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They're supposedly safer than guns. even killed. But tasers have injured, are getting them. And now more police This morning on Sunrise, face each other live. both sides of the debate the world's toughest recycling laws. Also ahead, for throwing out orange peels? How would you feel about being fined discovered at a shopping centre. Plus, the teen model from a New York assignment. Now she's back on watching his daughter grow up. And Keith Urban "G'day, y'all." We keep joking she'll say, with Sunday Rose and Nicole He talks openly about life 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. after 7:00. Keith Urban is coming up Now, Beretts is off today so Jim Wilson is here.

Welcome, Jim.

Thawing out after the weekend in

Canberra. It was cold. I am still

thawing out. Nice to be here. And being a Monday, offering fuel discounts we've got another service station to Sunrise Family members. We'll tell you where it is shortly. Right now, Nat has the news. Good morning. the stunning of a Sydney man Police will review the in-built taser camera after admitting used to clear officers of wrongdoing was obscured. New security video has emerged

obeying police directions that appears to show the man to move off Oxford street when he is stunned. Surrounded by four officers, when he tried to stand up. the man was hit again with drug possession. The man was later charged Tony Zappia says Former Cronulla Sharks boss he'll hand over today meant for the NRL club. details of a charity foundation told Seven News last night A terminally ill fan he donated $30,000, to Zappia and sent to his home. much of it in cheques made out via personal email The pair corresponded of the Beyond Sharks foundation. and the club says it's never heard can you explain your connection Mr Zappia, to the Beyond Sharks Foundation? Sorry. was spent on camps and equipment. Zappia says the money Australia's swine flu alert level this week is likely to be lifted to 'sustain'

are already infected. amid fears one-third of Victorians and the Northern Territory Schools in Western Australia in a bid to contain the virus. are the latest to be closed Health Minister Nicola Roxon says consular help is being provided in South Korea to an Aussie lacrosse team that country's quarantine order. but they have to comply with for H1N1. One player has tested positive

Violence has escalated in Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's as anger swells over

landslide election victory. took to the streets overnight, Thousands of protesters and setting fire to buildings. clashing with police Hossein Moussavi Defeated opposition leader to be annulled. is calling for the result he doubts the election was fair. US Vice-President Joe Biden says Finance shortly but first, it's over to Jim Wilson a busy Monday morning in sport. for a look at of a top-four spot Adelaide is on the verge their fourth straight victory. following veteran Adam Simpson's 300th game The Crows made North Melbourne one to forget, at AAMI Stadium. downing the Kangaroos by 44 points kicked three goals. Forward Jason Porplyzia COMMENTATOR: for the Kangas, In a horror afternoon

for the Kangas, In a horror afternoon suffered a broken leg. young-gun Jack Ziebell

Swine flu concerns to cancel a fan day in Melbourne. have forced the Wallabies The squad flew in yesterday still coming to terms with rookie James O'Connor performance against Italy. with his Man of the Match It's a dream come true - they were my sorta tries. but don't think out there. I think the boys gave me a few gifts

with the Azzuri The Wallabies' return clash on Saturday night. is at Etihad Stadium team-mate Jorge Lorenzo Valentino Rossi has edged out to win the Catalunya Moto Grand Prix in the sport's history. in one the greatest finishes COMMENTATOR: That in an epic final lap. The lead changed three times COMMENTATOR: on his Ducati. Aussie Casey Stoner finished third Andy Murray's on track at Wimbledon, to break a 73-year British drought

of the Queen's Club tournament. downing James Blake in the final 7-5, 6-4 The Scotsman won in straight sets to become the first British player Wimbledon lead-up to win the traditional in 71 years.

Here we go again. Tim Henman and

build them up again. He is a

Scotsman. We will claim him. But we

got to give it back as good as we

get it. Until he loses in the semis.

Fifi, good morning. You are at a

ballet school today? I am, Mel.

Kochie, Mel, lovely to see you -

well, not see you but speak to you.

I am here inappropriately not in my

leotard. I am here at ballet school

and I will tell you why in a moment. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. on the Telstra Next G network. Get free maps and directions both sunny. Cairns and Townsville, Fine at Mount Isa for Maroochydore. and some light showers cloudy with some light rain Brisbane, during the day. northern New South Wales. Showers across Tamworth, rain. Sydney, mostly sunny. Mostly fine in Canberra and Albury. A cloudy day for Bendigo. Showers for Warrnambool and Geelong. Melbourne, partly cloudy. Fine and mild across Tasmania. Into South Australia - Mount Gambier, scattered showers. A shower or two for Adelaide. Blue sky over Coober Pedy. Katherine, fine. Darwin, sunny.

Western Australia - And in with light rain. Albany, partly cloudy Perth and Geraldton. Fine for both Broome, sunny.

Here with the gorgeous girls and

boys here at the Nunnawading centre. 10 lucky schools

boys here at the Nunnawading centre. 10 lucky schools are getting a

chance to win a class with members

of the Australian Ballet. That is

like rock stars arriving for these

guys. It is like P!nk walking

through the door. I will be bringing

you more from here across the

morning. Can I just point out, Mel,

are you happy that I gave you the

steer to tip Brisbane? Yes. I am

still patting myself on the back.

Toasted you on the weekend. Nat and

I messaged "

I messaged "How good is Fifi?

I messaged "How good is Fifi?" We

need you. Big time! Thank you. Look

forward to the tights and pardeur.

Whatever it is, it is not with that

accent. Coming up, Keith Urban answers those reports about Nicole's baby bump. And should we face fines if we don't recycle our rubbish properly? Next up, though - is the Reserve Bank ready to cut official interest rates? We'll get some predictions when Sunrise continues. We made the creamy honey oats on Tuesday. Yeah. Baked apple on Wednesday. Mmm. Love that one. Yesterday, we made original. Correct? Correct. Correct.

And today is... Berry. So if we have four flavours in the variety pack, what's tomorrow? Tomorrow's Saturday! WOMAN: Uncle Tobys oats - delicious flavours the whole family will love. VOICEOVER: At Holden, we've taken everything we've learnt

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After Commonwealth put up its

variable rate. Let's go to Craig

James. Even though he works for

CommSec, he has no input into what

Commonwealth does. Does it put

pressure on the Reserve Bank to act?

It is something for the Reserve Bank

to take into consideration. They are

adjusting rates modestly to the

cost. The margins were done in three

or four or five years. It is a

matter of competitive positioning. I

don't think the Reserve Bank will be

panicked by it. The last thing they

want to do is cut rates too far.

Commonwealth were below and they are

still below? Yes, still below? Yes, below National

Australia Bank. It is a case of

adjusting the rates with competitive positioning. 'The Australian' is reporting house prices are ready to rise.

Over the next three years. Do you

agree with that? They are already up

because first-time buyers are active

in the market. People are still

concerned with the job market. We

will get increases something like 5% will get increases something like 5%, 7%

5%, 7%. Once we get into 2010 it

will be a different matter. I think

home prices will rise, probably to

the order of 10% to 12%

the order of 10% to 12%. But later

in 2010, 2011. 10% to 12% in just a

year. Goodness me. That is good

news. We have significant demand and

not enough supply. It can only go

one way. Good if you own a house.

Not good if you don't own one. If

you don't own one, who cares. That

is a harsh. Still to come, we'll ask whether more police should be using tasers on the beat. And is a tough line on school uniforms vital for student discipline? Next up, though, the stars turn out to remember David Carradine. This is Sunrise on Seven. Made from sugar cane, it uses more of the rich nutrients to give you longer-lasting energy. But beware - there are some unscrupulous individuals... ..for their own advantage. Look at this place - it's quiet, relaxing and good for the body and soul. The fact that we get treated like princesses... By Sven here. ..that's the real plus. It's a bit like this Plus Antioxidant Lift. Hmm? Well, it's got these sweet blueberries and tangy cranberries. It does. It's also rich in antioxidants. Ah, antioxidants. That's the real plus. Mm-hm. Not Sven? (BOTH LAUGH) Uncle Tobys Plus. Yeah. You got 'em all there? Marshall? El Masri? Cooper? Williams? Yeah, I got 'em all. Don't miss the new Official 2009 NRL Collector Cards. Buy a new 16-card pack each day and the Sunday Telegraph. (HIP-HOP MUSIC PLAYS) BOTH: Mmm. Hey, guys. You two. Hello?

Do you hear something? Guys... Nope. Nothing else matters when you've got KFC's Toasted Pocketfuls - 100% breast fillet chicken, hash browns, smokey BBQ sauce and more, toasted in a soft tortilla. Available in four great flavours. SONG: # Can't beat that taste. # The E-File on Sunrise brought to you by 'New Idea', for all the latest celebrity news and more. Time to crack open the first E-File of the week. Our showbiz correspondent Nelson Aspen is in New York. There's been a star-studded turnout for David Carradine's funeral. Who attended?

About 400 of his closest friends,

family members, colleagues. His

brother Bruce described it as

touching but light-hearted. Michael

Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Jane Seymour

and Lucy Liu. It was emotional but a

positive experience. Everyone

getting up in the chapel and

speaking about memories and they had

a video montage. When the hearse the

arrived, he was escorted by a group

of Hell's Angels. It was a very

eclectic group even as the

investigation into his death

continues. Give us the update

continues. Give us the update on Susan Boyle. Her mental health is

prompting questions again. Why?

Because she missed a couple

performances in the Britain's Got

Talent tour. "

Talent tour. "Susan Boyle has been

advised to rest and she sends her

sincerest apologies to her fans in Manchester. sincerest apologies to her fans in Manchester." through with adopting little David. Mercy has a living father. He plans

to file an appeal with the judges.

He is making accusations that

Madonna bribed her way. Mercy is a

very normal little girl, talkative

and playful. Luckily she is

oblivious to the firestorm around

her. Always seems to be a bit of

controversy. You wonder what is

surrounding her. Tough to adopt a

child who has parents. I got a shout

out from Layne Beachley and she is

in the States to surf in the warm

water and she told me to say hi to

you. What is she doing in the

States? She should be dancing. She

wanted a quick surf and get her

bones warm. Can't blame her. It was

athletic. Thanks, Nelson. Of course

if you haven't caught up, Layne

Beachley is one of the stars Beachley is one of the stars on 'Dancing with the Stars'. Later this morning - Keith Urban talks frankly about family life

and how he spends time with Sunday Rose. And the city where residents are fined if they don't recycle their rubbish. But in a moment, Monday's news. And Fifi with the weather details on Sunrise. Now the world number one in anti-wrinkle creams is even better. New Revitalift from L'Oreal Paris. Enriched with elastin, essential for the youthfulness of your skin, the synthesis of elastin it helps stimulate for more firmness and elasticity, to stimulate cellular renewal and Pro-Retinol A

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Love is in the air. Live from

Brisbane, the show for lovers. We

will host two marriage ceremonies as

couples declare their love on air.

Plus Beretts and Fifi join the

ballet. The Big Apple comes to us as

Brisbane hosts a showcase from

New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. Brisbane hosts a showcase from the

See it all as Sunrise makes history

See it all as Sunrise makes history

in the season of love this Friday

morning and you can find more

details on our website. Jimmy, your

hometown? Yes, love it. That is a details on our website. Jimmy, your

fantastic promotion video. Is it the

city of love? Expo, Commonwealth

Games, and my mother is still on

Gold Coast, Marylou is still on Games, and my mother is still on the

Gold Coast. Queensland tourism Gold Coast, Marylou is still on the commission. tough new recycling laws. San Francisco is introducing Residents will face $100 fines

food waste in special green bins. for failing to compost all their But it got us thinking - what you can and can't recycle? do you ever get confused about Ian Kiernan's coming in later email it to us. so if you've got a question for him, can you recycle pizza boxes? For example,

If they have food on them, that

would be my question. I live with a

pretty strict recycler who goes to

great lengths and we get in trouble

if we don't do it. The screw tops on great lengths and we get in trouble

the top of the wine bottles,

whatever they are called, can you

put it in in the bin? It lid goes in

the bin bin. You got the cap around

the neck which is still metal. What

about the plastic in the bills

envelopes that you get? Do you need

to rip the plastic off them before

you put it in the recycle bin. Do

you wash everything out? Like if you

have a little bit of tomato sauce in

there, do you rinse it? It is a

garbage bin. I don't think

wants to pick up my skanky garbage bin. I don't think someone

mayonnaise jar. Fifi, what do you do

in that area? I live alone and I

don't cook. I don't have the

mulching problem. The take-away is a

problem. It is all grease and

plastic coated. I am as good an eco

warrior as I can be but it is

different for single people. I do

the half-flush so I do my bit as an eco war

eco warrior. Yes, because no one

would even be grossed out. Even for eco warrior. Yes, because no one

number twos? No, maybe just press it

twice. You can't have it fill up

again. I don't know why I brought it

up. This wasn't required. I am so

sorry. This is about recycling. Too

much info. Tell us who does the

recycling in your house, questions

that we can put forward. You want to

do the right thing but you are not

house. sure sometimes. Great debate in the

Coming up - be using tasers on the beat? should more police a less lethal alternative to guns They're supposed to be to three deaths. but they've been linked Also ahead, who got into trouble at school the 5-year-old because his socks were too short. uniform rules should go. We'll find out how far But now, Nat's got the 6:30 update.

Let us know the uniform rules you

had while going to school. Good morning. its first death from swine flu Britain has confirmed

nationwide alert level to 'sustain' as Australia moves to lift the this week. last night passed 1,500 The number of Australians infected with new cases closing more schools and Western Australia. in the Northern Territory

under 21s lacrosse team Australia's entire remains in isolation in South Korea upon their arrival at the airport. because one player tested positive The death of a man in Scotland outside America. is the first swine flu fatality Former Sharks boss Tony Zappia Cronulla NRL board today will meet with the in the wake of his resignation

a fan's charity donations. and new questions surrounding $30,000 to the club via cheques, The terminally ill fan sent Zappia's home address. mostly sent to for the Beyond Sharks Foundation, They were intended it's never heard of. which the club says Doug Cameron says Union official-turned Labor Senator will be treated like terrorists building workers to go before Parliament this week. under tough new industry laws to scrap powers Unions want the Government to interrogate and coerce workers given to authorities into giving evidence. Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard tomorrow will take the bill to Caucus in the lower house in a bid to have it passed by the end of the week. Mr Cameron has told News Limited

like organised criminals. the Government is treating workers is raising interest rates The Commonwealth Bank on fixed-rate mortgages by up to 0.8%. to lift its variable rate to 5.74%. It follows Friday's decision urging the CBA to reconsider. The Prime Minister is one of many their variable rates this week. Other lenders are likely to increase Time for sport now on Sunrise. Here's Jim Wilson. fourth spot on the AFL ladder Brisbane has consolidated

over reigning premiers Hawthorn. with a 42-point win But the win has come at a cost set to miss several weeks with key midfielder Troy Selwood with an injured shoulder.

He might be out for two to three

weeks. Depending - depending on the

structure it could be six. also suffered a thigh injury Mitch Clark but was able to return to the field. his devastating best for Brisbane, Skipper Jonathan Brown returned to kicking 5 goals. has rocketed into the frame Veteran Trent Barrett for a State of Origin recall 24-22 upset win over the Raiders after engineering the Sharks' in Canberra. Blues incumbent Terry Campese. The 31-year-old shaded

Dragons centre Matt Cooper for selection, also put forward a compelling case 32-18 win over the Cowboys. scoring 2 tries in his side's

is named tonight. The New South Wales side admits he may miss the Ashes series England batsman Kevin Pietersen as he battles an Achilles injury. is determined to play The South African-born star the injury could flare at any time. but says no signs of discomfort Pietersen showed at the Twenty20 World Championship this morning, topscoring for England with 46 in their Super Eights clash with India. England won the match by 3 runs,

knocking the defending champs out of the tournament.

Boy, they need Kevin Pietersen. The

Boy, they need Kevin Pietersen. The first Test in July. It all begins in

Cardiff. They might need him. I will

be happy if they don't get him. Fifi

is at a ballet school this morning.

Yes, I am here at the Utassy ballet

school. They are performing the tree

dance as I look at the forecast. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Brisbane, cloudy with light rain and 22 degrees. Scattered showers expected for most of the week. Sydney, a fine day and 18. Showers developing tomorrow and sticking around for the rest of the week.

A partly cloudy day for Melbourne and 16. The outlook is for foggy mornings and partly cloudy days. Adelaide, a light shower or two and 16 degrees. Clearing tomorrow for a fine and mild week ahead. Perth, 20 degrees and fine today. Sunny tomorrow and Wednesday with rain later this week. Mostly fine and 13 in Canberra. A fine day for Hobart and a top of 12 degrees. Dry and cool for the days ahead. Dry and warm in Darwin.

The Utassy ballet school are very

excited because 10 lucky schools

around Australia get the chance to

win a class with members of the

Australian Ballet. Two members will be here this morning.

be here this morning. The girls are

just practising. I may help them,

you never know. That could happen by

the end of the morning. I will leave

the girls to die. The trees are

dying around us. Girls, are you OK?

Yes? Yes? They are so professional

that they won't wave. Trees can't

talk, Fifi. That was beautifully

timed. Wasn't it? Now they are

regrowing. It must be spring.

Thought of the Day is from Gay, a

man who stands for nothing falls for

anything. Joke of the Day

anything. Joke of the Day comes from

Kim. A German scientist discovered

small pieces of copper. After

studying these pieces the Germans

proudly announced that the ancient

Germans 25,000 years ago had a

nationwide telephone network. The

Brits not to be outdone they ordered

their digger to dig and they found

small pieces of glass. And the Brits

realised that 35,000 years ago they

had a fibre optic network. And then

the Irish not to be outdone. They

dug and found nothing. They

concluded that the Irish 55,000

years ago had mobiles. That is good.

Thank you, Kim. Yes. Next hour - Keith Urban on whether Sunday Rose is a budding muso. And how a teenager ended up working as an international model. Straight ahead, though - are the Hawks in huge trouble? We're talking sport on Sunrise. (SNEEZES) Sorry. I've got this terrible cold. Hmm. I know what you mean. You don't have a cold. Yes, I do. I felt awful yesterday, but I fought back. New triple-action Panadol Cold & Flu + Decongestant fights the three major cold and flu symptoms fast. And it won't make you drowsy. (SNEEZES) Sorry. I've got this terrible cold. Tell me about it. Me too. Fight back with Panadol Cold & Flu + Decongestant. (WHIMSICAL MUSIC) Like a comforting hug from Mum. Butter-Menthol Original, Kids and Herbals. Now with: Talking Footy brought to you by the Bravia 200-hertz motion-flow TV from Sony for the smoothest picture ever.

Beretts is off for a romantic

weekend away so Jim gets the call. Will the reigning Premiers get the chance to defend their crown in the AFL finals? Hawthorn was given a 42-point thumping by Brisbane on the weekend. The Hawks managed just one goal after half-time, while the Lions finished with 9 unanswered goals.

Jonathan Brown booted five. They are

going nicely at the start of the season.

for top-eight positions, As the AFL teams jostle for Origin selection. NRL players staked their claim Mark Riciutto We're joined by AFL legend and rugby league great Shane Webcke. Good morning to you both. dropping out of the top eight. Roo, the Hawks are at risk of

This time last year they were 11-1.

Are they in danger missing out in

the top eight? Serious danger. They

are hit and miss. Win one week and

lose the next. They don't look to be

make the eight. To win the flag, you

want to be in the top floor of the

home and away season. Brown was

terrific yesterday. Brisbane is

really firing, aren't they? Yes,

Vossy has got them fired. They got

as good chance as anyone. The

Bulldogs the next best contenders

behind St Kilda and Geelong. They

are not performing. They don't look fit. for selectors on the weekend NRL players put on their best show for Game 2 about to be announced. with the State of Origin teams Both sides have had their setbacks - and Queensland with swine flu. the Blues with injury for both teams? Shane, what are the challenges

Do you think at this stage Trent

Barrett will get the nod over Terry

Campese for the Blues? I played a

lot of representative footy and he

is a wonderful representative player

and New South Wales would lose

nothing having him in there. Both

sides have interesting selections.

It appears that Willie will be in.

Considering the prize for New South

Wales should they win the Second

Origin, they get to come and play a decider here. Wallace left his coaching position It's only been a week since Terry at Richmond. and Port Adelaide are preparing Now North Melbourne to decide their coaches' futures.

Mark Williams and Dean Laidley, will

they survive? It lets the players

have a rest and the clubs look at

things. They both got clauses that

they need to what they are going to

do by June 30. I think something

will come out this week about chock

owe. I think they will both be at

different clubs. Come 2010, Choko.

Dean Laidley, it was shocking

yesterday. Maybe we should bring in

our number one ticketholder? Mark

Williams, where is he at? I got

every confidence in him. You sound

like the chairman. He has to say

that. Chris walker's try, amazing.

Yes, he hyperextended his shoulder.

He has been having issues and

discipline problems. To manage to be

there to score that try, that is one

of the great positives and players

like him who got their issues sorted

out and up for a obl Origin call. Before you go, Roo, the Kokoda Track this week. I hear you're taking on

I head off tomorrow morning. I am

not sure what tile told. I hope I

lose a little weight. Mate, you have

been through it, what is it like?

Forget the physical side. The

history. You know the Aussie spirit

comes from when you do the Kokoda

Track. Can't wait to talk to you

when you get back. Look after your

feet. Keep your feet dry, that's all

I can say. I will try my hardest.

Good luck with it too. Good luck.

See you Shane, see you Jim. Kochie,

let's talk about union. What a great

win! What about that James O'Connor.

He will go to league soon. I was

joking, let's move on. See you. Ahead this morning - the city where residents are fined properly. if they don't recycle rubbish to be tested for prostate cancer And the call for men at an earlier age. the calls to raise GST. But in a moment, for our Cheap Fuel Challenge And the latest servo to sign up on Sunrise.

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we call Thrifty - When we need a car, and truck rental. Australia's best-valued car our Cheap Fuel Challenge Another servo has joined to reject the recession. for just 99 cents a litre. Sunrise Family members can fill up unleaded and E10 petrol, That's for both on the sign. no matter what the price says So, where do you have to go? Alexandria in Sydney. Metro Petroleum in Henderson Road, or proof of membership. Take your Sunrise Family member card until 9am each day until Friday. The discount is valid from 6am this morning. Nat's been going through the papers What's on the front pages? wants us to pay more GST. The Business Council of Australia company tax rates halved. In return, the Council wants international investment It says the move will attract and encourage economic growth.

who pay for it? But should consumers be the ones a higher GST? How would you feel about paying

They also want to extend the exempt

areas to a lot more food and

educational books. Can't they cut

everybody's tax? Why just coil tax?

Or send it to hospitals rather than

cut the coil tax rate. Got to be a hard thing to sell. could soon be a thing of the past The made-in-China label in at least one State. is imposing a ban The New South Wales Government on Chinese goods and services. The 'Daily Telegraph' says to protect Australian jobs the move is designed to locally made products. by giving preference to support Australian made Most of us want actually feasible? but is a ban on Chinese products

There you go. Uniforms, stationary,

all those things in Government

departments? What if China did the

same thing or if America

same thing? We are a big trader. We same thing or if America did the

actually earn a lot more from

selling our stuff to other people

than buying it in from other people.

Look at the state of WA, take China

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It has nothing to do with cutbacks.

You don't double bit. Sorry,

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quite like it. I stick with the

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Vegemite. They want a name. Susan

says how about Vegebite.

says how about Vegebite. Or

Cheesymite. You have to have Vegi in there. Next up, Monday's news and weather details. Plus, the trouble with tasers. Police say they're less lethal but at what cost? And should they get more of them? And Keith Urban on being a dad. I play piano and she bashes the keys.

Almost every day, sit her there on

my lap and she bangs and smashes the

keys. He talks openly about family life with Sunday Rose and Nicole soon on Sunrise.

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They're supposedly safer than guns but tasers have injured, even killed. And now more police are getting them. This morning on Sunrise, both sides of the debate face each other live. Also ahead - the world's toughest recycling laws. How would you feel about being fined for throwing out orange peels?

Plus, the teen model discovered at a shopping centre. Now she's back from a New York assignment. And Keith Urban on watching his daughter grow up. We keep joking she'll say "G'day, y'all". He talks openly about life with Sunday Rose and Nicole

as this Monday edition of Sunrise continues. # Reach up for the sunrise... #

VOICEOVER: Now back to Sunrise, live across Australia. Hello and thanks for joining us. Keith Urban is coming up later this hour. In the meantime, here's Nat with the news. Good morning. The parents of a 23-year-old Brisbane man tasered during a fight outside an Alexandra Heights hotel for an explanation. say they're still waiting

It comes as police use of the weapons is put under renewed scrutiny after the death of a North Queensland man

and a decision to arm all frontline New South Wales officers with stun-guns. a Glock pistol when there's a menacing situation.

That is a good thing. But civil libertarians claim the weapons are being misused after security video emerged showing a man being stunned as he appeared to obey orders to move off Sydney's Oxford Street. Just a few days after lifting its variable mortgage rate, the Commonwealth Bank is now increasing its fixed rates.

They'll go up by as much as 0.8%. But the CBA says it's not a huge change.

It is in line with

It is in line with the National Australia Bank and below the other

major banks. It is a case of add major banks. It is a case of

adjusting the rates with the

circumstances and in line with competitive positioning. The Prime Minister has called on the Commonwealth Bank to join the fight against the recession. The number of swine flu cases diagnosed in Australia has jumped to 1,500 overnight. The alert level in all states will be lifted to 'sustain' this week.

More schools will be closed in Western Australia and the Northern Territory today. Britain has recorded its first death from the virus. Riots have broken out in the Iranian capital Tehran

for a second day running as anger grows over President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's landslide election victory.

Iran's Opposition Leader is demanding the result be annulled.

Riot police pored on to the streets on motorcycles. An eerie image as the fires of protest burned in the capital, Tehran. These are unprecedented scenes in a country where the authorities normally maintain rigid control of demonstrations. But they are an indication of just how deep the anger is over elections many believe have been rigged to secure the position

of hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. He appeared on state television to declare a great victory in the face of psychological warfare orchestrated by the international media. It is reported that as many as 100 members of reformist opposition groups have been arrested. Tehran bears the scars of 24 hours of protests and is now bracing for what may be more anger on the streets. A film about Britain's most violent prisoner

has been awarded top honours at this year's Sydney Film Festival. 'Bronson', written and directed by a Danish film-maker took out the $60,000 prize last night. It follows the story of an armed robber who remains in jail for his attacks on other prisoners.

MOVIE: My name's Charles Bronson and all my life I've wanted to be famous. Rachel Ward's star-studded 'Beautiful Kate' was one of three local films in the running.

Time for sport now with Jim Wilson and the reigning AFL premiers are under the pump. Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson admits his side has plenty of work to do just to make the top eight, let alone make a run at back-to-back flags. The reigning premiers were given a football lesson in Launceston yesterday, going down to Brisbane by 42 points.

They don't look like they will They don't look like they will win

the premiership and be lucky to make the eight. The Hawks will drop out of the top eight if Sydney can beat Collingwood on Saturday night. Swine flu concerns have forced the Wallabies to cancel a fan day in Melbourne. The squad flew in yesterday with rookie James O'Connor still coming to terms with his Man of the Match performance against Italy. It's a dream come true - but don't think they were my sorta tries. I think the boys gave me a few gifts out there. The Wallabies' return clash with the Azzuri is at Etihad Stadium

on Saturday night. Valentino Rossi has edged out team-mate Jorge Lorenzo to win the Catalunya Moto Grand Prix in one the greatest finishes in the sport's history. The lead changed three times in an epic final lap. COMMENTATOR: And Rossi has beaten him! What a motorcycle race! What a Grand Prix!

Aussie Casey Stoner finished third on his Ducati. Andy Murray's on track to break a 73-year British drought at Wimbledon after downing James Blake

in the final of the Queen's Club tournament. The Scotsman won in straight sets 7-5, 6-4 to become the first British player to win the traditional Wimbledon lead-up in 71 years.

Build up the hopes. How good was

James O'Connor? How humble. I love

that he acknowledged that they set

up a few for him. It shows a good

culture in the team if they dish off

to the young kid unselfishly.

to the young kid unselfishly. Thanks, James. Soon - should all police be carrying tasers? But first, let's check in with Fifi. Now let's take a look at the forecast.

Here with the girls and boys of the

Utassy ballet school. I got a leg

cramp so I will have to get out of it.

it. That is quite difficult. Marie

it. That is quite difficult. Marie

and rosemary, two gorgeous girls,

very excited. I will tell you why in a moment. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Cairns and Townsville, both sunny. Fine at Mount Isa

and some light showers for Maroochydore. Brisbane, cloudy with some light rain during the day. Showers across northern New South Wales.

Tamworth, rain. Sydney, mostly sunny. Mostly fine in Canberra and Albury. A cloudy day for Bendigo. Showers for Warrnambool and Geelong. Melbourne, partly cloudy. Fine and mild across Tasmania.

Into South Australia: Mount Gambier, scattered showers. A shower or two for Adelaide. Blue sky over Coober Pedy. Katherine, fine. Darwin, sunny. And in Western Australia:

Albany, partly cloudy with light rain. Fine for both Perth and Geraldton.

Broome, sunny.

With absolutely no ballet

experience, I am standing here with

two professionals. How long have you

been dance something This is my 8th

year. My 6th year. Are you excited?

We have two people coming from the

Australian Ballet

Australian Ballet coming. Yes. Are

you more excited than me coming

here? Yes! We have members of the

Australian Ballet in half an hour.

Australian Ballet in half an hour.

Back to you. At least they are honest. The New South Wales Government has announced that all its frontline police officers

will soon be equipped with taser guns. But should that happen? Last week a 39-year-old man died near Townsville

after police used a taser on him. And lawyers are preparing for the first civil action against New South Wales police over the alleged misuse of a taser gun on a Sydney man. The 38-year-old says he was tasered twice and is still suffering from the effects almost three months on. For more I'm joined by Mark Burgess from the Federal Police Association and Terry O'Gorman from the Australian Council for Civil Liberties.

Thank you both for your time. Mark, let's start with you. The police are copping a lot of criticism over their taser gun use. We're told that three Australians have died after being stunned

by a taser gun. Are police properly trained?

And are the guns being properly use

snd We believe they are, Mel. You got

got to understand that the taser

guns are just another piece of

equipment for police officer. They

are part of the escalation of force

arrangement. What we do is try to

de-escalate a situation with talking

and then capsicum spray and the

taser gun and if all else fails use

taser gun and if all else fails use a firearm. We are trying to avoid

using a firearm. Teri, if you are

going to be shot it is better to be shotty

shotty a taser? The police

commissioner, Overland has declined

to do a similar

to do a similar rollout in that

State. We agree that the taser

should be used in a lethal situation

where a police officer is likely to

be killed or suffer serious injury.

Where we disagree with him is the

misuse. They have become the weapon

of choice and misuse

of choice and misuse only documented

by what was on your program last

night. Is that right? 80% of times

the taiser is out, it is not used.

Just pointing the laser light

de-escalates the situation. And you

have the dry stun and you could

touch the person with the touch the person with the taser and

you could ultimately discharge the

taser. In New South Wales there were

3,000 police officers assaulted.

Where they were introduced in West

Australia, the police assault dropped 40%

dropped 40%. What other options are

available? Do you want police

officers to use their guns more?

officers to use their guns more? We

support tasers as a method of last

resort where police would otherwise

have to draw a gun. What we object

to what was shown on 'Sunday Night'

and what you referred to a moment

ago. A man was tasered because he

failed to follow a police direction.

Was that justified? I would say no.

Was that justified? I would say no. Take that one incident out of the

equation because everyone would

completely agree with you from what

we have seen in this case. Take that

one incident out and widen

one incident out and widen the debate. Do you still feel the same?

We support the use of tasers where

police would have to draw their gun.

In the Brisbane case, In the Brisbane case, that person

In the Brisbane case, that person

was tasered when he was inside a

police cell because the police were

sick of him abusing them. The wide

use of tasers is what we are not for

while we support the taser use in a

life and death situation. Is it an easy option?

easy option? I don't think there is

widespread misuse. We support the

provision of tasers to frontline

police offer - officers but we

support that which under Pins that.

Thank you very much for a

fascinating debate. Thank you for your time this morning Should school uniforms be used to teach students discipline? And what age is appropriate to hold kids accountable? 5-year-old Matt Tunney was caught wearing the wrong length socks to his prep school in Cairns. He was sent home with a note to his parents. And he was warned if it happened again, he'd be sent to the principal. P

That is what the newspaper is That is what the newspaper is say

thg morning but some of the parents

thg morning but some of the parents

have emailed us at Sunrise saying he

wouldn't wear a hat and the socks

were a secondary issue. But even so,

how important are school uniforms

and sticking to the rules. Dr Sue Roffey is a student behaviour expert

from the University of Western Sydney.

She joins me now. Good morning. Is there any evidence that wearing a school uniform

helps teach students discipline?

There is no evidence but what is

proven is that the kids enjoy

wearing the un form because they are proud proud

wearing the un form because they are proud of going to that school. It

could be part of

could be part of an overall

disciplinary and there is no rivalry

about wearing brand names. You know

what kids are like. "

what kids are like. "I am trendy what kids are like. "I am trendy

because I wear this.

because I wear this." School

uniforms take that away? It could be

uniforms take that away? It could be

an element. It is balancing the fact

that everyone has a shared sense of

identity but it is also about - kids want

want to have a bit of differences,

diversity and differences as well.

But is it good to give them the

freedom to do it. When they go in

the workplace and other areas of

life, you have to stick to workplace

discipline and social disciplines

and doesn't wearing a school uniform

teach them that? In a way it doesn't.

doesn't. When you go out in the

workplace there are certain rules

that you have to conform by. But you

have an opportunity to take

initiative, not feeling like you are

being controlled at every moment.

There is a balance somewhere in

there. Speaking of the balance, do

you think some schools take it a bit

too far? We got a lot of

too far? We got a lot of emails

saying you got to wear the right

sort of undies and all that sort of

stuff. Do schools take it to the

extreme and is that bad? There is

only so much time at school and

every teacher will tell thaw tile is

an issue. If you have limited time,

it is important ta you make kids

it is important ta you make kids feel important. You can be

incredibly distracted in looking out

for infringement, what is really

important in schools. There has to

important in schools. There has to - there has to be a line where kid vz

to express their individuality. Kids

take advantage of blurred lines. How

take advantage of blurred lines. How does that work? It is about finding

that third way. It can be quite

useful to have dress codes in some

way. You were talking about the

importance of wearing a hat as a

dress sod. Some sort of way in the

middle of that for kids to express

original alt. If original alt. If people are folk

sussed on what kids are doing - if

people are focusing on what kids are

doing wrong, then you

doing wrong, then you lose the sense

of belonging and sharing in school.

Matt is only five years of age, who

is responsible for what he wears?

Him or his parents Him or his parents? Him or his parents? His parents,

what he has on his body when he goes

to school in the morning, his parents. Time to crack open another E-File. Our showbiz correspondent Nelson Aspen is in New York. Nelson, Miley Cyrus has hit back at accusations she cut off a radio interviewer. What's the story?

I think she is getting an unfair

reputation. I think people reputation. I think people are a

little over sensitive and want to

jump on her right away. She was

doing a radio interview in Florida

and accused her of hanging up as

soon as the questions got too tough.

Being a modern girl she took quickly

to her twitter page and

to her twitter page and says she got

cut off because of lack of time. Why

is the real question did she agree

to do a fourth season of Hannah

Montana when she is pursuing her

film career? Her father said because

she wants to wrap up her story and

she wants to wrap up her story and not have it end on the last episode

of the third season. But then

executives say she had another year

on her contract and exercised that.

And her love life, is she back

together with her ex Nick Jonas, she said on

said on another radio show interview

that she and Nick are best of

friends. Rest easy, Miley is in good

hands. Give us an update on Farrah

Fawcett as well. Thankfully to her

representative she is still under stable stable condition and under the

treatment of her doctor and that

everything is status quo and the

grim reports are premature. That is

good news and that means there is

always a chance that things can turn

around. We hope so. She is amazing.

Thank you, Nelson.

A lot to talk

A lot to talk about today, including

our last interview on school

uniforms. It is pretty split. A lot

of people are supporting the right

of the school to crack down.

Interesting to note that the letter

should have worn a hat and the socks. "

socks. "I am a parent of

socks. "I am a parent of a child who

wears a school uniform. I don't have

a problem when they enforce it.

a problem when they enforce it." My

kid goes to a school in Melbourne

and if the buttons don't match. A

lot of stories about how strict

people are. Sue was saying there has

to be a bit of give and take so kids

can express their own can express their own individuality.

Kids are famous, aren't they, for

taking advantage of any grey areas.

Black and white, right or wrong. You

are in school for six hours and

can't you express your individuality at 3:

at 3:05? I got rules at home for my

children to follow and there are rules at

rules at school. You got to grow up

that there are certain rules in

place and there is a time and place

to express your individuality. "

to express your individuality. "As a

teacher with 25 years experience the

major issue is not the length of the

socks but the fact that his parents

will defend him for breaking the

rules. This is typical of how the parents

parents undermine the authority of

the teachers and then they cry foul

when their kid does not listen to

authority. They choose this school

because of its standards. How do

they expect to continue if they

undermine it?

undermine it?" That is a good point.

We will talk about recycling. We will talk about recycling. In San

Francisco, you get fined if you

recycling badly. "

recycling badly. "You shouldn't

worry about the caps and stuff

because it is sorted and cleaned and

the adhesive is removed.

the adhesive is removed." I didn't

know that. Because I would guess -

how do they know whether it is

rinsed properly? Surely they

going to clean it anyway S " rinsed properly? Surely they are going to clean it anyway S "My going to clean it anyway S "My boys

have gone to a recycling centre and

the people have to deal with the

stifrj S" You are not a cleaner? You

were saying you don't wash your milk

cartonsS if you wash anything, wash

everything. "

everything. "I don't think you

should be charged for contaminating

rubbish. If that were the case you

would have to watch the neighbours

who put the rubbish in another bin. who put the rubbish in another bin."

If my paper bin is full, I walk

outside and they are out on the

street I will stick my cardboard in

their bin. If I have

their bin. If I have prawns or

oysters. Do you do it at a certain

time of night or stealth? Dark.

Dark? But I wouldn't put anything

dodgy in their bin that they would

get in trouble for. Do you hide

behind a bush until the coast is

clear? No, I send John. Drive up, lights off.

lights off. If you just turned in,

we are talking about recycling. I

think we should put it on the R.O.S.

Wall, what happens at a recycling

plant. There are some cracker

questions. Barney wants to know if

he recycling the twine from his hay

bales. Andrew says old computers.

Tissue boxes, the plastic bit at the

top, do you take that out? Is that

going to put people off recycling if

you got to take off the little bits

about. There are no bigger fish to

fry than recycling. If we have to

send someone to a recycling plant, send send Jim. send Jim.. In just a moment - Monday's news and weather details. Plus, how to win an Asian holiday for the family. And soon, singer Keith Urban speaks frankly about how Nicole Kidman saved him.

You know, it's what I have been

looking for my whole life, to find that right person. He talks about life at home and on the road at 7:40.

Good morning. Parents worried if they should send their kids to Florey Primary today are urged to call the school or Canberra Connect. Several kindy classes have been isolated after a 6 year old girl tested positive to swine flu. Help for Canberra women on a low income. The can apply for interest free loans of up to 3

thousand dollars to start or develop their own business. Minister Katy Gallagher says the idea's been used overseas in poor countries to help reducepoverty. Queanbeyan firies will show off their snake handling skills today. They've been trained in how to safely remove the deadly reptiles from local properties. And a nervous wait for Raider Terry Campese.. to see if he gets another call up for Origin 2 after an average game in the first match. The Blues squad will be announced tonight. Back with more headlines during the Morning Show. VOICEOVER: Not feeling so good in your jeans? Take the Special K two-week jeans challenge. Exercise every day for 30 minutes, eat a bowl a day as part of the Special K Eating Plan and see if you feel fab in your jeans this winter. SONG: # Suddenly I see # Suddenly I see # This is what I want to be # Suddenly I see # Suddenly I see... # Take the Special K jeans challenge.

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Shortly on the show - Keith Urban opens up on family life with Nicole and Sunday Rose. Plus later, should men be tested for prostate cancer as young as 40? But first, it's time to check the news. Here's Nat. Former Cronulla Sharks boss Tony Zappia says he'll hand over today

details of a charity foundation meant for the NRL club. A terminally ill fan told Seven News last night he donated $30,000, much of it in cheques made out to Zappia and sent to his home. The pair corresponded via personal email

and the club says it's never heard of the Beyond Sharks Foundation. Mr Zappia, can you explain your connection

to the Beyond Sharks foundation? Sorry. Zappia says the money was spent on camps and equipment.

Labor Senator Doug Cameron is set to lead a revolt as Julia Gillard pushes ahead with new workplace laws. The former union official claims the laws treat construction workers like terrorists or criminals, forcing them to answer a building inspector's questions. He says he'll argue against the legislation in Parliament but won't say if he'll vote against it. The bill is due to be introduced to Parliament this week. A New South Wales ban on products made in China

is set to restrict international trade.

Tomorrow's New South Wales budget will reportedly include a requirement for all public service uniforms, stationery, building contracts and more to be locally sourced in a bid to protect Australian jobs.

Unions have backed the idea but it's at odds with the Rudd Government's moves to boost trade with China. A zoo on the West Bank has received some very precious cargo. Visitors looked on as two lions, a deer, an ostrich and a baby zebra were introduced to their new living quarters. The animals were a goodwill gesture from another zoo in Israel.

In finance news:

Isn't that nice, Melissa? At the

moment we are focusing on Aussie

zoos. New series has just been

signed? The third or fourth series

Yes. I am not sure if we - What is

Yes. I am not sure if we - What is happening in finance?

Now it's over to Jimmy for a sports update and the Blues selectors with plenty to debate tonight. Selectors are poised to hand Cronulla skipper Trent Barrett a State of Origin lifeline tonight. The 31-year-old produced a vintage performance in the Sharks' come-from-behind 24-22 win over the Raiders, shading the Blues incumbent five-eighth Terry Campese.

I played with Trent Barrett

I played with Trent Barrett and he is a wonderful representative player

and I think New South Wales would

lose having him in there. Dragons centre Matt Cooper is also in line for a Blues recall after his 2-try effort against the Cowboys. Adelaide has scored its fourth win on the trot, downing North Melbourne by 44 points at AAMI Stadium. The Kangas' injury woes have worsened

with young gun Jack Ziebell suffering a broken leg. Kevin Pietersen admits he's in doubt for the Ashes series due to a chronic Achilles injury. Pietersen hit 46 this morning as England knocked India out of the Twenty20 World Championships.

The International Tennis Federation is set to crack down on players who grunt excessively during matches. Offenders may be defaulted from matches

under new noise hindrance laws being considered by the ITF.

They are already pinned points. You

can be pinned a point for the

grunting. Has that happened? At the

French Open, there was one player

warned once and warned once and I think pinned a

point. That is where they come to

light. It is hard if they are not

aware they are doing it. Oh I hate

it. I am with you. How could you not

know? If you you are so focused, it

is not a conscious thing. Look at

the video tape. Why just girl snz

the video tape. Why just girl snz

why not girl golfers. Martina says

it is cheating. It can put your

opponent off. I hate it. Annoys me.

Just watching the game, you want to

mute it. Fifi is at a ballet school

which is more cultured than grunting tennis players.

tennis players. It is so adorable. I

am here with the boys and girls at

the Utassy ballet school. They will

perform this while I do the forecast. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Brisbane, cloudy with light rain and 22 degrees. Scattered showers expected for most of the week. Sydney, a fine day and 18. Showers developing tomorrow and sticking around for the rest of the week. A partly cloudy day for Melbourne and 16. The outlook is for foggy mornings and partly cloudy days. A fine day for Hobart and a top of 12 degrees. Dry and cool for the days ahead. Adelaide, a light shower or two and 16 degrees.

Clearing tomorrow for a fine and mild week ahead.

Perth, 20 degrees and fine today.

Sunny tomorrow and Wednesday with rain later this week. Mostly fine and 13 in Canberra. Dry and warm in Darwin.

The boys and girls are so brilliant

here at the ewe tas

here at the ewe Tassie ballet school

and there are one of the many

schools that are eligible for the NAB Dance

NAB Dance the Dream. All ballet

schools across Australia can apply

for this. They will have members of

the Australian Ballet come and teach

them. Very well done! Very shortly,

the kids are super excited because

the members of the Australian ballet will be here. We will

will be here. We will have them in

maybe half an hour. See you then.

Were you a ballet dancer? I did

ballet when I was little. You did? I

did. For how long? I got kicked out

for talking. I know that might

surprise you.

surprise you. At 19? No, I was

littler. For talking? I love it. And

Talia does it? Talia does it. She

talks only a little bit. We are

working on it. Were you good at

anything? Debate team. Were you anything? Debate team. Were you a

debater? No. I saved it all up for

now. It is all coming out now. On the way - the city where you get fined

if you don't recycle your rubbish the right way. And how an Aussie teenager got signed to an international modelling agency. But next - a slice of family life with Keith Ur