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(generated from captions) one satellite. This morning - missing - giant piece of space junk land? Where, oh where, did that Give them a break - tax deductions for childcare working women demand including, for full-time nannies. Plus, the Queen and I - about his grandma, the family Prince William opens up and his future as king. Also today, home truths - Jermaine sets the record straight. Michael Jackson's big brother Then... take photo? Why won't it take a picture, I don't know, dear. (BURPS) Pardon me. They're actually very sweet. who've become an internet hit. The computer-challenged seniors They join us live. It's Sunday 25 September 2011. This is Weekend Sunrise. Live from Brekky Central and Samantha Armytage. here's Andrew O'Keefe Hello. Thanks for joining us. , We have got a few party people outside who have just come off the back of a 21 is it birthday party. Obviously they didn't get lucky, they have come down here. They are trying their luck around the studio. They are big Sam fans, obviously. OK, that's enough. They are looking like an attractive option at 7 am off the back of a huge night. Very attractive option. There is one that ILE Sam. They need the coffee. Thank you for joining us this morning. Also today... I just want to do my job. Don't want a scandal, and cover-ups. Sex trafficking, corruption stars in 'The Whistleblower' - Academy Award winner Rachel Weisz our Movie of the Week. I am guessing all the girls from that 21 is it, are still down at the news agent, picking up their pads to write "I love Andrew" notes. write "

as the Cats smashed West Coast Plus, another top night of footy against Collingwood. took book a Grand Final berth their way into the NRL Grand Final, And the Warriors have stormed downing Melbourne by eight points. all morning. Simon Reeve's got you covered finding the one, after the one. And, dating after divorce - What many of us can learn to move on. from one woman's hilarious mission from Jessica Rowe. But let's begin with the latest news Good morning, Jess. You could have used I Lovell nor. Good morning, Jess. Good morning. has been spared some stress Sydney teenager Madeline Pulver final school exams as she prepares for her not applying for bail. with her alleged bomb hoaxer in Australia yesterday morning Paul Douglas Peters arrived back from the US for at least another two months. and will remain in custody from starting her HSC Maddy is four weeks away so that's our main focus right now. with several offences The 50-year-old has been charged and aggravated break and enter. including kidnapping The new IMF chief has warned through the workload the global economy is only halfway of a second global financial crisis. needed to tackle fears plummeting markets, In the wake of last week's finance heads from around the world confronting the global situation. have agreed to act on the dangers World leaders are also being urged dealing with Europe's debt crisis. not to point fingers when to figure out NASA experts are still trying satellite crash-landed. where pieces of their decommissioned The space junk's tumbling re-entry an exact location. has made it difficult to pinpoint our atmosphere. were expected to make it through if the debris fell on land, NASA says it was most likely to strike Canada, anywhere. but admit it could have landed in Afghanistan It's been revealed Australian troops invisible injuries from bomb blasts. are suffering so-called brain damage, depression The injuries - which can include and post-traumatic stress - by pressure waves from explosions. are believed to be caused has now introduced The Australian Defence Force hit by blasts compulsory testing for all soldiers easier to detect. to make the problem rolling strike action - Victorian police are planning toll road penalties refusing to issue speeding fines, and traffic infringement notices. of the state's police Around two-thirds in the past week have apparently voted in a bid for better pay. to ban all penalty notices to notify Victoria Police The Police Association is planning of the results of the vote tomorrow. until the end of the week, though. The bans won't come into place Finding a job is never easy almost anything and some people will do to get their resume out to potential employers. With more tough times ahead, a woman in the US has taken her job search to new heights. Standing in the rain with a handful of balloons may not sound like job hunting for you but after nearly a year for looking for work. Cheryl said she was willing to try Whatever it takes I'm going to do it to get a job. said she was willing to try anything

The idea to find work is to place her resume inside helium filled balloons and then release them With the idea that I have just as much chance of one of these balloons randomly reach someone who will me a call. She sends out 100 resumes a week. randomly reach someone who will gave

She says she hasn't earned a single interview? I am confident that any position I'm offered and interview for, I can make it happen. She says she knows the balloon idea satisfy long shot but hopes it brings her attention Id something to identify with what I'm going through with the job search and the market is so vicious right now, that you have to do right now, that you have to do what you have to do. The balloons may find their target.

Either way she remains confident in herself.. Let's hope that she finds a job. I don't think it will be as an environment mist. I suspect that NASA will find a satellite wrapped in resumes somewhere. Maybe the space shuttle would have blown herbal ands everywhere. Geelong is sweating on the results of scans on Steve Johnson's knee after the star forward collapsed in agony during the Cats' 48-point Preliminary Final win over West Coast yesterday. The club is hopeful Johnson will be available to play against Collingwood But the 2007 Norm Smith medallist made a symbolic walk back to the bench before the end of the game. I felt a bit better when I heard the cheers but I'll just have to see what happens. And dual Brownlow medallists Chris Judd and Adam Goodes are favourites to again take out this year's award. Bruce will host coverage on Seven tomorrow night. The Warriors have booked an NRL Grand Final appearance against Manly, unleashing against the Storm to win 20-12 in Melbourne overnight. Leading 14 -12 at the half, the Kiwis were ruthlessly efficient after the break with relentless attacks at the line. When Melbourne did get their chance, they blew it with the big three - Cronk, Slater and Smith - failing to come up with a big play. But for the Warriors, persistence was rewarded with just minutes remaining. COMMENTATOR: Dummies again, Johnson... gets it away to Brown... oh, Brown goes in to score! And the Warriors, they're bound for the Grand Finals! Shaun Johnson take a bow. James Maloney's conversion sealed the upset and ended Melbourne's season. The All-Blacks are coping just fine with the pressure at the World Cup, owning France with a dominant 37-17 win at Eden Park. The home side controlled all but the opening 10 minutes, banishing the memories of their stunning quarterfinal exit to the French at the 2007 World Cup. All Blacks captain Richie McCaw was presented with a special cap at the end of the game, celebrating his 100th international appearance. Over the last 10 days a lot of people have congratulated me and stuff and that's always pretty awesome. The victory parachutes them into the 'southern hemisphere' section of the knockout stages where they're most likely to meet the likes of South Africa and Australia. The wounded Wallabies won't train again until Tuesday with Robbie Deans struggling to rustle up a fully fit team to take on Russia. Aussie Aaron Baddley is tied for the lead at 9 under during the third round of the PGA tour in Georgia. Jason Day is three shots back while countryman Adam Scott has dropped off the pace and is in a five way tie for sixth at 5 under. Sebastian Vettel has claimed his 11th pole of the season at the Singapore Grand Prix with another blistering qualifying drive. Vettel was 0.351 of a second quicker than his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber, who'll start next to him. McLaren duo Jensen Button and Lewis Hamilton will line up in third and fourth on the grid. That's all the sport so far, would have - it would have been nice That's all the sport so far, you for you to Pat his cut forehead there Get your little swab out. Maybe give him some stitches The cap didn't fit properly. It wasn't a good cap It wasn't a good cap

Craig Bellamy looked happy. He was in the box looking for someone called Frank. On the bit that we showed anyway. In the post match interview. Time for weather now, with James Tobin. James, good morning. Where do we find you this morning? Watsons bay in Sydney. I don't if you can tell it's windy but it is quite windy down here. It will be a Watsons bay in Sydney. I don't know

fairly nice morning. Personally, I am on a little bit of a fitness at the moment. You knows about that. I did the Nissan bmt rw triathlon. am on a little bit of a fitness kick

It kind of spurred me on to go do a bit more. I got pushed into that but then, I loved it. I loved it so I have kept ongoing. This morning I thought I would dedicate the morning to little wellness tips, little things you can do to start getting a little bit more healthy, a little bit more active. Everyone has that kind of goal. It's just actually taking that first step to actually doing some stuff. So this morning I've got an entire team of health professionals coming down to give us little pieces of advice a yoga professional, a fitness instructor, a strength and conditions coach. Stella the dentist? Stella the dentist is unfortunate I unavailable. She is very excited about at the'Better Homes & Gardens' show. She will do dental checks there and ten push ups just to make you smile. We have got a team coming down to help us being a little bit elthinker. Let's look at the weather for the first time this morning. On the regional fly-around - fine in Cairns. Fine in Townsville. A few showers with the chance of a storm for Toowoomba. Brisbane also has the chance of a thunderstorm. In New South Wales - a few showers, windy at Coffs Harbour. Partly cloudy for Dubbo. Showers in Sydney. Clearing showers in Canberra. And partly cloudy in Albury. Light early frost in Ballarat. Partly cloudy in Melbourne. Launceston, partly cloudy. A cloudy 16 day in Hobart. Fine, mostly sunny in Mount Gambier. 19 degrees in Adelaide. Partly cloudy in Alice Springs. Mostly sunny for Darwin. And in WA - there's a storm risk in Albany. A shower or two developing in Perth. Sunny in Broome. Showers for Carnarvon. Every time I read that forecast I get to Broome, I think gee, I would like to be there, sunny and 31 in Broome this morning. It's all about wellness, just small tips to try and get more healthy. A very, very, very important one is rest. Rest and relax. So before all of these health professional get her and start to make me feel a bit of pain. I thought I would kick it off, in the view with a little bit of a thought I would kick it off, taking coffee, it's a little soy Latte, it's a quite why soy morning. it's a quite why soy Morning it's a quite why soy morning There are good fish and chips there in Watsons Bay. Let's not be too healthy. Watsons Bay makes me think of fish and chips. You do a little bit of activity, then you reward yourself, a little bit of activity and then some fish and chips. A little bit after run, then Guantanamo and have a beer if you're over 18. That's our motto on the show. I think a much more basic health tip this morning would be don't get pneumonia. For the next half hour you may want to put a jacket on. I will see you soon with my coffee. Laying out before us this morning on Weekend Sunrise - questions raised about a deal between pharmacists and a supplement giant. But next - collar-bomb hoax victim Maddie Pulver knuckles down for final exams as her alleged tormenter makes no application for bail. Introducing the new Birthday McMuffin

with a sausage patty, freshly cracked egg, golden potato rosti, a rasher of bacon and barbecue sauce. It's freshly made and epically tasty. (WOMAN GIGGLES) (GASPS) (SCREAMS) (MAN SCREAMS) (BOTH SCREAM) Huh? VOICEOVER: Kellogg's Crunchy Nut - crisp golden flakes and crunchy nuts covered in delicious honey. Mmm. The trouble is, they taste too good. The man accused of terrorising a teenage girl with a fake collar-bomb will spend at least the next two months behind bars. Paul Peters fronted court yesterday and made no application for bail. Weekend Sunrise Sydney correspondent Edwina Bartholomew joins us. Good morning. Take us through what happened in court. ncht well, very little happened, compared to what we were expecting. Paul Peters was due to appear by video link but the math sate said that wasn't necessary. The police facts in this case will be served on 5 November. Paul Peters will be in court on 17 November. He did not apply for bail and it was formally refuse chltd. This of course followed what was a relatively short extradition session. He was going to wave his right to fight his extradition from the us tous Australia. If he had chosen to fight that t could have taken weeks or months to complete. Instead, it was just a matter of New South Wales police just a matter of New South Wales police sending two officers to the us tous accompany him home. He left there on Thursday and was flown Los Angeles. We saw some of those pictures where pictures where he was taken down the there on Thursday and was flown via

steps in handcuffs. He was then transferred on to a Qantas flight for the 15 hour journey back home. He wasn't in handcuffed but was accompanied by those Australian police officers. The passengers on that flight reported that he spent most of the time sleeping. Keep in mind, this is a flight that he has taken many times before. He was a businessman who travelled often between the US and Australia there. His ex-wife lives there. This time he was met by 30 officers taken to the Sydney police centre here Surrey Hills and immediately charged the Sydney police centre here in with three charges. Special aggravated break and entry, demand money with men ases and kidnapping, some very serious charges. You get the feeling that he wanted to get out of the American prison. Peters will be in prisan as Maddy Pulver takes her final HSC examples. He was due to return back here on the day before she started her

examples. He is not back in court, she will be left alone to continue her studies. You would have to imagine, that the New South Wales board of studies would take into account the extraordinary circumstances that she has been through. Obviously, she was at home studying for her trials when this happened. Yesterday, the Pulver family said they were relieved to have him home. Madeleine's father Bill, praised her resillience and strength . I think the New South Wales police have handled this superbly. I have been impressed from day one. So yeah, I am completely happy with yeah, I am completely happy with the way it's gone. They seem to have a good job so far. Ed wean a thank you for bringing us up to date. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has given the most important speech of his life. He's submitted his request for full UN membership as a path toward Palestinian statehood. In order to pass, with no vetoes from the permanent countries. For more we're joined by Sunrise foreign editor Dr Keith Suter. You are virtually you are your own state these days. Going for full UN membership, that's one step on the road to state hood s that right. Absolutely. What would happen, if they were to be successful which they won't be but if they were to be successful, they would then be seen in international terms as the equivalent of Israel. They could then be attending all the UN meetings and doing all that sort of thing. They won't make it this time around. This is the most important speech that Mahmoud Abbas has so far given in his career because it's the beginning of the process. If they If they were successful, and they were given UN membership, what would then be the next step to being a fully-fledged state. That would be a major push towards the Israelis to accelerate this peace negotiation and what is called the two state solution which has been an idea, that has been in circulation now for over 70 years. The problem is that every time offer is made, offer is made, the Palestinians have The problem is that every time the said, no, the Israelis have said yes. But every time the offer is renewed, there is slightly less land that's available for the Palestinians. There are some Palestinians who saying we don't want to do a deal with Israel. We don't recognise the existence. We want to continue the fight. Mahmoud Abbas is on the one hand with the Israelis. He has some of his own critics. Hamas who don't Abbas is on the one hand dealing

approve of any deal with Israel. So Israel is fighting this or to it anyway until there is some Israel is fighting this or opposed kind of peace plan in place. The US is in a bit of a hard place. A year ago, Obama supported Palestinian state hood but now he is saying no. What happened, is that a year ago, the President said that we should return to the 1967 borders which is before Israel took over the West Bank. So what has happened, is that the Israeli Prime Minister have said no, things have changed as then. Over the years, the Israelis have settled more and more of their own people on that West Bank. You have a population of about 500,000. They are basically cities. It will be very difficult to move those people out and put them back on to the other side. Cht Indeed. Don't forget, Israel is a nation of 7 million Prime Ministers, so even if the current Prime Minister were to get an agreement, he still has to get that half million off. Indeed. How is Australia going to vote on this? Australia is divided. On the one hand the foreign minister says let's abstain on this, to keep in with the Arab bloc, the rest of the world, two Arab bloc, the rest of the world, two-thirds will arp the Arabs. Julia Gillard says we must support Israel. So that's another bit of tension between the Prime Minister and foreign minister. It's amazing our local politics comes Noogee owe politician. Happy Sherlock Holmes Day. They're known as one of our most trusted professions but pharmacists are now being encouraged to push patients into buying additional supplements to go with their prescribed medication. It's follows a new partnership between the Australian Pharmacy Guild and Blackmores. Joining us now for more is Sunrise GP Dr Ginni Mansberg. Good morning, Ginni. So how exactly will this work? So you will go off to your pharmacist and give pharmacist and give them a script for your blood pressure pill. Something will pop up on Federal Government funded software that says you must need this Something will pop up on their

particular Blackmores supplements which is endorsed by Guild and comes with the formally which is endorsed by the Pharmacy guild and a pop up Pam complete, the farmist will come up to you and give you that and say here is this supplement to go with it, it's not all that different to the existing supplements that are on the shelf at the other end of the pharmacy. We have talked about them before, how do you feel about this sort of situation? It's not that the supplements they are talking about, they are talking about a third of all It's not that the supplements that

descriptions, 58 million scripts that are filled every week. It's not that they are harmful for you. They don't do all that much for you. It's not that they are not really necessary is really concerning me. For example with the blood pressure one, they are saying that you need zinc. There is some evidence from small trials that people on two particular blood pressure medications have lower zinc levels in their blood but they are going to say that say that everybody on blood pressure medications need zinc supplement represents. Do we need to question what GPs are prescribing It's not the GPs is going to give you your script for your medicine or your heartburn and when you take to the form your heartburn and when you take it to the your heartburn and when you take it to the farmist, they are going to coke and fries up your burger. Here is your description medicine but here is something else to go with it for more money. Will this compromise the relationship between the patient and the pharmacist. For people on a Budget, this is a huge stuff. If they say look, you may or not benefit from this, there is something across the haul that may be cheaper. Why don't you speak to your GP about it. I don't there is a issue. I think there will be an issue if the pharmacist pushes to your GP about it. I don't think

everybody on to it. They could compromise their own believability which is very strong at the moment. Interesting, great to talk to you, good to hear you are sounding better too.. I was go to have some cil oil after the break. We will see you after the break.

So, Josh, what do you do? VOICEOVER: Home haircuts are one way to save money. A Suncorp Bank home loan is another. You'll get an ongoing discount and up to $200 off Suncorp insurance. Isn't that worth the switch? The body thrives on movement but pain can slow it down. That's why Panadol thinks about pain differently.

than regular Panadol tablets to relieve pain past. Flights are subject to regulatory approval and start in November. The Beijing services will run from Melbourne via Singapore and the sale ends 2am Eastern Time on 30 September. There are plenty of other low fare international destinations, like Sydney to Christchurch for $169 or the Gold Coast to either Osaka or Tokyo for $469. Hit jetstar.com or call: News time. Here's Jess. Good morning. With fears of another global financial crisis - the International Monetary Fund has pledged to work together in a bid to avert the possibility of an economic meltdown. The IMF says Europe's leaders will take whatever action is needed to prevent the current crisis from escalating. There was a lot of coming together in the room and that is something which is difficult to reflect. Talks between the leaders in Washington are continuing. Just 10 days after its grand opening, trouble has already found Sydney's new Star Casino. Police and the Riot Squad were called to the Casino just after 1:00 this morning after reports a large brawl had broken out between two groups of people. When officers arrived, most of those involved had fled the scene. A 37-year-old was treated for head injuries. A number of people were detained but refused to assist with investigations. The man accused of strapping a fake collar bomb around the neck of Sydney schoolgirl Maddie Pulver will spend at least another two months in custody. Paul Douglas Peters was yesterday charged over the alleged extortion attempt after arriving back in Sydney from the US. Maddie is four weeks away from starting her HSC so that's our main focus right now. The family of 18-year-old Maddie say they hope she can now focus on her final exams - due to finish just before Mr Peters is scheduled to appear in court. A group of powerful female executives say parents should be able to claim childcare - including nannies - as a tax deduction. The coalition of high-ranking females are pushing the Federal Government to implement the changes so more women can return to work after having a baby. They say the cost of childcare is the biggest obstacle mothers are facing when heading back into the workforce. Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is set to return to the country's top job for an historic third term. The current president, Dmitry Medvedev, announced he would step aside for Putin as the Kremlin party leader at next year's polls in March. Putin already served two terms as president from 2000 to 2008 and if he is successful, could remain in power until 2024. And an American wingsuit flyer has pulled off a tricky stunt in China. The daredevil jumped from a helicopter hovering at an altitude over 1,800 metres. He flew through a hole in a mountain and landed on the other side. That was one of the greatest wingsuit flights in my entire life. Thank you, China, that was amazing. The 35-year old is the first to try the stunt in China. , Perhaps to try it anyway. That is incredible. He didn't need the Jetstar special, did he? He could do his own thing. You would imagine that flight would have to be subject to regulatory approval. He got it as well which is good. Cats forward Steve Johnson will find out the extent of his knee injury today when he undergoes scans after collapsing in a tackle during Geelong's 48-point Preliminary Final win over West Coast. Doctors certainly haven't ruled him out so I guess that's a positive. There's no point speculating until there's a better diagnosis. And Chris Judd and Adam Goodes are hot favourites to receive their third Brownlow Medal. The ceremony will be shown live on Seven tomorrow night. The Warriors are through to the NRL Grand Final, defeating a shell-shocked Melbourne Storm outfit by eight points overnight. Leading by two, New Zealand held the Storm scoreless during the second half before Shaun Johnson ended their season, sending Lewis Brown over in the 77th minute. It's obviously great when players back themselves like that in high-pressure situations. He'll match up against Rookie of the Year Daly Cherry Evans when the Warriors take on Manly in the decider next Sunday. All Blacks skipper Richie McCaw has celebrated his 100th test game with a brilliant win over France 37-17 to put them into the quarterfinals. New Zealand scored five tries to two in front of the home fans at Eden Park, their red-hot form establishing them as firm favourites to win the competition. Meanwhile, former All Blacks star Jonah Lomu has reportedly been admitted to hospital for a kidney-related health scare. He had a transplant back in 2004. Sebastian Vettel could be crowned F1 World Champion today if the results go his way in Singapore. Vettel will start from pole after clocking a scintillating qualifying time nearly half a second faster than team-mate Mark Webber who finished second. Pretty happy, to be honest. It's been a pretty testing venue for me in the past. McLaren duo Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton took second and third respectively. - took third and fourth I should say respectively. Manchester United have spoiled their 100% premier league record after recording a 1-1 draw against lowly Stoke. On goal difference, United remain ahead of Manchester City who beat Everton but the result came as a wake-up call for the champs. A sizzling 64 has Aaron Baddley in a 3-way tie for the lead in the third found of the rich Tour Championship in Georgia. Jason Day is two shots back at 7 under while Adam Scott is tied for seventh at 5 under. He has the cleanest teeth in the business after his little tour around the country and now he is learning the little secrets of life, a healthy, happy life. What is that I can hear? He is mowing a lawn. I have just been relaxing. Very important to a healthy life of well being, is to be relaxed. Now, we are going to start to get into some movement. Yoga is something that I haven't done a lot of. I have given it a go and it didn't quite feel right for me just yet. Paula Watkins is one of leading instructors. Paula, come over. Good morning. Why should people get into yoga? I think yoga offers the benefit of being both a very energising practice but it can be very relaxing for both the mind and body. for both the mind and body.. Guess we call it yoga, it's about stretching and getting some blood flowing through the body For people who haven't done a lot of stretching, it's also very much about body awareness at those early stages. OK, this is Tim here, in the middle. Doing a great job right there. Let's have a look at the weather forecast. Maybe you can give us a few tips if they don't have a yoga instructor on standby. Let's look at the forecast. A trough in the east is generating showers and thunderstorms in south-east Queensland and heavily in north-east New South Wales. A high in the Bight is clearing skies over South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and inland New South Wales. Troughs in the west are bringing thundery showers to the central and western interior. Now let's take a look at the capital cities and Brisbane will be showers with the chance of a storm. The 5-day forecast shows there's a few light showers around tomorrow ahead of a fine day Tuesday. Into Sydney, showers and 17 today. But the outlook shows the rain clearing tomorrow ahead of sunny day on Tuesday. Canberra will have a shower or two, clearing and tops of 14. Ahead, cloudy tomorrow with showers through the week. Melbourne will be partly cloudy today. Expect similar conditions until showers from Wednesday. Partly cloudy today in Hobart. There will be cloud about tomorrow and showers developing late Tuesday. In Adelaide, a fine, mostly sunny day. There will be showers tomorrow ahead of a fine Tuesday. There's a shower or two developing in Perth. Looking ahead showers for the week with wind increasing. And in Darwin, mostly sunny today. Expect the same tomorrow with cloud setting in from mid-week. So, Paula, for people at home, what are some of the basic tips they can do to start moving towards a little bit of better well being We are very lucky today because there's a lot out there. For who have the internet, there is a there's a lot out there. For people great of great beginner sequencees on YouTube that people can look up and work through in their own time. Is this a beginner sequence? We have got the team showing a few alternatives. Michael, he is in a variation of a war wore which is very strengthening for his legs and upper body. We have got the team here showing some alternatives of lower that back heel to the ground and also bringing the hands down so it's not quite strenuous. Very good. Thank you very much for that. Thank you. We will see you back here in half an hour with some Morwellness tips What other form of wellness can you get fit, salute the dog, third band You know your yoga. You know your yoga.. Itsiopoulos a mental thing as well as a physical lassie.

thing. It's very relaxing, I would like a bit of yoga. You would have yoga, pilates. I thought that was yoga and a Latte. I go for a little run and have a beer. Just a little run. As you know, we're teaming up with SPC to give away cash and holidays here on Weekend Sunrise. It's to help celebrate the release of SPC's new nutritious Fruit Pouches. They come in a range of flavours, in a handy re-sealable pack making them a convenient and healthy snack for our hungry little human 'beans'. Or a very handy spare sporon if you are a a Scotsman. We also have the ultimate family holiday on offer. You could win return airfares to the Gold Coast for two adults and two kids with five nights accommodation. And passes for Warner Brothers Movie World, Sea World and Wet'n'Wild. There are also weekly cash prizes of $500 being given away every week. If your name is on the screen right now, you're about to get that 500 bucks sent to you. For your chance to win, head to: If you went to wet and wild, if spirited fruit pouches. They make a mess in the car. If you went to wet and wild, if you

Something they don't mention on the pack. No, we love fruit pouches. Coming up - through a brother's eyes - nothing off limits as Jermaine Jackson reveals all about the king of pop. But next - why complimenting your kids' looks could be teaching them a dangerous lesson. (MARACA RATTLES) SONG: # Peri Peri Chicken # Peri Peri Chicken Chicken Sub # Peri Peri Chicken Peri Peri Chicken # Peri Peri Chicken Chicken Sub... # VOICEOVER: There's a new sub at Subway Restaurants...

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would changes would you like to see. Girls love this kind of talk. Boys do touch they are tired of being told that they have at cute sweat error cute shoes, they want to be taken seriously. Do you think there is a certain element of I suppose laziness in this Lisa, that it's much easier to even this Lisa, that it's much easier to engage with a kid about the way they look or how strong they are or whatever than it is to put the time into talking about what they are thinking. Yeah, it is. We are certainly all very well intentioned when we compliment their appearances. As I

say, we say, we are sending the wrong message, we want to be good role models. Weigh want to model for them, what an adult women think, how she talks. We like to look nice but it's not an obsession. More important to me are the issues in the world, the issues I wrote about in my book. Those are far more significant to me. That's what I want to talk about. That's how I engage little girls, try it tonight at home, you will get an amazing response. Whether we like it or not, this world is obsessed with celebrity and looks et cetera. What can parents do very quickly to try and shelter their kids from this? The good news is that your kids' number one role model is you, parents. Yes, they parents. Yes, they are interested in celebrity parents. Yes, they are interested in celebrities but they are watching you. You need to model for them. I want to see you reading at home in front of the kids for pleasure. Their reading scores will go up, their school scores will go up, in the future they will be more likely to be employed, stay out of prison, it's all about thinking and reading. The basic idea is that you should tie the praise for their tie the praise for their kids, not that their efforts, not to their inate abilities. Yes, we have to leave it there. Thank you very much for that. It was very informative. Thank you very much Remarkably sensible for weaken Sunrise. I'm going to take that home to olive. I think you've done a great job of squashing that banana into the pile of the carpet. That's strong. How old is olive? Almost a year. Almost a year.. Sunday's showbiz headlines follow the break, including - baggin' a Branson. Who's the starlet rockin' and rollin' her way up in the world? And, spice in boots - The hilarious re-make of a classic ad. (RHYTHMIC, PERCUSSIVE MUSIC PLAYS) SONG: # Ha, ha, ha # Ha, mmm # Ha, ha, ha... # Tomm Taylor is our man in Hollywood. Good morning. After saving Richard Branson's grandmother from a house fire, His mother, his grandmother we are being told. Kate Winslet is now getting in with the family? Yeah, you know, she was at the island there and she saved one of the family members from a Yeah, you know, she was holidaying

severe fire but there were sparks with regards to her private life. She has fallen for apparently necessitated rock n' roll who is connected to Richard Branson, of the family there. She is aged 35. connected to Richard Branson, part She is an Academy Award winning actress. The problem is that he is married but separated from his wife. And that's why he went to the island to relax and re nuf jait. They had met in prior teeurms but they were both in relationships and now they are single so they have been spotted in New York, in London and she is an Oscar winning star who looks like she be The sparks from this romance started the fire who led to Kate having to take the mother out. That's his name, That's his name, necessitated rock n' roll. I understand it has been changed. But He is distantly related to Rowland role a door. And Mr Table cloth. And Mr Table cloth.. They're big boots to fill - move over Old Spice man, there's a new catch in town. Dream works animation is wanting us to talk about Puss in Boots. It's a prequel to the iSelect franchise. The character is doing a parody in order to do publicity for Puss in Boots. Let's take a look and they are connecting it to a very popular advertisement. Boots. Let's take a look and listen,

Ole, amigos. Look at your cat, now back to me. With a cat, your cat could like. What is in your paw? It is golding X. Does your cat have goal even eggs. I eggs. I'm on a horse. Moving on, why did Halle Berry spend the night in hospital? She flew from Spain to France, because has broken her foot. She fell and she has a cast there on her right leg. There has been rumours in Hollywood for a long time that Halle Berry has an extra toe. But she fell and she is making a motion picture in Spain. in Spain. With Hugh Grant. Could she

and she is making a motion picture have an extra toe that caused the show. It may cost them some time and money but she is beautiful, whether she has an extra toe or not. Someone superimposed that, certainly, that sixth toe. It's a Caucasian toe for a start, I always thought she was too perfect. So the sixth toe make made her fall over and break her leg. perfect. So the sixth toe make made her fall over and break her leg. You would think a 6th toe would provide greater stability. She fell - she was walking around her vacation home and fell. I don't know if she was walking around the inside of the house or walking around the outside but she fell. inside of the house or walking around the outside but she fell. . 6 toe berry. So weird. Just absurd. Thank you, Tomm. OK, after the break, leading the news, Halle Berry's 6th though. We are having an interview with her pedi curist after the break. Intensify your pleasure with Tim Tam Dark Mint. With luscious mint-infused cream wrapped in rich, dark chocolate. Tim Tam Dark range. It's irresistibly dark. This morning - missing - one satellite. Where, oh where, did that giant piece of space junk land? Give them a break - working women demand tax deductions for childcare including, for full-time nannies. Plus, the Queen and I - Prince William opens up about his grandma, the family and his future as king. Also today, home truths - Michael Jackson's big brother Jermaine sets the record straight. Then... Why won't it take a picture, take photo? I don't know, dear. (BURPS) Pardon me. Believe it or not, they're actually very sweet. The computer-challenged seniors who've become an internet hit. They join us live. It's Sunday 25 September 2011. Now back to Weekend Sunrise with Andrew and Sam. It's news time. Here's Jess. Good morning. With fears of another global recession, the IMF says it will band together to tackle dangers facing international markets. Europe's leaders have pledged to take any action necessary to prevent an economic crisis. There was no denial, there was no finger pointing. It was about recognition, it was about support. The IMF boss says the global economy is only halfway through the work that needs to be done. Meetings are continuing in Washington. Two groups of people have been involved in a large brawl outside Sydney's new Star Casino early this morning. Police and the Riot Squad were called to the precinct, which only re-opened 10 days ago, just after 1 o'clock. Several of the men believed to be involved in the fights had already fled the scene in taxis and a bus. Others were arrested but refused to help police with their investigations. One man was treated for facial injuries. Victorian police are planning rolling strike action - refusing to issue speeding fines, toll road penalties and traffic infringement notices. have apparently voted in the past week to ban all penalty notices in a bid for better pay. The Police Association is planning to notify Victoria Police of the results of the vote tomorrow. The bans won't come into place until the end of the week, though. The Australian Defence Force is working to help troops in Afghanistan overcome so-called invisible injuries caused by bomb blasts. It's believed around 12% of all wounds inflicted on Aussie troops are caused by pressure waves from explosions - leaving them with brain damage, depression and post-traumatic stress. Defence has introduced compulsory tests, including one used on concussed footballers to make the problem easier to detect. A house fire in north-west London has left six people dead. Three children, two teenagers and their mother died when a fierce fire engulfed their home. 30 firefighters and 6 trucks arrived at the burning building to find them trapped inside. We had breathing apparatus wearers enter the building to tackle the fire and to attempt rescues but despite best efforts tragically six people did lose their lives. The father and another teenage daughter survived. And now with sport, here's Simon Reeve. Geelong is awaiting results of scans on Steve Johnson's knee after the star forward was injured during the Cats' 48-point win over West Coast yesterday. The club is hopeful Johnson will be available to play against Collingwood after collapsing when tackled by Andrew Embley. But the 2007 Norm Smith medallist made a symbolic walk back to the bench before the end of the game. Coach Chris Scott says if the news is bad, they've got plenty of replacements. Darren Milburn is a seasoned player and if he needs to step in, we won't have any problems with his ability to handle the pressure even with the lack of games. Cam Mooney the same. And dual Brownlow medallists Chris Judd and Adam Goodes are favourites to again take out this year's award. Bruce will host coverage on Seven tomorrow night. against Manly, unleashing against the Storm, to win 20-12 in Melbourne overnight. Leading 14-12 at the half, the Kiwis were ruthlessly efficient after the break with relentless attacks at the line. When Melbourne did get their chance, they couldn't execute with the big three - Cronk, Slater and Smith - failing to come up with a point. The Warriors pressure and persistence were rewarded in the final minutes. COMMENTATOR: Dummies again, Johnson... gets it away to Brown... Oh, Brown goes in to score! And the Warriors, they're bound for the Grand Final! Shaun Johnson take a bow. James Maloney's conversion sealed the upset and ended Melbourne's season. The All Blacks are doing just fine with the pressure at the World Cup, downing France with a dominant 37-17 win at Eden Park. The home side controlled all but the first 10 minutes, sweet revenge for their stunning quarterfinal exit to the French at the 2007 World Cup. All Blacks captain Richie McCaw was presented with a special cap at the end of the game, celebrating his 100th international appearance. Over the last 10 days a lot of people have congratulated me and stuff and that's always pretty awesome. The victory parachutes them into the 'southern hemisphere' section of the knockout stages where the Wallabies and the Springboks will be waiting for them. The Wallabies won't train again until Tuesday with Robbie Deans hoping the injury toll from Friday's match A brilliant 64 has Aaron Baddley in a 2-way tie for the lead after the third round of the Tour Championship in Georgia. Fellow Aussie Jason Day is at 7 under while overnight leader Adam Scott had a tough round and lies 4 under. , She is auditioning the Stars'. I think she was boiling out Greece She is auditioning for'Dancing with

by buying their entire lot of Olive oil. Weather time now with James Tobin. Hello again. It's nice to be a weatherman in the weather. We are staying on track. We are doing small tips to help you live a life with Morwell being. Now, live a life with Morwell being. Now I've got the team Vitasoy down there. Ready, set go. Coach Tobin, we are doing some warm up drills on the beach. Now, this is Mark Newton. Now, he has coached world champions, he has he has coached elite athletes and now he is coaching me. Your toughest challenge yet. So far so good. It has been so good you are the only person in my life who keeps on hurting me but I keep coming back. It has been great so far. I did the Nissan BRW corporate triathlon. Now I am aiming towards Noosa. When we were talking about wellness before, I have gone one of the steps by actually setting a goal. Setting a goal is a worthwhile pursuit. It moves you towards changing to becoming a different person. So, I have celt noon why, but if someone is just start of starting out, they are me before I did the triathlon. What are some good goals. Firstly get active. Have some fun there, make those small changes. Nothing too big, too early, it's a process of becoming a better you, the you that you would like to become. OK, let's quickly look at the weather forecast and we will be back. On the regional fly-around - fine in Cairns. Fine in Townsville. A few showers with the chance of a storm for Toowoomba. Brisbane also has the chance of a thunderstorm. In New South Wales - a few showers, windy at Coffs Harbour. Partly cloudy for Dubbo. Showers in Sydney. Clearing showers in Canberra. And partly cloudy in Albury. Light early frost in Ballarat. Partly cloudy in Melbourne. Launceston, partly cloudy. A cloudy 16 day in Hobart. Fine, mostly sunny in Mount Gambier. 19 degrees in Adelaide. Partly cloudy in Alice Springs. Mostly sunny for Darwin. And in WA - A shower or two developing in Perth. Sunny in Broome. Showers for Carnarvon. I really like what you were saying before about getting the family involved. If you get to that stage where you used to be fit and active. Set a goal which involves everyone A lot of time now there are events, help don't have to be a big trite like you are doing. Pack up the kids, take them out, do it together and you know, that's wan important thing if you are a family. Are we doing more 400 this week. As usual, we willing do some work out with Mike afterwards. Great, alright. Small steps. To a life of a better. Mark Newton, from jet cycles if you need an extremely good coach. Super-duper, thank you, JT. Coming up - Prince William on life, love and his close bond with his grandma. The young royal gives his first interview since the wedding. But next - where'd it go? NASA's best and brightest lose their crashed satellite. We need Dr Charles Lineweaver on the line. We need Dr Charles Lineweaver on the line.! The body thrives on movement but pain can slow it down. That's why Panadol

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And on our farms? Why are we racing ahead with the carbon tax... When a lot of the world is backing away? Why should we pay the world's biggest carbon tax... If it makes no difference to climate change? Why, when the global economy is so weak? Why should our country lose billions in exports? Why should we have to pay more for public transport? Why should I have to pay more for groceries? No other country's paying this much. Why are we paying the world's biggest carbon tax... If it makes no difference to climate change? but NASA's best and brightest still can't seem to work out where their defunct satellite crashed yesterday. They do reckon it's somewhere here - the Pacific Ocean - maybe near Canada. And the debris field could span about 800 kays. Our man in the US, Mike Amor, is keeping an eye out for it and joins us now. Good morning, Mike. Probably not the best look for NASA. What have they had to say? , Yeah, it's not very re assuring, is it, this is the group that the body that's meant to be looking out for UFOs and they can't find this piece of space debris. They say somewhere in Pacific. They have of space debris. They say it crashed dismissed those reports that it hit a part of Canada. It reminds me of the story, chicken Little. The Ky is falling but NASA can't tell us where it fallen. Chicken Little or Where's Wally? They there have been no reports of anyone being hurt I don't know who makes these I don't know who makes these stats up that your chance of being hit was one in 12 trillion. Space one in 12 trillion. Space junks falls all the time. There's only been one report of someone being hit was a woman who was hit in the shoulder and she thought it was kids throwing rocks at her. She kind of brushed it off but certainly no report that anyone has been hit but if you have a big large hole in your backyard that appeared overnight, maybe give NASA a call. If you are missing one of your arms and felt something on your shoulder. I like the warning that if anyone did come across parts of this satellite, they shouldn't touch them, not because of any space virus but because they may have sharp edges. They edges. They are sharp minds at NASA, aren't they. Rdges there are parts of this they would like to get back or is it all just refuse? No, I think it's a 20-year-old satellite, it stopped working 5 years ago. I don't think there's any great technology that's still thanks goodness, it is probably great technology that's still there, swimming with the fishes right now. NASA says they will probably never know where it was. Heaven forbid there's a UFO out there. know where it was. Heaven forbid if If anyone sometimables across this satellite, I am sure Mike Amor would like to get Your Call. Don't touch it though, it may be hot. For footy fans, the stage is set for two grand finals. In AFL, the Cats demolished West Coast yesterday and will meet Collingwood. In the NRL, the Warriors stormed into next Sunday's Grand Final and will take on Manly. Joining us from Melbourne is Seven AFL reporter Tom Browne, who's at Skilled Stadium in Geelong And NRL guru Matty Charmichael is in Sydney. Tom, an enormous performance by the Cats. What is the injury situation like for both Geelong and Collingwood this week which will dominate the newspaper reports I'm sure. Yes, certainly will. I'm down her Skilled Stadium where the cats have a pre graph press conference. All Yes, certainly will. I'm down her at

eyes will be on Steve Johnson and how he pulled up. He is a cats'X Factor' up forward, he sent a fright through their camp when his knee appeared to buckle. There were initial fears he had done his ACL. Officials are saying he habit dislocated it. He was putting some weight on that right knee during the fourth quarter. It is regarded as a positive fourth quarter. It is regarded as a positive sign. He will undergo scans today. Whilst Johnson's is a chance to play for the cats, Collingwood has some more significant, Ben read and Darren Jolly in particular, look like they could miss next week. Now, the pies were optimistic, Mick Malthouse and their footy manager Jeff Walsh got on the radio and talked up their chances. They have adductor tear, the maths doesn't weigh up in their favour, the way the rotation systems works, it will ab huge risk who should Collingwood who are battling form take those two into next week's Grand Final. Nick Maxwell has some sore ribs and I think they will both be right. Collingwood have some big decisions to make and we will keep Steve Johnson today. to make and we will keep an eye on Thank you, Matt, the Warriors stunned the Storm? Matt. I loved this game. It was one of the best game of rugby league I have seen for a long time. You have to feel sorry for the feel sorry for

Sform, they have been the best team all year. They were outplayed by the Warriors. Where they have gone very well in the past, you know the New Zealand team was beaten 40-10 by the Broncos in the first week of the finals. They were down 18-6. What about their rookie halfback? Shaun Johnson on the back of a very tough effort from their forwards. A very defensive play. They got the forwards in the finals. To put the yaws over for this try. Over goes Lewis brown, what a performance by the Warriors Simon. the Warriors Simon.. the All Blacks were unstoppable against the French? Yes, they were. Ritchie Macau, 100th test. One of the great players of all times. Great to see him celebrate in style. The French were criticised a little bit for fielding a second string side but they did take it to the All Blacks. They have knocked them out of two World Cups before but New Zealand are looking great. They sure are. Thank you very much indeed Tom down at Geelong. Here is Sam. There's no doubt we Aussies like to help each other out when times are tough. Nowhere is that spirit more on display than in the Victorian town of Banjeroop in the state's north. Eight months after it was ravaged by floods, dozens of young volunteers have come in to help locals get back on their feet. So many flood scars still here, locals feel forgotten. But not this weekend - an invasion. 35 Melbourne youth leaders painting flood-affected homes... I'm thinking orange! ..injecting much-needed enthusiasm and laughter. Sometimes a bit of outside support is a really nice thing. are overwhelmed. Their home was 0.5m under water for two months. All we can promise you is a great paint job for the place. This will help them move back in early next year. We didn't have the money to spend on it and we've had all these volunteers come and it's been fantastic. I can't say thank you enough. Natalie Goudie fought back tears when she saw her partner's home full of volunteers. This is just the thing we needed to lift our spirits. This is not really about all the work going on here today, although clearly, it helps the homeowners. It's more about sending a message. Just to know that, you know, people from Melbourne and the city and things are thinking of them and are happy to come and help. Even seeing it and living it, it's still hard to comprehend. Just sharing the pain helps. Local flood water victim, was in tears because he felt his town was being ignored. This inundation of volunteers has restored his confidence. That's the piece of the young kids that are coming up. That's our future. Your think that the good Aussie spirit of help your mate when he's down. I think that down. I think that we have got here. People want to see us survive and thrive. It's heartening. Good on them, adversity brings out the best in the human spirit. Future king Prince William has given a rare sit down interview explaining his close relationship with his grandmother, the Queen. The royal heir spoke openly about his incredible bond to the monarch. revealing the 85-year-old gave advice on how to celebrate the biggest day of his life. He said the Queen helped him cull the wedding list to make it more of a personal do. Wills also admitted to keeping a close watch on his grandmother's recent visit to Ireland by surfing the internet and looking at photos. For more on this candid interview we're joined by UK correspondent Martin Frizell in London. Why did Prince William decide to do the interview? It's the Queen basically who is telling them all they are allowed to do it. I think she is will 5 now. She wants the official biographyment she can write it herself, me by the Queen. So what she has done, she has xhissed this writer. He has been given full access to all her family, what is coming out now is Prince William has been saying. He thinks his grandma is incredible. He what is coming out now is what

gave an insight into just before the Wednesday, after they announced the engagement, the next day he went into a day with all the royal people and he said here you are sir, here is a list of list of 770 people who you are going to have to invite to your wedding. He said I didn't know all of these people. He phoned up the Queen the next day, and she the Queen the next day, and she said " the Queen the next day, and she said "Bin it" you start with your friends first and that they can find room for these people, do you it your way. He did say to the Queen " way. He did say to the Queen "By the way, I was thinking of wearing. " way, I was thinking of wearing. "What you will wear on the day, is the uniform of the Irish Guards because I've just made you a Cornell. When the Queen says no, like that she means no, do what like that she means no, do what you said. Not a bad wedding present. Not a bad wedding present.. He speaks very fondly of grandmother. There are cynics out there, saying this an attempt to speaks very fondly of his

revive the monarch's popularity. It does seem to be a genuine portrait, doesn't it This is no longer This is no longer'Downton Abbey', this is deeply down and dynamic UK royals. They are very much a'Modern Family' now. He is really proud of what his mum did on Ireland there, Bass junior roles, but she for the troubles reasons couldn't go until she went there this year. Even on his honeymoon. He was surfing the internet to see how she was getting on there. He is full of on there. He is full of praise of what she did. She is a thoroughly modern grandma And a good old stick by the sountsds of things. I am very sorry to hear she can't write her own biography. My Queeny life by the Queen. For another time perhaps. See you soon, Martin. Thank you. A fair bit on in the next half hour - a full hit of news, sport and weather and... I don't want a scandal, I just want to do my job. Sex trafficking, corruption and cover-ups. 'The Whistleblower' is our Movie of the Week. Delays at Canberra Airport.. after more than 60 local Qantas staff walked off the job for 4 hours.. as part of a nation-wide campaign.. for more pay. Pressure mounts on ACT Labor to release test results from the Mitchell factory fire. The Greens say the public deserve to see for themselves. A 42 year old man was arrested.. over claims he told staff he had a bomb and a gun.. when he robbed 2 Canberra banks. The Greens and Libs won their bid.. for an inquiry into Canberra's supermarket competition policy.

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