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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. Confessions of a sporting legend - and quits golf. Tiger admits cheating National booze bust. Alright, alright! Get in.

Saturday night in lockdown. And it's raining cash. The ultimate Christmas giveaway. secrets revealed online. Also this morning, in another country I plan on breaking up a couple

One on one - for my own personal gain.

on why she's so not Hollywood. Hollywood veteran Susan Sarandon Then later - (SINGS) # You got to let me be # Let me be me... # Jessica Mauboy performs live the 13th of December, 2009. this Sunday, # Reach up for the sunrise to the big sky... # # Put your hands in VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central, and Samantha Armytage. Andrew O'Keefe # Reach up for the sunrise # Put your hands in to the big sky Good morning. Thanks for joining us. Test

Can you believe it is Sunday

already? Again, again. It seems we

were talking about missing baubles

only yesterday. I got a treat for

you today. I can't tell you. You

have to wait until later on. The

director James Cameron. from 'Terminator' and 'Titanic' 'Avatar' is the latest masterpiece in fact. the most expensive of all time, From a big heart to a big movie - a hip. partner. You wouldn't want to break partner. You wouldn't want You would be cautious being her Now she has won Spain's Got Talent she wanted something to do at night. after her husband died just because after her amazing. She only took up salsa She is fantastic. Strewth! That's around the world. You can see why she's made headlines 'Spain's Got Talent'. and she's just won She's 75 you're never too old. She's living proof Also today, meet the salsa granny. bauble fans. Keep watching.

this morning. We'll go behind the scenes with Jessica Rowe. But let's begin with the latest news Good morning. in Copenhagen A mass climate change rally

has turned violent overnight caught smashing windows with hundreds of demonstrators and throwing bricks. The riot squad made some arrests into police vans. before bundling the protesters in the march through the city. About 30,000 people took part across the world Similar protests have been held walking against warming yesterday. with tens of thousands in Australia

doesn't go far enough They say a draft climate treaty to cut greenhouse gas emissions with only rich countries required by at least 25% in 10 years.

have made more arrests Police across the country on alcohol-fuelled violence. as part of the weekend crackdown Code named Operation Unite, in Brisbane last night, police were out in force arresting drunken troublemakers. to patrol inner-city streets In Sydney, police used sniffer dogs and raided several nightclubs. of dealing with drunks. They say they're sick

Simply add alcohol, instant idiot. Ambulance crews were also kept busy. unconscious at a bus stop. One Brisbane woman was found embarrassing off-field incident The NRL is dealing with yet another this morning was caught urinating in public. after Cronulla star Paul Gallen

in Sydney's CBD. during Friday night's police blitz in an incident, the backrower's involvement The Sharks club confirmed

star has found himself in hot water. It's not the first time the test earlier this year He quit the Cronulla captaincy

after making racial comments Mickey Paya. to St George Illawarra forward

this morning The golfing world is still in shock an indefinite break from the sport at Tiger Woods's decision to take as he tries to save his marriage. says Reformed golfing bad-boy John Daly to the course soon. he hopes Woods makes a return Golf needs him more than... They always say

than the game itself that there's nobody better than golf there is and its him. but right now in these times, with the truth, Daly says Woods should have come out of his affairs broke. as soon as news last night The stars turned out in Melbourne

party - the AFI Awards. for the film industry's biggest won this year's top prize. A tale of teenage love For the stars 'Samson and Delilah', community to Melbourne. it's a long way from a remote desert Feeling a bit giddy. took home Best Director, Warwick Thornton and Best Original Screenplay. Best Film the best actor prize for 'Balibo' Anthony LaPaglia picked up

by the Indonesian Government. the film that's banned I appreciate it very much. Thank you very much. Best Adapted Screenplay 'Balibo' also won for Oscar Isaac. and Best Supporting Actor international star Frances O'Connor Best Actress went to for the film 'Blessed'. culture, Doing a film that is your own a little more - there's just something it just feels really real. I don't know,

on who won best dressed. And the jury's still out and small But the stars of the big screen

to work the cameras. showed they sure know how Governor-General Quentin Bryce new superliner has officially named P&O's 'Pacific Jewel'.

on Sydney Harbour last night. Hundreds attended the ceremony I name this ship 'Pacific Jewel'. and all who sail in her. May God bless her (HORN WAILS) an acrobatic display The formalities were followed by and some fireworks. luxury superliners 'Pacific Jewel' was one of three this week. to arrive in Sydney Harbour Here's Mark Beretta. Sport is next on Weekend Sunrise. will clash today at Coolum Australian golf's big guns

to decide the PGA Championship. in an 18-hole shootout and Michael Sim Adam Scott, Geoff Ogilvy Robert Allenby are all stalking leader who's at 9 under. in attendance, With girlfriend Ana Ivanovic in his first five holes Scott nailed three birdies to vault into contention. The round of the day belonged to Sim who carded a sizzling 6-under 65.

COMMENTATOR: Michael Sim gets on a tear and he just keeps ongoing. A

fantastic iron shot. But Allenby is the man they all have to catch after an impressive 5-under 66. The Australian side will train at the WACA this morning ahead of the third and final Test against the West Indies starting Wednesday. All-rounder Marcus North

was forced to defend his Western Australia team-mate Mike Hussey yesterday after Shane Warne called for the veteran to be axed.

He is hitting the ball as well as anyone in the Australian batting

line-up and hopefully this week -

once he gets in and starts it it

will come his way. Key spinner Sulieman Benn has recovered from a knee problem for the Windies.

Twin tons from from young guns Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith

has New South Wales is in a strong position in their Sheffield Shield match against Queensland at the Gabba. The Blues declared at 5/451 in their first innings and had the Bulls 6/269 at stumps. At the MCG, Victoria needs a further 366 runs today

to secure an unlikely outright victory over South Australia. Melbourne has maintained its 3-point break at the top

of the A-League ladder downing Central Coast 3-0 in Gosford overnight. In other results, Adelaide upset Brisbane and Sydney edged out Wellington. With Socceroos coach Pim Verbeek looking on, Victory striker Archie Thompson showed he's more than just a goalscorer, helping to set up two second-half goals.

COMMENTATOR: The cutback, the shot, gold

gold Melbourne victory. Carlos Hernandez. At Suncorp Stadium, a sharp header from Fabian Barbiero delivered last-placed Adelaide a crucial 1-0 win over Brisbane. Premier League leaders Chelsea have been held to a draw by Everton this morning but second-placed Manchester United couldn't cash in, going down to Aston Villa. Elsewhere, Wolverhampton and Birmingham had wins while the remaining games were drawn. One of the leading hopes in this year's Rolex Sydney-Hobart

is now in a race against time to make it to the start line

on Boxing Day. Grant Wharington's supermaxi 'Etihad Stadium' formerly 'Wild Thing' dismasted on its way to Sydney and the only available replacement is located in the south of France. Wharington, who won the Rolex Sydney-Hobart in 2003 with 'Skandia' is hoping to have the boat back on the water next week. The

The replacement they chase is a 45

carbon metre mast. That is the

problem with imported vehicles. It

is hard to get parts. They

dismasted? It cracked? Yes, 10

metres up and it is gone. It is a

big drama. The one they can get

belongs to Neville. Neville said you

can have the mast but it is in the

garage in France. How do you get a

45 metre mast to Australia. It is

not carry-on. They are going to dash

over and chop it in half and fly it

over on the plane and put it

together and put it on the boat in 13 days.

13 days. What if he needs his mast

back? There you go. It will be a

very interesting Sydney-Hobart this

year. Time for

year. Time for weather. It is good

morning to James Tobin who is on at

Dreamworld on the Gold Coast this

Sunday. Institute Time for some

clowning around this morning. You

clown! Happy sunrise. Good morning.

It is going to be a great day.

Plenty of fun here at Dreamworld.

Been here 1981. You have been here

since 1992. Devoted my whole life to

being an idiot. It doesn't work!

Like that. Like that. It's my

finger. Got you! He is scary. You're

worried about what I am going to do

next. Andrew says you look like

Janet Jackson. I think I look like

Kochie. He stole my look on

television There is so much to do

here at Dreamworld. From white

knuckle thrill rides to the more

laid back stuff for kids. Have you

got a favourite? A favourite ride?

Yes. I like the scary one the

merry-go-round. It's got horses on

it. I feel about clowns like he does

about horses. I am fleecking - I am

freaking out. What is special for

the school holidays? I

the school holidays? I got four

words for you - MTV. Is that four

words? Almost, almost. We got a live

shot. MTV are going to be

shot. MTV are going to be - they are

plugging into Dreamworld.

Nickelodeon is here and you can get

slimed any day of the week plus all

of the usual Dreamworld stuff and we

will explore all morning. First

let's look at the weather. On the regional fly-around - a sunny day ahead in Mackay. A possible shower or storm expected in Mount Isa. Mostly fine in Brisbane. Fine, sunny and 36 in Bourke.

Mostly fine in Coffs Harbour.

Tops in the mid 30s for Tamworth and Dubbo. A fine day ahead for Orange. Some increasing cloud in Sydney. A sunny day ahead for Canberra. Some morning showers in Ballarat. Warrnambool can also expect some light rain today.

Increasing cloud in Bendigo. Launceston should see sunny skies today. Fine and mostly sunny in Adelaide with a top of 24. Similar conditions for Port Lincoln. An afternoon storm in Katherine. Easing rain and a top of 30 for Darwin. In to WA, and fine weather for most of the State today. Very warm also in Kalgoorlie. And the hot weather is sticking around with tops of 37 in Geraldton, Karratha and Broome.

I am pretty pumped about a day at

Dreamworld. 89 guys said I could

bring a friend or two. Come on,

guys! I will see you in half an

hour. He makes friends easily. Just

watch that clown, JT. We might want

to subject the clown to a

breathalyser. The clown has been up

all night. That was Crusty the Clown

in real life if I ever seen it. Coming up, could Kyle Sandilands be returning to 'Australian Idol'? But next, Tiger admits he's a cheater. The confession and the resignation from golf when we come back. The Tiger Woods saga has taken a dramatic turn this weekend. He's effectively quit the sport that made him a legend and finally confessed all. In a statement posted on his website, Reporter Rahni Sadler is in the US. Good morning, Rahni.

Why has Tiger confessed now?

Was it is the - was it the mounting

numbers Yes, and the desperate hope

that it may stop the media hunting

high and low trying to find other

women. He wants to put his hand up

and say "

and say "OK, alright, I was a bad man. and say "OK, alright, I was a bad

man." It started 17 days ago and it

has been a media bungle. He came out

with a statement saying there were

transgressions and finally we got in

fidelity. I think he is hoping that

women will stop coming forward and

the media will stop looking for

these will. A lot of people are

questioning how his crack management

team let it get so out of hand and

not do something to nip it in the

bud earlier. There is a level of

arrogance because Tiger Woods has

gotten away with everything and he

has been doing this for a long time

and got away with it for a lock

time. I think after he got in the

car crash he thought it would go

away. He should have had people

smarter than this deal with it. He

is taking an indefinite leave from

golf and what will be the impact

golf and what will be the impact and can we expect him to stay? When he

took off eight took off eight months with his

operation we saw ratings go down.

Nobody related to the sponsors or

anything like this. The people in

the PGA say they wish him the best.

This is more important. Some of the

sponsors are pulling back. Gillette

is pulling back slowly and quietly

and we will see more. Less viewer

ship and less money for golf all together. And

together. And more women are coming

forward and speaking to the media?

Yes, 26-year-old Jamie Jungers -

what kind of name is that - she has

gone on NBC 'Dateline'. What did he

say to you? He said he saw me and

had to meet me and I was gorgeous. I

didn't know where it would lead to.

Next thing I knew I was sleeping

with Tiger Woods. He flew me to

Chicago and flew me to his house in

California. How many times? I would

say at least 10 times. Strewth.

There we go, Rahni. All class.

Thanks for keeping us up to date.

See you soon. See you. Police have staged the second night of a booze blitz across the country. Operation Unite is a nationwide effort to stamp out alcohol-related violence. Over two nights, hundreds have been arrested across Australia and hundreds more issued with fines. New South Wales Police Assistant Commissioner Frank Mennilli is a commander for Operation Unite. He joins us now. Good morning. What can you tell us about last night's blitz?

Good morning, Samantha. Again last

night was a disappointing night for

police. It was a very busy night.

Once again we arrested in excess of

300 offenders. Mainly for a variety

of assault incidents and some people

don't make the right choice. They

choose to misbehave and have no

respect for each other. We had half

a dozen of mid sl eastern males and

the majority of them arrested. We

arrested over 640 offenders. That is

incredible. 300 arrests last night

alone and that is only in New South

Wales. What does that indicate? More

policing or a bigger problem than

originally thought? I think we know

what the problem is S it is a

cultural issue. It is the choice

that people make. Some people choose

to misbehave, some people choose to

drink and drive. We had an excess of

370 people arrested for drink and

drive. How many times do we need to

say it? People have got to start

taking responsibility for their own

actions. Who are the biggest

offenders? It is not just nightclub

brawls, is it? It is a variety

group. Unfortunately we have a lot

of young people involved. A fair bit

of binge drinking. It is more the

age group 15 to 25. They seem to

think they are bullet brief. They

get involved in binge drinking and

taking drugs and becoming extremely

violent and unfortunately the police

have to get involved with these

individuals You are doing a fantastic job. Assistant Commissioner Frank Mennilli, thanks for joining us. To other news now, and it's been revealed

King Kyle may be returning to TV. He

denies the Idol call back but he

will definitely be back to

television in 2010. He was sacked as judge on the popular talent show as that - after that radio scandal. You wonder why they wonder why they sacked him if they were going to bring him back. I

guess it was PR at the time. I suppose. That scandal blew over. We forgive and forget. We do. I think Kyle is one of those in entertainment who consistently manages to do the wrong thing but is not a bad guy. Yeah he can't help tripping over every now and then tripping over every now and then We have all done that. Sam? Never. I

have. You have? I have. Look at my

nose, I am always falling over.

Thank God you are not a rugby league

player caught weeing in the streets.

I love in the news story you

described that rugby league playing

as being in hot water.

Ahead this morning, secrets exposed - the online confessional where nothing is sacred. But next - news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise on the Seven Network.

Weekend Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar Australia's low-fares airline now flying to 20 destinations across the country. To book, go to jetstar.com Ahead this half hour, a new low for reality TV. The show is called 'Jersey Shore'. It's been branded racist, sexist and violent. Judge for yourself. Then later... ..Jessica Mauboy performs live. But right now, let's get a news hit with Jessica Rowe. Good morning. More than 300 people have been arrested in New South Wales as part of the nationwide police blitz on drunken troublemakers. In Sydney, police sniffer dogs were on patrol in Kings Cross and several inner-city nightclubs were raided. Police say they're fed up. How many times do we need to say it? People need to start taking responsibility

for their own actions. In the Valley in Brisbane, several people were taken away in handcuffs. And ambulance crews were kept busy through the night. About 400 people have been arrested in Copenhagen overnight during a mass rally to demand tough action on climate change. Militant groups from northern Europe are accused of provoking the street violence. About 30,000 thousand people took part in the march through the city. About 30,000 people took part in the march through the city. Tens of thousands of others have taken part in similar rallies across the world. Many in Australia don't think the draft climate treaty goes far enough with only rich countries required to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25% in a decade. A dramatic police chase in Melbourne has ended in the death of a man who was allegedly behind the wheel of a stolen car. The Ford was being pursued through Bayswater early this morning when it ran a red light and crashed into a Mitsubishi Lancer. The driver of the alleged stolen car died at the scene, his passenger was critically injured. A 23-year-old woman in the other car was also taken to hospital. Relatives of the Australians killed in the Garuda plane crash say the possibility of the pilot flying again is a huge slap in the face. The pilot has had his 2-year conviction for criminal negligence overturned

despite trying to land at double the safe speed and ignoring 15 automated warnings. He hasn't served any time in jail and effectively, hasn't been punished. Australia's embassy in Indonesia is demanding an explanation. 21 people died, included 5 Australians when the plane crashlanded in Yogyakarta in 2007. The teen love story 'Samson & Delilah' was the big winner at last night's AFI Awards in Melbourne. Director Warwick Thornton won Best Director, Best Film and Best Original Screenplay.

And the two stars shared the Best Young Actor prize. I never expected it to go this far and it's been so great. Anthony LaPaglia won Best Actor for 'Balibo' and Best Actress went to Frances O'Connor for 'Blessed'. And now with sport, here's Beretts. Robert Allenby is at the top of a leaderboard that reads like the who's who of Australian golf heading into the final round of the PGA Championship at Coolum.

The Victorian is at 9 under - one in front of Greg Chalmers and Scott Strange. Australian Open champion Adam Scott is a further shot back at -7, along with defending champion Geoff Ogilvy and Michael Sim who carded a stunning 6-under 65. Mitchell Johnson is convinced a fast and bouncy WACA wicket will suit Australia more than the West Indies

in the third Test starting on Wednesday.

Johnson took career-best figures of 8/61 against South Africa at the WACA last summer. The Australians have identified speedster Kemar Roach as the Windies danger man. Danny Green's dream of another superfight with American Bernard Hopkins is a step closer to reality. The man nicknamed 'The Executioner' has indicated he's prepared to travel to Australia to take on the IBO Cruiserweight champion. Green will be in Vic Darchinyan's corner for his world title defence in California this afternoon and is keen to start negotiations while he's in the US. Melbourne has handed Central Coast its worst loss of the A-League season, thumping the Mariners 3-0 in Gosford overnight. Elsewhere, wins for Adelaide and Sydney. In the Premier League, Everton has come from behind on two separate occasions

to snatch a 3-3 draw with leaders Chelsea. A lucky deflection off the back of Everton striker Louis Saha

sealed Chelsea's fate in the 63rd minute. Fortunately for the Blues, their main title rivals Manchester United suffered a shock 1-0 loss against Aston Villa at Old Trafford.

There you go. Big night of action. Big day on

Big day on the golf. You are spot

on. I can't believe it - I got it

right for sport. See what happens

when you come to the meetings How

beautiful does Coolum look?

Fantastic course. Makes you want to

play golf. Makes me want to buy some

begin. Time for the weather with

begin. Time for the weather with noted clown-a-phobe. What ride have

you got that clown on? You right

there, Goldie? I'm fine. I'm fine.

Hold me, chicken. This is not an

act. Goldie is

act. Goldie is legitimately

terrified of the Claw. The gardens

are not lush because of the weather

but it because they get four or five

spews a day. Multi-coloured goo. Why

are you holding that? To know the

difference. I'm a clown. That is a chicken.

chicken. You don't see chickens with

red noses. Are you doing the ride

with me? Yes, I will be here. Are

you going to come up? Yeah!

Gentleman. Let's have a look at the weather. A developing low will bring rain and storms around the Northern Territory and West Australian border. Cooler conditions and isolated showers are expected on the Victorian and Tasmanian coasts due to a high moving through the Bight. Now, let's take a look at the capital cities and Brisbane will be mostly fine with a top of 30 degrees. Isolated showers should develop tomorrow and Tuesday but clear for the second half of the week. Fine in Sydney today but a late change could see some cloud developing this afternoon. Tomorrow, showers should develop with a cooler top of 22 degrees but the wet weather is expected to clear by Tuesday. Canberra can expect a sunny day today with some cloud developing tomorrow. Another trough is expected later in the week which will bring higher temperatures. A light shower or two in Melbourne today, clearing to fine tomorrow. Temperatures are expected to increase on Tuesday. Hobart should see a few showers today. Fine weather tomorrow, which will continue through to Wednesday before showers redevelop in the afternoon. Fine and mild weather in Adelaide today with a top of 24 degrees.

Hot northerly winds are expected to develop during the next few days, sending temperatures well in to the 30s. Very hot in Perth

as the mercury heads up to 39 degrees. Looking ahead: a humid change is expected on Monday, bringing some cloud which will stick around for most of the week. And in Darwin, warm weather with late showers and storms

from tomorrow onwards. Goldie

Here we go. This is the Claw! It

spins, it rotates, it makes people

throw up. No wonder it was so scared. Goldie has chickened out. Chucky the chicken. Good on you, JT. It makes you nauseous just looking at it. JT stayed on it but Goldie got off. Goldie's off. It would be very hard to do a runner in those shoes. The Claw. Remember Maxwell Smart and the Claw. Hello, Mr Claw. No, the claw. Could you see it was

next to the Pluto stands? It is like

an ironman event. Isn't it an hour

earlier in Brisbane? People are

riding that thing at 6:30 in the

morning. They are JT's friends. I

reckon Goldie may be one of those

people dragged out of the fortitude nightclubs.

nightclubs. Children, don't bea Coming up, the entrepreneur who gives away money to strangers just for the thrill of it.

But after the break, a new low for reality TV. The series they want banned, next.

I'm in from dawn. I'm here till dusk. I'm really listening. I'm on the front foot. I'm a dog with a bone. I'm cutting red tape. I'm up for it. I'm taking over the bank. I'm the 489th bank manager. I'm all for teaching kids about money. VOICEOVER: We're backing over 600 local bank managers so you can deal with someone who's in charge. Westpac. I'd like to say, "I am Westpac," but that's not on there.

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You will find it is a very sage choice. Reality TV may have sunk to a new low. The American series 'Jersey Shore'

is making headlines for all the wrong reasons. It's being branded racist, sexist and violent. Now, decide for yourself. It's the newest reality TV hit. But 'Jersey Shore' is under fire for this shocking moment.

New York gym teacher Brad Ferro hit Nicole Polizzi at a nightclub and it was all caught on camera. It's the latest blunder for MTV's show. 'Jersey Shore' follows a group of buff 20-somethings in a share-house.

I like tanned Italian boys with muscles.

You could hate on me. But what could

you say to someone who looks like

Rambo. The goal is to find the

hottest speedo and take him home. I am the Kim Kardashian of Staten Island. These contestants are competing for the title of hottest guido or guidette. And the Italian-American community is furious.

My ultimate dream is to move to

jersey and find a hot tanned guy. A

guidette is someone who takes care

of themself, has tanned skin and

wears heels. The 'New York Post' labelled it "the host hateful, anti-Italian-American show "ever allowed on legitimate TV". Sponsors are already pulling support for the show. But MTV says, "Our intention was never to stereotype, discriminate or offend". Being a guido and Italian, family's very important to you. I will be there if you need me to be your friend.

Has reality TV gone too far? Max Markson is a celebrity agent. He joins us from New York. In Sydney, social commentator and perpetual blogger Melissa Hoyer. Good morning to you both. Max, we'll start with you. The nightclub assault is being heavily promoted over there. Are you appalled?

This is appalling, isn't it? It is

absolutely disgusting. People are up

in arms over it. The guy who did the

punch got a six months suspended

sentence. He should be in jail. It

is sending the wrong message on

violence. You are involved in the

red bib on campaign. Don't awe grao?

This is a new low for reality TV?

You think we have seen the worst

when we see I'm a Celebrity, Get me

out of Here. This is sending the

wrong message. I was at a breakfast

for the White Ribbon Day and we want

to discourage violence and there is

a show who is supporting hit thg

girl. The terms guido and guidette

is derogatory. What are the

Americans saying? It is the same as

calling someone a wog in Australia.

It is not as bad as

It is not as bad as people think it

is. Italians have done it and

is. Italians have done it and it comes from the sopranos. It is

reality TV, MTV. I think they are on

the third week here and it will

probably rate and because of this it

will rate more. That is reality TV.

What do you want? Don't watch it.

The ratings doubled between the

first and second episode. Obviously

we have become completely immuned to

this crassness. People still live

vicariously through others. You hope

the bean counters at MTV in America think "

think "We are going to keep it

going. think "We are going to keep it

going." You can't condone this

behaviour. If it rates, they will

keep it going. More guidettes lining

up around the block. Yes. It is a

whole new meaning to having an

Italian night. Sitting there with

your pasta and watching someone

getting beat up. And someone

shooting su if you don't like it.

Thank you for joining us.

I like our Max in New York. He is

going to Tucson in Arizona. I wonder

if he will catch up to Jojo. It's being dubbed the best movie ever. In our next hour, join us on the set of 'Avatar'. It's the latest masterpiece from director James Cameron. But after the break, the Anna Nicole Smith case. The final chapter in a sad saga, next.

# When there's always something there to remind me? # VOICEOVER: If you've already bought your ticket on Spirit of Tasmania, don't forget you can take your car from an extra $79 each way. And why not spoil someone special this Christmas so they can experience a trip to remember too? Buy online at spiritoftasmania.com.au or call 13 20 10.

The E-File on Weekend Sunrise with Nelson Aspen.

# E-Files. #

That is the new one. Do you like it?

Happy Hanukkah. I like it. Nelson's in NYC this morning. Hello, Nelson.

You are very golf like today. It is

all Tiger all the time. The Anna Nicole Smith saga has taken another turn this weekend?

Does it ever end? Yes, her former

doctors and former boyfriend have

all pleaded not guilty to drug

conspiracy charges. This

conspiracy charges. This is Dr Sandeep Kapoor, Dr Khristine

Eroshevich and Howard K. Stern. They

are not charged with causing her

death. The judge rejected a move by

the district attorney to have the

doctors medical licences revoked so

those two doctors can still practice

medicine in the meantime. I can't

imagine they have a practice. They

can get together with Michael

Jackson's doctors. B yflt O drip. Moving on, Nelson, and Michael Jackson is still being awarded for his work?

I am telling you. I wouldn't be

surprised if we see his

surprised if we see his name as an

Oscar nomination. The Grammys will

award him a lifetime achievement

award. Other recipients are Loretta

Lynne and Leonard Cohen and Bobby

Darin. It has not been said who will

accept the award on his behalf but

since his brothers are promoting

their reality show, it would be

them. And some exciting sequel news.

It is exciting if you are a fan of

Ghostbusters. Ghostbusters 3 is a

go. Sigourney We'ver has said she

Shaz been sent a script and will

have a small part in it. She is

mulling it over. It will be in 2012.

Everything old is new again at the

moment. So right. The fantastic Mr

Fox. Nostalgia is the new

avant-garde. I am waiting for the

Flintstones. I want them to come

back. Rosie O'Donnell? That is not a

- no, no. See you see

- no, no. See you see soon. Coming up, the end of an era. Tiger Woods quits golf indefinitely and finally confesses to the world he's a cheater. But next, news and sport. And the weather, live from Dreamworld on the Gold Coast. This is Weekend Sunrise.

Confessions of a sporting legend - Tiger admits cheating and quits golf. National booze bust - Alright, alright! Get in. Saturday night in lockdown. And it's raining cash - the ultimate Christmas giveaway. Also this morning, secrets revealed online. I plan on breaking up a couple in another country for my own personal gain.

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Sous '. It's 8:00. Here's the news. Good morning. A mass climate change rally in Copenhagen has turned violent overnight with hundreds of demonstrators caught smashing windows and throwing bricks. The riot squad made some arrests before bundling the protesters into police vans.

About 30,000 people took part in the march through the city. Similar protests have been held across the world with tens of thousands in Australia walking against warming yesterday. They say a draft climate treaty doesn't go far enough with only rich countries required to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25% in 10 years. Police across the country have made more arrests as part of the weekend crackdown on alcohol-fuelled violence. Codenamed Operation Unite, police were out in force in Brisbane last night, arresting drunken troublemakers. In Sydney, police used sniffer dogs to patrol inner-city streets and raided several nightclubs. They say they're sick of dealing with drunks. Simply add alcohol, instant idiot. Ambulance crews were also kept busy - one Brisbane woman was found unconscious at a bus stop. The NRL is dealing with yet another embarrassing off-field incident this morning after Cronulla star Paul Gallen was caught urinating in public. The Sharks club confirmed the back rower's involvement in an incident during Friday night's police blitz in Sydney's CBD. It's not the first time the Test star has found himself in trouble. He quit the Cronulla captaincy earlier this year after making racial comments to St George Illawarra forward Mickey Paea. The golfing world is coming to terms with Tiger Woods' decision to take an indefinite break from the tour as he tries to save his marriage. He's finally admitted to cheating on his wife and has asked fans and family for forgiveness. That might be a tough ask for the golfer who introduced Tiger to his future bride.

I thought this was the guy that

efrlg you - that you want, he is

true, great values and everything

you want in a guy and I was wrong. I

hope he sorts it for himself and

sorts it out for the game of golf too. A 12th woman has come forward claiming she has an affair with Woods. Garuda Airlines is refusing to say if the pilot involved in the 2007 crash that killed five Australians

could get his job back. It follows an Indonesian court decision to overturn the pilot's 2-year conviction for criminal negligence. It's awfully difficult because we seem to be desperately trying to get into bed with Indonesia all the time and terrified of upsetting them.

21 people died when the plane crashlanded at Yogyakarta in 2007. Families of the Australians killed say if the pilot flies again, it would be a huge slap in the face. Governor-General Quentin Bryce has officially named P&O's new superliner 'Pacific Jewel'.

Hundreds attended the ceremony on Sydney Harbour last night. I name this ship 'Pacific Jewel'. May God bless her and all who sail in her. (HORN BLARES) The formalities were followed by an acrobatic display and some fireworks. 'Pacific Jewel' was one of three luxury superliners to arrive in Sydney Harbour this week. And now with sport, here's Mark Beretta. Robert Allenby leads a star-studded field by one shot heading into the final round of the Australian PGA championship at Coolum. Adam Scott, Geoff Ogilvy and Michael Sim are all within striking distance. Australian Masters runner-up Greg Chalmers surrendered the outright lead with a double bogey on the 11th but is still in contention just one shot behind. John Senden is three shots off the pace after a 4-under 67 and is one of 16 players within five shots of the lead. The Australian side will train at the WACA this morning ahead of the third and final Test against the West Indies starting Wednesday. All-rounder Marcus North was forced to defend his Western Australia team-mate Mike Hussey yesterday after Shane Warne called for the veteran to be axed.

He is hitting the ball as well as

anyone in the Australian line-up and

hopefully that big score once he

gets and starts it and three figures

are coming Hussey's way. Key spinner Sulieman Benn has recovered from a knee problem for the Windies. Melbourne has maintained its 3-point break at the top of the A-League ladder, downing Central Coast 3-0 in Gosford overnight. In other results, Adelaide upset Brisbane and Sydney edged out Wellington. With Socceroos coach Pim Verbeek looking on, Victory striker Archie Thompson showed he's more than just a goalscorer, helping to set up second-half goals for Carlos Hernandez and Matthew Kemp. At Suncorp Stadium, a sharp header from Fabian Barbiero delivered last-placed Adelaide a crucial 1-0 win over Brisbane. Reigning Premier League champions Manchester United has suffered a shock loss this morning going down 1-0 to Aston Villa at Old Trafford. The result allowed Chelsea to extend its lead at the top to three points despite being held to a 3-3 draw by Tim Cahill's Everton. One of the leading hopes in this year's Rolex Sydney-Hobart is now in a race against time to make it to the start line on Boxing Day. Grant Wharington's supermaxi 'Etihad Stadium', formerly 'Wild Thing' dismasted on its way to Sydney and the only available replacement is located in the south of France. Wharington, who won the Rolex Sydney-Hobart in 2003 with Skandia,

is hoping to have the boat back on the water next week. Mick Fanning has fired the first shot in his war with good mate Joel Parkinson for the world surfing title. Fanning cruised through his opening heat at the season-ending Pipeline Masters, Parkinson will take on Gavin Gillette later this morning. Local teenager John Florence continues to turn heads, scoring a perfect 10-point ride in his Round 3 heat.

That would be a great place to be.

To see those two mates from the Gold

Coast, Mick Fanning and Parkinson.

It has been some great surfing. Yes,

it has been sick all week. John John

Florence. What a name. James Tobin

is our weather man. You might have

met him before. He is more than a

weather man. He is a dream boat.

Look at the dreamy eyes and the the

dream boats at Dreamworld. How are

you? I am extreme. Goldie is off in

the portaloos. We just did the Claw

and we are going extreme with the

motocross dudes. In just a second I

am getting extreme to the max. But

first the weather. On the regional fly-around - a sunny day ahead in Mackay. A possible shower or storm expected in Mount Isa. Mostly fine in Brisbane. Fine, sunny in Bourke.

Mostly fine in Coffs Harbour. Tops in the mid 30s for Tamworth and Dubbo. A fine day ahead for Orange. Some increasing cloud in Sydney. A sunny day ahead for Canberra. Fine in Wagga Wagga. Some morning showers in Ballarat. Warrnambool can also expect some light rain today. Increasing cloud in Bendigo. A light shower or two in Melbourne. Launceston should see sunny skies today. A few showers in Hobart. Fine and mostly sunny in Adelaide. Similar conditions for Port Lincoln. Coober Pedy and Alice Springs can expect fine weather. An afternoon storm in Katherine. Easing rain for Darwin. In to WA,

A tropical storm may affect the

Kimberley region tomorrow.

and fine weather for most of the State today. Very warm also in Kalgoorlie. And the hot weather is sticking around in Geraldton, Karratha and Broome.

Alright. You ready? Here we go.

Let's get extreme. See you soon,

guys! Aargh! Now it is not just the

clown scaring children - it is our

weather man. This is getting out of

hand. Hold on tight, James. Thank

you, James. That brings back

memories. I spent about an hour on

that ride. Round and round and they

never get tired of it. And you have

to make your way tore the hordes of

people wait something No, just round

again. I hope to get caught up with

sponge Bob square pants. Did you see him? Coming up, it's raining money - this is the ultimate Christmas cash give-away. So who's behind it? And why is he throwing thousands of dollars away? But next, the rise and fall of a sporting legend. The Tiger confession and his departure from golf when we return. is really important. To make your decision less confusing, you can now try Path2Quit. Path2Quit recognises that everybody's quit journey is different.

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ease into quitting, with clinically proven Nicabate PRE-QUIT. Tiger Woods has finally come clean, admitting what the world already knew. In a statement posted on his website, the champion golfer said, Reporter Rahni Sadler is in the US. Good morning, Rahni. A very candid confession?

But it is a daylight and a dollar

short or maybe 17 days late in fact.

We finally got this candid

confession and he finally said the

whole kit and caboodle and finally

said the infidelity word but the

damage has been done. If he made the

confession earlier on then maybe all

these women wouldn't have emerged.

It started off with a denial and

then turned into transgressions and

now infidelity. I think he is hoping

now that people will stop coming

over who is a very bad man who

cheated an awful lot. Maybe he

thinks everybody will say he has

admitted it and let's move on. I

don't think so. As much as everyone

says they are over it they still

want to hear the salacious details

which is sad for Elin. His decision

to renounce golf for the time being

was made in response to Elin? I

think Elin, his wife, could have

anything she want had right now. You

couldn't undergo any more

humiliation and some coming out and

describing in a whole lot of detail

what went on in the bedroom

what went on in the bedroom with Tiger Woods. I think she asked this

to happen because - this is what we

believe because we don't know. To

get her marriage back together.

There are reports that they are

offering her lots and lots of money

but even if she gets a divorce, she

will still get lots and lots of

money. How has the golfing world

reacted to him leaving the golf?

Most is generic that he has to look

after the family. His priorities are

where they need to be and we will

honour his request for privacy. John

Daly says he can have as much time

as he wants and I just hope they can

make it.

make it. My husband Mike and I have

been out to dinner with Tiger and

Elin many times. Maybe it won't

happen as often now. Meanwhile,

there have been damaging statements

from one of his alleged mistresses.

Yes, from Jamie Jungers has told all

on NBC 'Dateline'. Let's hear what she had to say. What did Tiger first say to you when he met you?

He said he saw me from across the way and just had to meet me,

thought I was gorgeous. I had no idea where it would lead to. Next thing I know, I'm sleeping with Tiger Woods.

He flew me to Chicago the first weekend we met, then for one of the PGA tours, and then he flew me to his house in California. How many times? At least 10 times.

Crikey. That is all we have time

for. One piece of good news for

Elin, tiger has won an injunction

against publishing Tiger Woods.

against publishing Tiger Woods. His people say that is not to say that

they exist. Yes, just through the

bushes if someone took them. Police have joined forces across the nation overnight to combat alcohol-fuelled violence.

The second night of Operation Unite saw hundreds of arrests across Australia. The blitz spans all States and Territories and even New Zealand. New South Wales Police Assistant Commissioner Frank Mennilli is a commander for Operation Unite. He joins us now. Good morning. How did last night fare?

Good morning, Samantha. Once again

it was a very busy night for police.

The 300 persons were arrested. The

majority for assault incidents.

There were 150 breaches for licensed

premises. We arrested 640 offenders.

The majority for assault. We The majority for assault. We had

over 50 incidents for resist arrest.

Unfortunately there are awe number

of people who are not prepared to

make the right choices and not

prepared to be accountable for their

reactions. Regard less of the

circumstances. At 1:00 this morning

we had over dozen Middle Eastern

males fighting

males fighting on George Street with

total disregard for those around

them. The majority of them have been

arrested. Overall it is extremely

frustrating to get the message

across to people. We had over 370

persons charged with drink-driving.

We know the road

We know the road toll and many are taking

taking poor choices. If they

continue to make poor choices, we

will continue to arrest them. You

mentioned 300 arrests last night and

that is only in New South Wales.

What does this indicate to police.

Why are people behaving so badly?

They don't have any respect for

themselves or anyone else. I themselves or anyone else. I spoke

to the deputy commissioners across

the country, New South Wales is the

worst performed. No other State had

the results that we had. That is

terrible news for New South Wales.

Would you this morning call this

operation a success? Well, I suppose

it depends on which I way I look at

it. Success in the way

it. Success in the way my police

behaved. They were courageous and

professional in the way they did

their job. It is very disappointing

for the people involved and the

people arrested. We are continuing

to try to get people to make the

right decision and be held

accountable for their actions. This

time of the year, with Christmas

time of the year, with Christmas parties, it will only get worse. It

is time to celebrate and enjoy the

end of the year but what is your

message when alcohol is involved at

this time of the year? I like to say

to people, have a good time, enjoy

the festive season, you don't need

to take drugs and you don't need to

be arrested. I don't want

be arrested. I don't want people to

be a victim or an offender because

they drink too much. You are doing a

fantastic job. Thank you for talking

to us this morning. A climate change rally has turned violent in Copenhagen overnight. Police arrested about 400 protesters. Some were caught throwing bricks and smashing windows. It follows more peaceful protests around Australia yesterday when thousands of people walked against global warming. Dr Keith Suter is our foreign affairs editor. Dr Keith, good morning. Are you surprised by the violence in Copenhagen?

The problem is a good cause often

attracts bad peel and obviously you

got the looney left in trying to up

the ante of the violence. It is

worth emphasising that the majority

of the marches have gone off

peacefully. That is good news. The

summit is turning out to be a tricky

one. We seem to have the US and

China, the two biggest polluters at

loggerheads. You got to remember

that we are only half way through the that we are only half way through

the conference. This is a tile

everyone is busy manoeuvring. My

guess is that everyone is

establishing their positions and

hopefully we will see everyone

moving towards the centre. There is

a lot to be concerned about. The

Chinese said they won't do the

verification of carbon

verification of carbon emissions and

that none of the statistics out of

China can be relied on. The Chinese

want to impose - along with the

Indians, want to impose more than

the other world. This is the

sticking point that you have this

dual scheme whereby the developed

nations will be

nations will be charged a lot more

than developing nations. They are

saying you guys are developed

already. We got to come up to your

level of development before we take

on the restrictions. Also they want

more compensation. The Australian

Government says we will want $

Government says we will want $10

billion and then they say $ billion and then they say $100

billion. That is the total aid. We

are talking about a large sum of

money. It is part of the the

negotiations that they are making

these ambient claims. That

developing nations ought to be cut

slack that seven agrees on. Does

China fall in that group and let off

the hook entirely? You raise a good

question. There is a level of

tension because cheena and the third

world. The thirld world is saying

you are pretty developed and stop

pretending you are not developing.

They will overtake They will overtake the United States

in terms of the total amount of

emissions, if they are not already

doing so. They are the second

largest economy and probably end up

number one. In many respects by

sheer signs they are getting so big.

We got a three-way struggle. You got

the developed western world and

China and the third world countries. It is

It is a real mess for the

negotiations. The heads of Government will arrive in

Copenhagen. It will be embarrassing

if they arrive and they don't have

anything to show for their efforts.

Let's talk in a week. The music industry has the ARIAs, television has the Logies and the film industry has the AFIs.

The awards were held in Melbourne last night. Taking top honours, a love story about two Aboriginal teenagers. Seven's Zoie Jones has our report.

For the stars 'Samson and Delilah', it's a long way from a remote desert community to Melbourne. Feeling a bit giddy. Warwick Thornton took home Best Director, Best Film and Best Original Screenplay. Anthony LaPaglia picked up the best actor prize for 'Balibo' the film that's banned by the Indonesian Government. Thank you very much. I appreciate it very much. 'Balibo' also won Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Oscar Isaac. Best Actress went to international star Frances O'Connor for the film 'Blessed'. Doing a film that is your own culture, there's just something a little more - I don't know, it just feels really real. And the jury's still out on who won best dressed. But the stars of the big screen and small showed they sure know how to work the cameras.

It looks like a fun night. Ahead on Weekend Sunrise, candid confessions - the online phenomenon exposing your darkest, most damaging secrets.

Have you got any dark, damaging

secrets? I don't think so. But after the break, news and sport. And the weather live from the Gold Coast. This is Weekend Sunrise on Seven.

Well, forget the Movie of the Week - this is the Movie of the Year. 'Avatar' is directed by James Cameron and stars Aussie Sam Worthington. In 15 minutes, we'll go behind the scenes. But right now, it's 8:30. Let's get a news hit with Jessica Rowe.

Good morning. It's been a disappointing night for New South Wales police with another 300 people arrested for drunken, violent behaviour on the city's streets. That's on top of the 300 arrested on Friday night

as part of the national crackdown on drinking, crime and violence. Police say they have one simple message for troublemakers. If they continue to make poor choices, we will continue to arrest them. Police in the other capital cities were also on the lookout for trouble last night. In Brisbane, large numbers of people were led away in handcuffs. About 400 people have been arrested in Copenhagen overnight

during a mass rally to demand tough action on climate change. Militant groups from northern Europe are accused of provoking the street violence. About 30,000 people took part in the march through the city. Tens of thousands of others have taken part in similar rallies across the world. Many in Australia don't think the draft climate treaty goes far enough with only rich countries required to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25% in a decade. A dramatic police chase in Melbourne has ended in the death of a man who was allegedly behind the wheel of a stolen car. The Ford was being pursued through Bayswater early this morning when it ran a red light and crashed into a Mitsubishi Lancer. The driver of the alleged stolen car died at the scene. His passenger was critically injured. A 23-year-old woman in the other car was also taken to hospital. Australia could have its first saint within days. Mary MacKillop's second miracle has reportedly been cleared by a team of cardinals and bishops. Sisters of St Joseph believe Pope Benedict could make an announcement before Christmas. It will end years of lobbying for the canonisation of Mary MacKillop who dedicated her life to helping children and the needy.

Her second miracle was she cure aid

woman of lung cancer. That is a good

miracle. That is superb. It has been

a long journey. That is right S Just

10 sore 20 years ago. I guess it

doesn't happen overnight. But it does happen. Robert Allenby is at the top of a leaderboard that reads like the who's who of Australian golf heading into the final round of the PGA Championship at Coolum. The Victorian is at 9 under, one in front of Greg Chalmers and Scott Strange. Australian Open champion Adam Scott is a further shot back at -7 along with defending champion Geoff Ogilvy and Michael Sim who carded a stunning 6-under 65 yesterday. Mitchell Johnson is convinced a fast and bouncy WACA wicket will suit Australia more than the West Indies in the third Test starting on Wednesday. Johnson took career-best figures of 8/61 against South Africa at the WACA last summer. The Australians have identified speedster Kemar Roach

as the Windies danger man. Danny Green's dream of a superfight with American legend Bernard Hopkins is a step closer to reality. The man nicknamed 'The Executioner' has indicated he's prepared to travel to Australia to take on the IBO Cruiserweight champion. Green will be in Vic Darchinyan's corner for his world title defence in California this afternoon and is keen to start negotiations with Hopkins' camp while he's in the US. Melbourne has handed Central Coast its worst loss of the A-League season,

thumping the Mariners 3-0 in Gosford overnight. Elsewhere, wins for Adelaide and Sydney. In the Premier League, Everton has come from behind on two separate occasions to snatch a 3-3 draw with leaders Chelsea. A lucky deflection off the back of Everton striker Louis Saha

sealed Chelsea's fate in the 63rd minute. Fortunately for the Blues, their main title rivals Manchester United suffered a shock 1-0 loss against Aston Villa at Old Trafford. And how's this for some quick thinking from Maynor Figueroa in Wigan's match against Hull. The long-range strike ensured the match ended in a 2-2 draw.

Just a quick one on Danny Green. I

got this great email this morning.

After he defeated Roy Jones Jr he

returned to his change room and with

the world's media outside he took

the time to talk to a soldier who

returned. "

returned. "I have newfound respect

for him. I am pretty sure that

Parliament has taken no time to talk

to injured soldiers.

to injured soldiers." He is a good

solid man. Especially on a night

when he was so surrounded by people.

Good on him. Fantastic. Thank you.

Thanks, Beretts. We got another

email. Lowering the tone a bit. Ask

about the clown that has been

hanging around James Tobin. They are

asking if that is war Rick capper.

Let's check in with Goldie and James

Tobin. JT, what's happening? Hang

on. I am not ready. I am all set. We

are here with Brownie. This is the

incredible motocross while M tflt V

here - awesome. Hang on. Here we go.

The Heel Clicker? I was doing some

of these things before we joined

you. I did some of that stuff P any

kids watching at home and they

reckon they can get on a motorbike

and do this. Tell us what happened.

I was racing full time and buggered

meself up and broke five vertebras

in my neck. So you broke five

vertebras in your neck and decided

it was good to keep riding motocross

and you are riding while MTV are

here? Yes, all the hype about it is

come in and check it out. It will be

full-on. I saw you doing some stuff

with bfrng when she was here. Yes,

we finished a tour with her, the Fun

house tour. Pretty spectacular

stuff. I am giving it a go. I am all

about getting extreme. First let's

look at the weather. A developing low will bring rain and storms around the Northern Territory and West Australian border. Cooler conditions and isolated showers are expected on the Victorian and Tasmanian coasts due to a high moving through the Bight. Now let's take a look at the capital cities and Brisbane will be mostly fine with a top of 30 degrees. Isolated showers should develop tomorrow and Tuesday but clear for the second half of the week. Fine in Sydney today but a late change could see some cloud developing this afternoon. Tomorrow, showers should develop with a cooler top of 22 degrees but the wet weather is expected to clear by Tuesday. Canberra can expect a sunny day today with some cloud developing tomorrow. Another trough is expected later in the week which will bring higher temperatures. A light shower or two in Melbourne today, clearing to fine tomorrow. Temperatures are expected to increase on Tuesday.

Hobart should see a few showers today. Fine weather tomorrow, which will continue through to Wednesday before showers redevelop in the afternoon. Fine and mild weather in Adelaide today with a top of 24 degrees. Hot northerly winds are expected to develop during the next few days, sending temperatures well in to the 30s. Very hot in Perth as the mercury heads up to 39 degrees. Looking ahead: a humid change is expected on Monday, bringing some cloud which will stick around for most of the week. And in Darwin, warm weather with late showers and storms from tomorrow onwards.

Come on girls. Faster. Faster. You

did it! Extreme James Tobin! You

need your moustache on you and you

would have a real evil Knievel look.

I need themo. You are my hero. I am

easily impressed. Quite. Thank you,

JT. Bye now. There is war Rick capper and JT. Ahead this half hour, the movie of the year. Could 'Avatar' break every box office record? But after the break, the Riley Diary. This is Weekend Sunrise across Australia.

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