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This morning - who's in charge.

Wheeling and dealing but

Wheeling and dealing but still no

winner the UK election.

Stock market jitters - the nervous

investors and the pundits who say

the world crash will be good for

Australia. Top Gun Harry - from

party prince to proper prince. Also

today - MasterChef master con, the

contestants admitting to plating up

fake dishs on the top rating

fake dishs on the top rating

television show. Then celebrities

unmasked. I learned a long time ago

I have to take care of this part of

my body better than the rest. Stars

without make-up, this Mother's Day,

Sunday May 92010. -- 2010.

Live from Brekky Central Andrew O'Keefe and

O'Keefe and Samantha Armitage.

Those stars without make-up must be

mad. I know, I'll say. Good morning

and thank you for joining us. It is

Mother's Day. Happy Mother's Day.

Happy Mother's Day. Judith. Email

or text us your Mother's Day

messages. We will put as many as we

can on the bottom. No more than 40

characters. Tweet baby tweet. Happy

Mother's Day to my mum Libby. She

probably won't be awake I'll do it

later in the show. My mum never

watchs the show. Let's begin with

the latest news. Good morning Sam

and good morning to everyone.

Traffic is again flowing through

Sydney's M5 tunnel after

overloaded truck yesterday's chaotic crash. An

overloaded truck slammed into the

tunnel ceiling leaving thousands of

drivers stranded. It has led to

questions about whether there are

enough height restriction warnings.

Engineers worked through the night

clearing the mess left behind by

yesterday's crash. The biggest job

was pulling out a 30 tonne ects can

vai tore that fell off the back of

the truck. It sparked traffic chaos.

House to and over drivers left stranded for

stranded for hours. An all mighty

bang and the roof coming down. Sick

of it. I have been in traffic all

day. The RTA said the driver must

have known his load exceeded the

released without charge after being disaappearance. Cameron Mansell was cleared of involvement in his millionaire Craig Puddy has been partner of missing Perth with her husband. The business the family home after an argument The mother of three walked out of you from safe. Just call someone. loved her. When just want to know She was a good mum. That's why I since last Sunday. for clues. She has not been seen have had There are concerns he might not have known his load was too high. beyond belief that he would not 4.6 metre limit. It is almost

questioned for 15 hours. Craig

Puddy was reported missing on twus

when removalists arrived at his

mount mess ant mansion and found he

was not there. Blood stains were

found inside. Doctors say last

year's leftover swine flu jabs can

easily be used to make up the

current shortage of flu vac seens.

The federal government blamed

increased demand for the shortfall

and denies it has been seizing

pharmacist supplies. We buy what we

said we would buy many months ago.

Those considered to be at high

risks, including over 65s are being

given priority. It the likely

Britons will have to wait until

later this week to find out if they

will be getting a new Prime

Minister. The country's three

political leaders put aside the

chaos during the night attending

commemorations for the 659

anniversary of the end of World War

II. Nick Clegg has held talks with

his MPs about a possible power-

sharing deal with either the

Conservatives or ruling Labour

Party. People deserve good, stable

government and that is why I am

very keen at the Liberal Democrats

should enter into any discussions

with other parties. There have been

protests against Britain's

electoral system which many blame

for the current deadlock. Dozens of

people have been injured in New

York after a ferry ploughed into a

pier at full speed. Officials say

the throttle failed as it

approached the terminal on staten

island. At least one passenger was

seriously hurt. 37 suffered minor

injuries. The same ferry was

involved in a crash at that wharf

in 2003 when 11 people died.

Egyptian tycoon Mohammed Al Fayad

has sold top London department

store Harrods after owning it for

25 years. It is understood an

investment firm linked to the Qatar

royal family snap snapped it up for

a cool $2.5 billion. I can ashower

you will there will be uplifting

and upgrading. You will find

Harrods more impressive. Harrods

attracts 15 million shoppers and

tourists each year. You will have

to spend for $2.5 billion on

something else. Wouldn't it be good

to be a sheikh for a day. You could

buy anything. A sheikh's wife could

be nice. Not for a day, for my

whole life. That could be arranged.

Sell me for three camels would will

you? You would get more than that.

I'll raise you four. Let's look at

the sport. Freemantle has broken

its Gabba hoodoo with a win over

the Lions last night. The Pag Pies

smashed the Roos and the Eagles

were too good for if Hawks and Port

edged tout Bombers yesterday

afternoon. The injury hit Lions

refused to lie down and kicked the

next four goals to get within a

kick. With two minutes to go Chris

Mayne sealed Freo's sixth win of

the season with this.

That should be enough for Dockers.

At the MCG last night Collingwood

notched up its fourth consecutive

big win with a thumping of the

Kangaroos. The Hawks horror run

conted with the Eagles inflicting a

win. A Tony Williams hat-trick has

helped Manly to an 18 point win

over the dragons at Brookvale Oval

last night. He crossed twice inside

the opening 20 minutes for a manly

side with eight players backing up

from rep dutys the night before.

They had to do without two of the

injured rep stars they they were

within four points at half time.

The Sea Eagles scored another two

tries in the second half with a

piece of Jamie Lyon magic gifting

Williams his third fry in the win.

The Waratahs have moved into the

top four of the super14 in style

with a mauling of the chiefs in

Hamilton last night. Off the become

of a defeat to the Highlanders the

week before they got the ball

rolling after two minutes and that

set the tone for the night as they

ran in seven tries for a bonus

point victory to go into third on

the ladder.

Good news also in Canberra. The

Brumbies enhanced their finals

claims with a hiding of the

Highlanders moving them into fourth

place on the ladder. Aussie Mark

Webber has grabbed his second pole

of the year for tonight's Spanish

Grand Prix in Barcelona. He set the

pace ahead of Vettel and Hamilton

and Alonso the next best. New

Zealand has beaten Pakistan by one

run in the World Twenty20 super 8s

in bridge town this morning needing

two runs off the final ball for

victory. The defending champs fell

agonisingly short. England had a

39-run victory over South Africa in

the other match. Very funny last

night. Putting Sam to bed I said,

"Look in the morning, just cook her

some toast or anything like that."

He said, "I can't cook toast, last

year was a complete stuff up." I

don't know what he will do. She

will be starving until after ten. I

was telling Rory I had his present

hidden. He said, "Where is it

hidden?" I said, "I've got it in my

undy's drawer" he finds it very

difficult to keep a secret. He said

daddy's got his press --, "Daddy's

got his present in his undies." If

only! Not that again. Time for the

weather now. JT good morning. Must

have been a big package. We are all

out of ribbon. Where are you? It is

beautiful. It is hard to seat. It

is misty and foggy. I will give you

a clue. This is what they are using

here. It is a ball and they use it

in chuckers. So boom chuck ya,

chuck ya boom. I'm at the polo. I

am at the fields in the Richmond

lowlands. It is about an hour's

drive north-west of the centre of

Sydney. Driving in this morning it

was fantastic. Horses every, where

misty morning the sun is coming up.

They have it all based around

mother's day. If you are in Sydney

and looking for something to do

this Mother's Day. Get your mum and

bring her to the polo. You eat some

wine, -- drink some wine and eat

some food and sit on the grass. I

imagine most people have not been

to the po low game. Now for the

first time today the weather.

Now as we get under way here at the

Richmond lowlands I'd like to say

happy Mother's Day to the bestest

mum in the whole world -- whole

wide world, my mum. She is in gun

dah gay at the moment selling Angus.

It is a very rural Tobin family

today. I am looking forward to

hearing a bit about the polo. See

you soon.

You would have been up to a few

polo tournaments in your time. I

have been twice. It is good fun and

a great day out. Anywhere you can

drink wine in the middle of the day

is a great day out. Did you ever

get on a Horst Sam. Don't drink and

riefpltd I went the day Prince

Harry played out here. It was very

sweet. Did he stay on his horse. He

is a good little rider. Did you do

tent pegging and drafts and polo

cross as a kid. We did pony club

and shows. The jodpurs and jackets.

Coming up the news in focus

including the pundits who say the

world stock market crash will be

good for Australia. Plus the

missing millionaire, the new twist

in the case that has the country

baffled. Who is running Britain -

no one knows including the leaders.

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Welcome back. Who is in charge?

That is the question being asked in

the UK by the public and the

politicians. There is still no

result this morning in Britain's

general election. Talks between the

Conservative Party and the Liberal

Democrats are continuing but it

could be days before this hung

parliament is sorted out.

To look at the three party leaders

at the commemorations today to mark

the end of World War II would make

you think the election had never

happened. Mr Brown is still Prime

Minister and the lors leaders of

the opposition party. But their

titles be lie where the real power

is now - not with him but with

these two as they try to work out

how between them they can govern

the party. The two leaders are not

yet talking face to face. Nick

Clegg once again mobbed by cameras,

arrived this morning to thrash out

details with his own party first.

Good morning politicians have a

duty to speak to each other because

people deserve good, stable

government and that is why I am

very keen that the Liberal

Democrats should enter into any

discussions with other parties as

we are doing in a constructive

spirit. Also at that meeting three

former leaders pady Ashdown,

Charles Kennedy and Mr Campbell,

men who never stood on the thresh-

year-old of power quite like Mr

Clegg is now. Nor did any meeting

they held attract a crowd quite

like this one. This afternoon

protesters turned up demanding

electoral reform worryed the Lib Dems might be selling out on the idea as they attempt to sign off or a deal with the Tories. The issue to morrow. British people are asking for a change in British

politics and they will be surprised to text at the end of which David Cameron is up for derivativing a new politics. Where has all this left Labour? Gordon Brown has left Downing Street not for good but a trip to Scotland. He has been watching from the sidelines prepared to do a deal and willing

to Tory Lib Dem plan to fall apart.

The Wall Street crash has done more

than rattle the stock market. There

are now predictions that

Australia's property prices and

interest rates won't rise much more

this year as a result. Our finance

expert Michael Pascoe is here to

fill us in along with US

correspondent Angela Cox. Let's

start with you Michael. Is the

crash really going to have that

cause and effect on our economy?

You have to be careful what you

wish for. The idea of the - that is

stock market action in the last

week might keep down rates really

means it would keep down the world

economy and you don't really want

that when we are still recovering.

It was a crash for a little while

on Thursday night. Pro our point of

view it was a correction in a

market that has had a good run.

Whether or not the economy stays

nicely subdued and therefore

interest rates don't move really

depends on a lot of other factors.

The China boom, if they comes

through the way the Reserve Bank

and the Treasury and the government

are predicting we will still have

upward pressure operates. There is

more uncertainty now on the markets

in the world because of concerns

about Europe. At the moment it is

only uncertainty but not a sure

thing by neigh means. People are

asking how long it will take to

return to morm but you are saying

this probably is the normal state

for the US economy in its current

shape? Look, the US and Europe are

again going to remain pretty week

for a number of years. They have

vast amounts of government debt -

we have very little by comparison.

There are other countries with

equal problems to Greece. Spain as

an unemployment rate of nearly 20

past and the US have 9%. They will

not party for a long time. Luckily

we are part of the emerging markets

economy, the Chinese and Indian

economy and not theres, that is why

we are different. Over the you, a

lot of the commentators are saying

the US economy has been tracking

pretty well lately. What is the

mood like there, do people see it

that way? They do but certainly

this meltdown has made investors a

little nervous largely because they

don't know what caused it and that

means that they can't guarantee

that it won't happen again.

President Obama has said there will

be an investigation. Congress

scheduled a hearing for Tuesday

over here but investors are nervous

about what is happening in Greece.

It is obviously a long way away but

the US relies heavily on trade with

Europe so there is a feeling that

if things are not going well in

Europe that will have a large

impact on what is happening here in

the US. Also financial experts are

trying to put this in perspective.

They are saying this is in reason

for mum and dad investors to hit

the panic button. Overall things

have been going quite well and

investing is always a long term

thing and not something based on

one day of trade. Wall Street is

ultimately doing better than what

it was 12 months ago. There was a

positive job report out yesterday

that found there has been 290,000

new jobs in April, the strongest

result in four years. It is

certainly not all bad news. The mum

and dad investors must be

reasonably sceptical. They heard

that before, didn't they? Well,

certainly but I think the

reassuring sort of message like we

always hear is that investing is a

long term thing and not a one-day

thing. You have to ride it out and

not make rash decisions based on

one day of trade. Back over to you

Michael, the reserve raised the

interest rate by 0.25% of a basis

point the other day. That will be

the end of it in the time being for

your opinion? There is certainly a

pause on, that brings rates back to

normal and we have to hear what

happens to rates next depends on

the Australian economy and whether

inflation begins to pick up and get

out of control again. It depends to

a degree on what Wayne Swan comes

up with on Tuesday night in the

budget, whether it is a responsible

budget or makes the Reserve Bank

lift rates again. What are your

predictions? One lives in hope as

always with politicians but it was

pretty disappointing effort last

sun with the response to the Henry

Tax Review. The indications are

that it will still be an election

budget. They will be spinning it

every which way but you really have

to wait and see the numbers. Odds

are there will be a few more gifts

for voters leading up to an

election, they can't resist it.

Very quickly before we go - on a

complete tangent - with the pundits

in the paper yesterday were saying

whoever takes the reigns -- reins

in the UK has a hudge job ahead of

them because they are on the verge

of an IMF bailout, is that right?

Yes, if they don't take their

medicine. You can be Greece, not

take the medicine and have riots in

the street, or you can be Ireland

which has bigger debts, a bigger

deficit but they are taking the

medicine and getting on with it and

getting investment. Obviously you

have to hope that the Britains will

use the latter course. Thank you

very much.

The mysterious case of the Perth

millionaire who has been missing

since Monday has taken a strange

twist. Police have released a man

after questioning him for more than

15 hours over the disappearance of

his business partner Craig Puddy.

Our reporter has been carve

covering the story. Are police any

closer to finding Craig Puddy? Good

morning. Police aren't any closer

to finding Craig Puddy. As you

mentioned his business associate

Cameron Mansell who police had been

looking for for some days was found

in a city hotel on Friday. That is

when he was taken in for

questioning for 15 hours. He was

released late Friday night without

charge and he spent the morning -

yesterday morning - speaking with

his lawyer. He released a statement

actually to the media saying he had

nothing to do with the

disappearance of Craig Puddy. Now

police have continued to search

Craig Puddy's home. It is still a

crime scene. As you said, Craig

Puddy has been missing since

Tuesday. He was still seen by his

familiar on Monday night. He was --

family on Monday night. He was

meant to be moving to Sydney. He

had his $3.2 million Mount Pleasant

home on the market and bought a new

place in Sydney. Removists want to

his home on Tuesday and that is

when the discovery of a big pool of

blood was found. It is still a

bafring case here for police in

Perth. It doesn't sound very good.

Do we know if Craig Puddy's

disaappearance is out of character?

Certainly his friends and family

have not been able to get in

contact with him whatsoever. His

mobile phone was left at his front

as well Australia all of his

belongings. His sister put a

message on Facebook asking for

Craig to come back. Obviously fears

are growing of his safety and it

certainly looks like foul play has

been involved. Thanks for joining us.

Next up, news sport and weather

today and more of your Mother's Day

messages. This is weekend sunrise

on Seven. WOMAN: I've been in the same job for nine years. Never missed a shift. I absolutely love my job. I really love my job. And then came along new owners at the same time as WorkChoices, and they left contracts for us. We were told if we didn't sign it that we'd have our hours cut back, and I returned it unsigned, and I had my hours cut back and then I was sacked. That was WorkChoices.

Geebong is the polo club. JT will

be talking with them rather shortly.

Welcome back. It is a beautiful

morning down there by the look of

thins. It is Jetstar's sixth

birthday today, did you send a card.

I did actually. She did not. To

celebrate they are having an

amazing sale. Liar. It is not a lie.

It is a little white... Fib. I'm

just trying to save their feelings.

Anyway to celebrate they have

having an amazing sale on domestic

and overseas holiday destinations.

You can buy Vanuatu for $1 million.

If you were married to a sheikh you could.

The sale is on until midday tomorrow.

# Happy birthday dear Jetstar. Did

you send Jetstar a card? Yes. Yes,

I did. I snuck onto the runway and

wrapped one of their planes in a

big bow. And you hid in it your

unDees drawer. You should have seen

me light the candle. It is now news

time. Traffic is again flowing

threw the M5 east tunnel after

yesterday's crash. Engineers work

through the night to clean up the

entrance to the city bound lanes

which were damaged when and

overloaded truck slammed into the

cell ceiling. Thousand of drivers

were left stranded for hours.

Unfortunately the height of the

excavator on the rare of the

trailer prevented the entry and

significant damage has been

sustained to the tunnel The crash raised questions about whether

height warning alarms in the tunnel

are adequate. Management in charge

of Melbourne's huge new stadium

promised to fix the roof. Huss

drands of fans were left wet and

unhappy on Friday night's match on

Friday night. The builders will

rectify a teething problem in a

wonderful sporting facility.

Stadium bosses have promised to

quickly gix the problems. It is

being reported that police

investigating the murder of

Michelle Beets now believe they

know the identity of her killer.

Fair tax says legal reasons have

stopped detectives making an appeal

or naming the person until all

Avenue Jews in their state wide

hunt are exhausted. She was killed

on the front verandah of her north

shore home on April 27th. Her

grieving partner David Grant has

issued a statement saying Michelle

will always stay in my heart.

Police spent last week searching

through rubbish tips in their hunt

for clues. The Queensland

Government has been accused of

raiding a community benefit fund to

put more money into its solar

rebate scheme. News Limited reports

$10 million will be siphoned out of

the fund over the next three years.

It will be used to pay for the

installation of solar panels and

hot water systems. Anna Bligh

defended the fund redirection

saying it will help community and

supporting groups switch to

renewable energy. Britain's

opposition parties are still

working to make a deal. Nick Clegg

has been consulting his MPs about a

coalition with the Conservatives.

Both parties have warned any

agreement won't be announced until

later this week. If their talks

fall over Mr Clegg says he will

start negotiations with sitting

Prime Minister Gordon Brown. In

sport this morning Collingwood has

moved to the top of the AFL ladder

with a 66-point flagging of the

Kangaroos at the MCG last night. In

other matches the Power held out

the Bombers the Eagles beat the

Hawks and Freo downed Brisbane on

the road at G last night magpies

younger Steele Sidebottom kicked

five goals in his side's hammering

of the Kangaroos. While at the

Gabba the dock -- Dockers won a

spite full match against the Lions.

Freo join Collingwood on top. At

Subiaco yesterday the eagles

inflicted the fast-finishing Hawks

with their sixth straight defeat.

The victory their second of the

season. Manly has moved into second

on the NRL ladder with a superb win

over the Dragons with eight players

backing up from remember

commitments the night before it was

an impressive victory against the

competition front runners. It is

good a get a win and they have a

good record against us. Even though

they had a couple out we will take

a good win out of that. The manly

winger took a hat-trick. A great

night for Australian rugby, the

Waratahs moved into third on the

Super 14 ladder with a seven-try

bonus point smashing of the chiefs

in Hamilton. In Canberra the

Brumbies are on track for the

finals with a win over the

Highlanders. They moved into fourth

on the ladder. Lots of horses this

weekend. Big equestrian event, a

World Cup qualifier going on at

horsely Park. Megan Jones is

leading that. And this, Mr Tobin -

what a gorgeous scene that is. Even

-- even with you in it. It will be

a magnificent day out here. I am at

the Richmond lowlands at the Kurri

Burri polo fields. Can you imagine

the skill that these people have to

ride these magnificent horses,

trying to hit a little ball like

that with a little mallet like this

with these horses nipping around at

full pelt. Huge amount of skill for

people like them. However, for the

rest of us all we really have to do

is sit on the grass, drink a class

of chardonnay and chat to mum and

have a great day. I will teach you

about polo today so I don't know

anything about it. I will try to

learn a bit and bring to it you as

well. Let's look now at the weather.

Well, it looks like Mother Nature

knows it is Mother's Day. We have a

large high pressure system sticking

around bringing fine weather to

most of the country. Onshore winds

along the Queensland coast should

bring some showers with similar

weather in WA. Early rain in as the

and Victoria.

To all the mums at home waking up

with some Vegemite toast and some

soft boiled eggs that the kids have

prepared and brought in to you in

bed and you are watching Sunrise

this morning, happy Mother's Day

and I will see you back here in

half an hour. There is probably a

few mums wishing JT made the soft

boiled eggs and Vegemite toast this

morning. Stylishly presented. And

to Linda who is probably newing on

a piece of paper. Very hard boiled

eggs and A it be of burnt toast.

Trying to clear that smell out of

the kitchen. Burnt toast reminds me

of a boarding house or something.

That smell. The alarms it sets off.

In ten minutes the man accused of

killing Michael Jackson but Dr

Conrad Murray does have his

supporters. This morning they have

come out in his defence. After the

break, the next stage in the Tour

de Cure Mark Beretta's epic journey

when we come back. VOICEOVER: John Howard's WorkChoices took away the rights of working Australians. You can't sack me. Really? A minister who backed those laws is today's Liberal leader, Tony Abbott, who now says... Er, the phrase 'WorkChoices' is dead. He chose not to say WorkChoices was dead, just the name. The phrase 'WorkChoices' is dead. Tony Abbott will bring back WorkChoices, he just won't call it that.

Thank you Telstra, happy Mother's

Day to everybody. Keep your

messages coming in. We will have

them on the ticker at some point.

Here is a deal you don't want to

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When it comes to big hearts Mark

Beretta is leading the charge. This

man has a heart the size of Phar

Lap. He is in the Earl leer stains

of a gruelling 1,400 kilometre trip

from Brekky Central to the Sunshine

Coast for the Tour de Cure bike

ride. The epic journey requires

blood, sweat, a few tears but it is

all for a very good cause, find

aling cure for cancer. We will

check in with him to see how he is

going. Where have you made it to so

far? We are just on the other side

of Singleton. We are on our way all

the way to Tamworth. It is 2884

kilometres today. The longest leg

of our tour. To put that into

perspective it is locker than any

stage of the Tour de France. We

pulled up on the side of the road

here and the weather is superb so

we are looking forward to a great

day. Your training schedule has

been crazy leading up to the ride.

How are your legs feeling this

morning in A bit like gel I will at

the moment -- jelly at the moment

but better than my backside, which

is good. Harden upper rets. The

thing that gets you about this is

you prepare for the physical side

and have a rough idea of the side

but it is the emotional side that

gets you. We pulled into the Caltex

coming out of Singleton and a big

trucker jumped oupt of a rig and

this guy is twice as wide and tall

as me. He marches towards he and I

thought, "I don't know what's going

to happen here." He opens up his

wallet and he says, "I have had a

bit of a bout with cancer and here

is $50". That is the price of stuff.

Yesterday an elderly quuple in a

car pulled alongside and handed us

$20. Good morning ma mate, stay

safe on the road. Our in tally to

this point - we aimed to raise $1

million for cancer research and

support. We raised as of this

morning $1,351,000. That is beyond

any expectations. So we roll on

from here. The target has been

reset to $1.5 million and we will

push as hard as we can to get it. I

not sure sticking $50 notes down

the become of your bicycle shorts

is rigorous accounting. I will take

anything I can get. He has a few

coins in there as well. That is for

all the mothers. I am putting the

bankrolls there. Is there a

particular second sun of the ride

that has got you feeling a little

nervous? Today. Without a doubt it

is today. The first two days we is

have done about 100 ks the first

day and 100 ks the second. Found

our way to the Hunter Valley. This

is the day for everyone. Very few

people have ever gone this far

before, 284 kilometres. It is just

a huge stretch. It is a big ask but

everyone is prepared. We have had a

huge brekkie and we are good to go.

Get through today and we start to

get some momentum. This is the one

on everyone's mind for sure. Good

luck. We will be thinking of you

today. You guys have a little

message you want to yell out. We

want to say to all our beautiful

wives at home keeping the homes

running for us and looking after

the kids and to all the mums a very

happy Mother's Day.

CROWD: Happy mother's day. Have a

good ride today. We love the orange,

very handsome. Not many colours I

make look good Sam, that's foresure.

We like that outfit. The morning's

top stories from Hollywood are next

including Jim Carey's new passion,

he is a budding artist ready to

make the big bucks doing something

other than weird facial expressions.

What else has he got. Singer Pink

told that she is not pretty enough.

The magazine editors eating their

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Italian romance.

Let's get all the gossip now with

Tomm Taylor. It is not gossip, it

is personality based information

exchange. We are usually hearing

about how bad Dr Conrad Murray, is

the tables seem to have turned

though? There are things in the

worked here pore the month of June

here on June 14th, what is in the

motion is that his family and some

church goers and some of the

patients of Dr Conrad Murray, the

ones that are well enough to travel

and are alive, are apparently going

board buss in places like Texas and

Las Vegas and come to the criminal

courts building with posters in

hand. Why will this happen? Because

the last time we were all in court

to exam the infate of Dr con trat -

- fete of Conrad Murray a plane flu

over head asking for justice for

Michael Jackson. The buss will

travel a long distance to support

Dr Conrad Murray. Some of the signs

might read something like 'don't

blame the doctor, blame the dead

guy'. Or 'Jackson was asking for

it... Propofol'. It is nice to know

he can fill more than one bus with

surviving patients. That might be

his defence. Exactly. Check out the

parking lot your honour. Moving on

rocker Pink has made startling rev

lauions in this month's US kas

month poll tan magazine. We know in

Hollywood we are judged on desh

everyone is judged on the

appearance but apparently Mr The

publishing world looks are

everything too. We are learning

that Pink the entertainer and

rocker has basically said that

magazines have spoken to her - this

is her on the cover of cosmopolitan

- in the past they said you are not

pretty enough to be a cover girl so

we are not interested in view --

inthe viewing you for exposes in

print. She says 'I am unique and I

dig it'. She is interested in

becoming a mother. She enjoys

trying to make the motherhood

happen. We learn she does not lip-

synch. It will be interesting being

Pink's child. She can call her

daughter scarlett orer is Reece. Or

March Rhone. If it is a boy it can

be March Rhone. -- in a are in One

huge movie star revealed a passion

for painting. We see his work on

the big seen the open now we are

seeing some big canvasses. Jim

Carey is taking act crill lick

paint and brushs to make some

unique artwork. He is calling this

a heart upon reentry. Heart upon

reentry. It is very abstract. I

think he has an eye for colour and

we are looking and watching a Jim

Carey. This evolved off Twitter. He

must have used his personal camera

and took a picture and put it on

the web that. Is the first I

learned he has the talent. I think

he has an eye and would be

interested in buying one. It is

hard to tell on the TV. It does

seem there is something there.

Kanye is moving on. What is his

house like? We are looking at a hip

house - a hip hop house hunt here.

He was really smart in the real

estate area and purchased this

house in year of 2003 for $2

million. It is on the market now

for just under $4 million. We have

a three bedroom minimalist style

house with a view. It is wired and

computer redship. The elements are

controlled and the household is

controlled by computer. The home

was built in about 2002 so it is

relatively new. He is making money

off the deal. If you are interested

in living the hip hop lifestyle in

California and you have the $4

Kanye West his house on the shil

there for sale. I hope you are

taking a 2.4%. That is a great

spruke. I wonder if he throws into

the giant buzz lightier that was

capital. I might check it out. When

I first awe the pictures I thought

it had an apartment feel but it is

a stunning place to live. Sam

certainly looked pretty interested.

They showed the bar in the bedroom

there I didn't see that. What a

great idea. Why didn't I think of

that. I thought it was a spa, not a

bar. There is a bar in the bedroom.

It looks like one. It is a computer

table. He has two fluffy ducks on

the desk there, doesn't he. I

thought they were milkshakes. I'll

take it. I have to refinance. Tomm,

Mother's Day in the States, it is

Mother's Day over there as well

today. It will be Mother's Day

tomorrow. We will have our Sunday

tomorrow. We are having some great

weather. What are you

stkphofrpblgts nothing really

special except eating and drinking

which I do most weekends. I was

watching the weather report. I am

really excited when I sea great

visual shots there. Some stunning

camera coverage on today's program.

Pack that gaze and get your leather

G on side buddy. We will sack James

Tobin and put Tomm in the weather

peion from now on. Next, news sport

and weather with James Tobin and

more of your Mother's Day messages.

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This morning - who's in charge?

Wheeling and dealing but still no

winner the UK election. Stock

market jitters - the nervous

investors and the pundits who say

the world crash will be good for

Australia. And Top Gun Harry, from

party prince to proper prince. Also

today MasterChef master con, the

contestants admitting to plating up

fake dishs on the top rating

television show. Then celebrities

unmasked. I learnt a long time ago

that I kind of have to take care of

this part of my body probably

better than the rest. Stars without

make-up, this Mother's Day, Sunday

May 9th, 2010.

Now back to Weekend Sunrise with

Andrew and Sam. Welcome back. It is

Mother's Day, in case you forgot.

If you are still on speaking terms

with your mum email or tech us your

messages because we are putting

them on our little ticker right

here. The fun about the flu jab

shortage is not about anyone's mum.

Right now it is 8 o'clock. Here is

Sharyn with the news. Traffic is

flowing again through Sydney's M5

tunnel after engineers worked

through night on emergency repairs.

The tunnel reopened before 6am

allowing cars in for the first time

since late yesterday morning. A

truck carrying a 14 tonne excavator

ripped a steel clearance beam off

the roof causing extensive damage.

Thousands of drivers were left in

gridlock for hours. The RTA said

warning signs should have alerted

the driver he would not fit through

the tunnel. A mechanical problem is

being blamed for a ferry crash in

New York that left dozens of poos

jers injured. The ferry crashed

into a democracy on Staten Island

at full speed. Three people are in

a critical condition. It looks like

a mechanical problem. We are still

in the early stages of

investigating. We will be reviewing

exactly what happened on the

electrical side. The same ferry was

involved in another crash at the

wharf in 2003 when 11 people were

killed. It is likely Britons will

have to wait until later this week

to find out if they will get a new

Prime Minister. The country's three

political leaders put aside their

differences last night attending

commemorations for the 65th

anniversary of the end of World War

II. Liberal Democrat leader Nick

Clegg has held talks with his MPs

about a possible power-sharing deal

with either the Conservatives or

ruling Labour Party. People deserve

good, stable government and that is

why I am very keen at the Liberal

Democrats should enter into any

discussions with other parties.

There have also been protests

against Britain's electoral system

that many blame for the current

deadlock. An official report into

the collision between a Japanese

whaling ship and protesters has

been labelled a political cop out.

Anti- whaling ves sell the Ady Gil

sunk in January after colliding

with a Japanese boat. An

investigation by the Australian

maritime authority has failed to

find who was responsible. The

Greens say that is not good enough

and are urning fishs to keep

pursuing the issue. So far the

Japanese government has refused to

cooperate with the investigation.

Doctors say last year's left over

swine flu jabs can easily be used

to help make up the current

shortage of flu vaccines. The

federal government blamed increased

demand for the shortfall and denies

it has been seizing pharmacist

supplies. We just buy what we said

we would buy many months ago. Those

considered to be at high risk,

including over 65s, are being given

priority. The children of a missing

Perth mum have issued a Mother's

Day appeal to help them find her.

Forensic police yesterday searched

Iveta Mitchell's home for clues.

She has not been seen since last

Sunday. She was a good mum. That's

why I loved her. When don't care if

you come home, we just want to know

you are safe. Just call someone.

The mother of three walked out of

the family home after an argument

with her husband. A very sad

Mother's Day story there. Let's

check the sport with Simon Reeve.

Freemantle has broken its Gabba

hoodoo with a thrilling 13-point

win over the injury-hit Lions in Brisbane last night.

The liions looked out of it when

down by 27 points in the final

quarter but kicked the next four

goals to get within a kick of Freo.

With two minutes to go Chris Mayne

sealed Freemantles sixth win of the

season. Running onto it! And

kicking a big goal! That should be

enough for the Dockers! At the MCG

last night Collingwood notched up

another big percentage earner with

a thumping of the cross. The Eagles

inflicted a sixth great defeat over

Hawthorn. A Tony Williams hat

district has -- hat-trick, helped

manly to a win over the Dragons at

brook vait last night. Manly had

eight players backing up from rep

duties the night before. The

Premiership leaders had to do

without two of their injured stars

but they were within four points at

half time. He made a good case

until we went to the video evidence,

your honour. The see agos tried

another two tries in the second

half as Jamie Lyon set up the third

with this miraculous piece of work.

The Waratahs moved into the top 4

of the Super 14 in style with a

mauling of the chiefs in Hamilton

last night off the back of a defeat

to the Highlanders last week Drew

Mitchell got the machine started

for the visitors. The Tahs never

looked back as they ran in seven

tries for a bonus point win to go

into third position on the ladder.

It has fired away and they will

score the bonus point try. Inspired

by retiring greats Mortlock and

Smith the Brumbies helped their

finals cause with a hiding of the

Highlanders in Canberra. They are

fourth on the ladder.

Aussie Mark Webber grabbed his

second poll position of the year

for tonight's Spanish Grand Prix at

Barcelona. He set the base ahead of

Red Bull team-mate ved el and

Hamilton and Alonso the next best.

Robert Allenby remains right in the

mix at the players tkhp at --

players championship at Sawgrass.

He is one behind the leaders at the

tournament they call the fifth

major. New Zealand has beaten

Pakistan by one run in the World

Twenty20's in this morning. England

beat South Africa in Barbados. Samy,

you had James written out of the

script before with Tomm Taylor

coming back to do weather. What is

going on? You turn your back around

here... That is TV. We could not

stop Tomm. He was all wound up

about the weather. I'm quite

surprised by Tomm's commitment to

this show. There he is sitting in

Hollywood watching our weather

reports. He must be bored as all

get out. He needs to party more

with Paris Hilton more. He is going

a party with Paris Hilton. It is a

murder mystery party. We could have

a scoop if she meets an unlikely

end in the dining room with the

dagger. JT is at the polo. Good

morning. To Tomm Taylor and Paris

Hilton it is a beautiful day here

in Richmond this morning. If you

are looking to get dressed and come

to Richmond I would suggest a nice

shirt and pair of trousers and a

nice pair of shows. A bottle of

champagne. They have hampers here

for mum bring your pum down, if you

are a little too far away I will

teach you about polo now. To be

honest I don't know anything about

it. Adam does. He is playing in the

final this afternoon. In layman's

terms how does it work. We have

four a side, there is eight people

on a field. The feel is 300 by

1506789 it is like a big game of

hockey. You have players on horses

and a huge amount of peed out there.

So just hold -- speed out there. I

assume you have to hit it here,

that is not right. You want to hit

the ball here and when you hit a

back shot you hit it here.

There has to be a are of injurelies.

It is a ding rouse sport. A sport

for real men and women. Let's have

a look at the weather.

Now, obviously polo is a lot about

the horses. You look after the

horses. What is it called? The head

groom. What are you looking for in

a horse to be a good polo horse?

Agility, speed, good confirmation.

What does that mean? Just the way

the horse is built and put together.

They are slightly smaller that end

racing horses and thorough breads.

They are actually thorough breads

and are actually ex-race horses. We

are looking for about 15 hands

which is probably about this guy, a

little bit smaller and a general

rule. Standing here watching these

guys warm up on the field it is a

beautiful sport. These horses have

amazing skills. I have heard the

more polo you watch the more you

enjoy it. It is a great spectator

sport. If you are anywhere near

Richmond, anywhere in Sydney really,

get in the car and bring mum down.

It is a magnificent day. We have a

fantastic day forecast. If you will

not come down happy Mother's Day to

you. It is a great spectator sport.

They really race around. The girls

are like the Argentinian riders too.

Great fun and you get to go and

some newspaper the divots like in

pretty woman. I would like to see a

Mongolian polo matchs where they

ride around on their chargers

whacking a goat. The goat is

already dead - there is no cruelty

to goats involved. No goats were

harmed in the making of this polo

game. It originally game from the

Mogels and spread up in Afghanistan

and into India. They play polo on

elephants somewhere in the world.

The things you learn today on

Mother's Day. So take your dead

goat and bottle of champers and

head out to Richmond. Or Monday

goal ya. A beautiful day in

Mongolia. Just ask Tomm Taylor.

Somebody throw to the brek. Very

silly today. We will get serious on

you. Just ahead the news in focus

including the Australian investors

holding their breath after the US

stock crash plus the mystery

deepens, what happened to that

missing Perth millionaire. The

political horse trading in Britain.

When will they form a new

government. Find out next (DOO-WOP MUSIC PLAYS) after eating and drinking. Let's see how they like this. VOICEOVER: John Howard's WorkChoices took away the rights of working Australians. You can't sack me. Really? A minister who backed those laws is today's Liberal leader, Tony Abbott, who now says... Er, the phrase 'WorkChoices' is dead. He chose not to say WorkChoices was dead, just the name. The phrase 'WorkChoices' is dead. Tony Abbott will bring back WorkChoices, he just won't call it that.

Welcome back. After one of the most

exhill rating election spectacles

in a generation the UK remains in

suspense 24 morning after polling

resulted in a hung parliament. The

Conservative Party has gained the

most seats in 80 years but still

doesn't have enough to - enough

seats to govern the nation in its

own right. I am joined by BBC

correspondent Nick Bryant and

foreign affairs editor Dr Keith

Suter. Nick, we will start with you.

A lot of horse trading going on no

doubt. What exactly have the

Conservatives been doing resolve

this. They are trying to do a deal

but there is no deal at the moment

- I don't know whether that sounds

familiar at all. It is a kind of

Britain's got talent with the type

of televised viewings we had this

time. Nick Clegg became the Susan

Boyle of British politics. The Lib

Dems went down but now because

nobody got an overall majority and

won a clear cut victory Nick Clegg

finds himself in the position of

kingmaker so David Cameron, the

leader of the Tory Party, the man

that wants to be the first British Conservative Prime Minister for

over a decade, he is trying to woo

Nick Clegg and the way he is trying

to do that is to offer him some

kind of deal on electoral reform.

At the moment he is offering a

review of Britain's rather

antiquated electoral system... But

not offering change. He wants not

much nor than that. He was a

referendum on a new system of

proportion representation. At the

moment they got about a fifth of

the votes but they only got about a

109 of the seats. Courting college,

it is a Jeffrey Archer novel in the

making. It is a cracker and has

been a belter. As I understand it

from my admittedly limited reading

of the UK constitution, the Queen

in these circumstances offers to

the prime minister of the day, the

incumbent, the first opportunity to

form a government so Gordon Brown

has declined that opportunity? No,

what he did was actually recognise

that given that David Cameron came

out on top and that Nick Clegg had

already said they want to deal with

David Cameron first he recognised

that despite the fact that the

convention generally is that the

Prime Minister of the day gets the

first chance to form a government

he would not do that. The problem

is we have not got a written

constitution. It is all traditions

and conventions. Nothing is written

down or code feeed. At the moment

we have a period of what you would

call free tile bargaining and Nick

Clegg indicated very clearly that

because David Cameron had come out

not only in the number of seats but

the number of votes he should get

the first chance to form a

government. Fair enough. Now

staunch supporters of the Lib Dems

are unhappy about this potential

political alliance with the Tories?

That is right those people voted

because they did not like the

conservatives or Labour. They will

have a problem if they go into a

partnership with the Conservative

Party because they will then be

tainted bearing in mind whoever

comes to pawer will have to

introduce massive changes and be

government cutbacks of all sorts

and be very unpopular. My guess is

that Nick Clegg won't go into a

formal coalition but will Khan fee

that they will support the

Conservatives loosely on major

issues like the budget cuts but

then we will have a fresh election

in two-years time and that will

need to include underdating

Britain's antiquated electoral

system if only to have votes on a

Saturday, follow the Australian

example example. People coming home

to work on a Thursday night and

trying to vote they don't get

enough time to go to the polls

booths. You can't get your cask

wine at Tesco and vote. Do you

think that the Labour Party given

how unpopular the next government

is likely to end up in light of the

huge cuts that Keith was just

talking about, do you think the

Labour Party will see this as an

opportunity just to roll old goredy

out of the party and go back to the

polls in another cup couple of

years and try again. That is an

interesting point. The last time we

had a hung part was in 1947 and we

ended up having another election in

1947. College does some deal with

Cameron - as you know the British

economy is in a perilous state at

the moment. Our debt levels are

almost at the same level as Greece.

Maybe they are thinking let college

and Cameron make some tough,

unpopular choices, let them become

a very unpopular government, there

will be an election in another

year's time, we will sit tight and

get rid of Gordon Brown and come up

with a fresh face and we will stand

another chance. It is in flux at

the moment and is fascinating. The

fear in Britain at the moment - at

5.30 everynight you will be looking

at deal or no Deal. This could drag

on for quite some dime time over

the next few days and that is bad

for the markets. Particularly if

Noel Edmonds ends up as Prime

Minister. Thank you very much. This

week's Wall Street crash has done

more than just rattle the stock

market. There are now predictions

Australia's property prices and

interest rates could both stay on

hold. Our finance expert Michael

Pascoe is here to fill us in along

with our US correspondent Angela

Cox. Good morning to both of you.

Michael, can a stock market crash

really have this much effect on our

economy? Not so much