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(generated from captions) This morning - home and handcuffed - arrives back in Australia. the accused collar-bomb hoaxer Wipe out of the blue - an out-of-control NASA satellite we're keeping a close eye on as it comes crashing down to earth. trying, then buying online. how retailers plan to stop people Also today - the money country - they'll become millionaires. why more Aussies reckon the pet duck, like no other. 2011. Welcome to Saturday 24 September This is Weekend Sunrise. and Samantha Armytage. here's Andrew O'Keefe If you were naming a duck, I'm just ,

thinking about our duck story coming up. Would you name it Star? I love this story, it's a great beautiful story. Daffy would have come to mind. Daffy. Jemima. I think Star is a nice name. It is obviously the star in his life. It's not very country England, is it, the name Star. I would have thought Ernie or something like that. He is a Star duck. Instead of Starbucks. Anyway. Alright, so, Let us know your thoughts, what have you named your duck. I hope you're still with us. for footy fans - Also today - what a massive night in an AFL thriller. Collingwood downing the Hawks Jess and I were on the couch with a case of VB. a spot in the NRL Grand Final, And the Manly Sea Eagles booked downing the Broncos in Sydney. Plus, before they were famous - to cleaning pools - from waiting tables not-so-glamorous early jobs. the stars' from Jessica Rowe. But let's begin with the latest news Good morning, Jess. Good morning. the Maddie Pulver collar-bomb hoax The man accused of from the US - has arrived back in Sydney touching down a short time ago. on a Qantas commercial service. Paul Douglas Peters was flown home to clear his name His US lawyer says he's keen and return to America. has his three daughters I believe as long as Mr Peters here in the United States, to have a root here he's certainly going where he will want to return with his daughters and his ex-wife. and certainly maintain contact of charges, including kidnapping. The 50-year-old is facing a range has hired Prime Minister Julia Gillard a former strategist for Tony Blair her government. in a bid to help rescue director of political operations John McTernan was the former UK PM's the scenes of the Kevin 07 campaign. and was also the man behind of communications. as the new director to turn the PM's fortunes around. It's hoped he will be able will have to take action soon Market analysts say the Reserve Bank to protect the Australian economy. lost another 1.6% - Yesterday, our stock market that's about $18 billion in value. of a double-dip recession The falls are being driven by fears in the US and Europe. dragged down To make sure that we don't get by the rest of the world, cut interest rates. we will have to see the Reserve Bank have fallen 23%. Since August, Australian shares Checking the latest figures now - slightly, closing up 37 points. the Dow Jones has recovered The Nasdaq gained 27 points. both ended the week higher. And the FT100 and Germany's Dax To the commodities: west of Sydney, Residents in the Blue Mountains, on the look-out for firebugs. are being urged to remain and a 13-year-old were charged Last night, a 19-year-old in the area. with allegedly starting bushfires Police say of lighting some of the fires. the two teens are only accused to remain quite vigilant The community needs suspicious vehicles and people. about suspicious behaviour, conditional bail The teenagers have been granted to face court next month. British student Meredith Kercher say The family of murdered enters its final stages. as her accused killers' court battle of finding out Amanda Knox is now within days decades behind bars or walk free. if she will spend the next two Her face is known around the world. For the last 10 months, Amanda Knox's conviction has been the subject of an appeal, today, the 24 career old American student was in court as her appeal hearing and that of 26-year-old Raffaele, it was for the brutal murder of Meredith Kercher that Knox was convicted. Meredith had been killed in the flat she shared with Knox. Her family have rarely spoken publically about the case, but now for an interview, her sister and mother spoke of their agony since Meredith's debt. In these four years, Meredith has been completely forgotten says her sister. But we need to find justice for her. We need to find the truth for her. There's not much of her in the media. The focus has completely moved away from my sister. Despair is mix with hope for the family of Amanda Knox after the appeal heard that DNA evidence was flawed. She sees everything good positive now, the truth is finally coming out. So that's good. Today is to be hard because again she has to out. So that's good. Today is going listen to people say horrible, untrue things about her. Two families in agony wait. The judgment is due in the coming weeks. weeks.. judgment is due in the coming

of the World' phone-hacking scandal Lawyers for victims of the 'News in the US. are planning to take action News Corp could take responsibility News International's US subsidiary at the former newspaper - for practices which took place of government officials. including the alleged bribing broke both British and American law. Lawyers are claiming the scandal here's Simon Reeve. And now with sport, It's getting exciting Last night was a nail biter, wrong team won but we will talk about in the AFL decider, Collingwood have booked a place in a thrilling Preliminary Final beating Hawthorn game of the season. and probably the best The Hawks seemed to have the answers with a 17-point lead. as they went into the final term of intense pressure, But after three quarters to within a kick Collingwood got back a brilliant Travis Cloke with goals to Chris Dawes, and Leon Davis. the Pies hit the front. When Cloke kicked his third, though, It wasn't the end of Hawthorn, what he does best. with Lance Franklin doing COMMENTATOR: Here comes Buddy, wheels around, gathers the football... Ooohhh, he's got it! He's kicked a goal! But there was one final twist Finals football has its heroics... both sides and somewhere or another, there's always something that gets dragged out. And you know, we were very, very happy to have dragged out at the right time. Collingwood will defend their flag against Geelong or West Coast who meet today at the MCG. Manly has ended Brisbane's hopes of a fairytale finish for out-going skipper Darren Lockyer, carving up the Broncos during their Preliminary Final at the SFS. The Sea Eagles got away to a superb start with an early penalty allowing Matt Ballin the chance to crash over. That triggered a try-scoring run for Manly with both John Hopoate and Brett Stewart going over. The Broncos finally got on the board when Jharal Yow Yeh touched down and they went into the break only trailing by 12. But without Lockyer's organisation, the Broncos' best effort just wasn't enough as the 2008 premiers ran away with the game and into the decider. We're all disappointed with the result...but... it's not the end of the world. But the Sea Eagles have some headaches ahead this week with Steve Matai and Tony Williams on report. The Wallabies recorded their biggest-ever win over the United States in their World Cup pool match overnight. But the 67-5 victory has come at a horrific price Kurtley Beale and Wycliff Palu have hamstring problems, Rob Horne fractured his cheekbone, Pat McCabe dislocated his shoulder and Anthony Faingaa was knocked out cold after copping a knee to the head in the dying seconds. The injury crisis means Robbie Deans looks set to call in reinforcements from Australia. We saw big Radike on the wing and he got a try but we'll obviously go away, we'll assess and we'll go from there. The good news is the Wallabies only need to account for lowly Russia What a night of sport. What a mess. Their, the Wallabies, that was such a shame. They really did play well last night. Indeed. Look, they have got time on their hands, that's the good thing about with a week between matches and stuff You don't want to go in without the Bocks without Kurtley Beale. Yeah, do you, ladies, you just don't want to meet the Bocks without Beale and cliff Palu, not to mention Tony. Nair. You have to be at your best. If I mention the name Ritchie McGaw, will that get you excited No, we are pro-Wallabies World Cup time. No, we are pro-Wallabies during World Cup time.. Time for weather now with James Tobin. James, good morning. Good morning, there was so much footy on last night but I know that a huge amount of Australia was tuned into to'Better Homes & Gardens' and if the show finished and you didn't have enough, look at Homes & Gardens', live. It was on all day yesterday. It's on all day have enough, look at this.'Better

today and tomorrow, gates open at 10 am. Not too many people here just yet. The Weekend Sunrise weather fan club, morning Judy and great to have you back again. Just super keen. Super keen. Here over the whole weekend, all of the stars Homes & Gardens' here. I weekend, all of the stars of'Better have got some vision from yesterday. It is massive. This show started Homes & Gardens' here. I think we

last year. This year it's about 30% bigger. There are about 320 exhibit ors as well as all the stars, Graham Ross, Dr Harry, Rob Palmer, Tara, fast Ed, they will all be here over the weekend. You can chat with them. Fast Ed will be on the show. In half an hour's time we will be hanging out with the little baby animals from the petting zoochlt that's where you can put the kids, they can hang out with the animals and you can go and explore. Let's look at the weather forth the weather for the first time this morning. On the regional fly-around - in Cairns, fine today. Fine in Mackay. Fine in Bundaberg. Possible late showers for Brisbane. Chance of a shower in Tamworth. A shower or two in Sydney. A few showers and 15 in Canberra. Mostly sunny in Wagga Wagga. Sunny in Mildura. A shower or two in Melbourne. Early frost and a possible shower in Launceston. And a few showers in Hobart. A shower or two in Mount Gambier. Mainly fine in Adelaide. Sunny and hazy in Alice Springs. Mostly sunny for Darwin. And in WA - partly cloudy for Bunbury. Mostly sunny in Perth. Sunny in Broome. Sunny for Exmouth. Now, you've heard of the Nissan Leave, the electric carbon tax one step further this morning, this is how I got here. This is my fully green car. Isn't it Isn't it great. It doesn't take fuel. You just need to keep on watering. As Neil mentioned, it's a little bit like, if you remember kheech and Chong, it is like a car they used to drive around in Isn't it a great looking mobile, JT? Isn't it great. Awesome. These are not part of the petting zoo but these are great little creatures. We will see you in half an hour with babyalpack whies lardgess, rabbits, it will be great. Awesome. Do they normally keep a fewalpack whies aAlpaccas. We have got it all, ducks. Just ahead this morning on Weekend Sunrise - crashing down - the dead, out-of-control satellite slamming back to earth. So where will it hit? As the world teeters on the edge of another financial disaster, Britain has lashed out at other European nations, warning time is running out to stop the crisis spreading across the globe. Yesterday, the Australian share market closed firmly in the red but hasn't been anywhere near as bad as overseas markets. , Red lights are flashing. Warning markets will keep falling if the politicss don't get a grip, so some might say a little too late, they have set a have set a deadline. 6 weeks to safe the Euro. 6 weeks for the Eurozone to agree a plan they hope will see of on global economic collapse I think it is weeks now, not months. They have got to sort out their problems, they have to make their single currency work. They've got to deal with this debt crisis. It's the Eurozone that is at the epicentre and Britain and Mark and other countries are going to suffer if Eurozone countries don't get their act together. But will Britain have to slow the cuts and go for plan B? We have set out our plans how we are going to spend, how we are going to deal with our deficit. We We have set out our plans how much

are sticking to that plan. In London, the Fitz did eventually finish ever so sleetly up. But it's has only had one other week worse than this all year. It's getting urgent. The message from those in charge. There are dark clouds over Europe and there is huge uncertainty in United States. With that, we could risk a collapse in global demand. So and there is huge uncertainty in the

what? Let's remove the what? Let's remove the cloudsan the uncertainty. Easier said than what? Let's remove the cloudsan lift done and it requires clearly a collective action. But inactions is just what frightening the markets. We areing coming to the end of the But inactions is just what is

road. A decision needs to be made, whether that involves kicking a member state out of member state out of the Eurozone, a break up of the Euro, or something, else. The Prime Minister last night in Canada warned the global economy was close to staring down a barrel but back home, Labor doubted he could fix it here The problem is, the Prime Minister may have woken up to the crisis but he doesn't have a plan to deal with it. Will the European economy be stronger in 6 months, they are not sure the rescue fund is up to sure the rescue fund is up to the task. With so much task. With so much gloomy economic news and uncertainty, who is to say the politicians have got that much time to play with. A dead six-tonne NASA satellite is expected to crash into Earth within the next few hours. Experts say the out-of-control climate satellite is the size of a bus and the biggest to hit our planet in 30 years. For the latest, we're joined by Dr Charles Lineweaver who is an astrophysicist at the Australian National University Good morning. Charles, firstly, what do we know about this NASA satellite? Well, we know that it's going to come down as you said

either in about between noon and come down as you said sometime about 8pm today but we don't know exactly where. It's in orbit. It's travelling at 25,000 km/h around the earth. If here is the earth, it's going something like this. going something like this. Going around like this and the earth is earth. If here is the earth, it's

rotating around it. So it is going to land somewhere here or not but not at the pole, not here. If you are safe - if you are safe at North Pole you are safe but the chances of it hitting any person or are safe - if you are safe at the

injuring, anybody, has why has estimated in about 1 part in 3,000, estimated in about 1 part in 3,000,. That's still a fairly high chance don't you think stchlt That's still a fairly high chance don't you think stchlt That's of hitting of any 7 people. The chance of it hitting you That's of hitting of any 7 billion is about one in 3 trillion. It's the it is probably going to land in the most highly populated part of the earth. 70% of that area is ocean and 30% is land. That is re assuring. That is re assuring. Presumably to calculate where it is going to land, land.

you have to look at the speed of

spinning, this is a thighly complex calculation you have to look at the speed of the

Well, none of the factors that you just mentioned are very hard to calculate. What is the major problem and it's kind of like calculating where a ball will land on a field Yes The problem is that the sun is variable, so it makes the atmosphere puff up and go down. When it puffs up, that creates more friction and then it will land sooner. It seems that the sun's shine has gone down a tiny bit. That makes the atmosphere contract a little bit and that makes the satellite last a bit longer. we used to think it will come downright about now, but yesterday, the satellite last a bit longer. So

according to the latest has why update which comes every few hours now, it won't be until afternoon today. So sometime between noon today. So sometime between noon and 8pm. Dam that sun and it's propensity to flare. If it did land in a populated zone. I don't want to be alarmist, if it did, I mean, how much damage would it cause? How much of this satellite would actually reach the earth's surface. Well, 90% of it will burn up. When you go out and see a meteor showers, you are seeing little grains of sand burning up. This satellite is as big as a bus, but most of it will burn up in the stratosphere. Thank you forgiving the news to us straight and fingers crossed, straight and fingers crossed, lovely to have you with us this morning. Sure, thank you. Sure, thank you.. The countdown is on for Grand Finals week. For more, we're joined by Seven AFL reporter Tom Browne and Seven NRL reporter Ben Davis. Tom, like the heavyweight champions they are, Collingwood climbed off the canvas last night to overcome the Hawks in an unbelievable game of footy. It certainly was. It was really befitting of a Grand Final and to say Collingwood escaped from jail is somewhat of an under statement. There will be plenty of talking points out of last night's games. Collingwood are into next Grand Final. They get the right to Collingwood are into next week's defend their flag. They will have the right I guess, or the opportunity to play for consecutive premiership for the first time since 1935 and 1936. The other big point, that Mick Malthouse has earned a reprieve. He gets an that Mick Malthouse has earned a reprieve. He gets an extra reprieve. He gets an extra week that Mick Malthouse has earned a reprieve. He gets an extra week before they hand over the reigns Nathan Nathan Buckley. before they hand over the reigns to Nathan Buckley. The Hawks looked

like they were on early basically. They were up by

They were up by just They were up by just 1 They were up by just 1 point at quarter time. 8 points quarter time. 8 points at half time. They were up by just 1 point at

They were up by just 1 point at You You got the You got the feeling the game might have quarter time. 8 points at half time. You got the feeling the game might have

have been headed You got the feeling the game might have been headed towards have been headed towards a bit have been headed towards a bit of an You got the feeling the game might have been headed towards a bit of an upset. They

have been headed towards a bit of an upset. They edged ahead by

at upset. They edged ahead by 17 points upset. They edged ahead by 17 points at three j? at three quarter time. were at three quarter time. Collingwood were in trouble but they

were in trouble but they edged their way at three quarter time. Collingwood were in trouble but they edged their way j? way back in the last quarter. were in trouble but they edged their way back in the last quarter. They way back in the last quarter. They got

got to within 4

got to within 4 points early in last got to within 4 points early in the got to within 4 points early in the last quarter. It was a

encounter.

encounter. Buddy last quarter. It was a seesawing encounter. Buddy kicked encounter. Buddy kicked that last quarter. It was a seesawing

encounter. Buddy kicked that terrific goal and Luke terrific goa terrific goal and Luke Ball kicked encounter. Buddy kicked that terrific goal and Luke Ball kicked the winning goal

There will j? the winning goal for Collingwood. There will be plenty of There will be plenty of talking points this j? points this week, points this week, one will There will be plenty of talk

points this week, one will be whether

whether Collingwood has played whether Collingwood has played its Grand Final. Grand Final. Ben read

Grand Final. Ben read looks to have re injured his re injured

re injured his

Darren Jolly j? re injured his hamstring/groin and Darren Jolly looks to Darren Jolly looks to be injured. The other Darren Jolly looks to be injured. The other talking The other talking about is the form. They have They have been up

They have been up and down They have been up and down a bit, Simon, it will They have been up and down a Simon, it will be They have been up and down a bit, Simon, it will be interesting to see Simon, it will be interesting Simon, it will be interesting to see how they j? They will either They will either face, West Coast how they go.

They will either face,

Eagles or Geelong,

They will either face, West Coast Eagles or Geelong, what are your thoughts there? thoughts That game That game could be That game could be just as good as last That game could be just as good thoughts there?

thoughts there? last night. Geelong will go That game could be just as good as last night. Geelong will go in firm favourites, last night. Geelong will go in firm favourites, particularly favourites, particularly in regard to their very good to their very good form, weeks just keep playing well to their very good form, weeks just keep playing well so they will keep playing well so they will have to keep playing well so they will have to play they are to play they are underdogs. They will be will be buoyed by

will be buoyed by the Hawks' performance

performance last week. Geelong will be too strong I think.

Thank Thank you, Tom. Thank you, Tom. Benny, your hardly breaking this morning, breaking this morning, Manly lart night ended Brisbane's run? Mainly for Darren Lockyer. He made that call call during the week not to call during the for Darren Lockyer. He made that

call during the week not to play in this preliminary final due to

fractured

this preliminary final due to his fractured cheek bone. He had fractured cheek bone. He had three plates inserted into it on plates inserted into it on Sunday. He is rugby league's He is rugby league's modern Dayman of steel but they couldn't have helped the Prothonotary Broncos, a terrible

helped the Prothonotary Broncos, a terrible start, got Manly on the board with two tries. It just went board with two tries. It just terrible start, got Manly on the all downhill. Darren's presence was board with two tries. It just went missed all downhill. Darren's presence was missed but that start was just an absolute killer for Brisbane. To their credit,

their credit, a young, their credit, a young, young side, they did come back. It was an entertaining game. Manly will have a

big job in the Grand Final hover they play, next Sunday because there was a - the tries was a - the tries they were handed was a - the tries they because of the penalties but also brings because of the penalties but also was a - the tries they were handed

Brisbane did bomb a few. They will be there and there abouts for the next few seasons, the average age is under 23. So, they will be a powerhouse in years to come. Manly, they are into a Grand Final. They have been one of the in-form teams. They play the winner of Melbourne and have been one of the in-form teams. and the Warriors tonight. A What are your thoughts, can the They play the winner of Melbourne

What are your thoughts, can the Warriors upset the favourites. If history tells us anything, they tell us they can. They have beaten Melbourne four of the last 8 Melbourne four of the last 8 times they tell us they can. They have beaten they have won. But I think the warrior Esme have played Melbourne four of the last 8 times

Final last week. I think Final last week. I think Melbourne warrior Esme have played their Grand after the week end, it's at home, in warrior Esme have played their Grand

Melbourne, and you know, they have Final last week. I think Melbourne

had that week off to prepare and to get ready had that week off to prepare and to get ready so I think it could be a storm Manly Grand Final. Which would be a beauty. Ben, Tom, thank you very much for your

insights. Now here is Sam and Andrew. thank you very much for your

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All flights will go via Singapore, commencing in November. The sale ends 2am Friday, 30 September. And there are plenty of other deals like Adelaide to Melbourne for $69 or Newcastle to Melbourne for $79. Hit jetstar.com, or call: Let's get a news hit. Here's Jess. Good morning. The man at the centre of Sydney's collar-bomb hoax has arrived back in Australia to face charges. Paul Douglas Peters touched down a short time ago after a flight from Kentucky via Los Angeles. He was escorted on the Qantas flight by two New South Wales detectives. The 50-year-old has spent five weeks in jail in the US after being accused of strapping the fake bomb to the neck of schoolgirl Maddie Pulver. Kevin Rudd has dubbed the global economy 'a wild beast' as uncertainty continues to surround international markets. Australian share markets were dragged to a 2-year low yesterday - wiping $18 billion off the value of local stocks. World leaders are urging Europe to get its finances in order or risk pulling the rest of the world down. In a global economy, we need every country in the world to show leadership to address its problems. The Australian dollar also fell, staying around 97 US cents overnight. A Melbourne father believes a smoke alarm saved his family's life after a fire broke out inside their home last night. The alarm woke the man, alerting him to the blaze underneath the Mount Evelyn home. He was then able to get his family - including his young daughters - out in time. When firefighters arrived the home was well alight. It's now destroyed. A Sydney home will need some major repair work after a section of its front wall collapsed last night. The top part of the wall came crashing down at around 8:00, leaving a pile of bricks scattered along the front lawn. It's unclear if anyone was home at the time. Engineers are expected to arrive at the home today to assess the damage. A satellite the size of a bus is expected to crash back to earth today, possibly somewhere over Australia. The NASA satellite's orbit covers 75% of the planet. While most of it will burn-up, things like its titanium fuel tanks will survive. The odds of someone being hit are 3,200 to 1. We all think the probability of being hit by something is very low but the evidence says that that's the case. It will be the biggest piece of space junk to hit earth since Skylab crashed down in Western Australia in 1979. The Queen has added two day trips in late October. Buckingham Palace has announced the Queen will visit Brisbane and Melbourne as part of her 10-day itinerary in Australia. Accompanied by her husband, Her Majesty will touch down in Canberra before attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Perth. It's been six years since her last visit. I think she should stick I think she should stick around for the Melbourne Cup but I think that's just me I think that's subject to

I think that's subject to regulatory approval. And chairman Mao. Collingwood has produced an extraordinary comeback against the Hawks overnight to book a spot in the AFL Grand Final with a stunning 3-point win. The Magpies looked down and out going into the final term before proving again why they're the competition benchmark. With the minutes ticking away, Lance Franklin produced his best and the Hawks were back in front. as Luke Ball kicked the defending premiers into another week. COMMENTATOR: Ball puts it on he's kicked a magnificent goal out of that pocket. Tonight the Cats take on West Coast for the final spot in the decider. Manly have breezed through to the NRL Grand Final with a comfortable 12-point win over the Broncos at the SFS overnight. Matt Ballin got the Sea Eagles on the board early before the score blew out to 16-0 with tries to John Hopoate and Brett Stewart. Jharal Yow Yeh got the Broncos back in before the break scoring off a Matt Gillett bomb. But the second half was a similar story as Manly stretched their lead. but it was too late with the Sea Eagles claiming the win and spoiling the fairytale for out-going skipper Darren Lockyer. I never stopped dreaming that we could happen but I was also prepared that it might not either. Manly are sweating on the fate of Tony Williams and Steve Matai who are both on report. between New Zealand and the Storm in Melbourne tonight with Warriors coach Ivan Cleary warning his side to start well or risk being blown off the park. Australia's 67-5 thrashing of the United States in the World Cup overnight has cost them dearly with more injuries adding to the already extensive list. Kurtley Beale and Wycliff Palu came off with hamstring problems, Rob Horne fractured his cheekbone, Pat McCabe dislocated his shoulder and Anthony Faingaa was stretchered off after copping a knee to the head. The Wallabies next meet Russia to gain a quarterfinals berth. I thought his head was harder than that. He hit, some game. It's a little bit more benign and more benign and sedate where James is this morning. It's also very cute. Cute. It's also very cute.

Cute. Ducky. Cute. Everybody get involved. Where are the Kleenexes? This is part of the petting farm at'Better Homes & Gardens' show. This is where the kids can come and hang out while you check out some of the 320 exhibits. Cute, very cute little goat. Not so cute. Paging Mr Alpaca. Mr Alpaca? Yes. Note you're not very cute. But, come and hug me. It's like a dreadlocked alpaca. Hello everyone. It's like the Bob Marley of the petting zoo. It's all That's enough the Not really. Well, I am just thinking with the hair. Don't - You are about to get attacked. You are about to get attacked.. Let's look at the forecast. A front is crossing New South Wales, generating warm and strong north-west winds ahead of a cool, gusty southerly change that is moving up the coast. in the wake of the front, leading to showers. A high is keeping the remainder mostly dry. at the capital cities a possible late shower. The 5-day forecast shows there is a chance of a storm tomorrow and showers continuing until a fine day on Wednesday. Into Sydney, a shower or two today. The outlook shows rain will continue until Tuesday. Canberra will have a shower or two today. Ahead, rain will continue but temps will rise to mid-20s for the week. In Melbourne, clearing showers today. The outlook shows cloud about tomorrow and Monday with the rain back from Tuesday. Hobart will have a shower or two. Partly cloudy tomorrow with showers developing mid-week. In Adelaide, a mainly fine day. Fine tomorrow with possible showers from Monday. Mostly sunny in Perth today. But the good weather won't last with showers ahead for the week from tomorrow. And in Darwin, mostly sunny today. Looking ahead, possible showers tomorrow, with tops of 33. This one is my favourite. LA, LA, This one is my favourite. LA, LA,. Come in little squeaker. In the pig pen. Isn't he great. He has just had that whole bowl of milk. Duck, duck, duck, there is a deduct somewhere. He has gone. I'm sorry. What is his name? He is so cute. His name is Kevin. Kevin Bacon ild Night one, JT Where is Mr Packer? Mr Alpaca? There he is? Why doesn't

Why doesn't every show get a open day at Homebush. We can show the newspaper, eye pads, old bits of toast, We can auction off this time rdges why not a 'Home and Away' open day. why not a 'Home and Away' open day.? JT. Coming up - from waitress to pool boy - the not-so-glamorous first jobs of the rich and famous. (GENTLE PIANO MUSIC) Brighten up your world with Air Wick FreshMatic. (UPBEAT DANCE MUSIC) With our best-ever fragrance control, turn it up... ..or down to the level you want. Created by Air Wick, controlled by you. Something in the Air Wick. We put a week's worth of bad odours in a home. Some aerosols may just mix with them. Can Ambi Pur really remove it? We asked real people what they thought. WOMAN: Take a deep breath for me. Describe the smell. It's very pleasant. Fresh. Some kind of flower, maybe. MAN: Take the blindfold off. Ohh! Oh, yuck! I didn't smell any of that. Ambi Pur Air Effects doesn't mix. It actually removes odours. (LAUGHS) Wow, that's incredible. 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He is better known as one half of Brangelina but back when Brad Pitt was just a small town boy from Oklahoma, things were very different. Part of the attraction before I came out was the fame, the lifestyle and what really counts the people you care for. And now my motivation is I want to be good. A very good friend of mine had a pool boy who grew up to be Brad Pitt. I mean, there was Brad Pitt skimming the leaves out of the swimming pool by day and practising his lines by night. According to showbiz editor Nelson Aspen, humble beginnings go a long way. Most of today's stars had to begin by doing menial jobs just to get by and make contact. The most common survival jobs for aspiring actors are things where they can meet people in the industry and get a bargain. So they become waiters and they get to eat for free, or they become a bartender and work at a restaurant or personal trainers where they get the gym membership for free. With a multimillion-dollar perfume deal coupled with lucrative recording contracts, Jennifer Lopez has come a long way from The Block. The richest Latino actress in history got her start as a back-up dancer on comedy show 'In Living Colour'. Now Jenny is paying it back on 'American Idol', becoming a mentor to aspiring stars. I am so excited to be here. I am so excited to work with all of you and watch you grow. From teenage idols trying to make a buck... I was 14 and I got a job as a janitor at the Swim Racket Club. I'd have to carry these trash bags out, like these huge... All the way back out to the dumpster. To seasoned actors doing it tough before that big break. I was 13 and I had a summer job. From then on, it was in Woodstock, where I grew up, it was at Mallards Meat Market and I was the head of produce and I'd say, "OK, this melon is ready." Getting that first job sometimes is a springboard to fame. Amy Adams, you don't think of her as a buxom barmaid but she worked at a Hooters and she really liked it. It was a way to have fun, making a living and eat French fries. 'Sun Herald' gossip columnist Jo Casamento says it was a matter of settling for second best for Madonna. Madonna's story is an interesting one and she is a real story of perseverance because there's no-one that's worked harder than Madonna and from a young age, she had a rough upbringing. She lost her mum early and she actually worked in a doughnut shop at Dunkin' Donuts. I imagine it turned her off fat since. Well, Mariah Carey went to beauty school. Danny De Vito gave crew cuts. And 'Lost' beauty Evangeline Lilly served peanuts to airline passengers. Some stars simply had to make ends meet until it was their time. There are a lot of examples of late bloomers for ever and ever and ever and finally get their big spot. Think Sharon Stone in 'Basic Instinct'. She was 36 when she filmed that and that transformed her. And locally we've got Naomi Watts who watched her best friend Nicole Kidman make it 10 decades earlier when they went to film school. For the Spice Girls, fame was always on the cards. Mel C, that's Sporty Spice, took ballet lessons while showbiz came early for Mrs Victoria Beckham. Mpblt sheer she is signing the lesson for the deaf. That's says I'm the talented one. While showbiz came early Any honest work is good training for becoming a superstar. It teaches you the value of a dollar and let's you appreciate something you have when you get to that movie star level. They maybe earning millions now, but it's good to know everybody had to get their start somewhere. But not anybody has packed fish fingers at the Edgells factory I think my worse job was clause. I played him one summer. I I think my worse job was Santa was 21. How did that work? I was in its

I was in its middle of the 21 is it season. I would turn up every day with a stinking head over. I would suite my way through you know - it was in some really low rent town, shopping Mal. I swear the only airconditioner was in women's lingerie. It's wonder you didn't get arrested. Poor children What about the other Santa? - don't worry. Poor children

A hot serving of Hollywood goss is coming up, including - talk Dannii Minogue may be headed back to an old gig. And Lindsay Lohan accused of moving in on a married millionaire. Tomm Taylor is next. VOICEOVER: You never wash your dishes in a dirty sink. So why wash them in a dirty dishwasher? It may look clean, but you can't see what's built up inside. To help achieve flawless results, use Finish Dishwasher Cleaner. It's unbeatable in removing hidden grease and limescale. And a cleaner dishwasher means cleaner dishes. Finish - The Diamond Standard. So, you think it's impossible for a cream to reduce the look of lines and wrinkles in a single application? Think again. With Olay Regenerist Wrinkle Revolution, in just 10 minutes, even the look of deep lines and wrinkles are dramatically reduced. No camera tricks, no special effects. It just works. Olay Regenerist Wrinkle Revolution. Challenge what's possible. Want more proof? Then check out this Sunday's 'Body + Soul' for even more results. Good morning. Dannii Minogue could be staging a TV comeback in the UK and ex-boss Simon Cowell isn't happy? Probably not but Simon coal with you he is keeping quiet with the fact that Dannii Minogue could have a be that Dannii Minogue could have a that Dannii Minogue could have a job next that Dannii Minogue could have a job next Dannii Minogue is in a good bargaining position to get on bargaining position to get onboard. She didn't really enjoy the flavour of'X Factor' and says Got Talent' is more fun vibe so she is busy raising a knew child but of'X Factor' and says that'Britain's

could leave Australia to head for the UK if the money is right. We will keep you update with that. We are huge Minogue fans here are huge Minogue fans here at Weekend Sunrise. Indeed we are, cranky Cowell can pop that in his hat and smoke it. that in his hat and smoke it.. Moving on, Lindsay Lohan has snagged herself a rich boyfriend but is there someone else in the picture? Yeah, well, you know, the guy that she was making out with recently New York City happens to be married. He got married in the year of 2006. she was making out with recently in

Here is Lindsay Lohan who is sometimes rude and often trashy. Lindsay, who has gotten acrested for

stealing a necklace and driving while intoxicated and accused of causing delays, well, she is keep Target classy. She is crashing parties. This parties. This married man was hosting a dinner. She showed up and had to be asked to leave. She has met the wife. She gave a little attitude and was rude but that's what she is good at. Do you remember when Gary Coleman was alive, you had to describe him as pint size the funny man, Gary Coleman, I think the sometimes rude and often trashy Lindsay Lohan is the new one. I think that's a good line. I love the vision when she drinks out of the bottle? I worked on that all morning, I have been up since 6, LA time. Who will be Steve Carell's replacement on the hit show 'The Office'? Well, elhimself gets a move up here. But James Spader taking a stronger leading role in the comic series here. Less let's take a look and listen. He is a movie actor. Worrying about where you stand based on social clues and then inevitably reframe Target in a all way so you can get to sleep at night. No, I do not believe in that at all. If I invited you to lunch, I think you're a winner. If I didn't I don't but I just met you all. Life is long, opinions change. Winners, prove me right. Losers, prove me wrong. So that's'The Office' here at the UK. I want to try and get this

story, in Angelina Jolie has taken to the air and taken mad objection out of the UK. She has taken a story, in Angelina Jolie has taken

photo, one of the best mum on land and in the air, how great for her recently

recently turning 10 years of age, he takes his iPod up in the air over the UK. the UK.. I've got a challenge for u we have just done a challenge on celebrities before I've got a challenge for u we have before they were celebrities. I want you to track down some pictures if just done a challenge on celebrities

you can of Sam working at the Edgell's fish finger factory in Bathurst New South

Bathurst New South Wales. 1997. With one of those shower caps things on and gloves. Yeah, double gloves. I heard she got wild during the holiday parties. I heard Samantha would get wild She would run the conveyor belts in opposite directions. I will I will check it out Did it take you a long time to get the smell out of your nose when you got home from work. It's like a fatty smell. Like

grease. In case our good friends at Edgell are watching, it's good fat, not that yucky fat. that yucky fat.. Next - news, sport and weather together. You're watching Weekend Sunrise on the Seven Network. It's like avocado fat, isn't it? It's like avocado fat, isn't it?. (PANTS) My throat's started hurting. Why wait? Act now. VOICEOVER: Reach for Strepsils. Strepsils soothes fast, and it's two antibacterial agents help kill bacteria that could cause a sore throat, unlike non-medicated lozenges. Get on top of

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With so many, it's hard to tell the difference. But this is the way most dentists choose. Fact is, more dentists use an Oral-B toothbrush than any other brush. (VESPA WHIRRS) (ITALIAN FOLK MUSIC PLAYS) (GASPS) No. Vanish Crystal White - its powerful Oxi Action Formula helps to remove even set-in stains and actually whiten your whites. Vanish Crystal White - trust pink, forget stains. Also available in a liquid gel. This morning - home and handcuffed - the accused collar-bomb hoaxer arrives back in Australia. we're keeping a close eye on an out-of-control NASA satellite as it comes crashing down to earth. how retailers plan to stop people trying, then buying online. why more Aussies reckon they'll become millionaires. Then, a man's best feathered friend - the pet duck, like no other. Welcome to Saturday 24 September 2011. Now back to Weekend Sunrise with Andrew and Sam. We planned to speak to Jermaine Jackson this morning but he's trapped in LA traffic and can't get to our studio. He's promised to come on and join us tomorrow. Right now, it's news time. Here's Jess. , Jermaine, plan for the traffic. I don't believe the traffic for a minute. He lives in Los Angeles. He knows what traffic is. I know. He will be on tomorrow. It's not that we haven't all showed up once or twice. Speak for yourself yet We are both guilty of that. Traffic. Awful traffic. Started at midnight. Good morning. The man accused of strapping a fake collar bomb to the neck of Sydney schoolgirl Maddie Pulver is back in Australia this morning. Paul Douglas Peters touched down in Sydney just after 6:30, escorted by two New South Wales detectives from Los Angeles. His lawyer believes he wants to return to the US as soon as possible. I believe as long as Mr Peters has his three daughters here in the United States he's certainly going to have a root here where he will want to return and certainly maintain contact with his daughters and his ex-wife. Mr Peters will face court later today. The man behind the scenes of the Kevin 07 campaign has a new job on his hands, taking a position in Julia Gillard's office. John McTernan, who also used to work for former UK PM Tony Blair, has been hired as Ms Gillard's new director of communications. Mr McTernan was previously regarded as one of Mr Blair's key strategists. Labor MPs are hoping his appointment will help turn the Government's poor polling results around. A 6-tonne satellite is expected to crash back to earth within hours and it could be headed for Australia. NASA's satellite is the size of a bus and its orbit covers 75% of the planet. While most of it will burn up on its way down, NASA expects about 26 large pieces of debris to survive. The odds of someone being hit are 3,200 to 1. A Melbourne family is lucky to be alive after a fire broke out in their home last night. The father was woken by the smoke alarm in the Mt Evelyn home and managed to get out just in time. A father and his two children were home when the fire started. Lucky they were able to escape through smoke detectors operating. Firefighters were unable to save the home. Miniature ponies in the Czech Republic are being trained to lend a helping hoof to the visually impaired. The Guide Horses Foundation was established back in '99 in the US, but the practice is now spreading throughout the world. The training of the ponies is similar to how dogs are trained with them learning basic commands. I have never seen a pony on I have never seen a pony on an escalator. Checking the latest figures now - the Dow Jones has recovered slightly, closing up 37 points. But for now, here's Simon Reeve with sport. That pony one came out of the blue didn't it. I thought the boy was about to follow after that I thought the boy was about to Are there advantages of ponies over dog the Don't they bite Shetland are cranky little things x aren't they. They do a lot of poopies around shopping centres. You wouldn't want to poop on thees Calais tore, it would slice it up at the end. Very nasty. Collingwood will defend its AFL premiership in what was the best game of the season. The Hawks seemed to have the answers as they went into the final term with a 17-point lead but after three quarters of relentless final's footy, Collingwood got back to within a kick with goals to Chris Dawes, a brilliant Travis Cloke and Leon Davis. When Cloke kicked his third, the Pies hit the front. It wasn't the end of Hawthorn, though, with Lance Franklin doing what he does best to have the crowd on its feet. COMMENTATOR: Here comes Buddy, wheels around, gathers the football... Ooohhh, he's got it! He's kicked a goal! But there was one final twist as Luke Ball kicked his team into the Grand Final. It was just a scrap all day. It was a great game for forwards and backs, no-one really got on top. I think it was just a great game of football and just had a little bit extra left in the legs at the end and just to get away with it was fantastic. Collingwood will defend their flag against Geelong or West Coast who meet today at the MCG. Manly has ended Brisbane's hopes of a fairytale finish for out-going skipper Darren Lockyer, carving up the Broncos during their Preliminary Final at the SFS. The Sea Eagles got away to a superb start with an early penalty allowing Matt Ballin the chance to crash over. That triggered a try-scoring run for Manly with John Hopoate and Brett Stewart finding the line. The stunned Broncos finally got on the board when Jharal Yow Yeh touched down, going into the break trailing by 12. But without Lockyer's organisation, the Broncos just weren't good enough as the 2008 premiers booked a ticket in the decider. You give away 16 points in a final you're going to struggle to reign it in. But the boys never gave up. You know the end was coming for me either this week or next week. The Sea Eagles have some headaches ahead with Steve Matai and Tony Williams on report. The Wallabies recorded their biggest-ever win over the United States in their World Cup pool match overnight. But the 67-5 victory has come with a price tag with the casualty ward overflowing. Kurtley Beale and Wycliff Palu have hamstring problems, Rob Horne fractured his cheekbone, Pat McCabe dislocated his shoulder and Anthony Faingaa was knocked out cold after copping a knee to the head in the dying seconds. The injury crisis means Robbie Deans looks set to call in re-inforcements. We saw big Radike on the wing and he got a try but we'll obviously go away we'll assess and we'll go from there. The good news is the Wallabies only need to account for lowly Russia to book a quarterfinal berth. The bad news that may be against the Bocking. Australia of New Zealand holding its breath today because today they play France, their bogey side so the country is on edge. Indeed. The New Zealanders are still very touchy about the French. Good news, we will see Ritchie Macau tonight. Wow. Let's not go there. Let's not Speaking of handsome devils, JT. Why don't we Let's not go there.

Why don't we speak more about little

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pigs. We have left the little animals, we have come inside where the better homes and garden live show is happening all weekend. Over 320 exhibitors, including Fast Ed who is setting up who is setting up over here. We are going to do a cooking demonstration in half an hour. Morning guys. I'm COAGing. Over here, look at this, recognise this. The Oral-B truck. Where is Stella? There is Stella. Good morning everyone. I was going to show you I was going to show you this, over 50,000 people 50,000 people made the swap. That is a hugely powering Australian smiles. That's bigger than John Howard's begun amnesty. Over 50,000 people is great. You can come here and relive some of our favourite moments over and over and over. And over. All weekend. I'm sure that's driving you crazy. Yes, it is. Stem stel why. A people did come and get a free dental check from you, they can get an autograph. That has been happening. Y, it has. Also people with kin a triumph. Absolutely, I think it four times a day. Valued at about $ day. Valued at about $200. Jacqui got one last week. She has been raving about it all week. You can win one here. You should have waited one weekend, Jacqui. Let's have a look at the forecast. On the regional fly-around - in Cairns, fine today. Fine in Mackay. Fine in Bundaberg. Possible late showers for Brisbane. In New South Wales, sunny in Bourke. Chance of a shower in Tamworth. A shower or two in Sydney. A few showers and 15 in Canberra. Mostly sunny in Wagga Wagga. Sunny in Mildura. A shower or two in Melbourne. in Launceston. And a few showers in Hobart. A shower or two in Mount Gambier. Mainly fine in Adelaide. Sunny and hazy in Alice Springs. Mostly sunny for Darwin. And in WA - partly cloudy for Bunbury. Mostly sunny in Perth. Sunny in Broome. Sunny for Exmouth. , I guess that pretty much wraps the Australian smiles tour. The only other big piece of information, the I guess that pretty much wraps up

first ten people to come in each morning, get a free triumph brush. It's valued at $ It's valued at $199, it's a good deal. If you get here early, it could be yours. Come and see Stella. Gets out there to Homebush everone. The man accused of terrorising Sydney schoolgirl Madeline Pulver last month with a fake collar-bomb has arrived back in Australia this morning. Paul Peters was extradited from the US and is now expected to face several charges including aggravated breaking and entering. Seven News reporter Paul Kadak was onboard the Qantas jet with Peters and joins me live from Sydney Airport. Good morning, Paul. He was held right up the back of the plane? Good morning, that was right. Owe 86, right up against the window to his left, were his two New South 86, right up against the window and Wales escorts, inspector months and

sergeant marks. He wasn't handcuffed, the pilot of handcuffed, the pilot of the plane had the option to have him handcuffed. He wasn't for the duration of the flight. He duration of the flight. He it was a very quiet, uneventful flight. If you didn't know who he was, he seemed to sleep most of the way, he got out of his seat only once. Didn't seem to be interested in watching any movies or and slept for most of the way. When he arrived in Sydney on the flight which was just after 6. after 6.30 this morning, he was taken to another section of plane while most of the rest of the taken to another section of the passengers disembarked and then he was escorted by around a South Wales Police, was escorted by around a dozen New Federal Police and customs agents to an area of customs where he was South Wales Police, Australian

processed and taken straight to the Sydney police centre where he will be charged over what has been called the collar bomb hoax. He will be charged with kidnapping, with aggravated break and enter and extortion. Over that ten hour ordeal for Sydney schoolgirl, Madeleine Pulver. Paul Peters who was arrested now back in Australia, back in Sydney and is likely to be charged very shortly. OK. Paul, we are going to have to leave it there straight off plane from the states. Thank you for your time this morning. leave it there straight off the

The pollies down in Canberra love to tell us Australia is the best place to be as the world goes through another financial storm. Well, it looks like their optimism is rubbing off. An international poll has found Australians are the most confident of making a million dollars within the next 10 years. So are we right to be this darned sunny when other countries are feeling so pessimistic? Michael Pascoe, from Fairfax Media's 'Business Day', is in Sydney while CNBC reporter Mandy Drury is in New York and UK correspondent Martin Frizell joins us from London. First to you Michael, wishful thinking here in Australia or are Aussies rightly confident? Well, I don't know about all, but certainly we have reasons tore more confident than any other nation. If has been 20 years since Australia had Jana negative year. A third of us already own our own homes and in the average house in the average capital city is worth about half a million so there is a bit of a starting position there. We have got low unemployment, our economy is fundamentally under written by the ambitions of 3. ambitions of 3.5 billion people to become wealthier in Asia and we have got very little government debt, unlike the US, unlike your, Europe, we do have a rosy future. How would you define a millionaire, is it having assets or a cash position. It's having assets, so, you know, there is a old New there is a old there is a old New York car ten, seeing you look a million dollars in this that suit, just as it was these days. It isn't what it used to be. By the time you take all their assets, someone working with superannuation and it is attain By the time you take into account

abling. Got you. Mandy, Americans have been traditionally known for their seemingly Eternal optimism. Is it tarting to wear thing as the uses struggles. Absolutely. Really is starting to wear thing. Obviously not only is America to struggling to lift out of its slump right now, economically speaking there is a lot of fear tlout that we are sliding back into recession. Only about 2 in 10 Americans polled going to become millionaires which Americans polled believe they are is really amazing when is really amazing when considering how is really amazing when considering how optimistic Americans have been. They have always clung on to the American dream, this you can arrive with a dime in your pocket and make it into $ it into $1 hil Ion. Only 60% of America say it is extremely or very difficult for them to become millionaires today. You have got high unemployment, it's just over 9% high unemployment, it's just over 9%. Housing prices still in the doll drums. In reality, it still leads the world in terms of millionaires. There are more than 5. There are more than 5.2 million millionaires in the United States. I think India or Russia these

One in every 20 households. think India or Russia these days. But the housing, There But the housing, There are. There are more billionaires over there now. Martin, I read a quote from Londoners who say many of her friends looking for work have simply given up. Is that a prevailing sentiment at the moment I red that quotas well. She is a frain ee hairdresser. She is lucky show has a job because about a million young people like her don't have employment. Unemployment is running at about 8% running at about 8%. Your average pay rise is around 2% pay rise is around 2%. So you are taking a pay cut every year. We have just going kind of hope that that slight perhaps lands on us, we are really fed up with what is going on here. Of course, we in the press have a responsibility to talk things down so that we don't actually sort of talk things up in terms of the crisis. Well, no one told the daily mail, with the Prime Minister saying, staring down the barrel of economic disaster. Because the big macro thing here, is the Euro green, Greece is bankrupt, they may default quite soon, Italy could be next, then Spain, Ireland, who knows we are going to about being we are going to about being. The Chancellor is saying we have got 6 then Spain, Ireland, who knows where

weeks to save the Eurozone. Goodness, the fact that you've mentioned that satellite increases the chances that it will land on you. If you could just re mine there for the next few hours, we will keep a camera trained on you. That would be great. All of you thank you very much. . More of Weekend Sunrise just after this break. Frustrated when baked-on food isn't cleaned away? Finish Quantum targets the toughest baked-on stains for a brilliant shine - every dish, every time. Quantum with targeted cleaning. Who has it for $219? SONG: # Dick does! # And they lived happily ever after. Oh. (SINISTER LAUGHTER) Hmmmm! (SHOUTS) (ALL SHOUT) Not everyone's happy our peaches are perfect for breakfast. Yikes. This colour just sucks the life out of me. I was just gonna say that! Ah! Oh... About this flat hair colour. Let's dimensionalise! Try Clairol Nice 'n Easy with Colour Blend technology. Anti-flat, always dimensional. in one simple step. Get a beautiful blend of tones and highlights built into every shade. See ya, flat. Hello, dimension! Another Nice 'n Easy success. My work here is done! It's always dimensional. It's Clairol Nice 'n Easy - your right colour. is expected to crash into Earth. For the latest, we're joined by Kerrie Dougherty who is curator of space technology at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum. Good morning. Kerrie, firstly, what do we know about this NASA satellite? , Has it just simply reached the end of its useful life Pretty much. It was actually shut down back in 2005. And then NASA moved it to a lower orbit so that it would actually re-enter, come back to earth a lot more quickly than it was left in its operational orbit. to earth a lot more quickly than if

Right. So, do we know when and where this satellite may hit? Well, at the moment, the last I saw, that's still a bit of an open question. The best estimate that I've seen so far is around about I think one o'clock, this afternoon our time but there's a lot of uncertainty about that. It could be any time from any time from now until maybe 6 o'clock tonight. From what we have heard, it is more than likely that it will land in the more populated zones of planet earth, although there is a chance it will hit the sea. Most of the passers on the last entry prediction that I saw, a number of them pass over the number of them pass over the ocean and remember the earth is 70% ocean. So it's much more likely to hit there but there is still a possibility that it could land in an area that might be more or less populate the of the I think the last re-entry prediction I saw, had it coming in over the Sahara. OK. If you are a Bedouin, watch out. Thank you for keeping us up to date. There is a chance that it will hit a someone but there's a chance that it may hit a whale or a penguin or well. Welcome back. Seems we might soon be hit with so-called fitting fees by retailers. News Limited reports stores are fed up with people who try items on, then go and order them cheaper online. It's over to our Weekend All Stars, Do you expect to be charged for trying on a pair of backs. No, I don't. I'm fed up with Australian retailers I have to say. It's easy for them to be pitching and whingeing and saying " and whingeing and saying "Poor me" about the fact that customers are going on-line. Having just come back from America, where everything is so much cheaper and there is a service ethic. You can find someone to help new a store, it just shows that really either at the the mark up is incredibly high, everything that I was buying, I buy twice as much for or even more here, I was getting for these ridiculously cheaper prices.

These are standard prices. They weren't sale items It seems that personal It seems that penalty of retailers have run down their sales people. It is often said that you are more likely to get hers in a department store than you are to get service in a department store. If you think about it, there are poor retailers out there who, the classic example, someone who has the exclusive rights to a pair of shoes in this country, people come in, they use the service, they get there and they sit there and someone try it is on, then they walk out the door. And buy it on-line. I can understand it hurts but the thing is that at the end of the day, it is about service. It's about providing goods at a reasonable price. The Mark up clearly is too high. Retailers - charging people to try things on. Retail in this country is so appaling, they won't get away with it

You vote with your feet and you would You vote with your feet and you would go. The cost of Labor, paying penalty rates on a Sunday these days is too much. It's untenlable. If you want to produce service to your customers. So there are so many issues that need to be resolve ofed so that we have this situation. Are you talking about lower wages If Are you talking about lower wages if soon wants to work on a Sunday, it's convenient, they shouldn't be three times the rate, it's ridiculous. They are paid a lot more Not like the old days. Whatever it is, I used to run a restaurant. $ restaurant. $3. restaurant. $3.25 in McDonald's. Many of Many Moving on, many of us would remember boss from hell, David Brent from hilarious BBC TV show 'The Office'. The man behind the character, Ricky Gervais, has apparently put out a 'work tips' email. It details how to fool your boss into thinking you're a hard worker, including - never walking around the office without a document in your hand. keeping a messy desk - so it looks like you have tonnes to do and appearing impatient and annoyed, so you seem really busy.

of it never gets old, does it? it never gets old, does it?. Prue, as a boss, would you fall for these? No, in fact, I would never employ him I would say. He is comic relief. There are so many bosses out there like this guy. I think as a boss, you know who is the workers there. There are a lost people who get up to all sorts of tricks. Hi a girl in my office for a minute, she lasted about a minute, because all she