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(generated from captions) Racism row explodes - sponsor slurs Aborigines and Asians. footy in crisis after a major get out of jail in just two years. what Schapelle Corby needs to do to Plus schoolgirl video scandal... all around the world. It's helping girls and men Now the warning for other teens. Also Kate gets waxed. immortalised in Madame Tussauds. The Duchess and Prince William And the Beatles reloaded - to reform the band, their sons' plans on Thursday 5 April 2012. # Get back # Get back belonged. # # Get back to where you once this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Good morning. A Beatles comeback of any kind of any middle-aged, balding man. is enough to warm the heart And Kochie is no exception. , See, they should be playing, here

comes the Sundays, famous beatle. What do you reckon? Would they do it? What happens if they don't up to the expectations? That's the it? What happens if they don't live only risk.? only risk.

Exactly right. Imagine if they did it and it didn't work. If they could play alongside - well that made sense. Play alongside the survivoring dads. Get Paul there, playing in it, Ringo, two sets of drums like it would be great. Anyhow, sorry, national. Coming up - baloney mass index? on just how fat we really are. Claims we've all been conned But for now it's news time with Nat. Good morning. drug smuggler Schappelle Corby Freedom is in sight for convicted Human Rights Ministry recommended after Indonesia's Justice and her sentence be cut in half. Her family are now waiting who has the final say on her fate. hopefully it's true. Excited about the news, We just want her to come home. admission of guilt from Schapelle, The early release could hinge on an has previously refused to do. something the 34-year-old Melbourne Football Club has deepened The racism crisis engulfing the making a series of slurs after its major sponsor admitted to and Julia Gillard. against Aborigines, Asians, women has reportedly admitted EnergyWatch boss Ben Polis of offensive remarks on Facebook. to making dozens for the Demons It follows a week of drama was falsely accused after coach Mark Neeld differently. of treating indigenous players I just want to move on. pretty stressful for me. The last 48 hours have been taking legal action. Neeld says he hasn't considered will find out today The embattled Health Services Union of Australia's peak union body whether it's been booted out of financial mismanagement. over allegations former and current HSU officials Fair Work Australia has investigated over alleged credit card misuse. It's referred the matter of Public Prosecutions. to the Commonwealth Director The heart of this case of thousands of dollars is the fact that hundreds of union money, members' money not on any view have been regarded was spent on purposes which could of the union. as being for the purposes Unions will today decide The Australian Council of Trade whether to suspend the HSU. a tough budget, And the Treasurer has talked up a surplus next month renewing promises to deliver in Sydney's west. while at a community cabinet meeting Australia's economic growth Wayne Swan says out of the red. depends on getting finances in this region What we are going to see is a period of very strong growth, opportunity to create more wealth which gives Australia a great and to spread it around our economy, if we take the right decisions. will be cut in coming months 1,500 federal bureaucrat jobs in its spending. as the Government tries to reign The National Broadband Network a financial disaster is shaping up to be spending expert. according to a public Institute of Public Administration President of the Australian Percy Allan says the $36 billion network of the Labor Government could be the downfall because of a lack of consultation. fails to attract customers, If the expensive network a party of 'waste and extravagance'. he says Labor will be rebranded as during a surf lifesaving competition A teenager who died on the Sunshine Coast today. will be farewelled competing in an under-15 board race Matthew Barclay drowned while Championships at Kurrawa Beach. at the Australian Surf Life Saving of the livesaving community Family, friends and members will attend this morning's service. to a packed house in London And Kylie Minogue has performed of her Anti Tour. for the third and final show die-hard British fans The pint sized popstar delighted with rare album tracks and B-sides. Well, how old were we when? listening to her at first, Like five, six when we were so yeah we have grown up with her. I think. She's a really positive role model, in the music industry. Kylie is celebrating 25 years She must love it when she hears that - not. the exorcists. Ahead this morning - ridding toddlers of demons. The Christian sect But now here's Kochie. In finance news: It was down over 170 points at one stage. Markets not reacting well to Ben Bernanke, his comments to Federal Reserve. He said he Federal Reserve. He said he doesn't Ben Bernanke, his comments to the see any more need for stimulus in the US economy. It sent the US dollar up, sent the Aussie down. European markets down as well, the European central bank decided to keep their interest rates on hold at keep their interest rates on hold at 1%

1%. To our region Look at that gold price, it is down to $1619. That's down about $ to $

to $1619. That's down about $50 overnight. The oil price is up a couple of bucks. Commodities down. Look at the currency, $ Look at the currency, $1. Look at the currency, $1.02 against the US on the cross rates it's still pretty steady. Well, yesterday, Australia recorded a trade deficit of $ a trade deficit of $480 million in February, following an upwardly revised deficit of $ revised deficit of $971 million in Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. Morning. January. It's disappeared overnight. Important, I don't think we have to hit the panic buttons just yet. You have to have hit the panic buttons just yet. You have realise timing of the Chinese new year, that has had a bit of a volatile effect on the data. So, it's not great news overall but I guess from an investor's perspective, it won't alleviate any concerns that China is slowing down. In addition to that, I guess less incomes flowing into Australia. You would like to see that turn very, very quickly. In addition to that, it's not going to be great would like to see that turn around

news for the government in achieving their surplus. Less income means less taxes so that surplus could get pushed out even further. Why they are fixate odd a surplus at a time like that. Yeah, that's a good point. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Thanks, Kochie. Good morning. Brisbane coach Michael Voss has urged his young Lions in tonight's clash against AFL heavyweights Carlton at the Gabba. Voss admits it's a great chance for his side to showcase its ability in front of a national television audience. We've got to go about showing people what we do stand for and what type of footy that we want to play. Brett Ratten will be coaching his 100th senior game for the Blues. The action's live on Seven and 7mate. Check your local guides. Rabbitohs flier Greg Inglis has set his sights on dethroning former team-mate Billy Slater as the best fullback in rugby league. Inglis has given Souths an added attacking dimension since shifting to the back. And in a big boost for the Bunnies, the Queensland Origin star says he's keen to extend his contract and deliver an NRL premiership to long-suffering Souths fans. Australia has collected a gold and two silver medals on night one of the World Track Cycling Championships in Melbourne. The gold came in the men's team sprint with the Aussies too strong for France. It took a world record from Germany to defeat Anna Meares and Kaarle McCullough in the women's team sprint. And it was a similar story in the men's team pursuit taken out by Great Britain. There's nothing better than the gold medal that you didn't expect, the mens medal that you didn't expect, the mens team sprint was exactly that. Well done to the Well done to the team, just sensational. They won by 1,000 of a second. Didn't the coach say they were a work in progress? They weren't expected to win It's all over the weekend. Yeah, Hisense Arena in Melbourne. Thank you, Beretts. Grant is getting into the spirit of Easter. Can you smell it? Can you taste it? You know I like to tease you first thing in the morning so I'm not going to give anything away about where I am or anything - yeah. Thanks, thank you. It's hot cross ones I suppose. Thank you forgiving it a way. I was going to surprise them. I guess you know what we're doing, let's look at the forecast. Sunrise Weather brought to you by the half-price sale at Beacon Lighting where your second pendant lamp or outdoor light is half price. Fine at Rockhampton. Partly cloudy for Bundaberg. 25 and sunny for Toowoomba. Brisbane, mostly sunny. A possible shower on the Gold Coast. Mostly sunny for Broken Hill. Fine at Newcastle. Sydney, mostly sunny. Early fog and sunshine for Canberra. Sunny at Wagga Wagga. Fog at Warrnambool. Sunny in Bendigo and Melbourne. Cloud clearing at Launceston. Adelaide, fine and 32. Late cloud increasing at Port Lincoln. Showers later in Ceduna. 37 at Katherine. Darwin, the chance of an afternoon shower. And in Western Australia, showers in Albany. Perth, morning showers easing. Partly cloudy at Kalgoorlie. 36 and sunny at Karratha. Fine for Carnarvon. Take a bite out of Easter this morning. You are going to love it. The favourite hot cross ones recipes. We will talk about it. We have a lot of debate at this table about hot cross buns. Just keep the debate going. You are have going to have 12 eight o'clock, eight o'clock,. See you soon. You are have going to have 12 before Still to come - the new no-go zones for kids on one of the world's biggest airlines. And we're not talking first class - this is in economy. But next, Kate and William immortalised in wax. The royal couple take pride of place in Madame Tussauds famous museum. with an announcement that will blow your mind. # Baby you light up my world like nobody else. # One Direction are coming to Sunrise. # Get up, get up Their Aussie tour sold out in three minutes. Now they're heading to Australia's number one breakfast show. One Direction, next week on Sunrise. The traditional gift for a first wedding anniversary is paper but Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge will have to settle for wax. Madame Tussauds has unveiled new replicas of the couple in London, to mark one year since the royals' nuptials. Frances Read reports. , The final touches are being made but unlike their wedding, the Duchess of Cambridge isn't having to do her make up. They have been recreated since the day of their engagement Cambridge isn't having to do her own

when they were still Will and Kate. Despite the fact they are made wax, they are getting as much attention as the real royals. Despite the fact they are made of

These wax figures have been made in time for the couple's first wedding anniversary. They have taken four months to complete and in particular, it's the douchees who has would youed the critics. In this lunch time queues around the block to see them. They looked real. Excellent, very good. Very realistic. Couldn't be better. Too thin for my liking. There is always pressure us to get figures right. I suppose in case the figures are suppose figures right. I suppose in this they are the royals and because of case the figures are suppose because who they who Theron going to get a lot more attention and interest, so, there is that little bit more pressure. Catherine's has an act copy of the dress she was wearing when the engagement was announced and a painstaking recreation of the ring. In total it has cost $ In total it has cost $150,000 to make the couple. Each individual hair on their heads inserted one by one. They now stand next to their royal relatives while other of the couple are on show in New York and Amsterdam. royal relatives while other versions

$ York and Amsterdam. $150 grand. It's expensive to do. Yes. Of course, Kate's elegant style is winning her followers around the globe. Is it a stuff, on the the world's top fashion globe. Is it a stuff, on the list of the world's top fashion icons. Find out later She is classy though. Also coming up - footy's racism row deepens after a major sponsor admits to slurring Aboriginies and Asians. And, Bond shock. Why James Bond as we know him, is about to undergo a massive change. When you're in a Telstra T-Bundle, you can get a T-Box to pause and record free-to-air TV and rent from thousands of BigPond movies. Plus 200GB high-speed broadband. And family calls benefit with unlimited voice calls in Australia between four mobiles on your account. Build your connected home with Telstra. Telstra T-Bundles - value that stacks up. by the half-price sale at Beacon Lighting where your second pendant lamp or outdoor light is half price. Footy's racism row is making news this Sunrise. The Melbourne Football Club's major sponsor has admitted to making a series of offensive remarks on Facebook. The 'Herald Sun' says Ben Polis, chief executive and co-owner of EnergyWatch, has admitted attacking Aborigines, Asians, women and Prime Minister Julia Gillard. One of his slurs was against Demons' indigenous player Liam Jurrah. Alongside a doctored image of Jurrah, The Demons board held a crisis meeting last night to discuss sponsorship. It says it's extremely concerned with the allegations We'll have more details on this story after 7:00. , Three Adelaide schoolgirls have sparked outrage after a crude video appeared online. In the video, the girls offer to perform sexual services for money. It's helping girls and men all around the world because we stop men from raping girls because they already have that pleasure. The clip was taken down but not before it was viewed by almost 5,000 people. The girls involved have been suspended and the case referred to the police. The video was filmed near a memorial dedicated to former student Carly Ryan who was seduced and murdered by a man she met over the internet. We'll speak with Carly's mum after 7:00. But in the meantime, tell us what you think of the video? Young girls think it's funny at the time, it's so far from that. Year 9 girls. They just go off the planet. I was on a council of my daughters' schools. The first year they had a problem in year 9, second year, I was on the council, problem in year 9. Year 9, every year, with girls is just silly mistakes. Great. They don't think. Everyone gets in a group and eggs each other on, they think it's funny. Have they thought about this? Also making news - Bond, James Bond. It's been revealed, the current 007, played by Daniel Craig, will order a beer instead of his famous vodka martini No!. Why? The decision comes after Heineken USA signed a deal to be in the film. We reckon this is a sell-out. Who could buy out James Bond? Tell us if you think this is a sell out. The watch company, the car company. They are traditional things. I am sorry, that would be like him rocking up in a family sedan. He drinks Martinis. He dates hot women. That's just Bond. He has switched from as tin Martin to He has switched from as tin Martin

BRw because of a car like this. He could order the beer for somebody else. " else. "buy that guy a beer while I drink a March keeny. Can you get his parents on the phone? You know them. We want to know your thoughts on birthday cakes, our director, Paul celebrated his birthday when Paul went upstairs after the show to cut his cake and that was - his cake and that was - lovingly went upstairs after the show to cut baked by a sun Ryan correspondent. We were about to start the happy birthday song as we always doing for everybody together. That's what we saw. The cake had been anybody willed at. Who did it? The one and only Mark Beretta. Seagull Cup The cake had been presented, it's presented to the birthday person which is a great tradition. So it's theirs. which is a great tradition. So it's theirs. Then It's Ouattara on a public pedestal. It's open to people. Doesn't the birthday person get the first piece Doesn't the birthday person get the first piece Is that Of course it's that. I don't think it is. When you cut the birthday cake Who cut the cake. Our tradition for Sunrise is that the cake goes up to the office. We then all sing happy birthday, the recipient cuts the cake, kisses the closest boy or girl if the knife is dirty and then cut up the cake and give to everybody. When you were putting the knife in and no-one had cut that cake. Did you not think something was wrong with this picture. To a point. Did the guilt not get to you then. Hunger Did the guilt not get to you then. Hunger obviously did. The cake was out to be eaten. It's presented, right, and then it's handed around to people. By who, by the captain. Yes, yes Was the cake handed to you. To you, like the No. It was on the table. To you, like the Cup. Three against one. Let us know just how wrong Mark Beretta is on that this morning. It's open slather. Time to break with tradition. The news headlines are next. Plus the codeword to score your share, of our Easter Eggstravaganza. We have another $20,000 on the line. Then, the best of the box office. Your Easter movie guide. Sklar We are a time First some developing news - a man is missing after an explosion at a house south-east of Melbourne this morning. The Berwick home went up in flames after an explosion in the garage. Two men were in the house at the time. Convicted Australian drug smuggler Schapelle Corby after Indonesia's Justice Ministry backed calls for an early release because of her fragile mental state. Schapelle could be back on Australian soil as early as 2014. We've been waiting over two years so hopefully a decision will be made soon. The decision could hinge on an admission of guilt, which the 34-year-old has previously refused to do. Social media experts are warning teenagers to be careful about what they post online after a video of three Adelaide schoolgirls offering sexual favours was posted on YouTube. It received more than 10,000 hits before it was removed yesterday. It's a wake-up call for schools around Australia for the need to monitor across social media. The three students and two others who helped make the video have been suspended. A Queensland family that lost 11 members in a house fire will move into their rebuilt home today. Premier Campbell Newman will hand over the keys to surviving relatives at a special ceremony in Brisbane. 11 members of the Taufa and Lale families were killed when fire gutted their home at Slacks Creek in August last year. More than 40 building and construction companies donated supplies to help rebuild their home. Charges have been laid against the self-proclaimed mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. along with four alleged accomplices for the planning and execution of the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in the US in 2001. The trial will be held at the US naval base in Guantanamo Bay. The US Defense Department says if found guilty, all five of the men could face the death penalty. A powerful British warship has left port bound for the disputed Falkland Islands, aggravating an already tense relationship with Argentina. Royal naval destroyer HMS 'Dauntless' has been deployed on a 6-month mission to the region as both countries mark 30 years since the 74-day Falklands war. Argentina's president says the deployment poses a grave risk but Britain says it's simply protecting its own interests. Six months after running aground off New Zealand's North Island, the broken stern of the 'Rena' has sunk. Maritime New Zealand confirmed the sinking after flying over the wreck. The 'Rena's bow remains lodged on the reef, where it ran aground in early October. Authorities are monitoring for further oil leaks. Ben Bernanke said he didn't see any need for any more stimulus in the US economy. That has upset investors. Europe really had an ugly night as well. The European Central Bank kept their interest rates at 1% their interest rates at 1%. Why has the export boom gone? The commodities crunched overnight. Time for sport with Beretts. NRL boss David Gallop is refusing to guarantee the future of the Gold Coast Titans despite the cash-strapped club's sale of its troubled Centre of Excellence. Titans boss Michael Searle believes the sale is a huge step towards securing the club's long-term viability. But Gallop is not convinced. The extent to which this assists the level of indebtedness in the footy club is not clear to us at this stage. Searle is also caught up in another controversy with a company he created going into receivership with a million-dollar debt. Carlton coach Brett Ratten insists he won't be underselling the Lions when Round 2 of the AFL gets underway tonight at the Gabba. The Blues have gone with the same line-up that dominated Richmond last week but they're bracing for a much tighter contest. Lions coach Michael Voss wants his young side to show the AFL world what they're capable of. The game's live on Seven and 7mate. Brisbane Roar remains winless in the Asian Champions League after playing out a 1-1 draw with Ulsan Hyundai in Korea last night. Jamie Fitzgerald put the visitors in front but they suffered a major blow when Matthew Jurman was dismissed shortly after the break. Ulsan missed the subsequent penalty but they kept pressuring the 10-man Roar and came up with an equaliser. , Great night for Australia at the cycling championss. Round 2 of the AFL kicks off tonight with AFL kicks off tonight with boat of girls and boy, bagging the Blues. The girl liked the Hogs. We are backing the Bulldogs but the girls are tipping the rat owe. We are in agreement on all the other games. The other way around. I have no idea what's going on. The girls are one in front and starting to stretch that lead. Not only are there, Sandra, even my 2 year old nephew knows knows that the first bit of cake goes to the birthday person. I thought you cut the cake and offer anyone a piece. You didn't offer anyone a piece. You just shoved it in your gob. You just shoved it in your gob. You cut the cake. You cut it. Exact A, United States. Presented, all Exact A, United States. Presented, Exact A, United States. Exact A, United Exact A, your honour, he is about cut the cake and someone takes the knife to him. He had to work, remember. Exact A, your honour, he is about to

This is going on all morning. Let's go to the weather, grant, hello again. That is a gaolable offence. Who takes a piece of cake before the birthday boy has cut it. We have had to come to an entire bakery to replace the piece that you, Beretts, took from our director Paul's cake. That should cover your chunk. We are at a bakery but for a specific reason. Today is the biggest day for bakers right around the country bar none. The today is the day most Australians buy their hot cross buns. So, we thought we would to the place that cooks more than buns. So, we thought we would come anywhere. 98 million will be sold. - 54 million will be sold hot cross buns. That's 98,000 per store alion. So these guys have been up working around the clock, just to get the job done. We thought we would come down here and see them come off the oven hot and fresh. That's them there. Look at this. Beretts, shut your eyes. Are you allowed to put your hands this there. I can't even get it out. Come on strong man. Look at that. Yum! Look at that. Yum!. You know what I've always wanted to do, a bit of Yes, I had to do that. Ben, there is a new mix this year. It's true, we have got our new mix with all fruit and no artificial colours. We have got the spicyest one yet but a lot more benefits. You have won some awards? The bakers around the country have won several awards. We got a silver in the Shepparton show. Fair dinkum, congratulations, tasty. Let's look at the Sunrise Weather brought to you by the half-price sale at Beacon Lighting where your second pendant lamp or outdoor light is half price. A front is bringing brisk winds and showers to south-west WA. Troughs are generating thunderstorms over the country's western and central interior and are allowing unseasonably warm air to linger over much of the country. Mostly sunny in Brisbane. Possible showers tomorrow. Sydney, sunny and 26. Sunshine tomorrow and showers for the rest of the week. Fog and sunshine in Canberra. Sunny tomorrow. Showers clearing with some cloud on the weekend. Mostly sunny on Monday. Melbourne, sunny and 28. A late cool change with showers tomorrow. Partly cloudy on Saturday. Showers on Sunday and Monday. A fine day in Hobart. Rain later tomorrow. Showers continuing until next week. Adelaide, mostly sunny and 32. A few showers tomorrow. Partly cloudy for the rest of the week. Morning showers easing in Perth. Sunshine tomorrow and until Monday. Possible showers in Darwin this afternoon, and 33. Showers tomorrow and until next week. 18% more - what are those things called again? Sultanas, watch Wash the xwun-omatic. It goes in as called again? Sultanas, watch this. a big chunk. Give it a bit after twist and how's your father? Look at that. They sell so many, if you put them side by side, they stretch from Byron boy, Byron boy Byron them side by side, they stretch from buy bay to Cottesloe in Western Australia. I was just thinking the machine is really retro. Let's give away some Here's the next codeword for our Easter Eggstravaganza: Now call 1902 55 77 07 and follow the prompts or SMS your full name and address with the codeword to 19 777 077. And stay watching because there's more cash to give away after 7:00. When we come back - worse than going to war - the students out of control and putting lives at risk. Now the bus driver who's had enough. And Australia's property bargains. The towns where you can still find a home for under $185,000. One Direction, next week on Sunrise Mostly sunny in Brisbane today looking through the Jetstar skycam. A top of 28 degrees. A Queensland bus driver is warning student violence could cost lives if it isn't stamped out. 69-year-old Paul Crick-Lyon is currently on stress leave following two attacks by students in his bus on the same day. A camera he installed in his vehicle recorded this incident. Paul says he wants to make people aware of what's happening before it's too late. Paul joins me now. Good morning. , You are trying to drive a bus you have that going on behind you. Are you shocked by the amount of You are trying to drive a bus and

violence you are seeing? Yes, it has been getting worse progressively. For quite some time now. All right. Tell me, because I understand you served in the British Army, you know, you've seen a lot in your life. Is this just completely staggering? Well, I'll - I - one of the things that I became aware of was when was in the British Army, I actually that I became aware of was when I went on a what they call an active mission in Brunei in Borneo. mission in Brunei in born we were issued with live ammunition. We had to go out and shoot at people. I was frightened at that time. But I wasn't anywhere near as frightened as I was by the situation that I find happening in the bus behind me every day. So what do you do about it? Who have you spoken about it, what is the response from the bus company. I'm hoping the bus company will take it up with the department? Well, I too hope that they are going to take it up. I've had some response from the company in so far as support and counselling and stuff like that. Which is all very well but what really needs to have happen, is somebody - some super advise happen, is somebody - some super happen, is somebody - some soup spice or somebody like ta to take the responsibility from the driver. I have a very difficult job driving around the streets where the traffic is sometimes promlematical and keep control of the kids in the back of the bus. When you get fights going, where girls and boys are hitting each other and each other and running around the bus, the constant thing that worries me. If I am driving around at the normal road speed, I have to hit the brakes, if I have people on their feet and running up and down the passageway, all of those kids are going to come down to the front of the bus and if I hit the brakes they are going to get hurt. There is the bus and if I hit the brakes and no two ways about that that will happen, even if I just mildly touch the brakes, kids fall down. They are worried about drivers with normal distractions. None of us that have. Leave it with us, Paul, we are going to going to try and find out what is the next step. Security guards is your recommendations. Thank you for sharing your story with us this morning. OK, thank you. The surf life saving community will join friends and family at a funeral today to farewell Matthew Barclay. The 14-year-old drowned while competing in the Australian Titles at Kurrawa Beach. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is at Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast, where the service will be held. Michelle, good morning. I imagine a big turn out is expected. Good morning, national, that is right. Good morning, national, that is Good morning, national, that Good morning, national, Good morning, Good morning national. I was just talking to the priest. He says they are expecting a couple of thousands people to attend and say good bye to say good bye to Matty Barclay. A huge crowd is expected from the surf lifesaving community and his school. He was dap tiesed in this church. He went to the primary school attached here and so, he is well known throughout the community. The club president, Tim Ryan said that should be about celebrating this president, Tim Ryan said that today young champion's life. The funeral starts here at 11 o'clock. starts here at 11 o'clock.. There will be a wake at the surf club for members as well as a barbeque on the beach for activities for the How are Matthew's family and friends begin to go cope with this? children.

Obviously it has been a devastating week for Donna and Stephen Barclay as well as his younger sister but the priest says they are coping remarkably well. He has Matty his whole life. He says the community is rallying around them to show them support. The parents say they don't blame anyone, in particularly not the organisers or the club officials. Any time someone goes into the ocean, there into the ocean, there is an element of risk. They have been overwhelmed by the support of strangers, friends, family and the entire surfing community who will surfing community who will turn out in force to say good bye to the young Tina who died doing what he loved. A tough day for everyone involved, thank you very much Michelle. If you thought property was getting out-of-reach, think again. The 43 cheapest locations in the country have been revealed and nothing's over $185,000. Lauren Cross from 'Australian Property Investor Magazine' has the list. Morning, Lauren. Where can we bag the biggest property bargains? Well, I've got some good news. property can be found right across the entire country. So, starting off Well, I've got some good news. Cheap

with in New South Wales, you can get a problem theretofore just $ a problem theretofore just $32, a problem theretofore just $32,500 which is obviously an bargain in this day and age. And in Victoria, $ this day and age. And in Victoria, $85,000 but still very $85,000 but still very cheap and then in Queensland, writs just $ then in Queensland, writs just $63,000 on average for a property. Obviously these areas are quite remote because they are small. They do have agriculture and in South Australia, we have got around $ Australia, we have got around $85,000. That's where Kleenex tissues are made. That's around 400ks from Adelaide. And in Western Australia, that's about 60K from the Kalgoorlie. Very cheap property. OK, by the look of it you need a of a tree change because they are in OK, by the look of it you need a bit country areas. What makes them good investment? I guess what we are saying, they are country areas. What makes them a

not necessarily great investments but they could be suitable for some people who don't want a big mortgage any more. Obviously at the moment, a lot of people are strubling with their mortgages, in capital cities haven't been that great. might be saying, where can I get haven't been that great. People into the property market. I will be able to make the repayments. Look carefully for jobs, a lot of other support issues you need to take into consideration. But, some good tips there, thank you, Lauren. Good to see Good to see you. No problem, thank News is coming up. Then, the schoolgirl prank that went so wrong. Now their video is in the hands of police. Plus, your first look at Katy Perry's new movie. She's in 3D. You're watching Sunrise this Thursday. Here's your Woolworths Fresh Market Update. At Woolworths, we're celebrating 25 years as the fresh food people with the local Woolies in-store bakery With the perfect perch. Why is it so good It has a mild flavour that can match a range of seasons It comes with our fresh or free guarantee. To ensure you don't overcook your perch, take it off the heat just as it turns, One Direction, next week on Sunrise Time for showbiz news. Nelson Aspen joins us. Katy Perry has a movie coming out and you have our first look? I do indeed. 'Katy Perry Part of Me'. It's a concert film and it's in 3-D so you are like going to the concert. It won't be out until July but why wait until July. We have a sneak peak right here. # You make me. Making these records are kind of like the truth of who I am. What makes me laugh and what make me makes me laugh and what make me cry. She knows what it's like to be those girls in the office. He says he wants to marry me You're going to marry me. Every single night is a whole new set of people. You have to remember that and be grateful. If you have a dream, you've got to go on a journo to fulfil that It looks good. Nelson, moving on, Ryan Gosling has another heroic moment in the streets of New York. What's he done? He's good at everything he does. We are just glad to have him here New York City. You might recall, he are just glad to have him here in broke up that street fight a few months ago with some calm wards and a $ a $20 and now, a British journalist is claiming she was crossing the street and you know, here you got to look left right left, we drive on arguably the wrong side of the road and she says she -. She almost got knocked over by a taxi. She is kind of like a British Lois Lane and thank heaven's, if you could only get Ryan Gosling to do something about the Occupy Wall Street against the New York police chief. He would be a hero. Now for the top stories this Sunrise. Racism row explodes - footy in crisis after a major sponsor slurs Aborigines and Asians. Shot at freedom - what Schapelle Corby needs to do to get out of jail in just two years. Plus schoolgirl video scandal... It's helping girls and men all around the world. Now the warning for other teens. Also Kate gets waxed. The Duchess and Prince William immortalised in Madame Tussauds. And the Beatles reloaded - their sons' plans to reform the band, on Thursday 5 April 2012. # Get back

# Get back to where you once belonged. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. Hello again. Also coming up, baloney mass index? Claims we've all been conned, on just how fat we really are. But for now it's news time with Nat. Schapelle Corby's family have welcomed the news the convicted drug smuggler could be home in two years time. The 34-year-old's fragile mental state will be taken into consideration when the Indonesian President makes his final decision on an early release. Seven years ago, Schapelle Corby was sentenced to two decades behind bars for smuggling marijuana into Bali. Since then she's struggled to cope with life inside the notorious Kerobokan Prison. MAN: Schapelle, how are you? Now finally she's been given a ray of hope after Indonesia's Justice Ministry recommended she be granted clemency and an early release. It's a boost too for her family. Excited about the news. Hopefully it's true. We just want her to come home. We've been waiting over two years so hopefully a decision will be made soon. The convicted drug smuggler, who's been battling severe mental illness, could be freed in two years if the plea is approved by President Susilo Bambang Yudihono. Australia's Foreign Minister was reluctant to comment on the situation. I know she's put a case for the clemency to the court. The Australian Government supported it. her case by commenting prematurely. I don't think we'd be helping There could be one thing of Schapelle's bid for freedom - standing in the way clemency after admitting guilt - prisoners are usually only granted has refused to do. something the 34-year-old are still trying to locate a man In developing news - police south-west of Melbourne missing after an explosion at a home this morning. to the Berwick residence Emergency services were called of the house, causing major damage. Fire soon spread to the rest One man escaped the blaze. to be told today The Health Services Union is likely of Australia's peak union body that it's been kicked out of financial mismanagement. over allegations Mia Greeves joins me now. Seven News political reporter such a drastic step? Mia, why are they taking Good morning, national, the head of the ACTU said that the allegations of the misuse of members' funds was so substantial they - a is suspension or Ex plulings was the only way to send a strong messages to the Health Services Union that it will not tolerate corporation. This meeting section meeting will not toll corruption, while the will not tolerate will not tolerate corporation. will not tolerate corporation. This

ACTU has said that those named Fair Work Australia in this report, ACTU has said that those named by are entitled to the presumption of innocence, it just couldn't ignore the 183 breaches of workplace laws. Now, from 2002 to 2007, the head of the Health Services Union was former - was current Labor - was current Labor MP Craig Thomson. He has always denied these allegations and maintains his innocence. National, another twist in the saga, the report that was repaired by Fair Work Australia was referred to the director of public prosecutions who has labelled it useless when it comes to making charges against any involved. Thank you, Mia. Melbourne Football Club has deepened The racism crisis engulfing the making a series of slurs after its major sponsor admitted to and Julia Gillard. against Aborigines, Asians, women has reportedly admitted EnergyWatch boss Ben Polis of offensive remarks on Facebook. to making dozens for the Demons It follows a week of drama was falsely accused after coach Mark Neeld differently. of treating indigenous players I just want to move on. pretty stressful for me. The last 48 hours have been taking legal action. Neeld says he hasn't considered on roads across this country Police are warning they'll be out this Easter break. in effect in New South Wales Double demerits are already and helmet offences. for speeding, seatbelt blitzing major roads In Victoria, officers will be and drink driving. as they target speeding wheel and to take plenty of rests. to think before they get behind the survey the damage in the Texas area Emergency crews are continuing to yesterday. after 13 tornadoes flattened homes Dallas-Fort Worth were damaged More than 100 aircraft at by chunks of baseball-sized hail. are still without power. 300 homes and businesses today Rescuers will search homes in Dallas to search for trapped residents. Coming up - the new fab four - to reunite the band. the plans for the Beatles' sons But first, here's Kochie. An awful night on because overnight. The do you down, that's reaction to Ben Bernanke, the boss of Ben Bernanke, the boss of the Federal Ben Bernanke, the boss of the

Federal Reserve saying that he didn't think the US economy needed any more stimulus. That any more stimulus. That is crunch commodity prices as well. European down. Let's take look and to our region yesterday. Gold. You know how commodities have been driving our economy. Has pushed us is it coming to an end? Yesterday we through the global financial crisis,

had our second trade deficit, monthly trade deficit in a row. This is back 2012001, global financial crisis, all the way through, commodity prices high. Now, last two months, slowing economy, slowing China. That is a bit of a worry for Australian investors at the moment. Commodity prices down, trade deficits being chalked up, means our currency comes under a bit of pressure as well. The Aussie dollar down. Here is Beretts with sport. Have you got any good news for us? has urged his young Lions Brisbane coach Michael Voss to stand up and be counted heavyweights Carlton at the Gabba. in tonight's clash against AFL for his side to showcase its ability Voss admits it's a great chance television audience. in front of a national what we do stand for We've got to go about showing people that we want to play. and what type of footy 100th senior game for the Blues. Brett Ratten will be coaching his and 7mate. The action's live on Seven Check your local guides. has set his sights Rabbitohs flier Greg Inglis Billy Slater on dethroning former team-mate in rugby league. as the best fullback an added attacking dimension Inglis has given Souths since shifting to the back. And in a big boost for the Bunnies - he's keen to extend his contract the Queensland Origin star says to long-suffering Souths fans. and deliver an NRL premiership and two silver medals Australia has collected a gold in the men's team sprint The gold came It took a world record from Germany and Kaarle McCulloch to defeat Anna Meares in the women's team sprint. in the men's team pursuit, And it was a similar story taken out by Great Britain. have taken one last chance Competitors at the US Masters to relax with their kids tomorrow at Augusta National. before the serious stuff begins both scored aces Thomas Bjorn and Mark Wilson a premature end due to wet weather. before the contest came to Byrd were declared joint winners Padraig Harrington and Jonathan has ever gone on but no winner of the par 3 contest to win the green jacket. Maybe this time around. Yes, there has to be a first. Let's check in with grant and get the weather. Benny, pull them out of the oven, 54 million hot cross buns are coming out today, yes. Woolly stores, they sell more than anyone all around the country at the moment. It's unbelievable so bakers like Ben have been up, trying to service it all. There is a little bit of glazing going on there, they have got more fruit in them. What dined of flavours have you got. dined of flavours have you got.? We have got our fruitless, mini milk chocolate for the kids, we have got cranberry white chocolate and the deck can't dark chocolate. I thought the piping was the hard

part but it's only flour and water. Speaking of heat and ovens. Unseasonally hot weather at moment, 38 in Alice Springs yesterday, all that hot weather will Unseasonally hot weather at the

start pushing down. Right down to Tasmania. They have got really unseasonally hot weather. We talking about maybe 25 degrees unseasonally hot weather. We are today, that's going to be the longest run of weather over 25 in history. So, hot weather for eastern states. That's absolutely history. So, hot weather for the for sure. So you are going to love it. Enjoy it while it last, gee, look what happened? Sunrise Weather brought to you by the half-price sale at Beacon Lighting where your second pendant lamp or outdoor light is half price. Fine at Rockhampton. Partly cloudy for Bundaberg. 25 and sunny for Toowoomba. Brisbane, mostly sunny. A possible shower on the Gold Coast. Mostly sunny for Broken Hill. Fine at Newcastle. Sydney, mostly sunny. Early fog and sunshine for Canberra. Sunny at Wagga Wagga. Fog at Warrnambool. Sunny in Bendigo and Melbourne.

Hobart, mostly sunny. Adelaide, fine and 32. Late cloud increasing at Port Lincoln. Showers later in Ceduna. 37 at Katherine. Darwin, the chance of an afternoon shower. And in Western Australia, showers in Albany. Perth, morning showers easing. Partly cloudy at Kalgoorlie. Fine for Carnarvon. Righto, you go Wilco, where you are going next? Don't. I'll go over here. We will see new half an hour and see if we actually get this. He has got me. Oh, you... has got me. Oh, you.... See Footy's racism row is heating up. The Melbourne Football Club's major sponsor has admitted to making a series of offensive remarks on Facebook including a racial slur against Demons' indigenous player Liam Jurrah. The Demons have already dealing with reports of racist recruiting practices and held a crisis meeting last night. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins us now from AFL House in Melbourne. Good morning. Take us through what's happened? Look, Kochy, this one is a real turn for the books. To my knowledge, for the first time every, we have got an AFL sponsorship deal in jeopardy because of racist comments made by the sponsor. We are talking about Ben Polis. He is a an entrepreneur, CEO and co-owner of EnergyWatch. They give the Melbourne Demons They give the Melbourne Demons about $ They give the Melbourne Demons about $2 million a year. These really offensive comments have been made on his Facebook page. He managed to insult Muslims, jews, aborigines, women, Asian, even the Prime Minister. There is no one he won't have a chop at here. Some of the stuff is gross. He made comment over Liam Jurrah arrest, over the attack in the Northern Territory. He said that was actually a good thing because it generated publicity for EnergyWatch. He made much worse comments saying what they thought was comments saying what they thought was team tattoos was in fact ring worm. He goes on to insult women sayinging it's really gross stuff. worm. He goes on to insult Asian

We probably don't want to go through all that. Has the club responded? He has responded. He did in a way apologise. He said he wanted to apologise to Liam Jurrah, in a sense made it worse as well. He isn't racist, he has an Asian cleaner. You have to go back a long way, 50 years to find people talking like this. The club obviously is very concerned. As you mentioned, they had the meeting last night and they say they are going to have a full investigation. OK. It's such a shame after the whole sporting world got behind Melbourne Football Club to whole sporting world got behind the commemorate Jim Stynes just only recently. Nick, thank you for that. Ye Schapelle Corby could be out of jail in just two more years. Indonesia's Justice Ministry has recommended her 20-year sentence be cut by half. They've argued for the reduction based on humanitarian grounds. The submission is now awaiting a final decision. Foreign affairs editors Keith Suter joins me. Keith, do you think she stands a good chance? This is encouraging. All the legal processes out of the way, now it's just simply a political decision. the one hand the President has said that he will not make any special just simply a political decision. On

deals for people involved in drug crimes and at the same time she is not admitted ever to committing the crime. So, you know, she is not saying " saying "look, I am sorry I committed the crime" on one hand she stood firm, from the President's point of view, the case has revealed the inadd was inadd was situates of mean criminal system. Secondly they don't want her to die in gaol. It's very bad for their image in terms of the Bali tourist industry so the President able to weigh up all the things that you can't really look at in a court tourist industry so the President is

setting and so he can make a political decision. So it's certainly very encouraging that the bureaucrats now operating through the political system saying she has served eight years. Perhaps release her at some point. She has deteriorated so much. We hear a lot about her mental state. Do you know how she is doing? As you would expect in a gaol, mean goals are not expect in a gaol, mean goals are expect in a gaol, mean goals expect in a gaol, mean expect in a gaol, expect in a gaol mean goals expect in a gaol mean indone eenction goals are not health resorts. Also, this must be weighing on the President's own mind that when she is eventually released, at some point, when people some point, when people are able to say she has been ruined by in this gaol. Does she have to say she has to Does she have to say she has to say she did it. No. She has made it quite clear, has made it clear I never commented the offence. That seems to add to No. She has made it quite clear, she

the this impression, certainly here in Australia, that she is innocent. Keith thank you so much this morning. Three Adelaide schoolgirls have sparked outrage after a crude video appeared online. In the video, the girls offer to perform sexual services for money. It's helping girls and men all around the world because we stop men from raping girls because they already have that pleasure. The clip was taken down but not before it was viewed by almost 10,000 people. The girls involved have been suspended and the case referred to the police. The video was filmed near a memorial dedicated to former student Carly Ryan Carly Ryan's mother, Sonya, became a social networking campaigner after the death of her daughter. She joins us from Adelaide. Good morning. How did you feel when you saw this video for the first time? It makes me feel very fearful for the girls. It makes me think about some of the repercussions that can come from post ago video like this. How do we get the message through. Year 9 girls, you know, all of us who have had daughters and sons, it's an age where to put it kindly, they go off the planet a bit. Go through a phase and then thank any come out the other end pretty well. How do we get the message through to this age group of just how this age group of just how dangerous it is? This is something that we really need to look at as owe a society to really ask the question, why do kids feel untouchable behind a computer screen? You know, why are they posting these types of videos on the interest in the still, even with all the education that is out there. Sonia, do you think it's their sort of the message is wrong to them? Maybe the maturity of their thinking and their brain just doesn't make the connection? Unfortunately, I think that most people think that this type of thing won't happen to them. That they won't be targeted on-line. But the reality is that once you press that send button, that upload button on YouTube, it's out of your hands and your photograph or your video can be turn up anywhere. This is something that I think we really need to get out there into the public domain and really get into the schools. OK. Your foundation is designed to educate young people about on-line safety. What is your main message? How do you get the message through? How can we as parents sort of learn from what you're doing? Really our main message is to think twice about everything you're posting on the Internet. To understand that once you go on-line, you are opening all your windows and doors to the world. For kids to really know that and for them to really think about everything they are putting out theretofore the world to see. So, basically if you don't want the world to see it don't post it, to think about the ramifications of sharing particular videos and posts. It's a message we It's a message we have to sit our kids down, explain it to them constantly so it sinks in. Some great tips, thank you for that. For more information on the Carly Ryan Foundation, just head to our website. Kochie has raised questions about this on the show before and now researchers are also questioning the accuracy of the BMI or Body Mass Index as a measure of healthy weight. It turns out the BMI system could be underestimating how fat we really are. A study from America says it should really be called the "baloney mass index". It claims the system is putting lives at risk Nutritionist Susie Burrell joins me now. Good morning. They are saying the BMI is flawed but the real obesity rate is worse. The western with the body weight index is that it really doesn't take into account how much muscle mass people have. People can weigh heavy and think there is not an issue. It doesn't tell us where the fat is in the body. We know when there is a lot of fat around the abdominal area, you are at much higher risk of heart disease or there is a concern that people might have, they really do have an obesity issue. In Australia, one quarter of the population is currently classified as owe as obese. How high could it really be? It could be much higher. If we consider in Australia, that there's a hi drinking cult and people to have skinny arms and legs, a hi drinking cult and people tend relative to their abdominal area. The fact if that if you are quite inactive and don't have a lot of muscle mass, on the scales you look like you don't weigh a lot. You don't have an overly high BMI, even if you have that central obesity that that group we are completely missing. It could be significantly higher. It is risky, just rating weight status according to BMI, we really need to take into account other erb other really need to take into account other measures. Do you think Australians are in denial about how fat we are? I think there are a huge number of people, that having a large belly, that obesity is quite common. It's the norm, that beer belly, it's OK. Really we know this is the kind of fat that is most closely related to heart disease. We need to keep a close eye on our waste measurements. Can you have a body scan, you can tell you where the fat mass it, it's not easy to get hold off, keep an eye on your waste merbs urment. For adult males, it needs to be less than 94, for me males, less than 80, for children, it waste measurement needs to be left their half their height. That's a really good way of tracking your risk factor for these key lifestyle diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Thank you very much, Susie for clearing that up. Get out the tape measure, Kochie. The Beatles could be making a comeback, of sorts. 42 years after the group split, Sir Paul McCartney's son James has revealed plans to form a new generation band. The plan is to recruit the original members' kids. ('LOVE ME DO' PLAYS) 34-year-old James McCartney - who is already a singer and songwriter - says John Lennon's son Sean and George Harrison's son Dhani are both keen. Ringo Starr's older son Zac - who was a drummer in Oasis - has said no to the idea. But Ringo's younger son Jason could be interested. Music historian Glenn A Baker joins me now. Good morning. Talk about pressure. Could they be a hit? Well, it's an idea we want happen. The expectations would be enormous but pressure is right. I mean, the idea of these four kids turning up with Yoko and the bodyguards and everything else and I think the media would be crushingly hard. When they to get together and not be spectacular, you get the impression that it would be well, you know, why did you bother? That it would be dismissed and would be like a bit cruel. There is no question we want it. What if Paul and Ringo said " What if Paul and Ringo said "we will be part of it. We will appear in the film clip. Well, but it is all a bit of a fantasy and it's almost like a grown up fantasy, for all of us who The Beatles. But remember, James is 34. And James is very entrepreneur up fantasy, for all of us who missed

yal young man as the McCartneys are. He is older than The Beatles were when they broke up. Some artists with famous relatives have gone on to stardom. You know, Ziggy, and Nancy Sinatra, Julian himself, and then Natalie Cole and Whitney Houston's mother was quite famous. Johnny Cash's daughter but the other side is that there is an awful lot, Jeff Buckley is another one that worked out. But some of them, simply don't work. We also remember Lisa Marie Chasity or is it Chas Bono? Harper also remember Lisa Marie Presley and Simon, Zoe Bowid=e, Jacob Mr Dillon in the wall in the wall flowers, I don't know whether you would class him as someone who did or didn't make it. He didn't exactly set the world on fire. It's a bit of a hard call to follow in the footsteps of somebody who was enormously famous and has a following. We will We will watch TV closely. Good to

see you, Here's Mel. Any reason to dust off The Beatles records. What, you have to dust them off, you play them constantly in your house! And a big night for the royals - Madame Tussauds in London has unveiled wax models of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge ahead of their first wedding anniversary. The waxworks cost $230,000 to produce and the crowds were impressed. They look very realistic, couldn't be better. No, too thin for my liking. The models are based on Will and Kate at the announcement of their engagement. They look good, don't they I think they are getting better. They seem really realistic. You look back at the Queen and prescribe, I back at the Queen and prescribe, back at the Queen and Prince Philip. I don't think they are at goose. back at the Queen and prescribe

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cabins The major airline telling kids they're not welcome. What if you're the parent of the kid? You go and sit with them. You could do a tag team with your husband or wife. But first it's news time. Here's Nat. The mother of an Adelaide schoolgirl murdered by an online predator says she fears for the teenagers who posted a video on YouTube offering sexual services. Three girls who appeared in the video and two who helped produce it have been suspended from school. The reality is that once you press that send button or that upload button on YouTube it's out of your hands. Sonya's 15-year-old daughter Carly was killed by a man she met online, in 2007. The racism row plaguing the Melbourne Football club has deepened on his Facebook page. EnergyWatch boss Ben Polis has reportedly admitted to making numerous offensive remarks about Aborigines, Asians, women and Julia Gillard. It comes a week after the Demons were rattled by false accusations of racism against coach Mark Neeld. I just want to move on. The last 48 hours have been pretty stressful for me. The club's board has launched an investigation into the sponsor's remarks. Thousands of mourners will gather at the funeral of teenage lifesaver Matthew Barclay today. The 14-year-old drowned while competing in the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships at Kurrawa Beach last week. Family, friends and members of the livesaving community will attend this morning's service on the Sunshine Coast. Charges have been laid against the self-proclaimed mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Khaled Sheikh Mohammed has been charged along with four alleged accomplices for the planning and execution of the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in the US in 2001. The trial will be held at the US naval base in Guantanamo Bay. The US Defense Department says if found guilty, all five of the men could face the death penalty. The man responsible for last year's Norwegian massacre says he'd rather die than be sentenced to psychiatric care. Anders Breivik revealed his thoughts in a letter, saying being sent to an asylum would be a worse fate than death. Breivik was declared to be suffering from paranoid schizophrenia meaning he could be sentenced to a psychiatric ward rather than prison. He'll go on trial this month. NRL boss David Gallop is refusing to guarantee the future of the Gold Coast Titans despite the cash-strapped club's sale of its troubled Centre of Excellence. Titans boss Michael Searle believes the sale is a huge step towards securing the club's long-term viability. The extent to which this assists the level of indebtedness in the footy club is not clear to us at this stage. Searle is also caught up in another controversy with a company he created going into receivership with a million-dollar debt. Carlton coach Brett Ratten insists he won't be underselling the Lions when Round 2 of the AFL gets underway tonight at the Gabba. The Blues have gone with the same line-up that dominated Richmond last week but they're bracing for a much tighter contest. Lions coach Michael Voss wants his young side to show the AFL world what they're capable of. The game's live on Seven and 7mate. Real Madrid produced two stunning goals this morning. The first was a long-range curler from Kaka and the second came from their usual source of spectacular goals. COMMENTATOR: Oh, what a goal! Cristiano Ronaldo's got his second and it's an absolute beauty. Chelsea confirmed its spot in the semis Let's grab your weather right now and head out to grant who is cooking up an Easter treat. A lost these have been released. Brilliant. Yea, I just got here, just before you got here because you seem to eat everything before everyone else. I'm here first. Great. 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Troughs are generating thunderstorms over the country's western and central interior and are allowing unseasonably warm air to linger over much of the country. Mostly sunny in Brisbane. Sydney, sunny. Fog and sunshine in Canberra. Sunny in Melbourne. A fine day in Hobart. Adelaide, mostly sunny. Morning showers easing in Perth. Possible showers in Darwin this afternoon. Most popular chocolate on the market come Easter time. Creme eggs. They are beautiful. Easter bunny, how many sleeps to go? Tloo. Yeah, happy Easter everybody. Happy Easter. Can you all say taste the sugar free one for us to see if it tastes like chocolate. I bet you it doesn't. It's t would be like low fat icecream. Want to win 20 grand? We're giving away more cash. The money has jackpotted to 20 grand. Today's Easter Eggstravaganza winner is in Queensland. five rings they have to answer. Hello. Hi mum. Is Jean there? Hello. Is that Jean? Speaking. 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