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(generated from captions) No farewell at Neverland. Michael Jackson's family his body at his fantasy ranch. rules out a public viewing of It's breaking news for the latest. and we're live to Neverland Also, it's our national anthem Australia? but does it really represent This morning - who wants it changed. the Aussie icon then make up your own mind. Hear his proposal Plus, is she too thin? Or are we being too critical? in trouble over her weight. The latest star And get ready to face your fears. So, what happens to your boy bits? under there. Make sure there is nothing Well, there won't be after this. (SCREAMING) take the plunge, Kirk Pengilly and Layne Beachley all for a good cause on this Thursday edition of Sunrise. # Reach up for the sunrise... # Kochie and Mel. VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central, Hello and thanks for joining us. from Michael Jackson's family The statement

a public viewing at Neverland. appears to rule out And it's just been released. Ann Sanders has the latest. has just released new deatils Michael Jackson's family about his funeral arrangements. by US correspondent Rahni Sadler For more, I'm joined

the singer's Neverland Ranch. who's outside Rahni, what do we now know?

The media is clearly here and the

fans are coming and it seems it has

been definitely a wasted journey. been definitely a wasted journey. "

"Contrary to previous news reports

the Jackson family is officially

stating that there will be no public

viewing. Plans are under way for a

public memorial for Michael Jackson

and we will make an announcement shortly.

and we will make an announcement

shortly." I will be back in 15

minutes with more details about what

was in his will. What has been the

reaction to this new snz The media

is in shock because everybody

mobilised so quickly. I will get

Trent to swing around.

Trent to swing around. There are so

many cameras up this street that you

would see at an inauguration.

Everyone is in a mad panic

nobody knows where the next event Everyone is in a mad panic because

will be. Everyone is trying to find

out where Michael Jackson will be

farewelled and buried. Thank you for

the update. is refusing to explain why The Australian Rugby Union of the game's highest-paid players. it sensationally dumped one to play until 2012 Lote Tuqiri was contracted until late yesterday. termination Officials claim the star winger's of the players' code of conduct. is a result of a possible breach is already planning legal action. The former Wallaby today's COAG meeting For the first time, to indigenous issues. will be devoted with State and Territory leaders The Prime Minister will meet to discuss bridging the gap in Darwin today, and non-indigenous Australians. between indigenous in areas like welfare, It means making a difference

and employment. in education, in health outcomes COAG leaders It will be the first time have met in Darwin in 15 years. has become the ninth Australian A 3-year-old Victorian boy to die with swine flu. in their Melbourne home last week. The child's mother found him dead if swine flu is to blame. The coroner is now investigating world-wide have contracted More than 77,000 people have died. the virus more than 300 people who crashed his Holden Commodore Police are searching for a driver

into a ditch in Sydney's south-west. poles before coming to a stop. The car took out several roadside When police arrived, with the keys still in the ignition. the driver had left the scene Hells Angels bikie Peter Zervas the Sydney Airport brawl has been charged over that killed his brother Anthony. The 32-year-old, shooting the week after the brawl, who was injured in a separate with affray and riot. has been charged Commissioner Andrew Scipione says New South Wales Police more arrests will be made. been taken on a wild ride Two Californian police officers have by a sea lion. back into the water They were trying to lure the animal after he went for a walk on a pier. taking control of the vessel. But he had a better idea and even put it in reverse. He honked the horn It took more than an hour

and went back out to sea. but he finally wobbled off

I don't know where they are: We will

We will check in with Fifi for the

weather. Where are you this morning?

the I am in Mildura and I am joined by

the kids from the primary school.

Let's take a look at the forecast. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. on the Telstra Next G network. Get free maps and directions

First to Queensland: and partly cloudy in Mackay. Sunny in Townsville Brisbane, mainly fine. Partly cloudy for Orange. increasing later in the day. Sydney, mainly fine with cloud Partly cloudy in Wollongong. Scattered showers for Canberra. and Albury. Late thunderstorms for Wagga Wagga In Victoria: Mildura, thunderstorms. Cold and stormy at Ballarat. over Melbourne. Isolated thunderstorms developing and high winds. They could bring hail Hobart, mainly fine. Thunderstorms for Mount Gambier. Rain for Adelaide. Mainly fine in Ceduna.

Warm in Darwin. And in Western Australia: and Bunbury. A mainly fine day in Albany it should be sunny. After a cold morning in Perth and fine in Geraldton. Cool at Kalgoorlie

We all got our oranges here in

school's first Mildura. This is part of the

school's first program which is a

program that works in partnership

with the local community. The kids

are working with an orchard, it

shows how they are grown and

marketed. There is $

marketed. There is $5 million worth shows how they are grown and

of funding available. We will learn

all about oranges and we might

all about oranges and we might

squeeze some and get some juice

later. You have a sign? "

later. You have a sign? "Hi, poppy. later. You have a sign? "Hi, poppy."

We are looking forward to this

morning. Aren't we? Yes. Coming in

on school holidays. What a great

idea. Looking at the local community

and the businesses. And learning

beyond the blackboard. Thanks, Fifi.

Let's go back to the breaking story in the

in the States. We got live pictures

there of Neverland Ranch. Despite

thousands of fans gathering and

media, they were waiting for a

memorial service. The Jackson family

is stating there are no plans for a

public viewing. Plans are under

public viewing. Plans are under way for a public memorial. Thaws -

thousands and thousands of fans have

gathered throughout the day as well

as media crews but there will not be

a viewing at Neverland. All the

media were gathering at Neverland

because they thought something

because they thought something official would be occurring. You can

see them sitting there thinking " see them sitting there thinking

"Where do we go now?

"Where do we go now?" This is a 2.

"Where do we go now?" This is a

2.5-hour drive out of LA. We heard

locals saying we don't think they

will be able to cope, the roads

can't manage. It looks like rural

Australia. It would be absolutely

bedlam. The family has spoken - no

official memorial at Neverland. Still ahead - the Aussie icon campaigning for a new national anthem. We'll find out why. But next - highlights of Lleyton Hewitt's overnight clash at Wimbledon. And Kochie has the finance report This is Sunrise with a guaranteed 10 minutes of news, sport and weather every hour.

We are honing in on that. Home sales

went up 0. went up 0.1%

went up 0.1%. Analysts in America

are saying are these more green shoots?

Why in some capital cities are you paying $

paying $1.

paying $1.35? Ask the oil company.

You shouldn't be. The dollar nearly

US 81 cents. It shouldn't be $

US 81 cents. It shouldn't be $1.

US 81 cents. It shouldn't be $1.35 a US 81 cents. It shouldn't be $1.35 a litre. The Bureau of Statistics says retail trade turnover was up 1% in May. But the question is - will it last?

Is it because of the cash splash,

which is now finished. Let's go to Craig James at CommSec.

Is this a good result and

sustainable? It is the level of

interest rates that matter

interest rates that matter, not the

movement of interest rates. The

levels are the lowest in 49 years.

Month after month there is

improvement in purchasing power.

Petrol prices, they have gone up

recently but they are still well

down where they were a year ago and

the fact is 96 out of 100 people out

there got jobs. The unemployment is

rising but from a low level. Yes,

but no more 900 bucks. We won't

but no more 900 bucks. We won't see

the splash out on televisions and

iPods. They are discretionary form

of expenditure. Mortgages are down,

people have still got their jobs,

petrol prices still attractive and

wages are still rising out in the

community. There is also the small

matter of tax cuts which applied

from yesterday as well. They crept

up on us. Craig, thank you for that. Sport now on Sunrise. Here's Beretts. Australia's Lleyton Hewitt has been beaten by American 6th seed Andy Roddick in a classic quarter final thriller at Wimbledon. The pair went at it for 3-hours and 50 minutes

with Roddick moving through to take on Andy Murray

for a place in the final. Roger Federer reached his 21st consecutive grand slam semifinal and faces Tommy Haas. The German upset 4th-seed Novak Djokovic.

Hewitt and Roddick gave it their all. Although completely rattled the American survived the 5-set epic to continue his dream at the All England Club. Australia has shown some positive signs with the bat ahead of the Ashes during day one of their tour match against the England Lions. Mike Hussey led the charge with his unbeaten 143, and Simon Katich fell painfully short of a century. Hussey survived a number of scary moments to guide Australia to 8/337 at stumps.

Nathan Hauritz was Australia's other unbeaten batsman at stumps on 11. The Socceroos have claimed their best-ever world ranking shooting up 13 places to number 16 in the world. Brazil has toppled Spain following their Confederations Cup win. Australia is now clearly the top-ranked team in Asia with Japan's ranking falling to 40. A health scare for Melbourne AFL president Jim Stynes is likely to force the former Brownlow Medallist to stand down as early as today. Fremantle has imposed a 1-game ban on Dean Solomon. The forward was with Essendon's Mark McVeigh in a marathon drinking session

until the early hours of Monday morning. The NRL has moved quickly to block any moves for sacked Sharks half Brett Seymour to hook up with another club. League boss David Gallop says

Seymour must prove he is working to overcome his problems with alcohol before allowing him back in the league.

I will tell you what, Lleyton

Hewitt's effort was monumental. He

is a fighter. What does that tell us

about Hewitt? I think he will be

there for the Australian crowd in

2010. We are just finishing the news. Ahead this morning - why a vegetarian diet could cut your risk of cancer.

And later, the top Hollywood casting director who's looking for talent Down Under. But next - more on the breaking news from the US. No public viewing of Michael Jackson's body

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Despite rumours to the contrary, it now appears that there won't be a public viewing of Michael Jackson's body.

What more do we know other than an

awful lot of people have to turn

around and go somewhere else? We all

know we are a bunch of idiots

because there is nothing happening

here. It started out as a rumour and

reported everywhere. It is such a

big story and information is

floating around everywhere. Because

there is no official source people

are acting on it. All the trucks and

media organisations are here and

ready to go. There are hundreds of

fans coming through and dropping by,

dropping off flowers. There are

people camped down the street

waiting for this procession to come

along. We don't know for certain but

we think this procession was a

furphy as well. It kind of all makes

sense, guys, because when Michael

Jackson left Neverland said the

police tainted it and it would never

be the same for him. He said he

would never step foot on it again.

You would think he would never want

to be buried there. We are waiting

for the family to decide. What is

the betting? Is there any talk where

the memorial will be? That is the

milliondollar question. The theories

now are possibly it will take place

in Gary Indiana, that is the town

where he was born and that doesn't

ring true to me because the Jackson

family did everything they could to

get out of the impoverished area of

Gary, Indiana. Perhaps Los Angeles?

There are lots of places that have

big names, such as Marilyn Monroe.

We don't know and we will spend the

rest of the day trying to find out.

The will, we heard more about the

will. The mention of Diana Ross as a

possible guardian for the children

is one of the most surprising

things. It is very interesting. It

said in the official will from 2002.

Michael Jackson specifically stated

that he wanted his mother to look

after the children and she is pretty

old, I think she is 79. He said if

in the event she can not look after

them he wanted Diana Ross to look

after his children. He saw her as a

mother figure to look after his

children. We will check in with you

later because there were claim it's

about his drug use. We will talk to

you about that next. Thanks for the update. Just ahead - does 'Advance Australia Fair' say enough about how we feel as a country? Or do we need a new anthem? Plus later, why Eva Mendes has been forced to defend herself over a new ad campaign. But next - this morning's news and Fifi has the weather from Mildura. You're watching Sunrise, across Australia. (ALL CHATTER) (GASPING) (ALL SCREAM IN FEAR) (PANTS) Aargh! Aaargh! (ALL SCREAM IN FEAR) Aargh!

Aargh! (SNORES)

Ahh! (SNORES)

That is the scene outside Neverland.

A whole bunch of disappointed

journalists because the Jackson

family said no public viewing. Still to come - the 'wonder drug' cutting the risk of heart disease. Should more of us be taking it? And, we've got an Australian TV exclusive. Be the first to see P!nk's new video clip for 'Funhouse'. But first let's get a news hit. Here's Ann Sanders. Michael Jackson's family has issued a statement, saying there will be no public or private viewing of his body at Neverland Ranch. His family was unable to go through with their plans due to council regulations on private property burials.

They're still planning a public memorial. It's believed he will be buried at a Los Angeles cemetery. The singer's will has been filed this morning citing his mother as the children's guardian. Singer Diana Ross was named as a successor guardian. The Australian Rugby Union's shock sacking of Lote Tuqiri is tipped to turn into a bitter legal battle with the former Wallaby already hiring a lawyer. Officials are refusing to go public on exactly why the star winger's lucrative contract was terminated. But they have admitted conducting an investigation into a possible breach of the players' code of conduct.

Tuqiri was contracted until 2012. A school in Melbourne's north has been severely damaged by fire. Fire crews were called to Preston South Primary just before 10:00 last night. Four classrooms were gutted in the blaze. The fire had the classrooms well involved but the actions of the firefighters actually did prevent the spread of fire throughout the wing. The fire is being treated as suspicious. Three Victorian siblings have the sad task of burying both parents after they died a day apart. Gail Coomber was killed by a falling tree when gale force winds hit Melbourne two days ago. The 48-year-old grandmother was returning home after collecting her former husband's belongings. And her poor children, you know, they've lost two parents in 24 hours. Gail was looking forward to marrying again after proposing to her de facto partner on the day she died. Volunteers are being sought in Queensland to help get rid of the dreaded cane toads. Environment Minister Peter Garrett will today announced a $400 million mitigation program to control the pests. It will include money for community volunteer days. Time for sport now with Beretts.

Could we get a few more details on

that? Community volunteer days? It

is not a golf day? That is a

possibility. That is a way of

getting rid of them. They have -

they have feelings too. That is a

whopper. They are a pest. They need

to eradicate them. They are God's

creatures too. But they cause

destruction so they need to control

them. Melissa, with your experience

from 'The Zoo', have you got any

theories? I will workshop it and get

back to you. Maybe the tranquilliser

gun and relocate them. Go up the

food chain. What eats cane toads?

That is how they came? It worked for

50 years. You are on to something. Lleyton Hewitt is out of Wimbledon after a mammoth quarterfinal battle with rival Andy Roddick. The American started strongly but Hewitt hit back and sparked a duel that lasted almost 4 hours. It's sure to go down as one of the all-time classics at the All England club. Roddick faces British hope Andy Murray next while 5-time champion Roger Federer meets Tommy Haas in the other semifinal. Mike Hussey is back on top of his game ahead of the opening Ashes Test next week in Cardiff. Mr Cricket was lethal with the bat smashing an unbeaten 143 to guide Australia to 8/337 at stumps on the opening day of a four-day tour match against the England Lions. Hussey did well to negotiate the Lions' bowlers surviving scares on 75 and 132.

It is important to get in habit of It is important to get in habit of batting for long periods

batting for long periods of time. It

felt good. I would love to do it again next week. Simon Katich was solid, but fell shy of a promising century on 95. Aussie skipper Ricky Ponting struggled with the bat out for just one. Marcus also continued his lean trot. Former Brownlow Medallist Jim Stynes is tipped to stand down as president of the Melbourne Football Club. Kevin Sheedy has put his hand up to coach Richmond. He says watching the Tigers being flogged on Sunday was heart-breaking. Bulldogs veteran Brett Kimmorley doesn't believe he's the short-term fix to NSW's halfback woes. He's put his hand up for another crack but this time wants to stick around a lot longer.

Well done to Ron Barassi named

Victorian of the year. Great honour.

Fifi has all your weather for this

Thursday. Yes, Kochie, here in mill

daour. I am here with the kids from Nangiloc primary. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network.

Brisbane, mainly fine and 23. Mainly fine with light winds tomorrow, with a fine weekend ahead. Sydney, partly cloudy and 18. Showers and possible thunderstorms tomorrow. Scattered showers on Saturday. Fine Sunday. Canberra, cool with scattered showers and 11 degrees. Cooler tomorrow. 14 degrees for Melbourne with showers increasing to storms and high winds today and tomorrow. A cool and cloudy weekend with scattered showers. Rain and 15 for Adelaide. Scattered showers tomorrow easing on Saturday and mainly fine on Sunday. Perth, fine and 18. Cloudy periods tomorrow, with Saturday and Sunday set to be fine. Darwin, sunny and warm and 33. Dry for the next few days. Mainly fine and 11 degrees in Hobart.

daour. I am here with the kids from Nangiloc primary.S

The school's first initiative. They

are awarding schools like this

primary school to learn about

businesses in the community. They

are learning how to grow oranges and

how to pack them. Laura is diligent.

What should I look out for? Look for

bruises and cuts or the owner won't

be happy. There are some falling out

the back. Don't stop and talk! Fif!

It is all happening. They are so

exciting. They are learning about

business and how to give back to the

community sm schools can apply. There is $

There is $5 million worth of

funding. If you want to take kids

outside the classroom, you can apply

for this. It is very loud and noisy

here at the orchard. Can't wait for

the next stage in half an hour. We

will see what happens to the orange.

I think the kids got it down pat.

Thought of the Day is a lovely

saying that Ann has. It is just one

for the kids when you try to get

them to do the home work. The price

of success is eternal repetition. If they say "

they say "I don't want to do that again. they say "I don't want to do that

again." It is a very mum one. We

were talking how to get the kids to

stay on top of the home work.

Everything in this world is so

instant. That will be hard to follow

with Joke of the Day.

A Vietnamese doctor said we can take

a kidney out of one man and put it

in another and put him back to work

in six weeks. That is nothing. The

in six weeks. That is nothing. The

German doctor says we can take a

lung out and put it in go back to

work four weeks. And then we can

have half a heart and put him to

work in two weeks. 9 Aussie doctor

said we took a man with no brains

out of Queensland and put him in

Canberra and now half the country is

looking for work. Well done, victor.

Got a laugh from Ann. Coming up -

the Aussie icon who's on a mission to change our national anthem. And later, Kirk Pengilly and Layne Beachley take a 14,000-foot plunge with our James Tobin. Straight ahead, though - Lleyton Hewitt's dream run is over at Wimbledon. But is he back on the world tennis stage? We'll ask the Wilsons, when Sunrise continues. I lead a busy life, so as a mum, I want proven relief for my child's coughs, colds and allergies. That's why I trust Dimetapp. And he says it tastes great too. What a relief there's Dimetapp. New Goulburn Valley Fruit Fizz. It's 65% fruit juice and sparkling water, with no added sugar. And for a limited time, get a free cold reveal 'Ice Age 3' tumbler

with every Fruit Fizz purchase at McDonald's. Fee fi fo fum, I smell... Poo! Huggies Baby Wipes - they're the thickest, to get you back in the game faster. Huggies Baby Wipes. The Wilsons brought to you by the Bravia 200-hertz motion-flow TV from Sony for the smoothest picture ever. Time now to talk sport. It's over to Beretts. Lleyton Hewitt's run at Wimbledon has come to an end. Early this morning he went down to Andy Roddick in an epic 5-setter. But Hewitt's recent form has surprised the experts. Are we seeing a new dawn for his career? Let's ask the Wilsons. Good morning. Jim, is Hewitt back?

No doubt. I said he would never win

a grand slam and I am sticking with

that. This is gripping tennis. 43

aces by A-Rod. Lite being bolts. He

broke in the 9th set and goes out

and serves on the march. Great

theatre. Bec, your favourite player

Lleyton, you are sticking with him

or jumping off? That will take a

week. We can't bag him on that. Just

as I was leaving, he had a break

point. I thought "

point. I thought "Here we go, this

will be an unbelievable win.

will be an unbelievable win." I wish

more courts were grass. He can play

on grass. Classic Lleyton. That is

the best Andy Roddick has ever

played. For Andy to have that play

that hard to beat him. And Tommy

Haas is the oldest on the draw. He

is playing the Fed Ex, Roger

Federer. Murray, all the hopes

behind Andy Murray. Andy Murray is

their great white hope. The weight

of Great Britain on his shoulders. In other news, the ARU has shocked rugby fans by sacking Lote Tuqiri. Bec, they haven't said why. Do you think we'll find out?

They are an illegal minefield

They are an illegal minefield where

David Gallop is used to these things

where he comes out says what is

wrong and move on. One of the

leading defamation lawyers and they

are running scared. It may lead to a

disciplinary breech in Canberra.

disciplinary breech in Canberra. But the other thing we have to remember

is that Lote Tuqiri has been out of

form. $

form. $2 million wouldn't be hard to

form. $2 million wouldn't be hard to rip up because he hasn't been

playing for the Wallabies. Yes, we

would love to him a chance but he would love to him a chance but he is

one dimensional and too slow. It

looks like it is going before the

courts. Watch this space.

Finally, legendary AFL coach Kevin Sheedy has announced

he wants the top job at Richmond. Jim, should he get it?

No, he shouldn't. He is a three-time

premier she player. That is the

biggest dead. I love the yellow and

black and I love Richmond and the

faithful, right now it is not Kevin

Sheedy's bag. He put his hand up but

he won't coach them. I want him to.

I think it would be great to see Sheeds

Sheeds back. They got to win games.

He is yesterday's man. He can win

games. I want him back. He was far

better at Essendon but I hate to say

it, he is yesterday's man. I just

love the quotes. We will let you two

continue this next week T thanks.

There you go. You need a bell that

they have in the boxing game They

know it although. Fantastic. Just ahead - the cholesterol drug cutting the risk of heart disease. And we'll cross live at Neverland for the latest on funeral arrangements for Michael Jackson. But next - does dinner in front of the TV guarantee quiet meal times?

You're watching Sunrise, now with longer news bulletins on the hour.

When we need a car, we call Thrifty - Australia's best-valued car and truck rental. What's making the papers, Ann? 'The Age' reports on the rising cost of flying ex-MPs around the country. Since 2001, former federal politicians have claimed more than 20,000 free flights at a cost of $8.3 million. Ian Sinclair topped the list with 701 flights while Barry Jones came in fourth with his flights totalling nearly $150,000.

What do you think? Do retired MPs

deserve free travel? If they live in

the country - country and they are

doing charity work? It depends. Tim

Fisher does a lot of community work.

Not anymore but he did.

Not anymore but he did.. I am

curious what they are doing it for.

If they are doing it for the

community and volunteering. Should

we check on it? Should we have

someone who says approved, approved,

no, and it is first-class travel.

The blanket thing should go. Make it work-related. The 'Daily Telegraph' is talking about arguments at the family dinner table. For years, families have been told to bring everyone together around the table each night. But a survey of almost 17,000 mothers found more than 40% of families start arguments while at the dinner table. Is eating our nightly meal in front of the television a bad thing?

Let us know what you do at home. Do

you have your dinner in front of the

TV or use it as a time to

TV or use it as a time to chat when

you are having a meal? Chat. Never

had the TV on. I remember you saying

that you let the children choose the

music. It always stuck in my mind.

That is a copout to say it causes

arguments. It is a way of resolving

arguments. Rather than saying "

arguments. Rather than saying "We don't arguments. Rather than saying "We

don't want

don't want anyone to have a difference of opinion.

don't want anyone to have a difference of opinion." Mine is

arguments of who sits where

arguments of who sits where and who

sits next to mummy. We were sitting

there facing the kitchen bench and I

thought there is something wrong

with this picture. Now I got a round

table. And with the

table. And with the 2-year-old and

it is go, go, go. The 'Telegraph' is also keeping an eye on the imminent birth of Australia's biggest baby. Asian elephant Thong Dee is expected to give birth after a 22-month pregnancy. Vets are gathering equipment for the birth of the 100kg baby which includes ultra-sound gel, painkillers, ropes and chains.

Our very own Mel has her bags

packed. It is up to her. They have

been doing daily blood tests to

check her hormone levels. Once it

reaches a certain point, that is not

the technical explanation, I am not

a vet. It could be a long process.

You are doing this for 'The Zoo'.

You were there for the conception.

You got to see it through. I wasn't

actually there. But you said you

were there. I let the vets do their

thing. But you were part of the

conception. It was artificial.

Imagine when the water breaks. Take

your galoshes. And definitely don't

hold her hand. Can you imagine

telling her to breathe? What music.

Rub her back. After the break - your guaranteed 10 minutes of news, sport and weather. Plus, we're live to Neverland And, does Australia need a new national anthem? We'll hear the arguments and one of the options next on Sunrise. BOY: Making cake was my favourite thing. Mum even let me smash the egg, to mix it up and be all gooey. 'cause then we can open the frosting. It's the best part of the cake. Now I like the frosting most. Betty Crocker knows you love frosting, so we give you delicious, with all our Super Moist cakes, including our new cupcakes. Live pictures from Neverland. You wake to developing news - Michael Jackson's family has ruled out a public viewing there. What now for his funeral? Where will it be held? Shortly on Sunrise,

we'll get the latest from Rahni Sadler live at the scene. Also coming up this morning on Sunrise - it's our national anthem but does it really represent Australia? Shortly, the Aussie icon who wants it changed. Hear his proposal then make up your own mind. Plus, is she too thin? Or are we being too critical? The latest star in trouble over her weight. And get ready to face your fears. So what happens to your boy bits? Make sure there is nothing under there. Well, there won't be after this. (SCREAMING) Kirk Pengilly and Layne Beachley take the plunge, all for a good cause, as this Thursday edition of Sunrise continues. Hello and welcome to a busy morning. Let's get straight into this hour with 10 minutes of news and weather.

Here's Ann. The world's media and thousands of fans have started to leave Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch after the singer's family released new details about his funeral. For more, I'm joined by US correspondent Rahni Sadler who's there. The career of rugby superstar Lote Tuqiri appears over after he was mysteriously sacked by the Australian Rugby Union last night. His $2 million contract was torn up but the ARU wouldn't reveal why, releasing a short statement saying the issue is a standard employment matter. The former league star was contracted to union until 2012.

Tuqiri had been embroiled in a string of off-field indiscretions in recent years. He's instructed lawyers to challenge the ARU's decision. A 3-year-old Victorian boy has become the first Australian child to die with swine flu. His death takes the national swine flu toll to nine. Seven of the victims are from Victoria. The boy's family has requested that further details of his medical history be withheld. For the first time in 15 years, State and Territory leaders will gather in Darwin today for the Council of Australian Governments meeting. Leaders will discuss the global financial crisis but will focus on closing the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. It means making a difference in areas like welfare, in education, in health outcomes and employment and that's what we're on about. State and Territory leaders last met in Darwin, in 1994. One of Britain's most notorious criminals Ronnie Biggs has been denied parole despite reports he'd be released this weekend. Biggs was jailed for 30 years for his role in the 1963 Great Train Robbery. He escaped 15 months later and fled to Brazil but turned himself in to British Authorities in 2001. His application for parole was rejected because of his lack of regret. Not everyone agrees. Ron had all times during his life has said that he's very sorry for what has happened in the train robbery and any upset he's caused people including Jack Wells and his family so to say that he's unrepentant is absolutely ridiculous. The 79-year-old is currently in hospital with pneumonia and a broken hip. Hollywood superstar couple Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have been snapped in Melbourne with daughter Suri. They treated their 3-year-old to a visit to the Aquarium last night before sneaking out a back door. The glamour couple is expected to venture out of the luxury suite at Crown Casino again tonight to celebrate Tom's 47th birthday. Holmes begins rehearsals for her big-budget horror movie on Monday. In finance news: The 'West Australian' is celebrating the career of veteran. Channel 7 weatherman Jeff Newman is hanging up his umbrella after 40 years in the job.

We send our warmest congratulations

to Jeff. He is a lovely gentleman.

You said it right. The face and

voice of telethon in WA. He put so

much effort into that. For those in

other States, Telethon is the big

fund raising that Channel 7 does for

Princess Margaret. It is the biggest

telethon per population and raises

more money than anyone else. The

whole nation benefits from the tell whole nation benefits from the

telethon institute. Absolutely. All

the research. Jeff is the driving

force behind it. 50 years in

October. He is part of October. He is part of the family. I

am sure he will be enormously missed and congratulations too. Time to check sport now with Beretts. The Wimbledon crowd has been treated to an all-time classic overnight with Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick slugging out an epic 5-set quarterfinal. They battled for almost 4 hours before Roddick overcame the Aussie. Roddick next meets Andy Murray for a place in the final. Roger Federer is also through. He faces Tommy Haas in the semis after Haas upset 4th-seed Novak Djokovic. Andy Roddick came straight at Lleyton Hewitt but the Aussie wasn't in this battle alone. COMMENTATOR: Roddick just having a quick look over there at the Fanatics. The Fanatics were back and in full voice. That's the way to return Roddick's serve. Hewitt gave the American a taste of his own medicine and some. Oh, beautiful play. But Roddick snared the opening set.

The second set proved thirsty work for all involved but Hewitt kept pace and his accuracy kept him in the match. Oh, well done, great shot. The unseeded Hewitt continued to play smart forcing the American to dig deep. But the duel went on and on. It turned into one of Wimbledon's all-time classics lasting almost 4 long hours. Both players were completely exhausted and in the end Roddick prevailed. Mike Hussey is back on top of his game

ahead of the opening Ashes Test next week in Cardiff. Mr Cricket was lethal with the bat smashing an unbeaten 143 runs to guide Australia to 8/337 at stumps on the opening day of their four-day tour match against the England Lions. Hussey did well to negotiate the Lions bowlers surviving scares on 75 and 132.

Batting for long periods of time and

it felt nice today and I would love

to do it next week. Simon Katich was solid but fell victim to short ball from Steve Harmison on 95. The Melbourne Football Club is likely to call a media conference this morning

with illness expected to force club president Jim Stynes to stand down immediately to undergo surgery.

There was a great moment between

Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt.

They acknowledged how much they

respected each other. Lleyton thinks

he can take him on. And the opponent

pushes you to your best. Suddenly we

are backing Andy now? No. I mean

after this one. No, Andy Murray. The

first Brit. Wouldn't that be

wonderful for the country? Don't

Labor to him. We will find out

Labor to him. We will find out very soon if it is time for a new

Australian anthem. First, let's

check in with Fifi. She is in

Mildura having a lovely time. I am

with all the gorgeous children from

Nangiloc and this is one of the many

primary schools in the program. They are

are rewarded for working with local

communities. They learn out of the

classroom. We are learning all about

oranges. Not only learning how to

grow, market, they design the tag

for the bag. The school designed

that. It is a great initiative. As

you can see, Dallas is nearly as big

as the orange bag. We are having fun

and we will bring you more from

Mildura. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. First to Queensland:

Sunny in Townsville and partly cloudy in Mackay. Brisbane, mainly fine. Partly cloudy for Orange. Sydney, mainly fine with cloud increasing later in the day. Partly cloudy in Wollongong. Scattered showers for Canberra. Late thunderstorms for Wagga Wagga and Albury. In Victoria: Mildura, thunderstorms. Cold and stormy at Ballarat. Isolated thunderstorms developing over Melbourne. They could bring hail and high winds. Hobart, mainly fine. Thunderstorms for Mount Gambier.

Rain for Adelaide. Mainly fine in Ceduna.

Warm in Darwin. And in Western Australia: A mainly fine day in Albany and Bunbury. After a cold morning in Perth it should be sunny. Cool at Kalgoorlie and fine in Geraldton.

I will be bringing you more from

Mildura and about oranges. There's big news out of Neverland this morning. The Jackson family has ruled out a public viewing of Michael's body at the ranch. It follows much speculation about funeral plans and the filing of the King of Pop's will. Let's go back to Rahni Sadler at Neverland for the latest. Rahni, do we know any more details about the funeral plans?

No, I think we know less than we

have before. I think we are more in

the dark than ever before. Everyone

is here and set up and ready to go.

They are here - for something that

is not taking place, there is a lot

of activity. There was something

that looked like a fuel

that looked like a fuel tanker. No

that looked like a fuel tanker. No one knows where it will take place.

Michael's father spoke of a public

funeral and many scoffed. Some say

an international event, it could be

something that is highly produced

that people could watch on

that people could watch on television. That would certainly be

good for all the fans who want to be

part of that. The family will

release a statement. They just

haven't done it yet. There are a lot

of fans who want satisfying. There

was talk that there would be two

million people lining up on the

drive outside of Neverland? Yes,

that is one of the reasons if it got

floated got shot down. The

authorities are not coping. It seems

people got word this is not people got word this is not taking

away place. All day it has been

bumper to bumper on this street. We

don't know what will happen now.

Details to come. Tell us about the

will. There were a couple of

surprises? Firstly we knew that he

wanted his mother, Katherine

Jackson, to take care of his

children. But if his mother passed

away or was unable to he

away or was unable to he wanted Diana Ross to look after his

children. They had some

children. They had some difficulties

but obviously he saw her as a mother

figure and wanted her to raise his three children. Investigations into the King of Pop's death have uncovered more startling allegations about his drug use. What was he taking?

Apparently they have discovered at

his house, TMZ is reporting this.

his house, TMZ is reporting this. Apparently they discovered Diprivan.

Its proper name is Propofol. It is

used at hospitals for anaesthesia.

They use it at hospitals because it

can kill you. You couldn't take

can kill you. You couldn't take it at home without a doctor

supervising. Michael Jackson had a

nurse. This woman came forward

saying that she was Michael

Jackson's nurse and she called her

begging for this drug because he

couldn't sleep. He wanted some of them. She

them. She said you can not have

this. If you take it at home, you

may never wake up. If we find out

who gave him this drug, this person

could be facing manslaughter

charges. Updates every moment. Thank

you for the update. Talk to you soon. you for the update. Talk to you

soon.. Now here's Kochie. Is it time for a new national anthem? 'Advance Australia Fair' has been the song to sum up our identity for 35 years.

But does it say enough about who we really are anymore? Country music legend John Williamson has been working on an alternative. He joins me now. Do you think our national anthem truly reflects who we are as Australians?

By the way this came about from a

listener who called me up in Darwin.

If it wasn't bound for beauty and

nature, I wouldn't like the anthem

at all. I think it was written in a

time where we weren't anywhere near

as proud as our country as we are

now. Originally it was Britannia. I

sing it proudly at the rugby or

whatever. I write an anthem because

we need songs that make us proud.

You have written one in the past

with 'True Blue'. I wasn't trying to

write an anthem. You look at the

words. Things like girt by sea, is

it old-fashioned? I think it is. I

was at the rugby in the crowd and

not many were singing it with gust

owe. It would be good if there was a

song that they got stuck into it.

'Waltzing Matilda' and it tells the

bush and the campfire and the

underdog. 'Waltzing Matilda' tells

people who we are. You are

Australia's most pait

Australia's most patriotic bloke.

You got a True Blue flag. Tell us

about it. A Northern Territory

journalist who said they are the

most proud of their flag. You could

have the swan in West Australia, the

magpie in South Australia and son

and on it goes. It promotes the

nature of this country. Look at the

Queensland flag, it's got a crown

and a Maltese cross on it. Where is

Queensland in there? Exactly. Tell

us about this song that you have

been mulling over. You haven't

recorded it yet. You have played it

only twice. It is called 'Island of

Oceans'? I think the song tells it

all. It is the first time I

attempted to write an anthem with

all things that I think are

important to Aussies. Can we have a listen?

# We are now together

# The rock is in your blood

# Free as an eagle.

# Strong as a river flood

# Proud as a coolabah

# As fresh as the ocean breeze.

# You're my inspiration # It's a song for you.

# Under the Southern Cross with

people old and new

# With the roads that go forever

# Through the land of kangaroo.

# Island of oceans

# Red ochre and blue

# You give my heart the power for

dreams come true

# I will give you glory with

everything I do

# Australia

# Australia. #

I can imagine singing that at the

footy or the swimming or the Olympic

Games. Without nerves. You were

nervous. I don't like stirring the

bucket too much. It is a big deal

and something you are passionate

about with those lyrics is just

wonderful. Thank you. Tell us about the meaning behind the lyrics. Would you like to see it become our new national anthem? Now it's back to Mel. Cardiovascular disease is a major cause of death in Australia. Every 10 minutes, it claims another life. But more of us could potentially reduce our risk simply by taking so-called "wonder drugs" to reduce our cholesterol. To find out more, I'm joined by Dr John D'Arcy. Morning, Doc. These drugs are called statins. What are they and how do they work?

It is interesting. What statins do

is they stop the liver, if you like,

stop producing excessive

cholesterol. We know excessive

cholesterol with inflammation that

is why you say every 10 minutes an

Australian dies of heart disease.

Even if you don't have high

cholesterol and you stake a statin

it could reduce heart disease. Are

many Aussies taking these? Yes,

about two million - about two

million Aussies are taking statins.

Recent studies Britain show that

even if you don't have high

cholesterol it will reduce your risk

of cardiovascular disease. Does that

mean there are no side effects? If

you take it and you dote have

cardiovascular disease it won't harm

you in any way? Every med aigs, even

paracetamol will have a side effect.

It can affect the muscles and cause

pain for some people. Generally

speaking it is a safe medication.

You mentioned paracetamol, there is

a report out in 'The Age' that it

will restrict. It was noted in

America because of the FDA. It is a

commonly used medication? It is one

of the most commonly used

medications and it brings down

fever. If it is used for the right

condition and the right dose, then

it is fine. One of the great

problems is that paracetamol can be

mixed with other educations. If you

are taking medication with

paracetamol in it and then take

paracetamol, that is what they are

looking at, combined medication,

combined with opiates, for example.

The second thing is, some people

take different medications and high

doses of paracetamol can affect the

liver. Yes, paracetamol is great -

right dose at the right time for the

right condition. Thank you. Still to come on Sunrise - the photos of Eva Mendes which are causing so much controversy. But is she really too thin? Plus soon, forget the nerves. Turn around and face the beach and put your feet through the foot loops. Beautiful.

Does this mean I can't go to the toilet? Why Aussie stars are facing their fears. And later, a TV exclusive. (SINGS) # This used to be a funhouse # But now it's full of evil clowns... # We've got P!nk's new video clip for 'Funhouse' in full. Good morning. Natalie Forrest with you. Anger there's a new hospital at Queanbeyan but no one wants to work there. Local MP Melinda Pavey says it's become a disaster, as 9 doctors have quit in the last 6 months. The lack of imaging equipment means they can't properly assess what's wrong with patients. They're also angry at not being able to access patient information on their computer system. A record 84 people will become our newest Aussie citizens in Queanbeyan today. Mayor Tim Overall says it's one of the largest ceremonies they've ever had. Local champion, Caroline Buchanan, will line up at the BMX World Championships in Adelaide later this month. Canberra riders will show off their skills today at a track in Tuggeranong. And the Raiders are back in training as they prepare for Sunday's clash against the Titans. I'll have more news for you at 11. Sunrise brought to you by Star Class, Jetstar's international business class. Get a little star treatment on selected routes. To book, go to: And if you want to make the most of winter why not head to New Zealand. You can stay five nights at the Ibis Hotel in Christchurch with return JetSaver airfares. Plus get a Mt Hutt complete beginner ski pack all for less than $,1000 from both Melbourne or Sydney. Or how about six nights at the Holiday Inn Avon Hotel? The package includes return JetSaver flights plus a Mt Hutt intermediate ski pack. It costs $1,058 from Brisbane slightly more from Sydney. For more details and to book, just head to jetstar.com

John Williamson is a great singer

and his new version is great but we

should leave it alone. Out with the

old and in with the new is not

something that should be used with

the national anthem.

the national anthem." I agree. The

actual words, do they mean a lot to

you? They do. I have grown up

singing it. I don't think the anthem

is meant to be a pop song. I don't

think that was a pop song:

Do you think it captures it as well

as it should or was it a fallback

position because it was written

before? I don't necessarily think

bushtucker and billies is about

Australia for everybody. You have

respect for the national anthem but

I must say it is a really hard one

to sing. You are trying to sing it

but for the average person, even the

professional, you want something you

can belt out. Let us know. Coming up - the stars getting out of their comfort zone, for a good cause. Plus later, the Hollywood agent who's heading Down Under to find new talent. Could you have what it takes? But right now it's time for the news. Here's Ann with the 7:30 update. There will be no public or private viewing of Michael's Jackson's body at Neverland Ranch. His family was unable to go through with their plans due to council regulations on private property burials. They're still planning a public memorial. It's believed he will be buried at a Los Angeles cemetery.

The singer's will has been filed this morning citing his mother as the children's guardian. Singer Diana Ross was named as a successor guardian. New South Wales police

are investigating an alleged attempt by a prison inmate to solicit a bikie to hurt former Cronulla sharks boss, Tony Zappia. Prison officials have handed an intercepted letter to police. Seven News understands it included Zappia's home address and asked that he be taught a lesson but not permanently hurt. Police hope to interview a man in the next few days. He is known to Mr Zappia but can't be named for legal reasons. A truck has lost its load of vegetables in Victoria spilling hundreds of dollars worth of produce over the Mornington Freeway. The truck collided with a sedan last night. Both lanes were blocked. Several fire trucks, ambulances and emergency services vehicles to assist. Both drivers were taken to hospital with minor injuries. The much-criticised chief of Victoria's Country Fire Authority is set to be reappointed for at least two more years. Russell Rees has been grilled at the Royal Commission for his handling of Black Saturday. Senior counsel assisting the commission have accused Mr Rees of being divorced from fundamental aspects of the responsibility as fire chief. Some believe he's been made a scapegoat

for the February 7 disaster which killed 173 people. Academy Award-winning actor Karl Malden has died aged 97. Malden is best known for his role in 'A Streetcar Named Desire' which earned him an Oscar as well as his role alongside Marlon Brando in 'On the Waterfront'. The star lent his voice for 21 years to the famous American Express 'Don't leave home without them' TV ads. He died of natural causes. Star of British comedy show 'Are You Being Served?' Mollie Sugden has died in hospital. She shot to fame in the popular '70s show which ran for 13 years. Sudgen has been suffering a long illness believed to have been brought on from her husband's death in 2000. She was 86. In finance news:

Sad news around this morning.

Streets of San Francisco, it was my

favourite. Karl Maldon and Jimmy

Duarte and me could have been

triplets. Sad news in Hollywood. A

little bit of sad news sports too. Lleyton Hewitt is out of Wimbledon after a mammoth quarterfinal battle with rival Andy Roddick. The American started strongly but Hewitt hit back

and sparked a duel that lasted almost 4 hours. It's sure to go down as one of the all-time classics at the All England club. Roddick next faces British hope Andy Murray while 5-time champion Roger Federer meets Tommy Haas in the other semifinal. Legendary AFL coach Kevin Sheedy wants to drag Richmond off the bottom of the AFL table.

He's thrown his hat in the ring to permanently replace Terry Wallace. Meantime Melbourne President Jim Stynes is likely to stand down later today.

He's suffering an unknown illness that requires urgent surgery. Mike Hussey has eased one of Australia's biggest pre-Ashes headaches by returning to top form against the England Lions at Worcester. Hussey shook off the batting funk that has plagued him over the last eight months posting an unbeaten 143 to guide Australia to 8/337 at stumps.

Battle for a long period of time and spend time out there. Simon Katich set himself up for Ashes redemption with a fluent knock of 95.

The Socceroos have moved up 13 places to claim their highest-ever FIFA world ranking.

Australia is at number 16.

That is fantastic. It makes next

year really exciting. To break into

the top 20. I just sat up and

watched the best game of tennis in

my life. You make us proud Lleyton.

Taking a shower and going to work.

Tough being a sporting nut. Fifi has

your weather today with a bunch of

hard workers. They are working so

hard. The kids from Nangiloc here in

Mildura. They are one of the many

schools that is in the program that

works with the community. I will

tell you what they are learning in a

moment. I got a new BFF. Ricky is

learning so much today. She will

learn how to read the weather as

well. This is a first. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Brisbane, mainly fine and 23. Mainly fine with light winds tomorrow, with a fine weekend ahead. Sydney, partly cloudy and 18. Showers and possible thunderstorms tomorrow. Scattered showers on Saturday. Fine Sunday. Canberra, cool with scattered showers and 11 degrees. Cooler tomorrow.

14 degrees for Melbourne with showers increasing to storms

and high winds today and tomorrow.

A cool and cloudy weekend with scatttered showers. Mainly fine and 11 degrees in Hobart. Rain and 15 for Adelaide. Scattered showers tomorrow, easing on Saturday and mainly fine on Sunday. Perth, fine and 18. Cloudy periods tomorrow, with Saturday and Sunday set to be fine. Darwin, sunny and warm and 33. Dry for the next few days.

We are at the picking stage. This is

where it will start. These kids from

Nangiloc - Ricky just corrected me.

Nangiloc. Very good feedback here.

We could get a mini producer here

for us too. Many schools that are

applying for the school as first

program, these kids have been in the

orchard and picked the fruit and

they are part of the picking and

packing and they go to the

supermarket to see how they are sold

in the supermarket. They are

learning business. I mean, I wish we

did stuff like this at school. I

would be far better at everything.

We have a bit more to go through

across the morning? Yes. Twist and

pull? Yes See you in half an hour.

Bye. See you, Fifi. Still to come - a new controversy for Eva Mendes. Why the critics say she's too thin. Plus later - your first look at P!nk's brand-new video clip. But straight ahead - Kirk Pengilly and Layne Beachley are out of their comfort zone, next on Sunrise. There's a change in the air at McCafe. Now we're freshly baking a new range of delicious pastries

in store throughout the day. So come and try a new freshly baked pastry at McCafe today. (WHIMPERS) VOICEOVER: Teach kids how much to use with new Kleenex Cottonelle's 'stop and tear' designs. Lab tested for leaners.

There is TomKat cam. Is that him in

the rogue there? He is 47 today.

Spring chicken. They went to the

aquarium yesterday. Took little

Suri. Do you think he would do a

mission impossible there on the

crane. Do you think that is how he

is getting in and out. Because no

one would see him. He took Mrs

Cruise to thea

Cruise to the aquarium and the kid.

The kid. Suri is her name. She is

very cute. Pull away. We can't do

that. A bit of privacy. Every hour an Aussie loses part of their vision. But the good news is most of these cases can be treated or prevented.

During July, the Eye Foundation is daring us to face our fears

and raise money at the same time. INXS star Kirk Pengilly and wife Layne Beachley have done their bit by jumping out of a plane.

Our James Tobin went along for the ride. Kirk Pengilly may be fearless on stage but with heights, he crumbles. Turn around and face the beach. Beautiful. Does this mean I can't go to the toilet? So what happens to your boy bits? Make sure there is nothing under there. Well, there won't be after this. I want to wee now. With his wife, surfing champ Layne Beachley, by his side there was no turning back. This jump launches the Eye Foundation's new campaign What Would You Pay to See? We're encouraging people to have their own challenges.

Mine happened to be my fear of heights and it evolved to this, jumping out of a plane. I had glaucoma in my mid 20s and nearly went blind. I met an ophthalmologist and he said he needed an ambassador.

So it is something I am aligned to.

Eye health is not something we talk about often, is it? No, it needs to be looked at like we do teeth. Especially if you have a history of eye health in the family. Most diseases can be prevented or arrested when they are diagnosed.

That's why we're jumping out of a plane. Are you more nervous about jumping out of a plane or having this guy strapped to your back? No, he'd be my first choice. I feel like we need snare drums. Away we go, up, up and away. We're at 5,000 feet.

We got another 9,000 to go. What is

going on in your brain? I am getting

a little nervy. We are above the

clouds. Oh my God!

# I wish you were by my side. #

Good morning, Kirk. Good morning.

Nice sunrise? And we are alive.

Whoo-hoo. Beautiful, mate, welcome back. Congratulations. A few bugs? Awesome. Fallout was full on but that was amazing. Do you think you'll do it again? Ahhhh. Well, at least he tried it once.

Well done. Layne is

Well done. Layne is on 'Dancing with the Stars' on Sunday night too. If you want to take part in the Eye Foundation's campaign, we've got all the details on our website. Coming up at 8:00, a guaranteed 10 minutes of news, sport and weather. But next, is dinner in front of the TV the key to peaceful meal times? Then later, we catch up with Natalie Bassingthwaite. I'll be giving you a sneak peek, some behind-the-scenes action, on my brand-new video 'Not For You'. Stick around. (GENTLE GUITAR MUSIC) There's a change in the air at McCafe. Now we're freshly baking a new range of delicious pastries in store throughout the day. Caramel swirls, apricot Danish, choc croissants and all your favourite