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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. It's put fear into all of us. Recession. So we're fighting back. Time to get Australia moving again. This morning, it's time. need to start thinking positive. The experts explain how and why we to reject the recession. It's our campaign Plus... And the Gold Logie goes to... ..Rebecca Gibney. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

and I'm really, really thrilled. This is so bloody marvellous for TV's favourite family. A raft of Logies from the red carpet. And the hits and misses on the Monday edition of Sunrise. Find out who won in fashion stakes # Reach up for the sunrise... # Kochie and Mel. VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central, Hello and thanks for joining us. we've seen so many stories In the past few months about the global financial crisis. It even has its own buzz-word - GFC.

for a reality check. But we think it's time to stay positive We reckon there is very good reason

better than the rest of the world. because Australia is doing a lot

to start rejecting the recession. So this morning we're going throughout the show, We'll tell you more Nat has the news of this Monday. but in the meantime, Good morning. has been left orphaned A 12-year-old girl in Victoria's north-east. following a head-on crash Her parents and aunt died and burst into flames when their car flipped on the Maroondah Highway last night. her 76-year-old grandmother The girl and with life-threatening injuries. were airlifted to hospital to them, no-one does We don't like being called out the families of the people involved and it's especially terrible for that have been killed. was trying to overtake another car Police believe a silver Ford Volkswagen head-on. when it hit the family's

are recovering in hospital. Four men from the Ford searching for four prisoners Sydney police have spent the night who escaped Parramatta Jail. The inmates, aged 18 and 19, yesterday afternoon. fled between 2:30 and 3:00 and domestic violence offences. The men were in custody for robbery the fourth is Caucasian. Three are Aborigines, they shouldn't be approached. Police warn is warning The World Health Organization is far from over. the swine flu threat in Mexico is 19, The confirmed death toll much lower than first thought. struck in 1918 it vanished briefly But experts say when the virus just months later. only to reappear with a vengeance seeing mild cases now, Even though we might only be in the future. we cannot say what will happen

test results for swine flu 76 Australians are waiting on no confirmed cases here. but so far there are of sore heads this morning There's sure to be a lot

after television toasted its finest TV Week Logie Awards. at last night's

with international superstars The red carpet was awash and some of our most famous faces.

When it came to fashion, your best shoulder forward. it was all about putting Inside the night really belonged Rafters' which took out five awards. to Seven's hit show 'Packed to the nanas really can text. Oh, thank you, this is just proof your pension. Thanks, Mum for spending 'Underbelly', Rove Other big winners included and 'So You Think You Can Dance'. Legendary film critic Bill Collins into the Logies Hall of Fame. was inducted Hugh Jackman's latest X-men film to the top of the US box office has clawed its way with a $120 million opening weekend. in slightly behind Wolverine has come 'X-Men: The Last Stand' the trilogy's final chapter

in its first 48 hours. which took in more than $142 million Kochie runs through shortly the all-important finance figures with Mark Beretta. but first, here's a sport update Australia has gone down to Pakistan of the one-day series in Abu Dhabi. in the final match

proved nowhere near enough The Aussies' victory target of 251 by seven wickets. with Pakistan romping home

Shane Watson showed

of a long-term back injury, he's shaken off the effects hitting an unbeaten century. overshadowed by Kamran Akmal But Watson's performance was

of his own who scored an unbeaten ton to a morale-boosting win. to guide Pakistan Australia won the 5-game series 3-2. blistering start to the season St Kilda has continued its

over the Western Bulldogs with a comprehensive 28-point win at Etihad Stadium. test yet with flying colours, The Saints passed their stiffest leading at every change from six matches. to record their sixth victory the Saints the ultimate compliment Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade paid with the Cats saying they're up there as the benchmark side of the AFL.

has been named and Dragons utility back Darius Boyd To rugby league

in Friday's test against New Zealand to make his international debut

in Brisbane. has retained 12 of the players Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens final to the Kiwis. that lost last year's World Cup

captain of New Zealand side. Benji Marshall has been named Liverpool has kept up the heat Manchester United on premier league leaders relegation-threatened Newcastle with a comprehensive 3-0 win over

at Anfield this morning. at the top of the league The win cuts United's lead

but they do have a game in hand. to just three points

Big week for Craig Lowndes and Team

Vodafone. Won both races, Craig

Lowndes. If it is not one it is the Vodafone. Won both races, Craig

other. Fifi has your first look at

the weather from Melbourne. Is that

the same 'do you had last night? Did

you sleep gently so you didn't mess

up your hair? Sleep or rested? It is

one of those nights, where you

remember, you are having a chat and

you look at your watch and it is 3:

you look at your watch and it is

3:30. You look stunning. Beautiful

dress. Thank you very much. It was a

beautiful dress by Palace. They did

wonders and Lizzy did a fantastic

job with the hair. Nothing was me. I

was responsible for none of it. Have

you still got it on under the

trenchcoat? No, I got my jeans on. I

took the dress off carefully. It was

a great night and I carried the

torch for Sunrise. I was

torch for Sunrise. I was representing you in the best way I

could possibly, very diplomatically

and politely. That means she was the

last to leave. Carry the torch and

burn the candles at both ends. More

importantly though let's look at the forecast. Sunrise weather for Annie Lennox's new album this Mother's Day. Australia, then a mostly sunny day. Clearing showers from Tasmania and coastal Victoria. Warm easterly winds will keep the temperatures up in Western Australia. And onshore winds will bring showers to the northern New South Wales and Queensland coasts. A shower or two in Brisbane. Mostly sunny in Sydney. A shower or two for Melbourne today. Sunny and cool in Canberra. And morning showers for Hobart. Adelaide, mostly sunny. Blue sky in Perth. And for the latest weather at your place all day:

We had the Logies last night. Today

we have Jetstar's 5th birthday of

delivering low fares to all of

Australia. Why are you laughing? Can

you stand outside in Melbourne in

the middle of the night in a plane?

That is so funny. We got our

That is so funny. We got our balloons and we are in Fed Square

and we are having fun. Thank you,

Fifi. Thanks, Fif. On behalf of our

sponsors, we fly with Jetstar. You

are just bagging them! No, I was

laughing with them! I love to see

where your next seat allocation is.

Sorry, guys. Great idea. Spot on.

Toilets don't smell at all. Ahead this Monday - our campaign to reject the recession. Why you should stay positive. We'll talk to the experts and hear how Aussies can make the most of bad times. Straight ahead, though, Jelena Dokic ends the speculation about her relationship with her father. Find out what really went on when Sunrise continues. it uses more of the rich nutrients to give you longer-lasting energy.

I am wearing Carla Zampatti and I it

is the most beautiful thing I have

worn. Later on, the hits and misses. We rate this year's red carpet fashion. That's coming up after 7:00. But right now, Nat has been going through Monday's papers. The Sydney 'Morning Herald' has a disturbing story about tennis star Jelena Dokic. The page-one headline says "My Father Abused Me". Jelena has told a magazine Damir physically abused her for years. She says her boyfriend has helped her to recover. Jelena has told a magazine Damir physically abused her for years. She says her boyfriend has helped her to recover. The 'Courier-Mail' has what looks like good news on the Government's promised tax cuts. It says they're likely to be delivered in the Budget.

But although higher-income earners will receive a generous cut, they'll face tighter means-testing on benefits. And South Australian supermarkets go plastic bag free from today. But there's a warning from the Government about retailers profiteering on those reusable bags. Some cost close to $5 each.

But do you already have quite a collection of green bags? Do you always leave them at home when you head out shopping? Let us know.

I have left them at home, I know I

always do. I often thought a

tradie's tool belt for those

environmentally friendly bags you

don't forget. You just whip them off

and - Like corks on your and - Like corks on your fly and - Like corks on your fly hit.

and - Like corks on your fly hit -

on the fly net. Or leave them in the

boot. I leave them in the pantry. The headline writers are having fun with the Logies. 'The Australian' says

"Shout it to the Rafters - Gibney finally strikes gold".

'The Age' says "Gibney rocks rafters with Gold and Silver Logies". Gretel Killeen's hosting performance also features in the papers.

'The Age' says "Pins drop as our host dies on stage". A comedy skit last night had the punchline of Gretel being shot dead and the paper reckons things went downhill from there. But it also says a room full of actors could have done a better job of pretending to have a good time. There's more on the Logies later this hour with Nuala's E-Spot.

Let us know what you thought of the show. Was Gretel really that bad?

It is THE hardest job. We watched it

from home, you realise what an

enormously tough job to stand up

there in front of all those cynical

people and host a show. It would be

a tough crowd. She looks gorgeous. I

like her dress. It is a beautiful

dress. It is a bit hard for us to

comment, not being there and stuff

like that. We go to bed early before

you can see the whole performance.

Did 'The Age' get it right? Was she

that bad? It seems every year the

host gets criticised. Who was given

praise to? Den ton. praise to? Den ton. It was just an

interesting way - the opening Mon

log and as you can see she got shot

dead on stage and that was just a

bit awkward, I thought. We all

remember Bert. Bert was the best

Logies host ever. It was his. Andrew

Denton, I reckon. But Bert set the

mould. He defined it.

Ahead - saying no to the negativity. What we can do to boost confidence in Australia's economy. But next, Kochie's finance report. And...

Thank you so much. Oh my God. We

could play hide the Logie onset now.

Thank you Tasmania. I think you got

me over the line. What a night for Rebecca Gibney. Later, she talks to us live about her Gold Logie win. You're watching Sunrise on Seven. (UPLIFTING MUSIC) VOICEOVER: For generations, Milo has been made from malted barley. Giving kids the energy to go further. Milo - goodness to go. In finance news -

Warren Buffett, 35,000 people turned

up to hear him speak. He said

inflation is going to come back

because Governments will need to do

it to pay down the debt they are it to pay down the debt they are

racking up to get out of the global

financial crisis. I have been

telling you that for a couple weeks.

Be aware of that in two years time. Now it's over to Savanth Sebastian from Commsec. Firstly, the slump in manufacturing, how bad is it?

Well, Kochie, we are seeing around

the globe there are tentative sides of the globe there are tentative sides

of manufacturing rebounding. Locally

things are likely to get worse.

Orders in manufacturing are starting

to slide H in the next few months

things are getting worse. In WA

things are getting worse. In WA and South Australia they are seeing

record lows because they are seeing

resource companies finding it a lot

more difficult to get funding. In

the short term it will get worse but

we will wait on the Reserve Bank to

get a better indication of growth figures. Now to the week ahead, what should we watch out for? There's that RBA meeting tomorrow.

What are they likely to do and say?

It will be Reserve Bank and the

highlight and the Reserve Bank Board

decision tomorrow and we are

expecting them to keep rates on

hold. It is the growth forecast that

will come out tomorrow or Friday

will come out tomorrow or Friday and it will define growth in Australia

over the next year. In the

over the next year. In the short

term they will be pessimist tick but

long-term more optimistic. A lot of

data coming out. The highlight are

the retail sale numbers on

Wednesday. The stimulus will have a

marginal impact and unemployment is

continuing to rise. We expect 5.

continuing to rise. We expect 5.8%

and about 20,000 jobs to be lost.

Thank you for that. We want more of

these green shoots, the green shoots

are the little bits of growth coming

through the economy. That is what

the economists are calling it now.

If you want to impress the neighbours say "

neighbours say "I want to see some

green shoots in the economy.

green shoots in the economy." Still ahead - the marketing experts putting a positive spin on the recession. And later - the stars who won the fashion stakes at the Logies. But next - this morning's news and Fifi has the weather from Melbourne. This is Sunrise on Seven. MAN: You might think it's healthy in here, but is it? New advanced Listerine Total Care is the only mouthwash that helps you achieve six key signs of a healthy mouth - tartar-free teeth, no plaque build-up, healthy gums, no tooth decay, naturally white teeth and fresh breath. (BOOM!) New Listerine Total Care with a unique 6-in-1 formula. One mouthwash, six ways to a healthier mouth. For quite a while now, the First Home Owners Grant

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A bit of breaking news. We spoke to

Cate Corbett who was in Mexico for a

wedding and she has just tested

positive as her boyfriend. Two

Aussie citizens over in the UK and

both have tested for swine flu.

There was another Aussie yesterday.

We will let you know more throughout the morning. Still to come - Australia's crisis of confidence. Why are we so down on ourselves when we're doing better than the rest of the world? We'll launch our campaign to get the country moving again. And in the meantime, we want to hear from you. Maybe you've started a new business to take advantage of the times. Or a new job. Email or SMS us with your story.

A friend of mine, her husband is

looking at possibly being made

redundant. Some companies are

looking at 12-month sabbatical.

Maybe a tree change and come back

Maybe a tree change and come back when it is hopefully a lot better.

Obviously, financially it is a bit

Obviously, financially it is a bit tricky but as long as they go

somewhere affordable, out of the big

smoke, one way. I know a couple

blokes who got retrenched and

decided to turn their passion into a

business. They always dreamt of

doing it but scared because the job

was secure and they are going

gangbusters. It is good. Let us know your experiences. Soon on Sunrise - Nuala has our brand new entertainment report, the E-Spot. And the best and worst of Logies fashion. Don't miss our red carpet special. But now it's news time. Here's Nat. Three members of the one family have been killed in a head-on crash in Victoria's north-east. Police believe a silver Ford was trying to overtake several cars on the Maroondah Highway last night when it crashed into an oncoming red Volkswagen. A 12-year-old girl and her grandmother were airlifted to hospital with broken bones and burns. Her parents and aunt died at the scene. Four men from the Ford were also taken to hospital. The crash closed the Maroondah Highway for several hours. The Queensland town of Toowoomba has been devastated by a horror crash that's left two boarding school students dead. Seven teenagers were in this sedan, including two in the boot, when it lost control on the New England Highway, flipped over the median strip and crashed into an oncoming car. At this stage you can only speculate as to why on earth two people would've been in the boot and one of those young people tragically is deceased. The other passenger who died was thrown through the back windscreen. Three others are in a critical condition in hospital. Bloody violence has broken out in Egypt over the slaughter of the nation's 300,000 pigs because of the swine flu outbreak. Angry pig farmers hurled stones and bottles at police to stop them forcibly removing the animals. Police used tear gas to disperse the crowd. The government ordered the pig cull even though Egypt hasn't recorded a single case of swine flu. 12 people were hurt in the protest. Hollywood has descended on the ancient city of Rome ahead of the premiere of 'Angels and Demons'.

Tom Hanks returns as Robert Langdon in the 'Da Vinci Code' sequel directed by Ron Howard and also starring Ewan McGregor. The film's leading man has warned audiences not to expect too many love scenes. We really don't have time to make out or go to bed when cardinals are being killed on the hour. 'Angels and Demons' opens in Australian cinemas later this month. Time for sport now with Beretts and Pakistan finishes the one-day series on a high. Pakistan has stunned Australia in the final match of the limited overs series in Abu Dhabi. Set 251 for victory, Pakistan cruised home by seven wickets Kamran Akmal was the backbone of the Pakistan run chase, hitting a classy unbeaten 116. Akmal combined with Misbah ul-Haq

for a match-winning partnership of 198.

The guys played fantastic. Full

credit goes to Pakistan. They outplayed us. Shane Watson matched Akmal's effort, carrying his bat for the entire Australian innings to finish 116 not out. Australia won the 5-match series 3-2. Brownlow Medal favourite Gary Ablett is in doubt for Saturday's clash with the Swans

after injuring his groin in Geelong's 43-point win over the Demons. Ablett left the field during the final quarter and Cats coach Mark Thompson has indicated the short turnaround will most likely see

the superstar midfielder sit out the match. In yesterday's twilight clash St Kilda continued their unbeaten start to the season, scoring a comfortable 28-point win over the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium. Injury is expected to rule Penrith flyer Michael Jennings out of the City Origin line-up for Friday's clash with Country in Orange. Jennings is struggling to overcome an ankle injur and his centre partner Chris Lawrence is also battling an ankle problem but is hopeful of being cleared to play. Country utility Ben Hornby is in doubt with a hip injury. Reigning MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi has broken through for his first win of the new season, taking out the Spanish Grand Prix ahead of Dani Pedrosa. The win gives Rossi a 1-point lead in the championship from Australia's Casey Stoner who recorded his first ever podium position in Spain, finishing third.

There you go. Beretts, thank you for

that. Fifi has the weather from

that. Fifi has the weather from Melbourne. She has woken up with a

bit of a zing this morning. Yes, I

have. I woke myself up from my

45-minute nap. It was not only a big

celebration for the Logies but a big

night for Jetstar. Sunrise weather for Annie Lennox's greatest hits - make it music for Mum this Mother's Day. A shower or two and 24 degrees in Brisbane. Clearing tomorrow, but showers are forecast to return on Wednesday. Mostly sunny and 22 in Sydney. A few showers tomorrow, the dry and mild through until Friday. A shower or two for Melbourne today and 17. The rain should hang around for the working week. Adelaide, mostly sunny with a top of 19 degrees. A bit of cloud around tomorrow and a shower or two on Wednesday. Blue sky and 28 in Perth. And that's the way it's going to stay right through until Friday. Sunny and cool in Canberra. Morning showers then 14 degrees for Hobart. 33 in Darwin today. And for the latest weather at your place all day:

In the five years that Jetstar has

been offering great low fares in

Australia, 14 million people have

flown and nearly half of those have

flown for less than $

flown for less than $100. If you

ever want to speak to cabin crew, I

have Jessica and Kylie here. What is

the best part? I have to say the

crew I work with. Good answer. We

get to fly to wonderful destinations

around Australia and

internationally. And we get to fly

people there. With a smile on your

face. What would be your favourite

international destination? Honolulu.

I was there for I was there for only

I was there for only a day and a

half but the weather was beautiful.

I will be heading to the Gold Coast

with you girls so we will see you in

half an hour. You will be napping. I

love the Jetstar flight because you

are sitting there reading a book and

all of the sudden comes on "

all of the sudden comes on "Hi, I'm

Mel Doyle.

Mel Doyle." Imagine when it is me. I

am like ohhh! Of love it. So donate

your coins to help the Star Kids. We

always do what you say, Mel. We get

the coins out. I do as I am told. I

so trained you well. Thought of the

Day - we are doing it earlier

because it is so well worth it. We

got Nuala's east spot.

got Nuala's east spot. To Joke of the Day and Thought of the Day is

this time. Nat was requesting it.

Blessed are the flexible for they

shall not be bent out of shape.

Isn't that good? That is really good

for all you yogi people out there.

People who do yoga. Joke of the Day

comes from Queensland. What would

you get if you cloned Johnny Depp? A

pirated copy. He said he thought

that up himself. Yeah. Sorry. It was

good. It was good. Send in

good. It was good. Send in your Joke of the Day. See if you can get it

past Australia's biggest laugh critic. Ahead this morning -

why you should be thinking positive about the future. We'll launch our campaign to Reject the Recession.

Plus later, the frocks and shocks from the Logies red carpet. But next we'll hit the E-Spot with Nuala for the Logies latest.

And find out which singing heart-throb is being sued by his own fan.

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Good to be back? Yes, I am here in

Melbourne and I had about 45 minutes

sleep so a good way to start the new

job. You have been hanging out with

Fifi. It is getting into winter here

so you should probably put a cardie

on. And ruin this look? Did you

learn nothing from the Logies red

carpet. This is why you are our

entertainment reporter. 'Packed to the 'Rafters was one of the really big winners on the night.

Absolutely and we have ourselves a

new golden girl in Rebecca Gibney.

It is hard to believe this is only

her second and third wins. In 16

previous Logies she walked away with

empty-handed. She will be in to talk

to you just after 8:00. The under big winner of the night was 'Underbelly'. In a fitting criminal twist no footage was allowed to be shown last night. That didn't stop

two of carpet. A lot to be seen. Some of the highlights. Jeb if - Jennifer Hawkins, can she look bad? I don't think so. Annie Lennox added a bit of international flare to it. Now of international flare to it. Now it is time to go to the Hollywood headlines. Good morning. Good morning. Welcome aboard. Nelson, heart-throb Enrique Iglesias could be in a bit of trouble. Why is he being sued by a fan? He should be concerned and so should his lawyers because a young mother is alleging that while driving away from a radio show appearance back in 2007 she alleges that Erique Iglesias's manager backed the car on her daughter's foot and drove away.

She is seeking damages not only for

her daughter but for her for

witnessing this accident. I find it

unlikely that they would drive away

if they were doing any damage. No

word on whether the 11-year-old girl

got the autograph that she was seeking. How

seeking. How much to ease the pain?

$ seeking. How much to ease the pain?

$25,000 and that would help to

recover from that. Seriously, if the

kid's foot was injured, they are

entitled to something. I find it

rather shocking that it takes two

years for this law suit to be filed.

years for this law suit to be filed. Apparently the nice guy of Hollywood has been

has been harassing Anne Hathaway? He

has a lot to celebrate. Wolverine

bringing in millions at the box

office. There you see him carrying

an Hathaway on the stage at the

Oscars. He will make a movie version of

of carousel. Hugh wants to do it and

he wants Anne to do it with him. I

think they would make a dynamic

musical. He could do it with me.

That is it with me and I will be

back with more

back with more Logies news. Thank

you. I think Hugh Jackman can

Carousel as a high school musical.

He can do anything. He is so

talented. He is a great guy. He is

one that chicks and blokes like. So

one that chicks and blokes like. So it is OK for me to drool? Just ahead - from financial experts to small business owners - how we can get our country moving again. And later - Air Supply perform one of their best loved songs live. But next - we wrap the weekend of footy with the highlights from the field and the lowlights from the girls' tipping. You're watching Sunrise on Seven.

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A significant change in the tipping. There are the results of the AFL tipping over the weekend.

The boys were on a winner with Hawthorn and Brisbane.

Should we give the girls double points for picking Port Adelaide? No. Mind you, they could do with the points by the look of the rugby league tips - ouch!

There were seven different ss.

Beretts, the boy, got the lead.

Conference call at 5:00, we talked

about the tips and Mel said "

about the tips and Mel said "Yes,

and that little starts with T rhymes

with Kurd says it is just footy

with Kurd says it is just footy tipping with a smiley face on the end. tipping with a smiley face on the

end." You should have seen the rest

of the SMS messages that came. Let's wrap up the weekend's action, with Campbell Brown from Hawthorn. What a thriller against Carlton. You won by four points after Brendan Fevola's shot at goal hit the post.

You were lucky to get away with that, weren't you?

We are a very happy team at Hawthorn

this week. I thought we probably

deserve to win but we were probably

lucky in the end and we were all

certainly wishing it would hit the

certainly wishing it would hit the post. What a great game to have two

of the big fellows kicking eight

of the big fellows kicking eight

apiece on the day. It was one of the

best games I was involved in. Wins

like this can turn team's fortunes.

Do you think this was a turning

point? Yes, it was a very important

game for us. It was a finals

atmosphere. We had a few injuries and

and we couldn't walk away with

anything but four points. 3-3 is a

lot better than 2-4. We feel we are

getting a bit of momentum now. Hazem El Masri's golden boot ended up giving the Bulldogs a 2-point win over the Wests Tigers. That puts the Doggies at the top of the NRL ladder. Beretts, if it wasn't for El Masri, the Dogs would be in trouble, wouldn't they?

He is imagine nif sipt. He scored

two tries

two tries himself S they won 20-12.

The Bulldogs they were close to

being wooden spooners and down and

out and clawed their way to the top

of the table. Solid guys week in and

week out. Michael Ennis deserves a

pat on the back as well. We should here more

here more about Hazem El Masri. He here more about Hazem El Masri. He

is a shining light for all sports.

He is sensational. We've heard about business executives taking pay cuts. Now Port Adelaide coach Mark Williams says he'd consider one as the club struggles with debt.

Do you reckon this is a good thing?

You want to keep the players together and the coach together and the coach there as

well. Good players taking pay cuts.

I think good coaches have to take

them as well. Particularly if you

are coaching and playing for Port

Adelaide, you do it for nothing! He

is going great. It is hard to know

is going great. It is hard to know which Port Adelaide you are getting.

We know we got the real deal on

Saturday night. Let's Saturday night. Let's see next week.

See you. Campbell, thank you. Take care. Straight ahead - this morning's news and today's weather. And the plan to get Australia moving. How you can join our campaign to Reject the Recession. Plus - the hits and the misses on the red carpet. How long did it take you to look this good? Oh, I can safely say one hour ago we were in tracksuit pants. All the Logies fashion is soon on Sunrise.

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# Reject the recession # You must look out for family # Reject the recession # We're gonna do it, let's do it # Reject the recession. # Ladies and gentlemen - the Reject the Recession Dancers. They're launching our new campaign on Sunrise. It seems this R-word has put fear into all of us. So we're fighting back. Shortly, the experts will explain how and why we need to start thinking positive.

More on that shortly but now Nat's here with the news. Two Australians living in London have this morning been diagnosed with swine flu. Kate Corbett from Sydney and her boyfriend, Peter Wilkinson, have been ordered to stay indoors. A third man who travelled to Mexico with Kate has also tested positive to the virus. They're being treated with Tamiflu but say they're feeling OK.

76 Australians are waiting on test results for swine flu but so far there are no confirmed cases here. Police believe speed was a factor in a fatal car crash which has killed three members of the same family in Victoria's north-east. Several others are being treated in hospital following the head-on collision last night.

The crash happened on the Maroondah Highway near Merton just after 7:00. One car flipped onto its roof and burst into flames. The grey Ford was heading towards Melbourne

when it overtook a number of vehicles and tried to return to the correct side of the road when it stuck the red car coming in the opposite direction. The parents and aunt of a 12-year-old girl were found dead inside the Volkswagen. The child and her grandmother were airlifted to hospital with broken bones and burns. Police say an overtaking lane was just 300 metres ahead. We'd have to say speed is probably the cause of the accident at this stage. Four men from the Ford were taken to hospital two with serious injuries.

It comes just days after another fiery crash on the Princes Highway at Mount Moriac which claimed the life of a 19-year-old man. We don't like being called out to them, no-one does and it's especially terrible for the families of the people involved

that have been killed. Part of the Maroondah Highway was closed throughout the night while the wrecks were cleared.

The New South Wales Government will today announce

a $100,000 reward in an effort to find the young men allegedly responsible for the bashing murder of Brian Gilsenan. The Sydney Water employee was on his way home from a work function

on February 8 last year when he was attacked near Central Station. He never recovered and died of pneumonia in May.

Police will hand out leaflets at train stations this morning, hoping witnesses will come forward. Finalists for the Best Job In the World get their last opportunity to impress today. The 16 candidates from 15 countries have arrived on Queensland's Hamilton Island for their final interviews and challenges. The lucky winner will become the island's caretaker for six months with a $150,000 salary. In finance news:

Here's Beretts with sport and the Hawks feel like they've turned the corner. Hawthorn believes its epic victory over Carlton at the weekend could prove the turning point of their season.

The Hawks have made a patchy start to their premiership defence with injuries and indifferent form leaving them only just inside the top eight after six rounds. But the side is confident it's turned the corner.

We were lucky to win it but got

through the game unscathed and 3-3

for the season is a lot better than

for the season is a lot better than 2-4 and we feel we are getting a bit

of momentum now. The Hawks clash with Essendon on Friday. Australia has lost the final match of the one-day series against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi. The Aussies victory target of 251 proved nowhere near enough

with Pakistan cruising home by seven wickets.. Shane Watson showed he's shaken off the effects of a long-term back injury, hitting an unbeaten century. But Watson's performance was overshadowed by Kamran Akmal

who scored an unbeaten ton of his own to guide Pakistan to a morale-boosting win. Australia won the 5-game series 3-2. Team Vodafone boss Roland Dane has branded his V8 Supercar rivals 'thick' after they questioned the legality of Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup's Falcons at Winton Raceway yesterday.

Lowndes won both races over the weekend with an aggressive but controlled performance in race two yesterday. Team Vodafone's domination

prompted a review of the team's front air splitters but the cars have been cleared. Series leader Jamie Whincup finished 13th. Rafael Nadal's clay court domination continues - the Spaniard collected a fourth Rome Masters title this morning with an hard-fought 7-6, 6-2 win over Novak Djokovic this morning. The victory is Nadal's 15th masters series title and his 30th straight win on clay.

That looks like a good, fun

tournament. Reject the recession.

Silvio Berlusconi went to it. He was

there with his friends. He was

working

working on his divorce proceedings.

Too busy. Soon, our plan to get the country moving. But first let's check in with Fifi who's in Melbourne.

Looking so sprightly considering you

haven't had any sleep. The Jetstar

girls will watch me because we are

at Fed Square, flying around Fed

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And onshore winds will bring showers to the northern New South Wales and Queensland coasts. A shower or two in Brisbane.

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half an hour. Thank you for that. OK, Australia, the time has come to get this country moving. We've been chatting to the experts and we reckon there is very good reason to stay positive. So this morning we're offering a reality check to business, the backbone of our economy.

Yes, many people are doing it tough

but largely because business confidence has been spooked by events overseas. So from this morning, Sunrise says reject the recession. # Stay positive # Reject the recession # You know that life is really good # Reject the recession

We reckon the pendulum of gloom has

gone way too far to the other way. Let's introduce our panel. Craig James from CommSec, foreign affairs editor Keith Suter, Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond, commentator Stephanie Chandler, Tim Messom, who used Facebook to save his business, and Hannah Schwartz from online dating website RSVP. Good morning to you all. Firstly, Craig, Australia is having a crisis of confidence. Is it justified?

No, it is not justified, Kochie.

Here in Australia our economy was in

super strength in this global

super strength in this global financial crisis. What we have done

in Australia is worried about it too

in Australia is worried about it too much. Consumers have cut back on

spending and businesses the same S

we have talked ourselves into that

recession and we to look at the

personal circumstances and the

business circumstances and forget

the doom and glaol abroad. the doom and glaol abroad. Kevin

Rudd if you need to be in any

country this is it. We are so

worried about the banking crisis and

we are the strongest. Westpac is the

8th largest. Not because it has done

anything but the rest have

collapsed. We got a good banking

system. People will still need to eat

eat so we are selling food and

commodities. We got a stable

Government and a stable education.

It is not like the United States.

Absolute horror stories coming out

of the United States. We got a

strength in Australia and we ought to exploit it.

Stephanie, we're being bombarded with bad news about the economy. Is the media partly to blame?

Absolutely. I think the media is

perpetuating a fear. It certainly is

in America S our headlines are

covering the declining real estate

market, the massive layoffs and it

is putting fear in all of us and not

covering the industries that are covering the industries that are

doing well like health care and

Verizon. We have a community that is

thriving. It is interesting because

it is profit-reporting season in the it is profit-reporting season in

it is profit-reporting season in the United States and some of the

commentators are saying by looking

at the results that things are not

as bad because they are as bad because they are delivering

good results. They are and we are

starting to see a shift S I really

feel that small business will carry

us out of this. We have a lot of

opportunities for businesses to

refine the way they with doing

things, take advantage of the

internet and blogs and newsletters.

We are heading in the right direction.

direction. I just wish the media

would report that. Tim, you're a great example of thinking outside the square when everything looks bad. You have a printing business but it was about to go bankrupt. How did you save it?

To be fair I would like to say I was

a bit of a fluke circumstance.

a bit of a fluke circumstance. Things were desperate for me. 10

years having good business selling my

my dad's artwork and my business was

hit by the credit crunch. I had nine

years of absolute stress and then I

used viral marketing on Facebook in

a moment of desperation rather than

skill. It got me out of a deep hole. Goodwill has

Goodwill has helped me out. A lot of

people jumped aboard and now I got

14,000 members that helped my

business out of the worst position

and now I am on the way up. I guess

my lesson was think outside the box

and do something different. John, you run Australia's biggest non-bank mortgage lender Aussie Home Loans.

You actually started the company during the '92 recession.

We had 10%

We had 10%, 11% unemployment. What did people say to you about setting up a business at that time?

Stay away from negativity. The

hardest time to differentiate

yourself in a positive way when

things are going gangbusters. As soon as it

soon as it slows down, opportunities

come. For homebuyers, if they want

to buy a house, they might buy a

property 30% under because of

somebody else's misfortune. Don't be

distracted and wait for the right

opportunity. And do what you do best.

best. During boom times businesses

can fiddle in areas that they

shouldn't. I got no other business

interests. I don't play the stock

market, I stick to my business. Another area that's doing well in the tough times is online dating. Hannah, RSVP's membership has gone up by a third in the first three months of this year. Is the recession really behind that?

We believe it is. Membership is up

31% and it is driven particularly by

women. We talk to our members

regularly. In our most recent survey

two-thirds of them say they believe

it is more expensive to be single than

than a relation sip. What is the

biggest worry, not having a partner

to share the financial burden and

meeting the financial obligation.

What are they doing? Cutting back on

dining and grooming and buying new

clothes but they are not cutting

back on health and fitness and dating.

dating. They are changing their

behaviours. We are seeing that on

the site as well. They are more

serious about dating. Craig, how do we get our confidence back?

Focus on our own personal

Focus on our own personal circumstances. You got mortgages

down significantly, the price of

petrol has gone down petrol has gone down significantly

and the Government is pushing dollar

and the Government is pushing dollar his into everyone's pockets. A lot

of people are saying why aren't we

doing a recession more often. The

unemployment rate is actually 6%

unemployment rate is actually 6%. As

an economy we where doing well. For

businesses it

businesses it is a case of focusing

on the opportunities rather than

focusing on the risks. You can pick

up market share and pick up some of

their business. We are doing our

best to reject the regulation on

Sunrise. It is part of an Sunrise. It is part of an on-going

segment. Thank you for your time. We

will do a lot more to bring back the

optimism. We figure the pendulum has

gone way too far on the reality side. Now here's Mel. At the Logies there are the official awards for our best actors and actresses. And then there's the other gong for best dressed. The fashion stakes are always high. So, who impressed?

# Imagine all the girls and the boys... # Imagine all the girls and the boys...# It's television's biggest night and the stars were out to dazzle. A lot of colour. I'm seeing purple right now

and I think we're going to see a lot of one shoulder a la Michelle Obama. Not everyone was feeling the financial pinch. For many there was a return to elegance. I'm dressed by Steven Kahlil. He's done a good job. We wanted to go old Hollywood glamour and I think he's done it. I feel like a princess. Can I twirl this way? I'm wearing Carla Zampatti and I think it's the most beautiful thing I've ever put on my body. Some opted for statement pieces.

But generally, the boys scrubbed up OK too. I can safely say that one hour ago we were both in tracksuit pants watching football. The big question is who was best dressed? Let's get the verdict from fashion commentator Melissa Hoyer.

Good morning. Melissa, were there any strong themes for Logies fashion this year?

Certainly a lot of black and a lot

of girls were wearing one-shoulder

dresses which is the thing in

Europe. A lot of jewellery. I was

surprised by the amount of women who

went over the top in the

went over the top in the jewellery

stakes. People might have had a bit

of recession reject. Rebecca Gibney

looked beautiful in

looked beautiful in the dress and

well deserved in the win. There was

a Hollywood feel. There were a few

not-so-good ones. Jodi looked stunning.

stunning. And a lot of girls went

stunning. And a lot of girls went for really straight, that I just got out of

out of the bed air. Samantha

Armytage, I loved her in the red. -

Samantha Armytage in the cobalt blue

I loved and a lot of red.

Let's take a look at your picks for best dressed. First up, Sarah Murdoch. What did you like about her outfit?

Could Sarah look good in a haogs

sack? She was wearing an Alex Perry

dress. She knows how to pull it

together without looking over the

top. One beautiful ring, a great

pair of earrings. One bracelet. pair of earrings. One bracelet. It

is never over the top. She holds her is never over the top. She holds

herself with such elegance and

style. She knows how to wear

clothes. Considering that she was a

model for so many years, she has

continued it into real life. She is

so beautiful that what she wears

doesn't overpower her. In

doesn't overpower her. In a T-shirt.

And Rebecca Gibney looked beautiful.

That red dress so age appropriate.

It was the perfect Gold

Logie-winning dress. It was by a

young designer I don't think we have

heard of. Steven Khalil. It is nice to

to see someone look fantastic but

not a run of the mill designer.

Sequined bag. She looked gorgeous.

Natalie Bassingthwaite. Initially I

looked at her and I loved the back

of the dress. Collette Dinnigan made that

that for her. It was quite different

to those that were fitted and tight

tops. I loved her fringe. Both her

and Kristy Hinze went for that new

fringe. What did you think about

Gretel's look? Talk about

Gretel's look? Talk about much ado

nothing. An Audrey Hepburn, French

sort of thing. It looked like a

sort of thing. It looked like a wig or an extra from 'Star Trek'. To me

it didn't justify all the buzz. To

me it was a bit of ho hum. me it was a bit of ho hum. Margot

Robbie is not not a name that rings

the bell. She looked like she was

going to a prom or a cabaret dancer.

I hated it. Another one you weren't a fan of. Where did Myf Warhurst go wrong?

She is a cute kid, wear something

that looks as though you made an

effort. It looked like she threw on

anything that she had in the wardrobe. You

wardrobe. You failed to shine. Are there any honourable mentions?

Kristy Hinze

Kristy Hinze wore a vintage Bill

Blass. She just oozed Hollywood

elegance. And Sam, that beautiful

cobalt blue dress on her. The hair

was good. And also Miss Fifi. She

was good. And also Miss Fifi. She looked spectacular. She is doing a

great job and she is only half a

minute of sleep. She is trying to

tell us 45 minutes but we don't

believe her. It was nice and not too

over the top and elegant and '40s.

Good to see you. Thanks.

Still to come - is flirting grounds for divorce? We'll seek some views at 7:50. Plus from the red carpet to the after party.

Nuala takes us inside the Logies. And... And the Gold Logie goes to...

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That would be one way to reject the

recession. It is our

recession. It is our campaign Reject the Recession. The front page

the Recession. The front page of the 'Financial Review'. Compulsory

reading for Melissa Doyle.

reading for Melissa Doyle. Westfield

chairman Frank Lowrie says the

recession is over. I was saying - I

saw a lady saying to the cashier

that this was the money from Kevin

Rudd. Melissa says "

Rudd. Melissa says "My husband and I sold

sold my house. Made a tree change

and started our own business. It is

going well.

going well." And this one "

going well." And this one "I have a

pie shop and never been busier. pie shop and never been busier."

Thank goodness for Sunrise. Some

balance in the media. We had an

extremely difficult two years but

had the best two months trading

ever. And this

ever. And this one recession

ever. And this one recession success, our business won family

business of the year and we have

been rewarded for our positiveness.

Down stairs, Rocco and Carmel, the

last four months before Christmas

was terrible and in the last six

weeks it is like something happened overnight.

overnight. Let's focus on the

positive news. Don't get too down

about

about this. I must say we got a few

friends that we know that have lost

their jobs so you

their jobs so you got to temper it.

You got to look at it as a chance

that people are studying and doing

different things. Weigh it up.

Good guys do get ahead? Very much.

We go back to Adelaide. All the way

back to Adelaide. Good morning,

Adelaide. You made us who we are

today. Find out who else she flirted with. Nuala's red carpet special is coming up in 10 minutes. And will Gretel Killeen get the chance to host the Logies again

after last night's performance? We'll seek some views. But right here's Nat with the news. Two Australians living in London have been diagnosed with swine flu this morning. Kate Corbett from Sydney and her boyfriend, Peter Wilkinson, have been ordered to stay in indoors. They're being treated with Tamiflu but say they're feeling OK. There are no confirmed cases here but Australians are being warned to keep their guard up.

76 Australians are waiting on test results. A 12-year-old girl has been left an orphan following a head-on crash in Victoria's north-east. Her parents and aunt died when their car flipped and burst into flames on the Maroondah Highway last night. The girl and her 76-year-old grandmother

were airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

We don't like being called out to 'em, no-one does, and it's especially terrible for the families of the people involved that have been killed. Police believe a silver Ford was trying to overtake another car when it hit the family's Volkswagen head-on. Four men from the Ford are recovering in hospital. Sydney police have spent the night searching for four prisoners who escaped Parramatta Jail.

The inmates, aged 18 and 19, fled between 2:30 and 3:00 yesterday afternoon. The men were in custody for robbery and domestic violence offences. Three are Aborigines, the fourth is Caucasian. Police warn they shouldn't be approached. There's sure to be a lot of sore heads this morning after television toasted its finest at last night's TV Week Logie Awards. The red carpet was awash with international superstars and some of our most famous faces. When it came to fashion, it was all about putting your best shoulder forward. Inside, the night belonged to Seven's hit show 'Packed to the Rafters' which took out six awards.

Oh, thank you, this is just proof nannas really can text. Thanks, Mum, for spending your pension. Other big winners included 'Underbelly', Rove and 'So You Think You Can Dance'.

Legendary film critic Bill Collins was inducted into the Logies Hall of Fame. Hugh Jackman's latest X-men film has clawed its way to the top of the US box office with a $120 million opening weekend. Wolverine has come in

slightly behind the trilogy's final chapter 'X-Men: The Last Stand' which took in more than $142 million in its first 48 hours. Now it's over to Beretts with sport and Pakistan finishes the one-day series on a positive note.

Australia has been upset by Pakistan in the final match of the limited-overs series in Abu Dhabi. Set 251 for victory, Pakistan cantered home by seven wickets with three overs to spare. Kamran Akmal was the backbone of the Pakistan run chase, hitting a classy unbeaten 116. Akmal combined with Misbah ul-Haq for a match-winning partnership of 198.

Our guys have played fantastic and I think full credit has to go to Pakistan tonight. They out-played us. Shane Watson matched Akmal's effort carrying his bat for the entire Australian innings to finish 116 not out.

Australia won the 5-match series 3-2. Gun Cats midfielder Gary Ablett is in doubt for Saturday's clash with the Swans after injuring his groin in Geelong's 43-point win over the Demons. Ablett left the field during the final quarter and his coach Mark Thompson has indicated the short turnaround will most likely see Ablett sit out the match. In yesterday's twilight clash St Kilda continued their unbeaten start to the season

scoring a comfortable 28-point win over the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium. To rugby league and Dragons flyer Darius Boyd has been named

to make his international debut in Friday's Test against New Zealand in Brisbane. Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens has kept faith with 12 of the players that lost last year's World Cup final to the Kiwis. Benji Marshall has been named skipper of New Zealand side. Liverpool has kept up the pressure on premier league leaders Manchester United with a comprehensive 3-0 win over relegation-threatened Newcastle at Anfield this morning. The win cuts United's lead at the top of the league to just three points but they do have a game in hand.

We will keep you up to date on the

progress of Gary Ablett's injuries

as well. We should do a whole segment. We

segment. We could drop something. I

heard the Pope is going out no St

Peter's square and say a few words.

I think that is related. There is

the Pope and Gary Ablett. To today's weather

weather and Fifi is in Melbourne.

Hello, Fif, with a lot of little

jets behind you. The Jetstar girls.

They are getting some exercise.

People are rowing around and the

Jetstar girls are having some

exercise and trying to get me in but

I am taking it easy. Sunrise weather for Annie Lennox's greatest hits -

make it music for Mum this Mother's Day. A shower or two and 24 degrees in Brisbane. Clearing tomorrow, but showers are forecast to return on Wednesday. Mostly sunny and 22 in Sydney. A few showers tomorrow, the dry and mild through until Friday. A shower or two for Melbourne today and 17. The rain should hang around for the working week. Adelaide, mostly sunny with a top of 19 degrees. A bit of cloud around tomorrow, and a shower or two on Wednesday.

Blue sky and 28 in Perth. And that's the way it's going to stay right through until Friday. Sunny and cool in Canberra. Morning showers then 14 degrees for Hobart. 33 in Darwin today. And for the latest weather at your place all day:

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half an hour. Strap on one of the

Jetstar planes. There we go. You can

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show. There you go. See you soon,

Fifi. She is awake, OK? Very impressed.

Just ahead we step up our campaign to Reject the Recession. And later we'll talk live to Gold Logie winner Rebecca Gibney. But straight ahead - Nelson has the Hollywood headlines. And Nuala hits the red carpet at TV's big night. This is Sunrise on Seven.

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