrmann's remake of the 1972 classic, 'The Great Gatsby'. He plans to make Sydney his home for the 4-month shoot which begins in September. Cool as a cucumber, isn't he? Leo? Look at him. Isn't it great to have them all in Australia? Can't wait for the movie. Great book. them all in Australia? Can't wait for the movie. Great book. Let's take a look at Wall Street, closed down 172 points on Saturday morning, the fourth consecutive week of losses. Down 18% from its three-year high in April. To the currency markets: Time for sport. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. Demons caretaker coach Todd Viney has told his players to harden up after a frustrating 7-point loss to Richmond at the MCG last night. Melbourne fought back from a 26-point deficit to hit the lead in the second half but they couldn't keep it going, slumping to a 4th straight defeat. COMMENTATOR: Spins out of trouble, dribbles it along the ground. Brilliant. Colin Sylvia and Aaron Davey were both reported for striking while earlier yesterday, Sydney got its season back on track with a gutsy 15-point win over St Kilda. And Paul Williams enjoyed a soft introduction to senior coaching, guiding the Bulldogs to a 10-goal demolition of Port Adelaide. Manly centre Steve Matai will be investigated by the NRL's Match Review Committee today for a possible trip in yesterday's win over the Bulldogs. Matai's lengthy judiciary rap sheet means any charge will almost certainly rule him out of Friday night's blockbuster against competition frontrunners Melbourne. In yesterday's other game, the Wests Tigers downed Parramatta 31-12, moving the Eels a step closer to their first wooden spoon in 39 years. Craig Lowndes will head into the V8 Supercars season of endurance in peak form after completing a clean sweep of the Coates Hire Ipswich 300. Lowndes notched up his 80th career victory in Sunday's final race Championship leader Jamie Whincup missed the start after a team slip-up with his engine and finished his weekend in the sand. He's now just 98 points in front of Team Vodafone stablemate Lowndes. Quite amazing what happened to Jamie Whincup's car. When they take the top off the air box, working on the engine, they put a cover on to keep it secret and they left the top. It got suck under to the engine. He went to the back of the slips am Does someone lose their job. There will be an ocawkward review. Lots of Ipswich folk there and a good weekend. Grant did a great job on the weekend and now he is son his way to p -- is on his way to on his way to Japan so we are going to do the weather. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. A low in the east is continuing to generate rain and the odd storm on the northern New South Wales and South-East Queensland coasts. Warm northerlies are affecting southern WA as a trough brings showers to the south-west. Our friends at Accor would like you to stay at Novotel Wollongong Northbeach at discounted rates. It's an ideal beachside escape for both couples and families, an hour south of Sydney. , Stay this weekend and you can see the Hawks and the Kings play a game. The Novotel Wollongong Northbeach is offering Sunrise viewers the exclusive rate of $159 a night in a residential view room including brekkie daily. That's a saving of over 50%. 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