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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. He gets it away. Billy Slater not to be denied! Melbourne, they've won the title. for Parramatta, The Storm prove too strong victory. claiming their third Grand Final This morning on Sunrise - with the highlights our footy experts join us live and the celebrations. Then, selling out on solar. Why isn't Australia taking advantage natural assets? of one of its greatest with the Black Eyed Peas. Also, Nuala hangs out And music legend Tim Finn. (SINGS 'WEATHER WITH YOU') on the Monday edition of Sunrise. He's performing two of his classics # Reach up for the sunrise... # Kochie and Nat. VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central, Hello and thanks for joining us. lovers this morning Tim Finn is our treat for music after 7:00. and you'll see him sing live, Mel's still on holidays to cover news this week. so Ann Sanders is in Welcome back, Ann.

It's great to be here. Plenty of news around today. The big the within to the Melbourne Storm. news around today. The big news is Beretts has all the highlights. Melbourne has established itself Good morning.

of the decade, as the dominant NRL team Grand Final at ANZ Stadium. downing a Parramatta in a thrilling comeback to prevail 23-16 The Storm held off a second half in three years. and claim their second premiership a rugby league heartland Melbourne may not be but try telling that to celebrate another premiership to the fans who came out in force of the decade. for the NRL's dominant club a mixture of elation and relief The fulltime siren provided for a side expected to win. We had confidence in each other know, a one in three sort of result. but we didn't want to have, you it wasn't going to be their day The Eels may have had an inkling at the ground with two left boots. when superstar Jarryd Hayne arrived He would have needed jet boots of stopping the opening try. to be any chance and he's gone all the way! COMMENTATOR: Hoffman's got the ball Moimoi tried to spark the Eels. Down 10-0 at the break, Fuifui Brett White. Oh! Moimoi has really hit six minutes later, And when Billy Slater crossed the Storm had one hand on the title. to roll over and found a reply. The Eels weren't prepared Time was running out for Parramatta pumping. but Moimoi kept those big legs Grand Final tries! Oh! This might be one of the great to within a converted try It was and it got the Eels Melbourne clear. before Inglis kicked They're jumping for joy, Melbourne! premiership in three seasons And with good reason - a second the greatest sides of all time. confirming the Storm as one of the Clive Churchill Medal. Fullback Billy Slater was awarded for life in hospital A female constable is fighting in central Sydney. after being run down by a car white station wagon on Oxford Street The officer was struck by a early this morning. to St Vincent's Hospital The constable was rushed in a critical condition. where she remains Police are speaking with the driver. remains cordoned off. Part of Oxford Street Rescue teams have reached of west Sumatra some of the more remote parts earthquake, finding more bodies. devastated in last week's Australian search and rescue teams In the capital, Padang, on the job. have spent their first day to look for vital signs of life. They're using fibre optic cameras are quickly fading But hopes of finding more survivors could soon pass 2,000. with fears the death toll are among those killed Five Australians in Samoa. in last week's devastating tsunami Samoan-Australian citizenship A 30-year-old woman with dual is our latest confirmed casualty. death toll will be well over 200. Local authorities fear the total on the Kokoda Track within a week. A second Australian has died Phillip Brunskill 55-year-old Sydney man yesterday afternoon died from a suspected heart attack difficulties. after suffering breathing of 20 Australians He was among a group on tour with Adventure Kokoda. Paul Bradfield died in his sleep Last Sunday, 38-year-old the 96km trek for charity. after attempting closed lower last week. In finance news - Wall Street Should they stay or should they go.

That is the big question today. do you reckon, what will Glenn do

That is the big question today. What

Stevens and the board decide? It's

too early. There is no reason why

Australia needs to go six or 12 months before every other country and lift interest rates. Alan

Mitchell in the Finacial Review is

saying the rate hike will happen

tomorrow and Ross Gittens from

Fairfax and Terri Mack can is

if it doesn't happen in October, it Fairfax and Terri Mack can is saying

will happen in November. So it is a

case of watching it closely in of the decision this week. Apart case of watching it closely in terms from the Reserve Bank board decision, there is economic data to digest over the week. We have

already had the Olivier job index and it

and it shows a rise. That is a

second successive month of gains.

Then we have housing finance figures

out on Wednesday and the all important employment figures out on Thursday. We will probably see the

But it's still under 6% unemployment rate edge up a touch.

But it's still under 6%. We are

expecting to go from 5. expecting to go from 5.8 to 5. expecting to go from 5.8 to 5.9%. expecting to go from 5.8 to 5.9%

It's a public holiday in New South

Wales and the ACT today but stock market is still open. Catch Wales and the ACT today but the

you tomorrow. Tomorrow, on the way up. Are you on tenterhooks? The banks have already put the fixed rates up, have they factored that?

In? But we did tell you months

The time was to lock in quite a few they were going to be doing this. In? But we did tell you months ago

weeks ago. It looks as official rates could go up this week. Although Melbourne Cup week is a certainty. ignited the Storm. Soon on Sunrise, how Greg Inglis of today's weather. But first, a quick check for Brisbane. Mostly fine thunderstorm in Sydney. The chance of a in Canberra, A few showers Melbourne and Hobart. Fine for Adelaide and Perth. Afternoon showers for Darwin. James has the weather in detail when Sunrise continues. Tomorrow on Sunrise - his rescue made international news. Now join us as Scooby and his family are reunited with his saviours to say "thank you". I'm so happy. It's a very special reunion, Sunrise on Tuesday. Good for Scooby, that's nice. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy has heaped praise on star centre Greg Inglis following the Storm's 23-16 Grand Final win over Parramatta. Inglis was responsible for two crucial plays, starting with a brilliant second half try to restore the Storm's 10-point buffer. He also nailed the match-sealing field goal in the dying stages.

forming in the big games. They are invaluable. He got us back on track. Those guys,

Bellamy branded the Eels 'hypocrites' after they said the Storm were a 'grubby' team in the lead-up to the decider. The AFL's trade week gets under way officially today but a deal has already been struck to bring Brisbane midfielder Bradd Dalziell to the West Coast. The former Lions rookie of the year moves west as part of a complicated series of deals that will see Eagles ruckman Mark Seaby move to Sydney and Brent Staker head to the Lions. Brisbane also picks up Swans premiership player Amon Buchanan. Momentum keeps building for Brendan Fevola to stay at Carlton with hundreds of members marching on the club's headquarters to demand he not be traded. Casey Stoner has made an impressive return to the MotoGP circuit, finishing second in this morning's Portuguese Grand Prix. The Ducati rider's missed the last three races because of a mystery illness.

Casey Stoner comes back and looks

delighted to have taken second place. Stoner is back! Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo took out the race from pole position for the second straight year. Red Bull star Sebastian Vettel has kept his Formula One championship hopes alive, leading from start to finish to take out the Japanese Grand Prix. His team-mate Mark Webber finished at the wrong end of the pack with three forced pit stops in the first six laps, condemning him to a 17th place finish. Spainish teenager Jaime Alguersuari was fortunate to escape serious injury after crashing his Toro Rosso at high speed. And Chelsea is back on top of the English Premier League after a 2-0 win over Liverpool. In other results, Arsenal thumped Blackburn while Everton, Stoke West Ham and Fulham all played out draws.

That was some Grand Final last night. The Eels can hold their head

high, to come from where they were early in the season, to nearly

knocking off that team in the Grand Final. Although it's sad this

morning for them. I hate those at the end of the game. So shattered. League was the winner, morning for them. I hate those shots

though, as we always say. Now to James and today's weather. Where are you today? Croc territory. We have travelled 1500 kilometres north. We are in the town of

Adelaide River which sits on the

Adelaide why river. At one time this was the home to 70,000 US and Australian troops after the bombing

of Darwin in 1942. This is where

they set up the military base. It

has one famous resident I would like

to introduce you to. But first a

look at the weather. Sunrise weather brought to you by Claratyne so you can stay one step ahead of allergies and live Claratyne clear. Mostly clear skies across Queensland today. 31 in Cairns. Patchy rain and showers across New South Wales. Bourke will be fine. Chance of an afternoon thunderstorm in Sydney. Snow expected in Thredbo. Sunny in Mildura. Showers for Ballarat and Warnambool. Showers for Melbourne. Mainly fine in Launceston. Mountain snow developing in Hobart. Fine in Adelaide. Possible showers in Port Lincoln. Fine for Ceduna. Clear skies for Coober Pedy, Alice Springs and Katherine. Over to WA. Bunbury should be mainly fine today. A possible thunderstorm in Kalgoorlie. While clear skies are expected over Geraldton, Karratha and Broome. This is the famous resident I talking about. Meet Charlie, the This is the famous resident I was

famous water Buffalo from the

crocodile dine movies, start in 1

and 2 opposite Paul Hogan. This is

the actual water Buffalo. It's about 1,000 kilograms. The horns, 2. 1,000 kilograms. The horns, 2.25

metres wide and he has been living here ever since he passed away. That wasn't that long ago, was it, James, he passed away? We met him when he

was alive? He was born in 1970. The owner of this pub has met him as a live Buffalo. I'm not exactly of the date he passed away. That fact evades me. I will work it out live Buffalo. I'm not exactly sure

and let you know in half an hour. Thank Thank you, see you James. Coming up - proof the Federal Government needs to do more to support solar energy. And then, the search for the Aussies still missing in Indonesia. But after the break - the stars' idol turns 50. We've got the photos from Simon Cowell's big birthday bash when Sunrise continues. The E-File on Sunrise with the all-original Nelson Aspen brought to you by 'New Idea', for all the latest celebrity news and more. Simon Cowell has turned 50 with a bang. The TV mogul and 'American Idol' critic held a star-studded bash to mark the occasion. To find out just who showed up to celebrate, let's go to Nelson Aspen. Nelson, how big was the party?

Did any contestants turn up? A few contestants, former contestants did

turn up. It was almost as big as your 50th, Kochie. If you have $ your 50th, Kochie. If you have $1. your 50th, Kochie. If you have $1.5

million to spend and an ego as big

as his, that is what you get. Is that his? That's his estate outside London. He had three limos tax Ying

back a and forth from London.

Outrageous thing, let's talk about the guest list. Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. Cher I will Cole, Dannii Minogue, chef, Gordon Ramsay. Flying from from land you had Sharon Osborne, David Hasselhoff, Katie Price, peers more dpan, Randy

Jackson, Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Olivia Newton Olivia Newton-John and former contestants like your friend Paul Potts and Shane why ward. This has been in the

been in the works for months. If you had any doubt of whose party you

were attending, they had images of Simon projected on the sealing. They had Michael Angelo photos with his face superimposed. The soup had his

name in it, the waiters had Simon masks on. In the bathrooms there

were video taped greetings from Posh and Becks. What rhythms with merchant banker? Sounds like the

Simon cult. Do you know how much it cost? About US$ cost? About US$1. cost? About US$1.5 million. You what they say about men with big cost? About US$1.5 million. You know egos. No, but we will find out later. It also goes for blokes with

little egos. OK. Some of us. Let's move on out of here. Elton John hasn't given up his adoption hopes? You remember he and his partner

wanted to adopt a baby from the Ukraine but under the laws that for baid homosexuals from adopting, they were in Africa, they saw a child that captured their hearts, that child not available and actually had

family living in Africa. But they are hot on the adoption trail and rumoured to be actively pursuing the right sken air yo. Brangelina have

spent quality time with their in the Middle East? Their twin spent quality time with their twins children. Whenever I hear about Angie's twins, there is usually a picture about her appearing. They

were on one of Ange lean a's UN missions to Jordan. They swung by an

icecream parlour. That picture was taken by the icecream shop owner and he posted it on his Twitter page.

The important thing you need to know is the flavours. Brad and his twin had caramel and Angelina and Kno xhad mango. You are on fire. After the break - this morning's news and today's weather. Then, how the Storm have celebrated their third premiership in just 11 years. And Nuala hangs out with the Black Eyed Peas. Find out what they got up to, later on Sunrise. Nuala may have near. James Tobin.

You can wink at me any time you want. Molly Meldrum. Listen to what

people say and do what you are told. That's what I'm doing. Oh, really? Nelson Aspen in the United States. A job's a job. And Richard Arnold in

the UK. I'm your resident gone on a stick. Only on Sunrise. Just ahead - are being forced overseas. why our solar energy businesses And later - Tim Finn performs the hit song 'Fraction Too Much Friction'. But first here's Ann with the news. Good morning. Melbourne has held off a fast-finishing Parramatta to claim its second NRL premiership in three years. The Storm prevailed 23-16 in an ANZ Stadium epic to bury the painful memory of last year's record Grand Final defeat. The Eels got to within six points in the dying stages with a classic Grand Final try to Fuifui Moimoi. But the Storm held firm, with a field goal to Greg Inglis sealing victory. Tell you the truth I was lucky to hang in there the last 15 minutes. Parramatta had a roll, I don't know, I think we just pulled together. Seeing the other team celebrating and to know you might not ever get to do that, it's gut-wrenching, mate. Billy Slater was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal for man of the match. 82,000 people packed ANZ stadium for the Grand Final match with 22 fans thrown out for unruly behaviour. There were tense scenes outside Parramatta club headquarters after the game. Several fans were refused entry because the club was so full, it couldn't accommodate them. Rescuers in Indonesia are losing hope of finding any more earthquake survivors with fears the death toll from the disaster could soon pass 2,000. In the capital, Padang, Australian search and rescue teams have spent their first day on the job. They're using fibre optic cameras to look for any signs of life. A 30-year-old woman has been confirmed as the fifth Australian to die in the Pacific tsunami. The woman is a dual national who'd been living in Samoa. Recovery teams are continuing to sift through the debris and local authorities fear the death toll could rise above 200. A Sunshine Coast teenager gunning to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe will reach Sydney today. 16-year-old Jessica Watson will arrive just before lunchtime to begin her second attempt at the solo record. Jessica was forced to abandon her bid last month when her yacht collided with a cargo ship. In finance news: Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Aussie MotoGP star Casey Stoner has made an impressive return to the track at this morning's Portuguese Grand Prix. The 2007 world champion finished second behind Jorge Lorenzo in his first race back from a mystery illness. RACE CALLER: Casey Stoner comes back and looks delighted to have taken second place. We're really happy to be second, you know, to come back from this, these problems and silence the critics. Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo took out the race from pole position for the second straight year. Red Bull star Sebastian Vettel has kept his Formula One championship hopes alive with a dominant wire-to-wire victory at the Japanese Grand Prix. Vettel's Aussie team-mate Mark Webber's weekend of frustration continued with three forced pit stops in the first six laps condemning him to a 17th place finish. Spanish teenager Jaime Alguersuari was fortunate to escape serious injury after crashing his Toro Rosso at high speed. Chelsea has charged back to the top of the English Premier League with a dominant 2-0 win over Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. Frenchman Florent Malouda rounded out an impressive performance with a goal in stoppage time. Arsenal turned it on at the Emirates Stadium putting six goals past a hapless Blackburn Rovers. The Gunners trailed twice but smashed home five unanswered goals to score the easiest of victories. One of the most prestigious horse races on the planet, the Arc de Triomphe, has been run and won overnight. Irish 3-year-old See The Stars scored by two lengths to further enhance his reputation as one of the all time greats of the turf. That is one of the magnificent of the year, the Arc de Triomphe. Is that as long as the Melbourne Cup? That is one of the magnificent races

The Melbourne Cup has been running longer. Distance-wise? Melbourne is a longer race, the 3200. You longer. Distance-wise? Melbourne Cup

won't front up. There and they go the other way. That would confuse

them. They go the other way, don't

they? In Australia they go different

ways in different states. So our

horses could cope with that.

Hopefully they will all be alright. Our horses are fairly smart. That's the classic case of a little

knowledge can get you in trouble. I'm impressed you even knew that

much. You think well I will get a point out. I shouldn't have

bothered. James is in the Top with all the weather again today. bothered. James is in the Top End Not only is Adelaide River famous for cane todz and crocs but the mess

famous water buffalo in the world. The one Mick Dundee hypnotised. This

is the final resting place. He sits permanently on the bar. Last weather

I told you I would find out when he

passed away. It was 24 April 2000, after never

after never having gotten over after

being overlooked for Oscars.

Now, guys, we are getting close to Darwin. We have almost completed our

mission from the southern coast of Australia right up to the Top End and froggy is still going strong. I

will tell you what, the stretch Alice Springs up to Adelaide River, will tell you what, the stretch from Alice Springs up to Adelaide River,'s some serious driving conditions. You have got big, long roads. You have got four carriage road trains flying past you on the Stewart Highway. Safety is paramount. It has airbags

everywhere. Knee bags, airbags for

your head, airbags in the front.

It's an extremely safe car. We have

almost made it across the country.

We are in Darwin tomorrow. Knee

bags? For your knees, in case you

need knee protection. There you go. Cricket pads for a car. That's terrific. Thank you, very much. Put

a nanna rug over them. We will see you next half hour. It is

thought of the day. This one is from Karen " you next half hour. It is time for

Karen "If you stand for nothing, then you will fall for anything" then you will fall for anything". That's a good one. That's a classic. Joke of the Day, Ann. I'm ready. Are you really ready, Ann? Yes, yes. A boy boarded a plane in New Orleans with a crate of frozen crabs. A

blonde stewardess promised to look after them. He advised her he was

holding her personally responsible

for them staying frozen. He mentioned in a rather hauty

mentioned in a rather hauty manner he was a lawyer and proceeded to rant about what would happen if she

let them that you out. Needless to say she was annoyed. Shortly before

landing in New York, she used the

intercom to announce to the entire

cabin, would the gentleman who gave me the crabs in New Orleans please raise your hand. Not one hand rose.

Two lessons. Lawyers aren't as smart as they think they are and blondes

aren't as dumb as most of them think they are. You should have saved that

for when Mel is back. You are so mean. The whole theory is blondes

aren't as dumb as some people think. Coming up - the fall-out as comedian David Letterman reveals affairs with his staffers. And later - a cheat's guide to Spring Racing. But after the break, why the Storm was too much for the Eels. We're talking sport, on Sunrise. Talking sport, brought to you by BigPond sport. The Storm have shocked the electric Eels in the rugby league Grand Final. Melbourne took the early lead with two quick tries. And after half-time, their stars struck. First a try to Greg Inglis, then another one to Billy Slater. But Parramatta fought back through an inspirational try by the Tongan Torpedo Fuifui Moimoi. COMMENTATOR: Kingston and Moimoi. He's still going. Oh, this He's still going. Oh, this might be

one of the greatest tries of all time. A few minutes before full-time Inglis kicked a drop-goal to clinch the premiership. Melbourne won 23 points to Parramatta's 16. To wrap up the big game we're joined by Jim Wilson outside the Storm players' hotel. And rugby league legend Shane Webcke. Good morning. Webby, you predicted the Storm would win. That effort in the second half by Parramatta was incredible? That's

one prediction I got right for this

year. That's pretty much it but you come through when it counts.

Exactly. It was a tremendous game of

footy, I thought. The only mistake Parramatta made was xitting the

Cardinal sin of not getting off to a good start against Melbourne. They finished fast, they finished well. A couple of those earlier tries which were quite easy from Melbourne's

point of view, once they scored, I

thought Parramatta were going to

struggle. You knew they were going

to come back, they were not going to

give it every effort. It was one of the classic grand finals. Jimmy, the Storm's stars all stood up last night? They did, Beretts. I'm with Webby, here. This could have easily

been a blow-out. Certainly the Storm

could have been further ahead at half-time. I thought let's home

Parra don't fall over. They have had four tough weeks or a wonderful last

10 weeks. They were 18th after or 15th after Round 18. For them it get

this far, they were terrific. They

were gal anlt. I know there is no prizes forerunner up but I they were terrific, particularly in prizes forerunner up but I thought

the fight back in the second half.

The Storm, you can't go past them.

When the pressure was on, the crucial moments, they lifted. Billy

Slater was terrific. I think at the Slater was terrific. I think the match-up Slater versus Jarryd Hayne. Hayne was flat last night. But Slater, Inglis, Smith leads from the

front. The cream rose to the top.

After 7 o'clock, we will be having a chat to their star halfback, Cooper Cronk, live from outside the hotel.

The standout player for you. Look at

that field last tonight, all the biggest names of the biggest names of the games were there. Who stod

there. Who stod stood out for you?

This won't be from left field for a

lot of people but I thought Nathan Hindmarsh was outstanding. He has knocked over 60 tackles as he

regularly does. He is one of the reasons - if you look at Rugby

League for what it is, we have the superstars, as Jimmy rightly says

with Melbourne, but I watched him closely, I know him well, he was lion hearted. He is one of the

lion hearted. He is one of the great Rugby League players and one of the

great guys in our game. Finally, does it put the Storm as clearly the team of the decade? In 10 years they have won three premierships. That's difficult to draw that conclusion any other way. I would certainly agree with you. To make four grand

finals in a row, although of course

they won two of them, but to make

that in this era where we have the salary cap and all the other pressures that go with trying to keep great sides together, it's monument al and a testament to the

hard work of Craig Bellamy and 9

players who made it happen. They can

enjoy the celebrations and no

they will. Webby, thanks very much. enjoy the celebrations and no doubt

Jim, you are back with Cooper Cronk just after 7. Glad you enjoyed Grand Final. Thanks. Kochie, Nat, just after 7. Glad you enjoyed the back to you. We will have the

results of the footy tipping will go. I wonder how it could have gone. Stay tuned. Most importantly, we

will present the cheque to the winning charity. Shortly - why does the rest of the world take solar energy more seriously than Australia? And later, we'll get some advice on staying younger from an anti-ageing guru. But after the break - Ann checks what's making news. Did his kids play a role in break up of his marriage. Did his kids play a role in the

When we need a car, we call Thrifty - Australia's best-valued car and truck rental. Meet Snow and White who are twin lambs. The photo was sent in by Evelyn from Nowra. And they're being held by her twin sisters. She thinks twins are extra lucky. And they must be because Snow and White are our pets of the day. We're now sending you a $250 Petstock gift voucher. To see how you can spend it, and for more great offers from Catalogue Central, just head to our website. Keep sending them. What's got people talking, Ann? The rugby league Grand Final is big news and it's a tale of two cities. Melbourne's 'Herald Sun' calls it "A Perfect Storm". league's heartland cements Victoria The paper says the victory in rugby as the nation's sporting capital. What do you reckon about that,

this. Beretts We won't hear the end of

finds a positive for the Eels - While Sydney's 'Daily Telegraph' their surge in the second half. the NRL Grand Final after 7:00. We'll have more on from wife Chris Evert Greg Norman's split this morning. is still big news around the world claims The Shark's former mother-in-law just didn't get on with Evert. his children from his first marriage the tennis champ cold. Apparently they found Laura Andrassy, Greg Norman and his first wife, and Greg, 23. had two kids, Morgan, 26 and Chris Evert And the tension between the two apparently contributed 15-month marriage. to the demise of Norman and Evert's to most people, hasn't it? But really, this has come as a shock

They were only married for 15

months. Questions being asked, how

influential are kids in marriages, especially second time around. You think they would have known what wos going on. Mind you, this is coming from the former mother-in-law. She

of areas. Mind you, ladies might be slightly biased in a couple

to over the weekend are saying of areas. Mind you, ladies I spoke

Shark, serves you right. The grass

side. No, I can understand that, isn't always greener on the other

too. Laura, his ex-wife was quick out of the blocks to have a comment. One lady said to me " One lady said to me "Greg Norman,

you never think with your putter."

She said that, did she? Don't follow you never think with your putter." your putter. I know you were Kochie, a couple of weeks back, by Aussie Rules stars you were a bit miffed before the Brownlow Medal. having some manscaping done some research The people at Braun have released are manscaping. suggesting more and more men manscape. 63% of blokes aged 18 to 35 towards manscaping have changed Nearly 80% of men think attitudes over the past decade. their mates find out they manscape. One in two males aren't worried if

and shaving apparently works. And all that trimming, plucking a smooth chest. Three in four women prefer topped the poll. David Beckham's hairless torso

top the poll. Hair or no hair, I reckon that would

So, men, do you manscape? with the findings. And ladies, do you agree Email or SMS us.

What do you do around the negligenter regions. I skipped across that.

your 63% across that. The most common part of negligenter regions. I skipped

your 63%. That's a surprise. your 63%. That's a surprise. across that. The most common part of your 63%. That's a surprise. This is across that. The most common part of the thing they are promoting. This

is it. See what happens - well, I presume this is the bit you do your

face with. It's like a weapon of

torture. Then you can bring it down

and then you... Can I throw you

another theory. But that's the trimmer and it vibrates. I don't think that's for your face, that razor blade. I think this is maybe

your first cut and could be your second cut. No. I'm throwing it there. That's really dangerous. second cut. No. I'm throwing it out could you do that? You have got to there. That's really dangerous. How

do it lightly. You would have to

make sure it's done properly.

Medical supervision or a first-aid kit or something. I can

if you have got a hairy back or kit or something. I can understand

something like that. But... In the

happened on the weekend. operations area? Something else

else happened on the weekend, happened on the weekend. Something everybody, you will be pleased to

for the telethon. know. This lot here went to Perth

just under $6.5 million. And the final tally is to everyone involved. So congratulations What did you get up to, you lot?

This is the opening number. Were you picking grass? Were you playing? Look at Kylie Gillies. And Carmelo. See, they could dance and sing. We were in the back, did you notice? We

were in the brass section. A great spirit in WA. The whole community gets behind Telethon. It's a wonderful result. 42nd year,

to go. It was wonderful. Telethon, magnificent. We were proud

Congratulations to everyone in the West for raising that amount of

money. You have still got the same jacket on, Nat. You can give a repeat performance this morning?

should be careful, you will hurt repeat performance this morning? You yourself. Leave that alone. news and weather After the break - this morning's on the Australians including the latest missing in the quake zone. of our natural assets. Then, cashing in on one to embrace solar engery? Could we do more their third Grand Final win. And, the Storm celebrate You can rejoice! COMMENTATOR: Melbourne! That's next on Sunrise.

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Billy Slater, not to be denied! They are jumping for joy, Melbourne. They have won the title. for Parramatta, The Storm prove too strong victory. claiming their third Grand Final join us live with the highlights In 10 minutes, our footy experts and the celebrations. Then - selling out on solar.

Why isn't Australia taking advantage natural assets? of one of its greatest with the Black Eyed Peas Also, Nuala hangs out continues. as the Monday edition of Sunrise Also ahead - 'Fraction Too Much Friction'. Tim Finn performs the hit song the big story of the morning - But right now, Beretts has in the rugby league Grand Final. Melbourne's win Good morning. the dominant NRL team of the decade, Melbourne has established itself as Grand Final at ANZ Stadium. downing a Parramatta in a thrilling comeback to prevail 23-16 The Storm held off a second half in three years. and claim their second premiership a rugby league heartland Melbourne may not be but try telling that to celebrate another premiership to the fans who came out in force of the decade. for the NRL's dominant club a mixture of elation and relief The fulltime siren provided for a side expected to win. We had confidence in each other but we didn't want to have, you know, a one in three sort of result. The Eels may have had an inkling it wasn't going to be their day when superstar Jarryd Hayne arrived at the ground with two left boots. He would have needed jet boots to be any chance of stopping the opening try. COMMENTATOR: Hoffman's got the ball and he's gone all the way! Down 10-0 at the break, Fuifui Moimoi tried to spark the Eels. Oh! Moimoi has really hit Brett White. And when Billy Slater crossed six minutes later, the Storm had one hand on the title. The Eels weren't prepared to roll over and found a reply. Time was running out for Parramatta but Moimoi kept those big legs pumping. Oh! This might be one of the great Grand Final tries! It was and it got the Eels to within a converted try before Inglis kicked Melbourne clear. They're jumping for joy, Melbourne! And with good reason - a second premiership in three seasons confirming the Storm as one of the greatest sides of all time. Fullback Billy Slater was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal.

The biggest crowd since 2001.

The biggest crowd since 2001. Now with the rest of the day's news, here's Ann. A female constable is fighting for life in hospital after being run down by a car in central Sydney. The officer was struck by a white station wagon on Oxford Street early this morning. The constable was rushed to St Vincent's Hospital where she remains in a critical condition. Police are speaking with the driver. Part of Oxford Street remains cordoned off. Resecuers in Indonesia are losing hope of finding any more earthquake survivors with fears the death toll from the disaster could soon pass 2,000. Andrew Greene joins me from Canberra. Andrew, how many Australians are still unaccounted for? Ann, in the past few minutes I have

spoken to foreign affairs. They have downgraded the number of Australians unaccounted for in the earthquake

zone. They are now saying 17

Australians are missing in that area. These are Australians to be in the earthquake region. area. These are Australians thought Foreign affairs, Foreign affairs, of course, have been downgrading that number steadily over the last few days in the original few moments after this steadily over the last few days in

disaster, as hundreds of Australians

were thought to be unaccounted for.

It's now down to 17. On a bright note, foreign Affairs is this stage no Australians are listed among the killed or injured note, foreign Affairs is saying at

following that awful devastation in Indonesia. How are the Australian

search and rescue teams helping? They are working very closely with their international colleagues, aid agencies, et cetera, all across this

devastated region. What they are doing now is using fibre optic cameras to look for vital signs of

life. It has to be said that hopes of financeding survivors are cameras to look for vital signs of

gradually fading every moment after this earthquake. So, the chances of

finding more survivors are growing slimmer by the day. Local

authorities in Indonesia are

authorities in Indonesia are saying they will keep up the search

they will keep up the search and rescue effort for the next 10 days.

Ann. Thanks, very much, Andrew. A 30-year-old woman has been confirmed as the fifth Australian to die in the Pacific tsunami. The Department of Foreign Affairs says the woman is a dual national who'd been living in Samoa. Recovery teams are continuing to sift through the debris and local authorities fear the death toll could rise above 200. An earthquake shook part of the Philippines overnight but there's been little damage and no tsunami warning. The magnitude six quake struck deep below the seabed off the southern Philippines. It was caused by different tectonic plates to those that triggered the Indonesian earthquake. Former AFL star Wayne Carey has denied reports he was thrown out of the US because of his run-ins with the law. Carey flew into Los Angeles for a 5-day holiday but didn't make it out of the airport. He was questioned by immigration officials and sent home on the next plane. The case is I filled the forms out incorrectly, I was in the States two months ago, filled the forms out the same way and got into the States. I did the same this time and they said "No". Carey was put on probation over a scuffle with police officers He was also convicted for assaulting police at his Port Melbourne apartment. Radio shock jocks Kyle and Jackie O are more hated than Austrian rapist Josef Fritzl. Sandilands topped 'Zoo Weekly's annual "we hate" list followed by co-host Jackie O. Fritzl came in third. Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull took the fourth spot. The list also includes US rapper Kanye West and lost bushwalker Jamie Neale. The man reponsible for naming the Vegemite iSnack, Dean Robbins, rounded out the top 50. In finance news: Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy has heaped praise on star centre Greg Inglis following the Storm's 23-16 Grand Final win over Parramatta. Inglis was responsible for two crucial plays, starting with a brilliant second half try to restore the Storm's 10-point buffer. He also nailed the match-sealing field goal in the dying stages. He got us back on track. Those guys come up with those plays for us in the big games. They're just that invaluable. Bellamy branded the Eels 'hypocrites' after they said the Storm were a 'grubby' team in the lead-up to the decider. The AFL's trade week gets under way officially today but a deal has already been struck to bring Brisbane midfielder Bradd Dalziell to the West Coast. The former Lions rookie of the year moves west as part of a complicated series of deals that will see Eagles ruckman Mark Seaby move to Sydney and Brent Staker head to the Lions. Brisbane also picks up Swans premiership player Amon Buchanan. Momentum keeps building for Brendan Fevola to stay at Carlton with hundreds of members marching on the club's headquarters to demand he not be traded. Aussie MotoGP star Casey Stoner has made an impressive return from an illness-enforced layoff, finishing second in this morning's Portuguese Grand Prix. Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo took out the race from pole position for the second straight year. Red Bull star Sebastian Vettel has kept his Formula One championship hopes alive, leading from start to finish to take out the Japanese Grand Prix. His team-mate Mark Webber finished at the wrong end of the pack with three forced pit stops in the first six laps condemning him to a 17th place finish. Soon on Sunrise - why isn't Australia doing more to support the solar industry? But first let's check in with James. Good morning, Beretts. Up here at

around about this time of year, it

starts to get very hot. They call it

the mango season. People start to go drop owe. You can start to see green mangoes falling on to the road.

There is one way to deal with the

heat. I will tell you about that in a moment: Sunrise weather brought to you by Claratyne so you can stay one step ahead of allergies and live Claratyne clear. Mostly clear skies across Queensland today. Patchy rain and showers across New South Wales. Bourke will be fine. Chance of an afternoon thunderstorm in Sydney. Snow expected in Thredbo. Sunny in Mildura. Showers for Ballarat and Warnambool. Showers for Melbourne. Mainly fine in Launceston. Mountain snow developing in Hobart. Fine in Adelaide. Possible showers in Port Lincoln. Fine for Ceduna. Clear skies for Coober Pedy, Over to WA. Bunbury should be mainly fine today. A possible thunderstorm in Kalgoorlie. While clear skies are expected over Geraldton, Karratha and Broome. It's 24. It's 24.9 degrees currently right

here in the Adelaide River. Expecting a top of 34. Around the nation, Kochie, some people deal

with the heat with one of those. But here in the Top End, that's not it. This is a big NT stubby. I think this is the reason why you cannot get away with saying " get away with saying "I've only had one, officer" up here in Northern Territory. Catch you at the one, officer" up here in the bottom of the hour. Melbourne is celebrating Grand Final glory this morning after winning the rugby league premiership. The Storm dominated for most of the game after scoring two early tries. Parramatta fought back valiantly in the second half. But when it counted, the Storm's stars delivered. COMMENTATOR: Billy Slater - not to be denied! A drop goal by Inglis before full-time put the game out of reach. Melbourne won 23 points to Parramatta's 16. We're joined now by Jim Wilson outside the Storm players' hotel and Parramatta legend Peter Wynn. Good morning. Jim, the Storm players must have celebrated late into the night. Has there been any sign of them this morning? No sign, Kochie, until about the last 30 seconds and I think one of

the stars of last night, unlucky in some respects, not to win

Churchill Medal, but he was a star, some respects, not to win the Clive

Cooper Cronk is on Sunrise. What an

effort, the monk after winning

Grand Final. What a win. How was the effort, the monk after winning the

party, Corey just asked? The party

is still going. It as an enjoyable experience. Shared with lot of friends and family and should kick

on for a couple of days. Two

premierships in two seasons. You have been dominant for the last few years. Obviously after the disappointment of last year, the

record loss against Manly, does that make up for the disappointment? Into

make up for the disappointment? Not

too much but does erase some of the

Demons. What has happened in the last four or five years has made a

huge respect on how hard it is to get there and how to finish with a big smile on your face. How much

does this do for the game in

Melbourne, it is an AFL heartland. You have got a good support base

down there. You have been the most successful club down there. Will

this make it easier for this make it easier for selling the

game? The Rugby League has been spread. But the 20s were successful. The culture, the environment that

Craig and John and Glenn from previous years have passed on

through the ages is something to keep. Hopefully we can hold on to a couple of new years. I loved the

moment with Craig Bellamy where you tipped a bucket of ice on him. Who

orchestrated that and who was the star of the celebrations last night and the small hours of this morning?

That was Brett white who got stuck into the Gatorade. A few boys still celebrating quietly, mate. But we will go back and enjoy what we have achieved with achieved with our fans and then go to Melbourne in the next couple of days. A bigger reception back in Melbourne. Once again Cooper joined

us outside a Parramatta hotel twro years ago and done it again. He's a

trooper, isn't he? We really, really appreciate it. Boy, their stars stood up. They are big-game players. But But commiserations, Peter Wynn, to

Parramatta. You have got to be proud of your boys. Boy, the experience is

going to set them up for next year? Kochie, congratulations to Cooper.

The Big Guns stood up, Inglis,

Slater, they all came to the front. They were never headed by the Eels.

Coming back to the game, I thought the Parramatta boys were brave in defeat. I went into both dressing

sheds and the sadness that

after you do lose a big game. sheds and the sadness that exists

Kochie, I have a few tears but I

brought my Melbourne Storm hat to wipe the tears away. That's too big an ask. Parramatta fans would be

narky about the penalty that changed

the momentum of the game when it was

judged that Billy Slater had the

ball stripped by Fuifui Moimoi. That

led up to the field goal to put it beyond doubt? It did, Kochie. It was

a point which the fans will talk

about for a long time. I think the

Eels are so proud of their fans. Such an exciting week, a tremendous build build up. It was a Grand Final which

the NRL needed. They got a great

game. You can reflect on one or two instances in the game. It would have been nice to see the momentum

continue but once the Storm got the ball again, with a superstar like Inglis, he might have chipped over

the top but he decided to chip the field goal. It is a long season. When you get to the Grand Final, you

have made a lot of yards. It seemed

a couple of the young players in

Parramatta may have sort of run out

of steam a bit? Do you reckon that comes with experience that this is a

young team that is going to get better and better? I think the fans are hoping that. It's been a

tremendous year for the Eels. There is nothing like is nothing like playing in a Grand

Final. They have tasted that, they

have been within a breath of winning a grand final. If they put that into their build up, the Parramatta

will be a strong force again. To see where they have come from, that's their build up, the Parramatta Eels

the most exciting thing. It's been

such a buzz as a former player to experience playing in grand finals. Now to see the excitement and anticipation of the fans, it's been sg special. It's been a great week. I can't wait for 2010. Exactly right. You are going to look dangerous. Let's not forget at the

end of the minor premiership you finished 8th, you just squeezed into the Grand Final. To just miss out is a huge achievement. Next year looks incredibly exciting for Parramatta fans. Good to see you, thank you for

your help. Thank you very much. It's been a great year. Don't forget, if

you don't score here, you will never score. Put the plug in for the Peter Wynn store. Well done. Australia is famous for its sunshine. So why aren't we using it to power our cities? Ten years ago, Aussie solar energy pioneer Dr David Mills moved his business to California. But now he's back and he says it's time Australia brought solar energy out of the shadows. Good morning, Dr Mills. Why did you decide to take your business to California in the first place? Well, the environment wasn't very good. We had the former prime minister saying a modern economy couldn't be run out of solar energy. That cascaded down to business confident and whether we were

getting support. We went to

California and found we could get a lot more lot more interest from venture capital there. They were very

welcoming, were they? Very

welcoming. At that time they saw the writing on

writing on the wall, saw that is

going to be big business and went

for it. Tell us, do you know why we

are not embracing solar energy in this country, full of sunshine?

Well, it's more a case of halting steps and whether the steps steps and whether the steps are

right at the particular time. I think in terms of the proposals

are taking to Copenhagen from think in terms of the proposals we Australia, those are probably the

same as what Europe is taking in

terms of how much renaoubl energy we

might put in. It's the execution

locally that is different. I'm

living right now under the Obama regime. That's

regime. That's blows you away. It's

like being in a high wind. They want

things to happen. They give you loan

guarantees, they give you a government grant of 30% government grant of 30%. Lots of little programs, exciting new research programs which they fund. Here, we get Here, we get delay, delay, delay. Is it some kind of national psyche. All

across Europe, right through many

countries in the world, like you say, America, everyone is using the sunshine. Is it government after Government, is it the Australia, what do you think? I think the people of Australia want Government, is it the people of

solar energy. But the governments have a tradition, as someone said,

wiping out the program of the previous government. In this case,

we have a case where the government

put in a program and itself wiped it

out for another program. That leads

to a year of delay. Professor Ross Garnaut, we have heard his report into climate change. He into climate change. He recommended $ into climate change. He recommended $3 billion to $ $3 billion to $4 billion. Our government announced $ government announced $5 billion. Half that have will be spent on

clean coal. Even now we don't want to embrace solar? I think the

natural energy form for natural energy form for the natural energy form for the country. It is much more proven than

It is much more proven than carbon secretary west trace and it got a much bigger market. There is a

much bigger market. There is a buys in the way the way the government is

thinking about energy. We are more

proven and also the resource is much bigger. It should be the natural

energy form for Australia. A

energy form for Australia. A message for everyone. Thank you very much for your time this morning. Thanks, for everyone. Thank you very much Natalie. It seems like an

opportunity lost. He went overseas

and was embraced. Could have been kept here and should be. Absolutely. The attempt to blackmail David Letterman has rocked the entertainment world. He is the popular late night talk show host in America. One of the most surprising elements has been how the TV host chose to deal with it - by making the whole thing, and the claims, public.

The creepy stuff was that I have -

had sex with women who work for me on this show. Now, my response to that is " that is "Yes, I have" that is "Yes, I have". I have had sex with women who sex with women who work on this show. APPLAUSE. And would it be embarrassing if it were made public? Perhaps it would. Perhaps it would. Especially for the women. The

audience thought that was a joke.

For all the latest let's join Nelson. What new details have

emerged? A smart PR move for him to

have said it first before it came out have said it first before it came out in the press. It was easier for his fans to take. The man accused of

the extortion attempt is a news producer for the network, Robert hald man. He is out on bail. He

pleaded follow guilty. Interesting new details, aside from the fact this opens up the entire issue of personal relationships in the

workplace. I don't know where do you meet people if you are a workaholic but the New York Post is workplace. I don't know where else

reporting that in the Ed Sullivan theatre where the Beatles first

debuted in America, that is where the Letterman show broadcast from, David's office is a secluded love necessary complete with sofa bed and kitchen kitchen and secret private entrances and this is where he would have

historiess. One of the staffers with whom he is alleged to have had an

affair was a former assistant of his

who went on to date and live with the producer accused of blackmailing him. So, you know, small little

family of players in this drama.

It's rocking America at the moment. Just for all of us, a lot of people don't know who David Letterman is in It's rocking America at the moment.

Australia, is he married? He is married now. The claims against him

in this, in this extortion attempt were from prior to his marriage. You can say whether or not that makes it any more proper, that he would be dal Ying with sbord Nationals. He is the boss. So it

boss. So it will lead to skeletons coming out of the closets for these women, whether they want their laundry aired in public, but will it

be considered sexual har has meant. Was he in a position of authority where these women felt coerced into

a relationship. That is what I was going to ask. Was there any sense of

that? And any sense that it that? And any sense that it wasn't

consensual? That's it. None of these women have ever made a complaint. There were no sexual harassment

charges against him. They say no network policies were vile network policies were violated. The network President is married to a nous presenter, the girl who hosts our version of big brother and also

hosts their network morning news program is the wife and now new mother of his child of the of the network. Where else do you mother of his child of the President

meet people? You have got to meet them at work. More coming out in the

next few days. Still ahead - how you can look younger and live longer. We'll meet a world expert on anti-ageing. And from what to wear to which horse to back. We're off and racing, with a cheat's guide to the Spring Carnival at 7:50 on Sunrise. told to get in quick.. will interest rates are historically low. predicts they'll remain unchanged.. makes its announcement Peters says it won't stay that way for long.. with a rise expected by the roads.. as we head home from Double demerits are in force.. till midnight. Police are out to target .. speed.. drink and drive.. and travel when tired. less fortunate.. as part of Mental out ways to help.. at information Library.. throughout the week. And we're urged to get to Floriade.. Event Manager Helen Curzon says droves.. despite the bad weather. More at 11.

Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar - Australia's low-fares airline. Now flying to 20 destinations across the country. To book, go to: It's been a tough footy season to pick the winners. But the boys have had the most success this year. After Melbourne's win in the NRL Grand Final last night the boys ended up with 257 points to the girls' 232. Congratulations to the boys. It's

been hard keeping a lid on it. I

know that's not easy for you to say. The real winner is the children's cancer institute. We're joined by their chief executive, Joe Collins. And Michael Sullivan from SportingBet. Good morning. Michael, how much money did we raise this season? The graund total is $ The graund total is $20, The graund total is $20,646. That's

through the rapid multis we are

putting on. It's a wonderful figure,

well done. I'm not sure you

contributed as much as the blokes but there you go. In spirit. It's a

fantastic total. What does that fantastic total. What does that mean at the fantastic total. What does that mean fantastic total. What does that to the children's Cancer to the children's Cancer Institute. It means our It means our research can help more kids. Translation al research costs

a lot of money. This will save four kids' lives. That's wonderful to

hear, it's so specific. We are

really proud to be associated with you. Thank you, Michael, this

season. I would say given the results we have had, I would be cashing this, this this afternoon.

cashing this, this this afternoon. There mightn't be much left tomorrow. A lot more help from all the punters, that would be great.

you have had a win, think about the the punters, that would be great. If children's Cancer Institute. And in 10 minutes Tim Finn is in to perform one of his favourite songs. Plus, we've also got your back-to-basics guide to Spring Racing. But first let's get a news hit. Here's Ann with the 7:30 update.

Good morning. Melbourne has cemented its standing as the NRL team of the decade, downing Parramatta to secure its second premiership in three years. The Storm repelled a second half comeback from the Eels, getting home 23-16 at ANZ Stadium. Melbourne opened what looked to be a match-winning 22-6 lead midway through the second half but the Eels came surging back to draw to within a converted try inside the final 10 minutes. The Storm held their nerve in the face of the Parramatta fightback, sealing victory with a Greg Inglis field goal.

We will go back, enjoy what we have

achieved with our fans and and the entire Melbourne in the next couple of days. Billy Slater was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal for man of the match. Rescuers in Indonesia are losing hope of finding any more earthquake survivors with fears the death toll from the disaster could soon pass 2,000. In the capital, Padang, Australian search and rescue teams have spent their first day on the job. They're using fibre optic cameras to look for any signs of life. A 30-year-old woman has been confirmed as the fifth Australian to die in the Pacific tsunami. The woman is a dual national who'd been living in Samoa. Recovery teams are continuing to sift through the debris and local authorities fear the death toll could rise above 200. A Sunshine Coast teenager gunning to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe will reach Sydney today. 16-year-old Jessica Watson will arrive just before lunchtime to officially begin her second attempt at the solo record. Jessica was forced to abandon her bid last month when her yacht collided with a cargo ship.

Some famous faces were in the front row for designer Vivienne Westwood's latest Paris fashion show. As part of the fashion week, the eccentric British designer sent models down the runway with wild hair and ghostly faces. American R&B singer Rihanna and actor Bruce Willis took in the show that featured a new take on the classic white wedding dress.

In finance news - Wall Street closed lower last week.

Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Aussie MotoGP star Casey Stoner has made an impressive return to the track at this morning's Portuguese Grand Prix. The 2007 world champion finished second behind Jorge Lorenzo

in his first race back from a mystery illness. RACE CALLER: Casey Stoner comes back and looks delighted to have taken second place. We're really happy to be second, you know, to come back from this, these problems and silence the critics. Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo took out the race from pole position for the second straight year. Chelsea has roared back to top spot in the English Premier League

with an impressive 2-0 win over title rivals Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. Arsenal put on a show in front of their home fans at the Emirates Stadium, belting Blackburn 6-2. Red Bull star Sebastian Vettel has kept his Formula One championship hopes alive with a dominant start-to-finish victory at the Japanese Grand Prix. Vettel's Aussie team-mate Mark Webber's weekend of frustration continued with three forced pit stops in the first six laps condemning him to a 17th place finish. Thanks to Michael Robinson who has acted as our Sunrise reporter on the spot. AAMI Stadium was the home of the SANFL premiership. But Trent good rum won the

good rum won the Jack Oakleigh medal. He is Delta's brother and

Delta was there on the day to see him in action. A good player: Well done. Adelaide.

done. Adelaide.? I wonder if Port

Adelaide have him in his sights. Now to today's weather. Croc territory

this morning in the town of this morning in the town of Adelaide River which sits on the Adelaide River. It's a fresh water river but

full of salt water crocs that prefer swimming in salt water. Another fact is swimming in salt water. Another fact is never smile at a crocodile.

Guys, if you want to see crocodiles,

this is the place to come. this is the place to come. They reckon in the Northern Territory,

there are 85,000 crocodiles. In the Adelaide River, 2,

Adelaide River, 2,500 croc dpaouls I loan. The guide said if you are going going to swim over the river, leave

your wallet with me. It was in May, they had someone taken. Someone was

also taken in April. Crocs in this area can be five, six metres long.

There is such a fascination around this part of the world with Crocs, they say that the Northern Territory news, the newspaper up here, sales increased by 20% if they have a

crocodile on the front cover. This morning they haven't disappointed. There is the NT news " There is the NT news "Cops There is the NT news "Cops forced to

jail 2m croc" jail 2m croc". " jail 2m croc". "Police said they found it La Toya organise near a fence trying to look innocent" imagine it trying to look

imagine it trying to look innocent? Imagine trying to hand tough it? They have hand-cuffed it. It is amazing. They have tied its hands behind its back. Only in the

Territory. I wonder how a croc

Territory. I wonder how a croc looks when it is guilty? It's in the

smile. See you in half an hour, guys. Just ahead - what you need to know before picking a horse at the Melbourne Cup. And later, we'll get some advice on staying young from an anti-ageing guru. But after the break - music legend Tim Finn performs live. You're watching Sunrise on Seven.

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Tim Finn has released some classic songs over the past 34 years. We don't know how, but somehow he's whittled our favourites down to just two CDs for his 'North, South, East, West' anthology. To celebrate the release, Tim is hitting the road in November for a national tour. And he's here now to perform a hit from 1983. This is 'Fraction Too Much Friction'. (SINGS) # There's a fraction too much friction # There's a fraction too much friction # Take a typical man put him # With a typical woman then # Sit back and watch everything slide

# It's a perfectrly natural # Expression of ill will but # When will hostilities subside # There's a fraction too much friction

# Don't believe in opposing factions # What we need is some positive action # There's a fraction too much friction # It's a very old problem that # Goes back to the dark ages # The wages of original sin

# Let's make it a better world # Let's shake it up boys and girls # It's never too late to begin too much friction

# Man and woman need each other # Should be like sister and brother

too much friction

# Looking for the man who will love his woman # Looking for the woman who