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(generated from captions) This morning - Labor's new low. More voters desert Julia Gillard as prime minister. as Kevin Rudd admits his mistakes Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan Condemned to death - Aussie against the firing squad. loses his final appeal Bert's scare - of pneumonia in hospital. the TV legend battles a serious case Also today... We'll do it live. We'll do it live! Do it live! I'll write it and we'll do it live! Fury, laughter and red faces - unscripted television madness. the autocue disasters behind Then, ritzy digs - extravagance at its best. a Hollywood real estate rush shows It's Saturday 18 June 2011. This is Weekend Sunrise. Live from Brekky Central and Monique Wright. here's Andrew O'Keefe Hello. Thanks for joining us. , Arithmetic Zi digs sounds likes that some sort of New York comedian. If anyone is looking for a name for their baby, maybe ritzy digs. Maybe Rosso's baby's name. Thank you for joining us. We are talking not just amongst ourselves this morning. how your family can prepare Also today - recession risk - once again goes belly-up. if the world economy in the world And a look at the only place the so-called 2012 apocalypse. which will apparently survive Is that called Bugarach. Zblits in France. You have to go there That sounds like a Bulgarian's mens fragrance, Butch r Bugarach for We are there to save your life. weightlifters.

from Jessica Rowe. But let's begin with the latest news Good morning, Jess. Good morning. for the Federal Government Primary support to a historical low of 27%. has plummeted Nielsen poll, According to the latest rose two points, the Coalition's primary vote over Labor of 59% to 41%. giving it a two-party preferred lead since May 1996. It's the Coalition's biggest lead for Julia Gillard, The news also isn't great towards Kevin Rudd with voters now flocking back as preferred Labor leader. compared to Ms Gillard's 31%. Kevin Rudd has 60% support Andrew Chan Lawyers for Bali Nine ringleader against the death sentence say they're shocked his final appeal has been rejected. The decision was made last month supreme court website but only posted on Indonesia's late yesterday. error in the original decision. The court ruled there was no obvious to Indonesia's President. with an appeal for clemency inmate Myuran Sukumaran Fellow Bali Nine death row the outcome of his appeal. is still waiting to learn Mid North Coast Rivers across the New South Wales are continuing to fall this morning, for residents and SES volunteers. leaving a huge clean-up About 4,000 people remain cut off. The state government has declared natural disaster zones 14 local government areas is still some way off. but a full assessment Most people are dug in. and start to assess the damage. and then they'll come out of just how broad the damage is. Then we'll get a better indication into the tens of millions. The damage bill is expected to run to attend rallies 100,000 people are expected today being held in every capital city on all live animal exports. to demand a total ban imposed on Indonesia The rallies follow the 6-month ban last month after graphic footage emerged in some Indonesian abattoirs. of appalling conditions of Action to End Live Export say Organisers of the National Day will be joined animal rights activists by some politicians and farmers. outside state parliament buildings. The rallies will be held told staff at a Melbourne hospital Bert Newton has reportedly next week. he wants to return to work on Thursday The 72-year-old was admitted with a case of viral pneumonia from his infant granddaughter. he apparently picked up for the musical 'Wicked' Newton was supposed to be in Perth which opens tomorrow. that he's letting people down Bert would be hating the fact with the 'Wicked' production he hates missing shows. because he's old school, Bert will rejoin the cast The producers of 'Wicked' say the all-clear. once doctors give him We wish Bert all the very best. on Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi NATO is increasing the pressure air strikes on the capital, Tripoli. with a series of daylight or whether anyone was hurt. It's not clear what targets were hit of Misrata, Meanwhile, near the key town to drive back government forces. rebel fighters are trying unverified claims The latest fighting comes amid is holding talks with the rebels that Colonel Gaddafi's regime in Paris. it knows nothing about it. The French government says in Saudi Arabia A group of defiant women of the kingdom's taboos by driving. have reportedly broken one Human rights groups say of restrictions it's just one of a number second-class citizens. which make Saudi women the permission of a male guardian Women are not allowed without to travel. They're not allowed without to enrol in higher education, and they're not allowed to vote. to take up paid work saw 47 women arrested. A similar protest in 1990 In finance news: here's Tony Squires. And now with sport, What treat, to have you here on a Saturday morning? It's lovely to be here on a Saturday morning, I do feel sorry for Bert Newton's evil granddaughter for making him sick. Everywhere you see it, he got it from his granddaughter. Bad granddaughter. As she Wasikowskaing on the germs too, she said " too, she said "And your little dog too". too, she said "And your little dog too"

Western Bulldogs fans this morning That unusual thing on the faces of over the Adelaide Crows is a smile after a 30-point win at Etihad Stadium. the pressure early The Crows heaped on and 22-point lead at quarter time. with a 6-goal opening term But the Bulldogs chipped away, in the third term. grabbing the lead They hung on before increasing the buffer to finish 100-70. Full credit to the group really for their character. One game from eight and then being four goals down. You could easily let your world cave in but they didn't they stuck at it so that was very pleasing. While the win has taken pressure off Rodney Eade, Neil Craig's future remains uncertain at the Crows. It was nothing short of an NRL thriller at Suncorp Stadium overnight. Inspirational skipper Darren Lockyer led the Brisbane Broncos to a 21-14 win over defending premiers St George Illawarra. The already depleted Dragons were dealt more pain, losing captain Ben Hornby to an ankle injury as the fired-up Broncos did the job on their home turf. COMMENTATOR: There's the champion on cue again. Darren Lockyer puts them seven in front. In the other game, Rabbitohs' wrecking ball Dave Taylor was in full swing, setting up two tries to ensure a 31-8 victory for South Sydney over the Titans. But the Bunnies night wasn't all good with hooker Nathan Peats put on report for pulling Ryan James's hair. Minutes later, James suffered a possibly season-ending knee injury. No hair injury to speak of! No hair injury to speak of!. A late penalty goal from 48 metres out has given the Western Force a 3-point win over the Melbourne Rebels in their super rugby clash at AAMI Park. And it's do or die for the Waratahs tonight as they look to beat the Brumbies to secure a spot in the finals. Big-hitting Sam Stosur's being tipped as our best chance of breaking a 9-year Grand Slam drought after the release of the Wimbledon draw. Stosur kicks off her campaign against Melinda Czink while Jelena Dokic takes on French Open runner-up Francesca Schiavone. Lleyton Hewitt's been given the all-clear to play. He's drawn Japan's Kei Nishikori. Jamie Whincup will be looking to extend his lead in the V8 Supercar series as qualifying gets under way in Darwin this morning. The 2-time V8 champion clocked the fastest time in practice for the 120 kilometre race. You can catch all the action right here on Seven this afternoon. Check your local guides. And Beretts will be live from the V8s for Weekend Sunrise tomorrow. You won't hear him, because of the noise of the cars. Love it. Let's never speak of never speak of the St George Bronco's game again. What about the hair pulling. that's a contractor, really. What about the hair pulling. I think We are not encouraging it. Don't email now. I was a hair puller too. Rugby league players just cut out the middle person and go straight for the bons, don't worry about the hair. Do hair. Do you reckon there was any correlation between the hair pull and the knee injury. Something was tightened when the hair was pulled like a GI doll. How long did you remain a hair puller. I had two younger sisters, we to be terrible hair pullers and Chinese burns too. I had two younger sisters, we used

It was very big It was very big with young girls, I was big on it as well. My brother and I still pull our hair sometimes, and he is 40. Can you give me a Chinese burn before the show is over How many weeks would the judiciary give you for a Chinese burn or a Mr Lippey. Time for the weather. Hi, JT, where are you this morning? I am so excited about what I'm going to show you over the weekend. There will be no nipple crimping I promise you. That satisfy promise. I am showing you the real Australia. I in the outback of Western showing you the real Australia. I am in the Kim werely. I have been in the outback of Western Australia wanting to come to this event for months. I am so excited chl we are doing a Kimberley heritage cattle drive here over the next five nights and six days. Real Kimberley stockmen are going to be showing paying guest, exactly the way it used to be done when this land was

first pioneered with Indigenous cattlemen as well as some of the best cattle best cattlemen here at the Kimberley. I will introduce you to some of them, from let's go from my right to left, we have got Cyril, Ronny, JR and we have got Juwayne. There the horse putting up with it very nicely. We are going to be going tloo sow of the pristine country. This is ancient, 350 million country. This is ancient, 350 million-year-old land, sleeping at stock camps along the way, drinking Billy tea, eating food that we prepare, it will be fantastic and the pictures will be beautiful. I will be showing you them throughout the whole weekend. Let's have a at the weather for the first time now. the whole weekend. Let's have a look

On the regional fly-around - Fine and dry in Cairns. A fine 20 degrees in Mackay. Fine in Rockhampton. 20 degrees in Brisbane. In New South Wales - sunny in Coffs Harbour. A possible shower in Orange. Sunny in Sydney. Partly cloudy for Canberra. Showers in Wagga Wagga. Partly cloudy in Mildura. A few showers in Warrnambool. Showers in Melbourne. Fine in Launceston. Showers in Hobart. Showers in Mount Gambier. A rainy 17 in Adelaide. Mostly sunny in Alice Springs. Sunny in Darwin. And in WA - storms in Albany. Showers easing in Perth. Sunny in Karratha and Exmouth. Now, this is Kris, the managing director her at Home Valley Station, one of the most knowledgable people I have ever met about this land. Kris, for people like me, the paying people who are coming along and experiencing this for the first time, what are we going to learn and do over the next six days? I don't mean to correct you, I have just promoted me from the marketing director to managing director. I gave you a promotion. What we can can expect in keeping with the Indigenous Land Corporation wishes for pastoral based tourism, offering this to our guest, we will go out on a cattle drive, walking in the same footsteps of the old pioneers, picking up the Barkly stock route. This cattle drive is something special. What are we doing today? Today is a welcome day. Getting to know your horse, a lot of Horsman ship, very important. In yourselvesing yard up there, we will be cutting out our cattle, getting the herd ready and so it's an exciting today. A lot of hard work ahead of us. It will be one of these weekends, it is not about the destination, it's about the journey. It has been fantastic so far. In fact the journey yesterday from one in your journey yesterday from journey yesterday from Kunnarra I have done a cattle drive in South Australia and I can't wait. By about 9 am, just watching you walking Bo legged. Yes. It is so painful. Just after the first day of You will be in ago You will be in agony. Thank you very much, JT, see you next half hour. Still to come this morning on Weekend Sunrise - doomsday haven? Why this town is under siege from Apocalypse believers. And horror poll - the numbers get even worse for Julia Gillard as voters flock to the man she deposed. The new Holden Series II Captiva 5 understands you work to live and live for the weekends. So it offers much more than just European good looks - like a powerful new petrol engine that'll get you a lot further without a drink. Feels small when you're parking, big when you're packing. And it's even bigger on safety, with six airbags. At only $28,990 driveaway, we've priced it just the way you want it. The new Holden Series II Captiva 5. Go better. VOICEOVER: The body thrives on movement, but pain can slow it down. Panadol Rapid is absorbed two times faster than regular Panadol tablets to relieve pain fast. The medicine in Panadol Rapid respects the body. When taken as directed, it leaves the body naturally, without building up, so it can kick, groove, shine. Because a fast-acting pain reliever should put your body first and quickly relieve the pain. (VIBRANT, BUOYANT MUSIC) SONG: # Don't think twice... # WOMAN: Your favourite Red Rooster Roast Chicken Quarter Combos now come with one of these delicious free desserts. Dinner's done and dessert's on us. # Don't think twice! # Now, the numbers don't get much worse than this for Labor. A Nielsen poll out today has the party's primary support at 27% - the lowest for any federal party in the poll's 39-year history. That gives the Coalition a crushing two-party preferred lead of 59-41%. And almost twice as many voters prefer the man Julia Gillard deposed as PM almost a year ago. Seven's political commentator Graham Richardson joins us. Richo, the PM's been urging her MPs to hold their nerve. You have been for your jog so you are all ready for this. This body hasn't seen a jog in about 25 years. You picked up the papers on your way in. I know that. in. I know that.. Thepm has been urging the members to hold their nerve. Is it likely that they can? You realise this is as bad as it You realise this is as bad as it was within a couple of New South Wales of New South Wales which was the worst result in 100 years, this result would see Labor wiped out in Sydney's western suburbs. They lost seats like Campbelltown and field, the same thick will happen federally. This is a disaster, it's seats like Campbelltown and submit

not just bad. This is Is this something of the pollie's own making by playing focus group politics as they have been of doing for a look time now, does the public round on them, any time politics as they have been accused

they attempt to take some tough actions? Probably but I think what happens, is you have to build up a level of trust. There is no level of trust. The carbon tax which is the biggest issue begins with Julia Gillard saying " saying "I won't have one" then you introduce one, the level of trust just dives. There is a competent question. The issue of pink batts is hanging over the government, the government is pictured as being incompetent Ant out of touch. The sales person ship of this government is very wanting. They keep announcing things before they have got any details. It's just pathetic. To come out and announce the Malaysia deal when you didn't have one. Was mad, and of course the carbon tax you've had 6 months of it now without any detail whatsoever. Labor has been every day by Abbott, who is very good at being an oppositionist, the whatsoever. Labor has been hammered

results don't surprise me. Julia Gillard just sits there and says hold your nerve but it's getting harder and harder to so do. If I was a basketballer, I would be advocating for some change. advocating for some advocating for advocating For Not leadership change, Just style change. It it will has to be some substantial change. This government

needs to turn itself around big time. Kevin Rudd is in the paper reflecting on his mistakes as Prime Minister, what is this all about. The first time he has ever admitted error in his 50 odd years. I it means, he looks at that top job, error in his 50 odd years. I think he has one hand on the dmap sack, saying I can twhip out. I think I would love to have another go. The walk has about your chance and my chance and that's not real big it. That's coming from a man who had his hand on the baton for many years. Thank you, Richo. While we thought the worst of the global financial crisis was behind us, the situation in Europe has this week sent shockwaves through world markets. Greece has warned it needs more emergency international loans to cover its massive debts or it may default. To discuss the implications, I'm joined by Michael Pascoe from Fairfax Media's 'Business Day'. Good morning, Michael. During the night, the German and French leaders called for a new rescue package as quickly as possible. Is this the way to go? Well, a deal has been done to off the eventual reckoning. The Well, a deal has been done to put Germans have backed down on really demanding that the bond holders take a haircut. Now it will be voluntarily. It's all being fiddled around a bit to avoid that word " around a bit to avoid that word "Default. around a bit to avoid that word "Default." The facts of the matter is, whether it's an official default, the Greeks can't afford to pay their dent, they have pension responsibilities of $ responsibilities of $1. responsibilities of $1.2 trillion. That means every worker has a debt of about about $ of about about $250,000. We will have a voluntarily haircut by extending the term of the debt. Somewhere down the tract there is a reckoning. It is being put off. The scale of the debt, it's not actually the scale of it that's the worry, the danger that other countries will then want the same deal. Greece is a tiny little economy that really doesn't matter very much in the scale of things but it has built up into a big issue for political issues. scale of things but it has been

We shouldn't be worried about it in Australia? No, it doesn't affect our economy. There is always the danger though that nerves on financial markets kick on and cause nerves in other financial markets. We have seen the We have seen the nerves already. Exactly. While we have seen it and it has rattled markets a bit. Everyone kind of knows what is happening. The Greek debt has already priced at a level, yeah, they are going to default one of these days. Everyone knows what is happening but it makes a good scary headline, the word " headline, the word "Default" countries do default from time to time. Everyone is so nervous about the fact that there is a few of them, Greece, Ireland is probable any a very similar situation, Portugal, not far behind, you add up those economies, you get Florida. It's a line that Chris Caton uses. It's isn't that big. The amount of debt involved, the world can handle. How did they manage to get it to this point though without anyone noticing? It takes a very corrupt, very inefficient, absolutely hopeless government to do it and that's what the Greeks have had. They also got a bit of help from Goldman Sachs, who helped hide them and helped hide them and when you pay people more people more you can afford to pay and tax has and tax has been voluntarily in Greece for many years, you end up going broke. It's a complete mess. It would have been better if they had been cut loose and kicked out of the Euro when it first hit the fan, now there's political face involved, they have to do a deal. It will be washed out of the system. Thank you very much for putting it into perspective for us. If you thought the apocalypse was the ultimate threat to us all, think again. Seems it's got nothing on the doomsday crowds. Thousands of them have started descending on the small village of Bugarach in southern France. They reckon it'll be the only safe place, when the so-called 2012 apocalypse comes. Our man in Europe, Martin Frizell has more. Welcome, Martin. Why do these people think Bugarach is so safe? Yeah, as you say, it is pronounced Bugarach and it is a mountain that dominates a small village. It's known as the magic mountain. It's unusual because it's like an upside down mountains in that the layers of rock are hold older than the layers of rock at the bottom. This has led to mystical feelings around it and for centuries people have wondered what is going on there. Jewels burn used it as the setting for the even used it as the setting for the entrance of the centre of the are entrance of the centre of the entrance of the centre of the earth. It's even suggested that the lost people of Atlantis could be down there. It's full of caves. But the latest one, the daddy of them all, currently as we speak this morning, there are space aliens inside it because it is a garage for space aliens and when the world ends next Christmas, 2012, if you are lucky enough to be there with the space alien, you can blast off together from where they came from. Where do they park their UFOs when they visit now we know. It sounds like magic mountain may be covered in magic mushrooms. OK, now the French government is so concerned, it's put out an alert? That's right. They are treating this quite seriously because there are quite a few, several hundreds people, mainly American, at least 6 groups of them, dotted around the mountain, building bunkers into the place ready for the big day itself. What the French are particularly concerned about is that this could become some kind of suicide pact. A bit like Waco in Texas all those years ago. So, they are going down there and trying to stop more people coming. Of course they think it always leads to scammers as well, you can buy all sorts of batisms of special water or special charts. People are making quite a bit of money out of this. It's hard to understand how scammers would be attracted to an upside down mountain which doubles as a garage for aliens. I will say one thing, the sad thing is, all these people tlat aliens meet. Why it is are the nutters they have met, why not Elle meet. Why it is are the nutters that McPherson, they don't want Danni Minogue, do they. There needs to be a sci-fi movie about that. If they have a French watchdog on that, what is that a poodle? Next - news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise on the Seven Network. NARRATOR: Once, there was a little girl named Laura...

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to appeal to the Indonesian President to grant Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan clemency. The Indonesian Supreme Court has rejected the 27-year-old's final appeal against the death sentence for his involvement in the 2005 attempt to smuggle heroin out of Bali. Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop says the decision is a sobering reminder for all Australians to abide by the laws of other countries. Chan's lawyers admit they are shocked by the outcome. Australian voters appear to be racing back to support Kevin Rudd with a new poll showing he is the preferred Labor leader. The latest Nielsen poll shows support for Kevin Rudd sitting at 60% compared to Julia Gillard's 31%. The ALP's primary vote has also sunk to a historical low, falling to just 27%. It's better news for the Coalition, though. On a two-party preferred basis the Coalition leads Labor by 59 to 41%. Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says Prime Minister Julia Gillard has finally run out of excuses for not using the Nauru detention centre. The Nauru government yesterday signed the United Nations Refugee Convention. The Government has refused to consider sending asylum seekers to the Pacific island nation because it hadn't signed the agreement. A spokesman for Immigration Minister Chris Bowen says the Government remains committed to the asylum seeker swap deal with Malaysia. Malaysia is not a signatory to the UN Convention. Bert Newton is expected to make a full recovery from pneumonia and is eagerly awaiting his return to work. The 72-year-old star of stage and screen is resting up in a Melbourne hospital after becoming ill. It's believed he came down with pneumonia after contracting it from his granddaughter. They don't know what the time frame is for Bert's recovery, once you get over the pneumonia you have to build up your strength again. Bert is scheduled to perform in the stage show 'Wicked' in Perth next week. Parts of China are in the grip of some of the worst flooding for more than 50 years. In the past fortnight at least 170 people have either died or are listed as missing while 120,000 have been forced to evacuate their homes. Entire villages have been washed away while government authorities say landslides have toppled about 2,500 homes. Forecasters say there's no immediate end in sight to the torrential rain lashing the east and south. Meanwhile, France is in the grip of its worst drought in 50 years. French farmers can usually rely on more than 50mm of rain a month in spring however, just 40mm has fallen in the three months to the end of May. , Sorry, just to interrupt you, Bert's evil granddaughter is off the Latest reports is they evil granddaughter is off the hook. swine flu which he cracked from too much ham acting. So you are off the Latest reports is they say it's

hook, little one. You might be at risk of that too. Careful. I will get bovine flu for to I will get bovine flu for to much BS. That was a brilliant Chinese burn you just did. securing a much-needed 30-point win over the Adelaide Crows. It took the Doggies until the third term to grind down their opposition but once they found momentum, they couldn't be stopped. The full time score, 100-70. South Sydney coach John Lang is singing the praises of monster forward Dave Taylor after he played a starring role in the Rabbitohs' 31-8 win over the Gold Coast Titans in the NRL overnight. He's probably the most talented forward I've ever seen. And the Broncos rolled defending premiers St George Illawarra at Suncorp Stadium, 21-14 It's the Dragons' second loss in as many weeks. A disappointing finish in the Super Rugby comp for the Melbourne Rebels, going down against the Western Force in the dying minutes. The scoreboard was locked up at 24-24 with just minutes remaining before the Force slotted a penalty goal. Despite the loss, the Rebels are labelling their inaugural season a success. Extremely proud. That's the sort of spirit that we have just played consistently throughout the season. Meanwhile, the Blues earnt themselves a spot in the play-offs, bringing down the Highlanders 33-16. Thomas de Gendt has held off strong competition during the final climb of the day But the yellow jersey is still in the hands of Damiano Cunego, who made the gruelling 222 kilometre ride look easy. And 2-time V8 Supercars champion Jamie Whincup is backing himself to claim victory in Darwin this afternoon, after finishing fastest in practice. Whincup's dismissed a challenge from rival Holden driver Jason Bright, saying his form isn't all it's talked up to be. You can watch all the action unfold this afternoon here on Seven. Check your local guides. James is in James is in the Kimberley, the only man wearing a short leaved pink shirt on a Tony Squires, I put this shirt on this morning, I thought that might happen. So I brought a spare. I might get changed for the next cross. I just thought I needed to something a little bit different. There is no way that I'm going to look add rugged and tough as these stockmen, they are truly some of the best stockmen. Everything over here is so big. It's such an extraordinary place, distances are huge, the land is ancient and these vast huge, the land is ancient and these vast view, the journey to get her yesterday was just as good as arriving yesterday was just as good as arriving. Take a look at some of these pictures. We landed in Kununurra, we drove and it is just sensational driving past some of those big trees, down the Gibb River Road which is this remarkable piece of road. We had to cross this river, I have done that river crossing. There was no where near as much water. I stalled halfway through, I don't know whether I should reveal that. There was a moment there where I thought I may actually have to try and I thought I may actually have to try and swim through this crocodile infested water. I hand Valley Station where we are this morning in preparation for the infested water. I hand it to Home

heritage cattle drive. It will be sensational. Let's look at the forecast. Cold south-westerly winds in the wake of a cold front are bringing showers to south-east South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria. Showers are falling as snow on the alps. A front approaching south-west West Australia is bringing isolated showers. A high is keeping the country's interior and north clear and dry. Let's take a look at the capital cities and Brisbane can expect a fine day with a top of 20 degrees. Fine and cool conditions for the rest of the week. Into Sydney, sunny and 17 today. A cloudy week ahead. Showers forecast for Tuesday. Partly cloudy and 13 Canberra. Showers expected from Tuesday onwards. A shower or two and 16 in Melbourne. Rain will continue through to Wednesday. A morning shower and 12 in Hobart. Showers expected for the rest of the week. In Adelaide, a shower or two. A cool 14 degrees on Tuesday. Showers and 21 in Perth Looking ahead. Rainy conditions clearing Tuesday and Wednesday. And in Darwin, sunny and 28 degrees. Similar conditions over the remainder of the week. Here at Home Valley Station, talking about huge, 600,000 acres this station is. It's sort of got three purposes, owned by Land Corporation. Three purposes, purposes, owned by the Indigenous you can come here and stay, there is a whole range of options from camping to really quite nice places. It's also an Indigenous a whole range of accommodation

training ground and it's a working cattle station. So over the next 6 days, some of the guests are getting put to work as we drive some of the cattle through this beautiful Kimberley region, the stockmen behind me are going to help us out. cattle through this beautiful east

Basically we are going to do it all. In half an hour, we are going to head down to the cattle yards. I might grab some of that Billy tea and tie dooi this shirt a bit darker. That will go down better than standard pink. You can imagine what they are thinking of. You stalled in the river and now this bloke has turned up in a pink shirt. Honchts is this galah. You look Goodooga. Guns look good in that shirt, James. Thank you, Mon. I've got a quick question for you, we are heading up that way, whether

we need one car or two, I take there is no way you can get through that Gibb River Road in we need one car or two, I take it

other than a BIG 4 wheel drive s that Gibb River Road in anything that right. that right.? No, we No, we saw a forester do it. I wouldn't want to do it in anything smaller than some form of all wheel drive. The Fiat 500 won't cut it. No, if you are coming up in a few weeks, the wild flowers are just becoming more and more spectacular. This is a really great time to experience the Kimberley. It just It just looks amazing. You can borrow JTs pink shirt, drive in your Fiat and enjoy the in your Fiat and enjoy the flowers. He will still be there. I am going for the great flamingo muster. - no. Ahead this morning on Weekend Sunrise - say what? TV's best and worst blunders - thanks to a failed autocue. But next, world financial markets back on the brink. The warnings for Aussie families. That's next. Okey-doke. Cool! I think we've done a good job here. Shall we go outside and see if we can find something? Whoa! You'd be amazed how many germs live in your bathroom. Whoo! Cool. Pine O Cleen Wipes clean and kill 99.9% of germs so once you're done, germs are gone for good. Oh, you're no fun, Mum. the European Union is working out how to save one of its member countries, Greece, from running out of money. There have been scenes of anarchy in Athens as rioters clashed with police over tough spending cuts. If it ends up defaulting, some analysts fear we'll go into another global financial crisis. Greece could be the first domino. It fails, then Portugal, Spain, Belgium, the German and French banks and then the American banks, and we are in the soup just like 2009. , He disagrees with our local analyst,

Michael Pascoe. Michael Pascoe.. So do Australian families need to be ready for a recession? Joining us is Wilson Luna from 'Your Money, Your Family'. Good morning, Wilson. Many Australians are still battling after the last big financial meltdown, even though our economy fared better than most. What are we facing now? It's a 1. It's a 1.2 trillion dollar for most financial for most financial analysts, the problem at the moment, I don't think It's a 1.2 trillion dollar question

it's the current problem, it's more we know it's an aftermath of global financial crisis but we are thinking to ourselves, is it we know it's an aftermath of the

thinking to ourselves, is it just a tremor or a full blown, once we start getting the knock on effect, it will be a full blown earthquake. So we are trying to analyse that, it a problem keeping a lot of economists awake at night. We just heard myalCal Pascoe said we didn't have much to worry about here, everyone was just freaking out. Do you think that Australians have something to be worried about? I think had this happened years ago, it would have been different. On the back of our global financial crisis, we only have to look at our markets in one day. in one day 25 billion on one day, 30 billion another day. On the back of where it's coming from, I think it's an issue, I don't think it's the 1. an issue, I don't think it's the 1.2 trillion, it's the knock on effect, it can have to things like our debt, et cetera, the cost of debt et cetera, arising, mortgages going et cetera. So I think it does have a knock on effect, I agree with him in cetera, arising, mortgages going up

terms of the actual problem there is a huge in world's basis but as an overall problem f it starts knocking on, it will be So if families have market investments, should they be pulling their money out? Or just redirect their investments into what we know are very strong markets at the moment. I think it's foolish to give blampb ket type advice. Look at three main things, have a look at the time frame, look at your risk tolerance, look at diversity. If it's all con grunt with your timeframe, it may be OK to hang on. If it's not however, maybe it's a good idea at maybe rebalancing your equity prove. What do you mean if it's con grunt with your timeframe, what do you mean Historically, the Historically, the markets will bounce back, so you can afford to wait. If you are in the short term time period, you might be in a bit of trouble. A what is your other key advice to Probably, a few tips, number one, Australians? potentially, you know, be ready by having an emergency fund there, 3 to 6 months worth of savings in case of redundancy. Number 2, invest in yourself. Up skill yourself as much as you can, best piece of real estate is to invest in is between your two ears. It picks you right up, get arithmetic of debts as much as possible. That way if you walk into a recession, you have lot repayments, like we said, review your investment strategy. Have a look and review your insurance policies, to make sure you are protected during this period and number 2, you might be able to save some bucks in the process. What you are telling Australian families to, that they need to be saving, is that not going to affect things if people are not going in spending money in retail. Will that not push us further. Here is the thing at the moment, most families are tight anyway. The feedback we get from our website, families are tight anyway, we have got a great employment record at the moment, there is no spare money at the moment. Mortgages going up, groceries going up and basically, you know, energy prices going up. So my suggestion is, try and tighten a little bit more, you have a buffer my suggestion is, try and tighten up there. We are one of the richest in the world, across the board, We are one of the richest countries across the whole spectrum of Australian e, we are exceptionally rich, yet everyone's feeling the pinch. Are we just over capitalised Billion dollar question. The but reality of it is, I think we have got a two speed economy at the moment, like of we have got the mining sector and the rest of the economy. I think what is hang at the moment, we moment, we are getting different views on it according to numbers, how the numbers are getting read so I think it's a number of seeing this pan out and seeing how it looks in the long run. Alright Wilson, thank you so much. I am sure people are thinking how do we tighten up even more. That's the advice. Read Wilson's tips. Put your kids out of ski school, do a massage course and pay off the car. Coming up in just a moment - all the showbiz headlines including why Rebecca Black has suddenly pulled her absurd 'Friday' song from YouTube. And, Mel's night out. His hot Hollywood outing and plot to return to glory. Stay tuned for Tommy Taylor. SONG: # I couldn't live without your love # Now I know you really love. # of new MY DOG Fish varieties. Love them back, with the goodness The finest quality ingredients combined to create (CROWS CAW, CICADAS SING) Let me know if any of you wusses can't take it anymore. I know this is harsh, Colorbond, but it's for your own good. (THUNDER RUMBLES)

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feels like he may be going into menopause.. Rebecca Black's infamous hit song 'Friday' looks to have disappeared from the internet. What's going on? In the beginning of the year, she recorded this with a vanity outlet. She paid, a production company called Arc music factory. She became a big YouTube success, the video, it's catching, absurd, the it's catching, absurd, the video has been removed from YouTube because of a fight with art music factory. Rebecca mum's wants to control the copy right but now, the fans that love this ironic song about just having a good time can find it on the web called Vebo. She will turn 14 on 21 June. Ce, she was born in 1997, she is famous on the world wine web. I love an ironic moronic song don't you? I love an ironic moronic song don't you?. Mel Gibson has been flirting up a storm in Hollywood. And he's plotting a career comeback? Yeah, you know, the Academy Award winning director, who was quite controversial, fighting with Oksana, only with the motion picture called the Beaver, that only brought in a million dollars. He lost his agent about a year ago. Now he is out and about, flirting with 10 beautiful brunettes. He does brunettes. He doesn't have an agent but a couple inside sources say his property, the Beaver didn't make much money, it was a much money, it was a quirky dark comedy but he is out circulating and networking and you know, he has money in the bank. He has name recognition. He likes those dark haired lovelies. There he go. The Beaver amazingly good reviews. There were many Hollywood actors fighting to play the review. Any good movie won't make a hell of a lot of money in Collingwood. Next - news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise. Back in a jiffy. We believe keeping kids healthy can start with healthy hands.

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Shocker. Just... (WHISPERS) At least I offered. New Cadbury Dairy Milk Mousse. Best kept hidden. This morning - Labor's new low. More voters desert Julia Gillard as Kevin Rudd admits his mistakes as prime minister. Condemned to death - Aussie Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan loses his final appeal against the firing squad. Bert's scare - the TV legend battles a serious case of pneumonia in hospital. Also today... We'll do it live. We'll do it live! Do it live! I'll write it and we'll do it live! (LAUGHS) Oh, dear. Fury, laughter and red faces - the autocue disasters behind unscripted television madness. Then, ritzy digs - a Hollywood real estate rush shows extravagance at its best. It's Saturday 18 June 2011. Now back to Weekend Sunrise with Andrew and Monique. That's not us bait lently. The ail yef V predatorclr. I love his tail at the back They must have come direct from the upside down mountain in France. Where you request go to It's news time. Here's Jess. save yourself. Good morning. Support for the Labor Party has hit its lowest point in four decades. A Nielsen poll out today has the party's primary support at just 27% while on a two-party preferred basis the Coalition leads 59 to 41%. The results just don't surprise me. But Julia Gillard just sits there and says hold your nerve but it's getting harder and harder to so do. Voters also appear to be throwing their support back behind Kevin Rudd - who's leading as preferred Labor leader 60 to 31%. The Federal Government says it will support any bid for clemency after Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan lost his final appeal against the death penalty. The decision was made last month but was only posted on Indonesia's Supreme Court website late yesterday. Lawyers for the 27-year-old say they are shocked by the decision. Any appeal to grant clemency is now up to the Indonesian President. Fellow Bali Nine death row inmate Myuran Sukumaran is still waiting to learn the outcome of his appeal. Bert Newton is already planning getting back to work after falling ill with pneumonia. The 72-year-old was admitted to hospital in Melbourne on Thursday with a case of viral pneumonia, apparently picked-up from his infant granddaughter. Newton was supposed to be in Perth for the musical 'Wicked' which opens tomorrow. The producers of 'Wicked' say Bert will rejoin the cast once doctors give him the all-clear. Lawyers for an Australian man being questioned at our embassy in Bangkok say he wasn't aware police were interested in him when he left Australia. Adam Freeman, the son of deceased Kings Cross identity George Freeman, handed himself in yesterday. Lawyers for the 27-year-old say he took the action Freeman bought a one-way ticket to Thailand just before Christmas, not long after two associates were arrested in connection with a 20 kilogram ecstasy haul. The dreams just keep coming true for talent show star Susan Boyle with the singer soon to have her own musical. The stage show will be named after the song that shot her to fame on 'Britain's Got Talent' - 'I Dreamed a Dream'. The musical will tour internationally from next year. Boyle says she never thought her life story would end up on stage. A zookeeper in Austria has taken on the role as mum for these leopard cubs. The babies' mother isn't producing milk so the cubs have been taken to their keepers home for some special attention. They've even got a new playmate - the family dog, who doesn't seem to mind their playing. When the cubs are bigger, they will be returned to the zoo. Wouldn't you love to take one of those home with you? Until they grow up

As lodge as they don't grow. I do like a bit of leopard print. Money could take one home tonight. That's why I That's why I wore it, it is to prove I would be a good mother to the leopard cups r cubs How many tiger cubs in that outfit. Faux. They continue find homes for all of them, so, you know... them, so, you know.... I've got a great suction, when Bert recovers, he could take on the lead role in the knew Susan Boyle musical. If he just slipped a wig on, he could just slipped a wig on, he could be Susan Boyle. Perfect. Moving on. Go to sport. Wicked, the story of an evil granddaughter who infects her grandfather. Can we amphetamine get a great boiling pot of water for those ail ans they are great eating. That unusual thing on the faces of Western Bulldogs fans this morning is a smile after a 30-point win over the Adelaide Crows at Etihad Stadium. It was the Crows applying the pressure early with a 6-goal opening term and a 22-point lead at quarter time. But the Bulldogs chipped away, grabbing the lead in the third term. They hung on before pushing it out to five goals by the final siren. Full credit to the group, really, for their character. One game from eight and then being four goals down, you could easily have your world cave in, but they didn't, they stuck at it so that was very pleasing. While the win has taken pressure off Rodney Eade, Neil Craig's future remains uncertain at the Crows. Origin affected, maybe, but still an NRL thriller at Suncorp Stadium overnight. Inspirational skipper Darren Lockyer led the Brisbane Broncos to a 21-14 win over defending premiers St George Illawarra. The already depleted Dragons were dealt more pain, losing captain Ben Hornby to an ankle injury as the fired-up Broncos did the job on their home turf. COMMENTATOR: There's the champion on cue again! (WHISTLE BLOWS) Darren Lockyer puts them seven in front. In the other game, Rabbitohs wrecking ball Dave Taylor was in full swing, setting up two tries to ensure a 31-8 victory for South Sydney over the Titans. But the Bunnies' night wasn't all good with hooker Nathan Peats put on report for pulling Ryan James's abundant hair. Minutes later, James suffered a possibly season-ending knee injury. A late penalty goal from 48 metres out has given the Western Force a 3-point win over the Melbourne Rebels, And it's do or die for the Waratahs tonight as they look to beat the Brumbies to secure a spot in the finals. Big-hitting Sam Stosur's being tipped as our best chance of breaking a 9-year Grand Slam drought after the release of the Wimbledon draw. Stosur kicks off her campaign against Melinda Czink while Jelena Dokic takes on French Open runner-up Francesca Schiavone. Lleyton Hewitt's been given the all-clear to play. He's drawn Japan's Kei Nishikori. Jamie Whincup will be looking to extend his lead in the V8 Supercar series as qualifying gets under way in Darwin this morning. The 2-time V8 champion clocked the fastest time in practice for the 120 kilometre race. You can catch all the action right here on Seven this afternoon. Check your local guides. Beretts will be live from the V8s for Weekend Sunrise tomorrow. Thank you very much, sir. Two first names! Two first names!. Yeah, you got girls' hair, Ryan, is it James? So moving right along, Yeah, you got girls' hair, Ryan, or weather time. Yes, James, is in the Kim were list. What are you up to, are you about to head off? Very soon, look what a bit of peer pressure will do. Outfit change. He crumbled. He crumbled.. Do you know what, they already know that you are a pink shirt wearer. Well, hang on, because, we are doing this heritage cattle muster, Cyril, said I want to said I want to swap jobs, I said pal, we can do that, it starts by swapping shirts. Good look, Cyril. That's only part of the test. To put on the clothes that the wardrobe department make you put on. The other part is actually reading the weather. So, Cyril, we are going to break this up. You are doing Queensland, I think you should do WA as well. So, why don't we have a look at the regional fly around. Are you ready? you ready?? Here we go. Here we go.. On the regional fly-around - fine and dry in Cairns. A fine 20 degrees in Mackay. Fine in Rockhampton. 20 degrees in Brisbane. sunny in Coffs Harbour. A possible shower in Orange. Sunny in Sydney. Partly cloudy for Canberra. Showers in Wagga Wagga. Partly cloudy in Mildura. A few showers in Warrnambool. Showers in Melbourne. Fine in Launceston. Showers in Hobart. Showers in Mount Gambier. A rainy 17 in Adelaide. Mostly sunny in Alice Springs. Sunny in Darwin. And in WA - storms in Albany. Showers easing in Perth. Sunny in Karratha and Exmouth. Very nice. What about a round of applause. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE). Well done, Cyril. Good ow on you make. My guess is Cyril has done a bet are impersonation of a weather reader than you will do of a stockman. That's right. We are in very safe hands. Another man is JR. JR, thank you for having us along this morning. Our pleasure to have your company here. This cattle drive, why do we actually do this, what is the purpose? The company being the up Indigenous land corporation are very passionate about introducing the stock drive. They are wanting the stockmen to open up the path. Plus invite guests. Untapped potential. Do the Indigenous stockmen have to be able to wear a pink shirt the way that Cyril does I didn't know him. Modelling it there Excellent. The morning is getting to know your horse type of morning. The guests will come down here, there will be an induction, their sense of responsibility in handling the horses, just a general run through of the cattle handling procedures and what we have to contend with. We have to control the speed and the direction of the cattle. We use this cattle. We use this term coacher mob, they are the quiet cattle we have been preparing for this drive. We are going to walk them mob, they are the quiet cattle that

through the countryside n an attempt to try and gather some scrub cattle to join this quiet herd. It's a bit of a mission. It will be so fun. I met the other guests last night. Everyone is so pumped to do this. So this they are going to come down, get fitted to their horse and we move pumped to do this. So this morning

off from here. Thank you off from here. Thank off from here. Thank you for having me along. A pleasure to A pleasure to have your company. Cyril, what a legend. A very good job, don't steal it. job, don't steal it.. See you in half an hour. TV legend Bert Newton has spent the night in a Melbourne hospital, battling a serious bout of pneumonia. The 72-year-old caught the nasty chest infection, from his young granddaughter. Entertainment guru Peter Ford is in Melbourne with the latest. Peter, how is Bert this morning? Well, as well as can be expected. All those klich as. It is a series illness. But he is not on the critical list. He is not gravely ill. He is not going to cashing it. He will bounce back but how long that will be remains to be seen. You know, he is 73 years old, he has a birthday coming up next month. I don't think he will be on stage in Perth for a couple of weeks. That is just my tip, no inside word. Once he gets over the pneumonia, then you do have to rebuild your strength. I have been handed something, unfortunately Bert is doing OK but his hair piece was declared dead on arrival. We saw some early signs of it in the that earlier. He is listening to the radio, drinking Diet Coke. I am sure he is frustrated not team to get back to work. He had a commitment in Perth, clearly first and foremost he has to get will. He has a number of commitments on stay, can they stay on whold while he recovers. There is always a understudy ready to go on. But, to go on. But,'Wicked' opens in Perth to go on. But,'Wicked' opens in Perth tomorrow. That won't change. Perth will get back there as soon as he can. He is a man with incredible energy. He is one of those people who really likes to be busy. He doesn't like to be sitting around doing nothing. So I am sure, lying in a hospital bed is certainly not his idea of good fun. Indeed. We have heard that the at the end of the bed that normally says nil by mouth says no more ham. Indeed. We have heard that the card

So there we go. Our very best to Bert and thank you for the update. Peter. Thank you, Andrew. Get well soon, Bert. As most Australians shiver through the winter months a word of warning, things could be getting much cooler. According to three studies presented by scientists in the US, the sun is heading into a hibernation of sorts. Researchers say it has to do with sun spots dying down. They predict as these sunspots vanish, the earth could experience a cooling period. Astronomer David Nicholls from the Mount Stromlo Observatory is the man in know. He joins us now, from our Canberra studio. Good morning to you. The idea that the sun could cause global cooling is not as bizarre as it sounds. We have had a similar kind of experience, 300 years ago, with the little ice age. Good morning, Monique. Yes, well, the little ice age is one of those things which is how long is a piece of string. If you take the definition, it went from 1550 to 1850, the period which correspond ends to the same sort of behaviour with sun spots, they sort of disappeared for a period, was only about 50 years. So, it's rather hard to say one caused the other. There is probably an association but you can't be sure that the lack of sun spots was the actual cause for the ice What are sun spots and how do they affect our climate? Well, it's an interesting question. I mean, it's a challenge to answer it quickly. They are perhaps the best approach is to take a historical approach. Western scientists when they discovered how interesting the telescope was back in 1600. They pointed at lots of things, they point the it he is sun. But they discovered one way or another that the sun had spots on the surface. These little dark patches, somewhere in the disc of the sun, little marks. Which upset their philosophy about the sun being perfect. Anyway, they watched these things and they started in good scientific form to count them. We have got some hundreds of years of sun spot numbers. They go up and down every 11 years or there abouts. Not always 11, sometimes 10, sometimes as much as 13. They are associated with magnetic disturbances on the local - by local, something about the the earth, which is not tiny, and they are - they are big. The sun local, something about the size of

spots are areas where there's less heat coming out but where they occur and why they occur where they do is very poorly understood. There are currents underneath the surface of the sun which we can detect by modern sophisticated methods. We are learning a huge amount about the sun than we learned earlier. Only in the last 30 years or so have we really been studying it find out things we know now. Most of what we got before the mid 20th century has just counts at sun spots numbers. These are dig disturbances on the sun, they cause energy out flows. This seems to affect the earth, the climate of the earth is affected by the sun spots. Fantastic, David, I mean, we are not saying that it's the end of global warming though. We just might saying that it's the end of the experience a little cooler spots on the sun? It's hard to say. Even - the three studies you mentioned, said well looks like we are going into a maximum - it's a bit lower than studies you mentioned, said well it

average but we have never observed one of these things in modern times. Maybe we are just going into a slightly lower than average one. What we are seeing now is just a symptom of what a lower maximum looks like. Right. They have been very fairly high in the last few decades. But It looks like we are going into a lower one and but they are extrapolating a bit if they say we are going into a no sun spot season. But, so, suffice to say, it's very OK. unlikely even if it happens, that it will substantially affect the climate. OK, David, thank you so much for your time. We won't put away the winter Woollies just yet. Not in Canberra. No, certainly not. No, certainly not.. I love astronomies I love when they break it down and say the sun is big. Even the little ig bits are as big as the earth. There you go. Still to come this morning on Weekend Sunrise - condemned to death. Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan loses his final appeal against the firing squad. And workplace comfort - colleagues turning to each other for a shoulder to cry on rather than family. Stay with us. (SOFT MUSIC) VOICEOVER: Frustrated when baked-on food isn't cleaned away? Finish Quantum uses unique three-chamber technology and new cleansing microbeads to target even the toughest baked-on stains. It's only dishwashing, but you deserve a brilliant shine every dish, every time. Quantum, with new targeted cleaning, proudly voted dishwashing Product of the Year. Thanks. Take that. Oh, cheers, mate. No worries. Shout a mate with McDonald's new Mates Brekkie Box. Share two of your favourite McMuffins, golden hash browns and creamy Espresso Prontos for only $9.95. More than you expect at McDonald's. Next week on Seven, the Facebook

wedding. Everything was paid for by total stagers. See you for breakfast on Sunrise. Welcome back. Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan has lost his final appeal against the death penalty. The Australian's only chance now of avoiding the firing squad is a plea for clemency to the Indonesian President. It's over to our Weekend All Stars, author Tim Ross and social commentator Prue MacSween. Good morning to you both. Prue, Chan's appeal was supported by the prison governor who says he's now a model prisoner. Does he deserve this sentence? Well, it's interesting, isn't it? How these people find God and all these things after they get caught. In this case, I hope he has been a changed man. He was a murderer as far as I'm concerned. He was the mastermind behind this drug heist and he basically potentially was going to murder going to murder thousands of kids or hundreds of kids whatever, even one life is too many. So I have little sympathy for him, sympathy for him,. I used to support the death penalty, I am coming around to the fact that possibly it is barbaric and frankly, being in prison in Indonesia I think wouldn't be all that nice. I would be quite happy to see him there for the rest of his life. I don't he they don't let him out. I think he has to pay for what he has done It sounds like he is heading for the death squad. Jye am not a big believer in believer in the death penalty but has played with the Indonesian system. believer in the death penalty but he

And system. And people's lives. But Abu Bakar Bashir gets 15 years, and Andrew gets life. Do and Andrew gets life. Do you think that is too tough. This is the thing. The Indonesians can do what they want, we always forget that. They have cultural differences. One of the differences is they enable us to go there and everything is cheap. That's one of the reasons why we like it. We get up in arms about what they do, we have to respect what they do is what they do. I think it's wonky and I think it's strange but we have to re spoke what they decide to their own country. If they made the same calls on us about what we do, spoke what they decide to do inside

we would be up in arms about it. It's an unfortunate thing. I don't think this bloke should be put to death but what they decide to do is their business. Yes, whether or not, you support the death penalty, is death penalty, is almost irrelevant, you just have to play by the of the country you are in. you just have to play by the rules As not as if you don't know. It's not as if you don't know. They are stupid fools. It's very, very tough A study's found growing numbers of workers are confiding in their colleagues rather than loved ones. though. I will finish telling you that story about how I have a headache Her husband doesn't understand. I have to come here and talk to Andrew. That's how hard up I am. The research, by a UK-based printer company, found one in five respondents feels closer to co-workers than their other half. The research by UK based printer company. This is hardly Oxford University, is Prue, we're spending more and more time at work, are you surprised by this? it? I think we spend so much time at work. It's really sad work. It's really sad when you go out on a Saturday night, you see couples in a restaurant. They don't speak to each other. Isn't it. It's so awful, you feel like striking up conversation with them I think it's one of the saddest things you can see. Our problems were cast in these roles, we don't always talk to each other, too busy doing other things. So we tend to go to our work colleagues. They may be undergoing a vow of violence. Funly enough, I have always had this Mrs Robinson's mother going on, Prue, you know Come and sit on my lap, baby. Prue, you know what, Come and sit on my lap, baby.. # I Will Always Love You # It starts with one UK based printer company. I got every one of your fillings then.. Did you have to have garlic last night. He has only been a father two weeks and look what happens. Thank you, Timothy and thank you, Prudence. We will be continuing things in the break. Don't go anywhere I am glass I am glad it was you. You are next. You are next.. Coming up on Weekend Sunrise - nice digs - extreme extravagance on show as celebrities go on a Hollywood real estate rush. And teleprompter tantrums - the autocue meltdowns behind some of TV's worst blunders. Tim, get off her. Do it klf? Do it live. Mmm. How good is this chicken? Mmm. VOICEOVER: Succulent, lightly crumbed 100% chicken breast. Now being served on the new premium chicken schnitzel and chicken parmigiana subs. Make them your way at Subway Restaurants. (AMBIENT MUSIC PLAYS) VOICEOVER: Experience new AIR WICK Scented Oils from our Touch of Luxury collection, with essential oils bursting with luxurious fragrances. New AIR WICK Scented Oils. Wrap the whole room with indulgent scent, like Crackling Fire and Cinnamon Spice. (DOORBELL RINGS) The new Touch of Luxury collection. If you just joined us, you missed it. Wow. Rosso and Prue. Love lovers. You know, yes, they had that going on I reckon the whole time, their arguments, it's all faux. He almost gave her a lip Chinese burn. News time, here is Jess. Primary support for the Federal Government According to the latest Nielsen poll, the Coalition's primary vote rose two points, giving it a two party-preferred lead over Labor of 59% to 41%. It's the Coalition's biggest lead since May 1996. The news also isn't great for Julia Gillard, with voters now flocking back towards Kevin Rudd as preferred Labor leader. There's gotta be some substantial change. This Government needs to turn itself around, big-time. Kevin Rudd has 60% compared to Ms Gillard's 31%. Lawyers for Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan say they're shocked his final appeal against the death sentence has been rejected. The decision was made last month but only posted on Indonesia's Supreme Court website late yesterday. The court ruled there was no obvious error in the original decision. Andrew Chan's last hope now rests with an appeal for clemency to Indonesia's President. Fellow Bali Nine death row inmate Myuran Sukumaran is still waiting to learn the outcome of his appeal. It's been revealed the Labor Party has failed to stop seeking thousands of dollars worth of political donations from a major tobacco company. Six new letters have emerged sent from Sports Minister Mark Arbib when he was the secretary of the New South Wales ALP. The documents reportedly invited a senior tobacco executive to spend thousands of dollars on tickets for a fundraiser. It comes as Government was forced to explain another fundraising request sent to the same company in 2005 - a year after Labor banned tobacco donations. A house in Melbourne has been gutted by fire during the night. Fire crews were called to the 2-storey home at Bayswater North, east of Melbourne to find the building engulfed in flames. The firefighters managed to get inside the home to extinguish the blaze. On arrival our crews found that the top floor had flames coming out the windows. Um, than