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officials thought two days ago. It's more than double the number will attend Friday's funeral. An estimated five million people who's as popular in death as in life. A show of affection for a Pope the whole world loves you. They're singing John Paul Two, need a break from the monotony. but, now and again, have been waiting patiently The faithful ahead of the funeral. so they can clear the streets so they can clear the streets joining the queue, Authorities have stopped people Pope John Paul II's body. will be among the last to view in this 10-hour long line-up But the pilgrims standing filing through St Peter's Basilica. Up to 18,000 people an hour are for tomorrow's funeral. as the final preparations are made The Vatican's announcement comes in less than two weeks. a successor to Pope John Paul II Cardinals in Rome will begin electing Good morning, everyone. Good morning, Natalie. with Natalie Barr. it's time for the latest news Right now though, squish them in so much. they're thinking that because they That's a call right now. In Japan haven't caught a train for a while. groped? Is No, I haven't but I people who have. Have you been believe. I haven't but I know in a carriage? I find that hard to carriage. Have you ever been groped times you can be squished in a doesn't it? I'm joking. There are Takes the fun out of peak hour to stop men groping? be women-only trains, And we'll ask whether there should And we'll ask whether there should Defence Force compensation at 7.10. We'll hear her defence of to come on the program. has accepted our invitation De-anne Kelly Now the Veterans' Affairs Minister or SMS us. email us by going to the web site, Let us know in front of us, very exciting. hungry and we have a plate of apple component. Now we're all feeling a bit of fruit on top. The healthy the custard. Good taste. Maybe with The brighter the yellow, the better high ones. I like custard tarts. I'm a lemon merangue pie, the big

fighting against Indian rule Insurgents were seriously injured. but no passengers The building was also set on fire extended gunfight with authorities. two militants were killed during an Police say across disputed Kashmir. on the inaugural bus ride holding passengers due to travel a safe house, Islamic rebels have attacked of Operation Enduring Freedom. since the start in Afghanistan It's the deadliest military crash as missing. Two more people are listed on board were all killed. the four American crew and 12 others Rescuers have confirmed smashing into a flat desert. from a routine flight, The chopper came down on its way back killing at least 16 people. in southern Afghanistan, A US military helicopter has crashed the Australian ambassador. to meet with will fly to Jakarta today Corby's defence team to do the closing. have to wait two more weeks They might need two weeks, to ask for. and are unsure what punishment They say they are not ready, an adjournment in the case. but it's more likely they'll ask for their closing argument today, Prosecutors were due to deliver a brief appearance. but it is expected to be will return to a Bali court today, Accused drug smuggler Schapelle Corby elect John Paul II's successor. they'll cast their first vote to On the afternoon of 18 April, for the next conclave. a date has now been set world continue to arrive in Rome, And as Cardinals from around the just a year into his pontificate. he began writing it Some 15 pages long, will be released tomorrow. the Pope's last will and testament Meanwhile, the Vatican has announced of the Pope's body at midnight. and will be given a private viewing who arrives today, US. President George W. Bush Among them, more than 200. There's the official delegation of many from the Pope's homeland. and perhaps not surprisingly, They're coming from everywhere,

at the end of the week. It follows a decision by Air New Zealand to lift its surcharge. That's the latest from the newsroom. Jamie has SMSed us, Mel can I have my clothes back from the '60S. I think that is cruel. No Jamie you can't. Mark Beretta has this morning's sport news covered. What's on the agenda? Coming up Nathan Buckley defies the doubters. Sonny Bill gets a reason to feel better And a possible career change for Adam Gilchrist. Plus after sport Grant has today's weather. Today we bow out of central Australia after three fun-filled weeks and to celebrate, stand by for the amazing, singing, piano-playing, world famous dingo. It's going to be great and you should see the school of the air now. Sweeping changes have made this a high-tech cyber classroom that you won't believe. Weather details from the top an announcement about the increase The airline is expected to make are 80% higher than just a year ago. A spokesman claims prices its surcharge is now unavoidable. Qantas says an increase in soaring aviation fuel prices. as companies struggle to meet Airfares are expected to rise by a Malaysian leader in 21 years. It's the first visit and a host of other dignitaries. John Howard He was greeted by Prime Minister for a four-day visit. arrived in Canberra last night Abdullah Badawi, The Malaysian Prime Minister, on a free trade agreement today. will start talks Australia and Malaysia service will go ahead as planned. with both sides saying the bus have also condemned the attack, Indian authorities No religion allows violence. to disrupt all peace attempts. had vowed of Anzac Hill, living next door to Alice, next. If you enjoy Sunrise during the week why should the weekend be any different. Seven now has a new take on Sunday mornings with Weekend Sunrise. Join Chris Reason - Welcome back, we've got a big show. Lisa Wilkinson - Do you think it started with G'day? And Simon Reeve - A politican who is talking straight for once. You'll get the overnight news and sport plus plenty of news. Weekend Sunrise, every Sunday from 8am right before Sports World. Time for sport now on Sunrise and good news for Collingwood. Collingwood midfielder Nathan Buckley says he won't step down from the Magpies captaincy. Buckley underwent surgery on his injured hamstring last week and says he'll be back on the field in the next two months. You really don't know how it's going to react. It's been fantastic, too good in my mind. Good news for Essendon fans as well. Spearhead Matthew Lloyd will play against Hawthorn at the MCG on Sunday. After a shocking week, the Bulldogs now have something to smile about. Teenage forward Sonny Bill Williams has agreed to a new deal with the Dogs. The two-year contract is believed to be worth around $800,000. A referee who was punched by a junior Rugby League player during a game in Sydney's west at the weekend says he wants his attacker charged. 16-year-old forward Bilal El Zamtar has been banned from playing Rugby League for 30 years because of his actions. The official involved has also asked police to press charges. The Perth Super 14 side has secured its second big name in as many days. Wallabies vice-captain and Queensland second rower Nathan Sharpe signed a three-year deal with the franchise. It's believed to be worth close to $1 million. He's a great all-round player, he's very experienced, he has captained Australia. It follows the signing of Waratahs hooker Brendan Cannon on Tuesday. If Adam Gilchrist ever decides to pack up the pads there could be a new career waiting. American baseball team the Boston Red Sox is interested in the Australian wicketkeeper. The team's scouts want to know if his explosive hitting power will transfer to baseball. He's got the three ingredients - he's got the great eye, he's got the power and he's got bat speed. It could be a lucrative offer. The average salary in the American league is $2.5 million a season. While the left-hander is flattered, he says he won't consider a Major League career for another five years. Gilly's 33 at the moment and will be 38 by then. That would be an interesting thought. How exciting for him if he could pick up as a pinch hitter and come in and do pinch hitter and come in and do the job and get out. He'd be well suited, not only with the back swing but walking's common in baseball as well. He's got that down pat. Would he play catch up? He could, that side of the game is

complex and the Americans recruit the kids so young and train them to play the game the way the Americans play the game and that might take a bit of learning. There's so many different types of signals and pitches we have in cricket and certainly for a hitter, if he keeps his eye in and maintain it. Worth $2 million a season in your twilight season. The highest paid earns $25 million US a year and you would have to think about that wouldn't you. $40 million Au. If one one one person on the team could earn that sort of money, imagine what they make from the game to earn that money. We'll leave that with you. I've been listening to finance and sport this morning. Leopard skin and finance. Grant is in downtown Alice Springs this morning. Hello. I only have one thing to say to you and it is Argggg! It is the talk of the town in Alice at the moment. Even though it is the crack of dawn. It is going down a treat. A lot of blokes want to say G'day. We're down town but up on top of the centre of Alice in a 360 degree spot of Anzac Hill. We say goodbye to central Australia. It has been a ripper three weeks. Waive had the best time, discovering camels and dingoes and the beautiful views and extraordinary company and I tell you what, some people have decided to go straight through last night and come down, like these two over there. Wave? It's been a big night as a place called Bojangles . You might remember Prince Charles had a bucks party in his honour recently

and of course Prince Charles didn't turn up. They've looked after us over the last couple of days. I'll try and not slur by words through the weather for the first time this Grant is in downtown Alice Springs this morning. Stand by this morning. We actually have a pretty special treat which will knock of your socks. It is the singing piano-playing dingo. I don't want to give too much away. Thank you, Grant. Look forward to that. Should we follow Japan, and have women-only train carriages, to prevent groping by men? Lisa and Steve will take that topic in hand during He Says, She Says at 8.50. But next Wall Street live. I'm Claire Leka at the New York stock exchanges, stocks rose for a third straight session on Wall Street. I've had Dettol Soap washes away the day's play. It's gentle enough to use every day.

When Sunrise needs a car in a flash, we call Avis, because Avis tries harder. To secure your own unbeatable rental visit our web site. Finance time now on Sunrise. Let's cross to Wall Street now, where CNN's Claire Leka is standing by with the latest. Good morning, Claire. How is the market shaping up? Wall Street didn't finish badly. The dow rising for a third straight session. The average up 27 points. The Nasdaq not faring well, down a fraction in the session. MCI has spurned yet another bid from quest communications, why? Yes apparently the third time is not the charm for Qwest Communications. Q west putting in a third bid for MCI, this time a bid of $8.9 billion, however MCI says it wants to stay with the lower bid from Vorizon. They've bid for MCI and MCI says it doesn't feel comfortable with Quest long-term out look for its share price and Quest down 2% on that news today. Weekendies have put out a profit

warning because of higher beef prices. Dave Thomas would be rolling over in his grave right now and beef prices are skyrocketing and Wendys reported sales were down 5% here in the US for the month of March and as a result it is lowering its profit forecast for the entire first quarter and said Easter came too early and it didn't benefit from a late Easter. Budweiser reckons Americans have to drink more beer? Yes, apparently they're not drinking enough bud riser beer in America. Apparently they're drinking Fosters, or some other Australian brew and Budweiser, which is the largest brew ing company in the world has lowered its forecast by 6% and it will roll out a new market campaign to get Americans drinking again. The stock was down 4% on that news today. Drink for Fosters and particularly the big cans. See you the same time tomorrow. Will you do. OK. Just quickly, this morning they're introducing female only carriages on trains in Japan and we're saying is it appropriate here. Apparently on one train line alone outside Tokyo there was 217 reported cases of groping and Jane has a friend there and she says the old men grope the women a lot and no-one does anything about it. Sandy says in Sydney, a man used a paper sprawled over his lap to touch my

legs and apparently in Japan they have clubs, whose hobby it is to grope women on trains. Why Japan. I'm sure there are incidents here but it is not an epidemic. Culturely, we have to be careful with this. Japanese men have a different relationship with women. They have lots of excursions to other parts of Asia, men only excursion and it is a bit different to here, a bit seedyer, for want of a better word. Was that diplomatic enough. Silenceed all of us. Women are quick to show emotion, Women are quick to show emotion. so is that why, in groups, they can get competitive, and catty? We'll discuss that during Sunrise in Focus at 8.15. But next, there's no competition here. We have your news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise across Australia. Live from the Plaza outside Brekky Central. This is Sunrise. The boys are on the way to Byron. Where are you from? Wellington New Zealand. Are you living here? Living in Bondi. He's a New Zealander living in Bondi and going to bludge in Byron. You'll have a blast. Have you got a tip for the game on the weekend. The Hurricanes by 13 and above. You wish. Where is your mate from? Colorado. You're going as well. Yeah. Surf the pass I'll have to fight for it, I think. You'll need a long board. Don't you need a long board for the pass?. On that note - New Zealander. Let's go inside. Here's Nat with the 6:30 news. Union officials and crane drivers will meet today, to discuss a series of threats against construction giant Multiplex. A letter sent to the CFMEU demands $50 million by mid-April, or it claims, a crane driver, at a site a crane driver, at a site somewhere in the world, will be shot. It follows similar threats against the construction giant in February. Stop-work meetings will be held across Multiplex sites in Sydney today. The company also has operations in the UK, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates. Security is being stepped up in Rome ahead of Pope John Paul II's funeral. An estimated five million people will attend, as many as a fifth of them will be from the pontiff's homeland, Poland. Authorities have already closed off the 10-hour queue for pilgrims to see the Pope's body in an attempt to clear the streets ahead of tomorrow's funeral. Doctors in Vatican City say they're treating between 10 and 15 patients an hour for a variety of complaints, caused by the extended wait. Meantime, cardinals in Rome will begin electing John Paul II's successor on 18 April. As if their wedding preparations hadn't caused them enough headaches already, Charles and Camilla now have security to worry about. Their last-minute change of date means extra police will have to be called in to guard against terrorism, at a cost of millions. Security's not usually on a list of wedding expenses but where and when the royalties are in public the police aren't out of sight. Saturday's wedding highlighted by the metropolitan commissioner as an obvious terrorist target will see unprecedented and vigilance. Hundreds of officers on duty and monitoring streets and the military trained marks men watching from the roof tops and plain clothes officers Ming Ling amongst the crowds. With the latest stunts going on inside the grounds of the Windsor castle. The police will be concerned and aware they don't need to let embarrassing situations occur again. The wedding's postponement into the weekend means most will be entitled to premium over time rates. Because of the short notice we have to call people in who might not be working on those days. Like the guards the cost of policing at Clarence House is met out of public funds and extra money should come from the home office, not them. Policing

the castle itself is the metropolitan's responsibility, embarrassingly at the weekend their watch was laq enough to allow two foreign tourists to wander the grounds close to the queen's apartments and they were released and up enquiries are on going. The funeral of Prince Rainier of Monaco is expected to take place on 15 April. The 81-year-old died yesterday after suffering heart, kidney and breathing problems. Rainier III was Europe's longest serving monarch. He rose to international fame when he married actress Grace Kelly. His body has been transferred from the hospital, back to the palace where he will lie in state. His son Albert has taken over his duties. Kids entertainment is proving to be big business, with the release of the 2004 performers rich list. The Wiggles took the top spot for the Aussies, raking in $45 million for the year. Children's group Hi-5 came in at number six, with $15 million. Other star performers in BRW magazine's top 50 include Oscar winner Nicole Kidman, who came in at number two, and Russell Crowe, who's third on the list, with $27 million. $45 million for the Wiggles. It is huge and once you get to America, that must be the big market. I'd wake up for that. To sports news now with Mark Beretta and golf's greatest prize is about to come out of the closet for another year. Augusta's famous green jacket will be up for grabs Every golfer in the world wants to have his name at the top of this leaderboard, at least once. Tiger Woods is a three-time champion, but insists, the novelty hasn't worn off. Everybody's always trying to say, "Are you trying to get back to 2000?" I don't want to get back to 2000. I don't want to get back to 2000. I want to become better. His biggest challenge will come from defending champion Phil Mickelson, who's in fine form following his play-off win at the Bell South Classic this week. He says he expects the same sort of finish at this year's Masters. I know that it's been very exciting this year to have a number of of guys compete and win these tournaments. Mickelson has been paired with Australia's Stuart Appleby for the first two rounds. Appleby, just one of eight Australians in the field, hoping to become the first Aussie to wear the green jacket. Oh, it would be special. If I took it I'd be embarrassed because Greg deserved it far more than me, but if I got the opportunity I'd take it and run like hell. All eyes are sure to be on six-time champion Jack Nicklaus. This year will be his last at Augusta, a course he's made his own. To other sports news now and Collingwood captain Nathan Buckley says he hopes to be back on the field within two months. To Rugby League and Sonny Bill Williams Sony bill Williams signed a deal for two years to be worth around $800,000. More on Sharpe's new deal in the sports chat in 10 minutes time and Shane Warne has been named as the world's leading cricketer. The game's most respected journal. They say Warne's return has made Australia a force in the game around the world. A great come back. It's a town like Alice, and Grant Denyer is there. Good morning again. Overlooking it with a beautiful morning Sunrise about to jump above the horizon and perched on top of Anzac Hill and while Alice is home to the central Australia's first building, it is home to school of the air which is an amazing organisation, it has been educating the most isolated kids in the world for 53 years and it is no longer Victor Charlie Charlie come in over T is superior high

technology. We took a look at that yesterday. It is Benjamin here and I can hear you, can you hear me? It is Peter wanting to find out how your day's going so far Benjamin and what have you been up to? I've had a good day. Early this morning I went for a walk up mount Gillam. The school of the air uses a direct satellite link up which enables the children in the outback to be able to see their teacher for the first time ever. It is a one way visual link up so the kids can see the teacher but the teacher can't see the kids. I'll put up on the screen and you'll recognise it when it comes out to you. This is the Alice Springs school of the air and this year the furtherest students are away are Clancy and Jonathon and they're a distance of 1, 274km away. They live on a cattle station which is approximately one million and a half acres worth of land. Can you hear us? I can hear you. We have a special guest in the studio and I might turn the camera around and show who this special guest actually is. How are you doing? It is a fantastic step and to be able to give the kids a visual component to their education will enhance their outcomes with their learning experiences. It is a really successful project. 40% of the total enrolment are cattle station families. Ben, dow watch Sunrise in the mornings mate? No we don't. I think hands down it is a great system for the kids in the outback. We have 6,000 Hird herd of cattle and I really like it out here. Good on you mate, it was lovely chatting to you. We'll let you have holiday fun and back to the mustering. Each student has $15,000 worth of

computer gear at their home and it is about the social activity as it is education. It is a great S it is continuing after 53 years. Let's look at the weather. Showers likely along most of the Queensland coast and quite windy in the south. A few showers around Brisbane. Showers increase on the central and southern coasts of New South Wales. Fine inland. The brief chance of a shower around Sydney. Becoming fine over the southern and eastern regions of Victoria. A mostly sunny afternoon around Melbourne. In Tasmania a few showers are expected around Devonport, but it will be mostly fine over Launceston and Hobart. Partly cloudy and warm across South Australia. Just some early drizzle in Mt Gambier. In the Northern Territory cloudy periods are likely over Alice Springs, but and sunny elsewhere. And in Western Australia fine and hot as north-east winds push heat from the interior. Sunny in Perth. Jan's managed to come up to Anzac Hill and given me a present. I could've done it a few weeks ago and it is my final day and after nearly choking on a fly. We didn't want you you to take any more of the flies and we need them here. A quick SMS from Michelle, great to see you there at Anzac hill. My husband of 33 years went parking there as teenagers. They come come and rekindle that today. Maybe not with those things on their head. Do your kids have a tendency to get dirty? If so you really need to take part in our current competition. Sunrise has joined with OMO to celebrate National Dirt Is Good Day. That's because dirt can play an essential part in a child's learning and development. So we're looking for the cutest and funniest photos of your kids getting dirty. You could win a daily OMO Dirt Is Good pack containing all types of goodies, like an outdoor jungle gym, kid's cooking set, gardening set, scooter and inflatable soccer goals. Each of these sets is worth more than $2,000. if you'd like to enter. A special web site has been set up if you'd like to enter. The web address is - omo dirt is good is all one word. Entries close this Friday afternoon. Then, next week, Sunrise viewers will vote for their favourites and along the way, they too can share in some outstanding prizes. It's all thanks to OMO and the dirty kids of Australia. Time now for the Thought of the Day and it was emailed in by Tiffany from Queensland. "Those who think sunshine is pure happiness "have never danced in the rain." Geoff Williams from NSW, gives us the joke of the day. After a woman gave birth to her baby, her doctor stood at her bedside and said bad news, I have something to tell you and the mother asked what's wrong, your baby is a Herm afrodite. And she said you mean it's got a beenies and a brain? I could see that one coming but it was good though. Thank you Geoff. That went over like a led balloon. Thanks for your support. Coming up, are you flustered by flies? Dr Karl tells us why we can't out-run, or out-fly them at 7.40. But next, we'll wing our way into the hot topics of the sporting world. Across Australia, you're watching Sunrise. WOMAN: Juicy, tender, flame-grilled chicken on an oatbran bun. The burgers are better at Hungry Jack's. If you enjoy Sunrise during the week why should the weekend be any different. Seven now has a new take on Sunday mornings with Weekend Sunrise. Join Chris Reason - Welcome back, we've got a big show. Lisa Wilkinson - Do you think it started with G'day? And Simon Reeve - A politican who is talking straight for once. You'll get the overnight news and sport plus plenty of news. Weekend Sunrise, every Sunday from 8am right before Sports World. Looking forward to it. Should be terrific. We're up early any way. Oh, yeah, I'll be up. I'll be just

back from the jog and the swim by then. I believed you until you mentioned that. American Gridiron has been snapping up AFL players for many years. Now, baseball has turned its sights on our cricketers. The Boston Red Sox want Adam Gilchrist to hit big home runs. So Beretts, could he be cope out on the mound? It will be interesting to see. He said he'll wait five years. He's 33 and would be 38 if he took it up. Ian Chappell was close to going to the major leagues in the US. He was an all-Australian baseball player in the 60s and kicked around the yfd going to the states and taking up baseball and his dad told him to get on with cricket. The average baseball player earns $2.5 million a season? Yep, that's a normal salary and the highest paid player Alex Rodrigues gets $25 million Alex Rodrigues gets $25 million and what a great thing to look forward to when he reaches the end of his cricket career and he won't cut that short to do this. But it is something he can do beyond cricket. It is a good back up. AFL, dow think Nathan Buckley will ever be back to his best after this latest operation. He sounds confident? The word from Buckley yesterday was he's been through the operation and his right hamstring feels 100% and he feels like he should be out running and training and knows he has to wait a couple of weeks and let it settle before he looks at that. He'll be back in two weeks. The good thing for the Pies fans is Nathan Buckley is raring to go and he's dead keen and he's such a brilliant footballer and wants to be captain from here to eternity for Collingwood and has no plans much retiring or handing back the captaincy. From Collingwood point of view it is encouraging and they need the good news. They're having a tough time. We talked about the kid who was banned from playing rugby league for 30 years after punching a referee and the kid says he's hard done by. This is what he

says. For this to happen, it has ruined everything, my dreams and I've dedicated everything I have to rugby league and they've ruined it for me. I don't know what to do now. Should we feel sorry for him? No. He reckons he wasn't the bloke? He believes the referee has lied in the tribunal and Bilal El Zamtar is his name and he's 16 and it was a stupid thing and for a guy who says it is his living and wants to be a footballer. He should be smart about his actions on the field. The punishment is correct. He has the opportunity to appeal and the latest this morning looks like he won't bother to appeal. The Perth Super 12 side starts next year in the Super 14 and they signed Brendon cannon and now Nathan Sharpe and Ben Tune to come. Not official but there you go. Nathan Sharpe is official and vice captain of the Wallabies and what a great get. It came to a head because Nathan Sharpe was about to the announced as captain for the Reds and that brought this to a crunch decision. The Perth side offered him a three-year deal worth $450,000. A year? $450,000 for the period of the contract. Perth came up with from the other sponsors, $500,000 on top of that. They've threen half a million into the wheel barrow on top of the deal and how could you say no to that? He has a $1 million deal for a three-year period. Is this destructive for everyone. I know it has to happen? That's the big question. Does have to happen. If Nathan Sharpe's about to be named as captain. They can't wait. If he was going to be they have to do now? It is disruptive and every coach and every team and every player would tell you that. It is hard for the players to keep their minds on the job. They have big commitments and a tough job and the

teams need everyone on deck and running at the moment. Brendon Cannon and Nathan Sharpe, they'll be getting ready for Perth and where will I live and who else will be on the team and they should be 100% focused on what they have to do and it is disruptive and I'm sure for Ewen McKenzie and Geoff Miller won't be happy with what's going on at the moment. Talk to you soon. To finance now. Wall Street is trading in positive territory, with the Dow Jones and Nasdaq both making gains. Over in Europe, most indices finished higher. Briefly now to business news. Airfares around Australia are set to rise as oil prices hover in the wake of rising crude oil prices. Qantas has said an increased surcharge is inevitable and will specify the details later this week. Virgin Blue also said it's considering its options. Air New Zealand has already made the move and the higher charge comes in to effect on Tuesday. The global battle for National Foods has stepped up a gear with Phillipines-based San Miguel trumping Fonterra's current offer with a $1.9 billion bid. But analysts say the odds of a further counter-bid from Fonterra are slim Surfwear giant Quicksilver has snapped up 10 Australian surfwear stores as it seeks to expand across the Asia Pacific. Five Surfection stores will come under Quiksilver ownership, as will five Boardriders Club stores. Up soon, the mum with a public plea to find her missing son. It's the second time she's had to do it. Hear her story at 7.20. But straight ahead news, sport and weather. This is Sunrise, across Australia.

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Welcome back to Sunrise. Let's check the newspapers from around the country. The Herald Sun is covering the Maria Korp case. Her husband, Joe Korp, lodged an application yesterday for bail. He and his former lover are charged with the attempted murder of Ms Korp. The Australian says the Prime Minister is planning changes to Aboriginal land rights. He wants to extend home ownership to residents of remote communities. And the Courier-Mail says the Queensland Government will ban electric hot water systems in new homes. The move is designed to relieve the stress on the State's struggling electricity grid. A bit later on we're going to talk to a bloke who reckons he can teach your mind to eat anything you like and still lose weight. You're so interested in this interview. He reckons wire the computer. We're asking if that is the case what could you eat and never stop eating. We've got one here from LJ "A dark chocolate, any cake based cell and definitely the dark chocolate tart and all from heaven on earth". I

weigh "46kg , not me, this is the viewer. I was figuring that wasn't you. I think I was heavier when I was born. "I wait until my body tells me what it wants and that's what I eat what I want no matter what if is". Kelly says "I could eat my mum's peacan pie all day". With cream - And ice-cream. Go Nat, pick the pregnant one in the team. Just ahead Veterans' Affairs Minister De-Anne Kelly. She's accepted our invitation to come on the show, and answer our questions about defence compensation. But now it's over to Nat for the 7 o'clock news. Good morning, everyone. US President George W. Bush has led a delegation of officials into St Peter's Basilica to kneel before the body of Pope John Paul II. The group will be among 200 dignitries to attend tomorrow's funeral. Up to five million people are expected in Rome for the service. Up to 18,000 people an hour are filing through St Peter's Basilica. But the pilgrims standing in this 10-hour long line-up will be among the last to view Pope John Paul II's body. Authorities have stopped people joining the queue, so they can clear the streets ahead of the funeral. The faithful have been waiting patiently but, now and again, need a break from the monotony. A show of affection for a Pope who's as popular in death as in life. An estimated five million people will attend Friday's funeral. It's more than double the number officials thought two days ago. They're coming from everywhere, and perhaps not surprisingly, many from the Pope's homeland. There's the official delegation of more than 200. Among them, US President George W. Bush who arrives today, and will be given a private viewing of the Pope's body at midnight. Meanwhile, the Vatican has announced the Pope's last will and testament will be released tomorrow. Some 15 pages long, he began writing it just a year into his pontificate. And as Cardinals from around the world continue to arrive in Rome, the date has now been set for the conclave. On the afternoon of 18 April, they'll cast their first vote to elect John Paul II's successor. Accused drug smuggler Schapelle Corby will return to a Bali court today, but it is expected to be a brief appearance. Prosecutors were due to deliver their closing argument today, but it's more likely they'll ask for an adjournment in the case. They say they are not ready, and are unsure what punishment to ask for. BROKEN ENGLISH: They might need two weeks, until two weeks time to do the closing. Corby's defence team will fly to Jakarta today to meet with the Australian ambassador. A US military helicopter has crashed A US military helicopter has crashed in southern Afghanistan, killing at least 16 people. The chopper came down on its way back from a routine flight, smashing into a flat desert. Rescuers have confirmed the four American crew and 12 others on board were all killed. Two more people are listed as missing. It's the deadliest military crash in Afghanistan since the start of Operation Enduring Freedom. Celebrities have gathered in Los Angeles, for the funeral of lawyer Johnnie Cochran. The stars of the two biggest celebrity trials in history led mourners. Michael Jackson was accompanied by his own trial lawyer. Meantime, OJ Simpson paid his respects to the man who acquitted him of murder charges a decade ago. Airfares are expected to rise as companies struggle to meet soaring aviation fuel prices. Qantas says an increase in its surcharge is now unavoidable. A spokesman claims prices are 80% higher than just a year ago. The airline is expected to make an announcement about the increase at the end of the week. It follows a decision by Air New Zealand to lift its surcharge. To finance now. Wall Street is trading in positive territory, with the Dow Jones and Nasdaq both making gains. Over in Europe, most indices finished higher. To sports news now with Mark Beretta and Nathan Buckley is on the comeback trail. Collingwood midfielder Nathan Buckley says he won't step down from the Magpies captaincy. Buckley underwent surgery on his injured hamstring last week and says he'll be back on the field in the next two months. Good news for Essendon fans as too. Spearhead Matthew Lloyd will play against Hawthorn at the MCG on Sunday. After a shocking week, the Bulldogs now have something to smile about. Young gun Sonny Bill Williams has agreed to a new deal with the Dogs. The two-year contract is believed to be worth around $800,000. A referee who was punched by a junior Rugby League player during a game in Sydney's west at the weekend says he wants his attacker charged. 16-year-old forward Bilal El Zamtar has been banned from playing Rugby League for 30 years because of his actions. The official involved has also asked police to press charges. The Perth Super 14 side has secured its second big name signing in as many days. Wallabies vice-captain and Queensland second rower Nathan Sharpe has agreed to a three-year deal with the franchise. It is believed to be worth close to $1 million. Sharpe's signing follows that of Waratahs hooker Brendan Cannon on Tuesday. And if Adam Gilchrist ever decides to pack up the pads there could be a new career waiting. American baseball team the Boston Red Sox is interested in the Australian wicket keeper. The team's scouts want to know if his explosive hitting power will transfer to baseball. While the left-hander is flattered, he says he won't consider a Major League career for another five years. And speaking of cricket, our women's team is just one win away from recapturing the World Cup that was lost to New Zealand four years ago. Australia meets the winner of Thursday's semi between India and new Zealand. Go girls! Good luck. Grant has Thursday's weather covered from Alice Springs this morning. An important message from Daniel and James, a much-loved grand parents around the country. They're back from the Australian BM Q X titles as the crowd starts to build. That was basically the only number of people living in the town and it is a great place and if you're coming to central Australia, come and see Alice Springs. A thriving community and a wonderful place with plenty of wonderful things to do. We'll go through the weather now. A weak change will cool the east coast of WA. Elsewhere, a weak trough may trigger isolated late showers in South Australia. Easterly winds will cause more showers on the NSW coast and ranges, and moist, onshore winds on to the Queensland coast. will send further showers on to the Queensland coast. A lady by the name of Margaret Blum decided she would like to make you guys a special treat. She came up with some beenies, one for Kochie and Mel. Why you'd need one here I'm not sure but they're all yours. I'll bring them back. Port power colours, very nice. Yeah. She was thinking. I am camouflageed for when I go into the jungle. Keeping with the leopard thing. Yesterday we issued a challenge to Veterans' Affairs Minister De-Anne Kelly. We wanted her to come on Sunrise and answer some of your questions about Defence widows' compensation. At the eleventh hour, the minister accepted our invitation. De-Anne Kelly joins us now. Good morning. Yesterday we spoke with Defence widow Gaye Tombs. Her husband was killed in the Black Hawk crash of 1996. Here is some of what she had to say. Hopefully there will be more of a structured support there for them. Hopefully they will not have their partners wage frozen the day after their deaths like I had and hopefully they will not have to make life-long decisions within six weeks as to the type of compensation that they will take on. Minister, will the widows from the Sea-King crash have to go through the same experience? No, they won't. The scheme that Mrs Tombs refers to in 1996 was the one left by the Labor Party. Plainly it was less than satisfy. Waive put in a new military rehabilitation and compensation scheme that started afterJuly. Can I address some of Mrs Tombs particular concerns. Firstly there'll be quite a period of time for the families of the Sea King - those that died in the Sea King tragedy to consider how they'd like to go forward financially. How long? That's at least six months but they can opt for the significant lump sum payment which will start for them as a fortnightly pension. They can elect virtually at any time to commute that to a lump sum amount. They have options during this period of mourning. The other thing is that the bereavement payment which will continue for eight weeks will ensure there's no cut-off in the pay of the defence member that has died. In that period of time, of course, the weekly amount or fortnightly amount, I should say,

will of course commence. I hope that the defendents of our Sea King people do not encounter the difficulties that Mrs Tombs had. That's great to hear. You mentioned your new military rehabilitation and compensation scheme, that came in on 1 July last year. Will people like Gaye, excuse me, an and SAS widow Kylie Russell who received just $13,000 a year. Will they get more money under your new scheme that came in from 1 July? The scheme is not retrospective because there was legislation, the veterans entitlement act, the safety rehabilitation act - So you're not going to right the previous wrongs? When we came into Government, we recognised after the Blackhawk disaster that plainly the existing legislation wasn't going to be adequate and we brought in this new scheme and I hope and trust that the relatives of the Sea King people find that this gives them some support. But the families of the Blackhawk disaster in '96 are still left out in the cold? No, they're not. Regrettably the legislation that applied at that time applies to them. Can I say time applies to them. Can I say - You can make it retrospective the new stuff. You make that the whole time when it comes to tax and things like that. Why don't you change it and make it retrospective? Can I just say we consulted extensively with the ex-service organisations regarding the new military rehabilitation and compensation act and there were various aspects of that that they don't wish to see retrospective. I don't want to take away from the present tragedy if I may and one element of the new scheme is it concentrates on rehabilitation for

defence members who were injured. There were any ex-service organisations that didn't want to see that retrospective. We complied with their wishes and it commenced on 1 July. One of the other things is the amount of money that a widow receives depending on whether the victim was killed in war or a peace time operation? Not under the new scheme and you're correct that the previous legislation did make ta distinction. The new scheme recognises the contribution our defence force members make and wants to accept fully the responsibility of ensuring that any dependents and children left are financially secure. Under the new scheme, give us the figures, the families affected by the Sea King accident, what sort of compensation will dependents receive from you under the new scheme? Well, I don't want to talk about dollar amounts when the families of the Sea King - those that died in the Sea King disaster have not even buried - I think that would be hurtful. The reality is that defence are working closely with those families. Their compensation is a private matter. If they later want to discuss that publicly then that would be their choice but I don't want to discuss now while they're still grieveing such sensitive matters. Can I say though and assure people because I know the Australian public, like the Government, value these people and their service greatly, that the lump sum amounts and the payments are quite significant. We believe that it will enable dependents that are left and that also extends, can I say, to genuine de facto relationships as well and of course children that are left. Very important that we ensure that any children of defence members that have died are able to be educated and are financially secure. We believe that the new legislation ensures that's the case. Minister, the thing you used there was the word value which I guess is what we're bringing this up on. I know as you say it may be seen to be a tad crass to talk about money when victims haven't been buried but this is the most obvious way for the Government and for the Australian people to recognise what these victims have done for our country and for Indonesia. The other thing of course is the topic of medals and I'd like to know whether you're considering Labor's push for new military honours for things such as relief honours and the RSL is talking about blocking a move to award these men and women medals? It is very important that we honour the service of those that perished on the Sea King disaster gave Australia. The Government is examining, can I say very quickly, a range of options to ensure that we properly honour their service. As minister Ruddock has said, that may involve civilian honours. We're also examining what can be done with regard to military honours. Can I assure your listeners who I know are as distressed by this disaster as we are. We'll ensure it is appropriate and their families recognise they have been properly honoured and recognised. And they'll be looked after financially. You're staking your job on this that when you conclude these discussions with the families and previous widows were saying that financial component was important to them settling down for their future and they felt abandoned by the Government, you're saying that it will be - they'll be compensated overgenerously? I never used the word generous, if I could say that. Can you use the word generous? I think that those are subjective words. Can I say it is comprehensive, it is sound, it will give dependents financial security. It will ensure that children are able to be educated. Can I also say, though, that nothing essentially is

going to make up for losing an important family member. What we want to ensure - Previously these families have been insulted by us and insulted by a whole series of governments. We don't want that to happen again. No do we. I understand your point of view. When it is sorted out, will you come back on the program and explain it to us? When the families are ready to have these matters discussed. Will you come back on the program? And I would be always happy to appear on your program. Can I just say, though, it depends on whether the families are comfortable with their circumstances being discussed. We need to respect them and their privacy first. We appreciate your time. A lot of promises and guarantees. We will do our best to follow up when the time is right. Thanks for your time today. Thank you. Let us know your thoughts this morning. Drop us an email or send us an SMS. Later this hour we'll answer your Soapbox science questions. Dr Karl joins us at 7.40. But after the break the mum who has had her young son taken from her twice. She will make a direct plea for his return when Sunrise continues. Click 4-way powerboard with dust cover - just $8.50. GMC 2,200-watt blower - a low $39.99. Jumbuck patio heater - a hot $199. Azaleas in 100mm pots - 4 for just $10. we'll beat it by 10%. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse. #

If you enjoy Sunrise during the week why should the weekend be any different. Seven now has a new take on Sunday mornings with Weekend Sunrise. Join Chris Reason - Welcome back, we've got a big show. Lisa Wilkinson - Do you think it started with G'day? And Simon Reeve - A politican who is talking straight for once. You'll get the overnight news and sport plus plenty of news. Weekend Sunrise, every Sunday from 8am right before Sports World. It is every mum's worst nightmare to have her child disappear. Our next guest has had it happen to her twice. Sonia Neville's young son Riley, disappeared with his dad for over four months last year. He was returned to her but now he's missing with his father once again. Sonia joins us now with a personal plea, to get Riley back. Good morning. I can't even begin to imagine how

you're feeling right now. Tell us what happened last year? Oh well, Steve took Riley for an access visit and he had 50 - 50 shared care of Riley and took him for a visit and never brought him home and they disappeared off the face of the earth for 4.5 months and not a phone call or any contact. He didn't write me a letter. Didn't tell me why he did it, nothing and yeah, now he's done it again. It is just devastating. How did you get him back the first time, though, tell us after such a long time how you got him back and how it comes to him taking him again? I applied through a media release through the Family Court and it was up to the media to take hold of it. That's life took it up and a reared of that happened to go to a barbeque one day where Steve was staying on a private property on the Murray River and she rang Crime Stoppers and also rang my and we went up there looking for them and fortunately Steve happened to be crossing the Murray on a ferry and a couple of people I knew saw him and the police came and grabbed Riley and returned him to me. By chance. Why was Steve allowed to have unsupervised access once again after all that happened? The Family Court's like to give people opportunities to have access to their children and Steve had absolutely vowed and declared and promised to myself and everybody else he would never ever abscond with Riley again. He understood it wasn't the right thing for Riley or anyone else. We agreed to unsupervised access because I would never discourage his relationship with Riley and we believed he was telling the truth. Sonia, we've got a picture of Riley and we've been showing it and will continue to do so throughout this interview. What has this done to your life? The

waiting and not knowing must be absolutely breaking you up? It is devastating. It is like having a debilitating disease. You can't function and it is all you do. It is all you are is every minute of every day looking and searching and wondering what should I do and who should I contact and what phone call can I make and what email can I send. It is not just me, it is my other son, Max and my immediate family, the nieces and friends and it affects everybody you know. It is a debilitating thing. I wake up at 4:00 in the morning and I can't go back to sleep. My mind starts and I think what many Ali going to do tomorrow to help me find Riley. I know he knows I'm looking for him. If Steve's watching, what message do you have for him? Please bring him home. He's enrolled to start school next term. He's five and was looking forward to that. He deserves a better life than being on the run and looking over his shoulder and please bring him home. Steve, you're being foolish, do what's best for Riley. I can't believe he believes what he's doing is best for Riley. It is absurd. He deserves a better life. Good luck in your search and we hope you get good news soon. We have the Crime Stoppers number on screen at the moment. If anybody out there listening knows anything about Riley that's the number:Thanks for talking to us Sonia. We wish you all the best. Thanks Mel, thanks David. We will have more after the break. All the news, sport and weather you need, on Sunrise across Australia. Union officials and crane drivers are meeting today to discuss a series of threats against construction giant Multiplex. A letter sent to the CFMEU demands $50 million by mid-April, or it claims, a crane driver, at a site somewhere in the world, will be shot. It follows similar threats against the construction giant in February. Stop-work meetings will be held across Multiplex sites in Sydney today. The company also has operations in the UK, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates. US President Bush has arrived in Vatican City ahead of Pope John Paul II's funeral. He has led a group of American officials into the Basilica where he's knelt where he's knelt in front of the pontiff's body. Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush Senior were also among the delegation. George W. Bush is the first US President to attend a Pope's funeral and will be one of 200 state and religious leaders at tomorrow's service. $3 million worth of drugs have been stolen

during an armed hold-up at a Sydney factory overnight. Police say three men with shotguns raided this pharmaceutical manufacturing company in Castle Hill. They escaped with pseudoephedrine which can be used to make illicit drugs, including speed. No staff were injured during the incident. A celebrity photographer has been ordered to surrender a sample of his DNA to police, after a listening device was found near Nicole Kidman's Sydney home. A magistrate has told Jamie Fawcett to provide a swab within a week. It will then be compared with DNA found on the bug, discovered near the Oscar winner's Sydney home in January. Fawcett, who has not been charged, Fawcett, who has not been charged, will appeal the ruling. Australia and Malaysia will start talks on a free trade agreement today. The Malaysian Prime Minister, Abdullah Badawi, arrived in Canberra last night for a four-day visit. He was greeted by Prime Minister John Howard and a host of other dignitaries. It's the first visit by a Malaysian leader in 21 years. Petrol stations are being warned not to rip off drivers. The New South Wales Government is cracking down, as the price of fuel continues to hit record levels. Compliance officers will make random, unannounced visits to service stations, to ensure there is no unnecessary price inflation. Operators caught doing the wrong thing could face fines of up to $20,000. Families of the Sea King crash victims are being assured they'll be compensated by the Government. Widows from the 1996 Blackhawk disaster are critical of the benefits system and are warned families of the latest crash. Veterans affairs minister De-Anne Kelly has told Sunrise the government will do all it can. Can I say and assure the people, because I know the Australian public like the Government value these people and their service greatly. The lump sum amounts and

payments are significant. We believe it will enable dependent that are left and that also extends, can I say, to genuine de facto relationships as well. And of course children. De-Anne Kelly speaking there. Checking sports news now with Mark Beretta and a big opportunity for a young Saint. St Kilda youngster Raphael Clarke is poised to make his AFL debut against the Kangaroos this weekend. At Collingwood, Nathan Buckley says he'll be back on the field in the next two months. The skipper's recovery from hamstring surgery is progressing well. To Rugby League and Bulldogs forward Sonny Bill Williams has signed a new two-year deal with the club. It is believed to worth around $800,000 a season. It has been confirmed a hamstring injury will keep Socceroo striker Mark Viduka out of action for the rest of the English Premier League season. And according to betting agency Centrebet Tiger Woods is the favourite to win this year's US Masters. And the Fremantle Dockers fans are jumping on board like never before. The AFL club has hit a record number of members with 33, 533 signed up and Saturday night's WA dust up between the Dockers and Eagles at Subiaco is a sell-out, 43, 500 tickets sold. It will be a beauty and good for the tipsters. For some, maybe. Oh Mel. Don't I'm getting nervous. I'm just trying to enjoy it while it lasts. We'll be trailing by 10 next week. Oh, no. I'll be quiet now. Before we move on let's check in with our weather guy, Grant. The crowd is building on top of Anzac Hill and the Henley on Todd dry river bed regatta and it is famous in Alice. After I presented your beenies earlier on there was an Australian beanie festival here every year in winter time. It is world renoun and there's something

wrong with Benji. He's got Whooping cough. But apparently it is a famous event around this place and it is stunning. The thing you realise about Alice, it has the amazing geology of Uluru but it doesn't have the crowds and we look at the ranges in particular, some of the greats walks and the sites you can see and the history you can soak up along the way. It is an intriguing place. Oh excuse me. That's my beanie. One of the other things that you see along the way. We were driving between Uluru and Alice and stopped in a place called stew wert's well and it is a tiny service station and were amazed when we walked inside to buy a drink. We found a thing called Dinky and he's a dingo and world renowned for playing on Jim's piano as you'll see. (Dog howls to sound of music theme). I have the daughters who play the piano and every time the girls would play Dinky would sing loose and that started it off and he started to sing and some say howling. Pavarotti on four pause will steal t SONG: # You ain't nothing but a hound dog # Crying all the time. More recently trivial pursuit, they picked it up and it was on television here in Australia and newspaper articles and over's. . What do you think of Dinky everyone? APPLAUSE Fair dinkum, he's in the new edition of the trivial pursuit game. Amazing. Let's look at the weather. Showers likely along most of the Queensland coast and quite windy in the south. A few showers around Brisbane. Showers increase on the central and southern coasts of NSW. Fine inland. The brief chance of a shower around Sydney. Becoming fine over the southern and eastern regions of Victoria. A mostly sunny afternoon around Melbourne. In Tasmania a few showers are expected around Devonport, but it will be mostly fine over Launceston and Hobart. Partly cloudy and warm across South Australia. Just some early drizzle in Mt Gambier. In the Northern Territory cloudy periods are likely over Alice Springs, but and sunny elsewhere. And in Western Australia fine and hot as north-east winds push heat from the interior. Sunny in Perth. If you're feeling the cold in winter time, warm your heart by coming to central Australia. Australia Pacific touring can help you get here. Say good by from the top of Anzac Hill and a beautiful sunrise it is. Lots of people commenting on our interview with De-Anne Kelly on compensation for the families of the Sea King disaster. "The military staff who were killed in Nias as they did to do their jobs and every day truck truck yees get into their trucks and occasionally they crash and they deserve the workers compensation that all Aussies get in the same situation and no medals and no extras". "And why should these people get a pay-out when

they were killed at work. If I got killed at work I would get nothing. That's their job". I think that is harsh. These people, in a lot of instances, their life insurance is negotiate yaitd because they're out working overseas and doing these job. We should err on the side of generosity. But appreciate all thoughts. Coming up the man who says we can think ourselves thinner. Hear what hypnotist Paul McKenna has to say at 7.50. But next the reason why flies can bug you in the most unlikely of places. Dr Karl explains all after the break.

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that big, it will generate a millionth of a horse power and the amount of heat would fry it and the amount of energy you'd need it would have to eat one and a half times its own weight per second. If you ever got hit by a fly, there'd be dead people everywhere. What was his answer? He put on a string and said and began to get blurry at 20km/h. Not 800km/h, 20km/h. The fly scientist who was good at the flies and pick a pregnant fly and got the speed wrong. The Australian dragon fly holds the world record for a fly of around 58km/h. With our boy here, what's probably happening is he's carrying a bubble of air with him. You know from here to here. He's got a mini slip stream, maybe 5cm or 10cm deep and the fly's inside the slip stream and if it goes out - He says "The problem's not only on his bike it is in his car and that could be the slip stream answer". It is Inertial frame of reference. If you're in a area oh plane, you were to jump up, you don't lose the velocity of the speed and you get splattered to the back wall. If the windows up up the fly stays when you in the car but if it it is up they come in through the font front and go out through the back. How do they stand up side down on a roof? Flapy flapy flapy and front legs go up, stick, somersault. Have they got sticky front feet? Yeah and the front legs go up and it goes flip and the four back legs come around. If somebody can tell that story in one minute, between one minute and three minutes on video and send it to me,

we'll give them $11,000. We want to give away money to the high school kids and they have to do it by 13 May. We're trying to give away money. Details on el website when you go to Dr Karl. I feel like I sit here with my jaw down all the time. A fly will go in there. Are you leaving now. They're telling me to go away. Don't go away we'll throw to an ad. Does any group of women tend to get a bit catty at times? Next hour we'll ask whether it's just something reserved for showbiz? But next the hypnotist who says we can harness our minds to lose weight. So sit back and relax. You are getting sleepy, very sleepy.

Always in need of a good night's sleep. Sunrise cast and crew choose to stay with Accor hotels and resorts. Accor - making travel easy. Alright, how about this? How would you like to eat whatever you want and still lose weight? According to our next guest you can through hypnosis. World reknown hypnotist Paul McKenna has written a new book I Can Make You Thin. He claims it is the most successful weight-loss program in the world. Paul joins us now. Good morning to you, Paul. Eat what you want and lose weight. Morning David