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(generated from captions) ANDREW O'KEEFE: Good morning. great daylight saving debate. It's the for many States overnight. The clocks went forward

But some still refuse to join in. Eghh! That noise!

has five seperate time zones. So today, Australia for all areas to fall in line. We'll look at the push overusing antiobiotics? Plus, worried about There are natural alternatives. advice on when to use them. This morning, night of night's. And it's Australian music's at this year's ARIA Awards? So who will clean up We've got the hot tips this Sunday, 29 October, 2006. THIS PROGRAM IS LIVE CAPTIONED # Reach up for the sunrise to the big sky... # # Put your hands in VOICE-OVER: this is Weekend Sunrise. Right across Australia, here's Lisa and Mark. Now, live from Brekky Central, # Reach up for the sunrise It's certainly a contentious issue, thanks for joining us. Good morning, It's certainly a contentious issue, but never more so than right now

Is anybody watching this morning?

Still staring at the inside

Still staring at the inside of their eyelid like Simon.

arrived overnight Yes, daylight saving Victoria and South Australia. for New South Wales, the ACT, Tasmania was already there.

Very advanced in Tasmania. They did

it three weeks ago. for the other States to participate. But the push is stronger than ever five different time zones. Australia now has

Apparently there are unofficial ones

where local counsels don't go with

the flow and Prince Huts is doing

his own. And then Andrew O'Keefe

does his own. Apparently on the

south Queensland and

South Wales border, you can South Wales border, you can make up south Queensland and northern New

your own mind. From house to

you can make up your own time zones. your own mind. From house to house

There is the thing, some people

consider themselves New South

Walishians. A pain in the neck p you

invite your neighbours over for

dinner. 92 It could come in handy an excuse. dinner. 92 It could come in handy as thinks that's far too many, Ipswich councillor Paul Tully of daylight saving in Queensland. and he's calling for a trial We'll talk to him shortly, what you think. but we'd love to hear of daylight saving? Are you in favour not to observe it in some areas. Or do you think it's better Drop us an email or send us an SMS. Also this morning,

You guys a bit like me, by about 30

December you have changed over all

the clocks, the computer, the car, the clocks, the computer, the

the microwave, the even, there

all those things. I I am happy I the microwave, the even, there is

caught up, innever changed my phone,

now I'm back to normal. All good. your favourite Sunday regulars. we've got all profiles Howard's time in Fiji - This week's Riley Diary as only it can. Dr Michael Carr-Gregg Parenting expert is in the Counselling Corner. And after 9.30, our Dare to Dance series we'll continue of our young performers. with a look at the home lives Plus, many of you might not know Aspen is a World War II buff. our showbiz correspondent Nelson

and his father served, He wrote a book on the subject,

You must share how you know he was

buff some time. so it's close to his heart. His movie of the week looks at from that time. a rather famous photograph

Clint Eastwood, We'll hear from director, of 'Flags Of Our Fathers' and the stars a little later in the show.

Looks pretty good. A bit like the

opening scene of Saving Private Ryan

which was harrowing.

which was harrowing. You get to the

end of that and you think, can I sit

through two hours of this. Brings home. through two hours of this. Brings it Embattled Muslim cleric Sheik Taj Aldin al-Hilali says

he'll stand down

were deliberately offensive. if it's proven his comments after suggesting The sheik is under fire provoke sexual attacks. scantily dressed women pieces of meat left in the street. He likened the women to Despite this morning's concession, the sheik believes will back him. an upcoming summit of Muslim leaders this weekend Security has been tightened

in East Timor. at the Australian Embassy It follows rumours for the deaths of two men. that Australians are to blame

have removed stickers on vehicles Embassy officials as Australian owned. which identify them of troops in East Timor says The Australian Commander are completely unfounded. the rumours Two prisoners at a Sydney jail hundreds of fellow inmates. have reportedly tried to poison Fairfax Newspapers report floor cleaner into a stew the pair poured industrial-strength at Silverwater Jail. to feed prisoners at Silverwater The 250-litre mixture was due and other prisons. The plan fell apart blew the whistle when one of the inmates and told the guards what he'd done. Some Perth parents are angry daycare centre had been shut down they weren't told their children's after claims of abuse. The Huntingdale Childcare Centre had its licence suspended

were tied up while sleeping. after reports seven toddlers had been closed through the media. Many parents found out the centre the allegations Police are still investigating and no charges have been laid. Experts are warning drought if global warming continues. there'll be no end to Australia's Barrie Pittock says Renowned climatologist as well as the consequences. we need to treat the cause Mr Pittock says low-pressure systems further south, global warming is pushing for many parts of Australia. which means less rainfall These trends effect on the farming industry. are already having a devastating plenty for prawns this Christmas. Seafood lovers can expect to pay $4 or $5 a kilogram Fish prices will go up about across the board. are expected to pay New South Wales shoppers for fresh king prawns. more than $50 a kilogram and high diesel prices for the rise. Fishermen blame the drought In world news this morning,

and 2,000 injured at least 12 people have been killed during violent protests in Bangladesh. The riots broke out two days ago after the Prime Minister's 5-year mandate came to an end. A caretaker leader was appointed, but he declined the job. Bangladesh has a long history of political unrest. A $650,000 reward is being offered by US authorities to catch a fire bug responsible for a deadly blaze in California. Four firefighters were killed when flames engulfed their truck. A fifth remains gravely ill with burns to 90% of his body. And we want to let everyone know that we are searching for the arsonists. We will find them and we will punish them. Calmer winds are helping crews fight the massive fire which has forced hundreds of people to flee their homes. The last boxer to ever fight Muhammad Ali has been murdered in Jamaica. Trevor Berbick beat Ali in their 10-round contest in the Bahamas in 1981. Berbick then lost his heavyweight title to Mike Tyson in 1986. The motive for his murder is not clear.

He was 51. Residents in New South Wales, Victoria, the ACT and South Australia have probably woken up a little tired this morning with the start of daylight saving. There's been increasing pressure to introduce daylight saving in Queensland. Many people in the border town of Coolongatta say they'll join the other States by winding their clocks forward today as well, while Western Australia's politicians are yet to vote on a 3-year trial of daylight saving. Daylight saving started in Tasmania earlier this month. Andrew and Lisa will talk more about that shortly.

The lady in red who looked great at

the races yesterday. Caux Plate

Moonee Valley, a bit chilly. A bit the races yesterday. Caux Plate at

of snow in the mountains nearby but

it made for a great day. Thanks, Simon. Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh has been ruled out of today's Champions Trophy match against Australia, after injuring his knee at training. Australia's Simon Katich is on standby for Michael Clarke, who's been suffering tonsillitis. Clarke will have to prove he's fit to play in the expected heatwave conditions.

The winner of the match will advance to the semifinals. Overnight, England beat the West Indies by three wickets. But the match was a dead rubber and the West Indies are through to the semifinals. New Zealand has beaten Great Britain in their Tri Nations match in Christchurch. The Kiwis extended their 6-2 lead at half-time to take the match 18-14. Adrian Morley returned from a 7-game suspension only to land himself on report for a high shot in the third minute. Brent Webb was the star for the home side, sprinting 95 metres to score New Zealand's opening try.

COMMENTATOR: He's over the 40. He gets inside the Great Britain half. And Webb will sprint away to score! Brent Webb scores the first try of the night! Britain managed to score two consolation tries in the last five minutes.

In the A-League

Queensland Roar and the Central Coast have had a draw at Suncorp Stadium. The two sides finished 1-1. The Roar and Mariners have now drawn all five of their A-League meetings. In the English Premier League,

Arsenal and Everton have also had a 1-1 draw after Socceroo Tim Cahill scored from the corner for Everton. In the NBL,

the Brisbane Bullets have moved into the top four after a narrow win over West Sydney. The Bullets beat the Razorbacks by two points in Sydney. While Melbourne downed Townsville 98-83. of losing the match. The Tigers never looked in danger The Crocodiles looked tired via New Zealand. after a tough road trip has pole position Italian Valentino Rossi

Valencia Moto GP. for the season-ending will also start on the front row Australia's Troy Bayliss after qualifying second quickest. American Nicky Hayden in Rossi's way is the only man standing

of a sixth consecutive world title. Hayden has qualified fifth fastest.

That's how the world of sport is

looking this Sunday morning, one

hour earlier, whatever! Just when we

thought we had it sorted, don't do it. Now to Sunday's weather. Cloudy periods for Hobart. over the next couple of days. a shower or two in Brisbane but a late shower on Tuesday. Sydney, fine tomorrow

wet weather on Tuesday Canberra could also be in for are forecast in Hobart. while afternoon showers in Melbourne. It should stay relatively fine some cloudy periods on Tuesday. Adelaide can expect

Fine conditions in Perth.

heading into the middle of the week. But Darwin is in for a late shower for some of today's front pages. Let's hit the newspaper stand now The 'Sunday Telegraph' says the Prime Minister will today unveil his $90 million god squad.

The plan will fund in schools across the country. the placement of chaplains The Government believes deal with stress. the program will help students better off hiring counsellors But critics insist you'd be who don't have a religious agenda.

Interesting isn't it. Opens up a can

of worms. As

of worms. As a student, would you

want togo and see someone who you

knew is a Chaplin, even if they are

qualified as a counselor, wouldn't

you first impression of that person

being the religious over tone of it.

I think they are meant to be

nondenominational, but whether that

is the case. They will have to call

them something other than challen.

Not delivering religious message,

but counselling to move forward.

Maybe any sort of life line that can

be thrown to students is a start.

It's something. I entirely agree. I It's something. I

think there is a great need for

counselors within schools and

possibly a need for some sort of spiritualgoidance for

there are so many different spiritualgoidance for students, but

Spiritualities. A Muslim won't

to see a Christian Chaplin. Let us Spiritualities. A Muslim won't want

know what you think. of prawns in the news. We heard about the price But wait - it gets worse that beer is about to cost you more. The 'Sunday Tasmanian' reports on the production of malting barley The drought has heavily impacted for the process of fermentation. which is needed to stand-by for a price shock. The industry is warning drinkers

You take out beer, you take out

prawns, what is left? Cheries. Very,

very expensive this year. So your

Chrisy basics, gone. Throw a snag on

the Barby with some orange cordial.

Another Great day at the Gili pllies

house. I think I'm doing that day. house. I think I'm doing something A terrific story this morning of Brisbane's 'Sunday Mail'. from the front page for Lorian Graham. Things are certainly looking up badly hurt by a runaway car She was one of five Aussie cyclists in Germany last year. After a long road back, yesterday Lorian won the team event Multi Sport Festival in Noosa. at the Triathlon

It's fantastic to see her and the

other girls getting back on the

story. bike, literally. A good news sor

And finally, his passion for fashion. Ian Thorpe is again indulging for men's magazine 'GQ'. He's done a classy photo shoot from his friend, Giorgio Armani. wearing sleek collections Thorpie is pictured

the magazine The 24-year-old tells that by the age of 40, with children. he expects to be living in Sydney

Something Cary Grantish. Accept he

didn't have 12 axe handles

just got out of the the shoulder. The hair looks like he didn't have 12 axe handles across

just got out of the pool, the pool

sort of look happening. Save a

fortune on Permags if you keep

chlorine in the pool. A quick shot

of Kyles there. I'm here. No this is of Kyles there. I'm here. No this

the other one. This the other one. This is Kylie's the other one. This is Kylie's new

look as she bounces back on to

shaij. I love the hair. She looks look as she bounces back on to world

like a cross between a pirate and

like a cross between a pirate and a

Greyhound jockey. She looks great. I

Bought Kylie Minogue tickets from

last May that have been stuck on last May that have

fridge with a Thomas the Tank fridge last May that have been stuck on the magnet.

magnet. It will be great to see you

going from Thomas to the Kylie

concert with a glass of cordial. Ahead on Weekend Sunrise, of tonight's ARIA Awards. our preview Australia's top music gongs? Who will take out the great daylight saving debate. But next, the Queensland councillor We'll meet who's sick of being the odd one out.

across most of the east coast. Overnight, the clocks went forward didn't observe the change. But, as always, Queensland

That means this morning has five different time zones. mainland Australia There are now renewed calls with the rest of the east coast. for Queensland to fall in line is an advocate of daylight saving. Ipswich councillor Paul Tully Good morning, Paul. daylight saving? Why doesn't Queensland have

I guess traditionally we have had

the problem that a lot of people in

the south-east corner support it,

but in rural and regional Queensland

they are veemently against it. The

last referendum voted 59 in favour,

but the rest of the state

against and it was defeated. What do but the rest of the state was

you see as the disadvantage of

Queensland not observing daylight

saving. We have the problems with

commerce and industry, people on

border towns such as Coolangatta in commerce and industry, people on

different time zones. Kids going to

two schools in time zones.

Television programs we see an hour

delayed, plane time tables. A split

time zone where

time zone where south-east

Queensland was an daylight saveing

and the rest of Queensland could

stay on standard time that would

make most Queenslanders happy. It is

a notion that has people fired up.

The problem is then, where do you

actually draw the line? At The problem is then, where do you

point you have got to say, this is actually draw the line? At some

the cut off point. My suggestion

the cut off point. My suggestion is to have a split time zone from

Coolangatta north to Nooosa with

west to Toowoomba. It would be a

little bit like Broken Hill

little bit like Broken Hill in New South Wales, which is on South

Australian time. People could Australian time. People could get

used to the time. People of rural

and regional Queensland who objected

previously because they were putting

kids to bed when it was 9 and 10

o'clock when it was still lougtd, it

would help them. You have written to

57 state MPs calling for a

three-year trial, what do you think

it would achieve? Of the 57, it is

interesting the 1992 referendum, 51

of those voted in favour of daylight

saving. There is clearly a a

majority of voters in the south-east

corner. Hopefully the members will

realise the support it has. If has

premier Beattie said in previous

days he will have a referendum, it

will be clearer a bigger number of

Queenslanders will support it. We

have had a big influx of southern

southerners, I suspect the

referendum would be carried.

However, if it was carried to all

However, if it was carried to all of Queensland, people would be unhappy.

A splitb time zone could help. This

affects other places around

Australia, if you were to take

Australia, if you were to take this

to the referendum, would it be the

split time zone model or an open

question as to daylight saving. They

would know from the results

would know from the results which parts of Queensland were supporting

it. A poll in the Sunday Mail today

reporting 54 percent of south-east

Queensland supports t but 61 percent

of rural and regional Queensland are

still against it. It is going to

still against it. It is going to be a very close call. If it is that

close, maybe the only solution is

close, maybe the only solution is to

make the people of the south-east

happy and give us daylight happy and give us daylight saving

and let us not force it on the

people who have legitimate

complaints. It is one we will complaints. It is one we will watch

with interest. Thanks for joining us with this

with this early hour in Queensland.

We are running our own referendum

here via the soap box. Let us know

what you think, especially if you

are Queensland or WA. And especially

the split time zone within the

state. Do you like daylight saving state. Do you like daylight saving?

I just love it. I love the fact at

the end of the day I have all the extra

extra time with the kids. You're

watching the sun go down with a

drink in your hand, as opposed with

a briefcase in your hand scurrying

through the city. You got an alcohol

thing? Maybe that's another show

again. Also the question of trialing

daylight savings for a few years is

a contentious one in Queensland. I

don't see what is to be lost about

that. I would like some

Queenslanders to let us know on the

Queenslanders to let us know on the soap box. Indeed. Still to come,

the natural alternatives to antibiotics. We'll have medical advice in our last half hour this morning. But after the break, the latest headlines. And Mark Riley hand delivers his diary. He's here at Brekky Central. Dad, I think the doghouse needs a paint. Dad, I think the fence needs a coat of paint! Dad, it's time the hallway was painted. Dad, I think we should paint my room. and get a 4-litre can of jelly beans free. Dad, I reckon we should paint the whole house. JOHN WOOD: One in 10 working Australians is now a member of the Industry Super Fund AustralianSuper. Are you the one? The one with low fees. The one with one of Australia's top-rated funds. The one with the fund that's working just for you. WHISTLE BLOWS, BALL GETS KICKED AustralianSuper.

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# Time is on my

# Time is on my side. # Yes it is.

# Time #

Take a hike. Get his head on

Lots of e-mails this morning daylight Lots of e-mails this morning about Take a hike. Get his head on camera.

daylight saving. People are very

don't split, people in New South

don't like it. But Ty has e-mailed split, people in New South Wales

in and said if you had a house on

the Queensland New South Wales

border, if your mum

border, if your mum asked you to to bed, you to bed, you can go to border, if your mum asked you to go

side of the house and stay up. How to bed, you can go to the Queensland

old do you reckon he is? 12.

Conniving 12-year-old. Theresa, we

love daylight saving, the baby woke

Something to up at 6 instead of 5 this morning.

Something to be said for that. Now the

the baby will be up to 8 tonight. A

says, " tradeoff. Greg from Tassie simply

says, "Welcome to our time zone."

Nice to be here, pal. Okay. That's

it for the soap box for the

views on the being. I'm sure there are many, many it for the soap box for the time

views on the daylight saving issue.

Most of us, I would imagine, would

like a short break to Fiji? Are you

offering? Just thinking bout the up

coming Reilly Diary. It

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looks pretty good. we preview tonight's ARIA Awards. Still to come this morning,

looks pretty good. Sofrjts looks pretty good. Sofrjts Sorry, coming Reilly Diary. It package

I'm in the wrong spot. It has

you. I'm previewing the Reilly I'm in the wrong spot. It has thrown

Diary. You're 10 minutes ahead of

us. I'm about Caboolture at the

moment. First we are going to check the news headlines with Simon. Good morning again, everyone. Sheik Taj Aldin al-Hilali says Embattled Muslim cleric he will stand down if it's proven were deliberately offensive. his comments for suggesting The Sheik has been criticised provokes sexual attacks. the way some women dress to step down as mufti in Australia Despit the calls for him Muslim leaders will support him. the Sheik believes other for Australians in East Timor Security has been upgraded our forces killed two men. following rumours commander of the troops says The Australian published in a Dili newspaper, the allegations, are completely untrue. to fight Muhammad Ali And the last boxer has been murdered in Jamaica. It is believed his head from a machete attack. Trevor Berbick suffered wounds to

the motive for his killing. Police are investigating what was this morning, Making sports headlines Michael Clarke remains in doubt match with India. for tonight's Champions Trophy tonsillitis. Clarke has been battling Simon Katich is on standby. to the semifinals. The winner is to advance 18-14 New Zealand has beaten Great Britain in Christchurch. in their Tri Nations clash Adrian Morley is on report on Ruben Wiki in the third minute. over an alleged high shot pole for the Valencia Moto GP. And Valentino Rossi has qualified second fastest. Aussie Troy Bayliss his sixth consecutive world title. Rossi is hoping for Weatherwatch this Sunday. at 9 o'clock. We'll have more news and sport

Which until yesterday, was 8

o'clock. Don't keep doing it. It's

the last time. In the Tri Nations,

what is the current standing on the

ladder. We are top and ladder. We are top and grey great

Britain next weekend. Equal in

second place or us New Zealand,

Britain. Yes, us, New Zealand

Britain. Because New Zealand won

against Great Britain last night.

I'm going along next week. I'll give

you a cheater's guide before you go.

Thank you. As I mentioned

previously, fegee sound good

time of year. This week, the PM was previously, fegee sound good any

there but anything but there but anything but a holiday. there but anything but a happy He left Australia, a storm of controversy. only to fly straight into Here's the Riley Diary. the PM hauling on his Hawaiian shirt This week began with with the South Pacific leaders to whoop it up in Fiji. SINGING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE Bula! Hello! around the place And there was a fair bit of "bula" and then Papua New Guinean leaders as first the Solomon Islands chipped us over investigations possible roles into their Government's a suspected Australian paedophile. in harbouring of the arrogant attitude I think this is typical your leaders. of your people, that we're behaving like a bully. It's almost laughable to suggest got over it, though. It seems that the Pacific leaders

Maybe they remembered we give them in aid each year. the millions of dollars of the Pacific We want to help the communities because we like them, they're part of our future, that our money be spent wisely. but we do not unreasonably ask with another load of "bula". And it ended as it began Bula! Hello! Back home, Peter Costello was grooving to a different beat.

One, two, two, two. BAND PLAYS FLATLY 'See The Bombers Fly Up' - It's his beloved Essendon team song on the field this year. about as flat as they were APPLAUSE The following day, was spruiking the economy the Treasurer when one journo playfully inquired on his campaign slogan whether he'd decided for next year's election. Well, if I have,

my 2007 slogans in 2006, would I? I wouldn't be revealing by 2007. It would make them rather passe after this week's inflation figure Well, and the short odds next month, on yet another interest-rate rise we've got a suggestion - "Keeping interest rates low...ish"? what about firing up the union troops Kim Beazley spent most of his week

of industrial relations warfare for another round struck us as slightly odd. but a couple of things he said the ACTU Congress First, he wanted to tell

with the unions, he wouldn't always agree but it didn't quite come out right.

I'll tell you when you think I'm wrong - you're wrong - just as I know... LAUGHTER ..just as I know you will tell me when you think I'm wrong. You always do. He got that right - or was it wrong? Anyway, the next day he was waxing fruity with a bunch of meat workers in Townsville. This is going to be the most important election on industrial relations ever fought in this nation - ever fought.

This is the Big Banana. Sorry? The next election is what? This is the Big Banana. Nah! THIS is the Big Banana and these guys are big bananas and at the moment, this bloke is the big political banana though this bloke would like to be

but his path has been blocked for the time being. That was led by bananas again. (sighs) Politics -

sometimes it's such a load of... ..Bula! Hello! Mark Riley's here at Brekky Central this Sunday. Good morning, Riles.

Did anything constructive actually

come out of the forum other than come out of the forum other than a

lot of slanging. We made up in the end lot of slanging. We made up in the

end and John Howard maintained his

smile. In the end we cised and

up. There smile. In the end we cised and made

up. There was some danger with

Solomon Islands and up. There was some danger with the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea

making allegations about us

bullying. There is a serious issue

here. There is millions of dollars

of aid and corruption has

of aid and corruption has been a problem in the past

problem in the past and listening to

some it is still a problem. We want

to make sure the money is being

spent the right way. The Prime

Minister batted off suggestions he

was behind the local police raid on

PM's office, that is probably right

though, isn't it? They acta

tonmously? No mostly Australian

police there in Ramsay, buted

police there in Ramsay, but they are

under the direction of the

aOlympical authorities. They take

their command from the commanding

officer as they would

officer as they would with any law

enforcement group. There was a

suspicion, but I think the

suspicion, but I think the police were doing what the police do and

that is investigate a crime,

essential sale and they were hooking

for evidence of thou this gentleman

got from Papua New Guinea to the

Solomons. This week, interest rates

are set to dominate I think so.

That's was from the last campaign.

Keeping interest rates low. Keeping interest rates low. Do you

remember it. It is kind of not

working for them. I don't think

keeping interest rates lowish

keeping interest rates lowish will work. It will dominate. On Friday

the Prime Minister the Prime Minister said something

quite odd, he is speaking now in

unHowardian cliches. If you going unHowardian cliches. If you are

going to move move now, it is better

to protect us from interest rates

later on. The move is to be

proactive and to tamp things down

with a little touch on the brakes

rather than screaming on the

rather than screaming on the brakes and throwing out the anker and

squealing down the road. What he is

saying is we are going to get an interest rate rise

interest rate rise next month, there

may be another in February, the CPI

figure is still high. Bananas

figure is still high. Banana and

petrol feed into it, but there are

real structural underlying

real structural underlying problems in the economy, the wages, the

housing and resources boom in

housing and resources boom in the

west, it is a good thing, but it

west, it is a good thing, but it is starting to skew things. For years

the west complained about the east

and now we are getting pay back.

and now we are getting pay back. The Federal Reserve is looking at it and

saying we will need to raise rates

once, possibly twice. A quarter of a

percent? It has been standard.

percent? It has been standard. There

have been 8 consect yfbive rises.

This is is the fourth since the last

election when the political mantra

was keeping interest rates low. What

we will hear from the

going into the next election is, " we will hear from the government

going into the next election is, "We

are good economic managers, if it

happens under us, imagine

would be with them." It is a happens under us, imagine what it

treat to have you in here. Freed would be with them." It is a real

from Canberra and in the big city.

Wow! I invited him over for dinner

on Friday night and he just wouldn't

go home and there we are. Andrew,

there is a theme developing. I think

I'm singing. That's right, it was a

microphone. I'm being very obedient.

You knew the photo was going tew

peer in 48 hours. I reckon if I

it was going to appear, I wouldn't peer in 48 hours. I reckon if I knew

look like that. Thanks, pal. Time to look like that. Thanks, pal. Time

hit the highway. Thanks Ryles. Ahead this morning Hollywood's latest war epic. on a real Oscar hopeful. Nelson Aspen has the lowdown if you've got a parenting problem, But next,

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We would love a clear answer? Is the rebate staying or

rebate staying or going. We won't be

ending it. In just three weeks more

than 170,000 Australians signed our

petition to cool the globe. That

enough for the government to get the petition to cool the globe. That was

message. Well done, congratulations to you.

home, If you want to e corenovate your

home, you can do it this Wednesday

from Wednesday. You can change

house and not do the things we do. from Wednesday. You can change your

You can become carbon neutral

your house, have grey water your house, have grey water systems. You can become carbon neutral in

They are simple changes. Not hard. They are simple changes. Not

Don't cost a lot of money. Don't cost a lot of money. And in

the long run probably save

as well, I think. That is good. We the long run probably save you money

were going to have the counselling

corner. Dr Michael Carr-Greg corner. Dr Michael Carr-Greg didn't

realise that daylight saving had

kicked in. We won't have a segment,

we could sit here and answer each

other's questions. Talk about the

sausages and cordial at Kylie's

place. I was recently at Kylie's

house for what I assumed would be a

great barbecue mooch Dear, or dear.

Michael will

Michael will be on in the hour. No,

he has blown his chance

We just don't have time for him. he has blown his chance completely.

Stay in your gym pams. E-mails

coming in about daylight saving,

starting in Victoria, swail but

Queensland. It is dividing the soap starting in Victoria, swail but not

box. One from Joe, as

box. One from Joe, as much as I love

daylight saving, does anyone

it would be more beneficial to have daylight saving, does anyone agree

it in winter? At this time of

year, still lite after six o'clock it in winter? At this time of the

anyway, but in winter it is dark.

Even it all out. Also, I lived in

Brisbane for a year and

Brisbane for a year and spent a bit

of time, in summer the thing that

gets me is you are literally awake

at four o'clock in the morning. But

then the farmers, they all say the

people on the land say they don't

like daylight saving, no matter

where they are. They need the sun to

wake them up. And they go to bed too

late. The aonly problem with wipter

is you get an extra hour of

miserable weather instead of an hour

of fun and frolicking. It is nice to

have a change of seasons and mood.

I'm just glad no-one has mentioned

the curtains. I think we will get

through the morning with no

talk. Until you brought it up, we through the morning with no curtain

were on track. Thanks. Speaking of

our soap box, an e-mail from

our soap box, an e-mail from Meg

talking bout the Chaplins in

schools. She says, "I'm 17 and have

just begun year 12. I think it is

ridiculous. We

ridiculous. We have got counselors

on schools, we need new books, art

supplies, reading programs.

it is a waste of $ it is a waste of $90 million. supplies, reading programs. I think

Lorraine from New South Wales has an

opposing view. All the horse teams

have Chaplins, my husband was a

Chaplin for an NRL Chaplin for an NRL team and he found

the guys were happy to have a chat

if something was worrying them. Kids

need spiritual guidance, where else need spiritual guidance, where

are they going to get itch. Most

kids don't go to chuch. I

to be a horse Chaplin. Get it kids don't go to chuch. I would like

straight from the horse's mouth

then. Father, I have a doping

problem. I have seen it. Ahead this morning, do women wake up grumpier than men? after 9 o'clock. We'll tackle that new survey

If so, why? from Clint Eastwood. But next, the latest offering is Nelson Aspen's movie of the week. 'Flags Of Our Fathers'

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Party coming your way, EM. is certainly a Hollywood legend. Clint Eastwood Not only is he a standout actor, great directors of our time as well. but he's shaping up as one of the is a war movie with a difference. His latest epic has the lowdown from Hollywood. Nelson Aspen Nelson, good morning to you. Good morning, Andrew and Lisa. Clint Eastwood, Yes, when we're talking about

I'm a big movie buff but also a

World War II movie buff. Let's talk I'm a big movie buff but also a big

about clint east would. This film features like Jesse Bradford, Paul Walker, and Ryan Phillippe.

about clint east would. This film features young guns

Maybe they are all dead. 72 not

dunk, are they all dead?

This film has us believe a single shot can end a war but not a gun shot. No, we're talking about a photograph a very famous photograph. People went crazy over it. Country went tired of war. One photo, almost all on its own, turned that around.

'Flags Of Our Fathers' tells the story of six men who raised the American flag at the Battle of Iwo Jima. It was a turning point in World War II. People on the street corners, they look at this picture and they took hope. Academy Award winner Clint Eastwood directs this film with his usual simplicity. It's my job to just tell the story. And then after that, how everybody feels about that, that's their job. And his cast loves him for that. Like Jesse Bradford. We were trying to figure out how to do one shot

and connect to one another. And we're all standing around and they're talking about it and I'm listening and he says, "Let's just try something. "Because we've come this far, "let's not ruin it by thinking." The real heroes are dead on that island. We appreciate this in honour of them, thank you. Jesse and actor Ryan Phillippe both play soldiers snapped in the poignant picture. You watch a lot of war movies, growing up, especially when you love film, and you play war. But to do it on such a grand scale as this,

and to be able to look over and watch Clint Eastwood in fatigues commanding you and teaching you, it couldn't be a better experience. Seeing him in that photograph,

I don't know why it makes me feel better, but it does. It's so silly, isn't it? No, it's not. Actor Paul Walker is also part of the ensemble cast. He says the actors bonded in the same way the soldiers did. The guys would just show each other, show their elbow, because our elbows were all gauged out

from crawling through the military, through crawling through all this lava rock.

You actually chose the marines

because they got the best uniform.

No sense being a hero if you don't look like one. You actually chose the Marines, No sense being a hero if you don't look like one.

You have Steven Speilberg producing it, and Clint Eastwood doing a war movie about men who I've always wanted to honour in some fashion. I just felt blessed. But to the humble Mr Eastwood, film-making is a bit like baseball. You're at bat, and you have three shots to get the ball. You just hope that you connect along the way. Guys, this film is based on the 'New York Times' bestseller of the same name

and it's startlingly realistic. And playing a little bit of show-and-tell here, I thought I'd show you some of the flags of my father, his Navy medals. And I'm pretty proud of that. I think it's pretty cool. Alright, see you guys next week from Tinseltown. Have a good Sunday. Thanks, Nelson.

I didn't pick him from mill stor

stock. No, he is obviously proud o

it. Just trying to work out how old

clint east would would be now? Mid7t.

Still turning out great work. Still

looks a million bucks for an old fellow. the healthy alternatives to antibiotics. We'll get some expert medical advice in our next hour. But after the break, news with Simon and sport with Kylie. the all-new, 2-hour Weekend Sunrise. You're watching with Weekend Sunrise. Thanks for waking up

Now, it's back to Lisa and Andrew. Good morning.

the all-new 2-hour Weekend Sunrise. Welcome back to

Just as swell it is two hours in

case you

forward. case you forget to set your clock case you forget to set your

Still to come, of over-using antibiotics. we'll look at the dangers liberal with the prescription pad Some doctors are apprently being too but there are natural alternatives. night of nights. Then, it's the music industry's on who stands to win. We'll get the late mail by a surprise international act? Will Keith Urban be replaced We'll find out. our Dare to Dance series? And have you been following over the past three weeks, It's gained a loyal following four kids dreaming of stardom. as our cameras capture behind the moves. This week, we meet the men and women for a teenage performer? What's home life like Find out after 9:30.

regular Postcard from New York. Plus, Jeanne Moos has our This week, she puts the spotlight on latest verbal gaffe. US President George W. Bush's Right now, though, exactly what to say, a man who always knows Simon Reeve has the latest news. Good morning. Thank you.

Sheik Taj Aldin al-Hilali says Embattled Muslim cleric

leaders will support him. he's confident fellow Islamic after suggesting The Sheik has been criticised provoke sexual attacks. women who don't dress conservatively

The Sheik says as the Mufti of Australia he's prepared to stand down he deliberately offended women. if it's proven in the next day or two. Islamic leaders are meeting The PM will today unveil

to fund chaplains in schools. a $90 million plan students deal with grief and stress. Mr Howard says the program will help will be able to apply for grants Public and private schools to fund the placements. of up to $20,000 a year

better spent on counsellors, Critics say the money would be who don't have a religious agenda. at the Australian Embassy There's tighter security in East Timor this weekend. to blame for the deaths of two men. It follows rumours Australians are have removed stickers on vehicles Embassy officials

as Australian owned. which identify them

of troops in East Timor says The Australian commander are completely unfounded. the rumours Victoria, the ACT Residents in New South Wales,

and South Australia one hour this morning put their clocks forward for the start of daylight saving. lose any sleep was Queensland. But one State that didn't There have been renewed calls for the south-east of the State to adopt daylight saving.

has told Sunrise Ipswich Councillor Paul Tully could create the perfect balance. a spilt time zone with commerce and industry. We have the problem people on border towns Obviously,

and New South Wales such as Coolongatta

are on different time zones. kids who go to a school in NSW Within the same family you can have and one in Queensland. Two prisoners at a Sydney jail up to 400 fellow inmates. have reportedly tried to poison Fairfax Newspapers report floor cleaner into a stew the pair poured industrial-strength at Silverwater Jail. was due to feed the prisoners. The 250-litre mixture But the plan fell apart blew the whistle when one of the inmates

what he'd done. and told prison guards to investigate claims Perth police are continuing children were tied up in a childcare centre. while sleeping

Some parents are angry had been shut down they weren't told the centre following the allegations. had its licence suspended The Huntingdale Childcare Centre were tied up while sleeping. after reports seven toddlers No charges have been laid yet. plenty for prawns this Christmas. Seafood lovers can expect to pay

are expected to pay New South Wales shoppers for fresh king prawns. more than $50 a kilogram Fish prices will go up about $4 or $5 a kilogram across the board.

and high diesel prices for the rise. Fishermen blame the drought World news now, across Bangladesh. and violent protests continue and more than 2,000 injured. The unrest has left 12 people dead are nothing new, Political protests in Bangladesh particularly violent. but this one has been Riots broke out two days ago 5-year mandate came to an end. when the Prime Minister's of caretaker leader A judge was offered the job but he's turned it down. In California, a deadly blaze in the State's south, the hunt for arsonists who started has stepped up with a $650,000 reward offered. and one is clinging to his. Four firefighters lost their lives And we want to let everyone know for the arsonists. that we are searching We will find them, and we will punish them. to ever fight Mohammed Ali The last boxer has been murdered in Jamaica. spanned from 1976 until 2000. Trevor Berbick's heavyweight career He beat Ali in 1981. heavyweight crown to Mike Tyson. Five years later he lost his Berbick spent time in jail of a family babysitter for the sexual assault and was deported from the US. for his murder. Police are investigating a motive A keen British skate boarder for charity. is skating across Australia from Perth to Brisbane. Dave Cornthwaite is skating the Nullarbor unscathed, After travelling over he injured himself in Adelaide. the 27-year-old is back on his board But after a fortnight's recovery

Probably waveing to the camera and

taking his mind off the job.

Skate' board isn't for everybody.. $100,000 for a children's charity. Dave hopes to raise over

If I hadn't talked over him,

could have explained it. It almost If I hadn't talked over him, he

looks easy, as she says from the

comfort of her chair. Yeah, try some time. comfort of her chair. Yeah, try it India will be without injured star batsman Yuvraj Singh for today's Champions Trophy clash with Australia. Australia's Michael Clarke will have to prove

he's well enough to play in heatwave conditions. Clarke has been suffering tonsilitis with a decision to be made on his fitness later today. Simon Katich is on stand-by for Clarke. Whoever wins the match will advance to the semifinals. England has beaten the West Indies by three wickets in their Champions Trophy match. But it's the West Indies who advance to the semifinals. New Zealand has had a convincing 4-point win over Great Britain in the Tri Nations.

The Kiwis extended their 6-2 lead at half-time, to take the match 18-14. Adrian Morley was on report for this tackle on Ruben Wiki but he's been cleared. Brent Webb starred for New Zealand, sprinting almost the full length of the pitch to score the opening try. COMMENTATOR: He's over the 40. He gets inside the Great Britain half. And Webb will sprint away to score! Brent Webb scores the first try of the night! Britain scored two consolation tries late in the game, and insists they'll be better prepared for next week's clash with Australia. In the A-League Queensland Roar and the Central Coast have had a draw at Suncorp Stadium. The two sides finished 1-1. The Roar and Mariners have now drawn all five of their A-League meetings. In the English Premier League, Socceroo Tim Cahill scored for Everton to help his side to a 1-1 draw with Arsenal. In the NBL, the Brisbane Bullets have moved into the top four after a narrow win over West Sydney. The Bullets beat the Razorbacks by two points in Sydney while Melbourne has downed Townsville 98-83. The Tigers never looked in danger of losing the match. The Crocs were tired after a tough road trip via New Zealand.

That's the latest in sport. Thanks,

so when are you taking up the

skateboard challenge. Injust said it

kind of looked easy. I'll give it a

go. Have you boarded before? In my

youth, so in recent times, yes. My

sister and I had a

sister and I had a matches ones, she

had blue and mine was yellow. But in

the country throw, down the street.

I was a roller skater. With the hot

pink pants and what not. There was

pink pants and what not. There was a bit of fluoro going on. I reckon it

wbed about fashion and not sport. And looking further ahead. A shower or two in Brisbane over the next couple of days.

Sydney, fine tomorrow but a late shower on Tuesday. Canberra could also be in for wet weather on Tuesday. While afternoon showers are forecast in Hobart. It should stay relatively fine in Melbourne. some cloudy periods. Fine conditions in Perth. Darwin is in for a late shower on Tuesday. The 20th annual ARIA Awards are being held tonight. They're Australia's answer to the Grammys, our most presitgious music awards. So who will take top honours? We're joined now in the studio by 2DAY-FM's Labrat.

I was about to say, don't talk it

up. Put pressure on them. They are

always a good awards show? They are.

Not only do you get to find out

winners And the loser. We laugh at

thatch am We just like to see the

expressions on their faces. You got

Hoff turn up. And you get Missy

Higgins jumping on the Hott like

last year. It is a good opportunity

for the artist said to catch up. The

rumors are rife about which

international artist is coming. Got

the goss? Any international artist

that is in the vicinity of

that is in the vicinity of this country. All the dramas with Keith

Urban pulling out. The latest one is

Jesse McCartny, a little team

superstar is going to be there. Look

otyou, lining up for a perv. I have

a nine-year-old daughter, we know

who seis Also Bee Gees yauns a. -- Beyonce. who seis Also Bee Gees yauns a. --

Beyonce.. They went up to Brisbane,

but rumour has it, they are still in

the country. JD would be fun.

Imagine him there. Go off, wouldn't

it it. I would be more concerned

about the after party. Like Andrew

O'Keefe in the after party. I'm

tucked up in bed

tucked up in bed by 12 midday. Last

year, Delta Goodrem, Missy Higgins,

who are the hot favourites? The

favourite is the band called wolf

mirth, a good Australian rock --

Wolfmother. I reckon they will be

the favourites. I notice Augiae

March. There has been a lot of bands who don't

who don't get air

who don't get air time on main

stream radio. Does it mean it hasn't

been a huge hit factory year for Australian music? I like

Australian music? I like it because I think it gives an opportunity to

bands, if they are not getting as

much publicity. It doesn't mean come

ARIA time you won't be recognised.

Album of the year? Again, I reckon

Wolfmother is going to get up there, even though

even though I love the Rogue

Traders. That is is the first one.

Rogue Traders will win the category?

Keep your options open. Next one is best group.

Go the Rogueies. A fabulous band.

The best male and best female be The best male and best female will

be a long shot a few no names in

there. Pete Murray, he just got

married. A strong line-up. He just

got married and it will get him an

ARIA? How does it work? You know

what the burl girlerize like.

Bernard Fanning would have to be

Bernard Fanning would have to be a good option? Where are The

Veronicas. They call it the best new

breakthroughthrough artist.

Sorry, I just skipped over the best

females. Holly Crosby, Jade MacRae.

I don't know Gene Clubber. I can't

believe you don't know her!Come on!

A woman who needs no introduction,

just as well, because we don't have one. one. I can't

one. I can't believe you don't

one. I can't believe you don't know her. To all the Clobbers, I hope you

clobber them. They will be getting

dressed. I'm interesting to see how

many artists forget the whole daylight

daylight saving thing and freak

It is going to be a huge daylight saving thing and freak out.

It is going to be a huge night. Yes,

I'll be making sure everyone gets on

the cheap champagne. Lab rat will be

testing all the poisons for everyone

there tonight. Thanks for coming in.

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SONG: # You say goodbye # And I say hello. # COMPUTER MOUSE CLICK Those four tragic deaths near Byron Bay last Sunday again highlighted the dangers for young people behind the wheel. But in the US, some parents are taking preemptive strikes. They're forcing their teenagers to display a bumper sticker on their car. On it is a phone number and website others can use

to report bad driving. Authorities are now looking at a similar scheme here.

Is it a good idea? Let's ask our Weekend All Stars. Glenn Wheeler from Radio 2UE, and social commentator Rebecca Le Tourneau. Good morning to you both. Glenn, should this sort of thing be adopted here?

No. You donlt think people will take

it up? No, we use the practice with

trucks around the place, record

unsafe driving. I think Potentially

it could have a really dangerous

impact on young people because

impact on young people because we could actually start an unofficial

dating line, attracts all sorts of

we'reoes that see someone in a car,

who think I'll find out more about

this particular person by going

through the pin. The bigger issue to

me is we are constantly addressing

the issue with younger drivers per

se, by looking at secures rather

than prevention. To put a sticker

the back of the car is

than prevention. To put a sticker on the back of the car is not fixing

the problem. We have got to go

the problem. We have got to go to the start. I wouldn't endorse it,

not by a long shot. Different

parents might have different

standards. If you see me standards. If you see me doing

burnouts, if I'm just driving

erraticly don't bother. I think It

is a band aid. I'm concerned people

will see people doing teens

something and they'll pick up the

phone while their driving and having

an Kent. There is a logisticial

problem there. Say tlg sayoung

person in a car, I'll report them.

What we are avoiding, that that was

certainly an atrocious and tragic

accident, but they can happen to

adults and all sorts of people.

adults and all sorts of people. Tlr a lot of very good P plate drivers

out there. I have driv wn a few who

are more responsible and

are more responsible and take greater care and are more aware than

adult experienced drivers. We forget

those people in all this. Something

that was mentioned during the week

that I thought was interesting, we

give teens a certain number of hours

leading up to the licence, but once

you have the licence you're out

there. It is a joke. Maybe teens, P

platers should be going back for

three times a year after starting

driving to make sure the skills are

there. Ongoing testing. Like

there. Ongoing testing. Like they do in the aviation industry and so many

others. We are talking on this this

afternoon on the radio. Another

shameless plug for your program.

Moving on, out rage over an up

coming south Park episode. It shows

the late Steve Irwin attending aert

party in hell. It shows a stingray

barb in his chest. I think it is

good not to show it. There are would

be people who are offended and

unhappy about it. Those people

not unhappy about it. Those people are

not going to watch south Park. It not going to watch south Park. It is

a particular form of comedy, satire,

it is always funny until it is

somebody you know or care about or

have a link with. Bottom

have a link with. Bottom line, watchers of south Park

watchers of south Park expect that sort of humour. If it is going to

upset you, don't watch it. We can't

censor people's creative expression.

There are creative moments. Even if

you loved Steve, there are funny

moments. The idea for not coming in

costume. Because he is coming in

what he wears. Inyou don't like it,

don't watch it. I won't be. Not

because of this particular episode.

because of this particular episode. I must be probably the only person

on the planet that doesn't watch

South Park. You didn't hear

South Park. You didn't hear about the Tom Cruise gay episode. I enjoy

satire and a good job, I agree with

you with freedom of speech, but I

just won't be watching it. That is

precisely the point you are making.

My goodness! Shifting focus, a

survey has found that women are

grumpier than men in the morning and

for longer and more often. I'll go

to Glenn on this one first. 92 let

me say if women are grumpier of a

morning then I can understand

a certain extent

a certain extent. In a morning then I can understand why to a certain extent. In a relationship with you Beck,

with you Beck, I would be grumpy.

Because it would be the worst thing.

We would both be extremely grumpy. I

think of it in terms of, if it's

true, and I see the way you are

looking at me. I didn't say a word!

I wouldn't imagine you are

I wouldn't imagine you are grumpy. It is maybe when they get up they

have got to put the war paint on,

the routine that us bloke don't the routine that us bloke don't have

to do. Back off grumpy bum. The

clothes, putting everyone in the

carch worrying about ironing and

lunches. I rest my case, it is

morning and you are grumpy. Another

survey success. War paint, my bottom!

bottom! Part of the reason why is

because you lot snore and we

because you lot snore and we don't get a good night's sleep. I don't

snore. No snorer in the history snore. No snorer in the history of

the world has ever said, "

the world has ever said, "I'm a

snorer." Listen, I can hear you

snore from where I live, and it's

nowherer where near

nowherer where near you. I Can get

out of bed, have the bed head look,

wear a T-shirt that doesn't match

and it doesn't make a scrap of

difference. That would make me

grumpy. We have seen the

grumpy. We have seen the pictures before and it is not a pretty site. Plenty more to come in our all-new, 2-hour Weekend Sunrise.

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