Note: Where available, the PDF/Word icon below is provided to view the complete and fully formatted document
Disclaimer: The Parliamentary Library does not warrant the accuracy of closed captions. These are derived automatically from the broadcaster's signal.
Sunrise -

View in ParlView

(generated from captions) a massive 7.3 earthquake in Turkey. Up to 1,000 people feared dead in The controversial hunt an American diver off WA. for the shark that mauled to sell cheap beer. Uproar over Aldi's plans to lift spirits. Then, the Queen heads to Brisbane their first win in 24 years. The All Blacks celebrate, claiming # Reach up for the sunrise this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, here's Kochie and Mel. Now, live from Brekky Central, # You can touch the sunrise # All Black cloud this morning. It's the land of the the Rugby World Cup since 1987 The Kiwis haven't won but they've broken drought. Well done to them. They deserved it. Well done. Yeah, well done, DBro. Also coming up, reveal how much they earn and spend the plan to force charities to the My School site. on a website a bit like the news of this Monday, with Nat. But we'll get underway with has struck in Turkey, A powerful earthquake destroying buildings in the eastern province of Van. and causing widespread panic The 7.3 magnitude quake in more than a decade is the country's worst by several aftershocks. and was followed apartments and a student dormitory Around 45 buildings including across the province. have collapsed in towns and cities to be in the hundreds The death toll is expected survivors buried beneath the rubble. Emergency crews are searching for There are growing fears Western Australia's south-west coast that a rogue shark is prowling of an American diver. after the weekend death are resuming this morning Shark-hunting patrols to be responsible for the death for the great white that's believed George Thomas Wainwright, of 32-year-old off Rottnest Island. who was attacked when the shark struck, He was diving 500m offshore with large bite wounds. his body floating to the surface have set shark traps Fisheries officers near the site of the attack. authorised to kill it. If a shark is caught they have been off Cottesloe Beach this morning If a shark was swimming and was a threat to human life go and capture that shark. then I would say on the weekend A shark seen off Rottnest was a 3m-4m great white, have killed 64-year-old Brynn Martin the same size of shark believed to a fortnight ago. off Cottesloe Beach for a whirlwind tour of the city. The royals will take a river cruise flood-and-cyclone victims before meeting with during a special reception. making last-minute preparations. Officials have been busy that is well on the way She's going to see a city a terrible disaster. to recovering from by hundreds of well-wishers Yesterday, the Queen was greeted in Canberra. outside a church service a number of prominent Australians She also had lunch with including actor Geoffrey Rush. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono It's been revealed Indonesian directly intervened to ensure a New South Wales teenager Kerobokan Prison. was not sent to Bali's notorious wait for his trial on drugs charges The 14-year-old will instead in a room with his parents. at a detention centre yesterday The teenager was moved there to talk to the media. but he wasn't allowed just in one word - how do you feel? The young teenager, No, no, no, no, you can. Just one word, sir? No. within a fortnight. The boy's trial is expected to start has had its world premiere The new 'Tintin' movie home town of Brussels. in the comic-book adventurer's have collaborated on the new feature Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson in motion-capture technology. which uses the latest We unlocked our imaginations that we could do things and we just felt and Thompsons. with Tintin and Captain Haddock an international sensation, 'Tintin' is already about the adventurer translated with books and comics into more than 50 languages. Coming up - for Christmas this year. kids reveal what they want But first here's Kochie. Maybe what they don't want. Is there anything? Finance news Finance news Wall Street boomed over anything? the weekend. Investors very positive about the weekend talks on bailing out the European Union. We will talk about that throughout the morning. Of course, they meet again on Wednesday. , Thursday morning, our time. To our region on Friday, and we sort of treaded water a bit, trod water as they say. The All Ords down 3 point. The strength of the Aussie dollar drop significantly has seen prices across many sectors imported electrical goods for example, in 20 years. are at the lowest levels Morning. Craig James is at CommSec. continue to drop? Craig, will import prices Well, Kochie, if the Aussie dollar continues to soar we will have prices of electrical goods and not just electrical goods, toys, musical instruments, you name it, it has been falling in price. Provided Aussie dollar continues to rise we been falling in price. Provided the will get further falls in the prices. The outlooks pretty good. The Aussie dollar arounds $ The Aussie dollar arounds $1.03. The Aussie dollar arounds $1.

Provided the Europeans can get their act together, act together, the Aussie is likely to rise with the green back against the euro. Technology continues to get cheaper, whether it is mobile phones or televisions or even things like iPods. So the outlook is pretty good. Of course, the onus is on the retailers to pass through the cheaper prices to us. That is where we come in. Put the pressure on retailers to get the cheapest goods or most of us will go online to buy goods that way. Hopefully it flows through to petrol prices, I paid $ prices, I paid $1. prices, I paid $1.51 for E 10, the ethanol drop over the weekend, blimey, that's expensive for the city. the world's premier rugby nation New Zealand is once again over France. following a gripping 1-point win in Auckland last night. in the World Cup final and threatened to run away with it The All Blacks opened the scoring refused to concede. but the underdogs France launched wave after wave of attack in the closing stages but the hosts held firm. COMMENTATOR: New Zealand, the All Blacks - Rugby World Cup champions 2011. The 24-year wait is over. It's the first time New Zealand has held the William Webb Ellis trophy since 1987. An injury to Shane Watson has compounded Australia's 80-run loss to South Africa in the second one-dayer in Port Elizabeth this morning. Watson suffered back spasms while bowling as the Proteas blasted their way to 6/303. Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke both fell cheaply in the run chase as South Africa cruised to victory. Australia was bowled out on the last ball for 223. Motorsport's week of tragedy has continued in an horrific crash at the Malaysian MotoGP. The 24-year-old died from head, neck and chest injuries and the race was cancelled. Australia's world champion, Casey Stoner, says he felt sick when he saw the incident. Simoncelli's death comes less than a week after the passing of Englishman Dan Wheldon in an IndyCar crash. Manchester United has suffered one of the darkest days in its proud history, a 6-1 thrashing at the hands of cross-town rivals Manchester City this morning. The Premier League champions had Johnny Evans red-carded in the second half and from there the floodgates opened as City slammed home five second-half goals. On a day of surprises, Queens Park Rangers upset Chelsea 1-0. What a thriller theer the World Cup final, France put up a fight but good on New Zealand, the best rugby nation. They got it this year, after their year. A great Australasian win. Yep... Yeah, we don't see through that. Stiring the pot. Where are you Grant G'day, young ladies and gentlemen. Today, our new location, we are doing our family road trip thing, the Partridge family blazing across Australia for the first time. it was settled by a game of rock, Australia for the first time. Well, paper scissors and I beat the family, boom. I got to choose. I celebrate Australiana and what makes this country great. There is one particular engineering achievement that puts Australia into a new stratus fear, the 100,000 men and women that over 25 years built one of the most extraordinary engineering achievements, the Snowy Hydro Scheme. Today, we are sitting right beside that big bad boy that funnels mountains of waters from funnels mountains of waters from the melting snow caps to power much of the eastern seaboard and the men and women who dug deep to make it happen. It is huge, no matter what way you look at it and we will celebrate as you should, because Australian as we look at the forecast. celebrate as you should, because wee

Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. It's called one of the most defining moments in Australian engineering history. 100,000 men and women, by hand, who carved these palgts through the top -- paths through the top of the mountains to insure we had water and puer for much of this -- water and power for much of this country to operate and grow. Looking forward to it. A great project and so many great Australians came out of it too. Thank you. Still ahead - the experts fighting plans to kill a shark that mauled a diver. But next, the royal diary. We're live to Brisbane as the Queen heads north. Black is always flattering - myth. Head & Shoulders is just for dandruff - also a myth. The fact is it gives you seven benefits, like relieving dryness, itch, and moisturising. Because beautiful hair starts with a healthy scalp - Head & Shoulders. Imagine what you can do with unlimited SMS. Recharge with $30 on Optus Pre-Paid Turbo Cap Plus and you'll get $300 of call value. Plus unlimited SMS to family and friends in Australia. Imagine the possibilities. And you can grab the Huawei X1 smart phone, now only $79. Hurry. Offer ends soon. There's never been a better time to switch to Optus Pre-Paid. Hi. I'm Lucy. (PHONE RINGS) This is the Cheerios campaign headquarters. BOY: Hello? It's simple. Kids love Cheerios. So we want mums everywhere to know they're surprisingly nutritious, too. Made with corn, wheat, oats and rice,

they're over 50% wholegrain. Oh, look at that! We've got to say yes to this. Happy kids, happy mum. Genius. VOICEOVER: Uncle Tobys Cheerios. It's good to say yes. Mmm. I love this job. for day six of her royal tour. The city has undergone a last minute clean-up and thousands of people are expected to turn out to greet the monarch. Yesterday, the Queen went to church in Canberra. She then attended a lunch at Government House with 30 prominent Australians including actor Geoffrey Rush. Sunrise correspondent Nuala Hafner joins us now from Brisbane airport. Good morning, Nuala. What time is the Queen expected to arrive in Brisbane? And what will she do there? Yes, absolutely. Look, 11. Yes, absolutely. Look, 11.10 expected at old international terminal this morning. It is Brisbane's turn to turn on the charm. There is a lot of excitement and work gone into this, I don't know if it is because her name is in the state. The premier and two top female officials will welcome her. The premier, Bligh and Penelope Winsley will welcome her. She will go to South Bank and then a special rekepgz at QPAC for victims of the flood and cyclone, rescue workers, volunteers. Anna Bligh described it as a shot in the arm for the state a chance to show off what they have done to rebuild Brisbane and the state since the terrible start to the year. Then reopen the rain forest walk that was closed during the floods and rain bank, a storm water recycling project and then lunch with the governor and then 3. lunch with the governor and then 3.30 back to Canberra. But lots of chances for people to say hello, on the banks of the Brisbane River, at South Bank, yes, a beautiful Thank you, we will catch up with the rest of it later. Thank you. South Bank, yes, a beautiful day.

Straight ahead - where do your donations go? The plan to force charities to reveal how much they earn and spend on a My-School-style website. And, breaking the drought. (SIGHS) VOICEOVER: Sometimes all it takes is a good idea to make life that little bit easier. That's why Veet have created EasyGrip, the new wax strip with a tab, making it easier to get the best technique for silky smooth results that last up to four weeks. EasyGrip Wax Strip. And for the sensitive facial areas, try new Veet Suprem'Essence Facial Wax Strips for beautiful smooth skin. Save 25% off your second item, mix and match fans, lamps, pendants and outdoor lights - everything. COMMENTATOR: Look at this - arrow formation. Well, we haven't seen that before. We, we hadn't. Making news this Sunrise, the French team's reaction to the Kiwis famous haka at the start of the Rugby World Cup final. After making an arrow, the French moved forward towards the New Zealanders as they performed their famous war dance. A gallant gesture from France but in the end, their eyeballing proved futile. The Kiwis won the Cup 8-7. You can have the ball, sir. I thought it was a good idea. It was just holding the hands undermined it a bit. Very European. Once they are holding hands. I am sorry, these guys are cutting their throats. The white tops and the holding hands don't intimidate. We will put down our handbags and hold hands. The hunt will continue later this morning for the shark that killed a diver off Western Australia. American George Wainwright was diving off the popular Rottnest Island when he was mauled. It's the third shark death in nearly two months in WA and it's prompted a lot of reaction on the Soapbox about whether sharks should be culled. We'll speak next hour with shark expert Valerie Taylor. But you can have your say on whether we need to reduce shark numbers by emailing or Tweeting us or finding us on Facebook. Lots of reaction over the weekend on this. Tim says, " this. Tim says, "Start with the white sharks, move on to the polar bears and grizzly, bears and grizzly,s, the sharks are gone so no predators are left." It was a dog that was maulled would be put down. It was a dog that was maulled it But with the dog, they know the dog. You can identify the exact dog. With a shark, how do they know it is the right one? That one will do. Open it up, not that one. Try that one. It is a problem in that area, no doubt. But what do you do? Say it is your risk, you know the dangers, you want to swim, swim. I was in Cottesloe back there swimming a couple days after, if they swim I don't think they care. He was a loan diver, didn't have buddies. It is a tonne one, everyone has their opinion. Charities will be forced to show donors where their dollars are really going. The Federal Government is setting up a website a bit like the My School site. And groups would have to publish how much their earn and how much they spend. It's in response to revelations some charities spend more than 60% of donations on administration costs. Charities warn the league table comparisons will hurt them. But do you want to know how your money is being used? Yep. You Particularly when charities are so You should. aggressive these days at marketing to you. And all the chugers in the street, the cherry muggers. It is what they are called. Chugers? Sign up here. I was in a shop once, I don't know how many breast cancer charities, but there are dozens of them. A little collection on the counter and someone else came in and was trying to convince the woman to take that one off the one off the counter and put theirs there and the woman said it happened all the time, aggressive and elbows out the way. Maybe we should

consolidate. I thought there was government regulation that 50 hers had to be done. Nope. Let us know. You might have seen pictures across the weekend of the king meeting the Queen. Bart Cummings chatted with Her Majesty during a function at Government House in Canberra. Until now, what they spoke about was a secret. But this morning, we can reveal what was said. So there you have it, one does not punt. That would be a great chat. They both love their horses. She just owns the She just owns the horses. She can't bet on them. Finally going viral this morning, the TV news studio where the cameras have a mind of their own. DT spokesperson said the problems with the gasline were fixed around 4 yesterday. Workers were able to check most workers by 4 and leave a note explaining why they note explaining why note explaining why they had to enter the home. Thank you, I appreciate that. I like. I'm on. News is next. Then, taking the test that saves lives. Mel, Nat and Kylie undergo mammograms and they have a very important message for every woman. VOICEOVER: You're about to be manipulated and love it because this ad is for puppies. Not impressed? What could be cuter? No. Closer. Almost there.

Yes, that's it. Puppies that grow up to be Assistance Dogs and help people in need. Your resistance is futile, so give in to them. Pick up the phone or visit us online to help puppies become Assistance Dogs. Donate to that fuzzy feeling. Now he's sharing his style tips with you. News time now though, here's Nat. The Queen and Prince Philip will meet with flood and cyclone victims today during a whirlwind 4-hour visit to Brisbane. The royals will touch down just after 11:00 local time. They're set to take part in a cruise down the Brisbane River before meeting with victims of the recent disasters. Thousands of people are expected to line the streets to catch a glimpse of Her Majesty. Authorities have warned security will be tight. A hunt will resume today for a great white shark thought responsible for killing a diver off Western Australia's Rottnest Island on the weekend. 32-year-old George Thomas Wainwright became the second person to die from a shark attack off Perth within a fortnight. Fisheries officers have set traps for the shark and they have been authorised to kill it. Police in Adelaide are hunting a man who emerged from the rubble of a house that exploded in the north-eastern suburb of Holden Hill. The home was obliterated by the explosion yesterday morning, that blasted debris into neighbouring streets and shattered nearby windows. The house had been empty for a fortnight after a group of men was evicted. One witness reported seeing a man emerge from the house just moments after the explosion. He got into a waiting car and was driven away. Following the death of Moamar Gaddafi, liberation has officially been declared in Libya at a large rally in the city that started the country's uprising eight months ago. Tens of thousands of flag-waving Libyans descended on Benghazi's Kish Square for the announcement. Leaders of the National Transitional Council paid tribute to the martyrs of the rebellion, reminding the crowd that their freedom had come at a price. Elections for a new government are predicted to begin within the next eight months. More oil has been leaking from the stricken container ship in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty. Efforts are continuing today to skim the oil off the surface of the water before it's washed ashore. The ship that ran aground on a reef is in danger of breaking apart. Fine weather is forecast until Thursday and salvage crews hope that will allow them to fix a bigger hose to the ship to pump off more of its fuel oil. Meanwhile, knitters around the world have been busy creating little jumpers for penguins to help them recover from being exposed to the oil. France's First Lady, Carla Bruni, has left a maternity clinic in Paris just days after giving birth to a baby girl. Carrying her daughter, who was wrapped in a blanket, the former model was ushered into a waiting car. French President Nicholas Sarkozy wasn't there for the homecoming. He was in Brussels for economic talks with other European leaders. This is the couple's first child together. Those those economic talks, Kochie, taking him away from the bub again. He has got the world in his hands. In fact, he and Angela Merkel took Silvio Berlusconi aside and said get your act together and start cutting costs in Italy. Italy's debt, the 4th largest economy in the eurozone is 100% debt of their economy. Investors confident Investors confident that the meeting sar kozo with euro leaders over the is 100% debt of their economy.

weekend would solve the crisis. Apparently things went OK. They are talking about aids for banks and decided they won't tap the European central bank balance sheet for the rescue package but meet again Wednesday to come up with a final blueprint. So market will be left hanging for a couple of days. To our region, we trod water. Investors focusing on Europe. If they are disappointed expect the market to collapse. Hopefully they will toe the line. Time for sport. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. 24 years of agony for the All Blacks is finally over after they edged out France by a point in last night's Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park. It wasn't the cakewalk many had predicted with France proving a more than worthy opponent. A penalty goal from fourth-string fly-half Stephen Donald proved the difference. What the guys put in out there, we just dug as deep as we probably dug before and, you know, it's hard to really let it sink in but I'm just so proud of every single one of the guys. The scene was set for a fiery encounter before the match when France marched defiantly towards the haka. Australia's one-day series against South Africa is level at 1-game apiece after the Proteas recorded a comfortable 80-run victory in Port Elizabeth this morning. Shane Watson was forced from the field with a back injury as the hosts hammered their way to 6/303. The Aussies lost steady wickets in the run chase and were bowled out on the final ball of the match for 223. Demons forward Colin Sylvia has been dumped from the International Rules series against Ireland after he was found to have left the scene of an accident. Sylvia's BMW was being driven by a friend when it knocked down a power pole yesterday. Both men left the scene before notifying police. The AFL axed Sylvia because he had been out drinking before Australia's first training session. Mark Winterbottom will race the remainder of the V8 Supercar season like he's got nothing lose after taking out race two at the Gold Coast 600. Winterbottom surged past Jamie Whincup on lap 94 before going on to break Ford Performance Racing's 13-month winless run. But Whincup was the big winner from the weekend, turning a 100-point championship deficit into a 143-point lead. Well done, boys. A great weekend of raising on the Gold Coast. Now we catch up with Grant Denyer with today's weather and Grant of the OverFlee floe is in the Snowies. When Australians say, " When Australians say, "Can we do it? When Australians say, "Can we do it?." The answer a 9 times out of 10, " 10, "Yes we can." 10, "Yes we can. 10, "Yes we can.." It is either that or Bob the Builder. But this is a scale that needs to be recognised. We don't understand. When you turn your power on at home, you know, in the heat of summer, go for the extra load on the air conditioner and power just happens to be there, well, you know why it happens to be there? Because the 1 hundred on there? Because the 1 hundred there? Because the 1 hundred,000 men and women who -- 100,000 men and women who dug these 224 kilometres of tunnels to redirect the extra snow from the Snowies to redirect the power that Victoria South Wales rely on. South Wales rely on South Wales rely on. When you think the power that Victoria and New of Australian engineuty, the Victa mower, classic, the Hills Hoist, the plastic thing when you seal the bread off, Brazilian. The Snowy Hydro scheme, times that by about a bazillion, that's the significance. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. Troughs over western and central Australia are triggering showers and storms for the Northern Territory, WA and central South Australia. are affecting Victoria and New South Wales. A ridge of high pressure is directing cloud and a few showers over eastern Queensland. For 25 years 100,000 workers built the pipes. To give you sense of the danger and how tough the conditions were when they climbed here and carved this place out, 121 people were killed in the making of now, Hooveer Dam, also considered one of the great engineering were killed in the making of this,

achievements of the world only 104 people passed away. This is a much grander and bigger scale and a much longer distance. The role it plays is special. So when you say to Australians, " Australians, "Can't be done." Can't? Don't even know how to spell it. It there a silent J in there? Don't know. Hydro know. Hydro scheme. Inspired this morning. Alright, Grant. Hand on your hearts, every wb. Save kids to go on school excursion. I boat we wish we -- I bet we wish we could do something like that again. Coming up - a report from Libya as the country celebrates the official end of the Gaddafi regime. Plus, the war on cyber crime. The fight authorities must win. And the Prince and the waitress. The woman at the centre of an international scandal, next. VOICEOVER: Every mum has her secrets. Our secret - NAN Pro 3 Toddler milk, with bifidus BL, an active probiotic, helps support developing immune systems.

(GIGGLES) It's the secret to happy toddlers. (MAN SINGS CHEERY GERMAN SONG) Get up! Go! Go! Go! (MAN SINGS FASTER) (SINGING INTENSIFIES) Morning, guys. Morning. Ah, morning. (GRUNTS) (MAN SINGS CASUALLY) Delicate layers of the crumbliest milk chocolate. New Flake Bites. Cadbury made in miniature. SONG: # And it's real and it's real... # VOICEOVER: Here's another great 'don't think twice' price from Red Rooster - two delicious Rippas or Flayvas plus chips for just $10. For real value... # Don't think twice! # # Hello

# You're looking at Brisbane through the Jetstar Skycam. Fine and 27. On this very royal day for Brisbane too, enjoy the Queen's visit. There have been amazing scenes of joy on the streets of Libya on what's being called the country's liberation day. During a ceremony to declare the country finally free of Colonel Gaddafi, Libya's new leaders paid tribute to the thousands who died during the 8-month battle. Reporter Adrienne Mong is there. It's a sea of red, black and green over in Benghazi Which was the origin of this uprising in Libya. Thousands of people have turned aout to celebrate their day of liberation. They have been giving thanks to neighbouring countries for inspiration, particularly Tunisia, which had the first free elections today, Sundays. Some of these celebrations have been marred by the confusion and the indecision, apparent indecision of the National Transitional Council here over what to do with Gaddafi's body. It still lies in a commercial freezer and apparently still being displayed for public viewing. A coroner's report has been submitted and it looks like he was shot in the head but some of those details are still not clear. It is not clear accheel, what the next step it. But there is growing concern and increasing pressure for formal, transparent and open investigation. Back to you, David. Adrienne Mong reporting there from Libya. Now, coming up - the Kiwis celebrate breaking their Rugby World Cup hoodoo, winning the trophy for the first time in 24 years. But now here's Mel. Now to our weekly Crime Stoppers segment where we help police solve a case or examine an issue they want you to know about. Today, it's internet fraud. It will soon be the biggest crime in Australia costing us up to $5 billion a year. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew explains how it works. Millions of dollars can be lost very quickly to cyber criminals. We're seeing 180,000 attempts at fraud every day. People always are the weakest link in this process. This map is tracking internet fraud. Every time a label pops up, a computer has been compromised when someone clicks on a spam email. Money, sex and gossip. Those three items will encourage people always to click on those links. The criminals are anonymous, many based in Eastern Europe. They send out millions of emails in the hope that one will find an unprotected computer. So an email arrives, you click on it. From there your information could be disseminated right across the world. Absolutely. It could be stolen by someone who will use it at a later date to track your user name and password on your bank account or your credit card. Here at the Sophos centre in Sydney Rob Forsyth's team track what's called malware, or malicious software, that's implanted into your computer by the email. You might find a keystroke recorder will click into play With gin to record what you have done and send it off to an Internet Most cyber criminals will never be tracked down. Law enforcement is having difficulty across borders. Hot pursuit exists in the real world but not in the cyber world. So how can you protect yourself and help police track down cyber criminals? Nigel Phair was with the Australian Federal Police for 21 years and is director of the Centre for Internet Safety. Nigel, how hard is it for police to find this kind of criminal? Look, it's difficult but not impossible. Australia has the legal regime and law-enforcement capacity to do these investigations. What do we do? Apart from clicking on these things how can we protect ourselves? It is important just like in the real world to protect ourselves in the online world. A number of tips, having up-to-date software, change your pass word regularly, I recommend on the change having up-to-date antivirus

of seasons and have letters, numbers and characters on the pass word and never click on an link that gets sent to you. The cost of cybero crime is $ The cost of cybero crime is $5bleian, that is enormous? Yes but the amount of time we spend aniline and the trans-- online and the transactions and e commerce, it is not surprising criminals prey on it. Do you think the technology is moving so fast some of us haven't worked out the ways criminals can target us? Yes, and as we buy more devices and spend more time online people need to sit back and think about the things they do online. Their identity is a valuable commodity that can be exchanged online. Thank you. We had an overwhelming response to last week's segment about that assault in Sydney. We want to show you the photos again of the boy police believe is responsible for the bashing death of Brian Gilsenan. He has a distinctive hair cut and was wearing a checked shirt. They also want to speak to this man and woman. She was quite well dressed and police believe someone must have seen her in the city that night back in February 2008. Thousands of people viewed the segment on our Facebook page and on Twitter. If you have any information, please call Crime Stoppers. They need your help with all of this. An American waitress has opened up about her night with Prince Harry. Jessica Donaldson met the royal as he enjoyed some time out from his helicopter training. But the chance encounter turned into an international scandal after the 26-year-old was apparently spotted She's now spoken out about the prince and what happened between them. Correspondent Martin Frizell has all the details. Good morning. What more do we know about this girl? Kochie, in the words of the song, a famous song, " famous song, "You were working as a waitress in cocktail bar when I met you, " you, "We know about her now because she is the front page of the Sunday papers. You wonder if the Queen on the way to Brisbane will be offered British papers, she might not want this one. Harry has been out playing but given the interview, there is damage limitation between her and her " her "burly boyfriend of three years", she said nothing happened, they were just friends and she left the room in tears during the interview and during it, she was looking anxiously at her boyfriend. Did she reveal anything else about Harry? Is he polite? Nice bloke? She said basically he is, " She said basically he is, ", whether she said it herself, " she said it herself, "He is a Prince Charming." She is a bottle girl. That is a girl whose job is to she said it herself, "He is a real

basically lure rich guys into a club to meet hot girls. You get charged $ to meet hot girls. You get charged $500 for one bottle of vodka on your table, Harry went there for one night and invited her and her friends to brunch on the beach the following day and then the following week he invited her out. Each time, she went. But, according to her, nothing went on. Although there are reports, from multiple sources, that a brun etrr lady was seen leaving Harry's hotel room at 6am in the morning. This young lady says it definitely wasn't her. Remind everyone, he is single. Remind everyone, he is Remind everyone, he is single.. How old is he? A couple of years older than her. The good thing is, it has just been announced by the Queen Harry is next year going to do his first solo royal tour. ) laughs) lock up your daughters. Yes, Caribbean and Jamaica, and Australia, maybe you can keep an eye on him. Harry's pub crawl around the world. Is he living the life or what? A young guy, helicopter pilot, he's got everything. A castle. News is coming up. Then, Aldi anger. The fight to stop the retailer selling cheap beer. And, JLO breaks down on stage. We'll tell you why, next. VOICEOVER: Introducing Listerine Zero. We removed the alcohol and made it less intense. (TCHAIKOVSKY'S '1812 OVERTURE' PLAYS) Now people everywhere are getting a deep clean for their mouth without the intensity. It still kills germs, helps fight plaque and prevents cavities... ..but it's never felt so good! New Listerine Zero. Deep clean. Less intense. Nelson Aspen joins us from New York. Jennifer Lopez broke down on stage during a concert. Why was she upset? This is very startling. We think of singers like Judy Garland or Piaff or Billy Holiday getting involved in their music that it affects them but JLO, was singing the song 'If io Had My Love' got very wistful, said it was the first song she wrote the song. As she sang the song, dancers came out in different stages in her life resemblebling her and men who resem bmed the men at different stages in her life, and according to the audience, at the end of the song visibly reduced to tear, left the stage. Very dramatic, needs a happier repertoire. Moving on, and is Kim Kardashian hitting the big screen? Get your cameras ready. She started, did the sex tape, that is famous and reality TV series. She had done a couple of big-screen did the sex tape, that is very

films that were flops but now she signed on with something that could be pretty major. Tiler Perry, producer e trord Ayr has signed her on to do the skwaelt Mare Counsellor' and it could be another reinvention for the enterprising young lady. Extraordinarily busy family. Gifted. Busy. Thanks, Nelson, talk to you soon. Big question of the morning, should we cull sharks? Trending on Facebook and Twitter and the Soap Box after yet another fatal shark attack. Yes, by far and away at the moment, most people saying do not kill the shark. We shouldn't hunt it, we are in their environment and know what is going to happen. Neil says the great white shark is listed as vulnerable and microatory under the environment act. What gives us the right to change the law because we are afraid? First hand stories. One is, " First hand stories. One is, "4 weeks ago friends and I were surfing at Cabbaritta beach when we were hassled by a 12 foot shark. It came up to me ski and checked me out. I was nervous. It took off. I took one paddle stroke and it was enough for it to come back for another look. Keeping a cool head was important, Keeping a cool head was important,. We should learn to leave them alone. How scary would that be, when know it's right there. Golly. How scary would that be, when you Let us know what you think and your stories as well. Let us know what you think and also Up to 1,000 people feared dead in a massive 7.3 earthquake in Turkey. The controversial hunt for the shark that mauled an American diver off WA. Uproar over ALDI's plans to sell cheap beer. Then, the Queen heads to Brisbane to lift spirits. The All Blacks celebrate, claiming their first win in 24 years. Reach up for the sunrise # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, here's Kochie and Mel. # Put your hand into the big sky # Also this morning - forcing charities to open up their books on a website for everyone to see. A bit like the my schools rr one. If you think it is a good idea let us know. But right now it's time for the news of the day with Nat. It's feared up to 1,000 people may have been killed in a 7.3 magnitude earthquake in Turkey. The quake is the country's worst in more than a decade and has been followed by several severe aftershocks. Authorities say 45 buildings, including apartments and a student dormitory, have collapsed in towns and cities across the south-eastern province of Van. Rescue workers have begun to pull people from the rubble. So far 85 people have been confirmed dead. A hunt is resuming today for a shark that killed a diver off Perth. Patrols armed with high-powered rifles are looking for the great white that's believed to be responsible for the death of 32-year-old George Thomas Wainwright who was attacked off Rottnest Island. He was diving 500m offshore when the shark struck, his body floating to the surface with large bite wounds. Fisheries officers have set shark traps near the site of the attack. If a shark is caught they have been authorised to kill it. It's been revealed that the Indonesian President personally intervened to ensure an Australian teenager on drugs charges in Bali was not sent to the notorious Kerobokan Prison. The 14-year-old boy has instead been transferred to a detention centre where he can stay in a room with his parents. It's expected he'll face trial within the next two weeks and if found guilty could be sentenced to up to six years in jail. Robert Ovadia joins me now from Bali. Rob, it was the first time we'd seen the 14-year-old boy since his arrest. How did he seem to you? We saw you trying to get any answers out of him. How did he seem to you in that room? He was clearly told, Nat, not to say anything to the media. That is understandable. There are various impressions from the media there. We heard he was stressed out. I was discussing with a colleague that. I found him haughty and she thought was arrogant but it is unfair to found him haughty and she thought he make those observations. He was wearing reflective sunnies and a cap, there is no way to read expression. There is every possibility he will be from the detention centre where he is to the police prosecutor's possibility he will be transferred

office. There they are expected to get a full brief of evidence that he may need to sign off in the coming weeks. Will we see the scenes played out every day back and forth. How will it play out? It is very messy. Ball onet but one thing about the Indonesians, they are transparent. They are going to the other extreme and inviting us into the press conference with the boy the other day. But I don't think it will be a rr e rgler occurrence, a run-off, taken to the prosecutor's office and may not emerge again until his trial in a few weeks. Libya has celebrated its liberation with a ceremony in Benghazi's Freedom Square. Moamar Gaddafi's death marks the end of a 42-year dictatorship and the Libyan people are being told to cherish their newfound freedom. Libya's revolution began here, 200 yards from Benghazi's main square and amid a sea of flags. The new Libya was proclaimed today. There was euphoria here, the formal ceremony marking the end of eight month of fighting. It's acting head of state pledging a better Libya. "We've been blessed", he says, "Now we must show tolerance and reconciliation "and reject intolerance of the past". Ahead of those who fought Moamar Gaddafi in Sirte just days ago. "His killing", said one leader, "a humiliating end he deserved". Here to stare at him for one last time, a long line of Libyans. Their excitement of seeing his dead body of a day out proof, perhaps, of how they loathed him. When they drive his body away it will be through the Misrata streets he bombarded for months and past people he beseiged he called rats and traitors a symbol of defiance and, now, along with Libya's new flag, a symbol of his defeat. Thousands of people are expected to line the streets of Brisbane today as the Queen and Prince Philip make a whirlwind visit to the Sunshine State. The royals will take a river cruise before meeting with flood and cyclone victims during a special reception. Officials have been busy making last-minute preparations. She's going to see a city that is well on the way to recovering from a terrible disaster. Yesterday, the Queen was greeted by hundreds of well-wishers outside a church service in Canberra. She also had lunch with a number of prominent Australians including actor Geoffrey Rush. New Zealanders have spent much of the night celebrating their win in the Rugby World Cup. There were some tense moments as the All Blacks hung on grimly to see off a spirited French attack 8-7. Rohan Welsh has been soaking up the atmosphere in Auckland. A result everyone predicted but a game no-one could have expected. Everyone had written France off before this match but they had signalled their intent right from the haka and really took it to New Zealand, especially during the second half. The All Blacks, though, to their credit, managed to hang on. Their fans are now celebrating long into the night and, of course, well into the day. We'll take that every day of the week, you know, like, 8-7, a win - a win's a win. Bad luck and bad referee as well. Heartbreak's over. The drought's broken? Oh, yes. Looking forward to England now. ALL CHANT: All Blacks, All Blacks! So the 24-year drought broken for the All Blacks and the Kiwis now. They can really celebrate their mantle as world rugby's number one. They're making the most of it, a They're making the most of it, a Wun is a Wun. Coming up - beer for a buck. The uproar over cheap booze being sold at the supermarket. But first here's Kochie. This is the 10th anniversary of the birth of the iPod, would you believe This is the 10th anniversary of the birth of the iPod, would you believe investors very confident over the weekend, meetings of leaders to sort out their debt weekend, meetings of European problems. We won't know the outcome until Wednesday when they meet again. Apparently Angela Merkel problems. We won't know the final

and Nicolas Sarkozy, from took Silvio Berlusconi aside, the boss of Italy and said, " and Nicolas Sarkozy, from France,

boss of Italy and said, "Mate, get your act together. You are the fourth biggest economy in Europe. If you go down, we're all cactus." To our region at the our region at the ends of last week, investors treading water to see how the European decision will go. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Thanks, Kochie. New Zealand is once again the world's premier rugby nation following a gripping 1-point win over France in the World Cup final in Auckland last night. The All Blacks opened the scoring and threatened to run away with it but the underdogs refused to concede. France launched wave after wave of attack in the closing stages but the hosts held firm. COMMENTATOR: New Zealand, the All Blacks - Rugby World Cup champions, 2011. The 24-year wait is over. It's the first time New Zealand has held the William Webb Ellis trophy since 1987. An injury to Shane Watson has compounded Australia's 80-run loss to South Africa in the second one-dayer in Port Elizabeth this morning. Watson suffered back spasms while bowling as the Proteas blasted their way to 6/303. Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke both fell cheaply in the run chase as South Africa cruised to victory. Australia was bowled out for 223. Motorsport has been rocked by another tragedy with Italian rider Marco Simoncelli killed in an horrific crash at the Malaysian MotoGP. The 24-year-old suffered head, neck and chest injuries and the race was cancelled. Australia's world champion Casey Stoner says he felt sick when he saw the incident. Simoncelli's death comes less than a week after the passing of Englishman Dan Wheldon in an IndyCar crash. Perth Glory has maintained its unbeaten start to the A-League season with a 1-0 win over Wellington at NIB Stadium last night. A first-half volley from Shane Smeltz was all that separated the two sides. While at Ausgrid Stadium, the Newcastle Jets downed the Central Coast Mariners 1-0 in the F3 Derby. And a big congratualtions to our technical director Lincoln Collingridge who placed third in the Australian Natural Bodybuilding Championships in the under-90kg division a fortnight ago. We always knew he was a natural. Bit like his natural tan as well. But the good news is, Kochie, I signed you up with training with him. Just to get you into shape for summer. Wow! He looks so different with his clothes on at work: so glad. He's taking calls. Well done. Give us the guns. Fantastic. Not in bad shape. I feel like someone's kicked sand in my face. Wow! A test you got to pass to work on this show. Oer Uh-Oh. Grant has all the weather for from the Snowy. Grant has all the weather for you Could have seriously used Lincoln's fire power and those big bad boy gun of his when the construction of the Snowy scheme got underway, check out the scale. We thought we would park the Winnebago here to show you the scale. Today we are celebrating one of the greatest engineering achievements of man kind. I manot talking this up. This is of a scale few of us really stop and think about. Being able to redirect melting snow from the Australian Alps, use it to harness totally green power, remember, we are one of the driest continents on the face hof the planets. If we can use power to power the eastern seaboard like Melbourne, snai, Brisbane, this is what allows it to happen. Huge vision. These pipes are so big, six of these side by side, this is one of the apoer stations, you can of these side by side, this is just drive the old English double-decker bus inside each one of these pipes. That is how big it is and how much water it can move. 200 cubic metres of water. Really? Yes, awesome. Imagine being on a skateboard and riding this is bad boy to the bottom of the hill? Awesome. Inside luge. There are 225 Kays of aqueducts. As we stop and celebrate what makes Australia awesome. That does! Let's have a look at the weather. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. Sydney, a late change on the way. It's kind of like, the e qichb lnt, the engineering equivalent of mankind of putting man on the moon. It is as awesome as Russell Crowe's performance in gladiator rr, the hydroelectric scheme is modern man's testament to how limitless life can be if you just put yourself to the task. $ task. $6 billion in today's terms to build it. Thank God we've got it. Hydro? Love your guts. Thank you, Grant, see you in half an hour. Up to 1,000 people are feared dead after a massive earthquake hit Turkey. The quake was centred close to the city of Van and brought down scores of high-rise buildings and hotels. Reporter Harry Smith has the latest. It would normally be time when families in this part of Turkey gathered for lunch. This is when the earthquake struck, this block of flats completely demolished. There was panic as those who arrived home discovered the damage, and struggled to understand exactly what had happened. Before the quake, this was a 7-storey block housing people of all ages. Some escaped with the clothes they stood in. Friends and neighbours scrambled over the building to find people trapped underneath. This is a region crisscrossed by geological faults. Small earthquakes are a daily occurrence. This doesn't alter the pain that is now being felt but it does raise questions how well authorities were prepared. As one local journalist explained. Buildings are not very good there but it is a general problem for Turkey, Which are not enough, physically. There are several villages, made of mud and earth, with the houses they have collapsing. Aftershocks have continued to hit the area as rescuers continue to dig into the rubble. Many have been brought out alive. Many others are still trapped. The rescue services are preparing for a long day and probably another long night. Harry Smith reporting. Coming up this Sunrise - the goverment's plan to show people smugglers a documentary about the risks of helping asylum seekers. But will it stop the boats? Right now here's Mel. Western Australia's third fatal shark attack in nearly two months has put a bounty on great whites which pose a threat to humans. The government is considering whether a cull of the endangered species might be the answer. For the moment it's ordered authorities to find and kill the shark believed responsible for the death of American diver George Wainwright at the weekend. And it's gone further. It will remain the case in the future that in the event that a great white is a threat to human life and I'm advised of it, then I will give authority to the fisheries department to seek to catch that shark and to destroy it. The latest attack happened 20km off the coast of Perth. One woman who knows more about sharks than just about anyone is Valerie Taylor. Good morning to you. They talk about wanting to cull the shark responsible. How on earth do they know which one it is. And if it is a is a threat to hume snnz Well, actually, they don't know which shark it is. And it's quite impossible for them to tell which shark it was. Because sharks move around. They go up and down the coast. It's not just going to sit there and wait to be caught. The thing about people going out and catching a lot of sharks is that it's just a killing field for a beautiful wild animal that lives in the ocean. Valerie, I understand, there is a lot of fear. When we are talking now about a cull. I would say our Soap Box this morning is overwhelming against a shark cull. What do you think is the answer here? What do we do? The, we are land animals. If we go into the ocean, we know there certain amount of risk. We could drown, we could meet a shark, very rare you will meet a shark, more likely you will drown. If you don't see it coming, the shark could endanger your life. They say the shark is a great white but there is no proof I know of or have heard of. It wasn't a big shark, it didn't take the guy away. I would say he bleed out in the water. That is the worst thing about being bitten by a shark or having an accident underwater where you bleed out. I know this because I have been bitten by a shark. I knew to stop the bleeding with my hand straight away and hold the wound closed. Apart from not doing the water, we do nets? Electrical impulses? Apart from not doing the water, do What are theaus. Is in what do we do to save lives? That's a good question. Basically, because it is an alien environment to us there's not much we can do. We can make the decision ourselves as to whether we want to go into water where there may be a shark. There is plenty of places you can swim there are no sharks. I know from my plenty of places you can swim where own experience I see less and less sharks. In fact, I hardly see them at all now days. So the decision is ours. That's what we can do. If we are afraid, we can avoid a situation when we might come into contact with a shark. I knew you were the person to talk to. Thank you for your company this morning, good to see you. Discount supermarket chain ALDI is under fire for planning to sell beer for less than soft drink. Dozens of stores across New South Wales will sell full-strength beer for $1.50 a can Compare that to the cost of a regular can of beer at $2.30 and a can of soft drink is almost double. ALDI stores in Victoria and the ACT already sell discounted alcohol. The supermarket says it's simply providing a convenient shopping experience. But will this do more harm than good? Dr Gordian Fulde is the head of St Vincent's Emergency Department. Good morning, Gordian. Does the cost of alcohol directly translate to how much is consumed? And alcohol-fuelled violence. Absolutely. You are on the money. It is the only thing that has shown to work to decrease problem drink. The whole thing sounds like is the only thing that has been

our worst night our worst nightmare. You have lot of cheap alcohol and people are going to buy more. People are going to drink more. Once again, it is the people who don't have problem with alcohol are OK. But it is teep people who will be sucked in, young people and things. If you have got lots of alcohol around it will get into the wrong hands and get into children, etc. children, etc.. Really, we have schoolies, summer coming. This just sounds so bad. This is already happening in Victoria and the ACT. What has been there experience? Do you know from your colleagues? I don't know much detail but if you sort of think about it, we had the milk wars, the bread wars, the meat wars, can you imagine a war between all the big supermarkets on cheaper alcohol. You can see it is good marketing. It is a marketing. It is a legal drug and someone can get a slab for virtually nothing, buy nothing, buy two or three, load the ute around. What we don't need is an excess amount of alcohol being consumed. This really will lead to that if it gets out of control. OK, you are at the front line and know the consequences of it. Good on you. The Queen and Prince Philip fly into Brisbane today and the river city is ready to give Her Majesty a right royal welcome. Good morning. Nuala, when is the Queen due to arrive? Due to touch down here at the old international terminal just after 11. It is the first time they have been back to Queensland since 2002. Considering how hard this state has been hit by the floods and the cyclone. It was all hands on deck in the city to make everything look even better than ever. Take a look. Brisbane has been getting a last-minute clean and polish for the big day. Thousands of well-wishers are expected to turn out to greet the Queen. I love the Queen. Just nine months ago the city was flooded but now it's looking better than ever and ready for the royal stamp of approval. She's going to see a city that's well on the way to recovery from a terrible disaster. Security will be tight and there'll be plenty of road closures. It's a balance of security with the ability for people to see Her Majesty. But many residents won't mind as they'll be lining the river banks early. Her Majesty will cruise down the Brisbane River to observe flood sites before visiting the Queensland Performing Arts Centre to meet flood victims and emergency services workers. While at South Bank, the Queen will officially reopen the Rainforest Walk and launch Rain Bank, a stormwater harvesting system. She'll then attend a private lunch before saying goodbye to Brisbane, possibly for the very last time. Now, that's all the more reason to come out and greet the Queen Prince Philip. Lots of good vantage come out and greet the Queen and points. Anywhere along the banks between Brett's Wharf and South Bank. There will be big screens up. The weather couldn't be better. 27 and sunny. A perfect day. Gorgeous day. Thank you. Here is Kochie. Celebrations are continuing across New Zealand this morning after the All Blacks shook off a 24-year hoodoo to win the Rugby World Cup. The French stared down the home side during the traditional haka before the capacity crowd in Auckland. But the home side drew first blood with a try. The All Blacks led 5-0 at the break. The French found the line in the second half. But New Zealand managed to hang on for a 1-point win and the Webb Ellis trophy. Everyone in New Zealand have given this team so much this last six weeks. Thankfully, we can repay them. While New Zealand celebrated, French supporters were left to lament what might have been. Joining us now are Jim and Rebecca Wilson. Good morning. The pwrefrpb had a crack -- the French came to play? They came it play, I couldn't believe their level of commitment. Remember, they were beaten soundly by New Zealand and Tonga in the lead-up matches and played erraticically throughout the tournament, last night, not a sign of that. So composeed and strong and took it to the Kiwis. They had to fight every inch of the way to get their trophy. A question when they advanced the haka, I thought it was a bit much but it was a sign of things to come. They were stiff. There was no doubt the French gave them the fright of the lives. Talk about the monkey becoming the guerilla on the back. This is the advance, they weren't over awed. They had infighting galore, the coach called them childish, immature, the withhold bit but they were superbly led by that man, Dusautoir. A couple of French spectators saying badly refereed? I thought I thought hoowas magnificent. Not many stoppages, he let it flow. The French scrum, the Australians can learn a lot. Not once, not a single time did it collapse. That is the key to beating teams like the All Blacks. The strength was like an iron cuten. The he was white bait fishing, it was a G-up with, after he was white bait fishing, thought maligned 12 months ago in Hong Kong, he has come out now a fairytale. A it was a G-up with, after being

hero. We'll claim it. Yes, good Australasian win, any successful Kiwi we claim. Coming up, how the government plans to use YouTube to stop the asylum seeker boats. And, behind the scenes with Angelina Jolie. The star's directing debut, soon. Good morning.. Last minute preparations.. before the Queen visits our War Memorial tomorrow.. as part of her trip down under. Her Majesty's in Brisbane today.. but will be back tomorrow.. to lay a Wreath.. and meet defence force personnel. It follows a busy few days in Canberra.. where she toured Floriade.. greeted fans.. and met with the PM and Opposition Leader. The legacy of renowned scientist and Canberran Frank Fenner lives on.. in a new energy efficient

building to be opened at the ANU.. in his honour. He died last year.. aged 95.. and is best known for his work to wipe

out smallpox. A win for local parents. Childcare centres in the ACT will share in more than 9 million dollars in upgrades.. which'll create an extra 175 childcare places.

And HUGE volumes of water released from Jindabyne Dam into the Snowy River.. have been gradually

scaled back. It's part of an ongoing program.. to make the river healthy WOMAN: Yoo-hoo! Hey! Hey-hey-hey-hey! New Dulux Wash & Wear, with harder-wearing barrier technology. Protects your walls so you don't have to. around in his wallet. He bought James the cot that James has slept in for nearly two years now. Dad was absolutely convinced that he would be around to hold his grandson. The oncologist made it very clear

that smoking had caused Dad's cancer. There was a sad moment where... ..where Emily came into the room and Dad just put his hand on Emily's belly

and just said, "Look, I'm sorry, "I'm just not going to make it. I'm sorry." SONG: # And it's real and it's real... # VOICEOVER: Here's another great 'don't think twice' price from Red Rooster - two delicious Rippas or Flayvas plus chips for just $10. For real value... # Don't think twice! # Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar. # Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba Low fares are just part of the story. # Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba You're looking at Melbourne through the Jetstar Skycam. Still ahead - taking the test that saves lives. The girls sign up to help beat breast cancer. News time now though, here's Nat. West Australian authorities are today continuing their hunt for a great white shark that killed an American diver over the weekend. Fisheries Officers have been told to find and kill the animal believed to be responsible for the death of 32-year-old George Wainwright who was attacked off Rottnest Island. The government is been asked to consider culling the species but not everyone agrees. The thing about people going out and catching a lot of sharks is that it's just a killing field for a beautiful wild animal that lives in the ocean. The death on the weekend marks the third fatal shark attack in nearly two months. The death toll is continuing to climb following an earthquake in south-eastern Turkey. 85 people have now been confirmed dead but it's feared up to 1,000 people may have been killed. The 7.3 magnitude quake is the worst the country's had in more than a decade and has triggered widespread panic. Authorities have confirmed that around 50 buildings have been destroyed in cities and towns across the province of Van. The Queen and Prince Philip will meet with flood and cyclone victims today during a whirlwind 4-hour visit to Brisbane. The royals will touch down just after 11:00 local time. They're set to take part in a cruise down the Brisbane River before meeting with victims of the recent disasters. Thousands of people are expected to line the streets to catch a glimpse of Her Majesty. Authorities have warned security will be tight. France's First Lady Carla Bruni has left a maternity clinic in Paris just days after giving birth to a baby girl. Carrying her daughter, the former model was ushered into a waiting car. French President Nicholas Sarkozy wasn't there for the homecoming. Or the burlgt, by the way. -- or the birth by the way. He was in Brussels for economic talks with other European leaders. This is the couple's first child together. He's saving the world. I wonder whether Carla was OK with that. He should be driving the car He should be driving the car home from the hospital. He is driving the global economy. Saving jobs. He is not doing a very good job. Where are we? At the hospital. Give it a crack. Wait until he gets home. He was in Brussels because European leaders were meeting to work out a blueprint to get Europe out of the debt crisis. crisis. Wall Street closed 267 to get Europe out of the debt points higher a vote of confidence that Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel and burl Merkel and Berlusconi will sort Europe out. I am not so confident but we will see. The talks continued over the weekend. They will give more aid to banks and not raid the European central bank balance sheet but the but the final blueprint will not be released until Wednesday Nicolas Sarkozy has got to get back and give the baby a cuddle for a released until Wednesday because

couple of days. He is on two days paternity leave. Time for sport now. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. 24 years of agony for the All Blacks is finally over after they edged out France by a point in last night's Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park. It wasn't the cakewalk many had predicted, with France proving a more than worthy opponent. A penalty goal from fourth-string fly-half Stephen Donald proved the difference. What the guys put in out there, we just dug as deep as we probably dug before and, you know, it's hard to really let it sink in but I'm just so proud of every single one of the guys. The scene was set for a fiery encounter before the match when France marched defiantly towards the haka. Australia's one-day series against South Africa is level at one game apiece after the Proteas recorded a comfortable 80-run victory in Port Elizabeth this morning. Shane Watson was forced from the field with a back injury as the hosts hammered their way to 6/303. The Aussies lost steady wickets in the run chase and were bowled out on the final ball of the match for 223. Demons forward Colin Sylvia has been dumped from the International Rules series against Ireland after he was found to have left the scene of an accident. Sylvia's BMW was being driven by a friend when it knocked down a power pole yesterday. Both men left the scene before notifying police. The AFL axed Sylvia because he had been out drinking before Australia's first training session. Manchester United has suffered one of the darkest days in its proud history, a 6-1 thrashing at the hands of cross-town rivals Manchester City this morning. The Premier League champions had Johnny Evans red-carded in the second half and from there the floodgates opened as City slammed home five second-half goals. On a day of surprises, Queens Park Rangers upset Chelsea 1-0. Time to check the weather. Grant Denyer is at the site of a great project, the Snowies. A magnificent morning. Not even a great project, Beretts, probably THE greatest. Good call. When it comes to engineering xheempts. They said it couldn't done (laughs) Australians, we just know how to pull a rabbit out of a xheempts. They said it couldn't be

hat, don't we? This is a big, brown land, to move the crucial water supplies that had fallen in the Alps and to give it to the essential farming areas like the Riverina Mia and sell the rice back to the Chinese and Japanese, that is how good it is, how do you get thuter waa bide, brown land? Big a -- big a couple of holes, pipes, dams, bank. One of the greatest achievement on the face of the planet. These pipes, they can move extraordinary amount of wate