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(generated from captions) offered $300 a week Australian families in their homes. to house asylum seekers Plus, Kate and Gerry McCann explain they'll find Madeleine. why they're still positive Will the other majors budge? Also, NAB cuts interest rates. The tanning addict feeling the heat to a solarium. for taking her 5-year-old (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Mel and Larry. Now, live from Brekky Central, Good morning, more on the tanning lady a bit later in the show. I am pretty sure she was in the booth next to me. Luckily I got out when I did. If only you were there for a day rb not a week. A creepy shot. Isn't it. on the Gold Coast this morning. There's a strong police presence of a shopping centre shooting The bikie accused faces court today. We'll take you there live shortly. Also on the show - croc in the city. for a beast a long way from home. We'll get the latest on the search from the Seven newsroom But we'll begin with the latest with Sarah Cumming. Good morning, Sarah. up to $300 a week Australian families will be paid to house asylum seekers as the government struggles of boat arrivals. to deal with the increasing flood News Limited reports the Australian Home Stay Network homes registered with asylum seekers will be asked to temporarily host who've been released from detention. will pay for security and training The Immigration Department for families that take up the offer. is expected A massive police presence this morning at a Gold Coast courthouse weekend's shopping centre shooting. when a bikie appears over last Michelle Tapper joins us with more. Sunrise correspondent Police are taking no chances? Good morning, Michelle. That's right. Mark Graham is considered to be a high-risk prisoner and also a member of the Finks outlawed motorcycle gang. He is accused of shooting two people in broad daylight at a Gold Coast shopping centre on Saturday. One of those people is believed to be Finks member Jacques Teamo. And another was a mother caught in the cross fire. She is receiving treatment in a Gold Coast hospital and to be doing well. But police say a Gold Coast hospital and believed is a high-risk prisoner and they to be doing well. But police say he won't take chances. He was brought in on a government charter jet for the benefit of his health and the public. We don't want a situation like we had in Sydney a few years ago where a bikie gang member was dashed to death at the arrivals terminals. He was brought in and guarded by the especially response team from Brisbane to Southport rr where he will appear in court this morning. at a bus shelter A man has been stabbed to death with serious wounds to his chest Police found the victim and is being questioned by police. A man has been taken into custody as officers search the crime scene. Some roads in the area are closed embattled Health Services Union. The national secretary of the be stripped of its power is demanding Fair Work Australia to govern unions in Australia. Kathy Jackson says no longer have oversight of unions. the workplace watchdog should We need to have legislative reform in unions, to look at how elections are run a cap on electoral funding and the democratisation of unions. Her comments come could face criminal charges as HSU boss Michael Williamson to remove documents after he was caught allegedly trying Sydney offices. during raids on the union's has pleaded not guilty Actor Matthew Newton to punching a Miami hotel clerk being caught on camera. despite the incident filed a written plea in court His lawyer today to be dealt with by a jury. asking for the matter to be set. They're now waiting for a trial date was only retaliating Newton has told police he by the front-desk clerk. after allegedly being spat at a marathon 3-hour rescue Emergency workers have performed southern highlands in the New South Wales in the drain of a bathtub. after a toddler got his finger stuck and a plumber were on hand Paramedics, the SES, police to oversee the delicate operation. the whole bath. We had to basically dismantle It was a very old bath and cutting techniques and we had to use specialist rescue to release this child. but uninjured The boy was exhausted Children's Hospital as a precaution. and was flown to Westmead In finance news: We're learning more rates by half a percentage point. about why the Reserve Bank slashed Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. cut the official cash rate? Savanth, why did the Reserve Bank Yes, I guess there is a couple of reasons. One, I guess is the larger-than-expected rate cut was clearly because they realise the banks will not be able to pass it all on and cutting it by a quarter of a per cent the banks will only pass on 0. pass on 0.1 5% pass on 0.1 5%. So there will be now stimulation in the economy. From an inflation perspective, more growth for. We get the Reserve Bank's monetary policy statement, it will be crucial for views on inflation, for a near-term perspective, inflation is contained so Reserve Bank can afford to inflation is contained so the stimulate. We think the Reserve Bank will look at one further rate cut in around August. That would be very welcome. Thank you for your time this morning, Savanth. Thank you. Brought to you by Rexona for men, there is no quit here or on de Cure. Klnow, time for sport. there is no quit here or on the Tour has dismissed suggestions Rabbitohs forward Dave Taylor he may back out of a deal next season. to join the cash-strapped Titans with Gold Coast who's yet to sign a contract he's looking for a way out. but the Test and Origin star denies None of that's true. I'm just worried about Souths next year is just a long way away. and whatever happens beyond for life after Taylor, Souths appear to be planning to a 3-year deal. signing Bronco Ben Te'o he'd be shattered Crows coach Brenton Sanderson admits if the club was unable to re-sign and Kurt Tippett. young guns Patrick Dangerfield most exciting youngsters Both of Adelaide's at the end of the season are out of contract and interstate clubs are circling. At Essendon, young forward Michael Hurley is resigned to missing at least another fortnight with a hamstring injury. It was painful at times but Adelaide United has qualified for the knockout stage of the Asian Champions League courtesy of a 0-0 draw with Bunyodkor at Hindmarsh Stadium last night. Brisbane Roar's underwhelming campaign continued despite scoring the opening goal against FC Tokyo. The A-League champions went down 4-2 in their first match since Ange Postecoglou left to join Melbourne Victory. Well, guys, we've done the hard work. This is it, day one of Tour de Cure, 1,656 kilometres, the riders will role in shortly and at work. This is it, day one of the

8. riders will role in shortly and at 8.30 we hit the road for Noosa. Grant has done a cracking job, the weather in beautiful is smack on, beautiful. Don't talk too soon, Beretts. Woops! It's good now. How about showers and coastal thunderstorms forecast for today? Unfortunately. Not keen on those. It will Unfortunately. Not keen on those. It will make you pedal faster. It might shrink your lycra. Tell me about the tail wind. Yes, exactly. Good luck today, mate, we are right behind you. Exciting times. We will break down the weather for you in it detail each and every morning. We want you to be safe. We know want you to be safe. We know you have want you to be safe. We know you want you to be safe. We know training very hard for this event. How do you reach Beretts's dizzying athletic heights now? Probably by climbing indoor rock climbing. It is going to be potentially a wet one for Sydney today too as we look at the weather. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. Going to enjoy watching the big man on his bike as we attempt to overcome a fear of heights. It almost rhymes. That is so much fun. That is our wet school holiday option. It is on our list. Isn't it? We thought what do you do when it rains. Well, my 8-year-old just hops on and goes straight to the top. Yeah, and he dudant use ropes, either, Grant. It is which to the bottom I am worried about. either, Grant. It is which incoming Yes, the quick way. Still ahead - why Cher is under fire from Aussie fans and authorities. But next, five years of searching and her family hasn't given up hope. we can get her through it. The new focus in the mystery of Maddie McCann.

SONG: # Whoo-hoo-hoo! # What would you change if you won: Powerball. The power to change it all. Grab an entry today. SONG: # Whoo-hoo-hoo! # claiming he picked up Madeleine McCann the night after she went missing five years ago. The cabbie says Maddie was with a woman and he says local police ignored his report of the possible sighting. He made the claims on the anniversary of Maddie's disappearance. Her parents say they're more hopeful now than ever before that their daughter will be found. Romilly Weeks explains. Kate and Jerry McCann are not slowing their search, far from it. I think we're more hopeful now of finding Madeleine than we have been at any point in the early days after she was taken. And that's largely changed with the review, the investigative review been undertaken by the Metropolitan Police. Madeleine disappeared just before her fourth birthday. Now, just before her ninth, her parents hope that the Met's investigation will lead to her case being reopened in Portugal. What we are absolutely confident in is that the Metropolitan Police are determined to get to the bottom of it. and for Kate and I that's been an unbelievable change compared to last year - to be honest, we felt that we were on our own and the authorities had given up. We're in a much better place now, aren't we? Yeah. I mean, I think our best chance of finding Madeleine and the person who's committed the crime is by the case being reopened. This is the McCanns' last photo of Madeleine. of what she might look like today. I actually feel really positive about that image It is strange because obviously it is a marker of time, it is not the Madeleine rewe remember, it shows time has passed by. I mean, I didn't get upset, I didn't burst into tears, I actually looked at it and I felt really hopeful, I mean, I can see my daughter in there. At times, over the past years, hope has seemed perhaps more like blind faith but now the Met has agreed that there is evidence that Madeleine could still be alive. We just want to find her, sooner rather than later, obviously, but whatever it is she's been through, gone through, we can get her through it. So, we'll deal with it when it happens. Romilly Weeks reporting there. Impossible to comprehend what they go through on a weekly or monthly basis, something new, it comes and goes. And the frustration of thinking some leads weren't followed properly because the parent under the spot light and the police properly because the parent were weren't, it seems like, weren't following some of it up. So this evidence, report was around 4 and a half, five years ago and the local cops ignored it. Yeah! Did nothing! And we'll go live to London later this Sunrise for the latest on how the anniversary is being marked. Also ahead this Sunrise - would you put up an asylum seeker in your home for $300 a week? Plus one of the world's most expensive paintings goes up for auction. But just wait until you hear what they reckon 'The Scream' is worth. You'll scream. You'll scream at one too. Ah! You'll scream. You'll scream at this And, tanned and panned. The tanning addict facing charges for taking her 5-year-old daughter to a solarium. I've been working as a pharmacist for 25 years. There are a lot of silent sufferers of dry mouth out there. Dry mouth can be a side effect from taking medication. People have difficulty swallowing. They can suffer from bad breath. Water only offers a temporary relief. There is an easy solution, and that is Biotene. The enzymes in Biotene are naturally found in our saliva. Biotene helps moisturise the mouth and it's going to give them relief. I always recommend Biotene for dry-mouth symptoms. We think broadband is important. It lets you feel close to friends living half a world away. It lets you share what you love with the people you love. And when they find inspiration, you find it too. That's why Optus is giving you broadband for free.

by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. Making headline this morning - the 'Herald Sun' reports police will re-examine rape allegations against St Kilda star Stephen Milne. The allegations date back to 2004 when a then 19-year-old woman claimed she was sexually assaulted by Milne at the home of team-mate Leigh Montagna. The paper says Victoria's Office of Police Integrity has recommended that police review their brief of evidence against Milne following claims officers tried to derail the original investigation. We will go live to Melbourne for more on this after 7:00. Also making news - the plan to pay Australian families $300 a week to take in asylum seekers. A flood of boat people is prompting the Gillard Government to turn to Aussie families to take them in. The scheme will use homes originally registered to provide board for foreign students. So, we're wondering if you'd be willing to take in asylum seekers and do you think $300 a week would be enough to cover their food and board? Really interesting. Really interesting. You got a spare room? For $ For $300 a week? Probably. No, I think, this will divide people, clearly, but there are a lot of people who would be set up for this. It is not a charity thing. Humanitarian. If you have the space and the mindset, a lot of people think it is a good idea. A bit of a band aid solution maybe. Maybe they should focus on preventing the issue, a bit of a band aid. Let us know exactly what you think on that one. Bobby Brown has given his first interview since Whitney Houston's death. He spoke to NBC's Matt Lauer about Whitney's drug addiction. I didn't get high before I met Whitney. I smoked weed, I drank beer. But, no, I wasn't the one that got Whitney on drugs. I worried about it when we first got together. Until I tried it and I found out I have an addictive personality. But do we believe him? Or is it because he was always seen as the bad boy and she was always pictured as the good girl, the choir singer, people automatically assumed? I am not saying, right or wrong, it was the assumption, the girl, sang at church, went out with the bad boy rapper. We made up our minds before we knew anything. Who would know? I don't think anyone would accept them. And, making news - an American woman has been charged with taking her 5-year-old daughter to a tanning salon. She denies taking her daughter, Anna, into a stand-up tanning booth, instead she claims the little girl waited in the room while she tanned herself. Police were called when the girl showed up at school with severe sunburn. But the mum claims her daughter got sunburnt playing outside on a warm day. We'll hear from the woman later this Sunrise. She obviously is a fan of tanning. I will be pretty blatant about that. I think maybe she needs to look in the mirror. It is a look she is after. If she was in an environment where she fitted in, say, the Stars', it would be alright. You ever had a bad tanning experience? she fitted in, say, 'Dancing with

This one time... That's before make-up (laughs) make-up (laughs). Poor Larry. That's it, when I come in in the morning. That's today, we have to tweak the lights to balance you out. No, I never had a bad tanning experience. I can remember being at school in the '80s, putting the old fake tan on the legs, it was orange then before they perfected the colours. I had a bad spray tan when I looked like that woman but you can wash it off. Do we get to use that photo again. Bad experiences, use them both, put you in the same shot as the mum. My dilemma. Leave it again. Bad experiences, use thel

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A massive police presence is expected at a Gold Coast courthouse this morning when a bikie appears over last weekend's shopping centre shooting. Melbourne-based Finks member Mark James Graham was flown to Queensland yesterday to face charges of attempted murder and grievous bodily harm. It's alleged he shot and wounded senior Bandidos bikie member Jacques Teamo and an innocent female shopper. Australian families are to be offered $300 a week to take in asylum seekers as the Federal Government struggles to stem the flow of illegal boat arrivals. News Limited reports will seek access to 5,00 homes the Immigration Department will seek access to 5,000 homes registered under the Australian Homestay Network, originally used to billet international students. The accommodation will be provided to asylum seekers released from detention on bridging visas. A Sydney mother has been killed while crossing an intersection with her baby. The 38-year-old was hit by a bus carrying primary school students, including her older daughter. Fortunately, she didn't see the incident but she was on the bus It's a tragic day not only for the family but for the witnesses and the bystanders who were here. The woman's 11-month-old daughter survived without injury. The NAB has become the first of the big four banks to give mortgage holders some relief but it's not as much as they'd like. NAB customers will have their variable home-loan interest rate cut by 0.32%. While rival ANZ yesterday announced a profit of $2.92 billion. Would I like mortgages to go down? Of course I would. But as I say, I've got more savings customers who say, "Well, actually we wouldn't want rates to go down". Analysts predict the combined first-half profit of the big four banks will be $13 billion. Unions will meet with Optus today after the telco announced it will slash 750 jobs. Positions will be cut from middle management, back office and support staff, with two-thirds coming from Sydney and the rest from the ACT, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria. Optus blames the need to contain costs in a competitive industry. The Communications Union warns customers to expect a poorer service. The parents of missing British girl Madeleine McCann say they're more hopeful than ever that she'll be found. The couple have spoke on the fifth anniversary of their daughter's disappearance. They believe a Scotland Yard review of the case could lead Portuguese authorities to reopen their investigation. I mean, I think our best chance of finding Madeleine and the person who's committed the crime is by the case being reopened. Chief detectives say there is evidence Madeleine may still be alive. The Taliban is claiming responsibility for a suicide bombing in Kabul just hours after Barack Obama left the Afghan capital. Seven people, including several students, were killed when militants detonated a car bomb outside foreign workers compound. A second bomb exploded inside the compound. The Taliban says the attack was a response to the US President's surprise visit. One of the world's most renowned paintings, 'The Scream', Experts are tipping the painting to fetch at least $80 million when it goes under the hammer making it one of the most expensive works of art ever sold at auction. The Norwegian masterpiece is considered the defining image of the expressionist movement. Rangers are closing in on a saltwater crocodile that's strayed a long way south in Queensland. They've set a trap after the 3.5m monster was spotted on the Mary River in Marybourgh, just a few hours north of Brisbane. We have observed slide marks - the marks the crocodiles display when they're basking and entering and exiting the water but we believe this is attributed to this one animal. Rangers are using a dead pig as bait and hope to catch the croc within days. In finance news: Sunrise Sport brought to you by Rexonna for men. There is no quit in here or on Tour de Cure. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Travis Cloke's Collingwood team-mates insist they wouldn't hold it against the big forward if he accepted a mega-money offer from a rival club. Fremantle has reportedly tabled an offer worth around $1 million a season and Greater Western Sydney is also expected to offer Cloke big money. No, I wouldn't begrudge Trav going for that kind of cash. You only got a short career in AFL. If he wants to take the money, good on him, but we certainly want him to stay. The Dockers are refusing to publicly confirm their interest in the game's premier power forward. Sharks playmaker Todd Carney says he's mentally ready to step up to state of Origin level this year. Carney's confidence will be a boost for Blues coach Ricky Stuart who's dealing with several injury-enforced selection headaches headlined by utility Kurt Gidley. Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy is adamant Ryan Hinchcliffe could fill the void if called upon. Knights hooker Danny Buderus appears certain to miss Origin with an Achilles injury. Dual Olympic gold medallist Jessicah Schipper is confident won't affect her London Olympic preparations. The swimming star was rushed to hospital on Sunday with what she thought was appendicitis but it was actually much more serious - Schipper had excess blood in her stomach The 25-year-old has been ordered to rest for several weeks. Guys, what a magnificent morning Brisbane has turned on for the 6th annual Tour de Cure bike ride. We will role out of here today and hopefully in ten days' time, 1600 kays later we will turn up in Cairns. For today, Brisbane to Noosa, just 160 kays to ease into it. What we are doing, in six this tour has raise almost $ this tour has raise almost $7 million for cancer research, which it. What we are doing, in six years

is extraordinary. This year we will found 12 directly funded projects to find a cure for cancer. We are getting closer and closer. Charlie Teo was on the phone this week and said he has two red hot projects but needs funding. If you want to sponse arrider, go to our web pain is worth it. There is a bit of arrider, go to our web site. The pain. How is today's ride, relatively simple to ease into it? It is a good start. 160 kays on day one, a fairly decent hit out. Our day will be around 250 and in between it will vary. To make it in 10 days we have got to average 160 a day. It make as huge difference when the sun is out, Grant has organised a bit of a tail wind, which is nice. A lot of excitement, 92 people on the road, over the Story Bridge in Brisbane, north to Noosa under police escort. It is going to be a stunning day, looking forward to it. Grant, you lined up the weather beautifully shoo the beautiful tail wind is what you need. I can't believe the kays you are doing. Extraordinary. Are you ready this year more than last year. Mate, I dropped four or five kilos from last year, I am better prepared. We will see what happens. Last year I fell off my bike, we will see, I hope to stay on. You got attacked by the local wild life, hit by a kangaroo. The kangaroo hit me, didn't even see it. What a highlight. Thanks for bringing that back. I want to enter that on 'Funniest Home Videos' one day. What comes with a southerly? Showers and storms are forecast the coast at the moment. Let's take Showers and storms are forecast for a look at the forecast for the rest of Australia though. Sunrise weather brought to you Winter Catalogue Sale. by Beacon Lighting's off your second light. Warm up with 30% in stores and online. Sale now on, cold southerly winds A low is directing into south-east Australia. and scattered showers are triggering patchy rain A front and trough and Queensland. over New South Wales Early fog and a sun a e day for Canberra. Fair bit of rain for Melbourne today, between 20 and 40 mLs in many parts of the state. I reckon this is exactly what it is going to feel like for Beretts. We thought we would up our fitness now he has set a trend. It must be what it is like for Beretts every day. It just never ends! It just keeps going. He is going to have white-line fever. We are at Climb Fit in Sydney. I wish they would make a cheese grater like that so you don't have to do anything. I am out. It could be a game on price is Well done, a good 15-second hitout, Wright.

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Say good morning to Sydney the Jetstar Skycam. as we take a look through A little early rain and 21. Sorry to make you sing that song for the second day in a row. the big bucks at work, If you're after you'll need to trade the suit and steel-capped boots. for a safety vest are now the best paid in the country That's because blue-collar workers by Suncorp. according to new research Tony Meredith, is here The company's spokesperson, to explain the shift. Good morning. a surprise? Is this change in big earners Run us through them. R It surprise. The big thing it knocks Run us through them. R It is a big the notion around, blue collar versus white collar and knocks it on its head. The shows blue collar are the wage elite now. Which ones are the best paid jobs? The industry is no surprise, but the best paid jobs? The mining utilities, finance services, media communications are the typical ucp ones but construction, public safety, manufacturing and even whole sale trade. Blue collar makes up six of the top 10 wage industries. Why? Part of it is demand. A low unemployment rate, strong demand for the industries is driving wage growth. For young people looking for a career choice you may be better off with a fluoro vest rather than a university degree. How long do you think it will last? Is it a phase? I don't think so. Unless offshore demand for resources changes we should see the gap between blue coler and white collar grow. Why is white collar moving back? Because financial circles is affected? It is change in nature. There is always winners and losers. Typical old-school, financial, has gone back. Media and communications, professional services, scientific services, we are talking about the digital and smart economy, they are the ones going ahead. The old-school ones around financial services are moving backwards. Hopefully it will help the kids who are at that help the kids who are at that point trying to decide what to do with their future and it is good news. As we've been reporting, United States has appeared in court a tanoholic woman in the her 5-year-old daughter She's accused of taking charged with child endangerment.

into a tanning booth it's all a misunderstanding. but claims NBC's Natalie Morales has more. This whole thing has been blown out of proportion. Patricia Krentcil denies. She said she made her wait next to the bed while she tanned. She is my little girl, I am not going to bring my little daughter into a 90 degree bed, that's not normal. Anna's parents say when she went to school the next day she told her friends she went tanning with her mum. They think a teacher overheard and called police, naouj law proesh -- New Jersey law prohibits them from tanning. Her parents say it was a misunderstanding and she got a sunburn from playing in the yard. Traumatising for a little girl who did nothing wrong, but got a little sunburned. Just looks so natural and healthy, doesn't it? Oh dear, the picture, her nose! It is so, like. She just likes like she has been on a little holiday to Fiji for me. For likes like she has been on a nice 27 years. Goodness Me! Why would you do that to your skin. I don't want wrinkles, why enhance them. My pleasure. Let's talk but garlic pleasure. Let's talk but garl now, shall we? colds now new research shows We all know garlic helps to fight than some antibiotics. it's also 100 times more powerful is here. Nutritionist Julie Maree Wood Let's take a closer look at garlic. Good morning, Julie. It performed really well in this research study because the active component diallyl sufified was found to get under the beakteria and kill it that way so it was more potent than antibiotics. What else does it do? Naturopaths are used it for so many years. It is Antibacterial, antibiotic, great for the keeps the crest raul down and gets antibiotic, great for the heart, rid of mucus and congestionian on the ches. Are the tablets as effective? Fresh is always best, they think the stinky breath thing is part of the effectiveness but the tablets are a higher dose and will do the job for you. Kochie I have a policy, if one go out and has garlic, you got to SMS. As long as you both do that st fine. And pumpkin, helps with joint inflamation and disease protection? The deep orange colour tells us it is really rich in a powerful antioxidant called carotenoids. It helps free raddle cadge so prevents aging and cardiac disease. It has trip fan, which researchers find promotes a feeling of well being or happiness. Spinach, did Popeye knowtioning we didn't? He did, all dark green leafy vegetables are terrific, for the immune system, e fout fighting the bugs and flus, it is high in vitamin C and zinc and also high in vitamin A. A couple also high in vitamin A. A cup of it will give you over will give you over 300% of your recommended allowance of vitamin A, it will strengthen your respiratory tract, immune tract, where disease gets in. If we can whip up a recipe. Something to do with food happening here? Looking boring food. A recipe, like a cheeky salad. Carotenoids. If I eat too much, will I look like this? You can get a little orange tinge. Drinking red wine you can get red lips. Cool, good to know it is easily accessible. And nice and cheap. Sorry, I did have garlic, I didn't know you and Kochie have the texting rule. I know. And we'll put some of Julie's super-food recipes from her book '4 Week Energy Diet' on our website. You have one, I'll have one, before the end of the show. I would be healthy. As long as we do it together we will be fine. Ahead, more on our breaking news as drivers turning up for work at a national trucking company are turned away. Plus, the 'croc-ness monster'. The massive reptile that's strayed a long way south. Is that that tan woman again? I was thinking the same thing. The latest on the hunt is soon. And is Ashton Kutcher looking for love online? Find out next. (CAR SOUNDS COMBINE RHYTHMICALLY) (DEVICE BEEPS, ENGINE STARTS) (QUIRKY ELECTRONIC MELODY PLAYS) MAN: What if a car's individual parts performed in perfect harmony? Introducing the all-new Honda Civic. Symphony in motion. What's next? We saw a tiny snippet from Boby brown and his first interview since the death of Whitney Houston, did he talk extensively about her drug addiction? He did, and it has been the popular belief, I suppose you could say, Whitney's own drug use began and/or efpbgilated when she got together with Bobby and he wanted to wanted to distance himself from it. Take a listen. I didn't get high before I met Whitney. I smoked weed, I drank beer. But, no, I wasn't the one that got Whitney on drugs. I worried about it when we first got together. Until I tried it and I found out I have an addictive personality. He went on to say he has not touched drugs himself for the last seven years. We will hear more otthat interview later. Is Ashton Kutcher really looking for love online? Yes and no. Why don't you watch and I will explain what he is really up to. Looking for rance? It is here and no. Why don't you watch the clip

with world wide lovers, come and meet our bachelors. I am Rajh, a Bollywood producer looking for the most delicious things on the planet. I'm Nigel seeking higher planes of consciousness. Money creates taste and I have lots of both. My name is Swordfish, I am looking for something hot and spicy. Like Kardashian hot. Your waiting room is like a freak show. Are we all in the same category? So all this leads up to a dating web site which actually will link you to an ad for a brand of potato chips. Why is he selling potato chips? He is a major stock holder in the company. He just likes his salty snacks. Um, Nelson, thank you. . Swordfish, hi, I'm Sword' fish. The top stories now on Sunrise. Allegations against Saints star Stephen Milne to be examined again. Australian families offered $300 a week to house asylum seekers in their homes. Plus, Kate and Gerry McCann explain why they're still positive they'll find Madeleine. Also, NAB cuts interest rates. Will the other majors budge? The tanning addict feeling the heat for taking her 5-year-old to a solarium. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. Now, live from Brekky Central, Mel and Larry. Hello again and thanks for joining us. But we'll begin this hour with Sarah and some breaking news. Employees at trucking company 1st Fleet are being turned away at the gates to their offices this morning after a nation-wide lockout. For more I'm joined on the phone by Seven News reporter Chris Maher. Chris, what's the latest? Sarah, after First Fleet transport went into voluntary administration last week, the company sunk further into crisis. The was a nation wide lock out just after midnight, meaning up to 1,000 workers are out of a job. Unions had expected the workers to be paid today but administrators are on site, keeping employees informed as the administrators try to secure a buyer for the business. Unions are working to try to salvage the workers' entitlements ahead of a creditters meeting on Monday. The prospects of that are not good. The company has found the margins being squeezed. The owners have blamed the tightening of the economy and have certainly sought interest rate relief to help out. But at this point in time, there are are up to 1,000 workers this morning out of a job. Thank you, Chris, we will check in with you later this morning. And unions will meet with Optus today, after the Telco announced it will slash 750 jobs. Positions will be cut from middle management, back office and support staff, with two thirds coming from Sydney and the rest from the ACT, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria. Optus blames the need to contain costs in a competitive industry. Police are investigating a fatal stabbing in Sydney overnight. A 22-year-old man was found with serious wounds to his chest at a bus shelter at Brookvale in the city's Northern Beaches. He was taken to hospital, but died before arriving. A 25-year-old man has been taken into custody. A mother has died in hospital after being run down by a bus while carrying her baby across an intersection in Sydney. The bus was filled with primary school students including the woman's older daughter. It was meant to be a routine trip. This is just a tragic, tragic event. The 38-year-old mother was on her way to pick up her daughter after a school excursion to the North Coast. Crossing Hannah Street at Beecroft in Sydney's north-west she was struck by the school bus. Her young daughter was on board. Fortunately, she didn't see the incident but she was on the bus. It's a tragic day, not only for the family but for the witnesses and the bystanders who were here. In the woman's arms, she cradled her other daughter, an 11-month-old baby. The baby's been released into the middle of Hannah Street where bystanders have rushed to not only her aid but also the baby's aid. A local doctor who was passing by tried to give the woman CPR but she died on her way to hospital. Remarkably, her baby survived and was also taken to hospital where she stayed overnight for observation. The Gillard Government will pay Australian families $300 a week to make up a shortfall in community housing. The program will reportedly begin next month with the Government seeking 5,000 homes to be registered with the Australia Homestay Network. Families will host asylum seekers released from detention centres on bridging visas in a move that's been backed by the Refugee Council of Australia. And shortly, refugee advocates pass judgement on the plan. Police are expected to be out in force at a Gold Coast courthouse this morning when a bikie fronts court over last weekend's shopping centre shooting. Melbourne-based Finks member Mark James Graham is alleged to have shot and wounded senior Bandidos bikie member Jacques Teamo and an innocent female shopper. He was extradited to Queensland yesterday to face charges of attempted murder and grievous bodily harm. Police may revisit the 2004 rape allegations against AFL star Stephen Milne. that officers review the brief of evidence against the St Kilda forward to make sure the case was properly prepared. News Limited reports it's still possible he could be charged. Milne has consistently protested his innocence. Blue-collar workers have become the big earners of the Australian economy, taking home the big bucks usually associated with white-collar jobs. Blue-collar jobs make up 6 of the top 10 highest paid industries according to new analysis by Suncorp Bank. Mining tops the list. For young people out there looking for a career choice you may be better with a fluoro vest from Monday to Friday rather than a university degree. Hospitality workers were the lowest paid. In finance news: Sunrise Sport brought to you by Rexona for men. There is no quit in here, or on Tour de Cure. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Thanks, Sarah. Good morning. Rabbitohs forward Dave Taylor has dismissed suggestions he may back out of a deal to join the cash-strapped Titans next season. South Sydney is reportedly trying to keep Taylor who's yet to sign a contract with Gold Coast but the Test and Origin star denies he's looking for a way out. None of that's true. I'm just worried about Souths and whatever happens beyond next year is just a long way away. Souths appear to be planning for life after Taylor, signing Bronco Ben Te'o to a 3-year deal. Crows coach Brenton Sanderson admits he'd be shattered if the club was unable to re-sign young guns Patrick Dangerfield and Kurt Tippett. Both of Adelaide's most exciting youngsters are out of contract at the end of the season and interstate clubs are circling. At Essendon, young forward Michael Hurley is resigned to missing at least another fortnight with a hamstring injury. Kookaburras coach Ric Charlesworth is furious with the state of the hockey pitch that will be used at the London Olympics The gold medal favourites played on the pitch for the first time overnight and Charlesworth says it's far too bouncy. Nick Marshall-McCormack is in London. Yes, hello from this eye-catching blue-and-penk Olympic pitch where the really vent will happen in a month. Today they had the month. Today they had the fist hit out on the pitch against India and came away with a comfortable 3-0 win. Jamie duwire and the experienced Aussie heads were rested. The coach is using the tournament and games in Belgium and Germany to pick his Olympic squad so players are desperate to impress. It is quite in your face when you look add it from an outsider's point of view. But we have been training on a blue pitch in Perth so we are used to it. It is bouncy, when the ball goes against the grain it makes it hard to control. It is bouncy and hasn't been played on enough and to be like this for the next few months. Maybe a bit more water will hasn't been played on enough and has

make a difference but I am not sure. A much tougher match for the Kookaburras, up against Germany and the Beijing gold medallists. Today, a much easier win against India. No more days to wait ubtill the start of the Tour de Cure. We are going from Brisbane to Noosa, 160 kays to raise money raise money cancer. Up hill too. Yes, up hill. Everyone else can have a sleep in, you, we are making you work. Hz how it should be. He up at three anyway, to rewax. Coming work. Hz how it should be. He gets and seeing us is fine. If is fine. Really proud of you. Thanks, guys, appreciate it. Let's go to Grant, he's climbing every mountain this morning. You know what? Berettsaint the only superhero in the weather team of Sunrise. He got me inspired. I thought if he is fit out there raising money for charity, I better get fit. But I hate gyms, I can't do treadmills, and I thought what is an alternative? Rock climbing. As you pointed out Mel, it is quite a conundrum on wet day, how do you figure them out and wear them out. If I can't send them to your place. Snono, don't do that. Climbing is a fantastic way to get fit. This Climb Fit, one of the biggest fantastic way to get fit. This is rock-climbing indoor gyms in Sydney. It works on every part of your body, your arms, your legs, nearly fell on

national television. It is a great way to pass the day. Yeah! Thank you very much. Let's look at the forecast right around Australia. Sunrise weather brought to you Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. Melbourne, a fair bit of rain about, potentially between 40 and 60 mLs falling across the state. I thought I was doing really well just then until I saw that guy. How humiliating. He seems to be upside down hanging from the roof. Show off. That is pure strength. That is commitment, that is unbelievable, see you in halfa. Are you for real? Impressed. OK, you have got half an hour to work on that, Grant, see you soon. Rape allegations against St Kilda AFL star Stephen Milne will be re-examined by Victoria Police. The allegations made by a then 19-year-old date back eight years. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells joins us. Nick, can you remind us about the claims? These are very old claims. This dates back to 2004 and what was alleged at the time by a then-19-year-old student was St Kilda family day, she was back at then-19-year-old student was after a the house of a St Kilda player, Leigh Montagna. She thought she was in a darkened room being intimate with Leigh Montagna, in fact, when

light came into the room, she discovered she was with Stephen Milne instead. That is the substance of her allegation. At the time it was big news and police investigated this. But the official ruling from police the was no reasonable hope of prosecution and charges were dropped. So, I think we have lost Nick. OK, we will try to get in touch with him a bit later and find out why it is back in out why it is back in the headlines. We will have a go at this one. The Federal Government is looking at offering up to $300 a week to Australian families willing to take in asylum seekers. A flood of boat people and a shortage of community housing is prompting the Gillard Government turn to suburban homes. The scheme will use families originally registered to provide board for foreign students. Ian Rintoul from the Refugee Action Coalition joins us now from Brisbane. Ian, is housing them with Australian families the answer to the asylum seeker crisis? Well, it is the start of a positive answer, anyway, anything that people out of detention centres has got to be a step in the right answer, anyway, anything that gets

direction. The figure being floated is around $ is around $3 a week. Is that -- $ is around $3 a week. Is that -- $300 a week, is that adequate? Yes, it is adequate, in fact, it is far cheaper than what it is presently costing the government to keep people detention centres. It is better the government to keep people in financially and better for everyone involved. You got your finger on the pulse of this. What do you think? Will Australians be willing to open up their homes to take in asylum seekers? Would it improve their saepsance? Sl is sadly, sadly a stigma attached? There are saepsance? Sl is sadly, -- there is 5,000 Australian families would open up their doors for nothing if it meant people would get out of detention centres. If people got to know them, it would be easier to break down the myths and scare mongering that is associated with boat arrivals. Certainly, it will be interesting to see where it goes. Thank you. Thank you. Borrowers will be watching the major banks today with keen eyes to see if they follow the NAB's lead and cut rates. The National has reduced its variable home loan by 0.32%. That's over half the Reserve Bank's cut.

And it'll take the NAB's loan rate to 6.99%. The other three big banks are yet to budge. Michael Pascoe is from Fairfax Media's BusinessDay. Are you surprised NAB was the first big bank to move? Have they gone for the PR? It is a great game of competitive brinkmanship between the big four banks. The NAB was the last one to put them up with the banks put them up 234 dependently. It guz give the 6. up 234 dependently. It guz give the 6.99, you know, the $ 6.99, you know, the $1 dollar special. They have worked out the other four won't be able to cut by more than 40 points, which will leave the rest of them sitting above the 7, there abouts, they will leave the rest of them sitting just be just under it. From an advertising point of view, the NAB said advertising point of view, the NAB said, " said, "We will be the lowest of the big 4." They work out they could do it by 32 point. 31 wouldn't work it. It wouldn't, we all still fall for the $ the $1. the $1.9 price. Why not pass it on in full? The banks have in full? The banks in full? The banks vv higher funding costs. They want to preserve the higher marge sqnzens and the big -- margins and the big fat profit. The ANZ had a record profit but if you look into the detail the margins were squeezed a bit and the banks are working to protect the margins. The longer they hold off, we always hear the amount they are saving by delaying it a few days. It is enormous? It is. We are talking banks and every tiny fraction of point turns into millions of enormous? It is. We are talking big

dollars. The thing that people have to realise though, we get caught up talking about the variable headline rate, what counts is what you pay. Very, very few people would actually pay the 6. pay the 6.99% the NAB is after. All the banks are open to a deal and negotiation. The real rate people should pay at the NAB is probably 6. should pay at the NAB is probably 6.3% or even lower if you can negotiate, rather than the headline 6. negotiate, rather than the headline 6.99% negotiate, rather than the headline 6.99%. When will we see others move? The Commonwealth and Westpac by the ends of the week. The ANZ have said they make their decision by the end of the month, Friday week. OK, good to see you. A Victorian man has been extradited to Queensland over a shopping centre shooting. The man was flown to Brisbane under heavy security last night. He'll appear in court later today. from the Gold Coast. What charges will he be facing? Good morning, well, 26-year-old Mark Graham, who is a member of the Finks bikie gang is likely to face three charges today. Attempted murder, unlawful wounding and acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm. He is acaused of shooting two people in broad daylight at a Gold Coast shopping centre on Saturday. One of the victims is a senior member of the Bandidos, believed to be Jacques Teamo, he was shot in the arm in front of his two children, the other victim is a 53-year-old three, caught in the cross fire, shot in the hip, taken to the Gold victim is a 53-year-old mother of

Coast hospital, taken to hospital where she is receiving treatment. A bit of action with the sirens behind you, Michelle. He was escorted to Brisbane last night? Yes, police were weren't taking any chances because he is considered a high-risk prisoner, they said it was to protect the public and a gang member. They defended the use of the government jet instead of a commercial plane, police said it was necessary. He was brought in under heavy guard. They didn't want a situation they had a couple of years ago in Sydney where a bikie gang member was bashed to death at the arrivals terminal in Sydney. arrivals terminal in Sydney.. It follows a week of extreme gang violence in Brisbane and Sydney. And on the Gold Coast. Police are fearing heavy retaliatory attacks. There will be heavy security here at the court. Thank you. Today marks five years since the disappearance of British toddler Madeleine McCann. Maddie went missing on a family holiday in Portugal in 2007 when she was just three. Her parents have marked the anniversary by appealing to Portuguese police to re-open the case. I think our best our best chance of finding Madeleine and the person whose committed and the person who's committed the crime is by the case being re-opened. A Portuguese taxidriver, who believes he picked up Maddie with a woman the night after she vanished, has now come forward, saying investigators ignored his sighting. UK correspondent Martin Frizell joins me now. Martin, how credible is this taxidriver's sighting? Given he said he told authorities at the time, no-one followed it up? Yes, and the McCann family clearly think it is credible. They call it ignorance, deeply shocking. They are pleading with the Portuguese to look at it again. Certainly, of all the lead that I have heard, this seems very credible indeed. He was a taxidriver, within 24 hours of Madeleine disappearing five years ago, he picked up, within an hour's drive, he picked up three men, a woman and a young girl, three four years old in pink pyjamas. They woman and a young girl, three or were with him for 10 or 20 minutes, went to another hotel and got into blue jeep. He said they didn't sayening knat all and the girl have been doped. He believed it was sayening knat all and the girl may Madeleine. He went straight to the police, told them and they didn't do anything. He is angry and of course, Madeleine McCann's family are furious. My God, I don't know how it couldn't have been followed up? Also, Kate and Jerry McCann, like any parents would in this situation, still remain confident daughter will be found? Yes, they the line today they are more still remain confident their

positive than ever. Because of things like that we have just spoken about and the fact that Scotland Yard are on the case. Yard are on the case. They have got almost 200 new leads they want to pursue with the Portuguese, the fact that Madeleine's siblings are growing up, toddlers, add school, 5 or 6 years old, they want to get involved in the search as well. But what Kate McCann is impressed with is the age-impressed photo fit, it is the picture they want to people to bear in mind as they go forward. Here he is talking about it today. I actually feel really positive about that image. I mean I didn't get upset, I didn't burst into tears. I actually looked at it and felt really hopeful. I mean, I can see my daughter in there. I can see bits of all of us in there, to be honest. So I feel there is a very strong family resemblance and whilst that's the case, I think it's going to be a really useful investigative tool. Gee, they are just amazing how they can so confident and so hopeful and focused. I know. How is her anniversary being marked in United Kingdom? As you said, all our lives, all parents changed five anniversary being marked in the

years ago when that happened. We looked how we left our children alone even for a few moments. It will be a quiet anniversary. A quiet one, a mass will be held in Liverpool in Madeleine's parents' church where they got married. But they hope to be there with family and friends and hope someone sees something out there. Given there is 200 leads they are pursuing, I hope they find something. Here is Larry. The hunt is on for a massive crocodile that's strayed a long way south in Queensland. Rangers are in Maryborough trying hard to capture the monster. It was spotted on the Mary River just a few hours north of Brisbane. It's not the first time a saltwater crocodile has been found this far south but it's still rare. Locals are being warned to steer clear while authorities try to catch it. Wildlife manager Mike Devery from the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has his guys keeping an eye on it. Mike, have you caught him yet? Do you feel like you are closing in? Good morning, Larry. Look, I had a report from the wildlife rangers early in the water this morning, the trap has not been triggered and is empty. But that is not surprising. It was set yesterday. Crocodiles are naturally very wary animals and this fellow is out of normal range and in cold water. It will be cautious before going into a trap. How often does a croc of this size come this far south. It is a rare event. Certainly, it can occur, they are confident ocean swimmers and go into to ocean. The last formal record was 1905 where a large animal was shot in the local River here in Brisbane. But rangers, the Boyne River just south of Gladstone but the animals can from time to time proceed south. Are you confident of a catch? Look, crocodiles, as I said are quite wary animals. This time of year, and this far south it will be cool. It spent time on Tuesday basking in the sun. So its appetite is probably not heightened but the bait, a piece of pig is sitting out there and will be getting more attractive to a crocodile as time passes. We hope it will go in the trap. Good luck with that. We will stay tuned. Thank you for your time. Fingers crossed it will go into the trap. A mother in the US has pleaded not guilty to child endangerment after her 5-year-old daughter allegedly suffered third-degree burns in a tanning booth. School officials in New Jersey called police She's my little girl, I'm going to bring my little daughter into a 90-degree bed? I mean, that's not normal. Speaking of not normal... The mother admitted taking her daughter to the salon but not inside the solarium. But said she simply stood inside the room. Can you get passive spray tan? Every time I see her! She is trying to tell us she did the right thing. Frightening before and after shots. Why do it to yourself, let alone your child? That is the before and after. The next shot, we can use the crocodile shot. Or that one. It is horrible. I think I look incredibly healthy on the right. There is nothing wrong with that. That is why I take my kids to the spran centre because I reckon that looks unreal. I take my kids to the spran tan

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Well, Sarah, a lot of workers turned up to work this morning only to find, as you had, the gate were locked. They previously had no idea. The rumour mill had started yesterday but they had no official warning until this morning. The company was placed into administration on the 25th and this morning when they arrived for work they were given letters from the administrators saying the business cannot continue, it is not viable so they have lost their jobs. They are pretty angry and bewildered. Some haven't told their partners and wives yet. It is a pretty distressing time for them. Understandably. Thank you. Borrowers will be watching the major banks closely to see if they follow the NAB's lead and cut rates. The NAB was the first to move, reducing its home loan rate by 0.32% but it could be a few days before the others follow. I think we'll probably see the Commonwealth and Westpac by the end of the week. The ANZ has already said they make their decision on the second Friday of the month - Friday week. Economists say it's unlikely the big four will pass on the Reserve Bank's full 0.5% cut. Australian families will be paid up to $300 to house asylum seekers with the increasing flood of boat arrivals. News Limited reports homes registered with the Australian Home Stay Network will be asked to temporarily host asylum seekers who've been released from detention. The Immigration Department will pay for security and training for families that take up the offer. And emergency workers have performed a marathon 3-hour rescue in the New South Wales Southern Highlands after a toddler got his finger stuck in the drain of a bathtub. Paramedics, the SES, police and a plumber were on hand to oversee the delicate operation. We had to basically dismantle the whole bath, it was a very old bath and we had to use specialist rescue and cutting techniques to release this child. The boy was exhausted but uninjured and was flown to Westmead Children's Hospital as a precaution. Sunrise Sport brought to you by Rexona for men. There is no quit in here, or on Tour de Cure. And Beretts is in Brisbane for the Tour. Limbering up for the Tour de Cure? Limbered up and ready to go, for sure. Rabbitohs forward Dave Taylor has dismissed suggestions he may back out of a deal to join the cash-strapped Titans next season. South Sydney is reportedly trying to keep Taylor who's yet to sign a contract with Gold Coast but the Test and Origin star denies he's looking for a way out. None of that's true. I'm just worried about Souths and whatever happens beyond next year is just a long way away. Souths appear to be planning for life after Taylor, signing Bronco Ben Te'o to a 3-year deal. Crows coach Brenton Sanderson admits he'd be shattered if the club was unable to re-sign young guns Patrick Dangerfield and Kurt Tippett. Both of Adelaide's most exciting youngsters are out of contract at the end of the season and interstate clubs are circling. At Essendon, young forward Michael Hurley is resigned to missing at least another fortnight with a hamstring injury. Tottenham remains in fourth spot in the Premier League Luka Modrich started the rout for Spurs with a stunning long-range volley. Newcastle United kept its hopes of automatic Champions League qualification alive by downing Chelsea 2-0. Papiss Cisse came up with a goal of the year contender to move Newcastle into equal fourth spot with Spurs. Guys, we have a lot of help along the way to help raise money for cancer research. It is great Commonwealth Bank has come on board cancer research. It is great the to kick-start the donations. Commonwealth Bank, you guys have become involved and a great team effort? Yes, we are proud to be associated with the Tour de Cure. Taking the cancer prevention message to 5,000 country kids is inspiring. In fact, over 2,000 of our staff have donated and there is more to come. How much did you raise last year? Just over $ year? Just over $2 million, just about $ about $2. about $2.1 million b-rp So that is the target this year. Do you reckon it will slow you down, that big cheque in your like raw pant pocket? I will strap it to my back. Buzz LightYear. Let's do weather. Let's do it. Beretts, can people come and find you on the road? Too far. I know it is a blur. I will stop for money, don't worry. People come along and wind down the window of the ute, web site, stop on the side of the road, whatever. Magic. We might take a look at the national forecast around this couple of days because I know it is going to be a big couple of days for Biretta. Let's look now. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. A low is directing cold southerly winds and scattered showers into south-east Australia. A front and trough are triggering patchy rain over New South Wales and Queensland. Well, Climb Fit is where we are. Mel suggested to come down here and a squiz. You know what? It is fantastic. Not only that, I am going suggested to come down here and have

to try my first inverted climb up this part of the wall. I was doing really well and they said they said a bunch of 60-year-old people, come in here for a birthday party, had tea and climbed tea and climbed the route I am on. Everyone climbs mountains but some people have different mountains. Safety first. When I take the kids, the mum is at the bottom holding the rope. I can't think of the word? Anchor. The lane. That is pressure, that is hard enough for me. I can't let go. If you let go? The boom. There are safety mechanisms in let go. If you let go? The kids go place if you vague out. And rubber mats on the floor too. How much it help? You are like the Bear mats on the floor too. How much can Grylls of childrens' playgrounds. Jetstar's Konichiwa Japan Sale is on now. You can fly direct to Tokyo or Osaka, departing Cairns, for just $149 per person. All fares are on sale now until midnight tomorrow unless sold out prior. Conditions apply. To book, visit jetstar.com or call 131 538. Ahead this Sunrise - pash for Posh.

The Beckhams caught on camera sneaking a tender moment. Oh! Not so tender. And, he's behind some of the world's biggest hits. Music's most wanted man is next. Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar Travelcard. Good morning to Melbourne as we look through the Jetstar Skycam. Rain at times and 16. Doesn't it look pretty? It looks like someone Instagrammed it. Music's most wanted man is in Australia. David Guetta has produced massive hits for artists like Rihanna, Kelly Rowland and The Black Eyed Peas. Entertainment editor Fifi Box has our exclusive. Good morning. Fifi, he loves coming to Australia. What a great guy What a great guy. To be one of the most popular DJ recording artists in the world. Everyone wants to work with this guy. So humble and down to earth. He is here for Greenfields, more dates to come. But we sat down with him yesterday for his only exclusive TV breakfast interview. # Make me come alive # Come on and turn me on # Touch me, save my life # Come on and turn me on. # From Nicki Minaj to Usher. # If you're not here # I'm paralysed without you. # David Guetta has worked with the biggest names in the industry. But he says it's about the talent, not the fame. They think I work with famous people because they're famous. But that's not what it is, you know? I just work with people, you know, that I admire. The DJ and producer has also worked with Australia's very reclusive, but very successful, voice - Sia. # I am titanium. # David had to convince Sia to sing for him. She was, like, "No, I don't want to be an art