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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Prepare to leave. Hamish menaces the Queensland coast. Residents warned as Tropical Cyclone reports from the cyclone zone This morning on Sunrise - we broadcast live into Queensland. and predictions from forecasters as to stand down Brett Stewart Also ahead - pressure grows on Manly over sex attack claims. to stop a recession. What Malcolm Turnbull would do talk about marriage and new music And our mate Ben Lee drops by to on this Monday edition of Sunrise. # Reach up for the sunrise... # Kochie and Mel. VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central, Hello and thanks for joining us. as Hamish creeps south. We're on cyclone watch this morning but all that could change. He's a Category 4 storm now throughout the morning. So we'll get the latest Fifi Box is in Yeppoon. from emergency services We'll get the word to plot Hamish's path. and get experts as well. And you can help us report this email or SMS us. If you're in the cyclone zone, the overnight developments. Right now, Nat's got on the central Queensland coast Residents of Hervey Bay will be urged to leave town today towards them. as Cyclone Hamish heads areas will be doorknocked Thousands of locals in low-lying by predicted flooding. before roads are cut the Category 4 cyclone is on track The Weather Bureau says near Hervey Bay tonight. to cross the mainland has promised a quick response Queensland Premier Anna Bligh to any affected areas. People can be reassured from Queensland's emergency services that all of the resources

and from the Australian Government deployed where and when necessary. are ready and on alert to be packing winds of up to 260km/h. The centre of the storm is today A Perth mother will appear in court of her 15-month-old daughter. charged with the murder

Police say of a domestic dispute the toddler was caught in the middle when she was stabbed. both parents were hysterical Well, understandably, ambulance, as you would expect. when the police arrived and the

charged with murder The 22-year-old mother has been of manslaughter. rather than the lesser charge

from the Melbourne Fashion Festival Pacific Brands has withdrawn over its planned job cuts. following outrage its labels over two days this week The clothing company was to promote after unions threatened to protest. but has pulled out told sacked Pacific Brands workers Last night, PM Kevin Rudd it can to help them find new jobs. the Government will do everything of how angry you are And I have some sense treatment of you 'cause, you know, the company's I think absolutely stinks. are unfazed Fashion Week organisers saying they'll use the opportunity designer brands. to promote local and independent a house fire in Sydney overnight. A man has been killed in to the house Firefighters were called around 1:30am at Mosman on Sydney's north shore to find it well alight. A man and woman managed to escape in his 70s, was trapped. but another man, thought to be crews put the fire out In pouring rain, and found the victim's body inside. into the cause of the blaze Investigations are under way to be suspicious. but it's not thought has claimed responsibility A breakaway IRA group soldiers in Northern Ireland. for the shooting of two British The soldiers were targeted to collect pizza. when they left their army base two pizza delivery men, Four people, including suffered serious injuries. here to us in Antrem This is a devastating blow and the peace process again. that we're seeing bad old days says British Prime Minister Gordon Brown derail the peace process. he won't let the killings In finance news: more job losses in the US. Over the weekend there were

31 million meshes collect food

stamps to help them

stamps to help them through the

recession. Craig James joins us to

tell us how bad the unemployment

rate is. Our unemployment rate is

out this week. 651,000 people lost

their jobs in February. The

unemployment rate was at 8.

unemployment rate was at 8.1%

unemployment rate was at 8.1%, a

21-year high. There are expectations

that perhaps this the worst. Perhaps

things are on the improve. Our job

figures are out this week but our

rate is far lower, 4.8% rate is far lower, 4.

rate is far lower, 4.8%. We are

expecting job losses, something in

the region of 21,000. Businesses

were less confident and hiring less

people and not firing. We did have

figures on job ads which have been

released over the last couple of

hours. There is a 9% fall in job

ads. That is an improvement to the

ads. That is an improvement to the 13%

13%. I think the confidence levels

are drying up. Thank you for that.

Time for sport tomorrow. into history overnight Phil Hughes has batted his way to score twin centuries. by becoming the youngest ever player At 20 years and 98 days held by West Indian George Headley. Hughes broke a 79-year-old record

innings against South Africa, He's on 136 not out in the second smashing 13 fours and 2 sixes. COMMENTATOR: It's in the air,

by Phillip Hughes. a marvellous achievement The third day of the second Test move to fourth also saw skipper Ricky Ponting of Test runs scorers. on the all-time list He's now amassed 10,948 runs Brian Lara and Sachin Tendulkar. only trailing Allan Border, in their second innings. Australia reached 3/292 in the first over yesterday at 138 South Africa's first innings ended in reply to Australia's 352. a sell-out crowd The AFL is predicting NAB Cup Grand Final at Friday night's tipped to field full-strength sides. with both Collingwood and Geelong the preseason is up 18%. Already attendance across Meantime, Swan Barry Hall early season form of his career. claims to be in the best four goals against the Bulldogs. In his latest hit-out he booted Australia remains in with a chance the Davis Cup wilderness of returning from in Bangkok. after going 3-2 up over Thailand In the first reverse singles match, in tough conditions, Lleyton Hewitt struggled before losing his match. But Chris Guccione saved the day with a crucial win. And Australia's Cadel Evans has finished 19th in the first stage of the Paris to Nice race. He was 13 seconds behind stage winner Alberto Contador.

Thailand was a bit of a danger team

for us? Yes, scary stuff but we are

through. You got to treat all your

opponents with respect. Did you just

point at me? It is only 6:

point at me? It is only 6:10. Fifi is keeping a close eye on Tropical Cyclone Hamish from Yeppoon this morning. Good morning.

How is it looking? Yeppoon locals

can wake up with a sigh of relief.

Fortunately conditions have improved

Fortunately conditions have improved a little here this morning. I will

a little here this morning. I will have more on that in a moment. First

let's look at today's forecast. Sunrise weather brought to you by Berocca Performance. Dive into every day and bring out your natural fizz. Tropical Cyclone Hamish is bringing heavy rain,

gales and large seas.

Still a Category 4 and moving 12km/h

south-south-east. It moved a little

further east overnight. Showers over

the New South Wales coast. Some

isolated storms over the interior

but dry over the coast line. Rain developing over Brisbane. A few showers for Sydney. Fine in Canberra and Hobart. A mostly sunny day for Melbourne. Fine in Adelaide. Dry and warm in Perth. Afternoon cloud for Darwin.

As I was saying, it is has quieted As I was saying, it is has quieted

Down a little bit. Not because it is

not as strong. It intensified and it

shrunk a little. The conditions on

the coastline are easier. It is

called the Sunrise effect. When we

expect something big to happen and

we go anywhere, it usually doesn't

eventuate. Well done. I thought it

was just me. Simon Reeve has gone to

cover whales and they went out to

sea. When he got there, they all

left. I feel better now. Good girl.

See you soon. Coming up - Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull tells us how he'd fight the recession.

And the growing pressure on Manly to stand down Brett Stewart over sex attack claims. But next, a closer look at Tropical Cyclone Hamish. We'll get a morning briefing from Queensland's Emergency Services Minister when Sunrise continues. "Hey, nice puppet." "It's not a puppet. It's an oven mitt. "And you can get two of these free "with Green's cake mixes and pancake shakes." "Whatever you say, Daffy." "Actually, I've changed my name." "(SCOFFS) Really?" "I'm now Brad. Brad Mitt."

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That's two songs from Chris Isaak, Tuesday on Sunrise. to be lashed by Cyclone Hamish. Central Queensland is preparing Warnings are in place for coastal and island communities for coastal and inland communities from Yeppoon to Bundaberg. The Category 4 storm is on track to cross the coastline near Hervey Bay. That's about 300 kilometres north of Brisbane.

Fifi is in Yeppoon Neil, let's start with you. What are you being told about Hamish's predicted path?

It is currently a Category 4

cyclone. It will continue to remain

parallel. The original advice was

that it was expected to turn to the

coast tomorrow but thankfully it has

changed now and now it is on track

to remain parallel to the coast. Are

there any areas being evacuated or

is everyone OK to stay? The local

authorities are recommending that

people to relocate to family and

friend fz possible. There is better

news this morning but we will assess

news this morning but we will assess that as the day goes by and if there

are evacuations we will warn them as

soon as possible. How does this

Hamish compares to Larry? It is just

as intense. It was a Category 5

yesterday and it is now Category 4

which is 240km/h at the centre.

There is still the chance of change.

Cyclones are unpredictable and we

need people to remain contact with

the television screens and radio

network. Fifi, everyone would be

relatively nervous. Although we got

good news, tell us how everybody in

Yeppoon is handling the news?

Yesterday they were scrambling,

sandbagging, taping down the

windows. I was here at 8:00 last

night and the wind was ferocious.

You could barely stand. It would

knock tu over. The cyclone is as

intense because it has

intense because it has shrunk and

stayed out to the east has weakened

it here which is a relief for

Yeppoon residents. You had an

interesting flight yesterday? Yes,

certainly did. I am a nervous

passenger at the best of times. Even

sleeping here - we are sleeping here - we are staying on

the beach - very nerve-racking. It

was terrifying. It was nice to wake

up a bit easier today. Neil, thank

you for your time in bringing the

good news. Later this hour - the calls for Manly to stand down Brett Stewart over sex attack claims. Next up, though, why more and more children are getting licences

to shoot guns. And Pacific Brands drops its underwear shows at Melbourne's Fashion Festival. Sunrise continues after the break. WOMAN: Can we stop and ask someone? No, we don't need to stop and ask someone. Just keep going straight. I think we should've gone back there. Back there? Have you even got the map up on there? I'm trying. To my right or my left? Left. I'm telling you where to go. Tell you where to go. Is your phone working? Yeah. It's working? No. It's not working. Use my phone. RECORDED VOICE: (ON PHONE) You're going in the wrong direction. Please turn around. Oh! It was back there. How come your phone does that? If your mobile can't get info quickly enough, try the network that works better in more places, Telstra Next G. Nat's been going through Monday's papers. Cyclone Hamish is front page of the 'Courier-Mail'. The latest advice is the Category 4 storm is tracking parallel to the coast.

The 'Daily Telegraph' reports on the sex attack claims against Manly star Brett Stewart. He faces a DNA test. While the father of the 17-year-old who made the allegations says the family will move house. The 'Herald Sun' reports Pacific Brands has cancelled its shows at the Melbourne Fashion Festival. But the company remains a major sponsor of the festival. Its commitment is thought to be worth $100,000. On Seven's 'Sunday Night' the PM faced sacked workers. And I have some sense of how angry you are 'cause, you know, the company's treatment of you I think absolutely stinks. Mr Rudd spent 20 minutes with the workers away from the cameras. But what did you think of his performance last night? Much is being made of his frank assessment

of the global economic crisis. Email or SMS us with your opinion.

He let a bit of a swear word slip

and then apologised. What did you think about it? Guns are back in the news. Almost 4,000 children have reportedly been given access

to firearms in New South Wales. Some kids as young as 12 are licensed to hunt. The anti-gun lobby, a child psychologist, and the mother of a boy shot dead by his 14-year-old friend, have questioned the rules.

They say children are banned from drinking alcohol until they're 18 and can't drive until 16 but they can shoot from the age of 12. What do you make of all this?

If you are given the licence, it is

to shooting clubs and to hunt. I

thought the gun club is a sporting

club and it is different to being

given a gun to go out on the street. They are

They are regulated. Yes, but 12 does

seem a little young. Even for a

sporting club, a shooters club. You

have to go to a shooters club and

have to go to a shooters club and see what they do, see where the guns are kept,

are kept, see the regulations. I

don't know much of the sport itself.

I have never been involved in it so

you wouldn't want to comment.

Beretts? It would be good for you to

go check it out. What are these gun

clubs and shooters clubs and things

like that. We laud them during the

Commonwealth Games. Michael Diamond.

The reality is that you got to start

young. They educate the kids. Learn

what they are capable of and how to

use it in a controlled environment.

Can you follow it up for us? Sure.

On the way - a league legend weighs in on the sex attack claims against Brett Stewart. And Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull tells us how he'd fight the recession. Next up, though, Monday's news.

And we'll go live to Fifi in the Queensland cyclone zone. Sunrise is back in a moment.

Ilt Moomba today. Yes, the final. Free of charge. Melbourne's 'Herald Sun' says Prince Harry has a new Chelsy.

The Prince has reportedly hooked up with 27-year-old Astrid Harbord. Papers around the world reckon Astrid looks like Chelsy. One even calls her a dead-ringer.

In any case, Astrid is a friend of Kate Middleton, Prince William's girlfriend. Which got us thinking - are siblings good wingmen or wingwomen? And what are some of the issues that come up when you end up with friends of your siblings?

Why are you asking us? Has AJ maybe

ever - has his sisters helped out in

setting up a date? Well. AJ has the

pot of gold with the sisters and

friends. And Georgie is lucky, she

has an older brothers. They hang

out. Hang out around home. Is that

what they call it? That shotgun

story. Are siblings gooding withmen

oring withwoman. They say she looks

like Chelsy because they have blonde hair. Weather forecasters say Cyclone Hamish has changed direction slightly and will not cross the coastline. The Category 4 storm had been expected to make landfall tonight near Hervey Bay, around 300 kilometres north of Brisbane. However, locals are still being warned to stay alert. Cyclones are very unpredictable, ah, they could turn on an instant so we still need people to maintain contact with their television screens and their radio networks to get that latest up-to-date advice. The centre of the storm is packing winds of up to 240km/h. NRL star Brett Stewart is expected to turn up to team training with the Manly Sea Eagles today despite an ongoing investigation into sexual assault claims. The 24-year-old has been accused of assaulting a 17-year-old girl near a north Manly unit block on Sydney's northern beaches after the team's season launch on Friday night.

No charges have been laid.

The NRL was forced to suspend its ad campaign which features Brett Stewart as the face of the 2009 season. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd was forced to quickly apologise last night after swearing on TV. Mr Rudd was a special guest on Seven's 'Sunday Night' show to talk about the global financial crisis. He made the slip while explaining why the Government has to borrow money to keep the economy going. You either sit back as government and do nothing and just wait for the free market to fix it all up or you step in and try and fill the breach for a temporary period and that means temporary borrowings. So I need to say on that people have to understand that because there's gonna be the usual political shit storm... ..sorry political...political storm over that. Prime Minister. over that.

Mr Rudd also said Pacific Brands' treatment of its sacked workers "absolutely stinks". A gunman has shot dead a pastor and wounded six parishioners at a First Baptist Church in Illinois. The man calmly walked up to the senior pastor at the end of the service shooting him three times in the chest. People were... they were down on their knees and on the floor screaming, praying. It was a terrible thing, just terrible. The attacker is being treated in hospital for self-inflicted injuries. In finance news - Wall Street closed slightly up last week. Now to sport, here's Mark Beretta. Phil Hughes has steered Australia to a dominant 506-run lead over South Africa in the second test in Durban. He scored an unbeaten 136 including 13 fours and 2 sixes to become the youngest player, at 20 years and 98 days, to score twin centuries. COMMENTATOR: Hughes goes massive.

It was a magical day for skipper Ricky Ponting too. He notched up 81 and sits behind Allan Border Brian Lara and Sachin Tendulkar on the list of highest test run scorers with 10,948. The Melbourne Tigers will learn if they face the South Dragons in game three of the NBL grand final series with or without star Chris Anstey.

Anstey appeared to elbow Dragons guard Rhys Carter in the head late in the third quarter of the match. It sparked an ugly melee. The Dragons won the match 84-67 and hold a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series. Game four is on Wednesday night. Australia remains in with a chance of returning from the Davis Cup wilderness after going 3-2 up over Thailand in Bangkok. In the first reverse singles match, Lleyton Hewitt struggled in tough conditions losing his match. But Chris Guccione saved the day with his win. Australia's next challenge is India in May. And a deal has finally been struck for superstar David Beckham to remain with AC Milan. LA Galaxy won't reveal how much the club netted,

but the England captain is on loan until the end of the season.

They were originally talking about handing over $

handing over $3 million and they

wented somewhere between 20 and 25.

That is still a lot of money. Fifi

is following the path of Cyclone

Hamish from Yeppoon this morning.

Hello again, Fif. Yes, we are

broadcasting live from the Capricorn

Coast telling you the latest

Coast telling you the latest on Cyclone Hamish. Sunrise weather brought to you by Berocca Performance. Dive into every day and bring out your natural fizz. Tropical Cyclone Hamish is bringing heavy rain, gales and large seas.

It is sitting 200km north

It is sitting 200km north And the

cyclone warning is now active from

Yeppoon to Hervey Bay. Rain over

Queensland a few showers for Sydney. A mostly sunny day for Melbourne but becoming cloudy tomorrow with showers developing. Fine in Adelaide. Warm tomorrow with a few showers forecast for Wednesday. Dry and warm in Perth. Hot tomorrow before a bit of cloud moves in later in the week. Fine in Canberra and Hobart. Afternoon cloud for Darwin.

Mel and Kochie, we are keeping an

eye out here on Cyclone Hamish.

Mel and Kochie, we are keeping an eye out here on Cyclone Hamish. It

is sitting just behind me to the

left. It is 200 kilometres

north-north-east. It has shrunk for

Yeppoon. The cyclone itself is still

as intense and still Category 4.

Down the coast to Hervey Bay and

Bundaberg region is on cyclone

warning so that is a concern for

them overnight. Thank you for the

them overnight. Thank you for the

update. We will check in with you update. We will check in with you shortly.

Ahead this morning - how Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull would stop a recession. He'll join us, after 7:00. But next - the sex attack claims rocking the NRL. A league legend weighs in on the Brett Stewart controversy when Sunrise continues. WOMAN: Oh, wow. MAN: Fantastic. We've got our house back. It's perfect. (KIDS SQUEAL) You see, kids? Just like it was before. BIRDS CHIRP OU IDE) D RDS CHIRP OU IDE) Except for your room. Don't settle for less. Switch to GIO Home Insurance and get a safety net of up to 25% extra home cover if the cost to rebuild exceeds your sum insured. GIO - we don't just listen, we do. You could win the ultimate prize pack to beat hard times just by watching Sunrise this week. We've got an appliance package from Haier worth five grand to give away every day. There's a French four-door side-by-side fridge-freezer. A condenser dryer. And a 12-place setting dishwasher. To enter the draw, collect today's codeword: Should the NRL's star player be stood down

while he's investigated for sexual assault? Manly Sea Eagle Brett Stewart is accused of assaulting a 17-year-old girl last Friday night. The NRL has pulled ads promoting the season featuring 24-year-old Stewart. Stewart is expected to line up with his team-mates for training today. Former Broncos player Shane Webcke joins us. Good morning. Should the Manly force Brett Stewart onto the sidelines?

It goes to the issue of trust and I

don't know Brett Stewart that well.

They need to think about or indeed

they know him well enough to know if

he is telling the truth. If that is

the case, it would be logical to

assume that they will let him play

knowing or trusting him to know that

on the other end he will be cleared of the

of the allegation. If there is any

doubt, and I mean any doubt, if

something has happened there, then

they have to stand him down.

they have to stand him down. That the right thing to do. Trust has got

to come in. They got to think

logically. A lot of these

allegations occur. I am not casting

aspersions. A lot of them get made

and you need to think logically and

with your head and not with your

heart so much. I will say this - if

he has done the wrong thing and this

young person has been harmed in any

way, chuck the book at him. One way

or another - it will be damaging to

his career? It will. That is the sad

part of it. Again, not knowing what

Manly's team code of conduct is, we

all have them - he may have violated

that so you stand him down anyway.

It goes back to the trust thing. The

muddle stick regardless whether

there is any basis. Professional

sports people are really starting to

struggle with. Look, we are all the

same in terms of the cross-section

of people that we have in the

community with the 500-odd

professionals. We have the same

thing that all people do. We a

certain percentage just normal

people who are doing their job and a

percentage who are doing the wrong

thing. When these things blow up, it

is like they are all branded like

that. Sporting people, people who

support the sports want to see them

and touch them, all the rest of of

it. Eventually if these things keep

getting alleged and not proven, it

will force them underground and not

seen in public. Shane s thank you

for joining us. You are looking

particularly rugged. You had a rough

weekend? I took part in a charity

game of rugby league. The charity

went out right about the time we

kicked off. All the rugby leagueers

kicked in. The competitive spirit, kicked in. The competitive spirit,,

you never lose it. Yes. Thanks for

joining us. Ahead on the show -

how Central Queensland is coping with the wind and rain

from Cyclone Hamish. And later - Ben Lee drops by to talk about his marriage and his new album. But next - how Britney Spears is spending her time in between concerts. Nelson's entertainment report is coming up on Sunrise. Nelson Aspen's showbiz report brought to you by 'New Idea', for all the latest celebrity news and more. Nelson Aspen is in New York. Good morning. We hear Britney has taken some time out of her tour to visit a children's hospital?

It warms the cockles of my heart

when I get to report a nice,

positive happy Britney story. Yes,

she is in the middle of her

Floridian Circus leg of her tour.

She went to the Miami children's

hospital. She didn't use it as a

photo opportunity but they donated $ photo opportunity but they donated

$100,000 to their Clown Care

program. It is used to hire clowns

for the kids. They is off to Tampa. Has there been any update on Chris Brown and Rihanna?

Just a short time ago word came out

from sources close to Chris Brown

that he is planning to cop a plea,

but a misdemeanour plea with no jail

but a misdemeanour plea with no jail time if he gets his way. The rumour

time if he gets his way. The rumour

is that he will get off without a

felony plea because Rihanna may have

started the physical altercation

between them. It could possibly be

some kind of self-defence defence.

Also, Rihanna and Chris are back in

the studio working on new material.

Are they really married? The prosecution would

prosecution would just - would be so

deflated in their case of them if

the rumours of their secret marriage

are true. We don't know yet. What is

interesting the people behind him

wanting him to get in the studio

want him to do a soulful song as an

apology. If he does that, I hope

there are no profits. If there are

profits I would hope they go to a

battered women's charity. He has

lost his lucrative endorsement. She

has a CoverGirl endorsement. If the

has a CoverGirl endorsement. If the consumers rebel against her,

anything could happen. Wow, gee.

Catch you next hour. We are talking

about Cyclone Hamish. Fifi is in

Yeppoon. Good news, he is tracking

down the coast. Shane is in

Queensland, roughly two hours south

of Yeppoon. They are getting

stronger, minimum spots of rain. Nothing

Nothing serious but remain prepared. " Nothing serious but remain prepared.

"We live five minutes from the

airport. The odd shower and the

occasional scud on and off.

airport. The odd shower and the occasional scud on and off." That is

a technical term? "

a technical term? "Taking all safety

precautions possible but now it is

up to Mother Nature.

up to Mother Nature." Let us know

how you are doing in Queensland. We

are broadcasting live because of it.

Some of our crew flew into Mackay

and the plane took six attempts to

land and it was pretty messy when it

got down. Let us know. Give us the

details. You forget that sort of

stuff It would be scary. "

stuff It would be scary. "He will

get it this time!

get it this time!" Hopefully.

Thought of the Day. What is a weed,

a plant whose virtues have yet been

discovered. Joke of the Day from

Carol. A psychologist goes into a

new town and in the community centre

has free sessions for mums with

their kids. The first mother and he

says what is the name of of your

says what is the name of of your child? Her name is Candy. The

psychologist says because she has a

fetish for foods. The second mother,

he goes around the circle and asks

the child's name. Her name is

brandy. The sigh coal gist says she

will have a fetish for alcohol. And

the third mother says "

the third mother says "Richard, we

are out of here. are out of here." Ahead on Sunrise - the best places to save your money for a rainy day. And soon, how Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull would beat the recession.

He'll join us live. And a report from the cyclone zone as Tropical Cyclone Hamish lurks offshore.

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Not expected to come back in. We got

it all covered. Fifi Box is in Yeppoon. We'll also get the word from emergency services and get experts to plot Hamish's path. And you can help us report this as well. If you're in the cyclone zone, email or SMS us.

Fiona in Queensland says Fraser

Island evacuation, interesting to

note that all media reports from

emergency services and Anna Bligh

indicate campers and tourists have

been evacuate ds. They haven't

warned us of any threat. That is not

good. We are informing you. Be

careful. All the best, though. Good morning. Residents of central Queensland are likely to be spared the worst of Cyclone Hamish with experts now saying it's unlikely to cross the coast. The Category 4 cyclone is moving parallel to the coastline. Severe storms, strong winds and heavy rain will batter the region between Yeppoon and Gladstone and local communities are being told to remain on alert. Rugby league legend Shane Webcke says star player Brett Stewart should be shown no mercy if sex assault allegations against him prove to be true. The 24-year-old Sea Eagles full back is accused of assaulting a 17-year-old girl outside a unit block at North Manly on Sydney's northern beaches.

Webcke says if Manly has any doubts, Stewart should be stood down.

If he has done the wrong thing and

that young per has been harmed in

any way, chuck the book at him and

the game doesn't need it. No charges have been laid but the NRL has suspended its expensive ad campaign which features Stewart as the face of the 2009 season. A young Perth mother will face court today charged over the murder of her daughter during a domestic dispute. The 15-month-old girl was stabbed to death on Saturday night. What we're alleging is there was an argument between the parents and during that argument, the mother of the child has used a knife to attack the father of the child

and unfortunately, their child was in the middle and was fatally stabbed. The family had only recently moved in to the street but police say it wasn't the first time they'd been called to the home. Pacific Brands has withdrawn from the Melbourne Fashion Festival amid outrage over its planned job cuts. The clothing company was to promote its brands over two days this week but has pulled out at the eleventh hour after threats of protest action by unions. Pacific Brands has been a long-time supporter of the fashion festival and this year's commitment was worth in excess of $100,000. Event organisers say they can now use the opportunity to promote local and independent designers. Two British soldiers have been shot dead in Northern Ireland by members of terrorist organisation the Real IRA. The soldiers were collecting pizzas outside their army barracks when gunmen opened fire. Two delivery men and two bystanders were wounded. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says the attackers are cowards.

We will do everything in our power to make sure that Northern Ireland is safe and secure and we assure you that we will bring these murderers to justice. It's the worst attack on British soldiers since the peace accord was signed in 1998 ending 30 years of violence which saw more than 3,000 people killed.

In finance news: Time for sport now with Beretts and a few milestones in South Africa? Day three of the second Test between Australia and South Africa has been a memorable one for two of the Aussies. At 20 years and 98 days

Phil Hughes is now the youngest player in history to score twin centuries in a Test. He spent 346 minutes at the crease, notching up an unbeaten 136 runs. COMMENTATOR: It's in the air and it's gone through the gap. It's all the way to the boundary for four. Ricky Ponting made 81 off 106 balls and moved to fourth on the all-time list of highest test run scorers. He's now scored 10,948. Australia has an overall lead of 506 runs with two days remaining. There's been plenty of passion in this season's NBL grand final series between the Melbourne Tigers and South Dragons.

The Dragons had the upper hand throughout last night's game and eventually emerged with a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series. A moment in the third term could end up costing Tigers veteran Chris Anstey his place in the rest of the series. COMMENTATOR: Oh. And it's unsportsmanlike...

Here we go! Here we go, Steve. It's on. Make sure nobody leaves the bench. Anstey was sent from the court after an elbow to Dragons guard Rhys Carter. Australia's Davis Cup team has taken a 3-2 over Thailand in Bangkok. In the first reverse singles match, Lleyton Hewitt struggled in tough conditions before losing his match but Chris Guccione saved the day with a crucial win. In-form Spaniard Alberto Contador has toughed out pouring rain and strong winds to win the first stage of the Paris-Nice race. Cadel Evans was the best of the Aussies,

he finished back in 19th place. And the race for this year's FA Cup title is intensifying. After a slow start, Everton has hit back to down Middlesbrough 2-1 and book a place in the semifinals of the FA Cup. Arsenal, playing catch-up after the postponement of their fourth round replay, defeated championship side Burnley 3-nil to qualify for a quarterfinal against Hull.

Good morning to everyone at the

Townsville turf club. We had a great

night down there with Michael and

the guys on Friday night. Weekend at

the races? Just a quiet Friday

night. That sounds like you. Fifi

has the weather this morning from

Yeppoon. Cyclone Hamish is passing

through the area. How is everything

looking? It is looking OK at the

moment. Residents are waking up with

a sigh of relief. It has shrunk a

little and it is running parallel at

the moment so let's hope we can keep

it that way. Sunrise weather brought to you by Berocca Performance. Dive into every day and bring out your natural fizz. Tropical Cyclone Hamish is bringing heavy rain, gales and large seas.

Sitting 200km to 220km north-east of

Yeppoon. Showers along the New South

Wales coast. Isolated storms over

the interior but dry along the

southern coastline.

Rain developing over Brisbane. A few showers for Sydney. Fine in Canberra and Hobart.

A mostly sunny day for Melbourne. Fine in Adelaide.

Dry and warm in Perth. Afternoon cloud for Darwin.

We will continue to broadcast live

here from Central Queensland from

the Capricorn Coast. See you in half

an hour. Cyclone Hamish has changed direction as it continues to make its way down the Queensland coast. Hamish is still a category 4 cyclone

but overnight, it's moved away from the coastline slightly and is now travelling parallel to it. Bruce Grady is from Emergency Management Queensland and Rockhampton Mayor Brad Carter is in Yeppoon. Let's start with you, Bruce. How much of a threat is the cyclone still posing after changing direction? Know

Cyclones as we know are

unpredictable but we will continue

to plan to make sure all the people

on the coast are as safe as they can

be. Given the change, are you pretty

confident it won't cross the

coastline? It hasn't given any

indication it will do that?

Certainly the advice indication it will do that?

Certainly the advice We are getting

is that the area of uncertainty is

moving out to sea and that is making

us much more confident but not complacent. Brad Carter, your area was in line to cop Hamish's force overnight.

You must be relieved. We are

relieved but we will have further

meetings to discuss the matter. It

looks like the worse of it passed

us. Did many leave the area in

preparation? No, we have a

responsible community and got

messages out warning people of the

situation and made sure we didn't

have any major problems. At 5:00

yesterday we decided not to initiate

the evacuation centres and we based

iten right sources and made the

right decision. We are getting

emails from viewers, particularly

parents. What about school? We had a

conversation with the schools and it

was their impression that they will

key it open

key it open but will decide this

morning. If any parent is looking

for advice, check in at 7:

for advice, check in at 7:30 but it

looks like the weather is good

enough for kids to go to school. A

whole bunch of kids saying "

whole bunch of kids saying "Why bother. whole bunch of kids saying "Why

bother." What does that mean? Will

it come back? That is always the

with this particular one probably

not but people should continue to

listen to the radio and local TV and

monitor. Thank your time.

So how long is Hamish likely to remain a threat? Weatherman Anthony Cornelius is following the cyclone. Good morning.

I won't ask whether it can do a U

turn. Good news with Hamish changing

direction. What is likely to happen

from here? Is he pretty much gone?

You can never discount a Tropical

Cyclone and that is the difficult

part rlt in - in the next 24 to 48

hours it is taking a path. More

models are continuing that it will

move out to sea and given its

intensity a lot are hoping that will

happen. There are forecast mod sells

saying it could take a southern

track as ita profps the Hervey Bay

area and we are not out of the woods yet.

area and we are not out of the woods

yet. It could change paths if it yet. It could change paths if it

changed before that it could change

again? There is again? There is that

again? There is that chance. Most

likely it will continue to go to the likely it will continue to go to the

south-east. About that 24 to 48-hour

mark. That is the sit cal - critical

mark. That is the sit cal - critical

time. If it will change, it will

time. If it will change, it will

change then. It is a Category 4. How change then. It is a Category 4. How

strong are the winds and how much

rain will you see? The winds are

rain will you see? The winds are 250km/h. It is hard rain will you see? The winds are 250km/h. It is hard

250km/h. It is hard To gauge,

rain will you see? The winds are 250km/h. It is hard To gauge those

winds. The best gauge is to compare it o

it o earth

winds. The best gauge is to compare it o earth it is best to compare it

to other cyclones. Thankfully it is

expected to weaken slowly as it

moves south-east. Hopefully if it

turns back it should be a lot

weatherer than it is now. Good news.

Thank you for your time.

We've been warned of another cyclone bearing down on Australia. The global economic crisis is so bad it's hard to find the right word to describe it. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd had a tough time when he faced a studio audience on Channel 7's 'Sunday Night' program. You either sit back as government and do nothing and just wait for the free market to fix it all up or you step in and try and fill the breach for a temporary period and that means temporary borrowings. So I need to say on that people have to understand that because there's gonna be the usual political shit storm - sorry political...political storm over that. Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull has called it a storm but he has a problem with the word "cyclone". Mr Turnbull joins us now. Good morning.

What is the problem using the term

cyclone? It is important to refer to

it accurately. Mr Rudd does not

remind us how strong Australia is to

other countries. The reason he

doesn't do that is the economic

strength of the previous 11.

strength of the previous 11.5 years

of the Government. Took off debt and

took off the debt for future

generations. If you use the storm

metaphor, a lot of countries went in

secure and Kevin rut sdnd want to

say that because he is allergic to

John howed ward. Another word many economists are starting to use in Australia is "recession". Former Treasurer Peter Costello also says we're in recession. The Prime Minister came close last night.

It is getting tougher and tougher.

We had 0.25% of negative growth.

There is only a limit to the amount

of time that you can swim against

the global tide. Using the R word

the global tide. Using the R word?

We talk about recession all the

time. Anyone who lost their job or

businesses closed or can't get

finance they are if a owe session.

It is a technical term. Two

consecutive terms of negative

growth. The reality is that the

growth. The reality is that the economy is slowing. In some parts of

the country a lot of people

slowing. They are racking up

the country a lot of people are

billions and billions - We are

almost finished with the quarter

that will judged as the second leg.

We don't need to wait for the

figures. Again we are wasting time

on a semantic debate. We need to

talk about what the Government would

do now. Wla would you do? I would

bring the tax cuts from July 1 this

year and next year because it

stimulates the overall economy, it

lifts all the votes. Wou take the

burden of for small businesses. That

would immediately over the next

couple of years lower the cost of

employing people. We would offer

incentives to invest. If they want

to improve the water efficiency and

they get accelerated to hire people

to do that. I would invest?

they get accelerated to hire people to do that. I would invest in

something worthwhile. I was in

Cessnock. 83 people lost their jobs

there, this is the Pacific Brands

factory there. Talking to the local

community, under the Howard

government we were going to build a

link called the F3 link. All the

work is down and you can start the

work is down and you can start the plan immediately. People were saying

this guy is there watching bleeding

jobs and it will contribute to the

economy, thaws of jobs and do being

nothing. Mr Rudd says if you are not

in agreement with him. I am for

something that will give us a lift

in productivity and economic

stimulus. The issue of highly paid

executives? Are you weighing into

this? Should there be a cap on pay?

When I took on the board of Fairfax

20 years ago for giving themselves

an option deal. The seen Year

executives should have their

remuneration agreed to by the air

remuneration agreed to by the air shaelders. If the seniors want to

give a share? At the moment they

don't have to vote. They can be

told. The board makes the decision.

Give it to

Give it to the shareholders at

annual meeting? Yes. Perfect. It

should be at least the CEO. That may

be all you need. At least the CEO

held accountable in the direct way

you can be sure they will deal with

it appropriately. You've singled out Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's wife Therese Rein.

I congratulate her in the ard kl.

The only point I made was Kevin Rudd

hypocrisy. He is a hypocrite. The

neoralism has damaged the world. He

criticised outsourcing and

privatisation. His family fortune,

he is the richest man to be Prime

Minister. It is based on family

business taking over the family

employment service. He is attacking

the reform which he so massively

benefited. That is hypocritical. So

we have the richest Prime Minister

and richest Opposition Leader. It

could be. If they work hard and

create jobs. That is what losy and I

have done, starting businesses,

cutting-edge technology. We have had

a life of enterprise. Labor attacks

me on this. I think it is I good

thing. I support enterprise. It will

encourage enterprise and encourage

people to have a good. Hear, hear. Thank you for your time. Staying with finance, next hour we'll reveal the best bank accounts for spenders and savers. That's at 8:15. Guns are back in the news. Almost 4,000 children have reportedly been given access to firearms in New South Wales. Some kids as young as 12 are licensed to hunt. The anti-gun lobby, a child psychologist and the mother of a boy shot dead but his 14-year-old friend have questioned the rules. They say children are banned from drinking alcohol until they're 18 and can't drive until 16 but they can shoot from the age of 12.

We're asking what you make of all this.

One of the things we said earlier is

that none of us are involved in gun clubs so we

clubs so we didn't want to make

comment. This viewer says "

comment. This viewer says "Thanks

for not jumping to conclusions. My

husband is a member of a gun club

and shoots with my son who is three.

My philosophy it is education and

strict safety controls that will

stop trablgic accidents.

stop trablgic accidents." You can

shoot with a fully licensed adult

shooter. I have been

shooter. I have been handling all sort of went

sort of weapons. When you are a city

slicker it is easy to jumps to

conclusions without knowing rural

life. Send us an email on your views

and we will talk about it throughout the morning. You could win the ultimate prize pack to beat hard times just by watching Sunrise this week. We've got an appliance package from Haier worth five grand to give away every day. There's a French four-door side-by-side fridge-freezer. A condenser dryer. And a 12-place setting dishwasher. To enter the draw, collect today's codeword:

On the way this hour - we'll be catching up with muso Ben Lee. He got married recently and he's got a new album out. Also coming up - do beeping appliances drive you crazy? Find out what to do about it soon on Sunrise. Hello. Canberrans will celebrate the city's 96th birthday today .. with a concert at stage 88. And there'll be more than 30 events to choose from. We'll also find out who's our local citizen of the year. Our troubled economy will dominate government talks this week.. after figures which show we've slid into recession. The Opposition's expected to officially submit a proposal for an emergency summit ..afterLabor and the Greens last week refused to g The multi-million dollar AFP headquarters near Bungendore's been officially opened and named.. after General John Baker .. the former Defence force chief died 2 years ago. The Pakistani women's cricket team will take on Sri Lanka in the World Cup in town today. It's after Sri Lanka's men's team were targeted by terrorists in Pakistan last week. And 2 hundred Harleys from Cairns.. will roar into Goulburn today.. for Victorian bushfire victims.More at 11. We'll never afford it. RAMS can help you buy it. Use the increased First Home Owners Grant towards your deposit. with less savings than you thought. call 13 RAMS. That's 13 7267. Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar, the world's best low-cost airline - now flying to more than 25 holiday destinations at home and overseas. Visit jetstar.com now. We've got some exciting news from our friends at Accor. They've opened the Pullman at Sydney Olympic Park. It's the city's newest five-star hotel. And to celebrate, you can book a night in a superior room for $150 and receive a free upgrade to a city-view room. You'll even get a discount voucher to use in the hotel's bar and restaurant. But hurry, this offer is only available to the first 200 callers. To book, call 02 8762 7900 and mention Sunrise.

"Living in Gladstone, do you think I

should take the kids to school? Is it safe?

it safe?" There is nothing on the

Queensland website. They will make a decision at 7:

decision at 7:30. At in

decision at 7:30. At in point send

children. It is all as normal. We 89

send thaw decision. The Mayor said

send them because it is not that

bad. That is quite a surf. It

doesn't look too bad, does it? A bit

choppy. It is probably normally

fairly flat. OK, Beretts is the

expert. Surfing correspondent. Later

in the program we will talk about

the perfect cup of tea. Mr Dilmah, a

bloke from Sri Lankan. We got a Sri

Lankan part of the family. Bree is

married to a Sri Lankan bloke and

probably related Start the interview

with that. It got us thinking - the

best way to brew a cuppa. Do you

still turn the tea pot three time

snz How big is your tea pot? I am a

big stirrer. When you got it on the

cam fire. Milk first? It is an art.

Somebody said you should wash the

tea leaves? Wouldn't you wash the

flavour off? Get rid of any

chemicals. Don't know how many

chemicals in the Dilmah tea. The tea

bags, is there that fancy - There is

tea and there is tea. The tea

section is massive. They got the

section is massive. They got the

different teas. You got to pour it

and then do it again. It is more

complicated A bag and water and

Bob's your uncle. New Zealand is bringing back knights and dames on the Honours List. So should Australia follow suit? More on that shortly. Plus later - our mate Ben Lee talks about marriage and making his latest album. Authorities in Queensland say the danger of Cyclone Hamish hasn't passed yet even though it's no longer heading for land. The Category 4 storm was set to cross the coastline near Harvey Bay north of Brisbane tonight. But it's now changed direction and is moving parallel to the coast.

Certainly the advice we are getting

from the experts at the Weather

Bureau showing us that the area of

uncertainty is moving out to sea and

that is making us much more

confident but certainly not complacent. Hamish is around 230 kilometres north-north-east of Yeppoon on the central Queensland coast.

A 13-year-old boy has fallen to his death overnight at a school in Melbourne. Police say he and some friends were sitting on a shade sail at Hastings Westpark Primary School south-east of Melbourne when it collapsed. A 14-year-old boy was flown to hospital with serious head injuries while a third boy was also hurt. Police are preparing a report for the Coroner. The Prime Minister might have given a frank assessment of the financial crisis last night, even dropping a swear word on national television but the Opposition Leader doesn't think he's been frank enough. Kevin Rudd is being accused of talking down the economy to avoid taking action to help it recover. Economy

It is important to talk about the

economy accurately and objectively.

He doesn't remind Australians how

strong we are are to relative economies. Both the Prime Minister and Mr Turnbull are still reluctant to use the term 'recession'

when referring to Australia's financial position. And the Vatican claims the washing machine has had a greater liberating role for women

than the contraceptive pill. The commentary features in the official 'Vatican Daily' to mark International Women's Day. It says

the washing machine contributed to the emancipation of women by allowing them to "put in the powder, close the lid and relax". The debate is still open

with some suggesting the Pill has liberated Western women. Others say the biggest freedom is being able to work outside the house.

Gee, the Pope is in touch. He has

his finger on the pulse. I love it.

A woman who has become emancipated

or ee mans yaited by the washing

machine. We all do that. We turn the

washing machine on and sit down and

relax because once it is done there

is nothing to do. There is much to

do. I have been informed by some

spies that I have that a certain

person on this desk actually mowed

the lawn on the weekend. Did you! the lawn on the weekend. Did you!?

Well done. While the washing was on.

Just after she made a cup of tea for

John. You are a perfect lady. I was

digging tree roots out of the

backyard. I got two toots. Were you

wearing that outfit? No. It needed

mowing. It is the first time I ever

did it and probably the last. I need

a beer. I had to get John to come

out and start it. I wouldn't know out and start it. I wouldn't know

how to do it. Sport. Beretts, move

on. Need something manly after that.

You got two toots? Yes. Onya, Mel. Phil Hughes has described his historic performance during the second Test against South Africa as special. He scored an unbeaten 136, including 13 fours and 2 sixes to become the youngest player, at 20 years and 98 days, to score twin centuries. He broke a record that has been held by George Headley since 1930. COMMENTATOR: Hughes goes massive.

Very exciting. I didn't actually

know about that record until

know about that record until I

walked into the sheds an the cover

guys mentioned it. It is a very

special moment to be honest. It was a magical day for skipper Ricky Ponting too. He notched up 81 and sits behind Allan Border, Brian Lara and Sachin Tendulkar on the list of highest test run scorers with 10,948. Australia is on track for victory with a 506-run lead with two days remaining. AFL legend Mark Ricciuto is recovering in hospital after crashing his bicycle head on with a car in Adelaide's eastern suburbs yesterday. He was reportedly thrown from his bike

and received a nasty gash to the head. Australia is working its way out of the Davis Cup wilderness after a 3-2 win over Thailand in Bangkok. In the first reverse singles match Lleyton Hewitt struggled in tough conditions, losing his match. But Chris Guccione saved the day with his win. The Melbourne Tigers will learn if they face the South Dragons in game three of the NBL grand final series with or without star Chris Anstey. Anstey appeared to elbow Dragons guard Rhys Carter in the head, it sparked an ugly melee. The Dragons hold a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series.

Forlgt the - forget the MCG and Ed

had stadium. The place will be

Bunbury oval. They are not doing

tickets. Manjimup. Right near Faye.

Bunbury visitor centre. Mum works

Bunbury visitor centre. Mum works there a couple days a week and the

Good Guys. Head on down and get your

tickets. Let us know what the

players think of it. Two toots for

Fifi. She is up in the tropical

cyclone area this morning? Yes,

broadcasting live from Central

Queensland this morning and keeping

you up to date with tropical Cyclone

Hamish. Let's look at the forecast. Sunrise weather brought to you by Berocca Performance. Dive into every day and bring out your natural fizz. Tropical Cyclone Hamish is bringing heavy rain, gales and large seas.

Sitting 200km east of Yeppoon and

now it is active from Yeppoon now it is active from Yeppoon to Hervey Bay. Rain developing over Brisbane and continuing for most of the week. A few showers for Sydney today and also sticking around for the rest of week. A mostly sunny day for Melbourne but becoming cloudy tomorrow with showers developing. Fine in Adelaide. Warm tomorrow with a few showers forecast for Wednesday. Dry and warm in Perth. Hot tomorrow before a bit of cloud moves in later in the week. Fine in Canberra and Hobart. Afternoon cloud for Darwin.

I am down here on the Yeppoon

coastline. The cyclone is about 200

kilometres to my left. There are a

few residents there on the island.

few residents there on the island. In less an than hour the tide will reach 4.

reach 4.8 metres which is the

highest tide in a month. That couple

with the high seas, it could lead to

flooding. That the concern at the

moment. We will check back in with

you. At the Ridges in Yeppoon, they

put all the chairs the pool. In the

pool. What a good idea so they sdont

blow anywhere. If you are at a

resort, wow have a lot of chairs.

That is a logical thing. Put them in

there before they are blown in there. Next hour - the bank accounts that suit savers and spenders. Plus soon - muso Ben Lee drops by for a chat about the big changes in his life. But after the break - should knights and dames make a comeback on our honours list? People think, "Long weekend. Bunnings will be opened. "Go in and get the things that I need to finish that project "that I started a year ago, a month ago, a week ago." Triangle shade sail, $19.98. Jumbuck 4-burner BBQ, $199. Black & Decker toolbox, $34.97. Mortein outdoor mosquito lantern, $13.48. If you happen to find a cheaper price on a stocked item, we'll beat it by 10%. We have the lowest prices. SONG: # Bunnings Warehouse. # Lowest prices are just the beginning. You put on your makeup and come down to the TV station. Put on that too-tight skirt. (LAUGHTER) You know all across the nation little boys are turning on the TV saying, "Momma, I gotta catch the news". Chris Isaak certainly makes a big impression when we have him on the show. And look out, Mel, he's back tomorrow. That's two songs from Chris Isaak, Tuesday on Sunrise.

Thank you. Oh! Workplace bullying,

ladies and gentlemen. Vicious. That

is just the beginning. Knights and dames are making a comeback in New Zealand. The Government is reinstating the titles nearly nine years after they were abolished. 85 New Zealanders who received honours since 2000 will decide whether to accept the title of knight or dame. Here in Australia there've been no new knights or Dames since Bob Hawke got rid of them in 1986. Should we reinstate those titles too? It's over to our Monday All Stars Richard Glover of ABC Radio and ad guru Jane Caro. Good morning to you both. Richard, can you see this happening here?

I cannot see it happening here.

Unless you got a horse and a suit of