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(generated from captions) homes and businesses swamped Children evacuated, drivers trapped, pounds the Sunshine Coast. as torrential rain in a massive operation. More than a dozen people arrested to the cops who captured him. Plus, what Malcolm Naden said headed to London Also, the sister act its all-star swim team. as Australia names like nobody else (SINGS) # You light up my world gets me overwhelmed. # # The way that you flip your hair with the world's biggest band. On the road (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Good morning and welcome to Friday. for older drivers. Also today 'S' plates more aware Would they make other road users or just lead to more road rage? What do you think? The older drivers you are talking about, Melissa. Not you, you are young. You looked at me But our big story this morning that's soaked the Sunshine Coast. is the deluge We'll go there live shortly. with Nat. But we'll being our coverage Yes, incredible pictures, Kochie, good morning. have been flooded Hundreds of homes and businesses on the Sunshine Coast the region late yesterday. after torrential rain battered to climb on top of their cars Drivers were forced engulfed by rising waters. as suburban streets were quickly locals watched on Struggling against waist-deep water, as a late-afternoon downpour at Alexandra Headland transformed this busy shopping strip into a raging river. everything in its path. The surge picking up in vain to keep the torrent out. Shocked business owners tried up to the tables, pretty much. It's completely flooded, were both swamped The local supermarket and surf shop of rain battered the area as more than 100 millimetres within a matter of hours, by surprise. the sudden deluge catching everyone like, in an hour. Buddy? Oh, my God, it happened, Like in an hour, it was flooded. MAN: Yep. called out to a childcare centre At Mooloolaba, emergency crews were of the building became inundated. after the bottom floor had to be evacuated. More than a dozen children and staff were also deployed Swift-water rescue teams by the rising waters. to help drivers left stranded adding to the chaos. A number of roads were cut off, Cars didn't know where to go. stuck down the back there. There's still some cars floating around? So there were actually cars Clayton's Towing, as you can see, Yep, we've had Combined Towing, out of our garden. coming to pick up cars to assess the damage. As night fell, residents were left in January. It came up a foot more than it did like this before. We've never seen anything to assist in the clean-up. Council teams will be out today seven people in the city of Toulouse A French gunman accused of killing at his home. is dead following a lengthy siege Mohammed Merah died with police overnight. following a fierce gun battle while still shooting. The 23-year-old jumped out a window He was found dead on the ground. Merah had bragged to negotiators by al-Qaeda militants. about being trained Malcolm Naden - Australia's most wanted man - at Goulburn supermax prison has spent the night in northern New South Wales. following his dramatic capture Edwina Bartholomew Sunrise correspondent is outside the prison complex. Good morning, Eddy. Naden arrived there late last night? Yes, Nat, 22 hours after he was captured, Malcolm Naden arrived here around 10 p.m. around 10 p.m.. He was in a convoy of three cars which sped through the prison gates, he was in the 4-wheel drive in the middle that went straight into a secure area. We could see through the prison gates the officers were removing weapons before going deeper into the complex. It wasn't the same convoy that left Taree. We believe they changed cars to avoid detection. There is no contact with other prisoners of the like of Ivan Milat and others. Malcolm Naden is being held in a solitary cell with the others with a small exercise yard. There is no reason to leave here for the foreseeable future, there is video link facilities to make his appearance in court on May 24 and there is medical facility to receive treatment for the dog bite wounds. Seeing the police officers and the media after seven years alone, if that wasn't enough to shock the system, this certainly will be. 13 Australians have been arrested child pornography ring. in a police raid on an international Wales, Queensland and the ACT 19 properties in Victoria, New South were raided by AFP officers. The men were all arrested - of images and videos. one in possession of dozens Interpol alerted police here It's believed of the child porn ring in Germany. following the discovery The men have all been charged. going to extreme lengths Ahead this Sunrise, the families on the table each night. to make sure there's dinner But right now, here's Kochie. Take a look at Wall Street. An hour of trading left to go. of trading left to go. The Dow and Take a look at Wall Street. An hour Europe down quite solidly because of manufacturing figures out of Europe and also China showing a bit of a slow down there. It has hit the markets pretty hard. To our region yesterday, we were up 17 and 19 points. Commodities are down right across the board overnight on the manufacturing figures: When commodities drop, so does our dollar. Chinese manufacturing The latest figures on are a little bit of a concern. Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. What are your concerns, Savanth? Yes, look I think if you look at the latest result from China is probably clear there has been a modest slow down in China. It is a bit of a mixed picture. The smaller manufacturing firm said in China are slowing down but the larger state-owned corporations have seen a pick up in terms of the data. So it is sabit mixed. But highlighting, going forward, the Chinese officials will stimulate their economy. That will be good for the short term equity markets but we saw weakness overnight and that will continue over the next couple of trading sessions because market are focused on China. If China slows down, well, there is not much left if the local economy. -- not much left for economy. -- not much left for the local economy. Andrew Demetriou insists the AFL's ambitious push into Western Sydney isn't an attempt to invade the turf of rival football codes. The AFL held its season launch in Sydney for the first time last night ahead of the inaugural derby between the Giants and the Swans. Demetriou is convinced all codes can thrive in Harbour City. Of course, we believe we're the greatest sport on the planet but so too do those who love rugby codes those who love the round-ball game. The night featured a tribute to the late Demons legend Jim Stynes with the AFL promising to continue his charity work. The winless Eels are unlikely to risk injured fullback Jarryd Hayne in tonight's 'Battle of the West' against the Panthers at Parramatta Stadium. It's likely he'll be given another week to overcome a knee problem but inspirational skipper Nathan Hindmarsh is expected to overcome a hip injury. In tonight's other game, the Broncos do battle with the Rabbitohs in Perth. Australia's swim team for the London Olympics was officially unveiled last night at the completion of the trials in Adelaide. The final night of competition delivered the feel-good story of the meet with sisters Cate and Bronte Campbell finishing first and second in the 50 metres freestyle. They're set to become the first siblings in 40 years to swim for Australia at an Olympics. A remarkable story. Just remember those two names, particularly Cate, she is going to do big things in Australia for in London. She will move in with the Stephanie Rice and others. Her sister too? Yes, but for now, it is Cate's moment. Can you do a wrap for us in the next week of the young guns and innames to look out for. So when London comes around rb we have bit of a background. Will do. Let's catch up with the weather and Grant is in Brisbane today. We are. Who dozen love a good show? Imagine this, ut just spit ball with me, imagine combining the outdoor show with the tinny and tackle show. It would be stuff dreams are made of. Heaven. Well, dream no longer, young man. Today we will look at the 4 by 4 out door and tinny and tackle show, in one! It show, in one! It is It's happening in Brisbane this weekend. I am kidding, there is a 4 by 4, and yes, in Brisbane this weekend. I am not caravans, someone has finally thought of a motor bike that goes with a caravan! Perfect! You go every cool invention I ever came up with, I realise is always a reality and not only that, done better than I could have done. Plastic trailer, fantastic, sturdy, cheap, already made. Already made. Yes, and you look at the outside of these caravans and you go, yeah it's big and you go

and you go inside and you go, " and you go inside and you go, "Is this the Tardus?". Way bigger inside than outside. Let's look at had the forecast around Australia. Sunrise Weather brought to you by the LED Super Sale at Beacon Lighting. Super savings on LED lights, fans and more, with 30% off your second item. After the break - more on the wet weather that's pounded Queensland's Sunshine Coast overnight. We'll take you there live, next. Queensland's Sunshine Coast is counting the cost of another flash flood. More than 380mm fell in some areas yesterday. Around 200 properties were inundated with Maroochydore, Mooloolaba and Alexandra Headland among the hardest hit suburbs. It came up a foot more than it did in January. We've never seen anything like this before. Specialist fire crews had to rescue people caught in the flash flooding. Evacuation centres were also opened along the coast. Seven News reporter Laura Dymock is in Maroochydore. Laura, a lot of people seemed to get caught by surprise, didn't they? Yes, that's one thing everyone is saying, Mel and Kochie, is that this happened just so fast. Businesses that were inundated say the water came up to their knees in less than an hour. Swift-water rescue crews were immediately deployed to help people evacuate. One of the first places to go under was a childcare centre. Staff and children there to be evacuated and they couldn't centre. Staff and children there had keep up with the demand for help. Emergency services were overcome by people needed help. The water came up quickly, did it go down just as quickly. Mostly it did, Kochie. Most of the water seemed to have gone away last night and businesses were able to start their clean-up. Of course, low-lying areas and under ground car parks were still flooded even late last night. It is still raining here of course now. It is only going to hampther recovery today. Any extent on the damage? Not a clear picture yet, Mel. It all unfolded a little over 12 hours ago. The SES said there were 200 homes and businesses inundated. It unfolded at the worst possible time, it was peak hour and people trying to get home through flooded roads and they didn't make it and had to abandon their cars. There are cars littered in the main streets right now and all that is yet still to be calculated. They are amazing scenes, thank you for your time. Appreciate it. Ahead this Sunrise - what we women really want. We're going to spell it out We're going to spell it out for you. We only got three hours? No, it is simple, one thing. And Robert Pattinson gets his gear off for his new movie. But next... Jae, it's Mel and Kochie from Sunrise. Would you like to win $10,000 on this Thursday morning? Are you (BLEEP) serious? Yes, we were serious. And yes, we were live. The call that's gone down in TV history. at Beacon Lighting. and more, with 30% off your second item. Former AFL player Jason Akermanis is making headlines for saying Jim Stynes had a nasty streak and questioning his state funeral. Aker has been dumped by the Queensland radio station where he made the attack. He has apologised and claims he didn't say what he wanted to say very well. Aker is no stranger to controversy, but has he gone too far this time? I almost didn't want to have this on the show and give any air time but we are reporting in the news something has come of it, he has been sacked by a radio station. been sacked by a radio station.Iment he put out a one-page appall aglast night but the damage is done, that -- apology last night, the damage is done. -- apology last night, the damage is Also making news are calls for 'S' plates on cars. Younger drivers already have 'L' and 'P' plates but should older drivers have 'S' plates so other road users know they are senior citizens? I don't get it? So if there is an 'Is' you don't crash in? An awareness. I see a learner and I am more aware they need a bit more space, you don't want to go too close, you give them, cut them a bit of slack. If they are going slower than the normal. You don't beep like you normally would. We deep you, but if you had an 'S' on your car I would leave you alone. From 70 onward, you have a couple of years left. Also making news - what women really want. At last! A study shows half of women prefer their husbands to make dinner than make love. And more than 9 in 10 would choose a home-cooked meal over flowers. Is that a fact? Overflowers, the? Yeah. We had it so wrong for so long. Do women prefer heat in the kitchen or the bedroom. Is that really research? This whole, usually, when you cook dinner, you sort of hope that... There is a prize at the end of it. Do you only cook dinner for the family if there is strings attached. He Buys a barbecue chook for dinner every second week. The man is an investor. Use it as a reward for doing things. Well do more things. Love-making is a reward or dimrn. You are the one who said you cook in the hope of being thanked. being thanked. Do a lot more. Speaking of bedroom etiquette - what are the rules about pets sleeping on the bed? This is Mel's new kitten and she's it slip that Darcy is already sharing her bed. You soft touch! I said, " You soft touch! I said, "What?". She said, "No, it's only a little kitten." said, "No, it's only a little kitten it won't be allowed for long." Can I just say. Start as you mean to continue. She is only little and locked in the laundry, but as I was going, I had a nap in the afternoon, went up stairs and she hopped on the bed and came with me. I was napping in the middle of the day. The pussy in bed and cuddling up. I said, " up. I said, "Cuddling up to your head." up. I said, "Cuddling up to your head.". She was at my feet. It's a slippery slope, Mel. Do whatever is right. I had nap, no matter. And we're making news, everywhere it would seem. London's 'Daily Mail', says Mother swears on live TV. All because of this... FILE FOOTAGE: Jae, it's Mel and Kochie from Sunrise. Would you like to win $10,000 on this Thursday morning? Are you f---ing serious? It's also one of the top trending topics on Twitter. The United Kingdom 'Dale a Mail'? Goodness. Still ahead - on the road with the world's number one band One Direction. But next, the news headlines. And the final codeword to enter our $100,000 cash bonanza. Keep it clean. VOICEOVER: Introducing new Herbal Essences, reinvented with rich silkening ingredients, for petal-soft hair with glistening shine after just one use. Someone's been doing the Herbal. New Herbal Essences collections. This is your final chance to enter our birthday cash bonanza. And the codeword is: You'll You'll be happy . Now dial 1902 55 77 07 and follow the prompts Or send a text to 19 777 077 with the codeword and your details. Here's Nat with the news. A torrential downpour has left dozens of homes and businesses on Queensland's Sunshine Coast flooded overnight. The heaviest rain fell between Maroochydore and Caloundra. This street in Alexandra Headland was left completely under water. Locals say the rain was relentless. Probably about 1.5, 2 hours just kept coming up and coming up. No stopping, just, yeah, relentless. A severe weather warning is still in place along the Sunshine Coast. Police are warning drivers not to attempt to drive through floodwaters. A woman has been badly burnt after she was allegedly doused with petrol and set on fire in southern Sydney. The 33-year-old was walking along Regent Street at Chippendale just before 10:00 last night when a man allegedly approached her, setting her alight. She ran into a nearby business where an employee helped douse the flames. It's believed she has suffered burns to around 40% of her body. Police are looking for two men seen running from the area. Australia's most-wanted man arrived at one of the country's most-secure prisons under heavy police guard last night. Malcolm Naden was captured at a shack in the New South Wales Upper Hunter early yesterday. He was transferred to the Goulburn supermax in the state's southern tablelands. Officers are now questioning him over the disappearance of his cousin Lateesha Nolan. We need to know what happened to Lateesha and if he knows anything about where her whereabouts is. Malcolm Naden has been charged over the 2005 murder of Kristy Scholes, the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl and the attempted murder of a police officer. The French man accused of shooting dead seven people, including three children, has died after police raided his home in the city of Toulouse. Self-declared al-Qaeda militant Mohammed Merah jumped out a window during a firefight with officers. "He burst out of the bathroom where he'd been hiding, "firing madly with extreme violence," he said. "As the officers tried to protect themselves "Merah jumped out the apartment window still shooting his guns." outside Merah's apartment block. Police divers from Brisbane will help in the search for a missing French tourist on the Great Barrier Reef. The 72-year-old French national hasn't been seen since midday yesterday while snorkelling at Hastings Reef, east of Port Douglas. Dive operators became concerned when he failed to return to their anchored boat. His wife was onboard the Down Under Dive vessel and is being questioned. Wall Street is down around 90 points at the Wall Street is down around 90 points at the moment. Slow manufacturing figures out of China and all-Europe is weighing on the market. It has pushed commodities down as well. Let's take a look at our region yesterday, it should be a

overseas lead. To those commodities: turn of events today following the Cate and Bronte Campbell will become the first siblings in 40 years to swim for Australia at an Olympics after finishing first and second in the 50 metres freestyle final at the trials last night. The sisters couldn't contain their jubilation after the race. COMMENTATOR: The sisters have made it! it's going to be a sister act in London for Australia! I've dreamt about this moment for so long, um, ever since we started swimming together, I suppose. James Magnussen headlines the 44-strong Dolphins bound for London. Leisel Jones will become our first swimmer to compete at four Olympic Games. The AFL held its season launch in Sydney last night ahead of the inaugural derby between the Giants and the Swans tomorrow night. League boss Andrew Demetriou used the event to assure fans of other codes that the AFL's multimillion-dollar push into western Sydney is not an invasion. 12 new life members were unveiled including Adam Goodes, Luke Power, Jude Bolton and Simon Black. The Broncos are bracing for a resurgent Greg Inglis in tonight's clash with the Rabbitohs in Perth. when switched to fullback last week and Brisbane is expecting more of the same. The corresponding match last year was played in atrocious conditions after torrential rain lashed Perth. In tonight's other match the winless Eels host the Panthers at Parramatta Stadium. To the footy tips now. The AFL kicks the season off tomorrow night with Greater Western Sydney debuting against the Swans in a split round. What? Mel is No.1 ticket holder at the club's debut match and you had to go with the Swans. Mel and I always bet with our heads, not our hearts and the Swans are going to it. You got rolled by it. OK, rock, scissors, paper. No, no, no, and no. hearts and the Swans are going to do

Yes. No! All the way, red and white. You will nev live with yourselves.

You believe it? Bullying is a big, big accusation. Rolled is better. If you would like to join our tipping competition and pick if you want to go with the Swans or the Giants, you can. Let's leave the girls to sort it out and go to Grant. I thought it was too good to be combining the tinny and tackle and 4 by 4 show, it is epic! Imagine taking this one home and putting in the pool and teaching your kids how to fish because it is too taking this one home and putting it

dangerous in the actual wild but you can take it to your own home! can take it to your own home!!! you had that fairy floss again. can take it to your own home!!! Have Everywhere, there is ideas, doesn't matter where, that way or that way. Let me introduce the idea of the Kanut mism nope! Look at this thing. This is the canoe you would use you were in the military. Let me start with the propulsion, This is the canoe you would use if

underneath, look at that. It paddles along. It has a sonar device, it has fishing rod holders, how many do you think? Two. (laughs) he thinks, two, Darren! More! Not even three, four aue, five (Brrrr) six! It has an esky in the front, a chopping board when for you catch your fish. GPS? Yes, boom! Right there. You can catch marlen in this, I kid you not. Catch them. You can catch them in Sydney and get them off the hook in Sydney and get them off the hook Sydney and get them off the hook in New Sydney and get them off the hook in New Zealand. It has got flag in case you catch a crocodile. Fireworks too, let's look at the weather. Sunrise Weather brought to you by the LED Super Sale at Beacon Lighting. with 30% off your second item. A trough and low are generating heavy rain through eastern Queensland, leading to flash flooding. A cold front is bringing wind and showers across Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. A broad region of low pressure is triggering showers and storms in the tropics. In Brisbane, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, this show. If I could just blow your mind once more, how big could a canoe get? How amazing? Look! It turns into that thing. Is trat a trinaoe? It doesn't have a name, it is that awesome. It has been invented for this show. See you in half an hour, blow your mind with more. Stop it! Time for this week's competition and Dulux has put together a pack containing Australia's favourite paint colours. You can get one for free by heading to dulux.com.au. Mel is given Nat orange and grey. Plus, Sunrise viewers can win one of five daily prize packs valued at over $4,000. It includes a visit from a Dulux colour consultant, 150 litres of Dulux product, and two grand to spend on a painter. To enter, visit the Sunrise website and tell us your favourite Dulux colour and why. And congratulations to yesterday's winner - I like hearing what their favourite room and why they painted it a particular colour. It got a bit frosty in here. After the break - the great toad hunt. The unusual day out to help tame the North Queensland pest. And, L-plates, P-plates, now the plan to identify senior citizens on our roads with 'S' plates. That's next.

A look at Melbourne through the Jetstar skycam. A few showers becoming windy. Rain for the final day of campaigning before tomorrow's Queensland elections. We have 'L' plates and 'P' plates, but what about 'S' plates? There are calls for older drivers to show they're a senior citizen. But would it make other road users more aware or just lead to more road rage? You get good and bad in all ages, it shouldn't be singled out. People think there is a senior driving, I got to support him. It is good for drivers to know they are a senior citizen and take the appropriate caution necessary. Harold Scruby from the Pedestrian Council of Australia joins us now. Morning, Harold. 'S' plates are already used in Japan. They work in other countries, could they work here? We don't know if they work. We don't think it is a good idea, meaning it is more bureaucracy and police have to check more licences. The real problem is younger drifeers, who are overrepresented in crashes. Our problem is not 'S' plates but those with Alzheimer's and dementia driving. There are 75,000 people with alzymeas, that is extremely dangerous. E rather than 'S' plates we should have mandatory reporting. There were calls a couple of year uzgo for drivers over 80, based the research, Monash University said people in the age group are four uzgo for drivers over 80, based on

times more likely to be involved in accidents. There are other studies who say the opposite. The jury is out. Some of the things that disturb us, special licences so they can drive within 10 kilometres of their home but the vast majority of people who are involved in crashes have a crash 10 kilometres within their own home. We believe certainly when you reach 75 you should be test said. You believe we have Australian road rules but they are all different. We believe all drivers should be tested regularly. Just think, you get your licence at 17 or 18 in Victoria and don't do another test until you are 75. Imagine our pilots under the same conditions? All drivers should be tested every five years, perhaps start with a computer test. The vast majority of Australias driving today did their licences before the Australian road rules came into place. So the vast majority know the road rules. Well, road place. So the vast majority don't rules with one thing but one study, pharmacy study showed the people in the age group were getting their medication wrong. Is it a good case? Yes, but do people drive differently when they see a 'P' plater? Yes, some people say you are more aware. Who is more likely to be involved in a crash, perhaps, I think you have got to get the police involved. It a crash, perhaps, I think you have is a huge extra layer of bureaucracy, the 'S' plate driver has to have it all it time, police have to inspect the licences, before you jump into these you got to make sure the research is correct. Many times research is not correct. would be on the side tf the seniors and say, " times research is not correct. I

and say, "slow down here. Don't jump into this before you have conclusive research." Thank you. Her is research." Thank you. Her is Mel. It's toad-hunting season again and Townsville residents are gearing up for this weekend's Toad Day Out. about the devastating effect toads can have on the environment. Get out there and do a little bit at a time we could have big effects of other pest species. The aim is to catch as many cane toads as you can. They're then donated to local taxidermists or to the region's university for research. Joining me now is Vern Veitch from Townsville City Council. Good morning. It's stuffed, that's OK. I you were hold agtoad. Tell awhy you hold the event every year? It is an It's stuffed, that's OK. I thought

awareness-raising event, Mel. We can all dosomething about the environment. We have got a lot of pests in the am environment and cane toads with one of the worst ones. It is about educating our children to get out there and do something. What are rules? People have to hand them in alive and unharmed? Yes, very important they are alive. So can be mixed with or misidentified important they are alive. So toads with some of our native frogs, especially when they are small. Some of the rules they have to be a minimum of 50mm long and alive so we make sure we are not harming any native animals. Does it really make a big difference? One event a year doesn't make a difference, what makes a difference is changing the attitude of people to get out and do it right throughout the whole of the wet season. I do it in my yard and I rarely see a toad, I might catch one or two a week rather than five or 10 a night. Good luck with it, we have to do something. Do you want to see a live one? Ohh... I'd love to. How about this little fellow. Oh, he's... Yeah... Don't really know what to say? That's a male. He's off. He's gone. I'll let you chase him. Woops. Did you get him? Just pop him back in the bucket, that's OK. The other one is way better, I think to hold up. Vern, I'll let you manage those. OK, thanks, Mel, degood on you. That That was entertaining. It was an action-packed finish to the Olympic swimming trials in Adelaide overnight. The Campbell sisters became the first siblings to make the Olympic swim squad since 1972. 19-year-old Cate came first in the 50m freestyle. 17-year-old Bronte scored second spot. Look at those faces. Eamon Sullivan will join the Campbell sisters on the Olympic team. He joins me now. Good morning. This is your third Olympics. Do you still get just as excited? Definitely. I think, it is the whole reason why we swim. For me, the whole reason why I got through the last few years is to go to the Olympics again, to be on the team is a fantastic feeling. It has been a tough road for you, you battled injury after injury over the past few years. Just give us a snap shot of your day when you're in training? Um, I guess, a rough idea is probably up at about 5. probably up at about 5.30, half an hour drive to training, two-hour swim, half an hour stretch after that. About an hour of weight, travel home, have lunch, either physio or massage, maybe Pilates or yoga and back to the pool for two hours of training in the afternoon. It is a massive commitment. Olympic gold is the great motivation for you? It is, especially coming so It is a massive commitment. That

close in Beijing, 0. close in Beijing, 0.1 of second, you have to wait four years to get another shot. I have been waiting four years and I have got another shot. I have got the 50 individual and the relay. It has taken four years but I have got another shot. It is amazing to think you are the old man t- squad now. Thanks, Kochie! No, no! You are like the big brother of... The feeling in the team, the Campbell sisters, there are some wonderful stories there? Yes, no, it is. It has got to that point, unfortunately. I was an 18-year-old on the team in my first Olympics and now, nearly 27 and ten years older than the other guys and girls. I got to start acting my age and not my shoe size. For what it is worth, Kochie is the old man of our team. I meant possible way. You are the statesman of the team. That sounds better. team. I meant it in the nicest

More distinguished. Mate, congratulations, all the best for the Olympics and pass on our best wishes to the rest of the team as well. Will do, thanks guys. Good on you. The great thing about amen and where he has been and his statesmanship, he knows what he's got to do to win. We could put an 'S' on his nameplate, maybe? You know what I meant! News is coming up. Then, Aker's apology. Is it enough after his nasty attack on AFL legend Jim Stynes? And, Kim Kardashian's lessons in love. The star reveals what she learnt from divorce. VOICEOVER: Looking for healthier health cover? At Bupa, we provide a great range of cover, whatever stage of life you're at. Call 134 135, visit bupa.com.au or drop by your local Bupa centre.

What has Kim Kardashian learnt from her divorce? Making money? You Making money? You know, it is easy to make fun of the Kardashian clan because they are so over the top. But when you realise, she is 31 years old now and that is the time you sort of have your brain delivered about romance and love and experiences so I was actually kind of impressed. This is what she had to say Toodyay Leno. I learned so many many lessons and it changed who I am as a person and for the better, the things I care about in life changed because of this. Things happen for a reason. I believed in love, I still do, but I felt to be fair to everyone, I just knew I had to end it. And I'm OK with that decision, I know I made the right decision. Come on! on! My daughters love her. But to me, I don't know whether what she is saying there is real or whether it's scripted ask going to end up on a reality show, reality show,, " reality show,, "When I went on Jay Lenno." reality show,, "When I went on Jay Lenno.", come on. It is like the boy who cried wolf, when do you believe it and when is it scripted. it and when is it scripted. I like to give her the benefit of the doubt because believing in love is a great message. You old romantic, thank you, Nelson. Our top stories on Sunrise.

fus mrirs words what Malcolm Naden said to the cops More than a dozen people arrested

Plus, what Malcolm Naden said to the cops who captured him. fus mrirs words what Malcolm Naden said to the cops who captured him. Also, going for gold, the sister act headed to London as Australia names its all-star swim team. And its all-star swim team. And one Direction mania. # You light up my world like nobody else # The way you flick your hair On the road with the world's biggest band. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. If you've just tuned in, our big story this morning is the deluge that's soaked the Sunshine Coast. We'll go there live shortly. Two children are missing following a house fire in Victoria overnight. The blaze broke out at Dunkeld, west of Melbourne, around 3:00 this morning. Emergency crews arrived to find the property well alight. A man and a woman have been treated for injuries but two children remain unaccounted for. after flash floods tore through homes and businesses. The powerful storm moved in late yesterday, catching many locals by surprise. Struggling against waist-deep water, locals watched on as a late-afternoon downpour transformed this busy shopping strip at Alexandra Headland into a raging river. The surge picking up everything in its path. Shocked business owners tried in vain to keep the torrent out. It's completely flooded, up to the tables, pretty much. The local supermarket and surf shop were both swamped as more than 100 millimetres of rain battered the area within a matter of hours, the sudden deluge catching everyone by surprise. Oh, my God, it happened, like, in an hour. Buddy? MAN: Yep. Like in an hour, it was flooded. At Mooloolaba, emergency crews were called out to a childcare centre after the bottom floor of the building became inundated. More than a dozen children and staff had to be evacuated. Swift-water rescue teams were also deployed to help drivers left stranded by the rising waters. A number of roads were cut off, adding to the chaos. Cars didn't know where to go. There's still some cars stuck down the back there. So there were actually cars floating around? Yep, we've had Combined Towing, Clayton's Towing, as you can see, coming to pick up cars out of our garden. As night fell, residents were left to assess the damage. It came up a foot more than it did in January. We've never seen anything like this before. Council teams will be out today to assist in the clean-up. The Queensland election campaign has entered its final stage with less than 24 hours until voters head to the polling booths. Both Anna Bligh and Campbell Newman have been busy trying to win over voters at the last minute. For the latest, I'm joined by Michelle Tapper in Brisbane. Good morning, Michelle. How's it looking for Campbell Newman? Morning, Nat. Well things are looking pretty good for Campbell Newman. Two polls were released yesterday which both have him leading Labor's Kate Jones in the seat of ath grove. In a 2-party preferred in one poll sitting on 54% and in the other, 52% and in the other, 52%. The is looking good for Campbell Newman and the LNP party for a the LNP party for a landslide victory on Saturday but for Labor, polling shows a 12% state wide swing against the party and looking to hold on to 12 of the 89 seats, from the current 51 they hold. hold on to 12 of the 89 seats, down Anna Bligh hasn't given up yet. from the current 51 they hold. But has been campaigning tirelessly for 18 hours, finishing up in the early Anna Bligh hasn't given up yet. She

hours of this morning. Thank you very much for the update. And Andrew O'Keefe will co-host Weekend Sunrise live from Brisbane tomorrow and Sunday for your best Queensland election coverage. 13 Australian men have been arrested in police raids over their alleged involvement in an international child pornography ring. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins me now with the latest. Good morning, Nick. This is a major win for police. Yes, it is. It all began in Germany. Authorities there discovered what they say was a large international file-sharing ring. Where child abusers get together and share photos and videos with one another. abusers get together and share their Such is the international cooperation on these matters now, Interpol informed Federal Police, after a two week investigation they raided 19 Interpol informed the Australian

property across the eastern seaboard. That is Victoria, South Wales, ACT and Queensland. They say some of the images were at seaboard. That is Victoria, New

the very worse end of the scale. So some very serious offending is what they are alleging. 13 men, as you say, have been arrested. If convicted, they could face up to 15 years jail, Nat. Thank you. Malcolm Naden has spent the night locked up with some of the country's worst criminals in Goulburn's supermax prison. He was on the run for nearly seven years until police captured him early yesterday. Naden has been charged over the 2005 murder of Kristy Scholes, the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl and the attempted murder of a police officer. where Naden is being held, shortly. But first, here's Kochie. Consumer confidence in the US has reached an 8-year high. You would think that would be good news for the markets. No: the markets. No: the Dow is down roughly 80 point. European markets think that would be good news for

down as well because of figures showing a slow down in manufacturing in Europe and also China. Now, let's take a look at the commodities with those manufacturing figures. Commodities dropped. But just look at commodity prices right across the board. Energy commodities there, up to the metals, all down. Gold, silver, copper, down. So a tightening of manufacturing means that maybe economies are slowing and going into a double dip. Let's go and take a look at the currency. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Andrew Demetriou insists the AFL's ambitious push into Western Sydney isn't an attempt to invade the turf of rival football codes. The AFL held its season launch in Sydney for the first time last night ahead of the inaugural derby between the Giants and the Swans. Demetriou is convinced all codes can thrive in the Harbour City. Of course, we believe we're the greatest sport on the planet The night featured a tribute to the late Demons legend Jim Stynes with the AFL promising to continue his charity work. The winless Eels are unlikely to risk injured fullback Jarryd Hayne in tonight's 'Battle of the West' against the Panthers at Parramatta Stadium. It's likely he'll be given another week to overcome a knee problem but inspirational skipper Nathan Hindmarsh is expected to overcome a hip injury. In tonight's other game, the Broncos do battle with the Rabbitohs in Perth. Australia's swim team for the London Olympics at the completion of the trials in Adelaide. with sisters Cate and Bronte Campbell finishing first and second in the 50 metres freestyle. They're set to become the first siblings in 40 years to swim for Australia at an Olympics. We wish them all the best. Great story and great way to finish the trials. The family tree. Yes, they will be cheering. Let's go to today's weather. We are finding Grant having a lot of fun. Where am I? Tip of Cape York? Maybe off Darwin? No, I'm at Tackle Show, I have forgotten the name. I have been remembering it Darwin? No, I'm at the Tinnie and

morning, it has been rolling off the name. I have been remembering it all tongue, the 4 by 4 tinny and tackle show in Brisbane, three days, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Look at this. Even you could catch one here Beretts. That easy? Yes, it is like catching fish in a super tank, yes! It is where you get the tips on how to throw a road in which is apparently in the wrist and these are Australia's best barramundi. Any questions on fishing are Australia's best trained will be answered all weekend. Let's look at other footage. Wow. Earlier on, we jumped on board a couple of crazy eskies that were motorised, have a look, tents, tackles, caravans, tinies, gadgets, 4 by 4s, watch out for the wall, Wilco. Demoes, things to do and try. It's dangerous. But you know what? It's the best fun you'll have as well. The 4 by 4 tinny and tackle show. You'd Be crazy to miss it. Here we go, guys. Let's look at the forecast. by the LED Super Sale Sunrise Weather brought to you at Beacon Lighting. and more, Super savings on LED lights, fans with 30% off your second item. You know what your cold tinies need? They need speed. It helps with everything. Look at the most outrageously awesomest eskies. Check out the top speed! Wow! See you in half an hour! How do you stop? Need a drink after that. Goodbye! is counting the cost Queensland's Sunshine Coast of another flash flood. in some areas yesterday. More than 380mm fell among the hardest hit suburbs. in January. It came up a foot more than it did people caught in the flash flooding. Specialist fire crews had to rescue along the coast. Evacuation centres were also opened caught by surprise, didn't they? Laura, a lot of people seemed to get Ly, Kochie. Everyone is saying just how quickly this happened. Businesses that were inundated they had water above their knees in Businesses that were inundated said less than an hur. People who have owned businesses here for 20 years say they have never seen anything like this. Swift-water rescue crews were deployed yesterday to rescue people from homes and businesses. People had to be rescueed from their cars because they were caught out how fast the water rose. We can see behind you the water has Any idea of the extent of the behind you the water has dropped. damage? Still trying to piece it together. This of just 12 hours ago. At this stage, together. This of course unfolded SES is saying 200 property have some sort of water damage. They received 500 calls for help and local roads were closed. It unfolded 500 calls for help and around 80 around peak hour, people were caught trying to get home, driving through floodwater and those cars are still abandoned here on the streets. Hannah, to you at the Weather Channel. Queensland seems to have been battered virtually every day for the past two weeks. Is it going to continue or is the wild weather going to start to recede? It has been a massive couple of weeks of rain fall for Queensland. In the north over half a metre of rainfall in just the last week and south eastern Queensland copping it for the last 24 hours. We have still got a bit of patchy rain, but a lot of the heavy rain has moved offshore. All severe weather warnings have been cancelled. Wide spread flooding for the eastern parts of been cancelled. Wide spread river

the state but the onshore wind will maintain fine conditions for the weekend so the situation is definitely improving. Good news, thank you for that, ladies. his first night Malcolm Naden has spent in Goulburn's supermax prison. for nearly seven years Naden was on the run early yesterday until police captured him near Gloucester. in a remote location of serious crimes including murder. He's been charged with a string Edwina Bartholomew is in Goulburn. Sunrise correspondent are coming out about his arrest. Edwina, some more details Yes, Nat, specifically what led police to this particular location. We know they had We know they had been monitoring the bushland to the west of Gloucester for some time, having learned Malcolm Naden used the same place for some time, having learned that more than once and used

tracks so they had hidden motion more than once and used the same

censors in the area. At 7 p.m. Wednesday night it went off. They knew it was human activity, not an animal because of the way he moving. So they launched the animal because of the way he was operation. They had intended to launch at 2am but when they were there, he walked out of the front and lit a cigarette. It was the police dog Chuck, who bit him on the leg. Those wounds were evident as he

hobbled around Taree police station. We are hearing more how he Sydney daily tell Graf carries the We are hearing more how he reacted. words, "Yes, I am Malcolm Naden." words, "

After he was asked by police officer. We are hearing reports he said, "Thank God, I've had enough." said, "

After nearly seven years on the run. He arrived here at 10 p.m. He arrived here at 10 p.m., his next court appearance, April 24 gtd but it can be by video link so no need for him to leave. I'm joined And for more on Naden's arrest Commissioner, Andrew Scipione. by the New South Wales Police Good morning. Tell us how big the operation was? It was an enormous operation, one that had stretched on for quite some time and we had a lot of resources there. Any time you put that many people ino the bush for period of over three month you know this is big. How much of sense of frustration was this for you? A loan gunman alluded police, not only -- elude police for seven years and for three month in the same area. I don't know we were frustrated. We knew we would get him. It was a time. I had complete confidence in knew we would get him. It was a of the police doing their job. They were the best of the best. It has proven to be the case, if you look at the outcome we saw yesterday. I don't think we were frustrated. We were keen to get him into custody. Why do you think you didn't get him earlier? It was a combination of things. He is a master bushman, there is some conjecture on that, anyone who can live in that area for six years and survive has got to be good at it. But if you combine the terrain, it was a very roughly wooded area, along with the everything goes against being able wooded area, along with the weather, to simply walk into a location and to simply walk into a location and arrest

arrest someone. So it was a combination of it all. Is it the most expensive police operation enyour history? Have you got a price to put on it No, I haven't got a price, I wouldn't think it would be. We have run enormous operations everything from an APEC conference to an international youth day. This wouldn't be near it. Thank you for your time, Andrew Scipioni. Thanks, Nat. your time, Andrew Scipioni. . There's been mixed reaction The taxpayer-funded package will see Holden commit to another decade in Australia and the production of two new models. But critics say the car industry isn't the only struggling sector good morning. Tony, the Prime Minister says

the Holden deal is a "co-investment". But aren't we really talking about a bailout? What is the difference? I think when you get $ you get $1 billion

you get $1 billion for Holden invested in Australia, it is a big part of the coinvestment. It is not just about the people who work for Holden. There is a whole components industry across South Australia and Victoria, medium businesses, small businesses who are rerilnt on Holden being here for them running their businesses. This agreement doesn't only make sure they've got security in their dealings with Holden, it actually opens up some world markets for them. For a lot of small and medium-sized businesses, it gives security in what is a difficult time. There is no doubt we are not just talking about the people employed in the factory but where do you draw the line. The criticism came out immediately, what about retail, tourism, farmers difficult times. Where do you spend the money It is a very good retail, tourism, farmers in

question, Mel. Of course, we all welcome further investment General Motors in Australia, $ welcome further investment from General Motors in Australia, $1 billion, but I have deep, deep reservation about handing to one company nearly, over quarter of a billion $ in taxpayers money. That company is 50% owned by foreign government. It is government. It is not like thait have got the pock tsz to invest. The -- pockets to invest. The is it a good use of a quarter of a million dollars in taxpayers money. -- pockets to invest. The question,

What about the businesses in Queensland, say, that have hit by the Australian Queensland, say, that have been hard Joe, is it a good use of the money? We don't know. That is the point. hit by the Australian dollar.

That's why we have said we would get the productivity commission to have a good look at the motor vehicle industry and have a good look at these sorts of subsidies, because, quite frankly, there is a dramatic lack of transparency in lack of transparency in the allocation of quarter of a billion of of taxpayers money. You mentioned Queensland, Tony, the election is on. Every poll is saying Anna Bligh is in for a thuming, they are it is a reflection of the Prime is in for a thuming, they are saying Minister? I don't think even would be arguing that one. It is a tough election in front of us in Minister? I don't think even Joe

Queensland tomorrow. No Queensland tomorrow. No doubt about that. But you only have to watch the debates to see they are arguing about state issues, it it is tough election, I hope it doesn't end up with Campbell Newman being given the blank cheque. Well, it is 100 days until the carbon tax starts. Let me tell you that isn't on the minds of Queenslanders. But Campbell Newman will be an outstanding premier of Queensland. He is decisive, he is firm, he is honest. The mud that has been thrown at him during this campaign has been outrageous. It has been the grubbiest political campaign I have ever seen by Labor Party throwing add Campbell campaign I have ever seen by the Newman. Tim Nickels will fantastic treasurer, great back Newman. Tim Nickels will be benchers like Saxon Rice who will hopefully knock off Malcolm Fraser. With that talent pool they will be a great government for Queensland. Queensland needs a change for 20 years. That was an impressive sales pitch. After 20 years, surely enough is enough. What it will do, Anna Bligh misled the Queenslanders after the last election about privatisation, I think the same baseball bat is waiting for Julia Gillard on the carbon tax. We will see what this weekend holds. Alright, thank you so much for joining us, appreciate it. Have a good weekend. Andrew O'Keefe will cohost week Sunrise live tomorrow and on Sunday. All the best Queensland election coverage and a happening. Here is Kochie. complete wrap of everything Former footballer Jason Akermanis has been dumped by a radio station following comments he made about AFL legend Jim Stynes. In an explosive radio interview Aker questioned the outpouring of grief over Stynes's passing. It was like he was some kind of demi god or something. Jim was no saint. His outburst drew widespread condemnation. Akermanis has since apologised. I'm really sorry to any hurt or ill feeling. I just didn't say what I wanted to say very well and I can't apologise enough. The Brownlow medallist said he was referring to Stynes's nasty competitive streak. Let's bring in the Wilsons. Jim is in Adelaide. And Bec is in Sydney. Good morning to you both. Bec, Akermanis is never far from controversy Do we just say he is a boofhead and move on? I can certainly move from anything Aker says because it is not worth regarding but the thing move on? I can certainly move on

about Jason Akermanis, he puts himself up as a media personality and he should be respected for his comments, given he was a great AFL player but the point is, enough is enough. He shouldn't be in the media, he has no sense of self editing. We all know if you can't edit yourself, you shouldn't be doing this job. Honestly, I think he was way out of line. It doesn't matter how many simpering apologies, the e-mail came through on my last night, I thought, stop it, it is enough. We are going to stop it the e-mail came through on my phone

too. Tomorrow night, AFL season kicks off, Greater Western Sydney debuting against the Swans in a split round. Who you going for? I am going for the Swans, sorry, Mely. I think the Swans will win, after a great launch, well done to the AFL, they brought the launch on the road to the Sydney Town Hall, who would have thought the stand alone round one would be two Sydney teams in rugby league heart land. The rugby one would be two Sydney teams in a league are throwing everything at it, 3 big games on the weekend, starting with Penrith Parramatta. But the boys will be with me tomorrow night, they will get 35,000, 40,000 fan but I think the Swans will be too good for the new team. Winning quarters rather than winning entire matches. I had Tony sheens saying there will be 88 quarters and they will count how many quarters they will win, because they won't win matches. It is a massive investment and it is done well by the AFL. My bug bear, they should have the had the launch with the Opera House or something more Sydney, not the poky old Town Hall, there you go. And the swimming trials capped off by the Campbell sisters. Just wonderful pictures. Crown what, Kochie? The moment of the championship, James Magnussen is great, and Stephanie Rice but these two girls, Cate Campbell touched the wall and she touched the wall and was, " was, "My God, my sister, Bronte is on the team." It was priceless, raw emotion, she was more concerned with her sister. 44 athletes have been named for London. Bec, that is what we love about sport. It just makes me cry to look at them, so good. Those girls are gorgeous. You watch the girls go in London. They will win a bucketload of gold medals, along with James Magnussen, go the chicks, the girls are fantastic. OK, guys, have a great weekend. Can I just say, AFL, in the last six years, player participation in New South Wales has more than doubled. Gone from 60,000 to 130,000, I think it is great, the

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