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Madonna's got millions of fans out there but it seems the Pope isn't one of them. As you just heard, tonight the material girl will perform a concert in Rome, in which she stages a crucifixion. She says it's part of her show, but the Vatican says it's Satanism. Has Madonna gone too far this time?

. This time she's doing it in rom, a And we'll have more on that story in this half hour. . This time she's doing it in rom, a

faou metres frt Vatican, so I think

it has particular poignancy for the

Vatican. She is bringing people

together. It's one of those things

that there's an argument to say it's

art, but it's tasteless art. She

knows how to get publicity, she's

about to turn 48 and hasn't lost any

of her energy She was voted the sexy

yet woman over 40. I'm sorry, Lisa.

Are you suggesting I'm over 40? No,

I'm not. I'll be over there if you need me. But Peter Costello is not the only one feeling a little hard done by. Don't miss a classic Riley Diary after 8.30. And Paris Hilton has made headlines again. This time it's her salary that's getting attention.

The heiress boasted she's earned $200 million in the past year alone, and all she had to do was go to other countries, wave at crowds and tell them she loves it there. So, is she overpaid? Or is she just a smart business woman? We'll tackle that after 9am. But let us know what you think. Email or SMS us.

I'm not. I'll be over there if you need me. She gets paid to turn up to

a nightclub opening, she gets

appearance money. She got 1 million

euros to turn up to a public event

in Austria, wave at the's trance and

tell them she loves Austria. Someone

asked her, why do you love Austria,

and she said, because they pay me and she said, because they pay me 1

million euros to come here. She's

not stupid. Are we more stupid for

consuming her? She's pilloried for

being stupid, but we are the ones

who do it. Wal tackle that issue

after 9 am. Right now though, it's time for the latest news with Simon Reeve,

who's in Melbourne this morning, ahead of tonight's It Takes Two. Good morning, Simon. who do it. Wal tackle that issue after 9 am. I Good morning. after 9 am. I picked up $

after 9 am. I picked up $50 thousand for that wave this morning. We begin this morning with a potential breakthrough in the Middle East conflict. The US and France have agreed on a UN Security Council resolution calling for an end to the fighting.

The agreement is the first step towards a ceasefire between Israel and Hezbollah. Obviously this resolution alone isn't the solution but it's the beginning. But Lebanon has rejected the draft resolution because it does not call for an immediate withdrawal of Israeli troops. But despite the diplomatic developments the fighting continues. Israel is increasing its assault on southern Lebanon and says it plans to launch fresh strikes on Hezbollah positions later today. after 9 am. I picked up $50 thousand for that wave this morning. It's

early on Saturday morning and this

is the bloody cost of a ceasefire on

the population of tyre. These

pictures were taken minutes after an

Israeli strike. These men didn't

stand a chance. Eyewitness

stand a chance. Eyewitness essay they were hit on their motorcycle by

a rokt faourd fr a helicopter. Both

were in their early 20s. were in their early 20s. Their

deaths came after one of the

heavyest nights of faouting the town

has seen. Hours before, under

darkness, Israeli nraers

darkness, Israeli nraers scorchd the decide

decide line, hammering the glaom

below with rokts and bombs.

below with rokts and bombs. On the

ground, Israeli commandos were tupg

down, searching out key Hezbollah

targets. This is where they came.

Daylight revaols the scars of close quarter battle between Daylight revaols the scars of a close quarter battle between the faouters.

faouters. Both sides claim victory,

both sides suffered casualties. The

both sides suffered casualties. The Israelis have been targeting the

villages of southern Lebanon. It's

thought most of the civilian

population has left, but the

international Red Cross say innocent

people are still being caught by the

constant thump of artillery. Despite

the bombardment, Hezbollah is still

threatening. Look at the

threatening. Look at the damage the rokts are still causing in northern

Israel. This town, nobody was killed

but plenty of disruption to life and

damage to buildings. With an end to

the violence still out of reach, the

civilian populations of both

countries can only look ford

countries can only look ford to more of this. A young rugby league player has died during a Jim Beam Cup match in Sydney's south-west. The 21-year-old Erina halfback collapsed while trying to play the ball after a legitimate tackle at Cabramatta Sportsground. He was taken to Liverpool Hospital, but was pronounced dead on arrival. It's believed he suffered a heart attack. A 36-year-old man has been stabbed to death in Sydney's east overnight. Police were called to a Bondi convenience store late last night where they found the victim slumped on the footpath. He was rushed to hospital but died from multiple stab wounds.

Witnesses say the victim was attacked by a group of men. And Brisbane police are hunting a man who stabbed a shopper in the neck in the city's Queen Street Mall yesterday afternoon. Police say the victim suffered a superficial stab wound when he was attacked from behind in a skincare shop. It looks at this stage as though it is completely random and unprovoked. The wanted man is in his 30s with blonde hair and a stocky build. An alarming new report has found almost one in five Australians are using illegal drugs at work. News Limited papers report admitted to getting high on the job. more than 250,000 people have

Marijuana was identified as the drug of choice, followed by amphetamines, ecstasy, painkillers and cocaine. Hospitality employees came up as the heaviest drug users, followed by tradespeople and construction workers. The study has reignited debate between unions and employer groups

for drug testing in the workplace. 5-year-old burns survivor Sophie Delezio stayed up late last night to attend a fundraising ball in her honour at Sydney Town Hall. The Delezio's Day of Difference Foundation raises funds for children's hospital services. But Sophie and her brother, Mitchell, made their own appeal to the 500 guests - put your seatbelts on every day. And for everyone who didn't get that, it was - put your seatbelts on every day, be a better driver every day. Sophie's parents say the foundation is also aimed at promoting acceptance of people who are sick or disabled. Sports time now. And Kylie, the news is all sweet in the rugby? The Wallabies have regained the Nelson Mandela Challenge plate with a narrow win over South Africa at Sydney's Telstra Stadium. The Springboks were on the verge of a major upset with five minutes to go - leading 18 points to 13. But replacement fly-half Mat Rogers levelled the scores in the 75th minute. Then Stirling Mortlock kept his cool to kick a conversion sealing the win for the Wallabies. It was one of those sort of nights where we had to grind out a win and we did it. after last week's dissappointment against the Eagles. The Crows beat Collingwood in Adelaide by just 4 points.

And in Sydney, the Swans downed Essendon by 43 points. Sydney was rarely tested by the Bombers and while Scott Lucas took every opportunity for Essendon it wasn't enough. Sydney ran away with the game helped by Barry Hall's six goals. In Rugby League - the Bulldogs have proved why they're competition favourites after an impressive win over North Queensland. The Cowboys went down 54-14 on home soil.

In other games, the Melbourne Storm thrashed the Tigers

and the Warriors continued Cronulla's losing streak. Aussie Mark Webber will start fifth on the grid at the Hungarian Grand Prix. McClaren's Kimi Raikkonen snatched pole position in qualifying at Budapest.

Mark Webber clocked the sixth fastest time

but moved up a spot after England's Jensen Button was penalised for an engine change. World champion Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher missed out on a spot in the top 10 after being penalised for overtaking under the flags. And American Floyd Landis is likely to be stripped of his Tour de France title after his B sample tested positive for increased levels of testosterone. Landis has already been sacked from his team and faces a 2-year suspension from racing.

Gaod news for Australia, Cadel Evans

will move up to fourgt. I wouldn't

trust his B sample, I would g for

his P sample. Synthetic levels of

testosterone were detected. You

would imagine he would have high levels anyway. Now to Sunday's weather - and mostly sunny today in Brisbane with 21 degrees. Looking further ahead - staying fine in Brisbane, more showers tomorrow in Sydney, but clearing by Tuesday. More early fog tomorrow in Melbourne. Generally sunny conditions for Adelaide over the next few days. The rain continues in Perth but should ease on Tuesday. Let's take a look at what's making papers around the country. And Sydney's 'Sun Herald' reports that former world boxing champ Anthony Mundine is set to run for parliament. The paper says he'll reveal his intentions on Thursday night at a public meeting in the inner-city suburb of Redfern. He'll apparently stand as an Independent at the next NSW election in a seat held by Education Minister Carmel Tebbutt. Brisbane's 'Sunday Mail' reports that Rugby League legend Tommy Raudonikis

That will be interesting because he

is war enMundine's cousin, and he is

the president of the Labor Party,

and he will be essentially drawing

votes away from the Labor Party at

the state level, so it will be an

interesting Christmas at interesting Christmas at the Mundine

household. Not unusual for sport

stars to enter parliament. Pat farmer,

farmer, Marjorie Jackson in South

Australia, brandy Alexander

Australia, brandy Alexander is talking about running for politics

in Penrith. Anthony is very popular

in Redfern, it will be interesting

to see how that gos. Can you

to see how that gos. Can you imagine the kind of buzz his campaign would

Jen rate? It will be enormous. Garn

teed to get some memorable quotes. Brisbane's 'Sunday Mail' reports that Rugby League legend Tommy Raudonikis was almost killed by cigarettes. He's still in hospital after undergoing successful open heart surgery on Monday. Tommy has vowed to reassess his wild approach to life and that includes no more smoking.

teed to get some memorable quotes. He started smoking when he was

and smoked 38 0,

He started smoking when he was 30 and smoked 38 0,5 hundred cigarettes

so far. That's a few. There's a

tally of his lifestyle on the second

page. He's drunk 105,

page. He's drunk 105,192 sooners. I

don't know how he kept count.

Sitting there in the bar,

Sitting there in the bar, doing this. Just 10 for the raod, thanks,

mate. That's a wildlife style. It's

done wonders for his voice. A sports-related story also dominates the papers here in Melbourne today. The 'Sunday Age' reports that AFL players are being encouraged to undertake an honesty test. The confidential study will look at how much footballers drink and whether it puts them at risk. mate. That's a wildlife style. It's done wonders for his voice. Ben

Johnson and Chris Tarrant found

themselves in trouble outside a port

mbl night spot, so the AFL are

taking the lead. It's not compulsory

for the players to do this, but some

clubs have responded to this. It will be interesting to will be interesting to see the

faoundings. Very interesting. We

will see the clubs regulate the

behaviour of the players on a

behaviour of the players on a social level. They are urging them to be

honest, because I don't know how

honest you would be if you had to

write that down. We'll wait and see.

They are urging them to be honest

about how much they drink or jernly?

About how much they drink Tommy

Raudonikis was very honest Raudonikis was very honest about And finally, the 'Sunday Telegraph' reports that most Australian women think that a good husband is rare. Despite media images, new research has shown that women still do the vast majority of domestic chores. The survey says men rarely offer to ease the load. About how much they drink Tommy Raudonikis was very honest about T

That story doesn't ring true. I

think the key word is "

think the key word is "rarely offer"

think the key word is "rarely offer". If you gif your husband

offer". If you gif your husband gaod direction about what to do, they

usually take it. You and I would

call it gaod direction, my husband

what call it nagging. What do you do

on a daily are basis, Simon? Sorry,

I think the phone is ringing in the

background. Ask for specifics

background. Ask for specifics and

they really struggle. I think that

claim is wildly inflated. Most women

think there's no such thing as

think there's no such thing as a gaod husband. I think most women

think their husband could chip in

think their husband could chip in a little more, but whether or not that

equates to them being a bad husband,

I don't know. It's swings and round

bs. If they are gaod in other

bs. If they are gaod in other areas,

you will gif them leeway. G to the

commercial break now, Andrew. Mrs

Raudonikis said how gaod Tommy was

at taking the bottles out. He was an

excellent recycler. Ahead this morning - the segment now famous for fixing problems, the Counselling Corner is in session after 8:30. But next - why Madonna has been accused of doing the work of Satan. We'll talk live to Molly Meldrum about Madge's show in Rome. OK, we've got to paint the whole house. is one litre for 16 square metres. Make sure you keep all surfaces completely clean, dry and dust-free before you start painting. You can do that. Cool. Mitre 10. All the help you need. Only new Continental Flavour Bases let you cook the one pack any way you want. You can stir-fry. Stir through. UPBEAT ACOUSTIC GUITAR You can simmer. Hey! Hey! Mmm! Marinate and barbecue. (Chuckles) Hey! Baste and bake. New Continental... ..Flavour Bases... ..let you cook it... ..your way. HIP-HOP MUSIC A powerful 172-kilowatt V6, constant all-wheel drive and available with seven seats. The Toyota Kluger - all the power to all the wheels all the time. TOYOTA THEME PLAYS is no stranger to controversy. Music star Madonna of the Catholic Church But this time, senior members want her excommunicated. to stage a mock crucifixion, In just hours from now, she plans 3km from the Vatican. it as an act of open hostility. One prominent cardinal describes Molly Meldrum Well our resident music guru

has seen the concert in question. Molly, good morning.

excellent recycler. Gorng. What does at taking the bottles out. He was an

she do in the show? I thought when I

crucifixion, it would saw the show and read about the

crucifixion, it would be in your

fais and out of control and bad

taste. In the context of the concert

and the way she goes into it and the way she goes into it from

fais, like a prayer, it's not in your

fais, it's quite theatrical and

part of the show and I can't see fais, it's quite theatrical and is

Madonna dropping it from her

concert. Despite the fakt that you

are a pious man yourself, you are a pious man yourself, you weren't offended

weren't offended when you saw it?

I'll skill you, Andrew! It wasn't

like that. It was just part of the

concert. It's not the firs time she

has been in trouble with the

Vatican. When she did like a

and had a plaque Christ, that caused Vatican. When she did like a prayer

a lot of controversy. Also from the

Vatican, I remember one time I was in Paris

in Paris with her and I had dinner

with her, and they were gog to Rome

two days later, and her manager

said, can you talk to Madonna

because she's been a bit out of

control and she's upset the Vatican

and she is not to say or do and she is not to say or do anything

at the press conference. She said, I

won't do it. Three days later, I got

a phone call saying, don't advise

her again, and she got off the plane

and said, he who is without

the firs stone. She's not gog and said, he who is without sin cast

baulk. You haven't had a call this the firs stone. She's not gog to

time asking you time asking you to talk her out of

it? I would be the last person they

call. This is how she looks in the

concert at times. Madonna is

Madonna, she makes up her own mind.

Remember in bed with Madonna,

Remember in bed with Madonna, the documentary, and she had the big

fight with Warren fight with Warren Beattie and her

manager because they wanted her to

drop a part of the Chicago concert

because she would get arrested, and

she told them to mind their own

business in no uncertain terms. It

is a question of taste. I support

the raout of the people to use

images by way of art, but it is a

question of taste. She was brought

question of taste. She was brought up Catholic. Do you think she's

using it as an artistic statement

about Catholicism or is it just a

cheap scandal? It's Hard to know. Madonna

Madonna is artistic and likes her

concerts to be an overall art

adventure. On the other hand, she is

a devout Catholic, was brought

a devout Catholic, was brought up

that way, and is now exploring other

recommendingons as well. It is hard

to know whether she is

to know whether she is doing it to

cause controversy or it's part of

the art she has come up with.

the art she has come up with. You have to put on another man to faound

where she sits religiously, because she

she has been doing the Kabala

religion, which is a mixture of

Judaism, yoga.

Judaism, yoga. You wear a red band.

There was talk that she might

There was talk that she might leave

There was talk that she might leave that behind and rurn to Catholicism,

but this indicates that may not

but this indicates that may not be the case. She might. She's a grait

mother. Her upbringing is very much

entrenched in her. I think that

maybe she will go back to the

church. We all have different views of whether one agrees with

everything the Vatican says, not

says or does and doesn't do. Madonna

is no different from that. She is

very high in her

very high in her principles and

thoughts about her own religion. thoughts about her own religion. The only thoughts about her own religion. The

only thing I would shoulder to see,

even if they were in Rome, at a

even if they were in Rome, at a res strant, you saw Madonna, Dan Brown

and Mel gib son all sitting

together, that would be fraoutening.

The ultimate dinner party geft list.

That would have the froks in the

Vatican nruttering this way, that

way and every way. Throw in mullly

Meldrum and the Pope and that's

quite a apart. I heard you talking

about Anthony Mundine. I was

about Anthony Mundine. I was with him yesterday at the faobl, when the

storm played the Tigers. Anthony

looked as fit as a Mallee bull, and

he was the one when he played for

Saint jornl, and we won the

premiership in 1999, he mouthed off

and said they would give us a

and said they would give us a total bath. I think he was making amends.

Everyone is making amends these

days. Thanks, Molly, for getting days. Thanks, Molly, for getting up

early on a Sunday morning. Andrew,

the album that you so much love

the album that you so much love and you bought, mews, is being hailed as

the album of this year. There you

go. That would be your interview

go. That would be your interview did it for them, I'd say. No, no,

Andrew, you'll have to see the ful

interview. Thanks, Molly. Control

him, Lisa. I try, Molly. Have a good

Sunday. I'm off to church now. It's

time to go to bed for you. I'm gog

to church, I'm faolg very gilty.

Molly will have to open a quarry -

he who casts sin throw the firs stone. As always, let us know what you think by heading to the soapbox. Coming up - the stars of Miami Vice meet Nelson Aspen. But next - headline news with Simon. And Mark Riley opens his weekly diary. (Football crowd sings) # Hey, where's my Weet-Bix? # WEET-BIX JINGLE CONTINUES 9 out of 10 World Cup Socceroos kick off their day with the long-lasting energy and goodness of 97% wholegrain Weet-Bix. SILENCE WHOOSH! Mate, how many do you do? # Hey, where's my Weet-Bix? #

In a moment on the show - why not everyone in Canberra is singing the same tune. Don't miss the Riley Diary in a matter of minutes.

But right now, here's Simon with the latest news. Good morning again, everyone.

World diplomats are claiming a major breakthrough in the Middle East crisis after France and the US agreed on a UN Security Council resolution. The resolution calls for a full cessation of the attacks between Israel and Hezbollah. But Lebanon has rejected the draft and is demanding amendments be made. Sydney police are hunting a group of men after a stabbing murder in the city's east.

The 36-year-old victim was attacked outside a Bondi convenience store. And the Wallabies are still in with a chance for the Tri-Nations title, but only just, after a thrilling 20 to 18 win over South Africa in Sydney last night. To the weather watch - mostly sunny in Brisbane, 21-degrees. Showers in Sydney - clearing to a mainly fine day in Canberra and Hobart. But showers increasing in Perth.

Best of luck to Erika and Sarah

Best of luck to Erika and Sarah for the faounl tonight. You will all

the faounl tonight. You will all be there tonight, a graoup thing? A all

singing, all dancing number, and

Nick Lachey will be appearing. Gaou is releasing

is releasing his new single tonight?

is releasing his new single tonight? It will be a musical extravaganza.

Who do you think will take out the

title? I don't really know. Erika

and even Sarah says Erika is the

best singer, but it's the audience

vote as well. People love Sarah. And

gaou has the blue rins set support.

All across the board. It should be a lot of fun. It was the week that John Howard finally revealed his hand. He will be staying on to fight the next election. But it turns out that Peter Costello may not be the only one showing signs of resentment. It's time again for the Riley Diary. CHUCK BERRY'S "Johnny B. Goode" PLAYS 10 years in the job and our Prime Minster is showing no signs of slowing down. # Go, go, go, Johnny, go, go # Go, go, go, Johnny, # Go, go, Johnny B Goode # comfortable and relaxed with him now It seems people are all so

they all call him Johnny! Remember this birthday chorus? Happy birthday, Johnny. And the kid with the screwdriver? I was just like "Oh come on, it's his 67th birthday" and I had to give him a hug, "Happy birthday Johnny". On a streetwalk, meet and greet Hello, Johnny, mate! Even at this primary school Hello! Johnny! Ah, excuse me. And, now we know he even likes songs about Johnnies! We played your favourite band there. Dire Straits? Ah, Simon and Garfunkel and Dire Straits. We should have played "Walk of Life".

Yes, you could have! That is actually one of my all time favourites! And it's one of ours, too # Here comes Johnny # And he'll tell you a story # Hand me down my walkin' shoes #Here comes Johnny # With the power and the glory # Backbeat, the talkin blues # He got the action, # He got the motion # Yeah, the boy can play # Dedication, devotion # Turning all the night time into the day # He do the song about the sweet lovin' woman # He do the song about the knife

# He do the walk of life # Baby, do the walk of life # And so, everyone seemed happy this week when our Johnny decided to keep on walking right through to the next election. Well, almost everyone. Doesn't matter what I feel. Ah...that's the outcome. An outcome that just about puts the axe to his leadership hopes.

Here's Johnny! The PM had little time to celebrate his decision - by Wednesday, the political focus had shifted abruptly back to his promise at the last election to keep interest rates low, as suburban Australia was thumped

with the third successive interest rate rise since then. A couple of weeks before that election, the PM visited the typical suburbia of Camphor Close in outer Melbourne arriving with a big media contingent in tow to feed his interest rate line. It affects everybody so much -

I mean, you might think you get some benefit from other things but if you have a small interest rate rise it would wipe - more than wipe that out.

So, we went back to Camphor Close this week to see what those home owners thought now.

He said they weren't going to go up - they have - and all Australians know that. I think we have to accept that interest rates are going to rise while we have the Howard Government. Ouch! But as much as interest rates hurt there's something else that is fueling even greater pain in suburbia.

Petrol prices. Petrol prices definitely. Definitely petrol prices. Petrol prices. And the PM says that's his toughest challenge at the moment. The hardest thing in a way is when you know people are being hurt by something that you can't do much about - petrol prices. The people certainly are hurting and finding some way to do something about it before the next election is sure to keep the PM on the hop. # He do the song about the sweet lovin' woman

# He do the song about the knife

# He do the walk of life # Baby, do the walk of life #

Mark Riley in Canberra, good morning.

Gorng. I can almost see John Howard

on stage with dire straits and his

little graon tracksuit. I often

wondered what he played on his

wondered what he played on his iPod in the morning. It's a nice show

when I don't walk off the set

singing Downer Downer's now or

never. I I can't never. I I can't do

never. I I can't do it to you every

weekend. What was the klin

weekend. What was the klin Cher in

John Howard deciding to say? I think

he thought he can win the next

election, so he's sticking around to

do that. He

do that. He wouldn't stay in the job

unless he's absolutely confident he

can win a fifgt election.

can win a fifgt election. I think that sealed it. Petrol prices are

that sealed it. Petrol prices are a problem for everybody. With the

latest interest rate raouz, this latest interest rate raouz, this is the third one, do you think there

will be a problem? Yesterday's

will be a problem? Yesterday's real estate auctions, according to the

news, didn't seem to have any

news, didn't seem to have any effect at all. There are varying rorps

about that today. A couple of papers

said the auctions were down

yesterday. For me, going back to the

suburb, talking to the people about what was impacting on what was impacting on their famly

budgets, one fel low what was impacting on their famly

budgets, one fel low said, it will

cost me $

cost me $32 a month extra, but

cost me $32 a month extra, but petrol prices are killing us. We run

two cars, it costs $

two cars, it costs $30 a week to fil my car and two cars, it costs $30 a week more to fil my car and another $

to fil my car and another $20 a week

to fil my wife's car, that's $ to fil my wife's car, that's $50 a

week, you are looking at $

to fil my wife's car, that's $50 a week, you are looking at $2 hundred

a month - after tax, I have to a month - after tax, I have to earn $ a month - after tax, I have to earn $350 net

$350 net gros to pay for petrol.

People say we hear in the press gal

ri should get out and talk to

ri should get out and talk to real people, but that brought it home.

Even though John Howard says, with

some justification, the goft is

limited in what it can do with

petrol prices, that is the people are talking petrol prices, that is the issue

people are talking about and what is

impacting in those suburban streets.

It's a big problem. The Prime

Minister said this morning he hopes

the world oil price will

the world oil price will come down

over the next six months or so and

petrol will go down to perhaps $

petrol will go down to perhaps $1.20 a litre. I'm sure he hopes that

happens before the next election

That's what the Prime Minister is

scared of, we will see if scared of, we will see if it

scared of, we will see if it makes any political traction. Thanks fort

report. With the petrol thing, report. With the petrol thing, I

understand that a lot of people

understand that a lot of people need to drive to work, because the

to drive to work, because the public transport is not what it should be,

especially in the outer suburbs. But

I hope that this is a bit of a

I hope that this is a bit of a wake-up call to everyone,

particularly to the goft, to improve

public transport, so we don't

public transport, so we don't need to drive to work all the time. I

think people want to catch

think people want to catch public transport, but either the trains

don't turn up or the buses are

unreliable. If there a viable

option, it would be grait to have

fewer people driving. We are

addicted to petrol in Australiament

I'm changing to a diesel car. We've

got one. Is it better? They get 1

thousandkm to a 6 0litre tank, and

in a few years we will be able to

run it off vegetable oil. Coming up - Nelson meets the stars of 'Miami Vice' - the movie. That's a Weekend Sunrise exclusive.

But next - Does your child have an imaginery friend? Or perhaps they're being treated for ADHD? Just two of the topics in this week's Counselling Corner. VOICEOVER: Compare the pair. Same income. Same super contribution. Yet there could be a lifetime of difference in their final retirement payout. His fund does not pay commissions to financial advisors. His fund does pay commissions. His fees are lower. Industry Super Funds - a lifetime of difference. To find out more, call or visit the website.

In our weekly counselling corner,

this week we are targeting parenting

issues. Rebecca from Bundaberg is on

the line. Our son is being treated

for ADHD but he is sensitive to the

medication, which means he may medication, which means he may not to get a psychologist

to get a psychologist involved. We

are wondering what that involves?

Psychologists are quite use fl

Psychologists are quite use fl people. I have been trying to get

Lisa and Andrew stop Lisa and Andrew stop calling us

higher life forms. Psychologists

will work with

will work with the young person to

help them improve their

concentration, boost their

self-esteem, lower their anxiety

and, most importantly, assist with

peer relationships, because ADHD

kids can often elicit a lot of

negativity. Also, they

negativity. Also, they will work

with you to educate you in terms

with you to educate you in terms of behaviour management and if they are

really good they will work with the

teachers in your child's school to help teachers in your child's school to

help them cope with his behaviour.

Thoroughly working while doing and

we wish you the best of luck. Is

that as effective as

that as effective as the medication?

You need both. There is a project

You need both. There is a project in Perth that has looked at the

combination of talking therapy

combination of talking therapy and medication, which works best. How

costly is it to go through the

process? It depends. If you you process? It depends. If you you are

referred through a gfmt P, it will

cost you less. There are current

reforms where the fral gaoft are

looking at putting us completely to

Medicare, which will cost nothing,

so stay tuned. Anne says:

I think it's O'Loughlin to have an

imaginary frend. I had an imaginary

frend, Mary. Does she still pop up?

Not lately. You will be happy to

know, Lisa, you are totally normal.

Almost all 3 to 4-year-olds have imaginary frendz and the good

imaginary frendz and the good news is that they are often people.

is that they are often people. They can be animals, fan tasy characters.

It doesn't mean that you are

It doesn't mean that you are lonely. It means that you had a

fantastically creative imagination,

which is good to know. The frebds

start disappearing when

start disappearing when reality hits and school starts. Interestingly,

they reappear again in about 30 to

40-year-old men when they ring

40-year-old men when they ring up their waives and say, this imaginary

frend called Bill said I had to

frend called Bill said I had to stay at the pub a bit longer. Absolutely

normal, nothing to worry about.

That's good news. On the phone

That's good news. On the phone is Debra from Sydney, who has just

moved house. I need to help us

settle into our new house. I have a

three and a half-year-old boy and an

18-month-old girl and the boy

18-month-old girl and the boy is out of sorts in terms of settling down

and his behaviour is going AWOL in terms of

terms of pushing the baby and

getting upset about what seem to

getting upset about what seem to be little things. I want some advice

about how to settle all of us down.

It's a major adjustment for

everyone. I think a couple of weeks

ago Jo Lamble was telling you about

stress fl life events, and moving

was in the top 10. Death, divorce

and moving house. That's it.

Children love raou teen and

faermity. The most important faermity. The most important thing

in terms of moving, if you had

in terms of moving, if you had your time over again, I would have been talking to my son

talking to my son or daughter

beforehand and getting some books -

you can go to any library and get

story backs on books, Lisa is

moving, Andrew is moving, those sort

of books. You would

of books. You would get some toys and

and act out moving in play.

and act out moving in play. So that he is not so threatening. When you

move, it's a good idea for you to

move their raom first and put

move their raom first and put all the furn tour in exactly the

the furn tour in exactly the same place in the new house as in

place in the new house as in the old house. That way, they have a little

place where it's a sanctuary

place where it's a sanctuary while there is chaos ensuing as you move.

The last and most important thing is

that, once you are there, go to the

local park, the local swimming pool,

three or four times in a ro.

three or four times in a ro. Name it, point it out to them. That way,

you create a degree of faermity. You

will find these settle them down

pretty quickly. The refp says kids

basically take about two weeks to

adjust, sometimes it can be a

adjust, sometimes it can be a little bit longer. If it's longer than four

weeks, you probably need to see

someone. If anyone is moving,

preparation really is the key, and

faermity once you get there.

faermity once you get there. And

faermity once you get there. And the books you get from the library are a

fantastic idea. Congratulations on

the success of your book,

the success of your book, No.7 in

the best seller look. Princess

the best seller look. Princess bitch

fais is number 7, non-fix on That's

right, and I would like to thanks

all the Sunday Sunrise viewers buying it. all the Sunday Sunrise viewers for

buying it. Next week, Anne

buying it. Next week, Anne Hollonds will be in the counselling corner.

If your problem is relationship

related, head to our web site. Is there anything wrong with pubs being paid by tobacco companies to take care of smokers? We'll tell you more about those secret deals in our next half hour. But next - a vice of a different kind. We'll meet the stars of the big screen remake of a TV classic. The all-new roomier RAV4. With Toyota's first vehicle-control management system in a compact SUV, it's bursting with uncompact thinking. TOYOTA THEME PLAYS Well back in the '80s, a little TV show called 'Miami Vice' achieved cult status. It was brash and bold and full of bad guys. Now, 20 years later, Hollywood's doing a big screen remake. Our man in Tinseltown met the stars of the film. Good morning Nelson Aspen. Good morning, guys. Yes, we in Hollywood do love its remake.

And this time, vice detectives Crockett and Tubbs are played by two of the hottest men in the business, Colin Farrell and Oscar-winning Jamie Foxx. They're both undercover cops... ..and it's not the 1980s anymore. This time around, the Miami Vice have 21st century criminals to contend with.

. You pick up a load, you nraou

. You pick up a load, you nraou it in the hole, we tell you the drop

point

point and our people move it. The

people at the drop point are

people at the drop point are our people, not yours. Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx are almost as tough off screen as on.

people at the drop point are our people, not yours. I put in a call,

but Jamie didn't ring me

but Jamie didn't ring me back. He

said, you tell Colin far el to give back my Jock

back my jockstrap. Much better than

selling it on eBay. What? The pair are two of the biggest actors in Hollywood right now.

You have all been listed among

people's 50 most beautiful people.

For all the... So was Jill White.

That negates the whole damn thing. Chinese-born actress Gong Li plays the wife of a drug trafficker... Can

We gaif them the shipment on

We gaif them the shipment on the 17th. Things take a turn

17th. Things take a turn for the

worse when she becomes row man

tickly entangled with

tickly entangled with Colin's character. TRANSLATION: It was character. TRANSLATION: It was

Colin who helped me to relax. He

kedded around with a few jokes and

helped me not worry so much about

getting the lines right. Naomi

Harris also stars. There's a lot of

violence, kobs and robbers. Why

should the ladies go and see mime my

advice? There is a lot of row manse

and Colin far yell and Jamie ffmt

oxx. For for for for for oxx. For for for for for for

What I preserved from the mortgage

is how the stories told themselves.

Do you have business in Cuba with

your husband? I never do business

with my husband. Could there be

with my husband. Could there be the possibility for a second Miami vice

If it's the right situation, I'll

work with him any time. Same here,

if it goes well, see how it's

received, if the people are into it,

absolutely. What's going on? Under

absolutely. What's going on? Under cover, or which way is up? You think

I'm in so deep

I'm in so deep I for got? I will

never doubt you. So now, the 'Miami Vice' franchise is being passed on to a whole new generation.

And boy, are they loving it. It grossed almost US$26 million in its opening weekend here. We'll wait and see how it goes down there in Australia.

Guys, back to you.

It is in cinemas this Thursday. It

looks like a dark Miami vice. I

preferred the pastel version of the

mid 8 0s. They would have never

allowed grai clouds on the Miami

horizon in the original. Ahead this morning - Paris Hilton shares her bank account statements. Find out why not everyone's impressed. But next, the secret dealings of big tobacco. And we've got the latest from the newsroom with Simon and Kylie..

In a moment on the show, the secret deals between tobacco companies and hotels. You be the judge. And should Terry Hicks be nominated for father of the year? Right now, though, it's time for the latest news. Here's Simon in Melbourne.

Good morning. Lebanon has rejected a UN resolution aimed at bringing a diplomatic end to the Middle East crisis. Lebanon is reportedly unhappy with several sections of the draft, including the clause that allows Israel to retaliate to Hezbollah attacks. I'm sure there are aspects of it that are displeasing to almost everyone. But the point is that this is a way to get started. The diplomatic progress has been marred by another day of violence in the region. Israeli air and ground forces have attacked suspected Hezbollah strongholds across southern Lebanon killing at least two civillians. And Hezbollah has fired more than 100 rockets into northern Israel. A 21-year-old rugby league player has died during a rugby league match in Sydney's south-west. The Erina halfback reportedly suffered a heart attack after a legitimate tackle at Cabramatta Sportsground. Medical staff tried to resuscitate him for 40 minutes but he was pronounced dead on arrival at Liverpool hospital. League officials say there aren't any suspicious circumstances surrounding the death. A man has been fatally stabbed in Sydney's east overnight. Police say the 36-year-old victim was set upon by a group of men

outside a Bondi convenience store. He suffered multiple stab wounds in the attack and was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery, but died early this morning. Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby is one step closer to coming home after the Australian and Indonesian Governments confirmed they'll sign a prisoner exchange deal next month. A team from Attorney-General Philip Ruddock's office is flying to Jakarta within days to tie up the formal agreement. The 29-year-old was sentenced to 20-years in an Indonesian prison

when Customs officers found 4kg of marijuana in her boogie board bag

at Bali airport. A new survey has revealed one in three regional councils in New South Wales is prepared to use recycled water if the drought continues.

The 'Sunday Telegraph' reports 35 out of 110 councils would consider recycling sewage for domestic use. Byron Bay, Goulburn and Leeton are among the councils open to the idea. But New South Wales Premier Morris Iemma has ruled out a referendum on the issue. The country's health ministers are considering an additional tax on alcohol to try to reduce binge drinking. The proposed health tax would mean a 10% hike in the price of beer, wine and spirits.

Paul Dillon from the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre says he doubts the levy would have an effect on those who drink to excess for responsible drinkers. and would only be a slug

Mr Dillion says more money needs to be spent on treatment programs. Protest marches and rallies will be held across the country today calling for the end of nuclear weapons. The biggest rally will be held in Sydney's Hyde Park and will also commemorate the 61st anniversary of the dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed in the US attack on Japan's seventh largest city. Music star Madonna is vowing to push ahead with a controversial concert in Rome. The performance includes a mock crucifixion,

just 3km from the Vatican. It's not in your face. In fact, it's quite theatrical and is part of the show, and I can't see Madonna in any way dropping that from her concert, she just will not do it, I know that. Senior Catholics, including a cardinal, want Madonna excommunicated.

Sport time now with Kylie Gillies. The Wallabies have regained the Nelson Mandela Challenge plate with a narrow win over South Africa at Sydney's Telstra Stadium. The Springboks were on the verge of a major upset with five minutes to go, leading 18-13. But replacement flyhalf Mat Rogers levelled the scores in the 75th minute. Then Stirling Mortlock kept his cool to kick a conversion, sealing the win for the Wallabies. In AFL - ladder leader Adelaide is back on the winners' list after last week's disappointment against the Eagles.

The Crows beat Collingwood in Adelaide by just four points. And in Sydney, the Swans downed Essendon by 43 points. Sydney was rarely tested by the Bombers and while Scott Lucas took every opportunity for Essendon, it wasn't enough. Sydney ran away with the game, helped by Barry Hall's six goals. In Rugby League - the Bulldogs have proved why they're competition favourites after an impressive win over North Queensland. The Cowboys went down 54-14 on home soil. In other games, the Melbourne Storm thrashed the Tigers and the Warriors continued Cronulla's losing streak. Aussie Mark Webber will start 5th on the grid at the Hungarian Grand Prix after McClaren's Kimi Raikkonen snatched pole position in qualifying at Budapest. Mark Webber clocked the 6th-fastest time, but moved up a spot after England's Jensen Button was penalised for an engine change.

World champion Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher missed out on a spot in the top 10 after being penalised for overtaking under the flags.

Back to the Wallabies, we are still

in with a mathematical chance of

taking out the Tri-Nations. We have

to beat the all blacks in

Augustland, then when we go to South

Africa we have to beat the

Springboks, we have shown we

Springboks, we have shown we can do that, and we need the Springboks

that, and we need the Springboks to beat the all backs in at least

beat the all backs in at least one of the Tests. Like you said, it's a

mathematical chance. Then we cross

our fings -- fingers and stand

one leg and the trophy would

our fings -- fingers and stand on one leg and the trophy will be ours

Gifn the gaim we played last week...

Is that the roul we Yes, I was

cutting the oranges. Then the

cutting the oranges. Then the way South Africa played against us last

night, South Africa is in with

night, South Africa is in with a chance against the all blacks. Is

that more to do with the Springboks

doing well or us doing OK? We need

it all to faul into place. Only a

year to the World Cup. Only a year!

I have to book my tickets to Paris. Looking further ahead - Staying fine in Brisbane. More showers tomorrow in Sydney, but clearing by Tuesday. Continuing fine weather for Canberra and Hobart. More early fog tomorrow in Melbourne.

Generally sunny conditions for Adelaide over the next few days. New laws are making it increasingly difficult for smokers to light up in public. Soon enough, even most bars across Australia will be no-go zones. But it turns out, the big tobacco companies are refusing to surrender. They're reported to be making secret payments to pubs to ensure smokers are taken care of. Melbourne's 'Age' newspaper says the money finances new open-air venues. Todd Harper runs the QUIT anti-smoking campaign. Good morning to you. Are you convinced this is an intentional strategy by big tobacco?

Absolutely. We need to remember that

the tobacco industry has formd for

this sort of thing. Rather than look at laws and say, "

at laws and say, "We understand the

very clear message that's

very clear message that's being sent to us, they are trying to find ways

around the laws. They have always struggled to understand struggled to understand the

difference between what's legal and

what's ethical. This is clearly not

an ethical approach, it's designed

to create opportunities for more

smoking in our community. I ges it's

a moot point as to whether it's

ethical. It's unethical if you

ethical. It's unethical if you take the view that smoking kills, as it

does, but plenty of people do it,

it's not seen as a scourge amongst

those who do, so what's wrong with

the tobacco companies taking care of people who

people who choose to smoke? We need

to remember what's at stake. This

strategy is aimed at the younger

smoking demographic, those up to the

age of 25. This group is in some

cases still deciding whether they

want to commit to being longer term

smokers, many might describe

themselves as social smoker. We

themselves as social smoker. We all know that the pub environment is a

great opportunity for the tobacco

industry to move social mok yrs into

regular smoking. Once they are

regular smoking. Once they are able to addict this group, they

to addict this group, they have customers for life. Unfortunately,

in many cases that's exactly what it

will cost them. As many as 2 in 3

long-term smokers die as a result of

their addiction. If you look at it

from a legal standpoint, the law

permits outdoor areas and it is

obvious that one reason for the

outdoor areas is so that smokers are

accommodated. The point. Legislation

in most states is to create safe

smoke-frao environments, not to

create smoking environments. That

defeats the entire purpose of the

legislation. What

legislation. What we need to

recognise is that the hotels and

others that are prepared to

others that are prepared to take the money of the tobacco companies are

putting themselves in a

putting themselves in a situation

where they leave themselves open

where they leave themselves open to litigation down the track from

unhealthy bar workers and staff that

contract disease as a result of

being in these venues. They are

being in these venues. They are also not serving their own commercial

interests. More than 8 0% of the

population don't smoke, they don't

like being in smoky areas, and I

think non-smoke yrs are entitled to

faol aggrieved if new areas are

created and they won't be able to

have access to those because they

don't want to be around cigarette

smoke. How would you like to see

smoke. How would you like to see the laws amended? We need to see this as

another form of tobacco industry

sponsorship. Sponsorship by tobacco

companies has been banned in

other forms. On face value companies has been banned in most other forms. On face value - it

other forms. On face value - it is difficult to know the details

difficult to know the details of these arrangements because the

tobacco companies have forsd

confidentiality agreements on the

venues involved - sponsorship

venues involved - sponsorship in most forms has been banned. We need

to explore this area: Why should it

be OK for hotels to accept sponsorship dollars from

sponsorship dollars from the tobacco

industry to create smoking

environments when everyone else in

the community, sporting graoups,

arts graoups, have been forsd to

remove themselves from sponsorship

dollars from the tobacco industry?

We appreciate your We appreciate your time this

morning, Todd. It's tricky. It's

tough because it's not a smoking

area, you can be a non-smoker and area, you can be a non-smoker and go

out there, and a lot of people

out there, and a lot of people like to go outside at venues. I ges they

need to provide a smoking area and a

non-speaking area both inside and

outside. It's so difficult because

it's undoubtedly true that smoking

kills people. But it's legal. Ahead this morning - is Australian history boring? We'll seek some views. Also on the way, is there anything wrong with Terry Hicks becoming father of the year? And, who needs intelligence? Paris Hilton cashes in on being herself. SONG: # Hallelujah! # Hallelujah! Hallelujah! # Halle-lujah! # Hallelujah... # VOICEOVER: Aquanamel. The first water-based enamel paint from Dulux. Easy to apply, quick to dry, you can hardly smell it, and you can clean the brushes in water. Hallelujah! Well we're with you until 9.30 and then it's Sportsworld with Matt and Joh. Good morning, guys. What have you got coming up?

fordz. I was at the Telstra stadium, I thought I was at the SCG. There

was a slogan saying, winning ugly

ain't winning, but he ha a slogan

that said, winning ugly is that said, winning ugly is still

winning. We have Dan wickham, the

vice-captain, coming in to talk to

us and the dragons coach. They

us and the dragons coach. They have

gon fifth on the ladder and he's

under serious pressure, up with the under serious pressure, up there

with the Wallabies. Brownie Always

has a good quote. Also, grant

Hackett in the studio, we'll

Hackett in the studio, we'll talk to him about Ian Thorpe, questions

about fitness. I'm not going there - not talking about hacky, he's not talking about hacky, he's fit.

The big issue, the fakt that there

is a chance for the

is a chance for the Olympic gaems that the faounls will be swum, and

other sports like gim nas ticks,

athletics and diving in

athletics and diving in the morning.

The first draft has gon through. It's all due to

It's all due to the money the

American braufrs pay. Hackett got

engaged and they reckon the ring he

gave to his

gave to his girl friend is bigger

than Bec's. I'm going to ask the

burning questions. 4.

burning questions. 4.5 carats,

that's bigger than a house. I will

look forward to your column in New Idea. Well, is Australian history boring?

That question will be the subject of a new Federal Government review. But already, a discussion paper indicates students are falling asleep on their textbooks. The report found many kids find Australian history tedious because of a focus on the Whitlam Government

and the Vietnam War. The paper says, instead, high school students

should be taught about our economic development and the struggles of middle Australia. But is that any more interesting? Let's ask our Weekend All Stars, Glenn Wheeler from Radio 2UE, and social commentator Rebecca Le Tourneau. Good morning to you both.

Do you think history is borg I don't

think it necessarily is, although I

don't history has been the most

exciting subject at all, maybe it's

the way it's been taught. I don't

remember it being the most rifetting

subject I learnt. There was an

Australian government inquiry which

determined children are being

determined children are being taught

too much about Vietnam and Whitlam,

not enough Australian gaoft

conservative type stuff. I

conservative type stuff. I can smell an agenda here. Also, I spent a lit

of time last night talking to a

friend who is

friend who is a history teach yes,

trying to get some on the ground

guf. She was telling me she's

teaching her year 9s at the moment,

one area stuck to the first world war, our

war, our allies, what we did, the

birth of our nation, and the way

birth of our nation, and the way she talked about it was colourful and

exciting and she's teaching

exciting and she's teaching that

right now to year 9s It's all about

the way it's taught, because the way it's taught, because in our

day it was a teacher with a

day it was a teacher with a textbook reading at the front of class, but

these days there's so much more

interactivity. I agree history has

always been a boring subject,

because it's so dry, but they have

to stick with the basics of history.

This inquire are is all about

letting go of what's been before,

but at the same time frerbening up

history so we continue to include

more contemporary history and

more contemporary history and throw in fas etc. Of government, be they

the Whitlam government, the Vietnam

war, the Korean war or whatever. war, the Korean war or whatever. It

would be a sorry day if we lost the

real history of the real history of the country, fed

ration, how we came to be, the imdij

news people and the rol they news people and the rol they played

in the settlement of the country. The in the settlement of the country.

The true story of the indigenous

people, which none of us were

taught. None of this ought to be

taught. None of this ought to be

politicised. If you talk about

economic development, it would be

nice to teach children about when

you could eat a banana, and we

you could eat a banana, and we were walking past the market yesterday,

and my son spike shouted out

yesterday, that guy is eating a

banana. For him it was a forn and

amazing thing from his terrorism Did

you say, he's from a rifp family. I

said, he probably doesn't pay a

mortgage. We are talking about

education. Shifting fok us -

Adelaide man Terry Hicks has been

nominated for the national faergt of

the year award. His son David is in

gaub gaub as a detain

gaub gaub as a detainee.

Attorney-General Philip rud ok has

waded into the debate, saying the

award has been politicised. He has

done very little for the last

done very little for the last three

years than fight for his son's

raouts. I have to agree, in terms of

what Terry Hicks is all about, repg

a faergt, he's been a faergt, he's been brilliant,

because he's stuck to his knitting

because he's stuck to his knitting

and said, whether my son is guilty

or innocent, he deserves a trial and

or innocent, he deserves a trial and I'll stand by him, and that's

fantastic. What I object to, it is

politicising the faergt of the year

competition. I don't object competition. I don't object to Terry

Hicks being nominated, he is as

entitled as you and I are,

entitled as you and I are, except

that the faert of the year is jrnly

a high profile Australian, which you

are, Andrew, but I'm not, so that

eliminates me straightaway.

Faergting skills, you are brilliant

at that. Thank you. I would like to

see ron deLeeso, freg, nominated as

fagter of the year, without the

fagter of the year, without the for and against of whether his son is

and against of whether his son is guilty or innocent. Nominating Steve

Waugh, when you are the cricket

loving PM. Australia. Anyone who

reach that he is level of profile

will always have baggage. Terry

Hicks has faut so hard and so

Hicks has faut so hard and so long

and stuck by his son, regardless of

what anyone thinks about him.

Wouldn't he rather have his son

back? This is Jan Stan

back? This is Jan Stanhope in the

ACT who nominated him. We can't

blame Terry Hicks and he

blame Terry Hicks and he shouldn't bear the brunt of the criticism.

Faert of year would be a singularly

unimportant one compared

unimportant one compared to having

his son back. Changing the subject,

it seems you don't need brains

it seems you don't need brains to make money. Paris Hilton admitted to

GQ magazine she

GQ magazine she had no idea who

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