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(generated from captions) to be involved Australians thought in Papua New Guinea. in a fatal aircraft accident winds pound South-East Queensland. Hail, flash flooding and strong Warnings of an influx on its asylum seeker laws. after the government backs down Aussies over to Buckingham Palace The Queen invites some big name ahead of her trip Down Under. The rush for the new model. this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's Kochie and Mel. Now, live from Brekky Central, and welcome to Friday. Good morning there's plenty of excitement Of course, going on sale today. about the new iPhone The 4S. Updated version. Maybe S stands for sport model? The iPhone 5 coming out next year. Is it just a halfway measure. If you have got a 4, I don't see why you should upgrade but maybe we will A lot of people are excited. Is it find out.

open or they just the workers? Those camped out, two hours to go. A hive of activity. A hive, look at them, they are going wild. We will cross there later. with Nat. Let's get all the very latest has crashed A plane carrying 32 people of Papua New Guinea. in a remote area near the resort area of Madang The Airlines PNG plane came down on the country's north-coast. has survived the crash. An Australian pilot is trying to confirm The Department of Foreign Affairs if any Australians were onboard. in the area at the time. There was bad weather A man has died South-East Queensland yesterday. in a freak storm that lashed when the wild weather hit, A tree fell on his car and causing flash flooding. dumping metres of hail by the storm's onslaught. with residents shocked about 130km/h The winds were, say, and I was screaming. it was just swirling More storms are forecast today has been cancelled. but a severe weather warning an increase in boat arrivals The Prime Minister has predicted offshore processing. after being forced to abandon The government was yesterday forced on its Malaysia solution to back down of WA MP Tony Crook. after failing to win the support But the Prime Minister says offshore processing. she'll continue to pursue to the arrangement with Malaysia, The government remains committed policy outcome for this country. we believe it is the best The Opposition says Immigration Minister should resign. the Prime Minister and for Apple fans The wait's almost over the release who've been eagerly anticipating of the brand's latest iPhone. within hours. The new 4S model goes on sale Edwina Bartholomew Sunrise correspondent in Sydney. is outside the Apple Store How big is the queue? Good morning, Eddy. Well, it has grown exponentially over the last few hours. But have been a dedicated few Apple fans over the last few hours. But there who have been here for four day. They occupy the three seats behind me but Will and Tom, who have been here since Tuesday, have gone to straighten their hair but they will be back to reclaim their position when the store opens at 8 o'clock. when the store opens at 8 o'clock. (lalaugh)

When it was launched there was (lalaugh). disappointment it wasn't an iPhone 5 but sales have reached 1 million before it has been in store. To give you context, the iPhone 4 reached 600,000. So the main draw card on the phone is the Siri technology, the ultimate personal assistant to ask your phone not just the weather but do I need an umbrella today and it will give you an answer. The line goes right around the block, Australia is one of the first countries in the world to sell this phone. Us humble BlackBerry and handset users can just dream of the prospect of ownening a new We are vintage. I feel left out. prospect of ownening a new iPhone. Check back in with you later. politicians on private planes. Coming up - Why some MPs are being criticised to avoid the airline strikes. for taking private jets But first here's Kochie. Geeks have got to look their best all the time, don't they? all the time, don't they? Wall Geeks have got to look their best Street is taking a breather today. The

Dow is down 25 points, at the moment, 28. It was down about 100 points earlier. Taking a from the a pretty good surge over points earlier. Taking a breather the last few tradeings sessions. Disappointing result from the JP Morgan also weighed on the trading. To our region, we got swept up in the great lead from Wall Street this time yesterday. in September The unemployment rate fell of around 10,000. and economists tipped job gains growth rate in two years. But employment's had the weakest Sort this out for us. Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. You say weakest jobs growth in two years but unemployment fell? It highlights balance in the labour market. At the moment, we had job gains of 20,000 in the gains of 20,000 in the month but over the past couple of months we have seen job losses. It wipes out the job losses and we are on an even keel, it was the mining states that drove the job drove the job gainsch Queensland Western Australia. The soft economic drove the job gainsch Queensland and conditions over the past four or five months is translating through to the labour market. The labour market figures are backward looking figures. If you look at the job ads in recent times, five from the last six months where job ads fallen, in the next few months there six months where job ads have will be modest cracks in the labour market but nothing that will overly concern the Reserve Bank. You have a good weekend. You too. Cadel Evans has taken out The Don award, which recognises the Sports Australia Hall of Fame's sporting performance of the year. our most inspirational attend last night's ceremony The Tour de France champion couldn't so his mother accepted the award. It was also a big night Cathy Freeman for Sydney Olympic heroine who was elevated to legend status. and Belinda Clarke, Cricketers Glenn McGrath surfer Layne Beachley ironman Greg Welch, and boxer Kostya Tszyu into the Hall of Fame. were all inducted with South Africa Australia is doing battle in a Twenty20 International at Newlands this morning. Teenage paceman Patrick Cummins excelled on debut, snaring impressive figures of 3/25. The Proteas made 7/146 and then ran out danger-man David Warner for a duck. But a brutal half-century from Shane Watson turned the game Australia's way. They're currently 5/141 and need another six runs off six balls. Hold on tight. Several burning selection issues will be resolved today when Robbie Deans names his Wallabies line-up for Sunday's World Cup semifinal against the All Blacks. Kurtley Beale remains in serious doubt and has resorted to having his own blood injected into his injured hamstring in a desperate bid to hasten his recovery. The Kiwis expect captain Richie McCaw to complete the match despite a foot injury. And don't forget you can get right behind the Wallabies and send them a message of support. The boys are loving the messages you're sending through. It's well and truely firing them up for their big game against the Kiwis this weekend. There are plenty of ways to get in touch with the team. You can find all the details on our website. Your one-stop shop. What a huge weekend. My hubbie is excited, I am in Perth, the Barbie is ready to go, the boys are coming around, they won't leave the television all weekend. A great message there from Paul Slater, saying 80 minutes of smart rugby is what we want. Very incisive. No, that's exactly what we want. Not silly rugby. Don't tell us, tell them. Well done, Slats. Now to Grant. If only Slats could focus on his day job just as much. Do you know him? Yes, Paul Slater, an up and coming TV star, he is actually our director, I don't know if I let the cat the bag there. He does love his rugby for sure, he is insightful, accurate, poignant, for sure. He is in my ear now, chatting to me. There we go, get on with it. Funny bloke, hilarious, good sense of humour. It was a fairly was a fairly dramatic day yesterday. South-East Queensland just copped it, a series of storms that came through and dropped 200mm of rain around Boonah. 360 rain fell in half an hour, significant. That flash flooding should be gone now but the unfortunate news is there is like lay to be storm activity again this afternoon which could be severe. As we have a look at the forecast now, if you could role the sting, Slats. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. The reason why I mentioned our director, Paul Slater is because of today's activity. Pushing the envelope in the last couple of days. The first to broadcast live hang-gliding. Yesterday we were fighting actual fires, full planes on fire at Mas cat. Today we are going live with go pros on us as we get deep into the jungle in a game of hard-core paint ball. Yes! The reason why I mention Paul Slater is because last time I played woo brought our director with us and I don't think I ever heard a man don't think I ever heard a man sweel like an 8-year-old girl ever. Wrap? Just been told to wrap. See you in half an hour as we start to explore new technology in a little battlefield of our very own for fun on a Friday 3467 See you then. After the break - the fears for Australians reportedly invovled in a Papua New Guinea plane crash. The latest on the search-and-rescue operation, next. SONG: # When there is always # Always something there to remind me with Spirit of Tasmania. Day tickets start from just $75 per person each way for travel on selected sailings between January and March. Get in early before you miss out. # Always something there SONG: # Don't think twice Everything will be just fine # Something's cookin' I'm sure I'm gonna make it mine # And it's real And it's real # And it's all gonna turn out right... # VOICEOVER: It's real food, cooked the Red Rooster way. So for a great taste in takeaway you can always feel good about... # Don't think twice! # killing at least 28 people. The Dash 8 with 32 people on board came down late yesterday near Madang on the country's north coast. At least one Australian is among the four survivors. Geoffrey Thomas is the aviation editor at 'West Australian' newspapers. He joins us now. Good morning. What do we know so far about the crash? Look, the aircraft was on a short flight from Lay to Madang. The Dash 8 is about a 40 passenger aircraft. It came down approximately 20 kilometres short of its destination, Madang. We understand the two pilots are an Australian. And we understand a New Zealander have survived and two other survivors, one passenger and possibly a flight attendant. Information is still sketchy at this stage and hopefully things will clarify in the morning hours today. Do we send much help? I know Australian army helicopters were there for abexercise, and helped with search and rescue. Will we send investigators? I am quite sure the government will ask our assistance as we have in the past. We work very closely with authorities and assist them, ask our assistance as we have done

particularly in the aviation area. So I think we will play a role, for sure. How has the airline responded to the incident? Look, the airline has another ten of these aircraft, 11 in total of this particular type. As a precaution they have grounded this aircraft type and launched an investigation type and launched an themselves. They are a great airline and got 20 aircraft in their fleet. type and launched an investigation

And they have responded very positively. So far. OK, keep us up to date. Thank you for the update. Coming up - how big brother is set to monitor your every move through your mobile phone while you visit the local shops. Damn. But next, what strike? The politicians avoiding the airline industrial action by using private planes. SONG: # And it's real And it's real # And it's all gonna turn out right... # VOICEOVER: It's real food, cooked the Red Rooster way. So for a great-tasting takeaway you can always feel good about... # Don't think twice! # Save 25% off your second item, mix and match fans, lamps, pendants and outdoor lights - everything. Making news this morning are the federal politicians who managed to avoid the Qantas strike. While many travellers were stranded during yesterday afternoon's stoppage, the Air Force laid on VIP jets to fly some MPs home from Canberra. One of the special flights took politicians from both sides of politics to Melbourne. That's despite Qantas only cancelling one flight out of the national capital yesterday. did have functions to attend but should they have been able to fly in luxury VIP jets or should they have been forced to suffer any delays like other travellers? That's what the jets are for. I suppose. A lot of them had speaking engagements and charity event to go to. So I suppose if you are the organiser you would want them there. You can sort of dislike a politician but if Kevin Rudd is speaking at a dinner and they are relying him to be somewhere. I understand. But there are a lot of commercial flights out of Canberra and those jets are hugely expensive. You save them for special occasions but don't use them as a bus when there is a commercial flight going. Why take them when only one was cancelled. Take a later flight. Lots of people are disrupted. Maybe like you say, if some were speaking. They may as well jump on board the one going. It would be great for politicians to share the pain everyone else is going through so when they step into parliament they can better represent us. They have got two weeks off. That's different, got to get home to start holidays. A $1 limit could be imposed on poker machine bets. The proposal's apparently being considered by the Greens as a way to calm the current debate over mandatory pre-commitment cards for gamblers. The lower limit would also mean smaller jackpots. But it's understood the plan would involve more payouts. Whether it gets the backing of the government and anti-pokies MP Andrew Wilkie is unclear. And would restricting bets to $1 instead of $10 really help problem gamblers, or would they just gamble for longer? Personally, I like the idea. I it makes a lot of sense. Instead of funneling huge amounts of money in, Personally, I like the idea. I think

it is a way to do it, limit how you can put on and lose. I just don't get the whole poker machines it is a way to do it, limit how much

moch don't get the whole poker machines moch. Gee we moch. Gee we grew up in WA where there weren't poker machines in pubs and clubs. Lib and I tried a poker machine, at a cousin's lunch at a bowling club. The last time I put money in you put the thing down. A one-armed bandit. I went to this poker machine and couldn't work it. I thought, " couldn't work it. I thought, "What the hell do you do here? the hell do you do here?." Hopped in your horse and buggy and went home. Have a go. That's are it, is it for entertainment or is is the addiction? It is obviously two extremely different circumstances, isn't it? Shopping centre surveillance is about to get a whole lot more personal. Customers in some centres will soon be tracked via their mobile phone, which ones they go back to time and time again, and how long the customer stays in the shop. The technology will be rolled out from next month, leading to calls for a privacy investigation into the system, which already operates in some parts of the UK. So, what do you think? How do they do it? Is this only the iPhone? Just checking. The iPhone 4S. Look, they just signal they pick up. Like in the born identdy rr they triangulate your mobile phone the spy movies. It comes up on a big screen in a big centre. I would have thought sales figures would tell us. We do a lot of wandering without buying. I don't want them to know that. They target you with the specials and saless and all that sort of thing. Is it going too far? Yes. Leave me alone. If I can't shop in peace. I am not gambling, we are just slopping together. Occasionally we stop for a coffee, there are worse places to be. Ahead - the 5 women who lost more than 200kg between them. But next, news, sport and Grant's got the weather. And Grant has the weather from the paintball field, in Australia for Australia. We've got the best brands at the lowest prices every day. 4L Taubmans Endure interior paint, $63.90. Karcher high-pressure washer, $99. Jack handsaw, $8.94. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse! # Lowest prices are just the beginning. Tennis Australia is giving you and a friend the chance to live like Australian Open champions. You could win tickets to the men's and women's final, flights, accommodation, your very own Kia courtesy car, a behind-the-scenes tour and other great prizes. To enter, go to the Sunrise website. Enter your details. Australian Open tickets on sale now. But right now it's news time, here's Nat. An Australian is believed to have been piloting a plane that crashed in Papua New Guinea, killing at least 28 people. The Airlines PNG Dash 8 plane went down in a remote area near Madang with 32 people onboard. It's believed four people have been rescued. We understand that the two pilots are Australian and we understand a New Zealander has survived and there are two other survivors, one passenger and possibly a flight attendant. Australian air-crash investigators are travelling to the country to assist with the recovery. A man has died after a tree fell on his car during a freak storm in South-East Queensland yesterday. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is in Parkinson, one of the worst hit Brisbane suburbs. Good morning, Michelle. How bad was the damage? Good morning, Nat, this is what is left over from yesterday's storm. A bunch of hailstones. This area was pommeled by hail yesterday for about 20 minutes. Of course, it caused quite a bit of havoc to trees, roofs and cars. There was also flash flooding. A number of residents to be evacuated from their homes and flooding. A number of residents had rescued. The swift-watererous cue team was brought in but fortunately they weren't needed. There was extensive chaos on the freeways, especially the Logan motorway which was like a car park for over an hour. There were always about 3,000 homes across the south-east that were without power. A lot have since been reconnected, which is a good thing. Even though it was clear last night, also pretty clear here this morning, the weather bureau is forecasting more rain and

thunderstorms later today and tomorrow. Thank you. The Qantas stoush over pay and working conditions continues for another day with engineers to walk off the job across the country. 8,000 passengers will be disrupted today, with 17 Qantas flights cancelled and 32 delayed. It's the second consecutive day of strikes after baggage handlers and customs officials stopped work yesterday. The ongoing dispute over pay has forced Qantas to cut 100 fights a week from Monday. We are grounding aircraft to make sure we can keep the rest of the fleet reliable. And workers from budget carrier Jetstar join the strike action today with staff refusing to charge passengers for excess baggage. The Opposition says the Prime Minister and Immigration Minister should resign Julia Gillard says asylum seekers will be processed in Australia for the foreseeable future. The Opposition says the government has been humiliated. This is a Prime Minister who wants to blame everyone other than herself for her policy failures. The Greens say the government now has the chance to get the onshore processing system right. An explosion has ripped through a restaurant in the Brazil's capital of Rio de Janeiro, killing three people. 13 people were injured, three critically. It's believed leaking gas triggered the blast. The front of the restaurant is destroyed and a nearby square was showered with debris. Officials are not Officials are now checking the building The Queen has hosted a gathering of more than 300 Aussie expats ahead of her trip Down Under this month. Designer Collette Dinnigan, Elle Macpherson and actor Hugh Jackman were among those invited to the evening reception at Buckingham Palace. So far so good, mate. I've never been inside, as an Aussie it feels weird. I'm just waiting to get thrown out, you know. The Queen will spend 11 days touring Australia. Getting a gripen the lingo. -- getting a grip on the lingo. getting a grip on the lingo. Wall Street fading towards the end. Down Getting a gripen the lingo. --

56 point, now down 60 points after poor earnings from JP Morgan. Also, a lot of inin the vestors saying the big run-up on Wall Street over the next week or two is not justified. So they are cooling off a bit. To our region yesterday we Wall Street's strong lead. our region yesterday we followed This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. Wallabies full-back Kurtley Beale has been having his own blood injected into his injured hamstring in a bid to recover in time for Sunday's World Cup semifinal. Beale will undergo a fitness test today before Robbie Deans names his line-up to do battle with the All Blacks. He's progressing. We really don't have a totally clear idea just yet on whether he is going to make it for Sunday. New Zealand captain Richie McCaw has been declared a certain starter despite a foot problem. Australia has scored a thrilling 5-wicket win over South Africa in this morning's Twenty20 international at Newlands. Teenage speedster Patrick Cummins claimed three wickets on debut to help restrict the Proteas to 7/146. Shane Watson anchored the Aussie innings with an impressive half-century. And Steve Smith held his nerve in the dying moments to get the visitors home with three balls to spare. at Hindmarsh Stadium tonight when Melbourne Victory take on Adelaide United. The Victory have dropped striker Danny Allsopp to make way for Carlos Hernandez who's back from international duty for Costa Rica. Reds defender Daniel Mullen has been ruled out with a hamstring injury but Socceroos midfielder Dario Vidosic is set to make his debut. Play of the Day time and this one's really the pits. V8 Supercar star Jamie Whincup brought Brisbane's Queen Street to a standstill with a perfectly executed pit-stop to promote next week's Gold Coast 600. I think I scared a few people back at the lights there but that's what it's all about, to let everyone know we're coming to town. Whincup can only hope his stops are as smooth next week. That is a beauty: Drives like you down the streets of Brissie. Impromptu pit stop. Don't you wish everyone's pit could be that quick. Petrol on the way to school pickup. Don't you wish everyone's pit stop

Let's check with Grant with today's weather. Just good news, breaking news, Cameron Waters your codriver from Bathurst got his driver's licence yesterday. Good on him. He was nervous but after pancreatic cancer surely you can convince -- surely after Mount Panorama you Mount Panorama you can convince the can convince -- surely after the instructor. Good on you, Cameron, best of luck on the open road. What are you laughing at? At the end of the week, pushing the envelope, breaking new ground in television. We are a tight weather team and travel a lot together. Sometimes tempers can fray. Sometimes, you might have a little bit of an issue with one another. Sometimes talking it out just ain't enough so for thank God it's Friday we thought put the skills to the test on the biggest paintball fis ult in Australia here at Rouse Hill, it is proin America and it is televised and they can earn six-figure salaries. That is how serious it has become in 20 years. In the quest to prove once for this is painful. Is that painful? In the quest to prove once for all Ow! Ow! Got him. Yes, that is confirmed definitely painful. As we have a look at the forecast, right around Australia. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. A low-pressure trough is triggering showers and storms across northern and eastern Australia, with heavy downpours over Queensland. A front and associated trough are triggering showers and storms over southern WA. Storms forecast again, some will be severe. Expect, potentially, more flash flooding for Brisbane today. Now, it's take-no-prisoners approach to how we are going to Oh! Yeah!

That's what it's are all about. This is going to be a fun day, folks. Woooh! The producer's down, kids, the producer's down! We are going to put some go-pro cameras in later and we will embed you into the war zone that is the weather team going nuts. That will be fun. Could end in tears I reckon. Yeah! After the break - talking tactics. How our Wallabies are preparing for Sunday's Rugby World Cup semi against the All Blacks. And, your style guide for the track. The hot tips for Spring Racing fashion when we come back. VOICEOVER: Blades are great for skating, but not on the delicate surface of your skin. New Veet Hydro'Restor Hair Removal Cream - it helps restore skin hydration for hair-free silky-smooth results. New Veet Hydro'Restor Cream. And for delicate areas, try new Veet Suprem'Essence Bikini & Underarm Cream. It leaves skin with visibly fewer red bumps than shaving. # Strike for you # Say good morning to Brisbane through the Jetstar Skycam. Good morning, Brisbane. . 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Seven News reporter Geof Parry is in Bali. Geoff, what sort of injuries did people suffer? Well, mostly head injuries, Mel. Not serious. About 50 people injured. Three critical. But most of the injuries were quite light as was the damage. Some of theer damage was at the hospital. The university received some damage from the shock but it is certainly the talking point in Bali. Most of last night and today. It was quite a frightening thing for so men a people. Many were in buildings and fled to the outside, including, as we saw at the main police station where the young 14-year-old boy is being held in custody. All the police and staff left the police station, but the prisoners, including the boy were kept in their cells. And as the police sort of went out. So it has been, as I said, a big talking point here. No reports of, sorry, there have been some reports of aftershocks, 1 at 4. reports of aftershocks, 1 at 4.9. The main quake was at six. Not a great deal of damage. I was down in Kuta last night, a big point but people are getting on with their holidays. We are relieved no-one was killed. Talk to you later. Here is Kochie. Australia is looking at options if Kurtley Beale is ruled out of Sunday's Rugby World Cup semifinal against New Zealand The Wallabies' full-back hasn't trained all week due to a hamsting injury. Joining us now are Jim and Rebecca Wilson. Good morning. Jim, will the Wallabies miss Beale if he's not fit or does coach Robbie Deans have lots of options? Long shot, I reckon. I think at this stage. In such a big game. It is the biggest game for Australian rugby since the 2003 World Cup final. I think he will be struggling. I think he will be struggling. I was Robbie Deans, I would put James O'Connor on the wing. But Beaele is in strife, there is reports of injecting his own blood to speed up the process, which is a legal process and has been done in AFL and NRL. They will have to put a line under it and say he doesn't look like he will be right. You can't take a suspect into a match like that. It is a seminal moment for rugby. The weight of expectation on the New Zealand team who always seem to choke at semifinal time, in front of home crowd, it's enormous. I believe the future of the code in this country hinges on the result of the match. That is a big call. How we won last weekend, I have no idea. We played so badly. We only have to play our normal game, I reckon we can beat them. Jim and Kochie, I think the key is yaid Cooper. I have never seen Quade Cooper have three bad games at this level. He had two, one against Ireland and a shocker last week. But if he can play his game and throw the ball around, with the forwards setting it up, they can do it. Our scrums have to improve, the lineout has to improve. We can't afford that against the All Blacks. Dan Carter rr is a massive out for him. It is a World Cup, not a Tri Nations. Without putting my hand around my neck too strongly, let's hope they don't choke. You would stomp on Richie McCaw's foot at the start of the game. Make sure he has got a sore foot. Always, a transTasmania league clash. Darren Lockyer's last game for Australia. How many more last games can Darren Lockyer have. New Zealand has great combination. I do believe we have got it all over New Zealand in the forwards. It good win for Australia. Fairytale stuff, I know he has had more goodbye tours than Johnny

Farnham, but you don't have to be ooa Brisbane or Queensland supporter, he carries himself. It is where he first captained Australia, Newcastle. My 18-year-old says three have been born, Bob Dylan, Albert My 18-year-old says three geniuses Einstein and Darren Lockyer. A big weekend, beating the Kiwis. If people want to warm up, the Kings take on the Breakers. If you take on the Breakers. If you want to warm up booing a Kiwi, go to the Dingdome. Yes, well, go and your brain is focused. It's a big day on the Spring Racing Carnival calendar And this year, trackside glamour is all about eye-catching colour - even for blokes. Sunrise correspondent Nuala Hafner is at Caulfield Racecourse. Good morning, Nuala. You've been studying the fashion form guide. What other tips can you give us? Mel! I love this time of year. You have got the Caulfield cup and Cox Plate and the Melbourne Cup have got the Caulfield cup and the Carnival. There is no denying a big part of it is fashion. We are leaving the 1950s 'Mad Men' look behind and splashing into the Noties, with block splashes of colour, which I had never hur of but I got help with myier. Take a look. Hats, frocks, shoes, bling. The spring racing carnival is one of biggest fashion shows of the year. So this year I'm bringing in the big guns. What I like to call Myer's A-team. Designer Yeojin Bae, milliner Melissa Jackson and Myer ambassador/pinup Kris Smith. First up, the buzz word of the season. OK. What is colour blocking? Colour blocking is actually just wearing one great shade and then putting another shade next to it. That means teaming this French navy Yeojin Bae dress with bright red Moschino shoes. It's even OK to have some fun with Derby Day's traditional black-and-white pallet. Like these patterned Missoni shoes, as long as we keep it classy. So this? Just the right amount of skin? Absolutely. I think this is a great amount of skin for racewear. I think we need to keep the shoulders covered and we need to be looking at the length. I think this is absolutely right on. Colour is in when it comes to headwear too Think about the scale. So make sure it matches your height and body width, your face shape. A word of warning - not everything has to match. It's not the '50s. You don't have to have the matching shoes, the matching hat, the gloves, the matching handbag. I think it's about personality and spring is a great time for showing that. For the blokes, it's about following the ladies' lead. You've really got to pick up on what the women are wearing. So add a bit of colour into your dresswear. So compliment a tie with your partner's outfit or if you're looking for love or that someone special at the races, which it does happen - it happens. I normally fall in love with the winner of race four. But there you go. But you can just compliment it that way, a nice colourful tie. And no shades are off limit. Real men wear pink. In my eyes, men wear pink. I honestly believe that. Real men can pull off headwear too. You can indeed put a hat on there. We don't want to mess his lovely hairdo up just yet. But he could easily wear a hat with some white around. If you're unsure, never fear, just ask Kris on Twitter. Yeah, sure, Tweet me all you want. And send me a picture. I'll give you a yes / no. You may not like the answer, but I'll give you an honest one. Now, I couldn't leave without trying my own hand at colour blocking. With this Aurelio Costarella dress and Melissa Jackson hat. But there's just one thing missing. Um, Kris, can I borrow you? Sure. What for? Going this way. And we're off and racing. I wish. He's such good sport. If everyone I wish. He's such good sport. If everyone gets the fashion memo, tomorrow this will be a sea of colour. It will be rivaling the jockeys's silks. News is next. Then, first strikes, now services have been cut. The fresh trouble for Qantas. And, ratings backlash. 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over from Charlie Sheen, they were the highest, 27 million viewers. It settled down and the last result were only 15. were only 15.8 million. So people are concerned is the brand of Ashton Kutcher affecting the quality of the show. But I would be quick to point out, numbers orientated as I am, when Charlie Sheen was doing the show, the numbers were 16 million. So maybe it is settling down to normal. Numbers have done the same thing here in Australia as well. Thank you, catch you later in the show. Australians thought to be involved in a fatal aircraft accident in Papua New Guinea. Hail, flash flooding and strong winds pound South-East Queensland. Warnings of an influx after the government backs down on its asylum seeker laws. The Queen invites some big name Aussies over to Buckingham Palace ahead of her trip Down Under. The rush for the new model. Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel. Good morning and welcome to Friday. It's a big news day, let's get straight to it. Here's Nat. The deformant of foreign affairs says early indications are no Australians have been kill in a plan crash in Papua New Guinea. The Airlines PNG plane came down near the resort area of Madang on the country's north-coast. An Australian pilot has survived the crash. We understand that the two pilots are Australian and we understand a New Zealander has survived and there are two other survivors, one passenger and possibly a flight attendant. Air crash investigatos are travelling to the country now to help with the recovery effort. A man has died in a freak storm that lashed South-East Queensland yesterday. A tree fell on his car when the wild weather hit, dumping metres of hail and causing flash flooding. Homes in Brisbane's south were the worst hit with residents shocked by the storm's onslaught. The winds were, say, about 130km/h it was just swirling and I was screaming. More storms are forecast today. Asylum seekers will be processed in Australia for the foreseeable future after the government was forced to back down on its Malaysia solution. The Prime Minister says Tony Abbott is to blame for an expected increase in boat people while the Opposition is calling for Julia Gillard to resign. After two Cabinet meetings and a Caucus meeting the Prime Minister last night announced the new arrangement under which all asylum seekers will be processed onshore but she gave this warning - We are at real risk as a result of Mr Abbott's conduct of seeing more boats. The government was forced to abandon offshore processing after failing to garner the support of West Australian MP Tony Crook. The Opposition says the Prime Minister and Immigration Minister should resign. This is a Prime Minister who wants to blame everyone other than herself for her policy failures. The Greens say now is a chance for the government to work on getting the onshore processing system right. The Greens say the government should be considering housing asylum seekers in the community rather than overcrowded detention centres. It is 90% cheaper to have a fairer system and it is 100% more practical and 100% more compassionate. The Immigration Minister has ruled out establishing a maximum period for asylum seekers to be detained. It's not as simple as suggesting that simply moving people into the community solves all their problems. In light of yesterday's developments, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees has recommended a complete review of the Australian asylum system. Salvage crews will today try to re-board a stricken cargo ship off the coast of New Zealand, which is holding 1,300 tonnes of oil. Seven News reporter Nick McCallum is in the Bay of Plenty. Good morning, Nick. What are their plans today? Well, Nat, overnight they actually welded a small platform on to the side of the 'Rena'. In a few hours they are hoping to winch, by helicopter, six salvage experts to the ship. They hope to use the platform to drill a hole into the helicopter, six salvage experts on

side of the ship's main fuel tank. If they are successful they hope to start pumping the oil out on to a barge alongside. It is very ambitious, very delicate and very weather dependentant. The Greek company that owns that ship has apologised? Yes, the head of the Costa Mare company, based in Greece as you mentioned has sent a video to the people of New Zealand. According to the local mayor it is mentioned has sent a video apology

not good enough. He said it was half an apology, mostly an excuse. He wants the head of that company to come to this area to personally apologise and start coughing up money for the clean-up. Thank you for that report. In less than an hour's time Apple stores will throw open their doors to customers who've camped out overnight for the new iPhone 4S. One boy even slept on the street for two nights just to be first in line. The first two nights were pretty pointless because we were the only ones here but I did have an Aerobed and stuff so I was pretty comfortable. It's just an experience, isn't The gadget's popularity shows no sign of slowing with more than one million versions of the iPhone already sold online. Coming up - the verdict on the new iPhone. We'll see if it's worth upgrading. But first here's Kochie. Finance news now and Wall Street has clos closed down 42 points. Basically, investors closed down 42 points. Basically, investors thinking Wall Street getting a investors thinking Wall Street is getting a bit getting a bit ahead of getting a bit ahead of itself over investors thinking Wall Street is getting a bit ahead of itself over the last

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following the strong lead from Wall Street. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Thanks, Kochie. to its tour of South Africa, winning this morning's Twenty20 clash at Newlands by five wickets. Patrick Cummins claimed three wickets on debut to a manageable 7/146. to keep the Proteas blasting the visitors to victory. Shane Watson then set about is Shane Watson, He's a strong man, and he's smashed that out the park. Watson fell for 52 and things got a bit too close

but Steve Smith kept his cool, getting the Aussies home with three balls remaining. Several burning selection issues will be resolved today his Wallabies line-up

for Sunday's World Cup semifinal against the All Blacks. Kurtley Beale remains in serious doubt and has resorted to having his own blood injected

into his injured hamstring in a desperate bid to hasten his recovery. The Kiwis expect captain Richie McCaw to complete the match despite a foot injury. to snare Lions ruckman Mitch Clark. The Demons are the new frontrunners a multimillion-dollar 4-year deal Melbourne has tabled pick number 12 in the draft which would give Brisbane has offered It's a better deal than Fremantle Clark's preferred destination. new coach is imminent after the Saints completed their We'll be holding We'll be holding on for that one. Who is We'll be holding on for that one. Who is going to Who is going to coach the Who is going to coach the Saints. OK, let's

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short flight from Lae to Madang. There are reports of severe thunderstorms in the area and it came down 20 or came down 20 or so kilometres short of its destination in the jungle. A fairly remote area. Is it hampering investigations or rescue crews? Well, indeed. This is part of the aviation scene in Papua New Guinea. Rugged mountains, extremely remote areas, dense ajungle, it is a very tough place to fly planes. OK, keep us updated as news comes to hand. tough place to fly planes.

Certain le. Forecasters are warning Queenslanders to brace for big storms. to develop later today across wide areas of the state. Late yesterday wild conditions hit South-East Queensland. The storms blanketed some suburbs with hail and caused traffic chaos. For more we're joined by the Weather Channel's senior meteorologist, Tom Saunders and, in Brisbane, Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper. Michelle, were locals surprised by the amount of hail? Yes, the residents were really surprised. It hit very quickly. It was very intense, lasting for about 20 minutes. There are still clumps of ice left on people's 20 minutes. There are still large clumps of ice left on people's lawns this morning. It is hard to believe now but yesterday, this entire suburb looked like a winter now but yesterday, this entire wonderland. Just a thick wonderland. Just a thick carpet of ice across everything, which is really bizarre considering it really bizarre considering it was a sunsy morning with temperatures in the the midto high 20s. Even though the sunsy morning with temperatures in storm was short it was very intense in pockets. Parkinson, where I am is one of the storm was short it was very intense one of the hardest hit, damage to in pockets. Parkinson, where I am is homes, cars and trees from the very one of the hardest hit, damage to intense hail storm. There was also lot of flash flooding so residents are mopping up water inside intense hail storm. There was also a

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The Gillard Government has been forced into an embarrassing backdown over its Malaysia people swap deal. It will revert to onshore processing which will allow more boat people to live in the community. The Prime Minister says Australia will be faced with more boat arrivals because of Tony Abbott's decision not to support changes to the Migration Act. We are at a real risk of seeing more boats. If we do see more boats, whilst we have unused detention capacity now, that will put pressure on the detention network. Parliament has now risen for the fortnight. Let's get reaction from our Big Guns of Politics - Environment Minister Tony Burke and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey. Good morning to you both. This is a pretty big about-face for the government. Are you embarrassed? Look, I think, I know there is a lot of focus on the politics of focus on the politics of it at the moment but if you get right to the policy and why both sides the moment but if you get right back support offshore processing, when the Prime Minister says there will be more boats, that is true under this. There is a bill ready to go, which if the opposition which if the opposition is willing to support, will become law that will allow offshore processic. The reason we want this is because reason we want this is because under both our watches, both our watches, it happened John Howard with Sivex and us with Christmas i land and people down on both our watches, it happened under

the way here. I hope we are not waiting for waiting for the next tragedy for people to get together and support a bill which both sides are bill which both sides are on bort with. Will you take responsibility if we get more drownings and an increase in boat people. No! Emphatly not. This is their own work. It was Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard that reversed the Howard Government policy which did stop the boats. It was Julia Gillard said, " boats. It was Julia Gillard who said, "Let's have a solution Manus Island." And it didn't work. It was Julia Gillard that said, " said, "Let's have a solution on

It was Julia Gillard that said, "Let's have a detention centre in East Timor." That didn't work. it was Julia Gillard that had a High East Timor." That didn't work. And Court stay that wasn't -- say it wasn't legal. We don't have wasn't legal. We don't have the majority on the floor of the parliament you do. parliament you do. You have got to govern, mate. govern, How did John Howard get his immigration changes through. govern, mate.

We forced them through. Labor voted with you to get them through. That is what happened. There are moments, you can make all the political points you want but it doesn't help the people who end up drowning on the way here. There are moment when people do expect us to work together in the national interest. Hang on, that's cute but it is not real. It happened under John Howard. We offered Nauru as an immediately solution. We didn't reverse it you did. We didn't get rid of temporary protection visas you did. Our policy worked for ten years and we stopped the boats and we are offering the boats and we are offering it again. Julia Gillard is suffering too much hubris to support it. too much hubris to support it. Game over. It is not just a game. It is not just politics. Tist not just politics. You can run all these arguments but the truth is it is no consolation people who pay people smuggler and drown here. We have got legislation the truth is it is no consolation to

that doesn't demand our policy and yours, it let's everything get back to before the High Court decision. You are asking us to facilitate the transport of an uncompanied 12-year-old girl to Malaysia. I will not be party to the Malaysian deal. I will not send an uncompanied 12-year-old girl or 14-year-old boy to another country. If it changed you might support it? If they switch Malaysia to Nauru you wim support it? Absolutely. We supervise in Nauru, we never lose supervision of an uncompanied child in Nauru. We humanitarian obligation. Even though the people come on boats, the evil uncompanied child in Nauru. We have

of someone putting their child uncompanied on a boat cannot be combounded by a government who says we are not going to take responsibility for that child, get lost. Go to another Third World country. Every time there Every time there is drownings, there Every time there is drownings, there is kids. Yes, we want to stop it. But I will not walk away from my responsibility as a custodian. Why can't they fly Virgin? It was only Qantas affected. We both drove. It is harder in mirth. Should they have Should they have stuck around and got the got the late flight To be fair, there are flights that go out of Canberra, government planes that go from Canberra to places where there are no flights, like directly to Perth. People have obligation as soon as parliament rises. I spoke to 220 people in Berry so I drove. There are thousands of people out there and meetings and if planes are delayed or a problem getting to a place. They are not rushing hope to watch the telly. Thank you. Have a good weekend. See you later. Qantas is feeling the pinch from continued industrial action, grounding almost 100 flights a week from next Monday. And it warns it might have to make more cuts if work bans continue. Today its engineers in Sydney are walking off the job for 4 hours, from 4:00 this afternoon. That's meant 17 flights cancelled and 32 delayed, affecting more than 7,500 travellers. is the only option. But the Union says industrial action Negotiating with Qantas is like negotiating with a brick wall. As well as engineers, baggage handlers, catering staff and pilots are staging ongoing campaigns for better pay and conditions. So where does all this industrial action leave the airline? Olivia Wirth is the boss of corporate affairs for Qantas. You're cutting almost 100 flights and warning there could be more. When does this become unsustainable for the airline? Well, unfortunately it is getting worse not better. The CEO yesterday announced we would have to be grounding five aircraft, that is a worse not better. The CEO yesterday

drastic move for the company but the reality is the ongoing industrial action by the engineers means we don't have enough man hours to maintain our fleet. Therefore We have takethen step to ground the aircraft, five of them, 97 less flight a week, 15,000 less seats arounds Australia. We did indicate yesterday it is potentially the start of start of more changes to come. We are hoping the unions will taking the action, come back to the are hoping the unions will stop negotiating table because clearly, it it is having an impact on us. That is the point they are making, you are not prepared to go to the negotiating table and it like negotiating with a brick wall you are you are not being reasonable. negotiating with a brick wall and That is rubbish Kochie. We have negotiating with the engineers union for 12 months. In excess of That is rubbish Kochie. We have been

meetings with the pilots and for 12 months. In excess of 100 engineers union: we are have gone to the step of conciliation Work Australia. We are committed to the negotiations. We want to see way the step of conciliation in Fair

through. Well, the pilots say they are taking action any action because of pay, it is basically offshoreing of Well, the pilots say they are not

jobs. Nay want to keep Australian jobs onshore. That is their issue, not the wages. We want to keep Australian jobs onshore as well. That is also untrue. All Qantas operated aircraft are operated by Qantas pilots based here in Australia. We are very of our pulits. What the pilots are asking for is changes that are not here in Australia. We are very proud

sustainable for our bgz. They want Jetstar to be paid the same as quant pilots, we cannot pay the same premium rates, it is premium rates, it is a very different business model. We are committed to gettingic a an outcome and we hope the unions are too. You are fighting a lot of fires on lot of different fronts. The countdown is on for Apple fans eagerly awaiting the launch of the iPhone 4S. The new model goes on sale in less than an hour. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew has joined the queue at the Apple Store in Sydney.

Good morning. Eddy, the new phone goes on sale at 8:00. How big is the queue? They are very, very excited. This is just the beginning of the queue. It goes all the way down King Street, right around York Street. As you can see in the line, it is every woman and see in the line, it is every and their dog. Commuters there. Mo of the people in line already have

an iPhone or iPad. They have been filming themselves and other people

all morning. The two people in the front hof the queue, Tom and Will who have been here since 10. who have been here since 10.30 on Tuesday morning, I reported Tuesday morning, I reported earlier Tom went to straighten his hair. I can report he is back in time. How does he look? Fantastic. I will just bring in now technology journo Val Quinn. You are one of the very few people in the world who have been given an exclusive

world who have been given an exclusive sneak peak.

There is it is is. It is quite phone. I was really impressed with the new camera, an 8 megapixel There is it is is. It is quite a

camera, a camera, a Siri personal assistant where you can talk to where you can talk to it and ask it to check the weather and go online for you. It is twice as fast for you. It is twice as fast as the iPhone 4 and quick on down loads and taking photos. I have actually really enjoyed using it Out of ten Probably nothing else out there that can beat it at the moment so probably 9.

probably 9.5. Can the Can the Siri assist want understand Aussie It is doing well so far, it learns It is doing well so far, it your accent. My accent is a bit all Aussie accents.

over the place It is doing well so far, it learns

It is doing well so far, it learns over the place but it impressive. your accent. My accent is a bit all It has sold 1 million units online, globally, globally, compared to the iPhone 4, 600,000. It does come in black and white and it also makes phone calls globally, compared to the iPhone 4,

if you believe it.

An added bonus, you forget about that part. Thank you, Eddy and Val, go Weck with the boys. The go Weck with the boys. The Apple go Weck with the boys. The

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