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(generated from captions) An 8-year-old girl fighting for life slams into a petrol tanker. after a school bus family and friends say goodbye Allison Baden-Clay's for her killer. as police step up their hunt don't apply for a job. Bosses tell nicotine addicts There'll be snow the Highlands and Aberdeenshire. for the higher ground of over Balmoral. The potential for a few flurries Who the hell wrote this script? Prince Charles turns TV weatherman. the band's new music video. Your first look at # Just don't feel right (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Hello, and thanks for joining us. But can he do the sprinkler. It is all well and good to read the weather. Also this morning - class warfare. over its Budget for battlers. Tony Abbott tears into Labor with the Sunrise Budget Bonanza. And we'll help your budget We'll giveaway another $10,000. with the news of this Friday. But we're going to begin Here's Bec. carrying schoolchildren The driver of a bus in northern Victoria. is suspected of causing a crash night fighting for life in hospital An 8-year-Old girl has spent the with a fuel tanker near Kyabram. after the bus collided on board were also hurt. Three of the other six kids to give way to the petrol tanker it appears the bus has failed at a give-way sign. suffering leg injuries, The driver was thrown from the bus, wasn't too badly hurt. while the tanker driver at a church in Ipswich today Mourners will gather mother-of-3 Allison-Baden Clay. to farewell murdered Brisbane Tapper joins me now from Ipswich. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Good morning, Michelle. As she's laid to rest, still surrounds her death? a lot of mystery Yes, that's right. In fact, her family will be burying her today without even knowing how she died. The forensic results are still outstanding on that and police exploring the possibility that outstanding on that and police are someone else was involved in murder or helping to cover up someone else was involved in the

evidence. Last night the police were stationed at a round about between Ken more and brookfield where her body was found at a creek. They were stopping motorists and asking anyone if they remembered anything from the night that she disappeared on April 19th. Detectives say a number of people have come forward saying they did see Allison's family car on that evening. So all those angles will be explored and of course, hundreds are expected here for her funeral at Anglican Church here in Ipswich at expected here for her funeral at the 11:00. Thank you. the government cold and calculating Tony Abbott's labelled during his Budget reply speech. at new cash bonus payments Mr Abbott took particular aim for low- and middle-income families, class warfare. saying Julia Gillard is fostering from an unworthy Prime Minister... It's an ignoble piece of work Hear, hear. of the Australian people. ..that will offend the intelligence Hear, hear. He did announce one minor policy - foreign language studies in schools. a plan to increase appearing online and in newspapers Job ads are reportedly telling smokers they need not apply. News Limited reports personal trainers, publishers the positions include drivers, and disability workers. Equal Opportunity Commission warns The Victorian may be against the law. job ads which exclude smokers Camilla have made cameos And Prince Charles and his wife in Scotland. as BBC weather presenters for the higher ground, There'll be snow and Aberdeenshire, over Balmoral. the potential for a few flurries Who the hell wrote this script? As the afternoon goes on. Thank god it isn't a bank holiday. Don't know if they'll go full-time. BBC's 60th birthday celebrations. The presenter gigs were part of And coming up - from Prince Charles. we'll show you the whole forecast But now here's Kochie. Thank you, let's take a look at Wall Street. It is just closing now. Street. It is just closing now. It Thank you, let's take a look at Wall is trading up 20 points at this stage. The rating of Ben Bernanke has come in. 75% of professionals think he is doing a good job. We were at a 21 and 20 points to our indices. Shock! Yesterday on financial markets. a great deal of encouragement The latest job figures provide has taken a sharp slide. as the unemployment rate From 5.Two 2 to 4.9. Most expecting it to go up. As Pauline Hanson would say, " say, "Please explain." say, "Please explain."? It is an amazing result and we saw the dollar spike off the back of it. The over all result, the rate fell to a 1-year low. The Reserve Bank governor talks about Australians not feeling autmystic about our and foreigners feel more optimistic, feeling autmystic about our economy it is time for Australians to feel optimistic. We have a supersize rate cut coming through and the Reserve Bank looks like it will cut again. The data shows over the last months 50,000 people went and found The data shows over the last few work. That is more latent spending capacity. I think the labour market is going sideways but the activity levels will pick up in the coming year. A good sign. We have heard about job losses in transport, manufacturing and retail sector but there seems to be businesses out there that had hiring staff in this am environment. Big jump in part-time. What is the definition of unemployment. If you are unemployed you are out there looking for and can't find it. You work an hour you are out there looking for work a week to be employed in A substantial difference between part time and full time. What it does highlight, Kochie, the labour market is going sideways rather than collapsing in a heap. Thank you, Savanth. Ladies and gentlemen, here I try to educate our staff into matters finance. My heart is thumping today because our cameraman Craig here, has pinned to his camera here the Bareke ratio, the average Australian gold ratio and it is an explanation of the prices of gold compared to the average house price. He is going to give us a dissertation on it. Let's go to sport with Beretts, who is still on his bike. by Rexona for men. Sunrise Sport brought to you or on Tour de Cure. There is no quit in here, in North Queensland. And Beretts is in Ayr this morning, I know you follow the financial markets as well on the bike every day? Big time. Haven't had a day? Big time. Haven't had a lot of time for the 'Fin Review' on the bike but will get back on to it, thanks very much. Hawthorn will be without skipper Luke Hodge and key defender Josh Gibson for tonight's round seven AFL clash against the Demons at the MCG. Despite the high-profile absentees, the Hawks are expected to make light work of the winless Dees. Melbourne coach Mark Neeld insists his young side is close to putting it all together. Albeit we haven't cracked it for a win, the improvement we've shown in the last few weeks has been good. Umpires have been ordered to pay a free kick against any player who slides feet or knees first into a contest. Manly coach Geoff Toovey is showing the Broncos plenty of respect ahead of tonight's round 10 NRL clash at Suncorp Stadium. Toovey says Brisbane's the biggest threat to the Sea Eagles' push for back-to-back premierships. Broncos centre Justin Hodges is in doubt with an ankle injury. The struggling Titans tackle the Bulldogs in the other match of tonight's Suncorp Stadium double header. GreenEDGE sprinter Matt Goss has narrowly missed out on scoring his second straight stage wins at the Giro d'Italia. Goss and super sprinter Mark Cavendish waged a fierce battle at end of stage five overnight but it was Cavendish who prevailed by a bike length. Goss is now in fourth spot overall. Gets you motivated for a big day on the bike, that stuff. Massive yesterday, we left Airlie Beach, not easy to leave, 192 kilometres north to Ayr. The best part, a howling southerly tail wind rb we were flying had whole way, the best day of riding. Highlights in half an hour. Thanks, let's go to Grant and see what today's weather is doing. Morning? Something a little different today, in fact quite different. Not the normal atkrepbdalisationing, if I can make up -- adrenalisation. Today is something unusual in that we are in a juvenile detention centre. Why? Right around Australia, corporate heads are being locked down in facilities like this to raise awareness and funds for programs which help at-risk offenders get back on to their feet and employment and into community. If you have problems with your children not listening to you or doing what their told, get them to watch today, the inside of juvey, you wouldn't Prince Harry doing this. Let's look at the forecast. inside of juvey, you wouldn't get

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. Check this out, sunny and 29 for Newcastle and Sydney, potentially could go for the all-time May record today. Fing today. Fingers crossed. After being handcuffed to Warwick Capper at the top of a roller-coaster, I'm starting think someone doesn't like me. There is confirmation. Can I get my skinny roller-coaster, I'm starting to

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be really hard, force it under

ground. Be like prohibition. We should put it to phone poll. I just feel sorry for smokers now. I do. You got to have a choice in some things. This is possibly the best vision of the week. Prince Charles has delivered the weather report to mark 60 years of the BBC in Scotland. Well it's an unsettled picture as we head towards the end of the week. This afternoon it will be cold, wet and windy across most of Scotland. We are under the influence of low pressure and this weather front pushing northwards is bringing cloud and outbreaks of rain. The rain, of course will be heaviest over the birder and Edinburgh where it could lead to difficult lead to difficulty conditions on the roast. In the west, it will be drier and patchier, and overInterlouse house. Aha! There'll be snow for the higher ground, of the highlands and Aberdeenshire, the potential for a few flurries over Balmoral - who the hell wrote this script? As the afternoon goes - A little hazy sunshine for the Castle of Mey and a brisk north-easterly wind. Thank God it isn't a bank holiday. He has got a good sense of humour, I think so. I think he is great. That is great they do that. It nakes them normal. Asal as when you can become king. Camilla did it. We will show it later. We rave about his sons and their sense of humour and people say they got it from Diana but he has got to have one. I agree. Still ahead - the boy who claims he's seen heaven. You be the judge when he joins us live. But next, the news headlines and the code word to win your share of $100,000 in the Sunrise Budget Bonanza. # Money! # Here's the code word for the Sunrise Budget Bonanza: Now, call 1902 557 707 and register or send a text to 19 777 077 with the code word and your details. And stay watching, we could be calling you with $10,000 for the weekend, next hour. If you thought the One Direction mania was over, think again. Coming up - the group's brand new music video. We have your first look. But right now it's news time, here's Bec. Leading the news - an 8-year-old girl has spent the night fighting for life in hospital after a school bus and fuel tanker collided in Northern Victoria. It happened late yesterday afternoon near Kyabram, tearing the front off the bus. Four of the six children on board were injured. One of the children, a female, aged eight, has sustained life-threatening injuries and has been conveyed by ambulance helicopter to the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne. The driver was thrown from the bus, suffering leg injuries while the tanker driver wasn't too badly hurt. Initial investigations suggest the bus may have pulled out in front of the tanker. Two men armed with an axe and a rifle have smashed their way into a club in Sydney's north last night. during an attempted robbery at the Hunters Hill bar saw the men Three employees working locking themselves inside. and ran into a back room, the burglars couldn't get in Police say and took off. so they snatched several handbags but no-one was injured. One man was pushed off a bar stool at a church in Ipswich today Mourners will gather mother-of-3 Allison Baden-Clay. to farewell murdered Brisbane at 11:00 this morning Her funeral service will be held the 43-year-old's body was found almost 2 weeks after near a creek in Brisbane's west. Allison went missing on April 19 for a late-night walk. after leaving her Brookfield home and almost 400 are injured At least 55 people have died in Syria's capital, Damascus. after two massive explosions are the deadliest bombing the two suicide blasts in the country's 14-month uprising. for the violence to end. The UN is pleading more suffering This is going only to create the Syrian people. for women, children, are blaming each other Rebel fighters and government forces for the blasts. has followed the US President, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key expressing support for gay marriage. says he's not opposed to it Mr Key, a conservative, agenda. but it's not on his government's for same-sex unions yesterday. Barack Obama announced his backing against gay marriage. Julia Gillard's standing firm is underway this morning And the Olympic torch relay during a ceremony after the flame was lit where the ancient Olympics began. at the Greek ruins the sun's rays and light the torch. A concave mirror was used to focus for a week It'll be carried around Greece before travelling to Britain. Finance news now and Wall Street has finished the trading day up about 20 points. points. The Nasdaq lost one. finished the trading day up about 20 European markets were solid. To our region yesterday, our market was up after those sensational unbloument figures came out. Unemployment down from 5. from 5.2 to 4. from 5.2 to 4.9% from 5.2 to 4.9%, baffling virtually every economist's prediction. Time for sport. by Rexona for men. Sunrise Sport brought to you or on Tour de Cure. There is no quit in here, in Queensland. And Beretts is on the Tour in Ayr, A great spot too and all the kids here at St Francis primary school, a great bunch bright and early. Justin Hodges on the fitness of strike weapon with Manly at Suncorp Stadium. heading into tonight's encounter with an ankle injury at training Hodges struggled but the Sea Eagles aren't buying it. Hoggo's, he's the best for training, pulling out a day before the game and then coming out and having a blinder. The Sea Eagles made the trip north Kieran Foran. without injured five-eighth And the Titans will be strengthened and Beau Champion by the return of Scott Prince of the Suncorp double header. for game two has lost battle to recover in time West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui against Essendon. for tomorrow night's blockbuster on his injured hamstring Naitanui failed a fitness test with a hand injury. and Adam Selwood has been ruled out tonight at the MCG Round seven of the AFL gets underway the winless Demons. with Hawthorn up against on Seven and 7mate. All the action's live finals hopes go on the line The Waratahs' slim Super Rugby against the Bulls from South Africa at Allianz Stadium tonight Former Wallabies skipper Rocky Elsom to the starting side has been elevated for the first time this season. to South Africa with the team Winger Drew Mitchell will travel on the weekend if he passes a fitness test today. Footy tips now. Round 7 of the AFL over Melbourne tonight. and we're both going for Hawthorn We're split on a couple of games, over Richmond with the boys tipping Sydney over West Coast. and the girls going for Essendon To the NRL, Well, bring that on. Alrighty. Our highlights from yesterday, a magnificent day. As we headed off from Airlie Beach. Why would you leave Airlie Beach? Yeah! How good is it? Gorgeous is it? Gorgeous. We busted up into smaller groups for a flying start, look how fast we are going, just hooting down the highway. It is the fruit bowl of Australia and they grow them big at Bowen. Everywhere, just friendly locals, a great bunch. Best school, St Mary's at Bowen and privileged to see the first public performance of the new school choir. James Courteney led us out from the kids, he is popular with the kids. James Tobin and I working hard at the start of the bunch. JT and I heading over the magnificent Burdekin bridge, one of the biggest bridges in Australia. It is bigger than the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Story Bridge in Brisbane. There we are into Ayr, 192 kilometres later. You want the numbers, right? We have raised $ We have raised $2,047,000 for cancer research. We have crashed through

the $2 million, we are going to set the $

a record on the Tour de heading for Mission Beach. We need a record on the Tour de Cure, to raise $2. to raise $

to raise $2.1 million. That's is the new goal. A sensational effort. Been an amazing journey. See you soon. Grant is getting locked up for the weather today. Yes, Kochie, still here. Haven't gone far inside the juvenile detention centre here at haberfield in Sydney. They did lock the door shut and I have been here for half an hour, kids, listen to your folks, juvenile detention ain't fun, no dream world. That is what a couple of corporate leaders in Sydney are going to see tonight. They will see the work of organisations like white Line to get offenders off the streets. It is quite annoying to be in here. You can hear the rest of the world outside but you can't do. Beautiful sunshine, warmest May day in 70 years. It was a cracker. Today, similar conditions, potentially could go for the all-time record in 1919 on May one, 30 degrees. It could go for the all-time record set won't last, a series of cold fronts is coming from the south. So it will get chilly for Victoria and southern part of New South Wales. Let's look at the weather now, nothing else to do. Sunrise weather brought to you Winter Catalogue Sale. by Beacon Lighting's Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. A front is bringing showers to western Victoria and Tasmania. Humid south-easterlies are triggering a few showers on the Queensland north coast. A tropical low is generating showers and a few storms about the country's north-west. Yeah, the, nearly got it... See you in half an hour. Nice try, weather girl. You right there? Flamen' heck! Bad enough I'm locked in here, let alone call me a weather girl. See you soon. We look forward to it. White Lion is a great organisation. They help They help kids who have been in juvey get a job and also monitor them and help them and mentor them. A great thing they do. We will learn a lot more about it this morning. Jetstar's celebrating its eighth birthday with a huge sale on holiday flights. Take off from Brisbane to Hamilton Island for just $49 per person. Or fly to Jetstar's international destinations. Darwin to Manila is $89 per person. Or fly direct from Melbourne to Singapore for just $199. But be quick, the sale ends at midnight on Monday. All fares are one way and conditions apply. For more details or to book visit jetstar.com. After the break - the gay marriage debate takes centre stage in America. The backlash and the support for Barack Obama. And still ahead, an 8-year-old girl fights for life in a Melbourne hospital after a school bus slams into a petrol tanker. Then, can Black Caviar make it 21 wins in a row? We're live to Adelaide. VOICEOVER: OK. Established connection. Excellent fuel economy. Good. Airbags, seven of them. Perfect. Add blind spot monitor.

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The extra power of Hybrid Synergy Drive. Yes. Power inspires confidence. All-new 151-kilowatt Camry Hybrid. A warm and sunny day. A top of 29 degrees. It's nearly winter. Everyone here is getting their shirts off already. It is a bit early for that, Reports this morning the New South Wales Government has sold off Sydney's desalination plant for $2.3 billion. The previous government built it during the drought but it's not getting much work these days. There's been an emotion-charged reaction from both sides of American politics after Barack Obama confirmed he supports gay marriage. The President says it's his personal view and he won't be asking states to adopt it as policy. He made the announcement during a hastily arranged TV interview. It is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same-sex couples should be able to get married. Some commentators say it's a brave move in an election year. Our correspondent, Mike Amor, has more. Mike, what else have people had to say about the announcement? Well, morning, Mel. It has described as Barack Obama's out moment, in support of gay Well, morning, Mel. It has been

described as Barack Obama's coming marriage. Supporters have said it is like a win in the new civil rights campaign, comparing it to the successful campaign to get women the vote and also equal rights for African-Americans. It has been very interesting. Because opponents have jumped on to it but Mitt Romney, the man that Obama will face in the election, had a sticky moment. Because he had to confront accusations that in high school he bullied a fellow student because he was gay. Romney has come out and said, " said, "Yes, I apologise, I did hold this young man down and cut his hair, but I didn't know he was gay said hair, but I didn't know he was gay hair, but I didn't know he was gay." gay.". An Emotional debate. Ellen hair, but I didn't know he was

DeGeneres, married to Portia De Rossi, spoke about it on her show, listen. There has listen. There have been moments in listen. There

history when someone has courage to stands up for what they believe in and that one action changes history. It take as brave man to make a stand like this in an election year, so Mr President, I say to you, thank you, very, very much, thank you. Truth is most Americans are slowly coming around to the notion of gay marriage. A recent poll shows it is 50 / 50, a split in opinion. Thank you, good to talk to you. has been released New security footage Brazilian student of a 21-year-old by police and died shortly before he was tasered in March, in central Sydney. in a convenience store The vision shows the incident which led to police being called. Sophie Hull joins us. Sunrise correspondent Sophie, what can be seen? Well, until now we have only seen the grainy vision from out on the street but the new pictures show what happened inside the convenience store at the time of the incident. There is a man fitting Roberto Cruti's decision, first, him talk taogt cashier and talk -- talking to the cashier and a moment later head first on the counter and the is nowhere. He is back on his feet a first on the counter and the cashier few seconds after that. The last photo, 7 seconds later he is holding a packet of biscuits and talking to the cashier. This is the same moment, from another angle showing the cashier asking him to leave and a third man talking on his mobile phone. Police have faced a lot of criticism over this death? Yes, they were accused of being way too heavy handed at the time by members of the marijuana community and opponents of tasers. And an investigation is being overseen by the ombudsman but the police union says their members have to make split. have to make split-second decisions and it seems to be appropriate action at this time. ahead on the footy field. It's a big weekend to break it all down for us. Jim and Rebecca Wilson are here for the AFL. But first an off-field matter There's pressure to update the rule for the same club allowing sons to play who played 100 games or more. as their fathers the rule doesn't cover adopted sons. It's come to light amid claims with the times? Jim, does the league need to change Seem as no brainer. To me it does. I think it is an absolute no brainer. Gee, it is a grey area. Well, not a grey area. It should just happen. I find it objectal when people call peep the adopted sons because you are the son or the daughter. You have the legal rights of a birth child. And it should never be considered that you are any different. I also wonder, why is it such a huge issue? There are so many other big fish to fry in terms of footy, just go and do it. Yes, Andrew Demetriou seems to be a sensible bloke. I am with you. I can't underwhy they let it go, just change it. Commonsense will prevail, Andrew Demetriou will listen to people power and public opinion and go, " go, "This is ridiculous." What about the sliding tackle issue? the sliding tackle issue?? It is a good call. A great call. From this weekend, automatic free kick, if you slide with your knees or feet, a free kick. They have been coached into doing it. They are seeing it as the next big thing in footy. The fact you have got to slide into the ball, the big battle for the Look at this ball, the big battle for the ball. Look at this it is a matter of time ball, the big battle for the ball. before we see someone become a quadriplegic out of it. quadriplegic out of it. before we see someone become a quadriplegic out of it. It is before we see someone become a happening ten or 20 times every weekend. Rugby league, double headers. Broncos Sea Eagle. of Origin dress rehearseal. And the headers. Broncos Sea Eagle. A State Broncs and ly will be there some September. But tonight, big rehearsals for a number of State of September. But tonight, big dress Origin candidates. But Manly haven't got Keiran Foran back and Justin Hodges, may not be back. A loss for the Broncos. I am going with the Broncos but that is a heart tip. Bulldogs? No, my mob, the T igtans. Bulldogs? No, my mob, the T igtans. The

Bulldogs should win but I spell an Bulldogs? No, my mob, the T igtans

up set. He always says that about the Titans. Am passionate. You jump on and off your teams. Who is winning the tipping? Here we go v to go in for the tipping. It Mother's Day on Sunday? Hi, Lulu, go in for the tipping. It is happy Mother's Day from your fantastic children. Leave the tipping aroan. -- leave the tipping alone. News is coming up. to the Games. Then, the final countdown begins its journey to London. We're live to Greece as the flame and his wife, Emma, Plus, Bruce Willis to the world. introduce their baby girl Fresh Market Update. But first here's your Woolworths Nelson Aspen joins us in New York. have introduced their baby girl Bruce Willis and his wife to the world. Oh! We watched his three daughters with Demi Moore grow up and now we have a new girl to watch. Baby Mabel, by his new wife emaand she said, " said, "Daddy and Mabel." said, "Daddy and Mabel.". She has got way more hair than me, Breust and Kochie put together. He is good making girls. It is a new day and a

more information about John Travolta's ongoing issue. He has produced more evidence he did not sexually assault two men His lawyer, Marty Singer said he had document that would prove he was in New York and not in California where John Doe claims he was sexually assaulted. Today those became public, the flight itinerary, the hotel records and the photooffs John Travolta taken for the wardrobe test. And they have timed documentation on them. As it looks more difficult for John Doe numbers one and two to make claims, No.1 made strange comments to a web site. I can't believe his attorney wanted him to but he did. " attorney wanted him to but he did., attorney wanted him to but he

"I don't think anyone should form attorney wanted him to but he did.,

any opinion about Mr Trau salta, his family. A photograph, restaurant receipt and testimony that may or may not constitute testimony. A number of people escape their p crimes do so because of number of people escape their clime mishandling evident." He may be looking for a way to looking for a way to negotiate a settlement or give more interviews. No.2 who alleges the sexual assaults took place in Atlanta, the resort in Atlanta has shut down their employees, reportedly from commenting about the case, lest they face termination. You might recall when Whitney Houston passed away at the Beverley Hilton there was the same issue with employees talking to the press. Thank you, see you soon. An 8-year-old girl fighting for life after a school bus slams into a petrol tanker. Allison Baden-Clay's family and friends say goodbye as police step up their hunt for her killer. Bosses tell nicotine addicts don't apply for a job. There'll be snow for the higher ground of the Highlands and Aberdeenshire. The potential for a few flurries over Balmoral. Who the hell wrote this script? Prince Charles turns TV weatherman. Your first look at the band's new music video. # Because I can't love you more than this # (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. What a jolly old fellow he is. We're seeing a bit of Prince Charles' lighter side with that weather report. So is that what's he really like? We'll find out soon. And also, Camilla had a turn. It is nice to see. But Bec has the latest news. Leading the news - an 8-year-old girl is critically injured in hospital this morning after a bus carrying schoolchildren collided with a petrol tanker in northern Victoria. Nuala Hafner is following the story and joins me now. Nuala, do police have any idea how this happened? Morning, yes, horrific. Police have launched an investigation. It is very early on in that process but they say at this stage it looks like the bus driver may have failed to stop at a give-way sign. The 8-year-old girl was flown to Royal Children's Hospital. She is still in a critical condition. She 8-year-old girl was flown to the

was sitting right at the front of the bus, which as you can see is pretty much where the fuel tanker hit. So she sustained the worst of the impact. Herp six-year-old brother and another child were to the Goulburn hospital with brother and another child were taken suspected spinal injuries. The bus driver was thrown 20 metres through the wind screen even though wearing a seatbelt. He has broken bones. The fuel tanker driver has escaped with minor injuries but it took SES volunteers 1 and a half hours to cut him free. It happened in Kyabram. Our thoughts are with that community. The children went to Kyabram College. later this morning to farewell murdered Brisbane mother of three Allison Baden-Clay. detectives investigating her death stopped drivers at a roundabout near to where Allison went missing almost two weeks ago. It's understood at least one motorist remembered seeing Mrs Baden-Clay's car. The Government's been quick to bite back after Tony Abbott's Budget reply speech last night. The Opposition slammed Labor, saying it's fostering class warfare and said Julia Gillard is an unworthy Prime Minister. What he is clearly saying to Australians is, "I don't need to tell you anything, "I don't need to tell you what my plans are.". Mr Abbott did announce a plan to increase foreign language studies in schools. New security camera images have emerged appearing to show a Brazilian student just before his fatal encounter with Sydney police in March. In the pictures, a man fitting Roberto Laudisio Curti's description can be seen behind the counter in a Kings Cross convenience store before being told to leave. Not long afterwards, the 21-year-old collapsed on a city street when he was tasered by pursuing officers. A coronial inquest is expected later this year. Prince Charles has shown how cool he can be under high pressure, making a cameo as a weatherman. The heir to the throne was joined by his wife, Camilla, to mark the BBC's 60th anniversary in Scotland. The royal brolly was up on a damp day in Scotland with little chance of thinging getting better. That at least was the verdict of the new weather man, when Prince Charles was presented with an electronic map showing sclan's royal propertyties, like Dumphries House he wouldn't resist talking about raining. In the west, rain will be lighter and patchier, a few lighter interludes over Dumphries house in Azure, aha! There'll be snow for the higher ground, of the Highlands and Aberdeenshire, the potential for a few flurries over Balmoral - who the hell wrote this script? As the afternoon goes - Thank God it isn't a bank holiday. He has always wanted to do it. He thought he would be good. Then it was Camilla's turn. The rain will be heaviest over the borders and Edinburgh where it could lead to difficult conditions. In the west the rain will be lighter and patchier. And Prince Harry own royal forecast in his mother's diamond jubilee year, rain expected, but not for some time. And in 15 minutes, we'll show you the whole forecast from Prince Charles. But now here's Kochie. You are so kind, I'll do the as well. Let's go to a different board, Wall Street, the markets are You are so kind, I'll do the weather

up. European markets broke their losing streak as well. To our region yesterday yesterday we were buoyed by amazing losing streak as well. To our region unemployment figures. Take this puts it in perspective for you. This is the unemployment rate since 1967. The long-term average of unemployment is 7. unemployment is 7.2% unemployment is 7.2%. Now, this big spike here is the recession of the early '90s. It did spike up during the global financial crisis. But look at 4. early '90s. It did spike up again

But look at 4.9% in the history of unemployment looks pretty damn good. Doesn't it? Time for sport. Sunrise Sport brought to you by Rexona for men. There is no quit in here, or on Tour de Cure. Beretts has a few mates from St Francis primary? Say G'day to everyone from the school and region. A great turn out. They made their signs and brought their sugar cane, which is great, we will eat it later. Hawthorn will be without skipper Luke Hodge and key defender Josh Gibson for tonight's Round 7 AFL clash against the Demons at the MCG. Despite the high-profile absentees, the Hawks are expected to make light work of the winless Dees. Melbourne coach Mark Neeld insists his young side is close to putting it all together. Albeit we haven't cracked it for a win, the improvement we've shown in the last few weeks has been good. Umpires have been ordered to pay a free kick against any player who slides feet or knees first into a contest. Manly coach Geoff Toovey is showing the Broncos plenty of respect ahead of tonight's Round 10 NRL clash at Suncorp Stadium. Toovey says Brisbane's the biggest threat to the Sea Eagles' push for back-to-back premierships. Broncos centre Justin Hodges is in doubt with an ankle injury. The struggling Titans tackle the Bulldogs in the other match of tonight's Suncorp Stadium double header. Mitchell Johnson has reignited his flagging international career with the help of tuition from Aussie pace bowling legend Dennis Lillee. Johnson has been named in the 15-man one-day squad to tour England next month along with teen sensation Patrick Cummins. Meanwhile, former skipper Ricky Ponting has been given the Order of Australia. for services to cricket and the foundation he started with wife, Rianna. A long the road we see a lot of trucks and truckies, we often talk about truckies, I got to say, the truckies have been sensational. (whistles) truckies have been sensational. (whistles). What are you looking at? When they pass they pull wide, they slow down and toot and say G'day, but the truckies in Queensland, brilliant. Can I show you dedication, while everyone is over here having a good time, how is this for dedication, Andrew give us a wave. Andrew, the senior constable is on the barbecue duty. He is on the barbie while everyone else is here having a good time. See you shortly. Speaking of shortly, what are you wearing? What is the socks The chicken legs? My bike riding socks, ready to go. Bec wants to see the lycra ones next sport. They are underneath, a sneak peak for everyone. You asked, he ebdelivered, see you soon. Let's go to Grant for today's forecast. Right Mr Denyer, get in there. Fingerprint him. Thumb. Why would you want to be, strewthn a detention centre. They are throwing the doors open today to the community here in Sydney and then it is then it is going to progress to other capital cities around Australia to give you an insight how it works with organiseations like White Line. Everybody deserve as second chance, you hear me? Yeah, yeah, fascinating. A couple of bad jokes, wrong forecast, whatever. Let's look at the forecast 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. Could be a May record breaker in Sydney today. A series of cold fronts starts to come through from Geelong. Um, they are... Come on. Against the wall. A very intimidating place. Spread them! Strewth! Friendly around here. Spread them, you look nice. Strewth! I was hoping for an all-girl juvenile detention centre. Thanks officer, I'm going to enjoy this. Get back here. This is outrages. Thank you, Grant. Get back here. The PM is sticking with her stance on gay marriage despite US President Barack Obama declaring he now supports it. Same-sex marriage legislation is currently before Parliament but both Julia Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott have signalled they'll oppose the issue. Let's bring in our Big Guns of Politics now - Environment Minister Tony Burke is in Canberra and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey is at the Crown Casino in Melbourne. Good morning. Tony, the leader of the free world now backs same-sex marriage. Is it time for our Government to follow suit? Kochie, I think it is good President Obama has come out and said exactly what he believes on this issue. We'll have the chance for that in the federal parliament, I expect this term, if not very soon after. But when it comes up, I have got the other view and won't vote for a change. But I think it is important for an issue like this where it doesn't divide on party political lines people say what they believe. The majorities of Australians are supporting this issue. Do you it is time our political leaders reconsider the supporting this issue. Do you think

reconsider the stance or is it personal InI believe it is a personal issue. I don't support gay marriage. I won't vote for a to the legislation. People have marriage. I won't vote for a change different views and they are entitled to it but that is my view. Why? Kochie, I look at a family and I am very reluctant to define what a family is. Because it is basically a loving relationship between two people. But not accepting it you are defining it st Well, hang on, when it comes to a marriage, which is an authorisation under federal law I want to give children the very best opportunity in life. From my perspective, and I am mean, I must say my view has changed since I had children, I really believe children should have a mother and a father. That is my view. Tony? What is your view? Why have you taken your chance? view? Why have you taken your chance stance? I just don't think that is what the word 'Marriage' means. It is not necessarily a reflection on the very different situations there are with raising kids around the nation but on the specifics of do I think we should redefine the word, I don't. It is personal. Fair enough, thank you for your views. I want to ask about Tony Abbott using his Budget reply and he used to hit back at Julia Gillard's comments have have sparked a class war. Mr Abbott has got to goat off Sydney's north shore and get real values. My valueerise the product of a real life like yours, like raising three daughters in suburban Sydney with Margy, pay agmortgage, worries about bills. Was he hurt or by the PM's comments? I think all Australians should be offended. I about bills. Was he hurt or offended

despise this class warfare line and a suggestion that a Prime Minister makes that Australianed should turn against Australians based on where they live or what their income is. Prime Minister is meant to bring people together. Unite the nation. they live or what their income is. A

People have come from all around the world to come to Australia and they have done so because they have been running away from class warfare. Where just, of all the things, I have seen over the last four years, this is the thing I most despise. Tony, it was a stupid wasn't it is? Not for a minute. Tony, it was a stupid comment, Let's not forget the extraordinary situation that we have been dealing with this week where we have been trying to work out why on earth Tony Abbott has fallen this far out of touch with working families. I mean, we actually had a situation where, for working families, $ for working families, $400 for primary school students $ primary school students $800 for high school students. We all know, having kids at school costs much, much more than that. And yet Tony Abbott comes out, votes against getting the money, tries to prevent Abbott comes out, votes against them them getting the money and at the same time, says they might not spend it on their kids. He said maybe they will blow it on the pokies. At the moment, these families are at home, at the kitchen, getting the kids ready for school with a pile of bills there on the kitchen bench. They are not with Joe at the Crown casino blowing their money. Joe. Tony, you are better than that. Can I say to you, in my electorate in North Sydney, I have a vast number of people in housing commission flats. They live on the North Shore and doing it pretty tough. One of the reasons they are doing it pretty tough is because bills like electricity bills are going up and your carbon tax is doing it. If you really care about the people battling with bills, don't increase the things of electricity with your taxes. We are saying you have got to be responsible with taxpayers' money, a system where you get an education rebate for educations expenses it was appropriate. But if the government is in the business of handing out $ handing out $900 cheques again, all on borrowed money on borrowed money then all they are doing is taking away from their children into the future because the borrow said money has to be repaid by those children. Joe you can't commain about the cost of living and stand in the way of people getting the cost of living help. For families with expenses, expenses happen. Whether they have lost the money or whatever, they have spent the money. Put the money into

education.I it is what the parents are doing. OK, ding, ding, sounds like we haven't solved the class war, it is going to keep going. Gentlemen, thank you for your time. See you later. Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay will be laid to rest today as police continue the hunt for her killer. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is at St Paul's Anglican Church in Ipswich. Michelle, this will be such a tough day for Allison's family. There is no doubt about that. It will be very difficult for Allison's parents, Geoff and Priscilla Dickie. Priscilla had her birth on Wednesday, her first without her daughter and Geoff has his birthday on Sunday, which we know is Mother's Day. It will be very difficult for them on that day, also for Allison's three young daughters who are just ten, eight and five. And as for Allison's husband, Gerard Baden-Clay, he has been looking after the three girls and staying at his parents' place. Allison's death has shocked her entire friends and families but the whole families but the whole community at breekfield is missing the well known and well-liked mother. There are expected to be hundreds of people at the funeral. Her parents have asked people to donate money for an education trust set up for their granddaughters instead of bringing flower. What is the latest on the police investigation? Well, several witnesses have come forward and told police they have seen the couple's family car on the night that Allison disappeared, which was April nineteenth. Last night people were stationed at the Ken more round about which is crucial to the investigation because it is in the middle of her home in middle of her home in brookfield and the location where her body was found at Koloe Creek. Police were set up between 11:30 and 4:00, in the middle of the timeframe when she went missing. They were asking people if they had anything from the night. Detectives are investigating the possibility a second person have been invulved in Allison's murder or helping to cover up the possibility a second person may

evidence. Thank you. Black Caviar is set to make history again this weekend. The mare is racing for her 21st consecutive win at Morphettville racecourse in Adelaide. Sunrise correspondent Amanda Bachmann is track-side. Amanda, how's Black Caviar looking? 21, it would be. How is she looking? Like a winner, Mel. She arrives here in the early hours of this morning. We have are not sure yet if she has taken to the track. Something else arriving, a Saudi prince apparently to arriving, a Saudi prince apparently to check her out. I have taken a lesson in racing 1 0 1. She is $ lesson in racing 1 0 1. She is $1. lesson in racing 1 0 1. She is $1.03 which is not good shopping but you can bet against her winning at $ can bet against her winning at $17 which is like throwing money out of the window because she is definitely looking like a winner, let's take a look. Better than a perfect 10, Black Caviar, she's 20 out of 20. Black Caviar is unstoppable and her race at Morphettville in the Group 1 Goodwood should be a breeze. She's drawn barrier 8, although I suspect it wouldn't matter where she started from. It's the second time Black Caviar has raced in Adelaide and there should be a sell-out crowd in the stands. The merchandise is sure to be a big seller again if salmon and black spots take your fancy. But back to the racing business - this will be Black Caviar's final run in Australia before she heads to England and Royal Ascot. International eyes are watching keenly. There's talk of TV docos, paintings and books. As for tomorrow's walkover, or gallop-over, as the case may be there's probably little point in betting. She's only up against a field of eight but it might be nice to say you ran second to one of Australia's legends of horseracing. There are still a couple hundred tickets left here at Morphettville or you can follow Black Caviar's action on Twitter, Facebook or web site. She is social media savvy. All the action will be here on the Seven network 4:20 eastern time. You are on top of it. See you soon. Here is Kochie. The Olympic torch relay has officially begun. The torch was set alight in a traditional ceremony in Olympia overnight. It will now make its way through Greece before beginning its British journey in the lead-up to the London Games. And Seven News correspondent Adrian Brown joins us now from Athens. Good morning. After witnessing the lighting of the flame. How did it go? Did the ceremony live up to expectations? Kochie, it did in many ways. It is a magical couple of hours, even though the ceremony happens every two years for the winter and summer Games. There were nymphs, priestesses, all of them actresses, a lot of dancers, male and female and heaps of Greek migology. It all went to plan accept for one slight, 50 minutes into the ceremonyly the flame was briefly extinguished. You don't see it on the live television coverage but it did hap. A reminder of the bad luck the country has been having and perhaps a bad omen for London. first person to receive the torch is the country's national swimming perhaps a bad omen for London. The

champion. The torch is now makeic its way around Greece, it will go on for another seven days before the flame is flown to the UK. We have to remember though the backdrop to this ceremony. Greece is still reeling from month of political and economic turmoil and that is beginning to impact on Greeces's preparations for the Game. The team it is taking to London will be half of the size of the team it took to Beijing. E. A reminder the people here are doing it tough. Let's hope it lifts their spirits. I am more shocked there are no real nymphs around, they had to get actresses and godesses. They are not real. As we've been reporting, Prince Charles has delivered the weather to mark 60 years of the BBC in Scotland. Well, it's an unsettled picture as we head towards the end of the week. This afternoon it will be cold, wet and windy across most of Scotland. We are under the influence of low pressure and this weather front pushing northwards is bringing cloud and outbreaks of rain. The rain, of course, will be heaviest over The orders and around Edinburgh where it could lead to difficult conditions on the roads. In the west rain will be lighter and patchier, lighter interludes over donenys house in Azure. Aha! There'll be snow for the higher ground, of the Highlands and Aberdeenshire, the potential for a few flurries over Balmoral - who the hell wrote this script? As the afternoon goes - The best of the drier and Briter weather will be over the northern islands and inmainland. Hazy sun hine the for the Castle of and a brisk north-easterly wind. Thank God it isn't a bank holiday. Royal commentator Robert Jobson joins us now from London. Rob, you've known Charles a while, is this the real prince we don't often get to see? Yes, he has always been a bit of an eccentric. I remember going on trips with him when he would put on funny hats and joke with the press. Since Camilla is on the scene he is more light hearted and prepared to take a chance. Is this where the boys get their sense of humour from? They have got a good sense of fun? There was certainly a Prince Harry twinkle about Prince Charles today. Yes, Harry definitely takes after his dad. William is a little bit more careful. He is a genuine eccentric, Prince Charles and I thought it was a quality performance. Do you think sort of the public p's reaction to his sons may be rubbing off on him? He has been in the shadow of his mum who is very proper and said he has got to be proper too and now he is losening up and maybe the kids are helping? I think so, Kochie. I think they realise to be relevant in the twenty-first century the monarchy has got to connect and be liked by the public and it is what Prince Charles showed today. We will have a look at Camilla having a turn in about half an hour from now. Great to see. House keeping, earlier with Joe Hockey at the casino, he is there because he is doing a business breakfast. I wanted to make sure you knew that. It is not like he has gone to the cukeen seeno on a Friday morning. Tony burke had a go at him and people have been e-mailing in and saying what is hoodooing there? He is there speaking at a business breakfast. We're about to give you the next code word for the Sunrise Budget Bonanza. And call this morning's $10,000 winner. Bosses tell nicotine addicts don't apply for a job. And, calling all Directioners. The boy band's new music video is out. And we have your first look. Don't go away. # Just won't feel right # Because I can't love you Last year I saw my doctor about quitting. You know, smoking. He made it seem easier. It was my best attempt yet.

It brought me closer to success. Now I'm ready to quit for good. So I'm going back to get his help. To nail it. If I can, you can too. VOICEOVER: If you're serious about quitting, go back to your doctor and: Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has attacked the government's new cash handouts for families during his Budget reply speech in Canberra. Last night, Mr Abbott also hit back at the Prime Minister's claims that he's out of touch with real families and stepped up his attacks over class warfare. I think all Australians should be offended. I despise this class warfare line. I despise this suggestion that a Prime Minister makes that Australians should turn against Australians based on where they live or what their income is. Mr Abbott announced a plan to boost foreign language studies in schools. Relatives of murdered Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay will today farewell her in Ipswich without knowing how she died. Last night detectives quizzed passing drivers near to where the 43-year-old's remains were found almost two weeks ago. Her funeral will be held in Ipswich later this morning. The driver of a bus carrying schoolchildren is suspected of causing a crash in northern Victoria. An 8-year-old girl has spent the night fighting for life in hospital after the bus collided with a fuel tanker near Kyabram. Three of the other six kids on board were also hurt. At this stage it appears the bus has failed to give way to the petrol tanker at a give-way sign. The driver was thrown from the bus, suffering leg injuries while the tanker driver wasn't too badly hurt. Discrimination concerns have been raised over job ads which tell smokers not to apply. Melbourne's 'Herald Sun' newspaper reports the jobs range from drivers to personal trainers, publishers, disability workers and even receptionists. The Victorian Equal Opportunity Commission warns job ads which exclude smokers may be against the law. And struggling electronics giant Sony has racked up a staggering $5.73 billion loss in its fourth straight year in the red. That's the worst result in the company's 66-year history. The once-glorious maker of Walkman and PlayStation has been struggling to turn its fortunes around. Sunrise Sport brought to you by Rexona for men. There is no quit in here, or on Tour de Cure. And Beretts is on the Tour de Cure in the north Queensland town of Ayr. I had no idea there were this many people in Royal Easter Show. Look at them. -- In Ayr. Look at the turnout. The Broncos are sweating on the fitness of strike weapon Justin Hodges heading into tonight's encounter with Manly at Suncorp Stadium. Hodges struggled with an ankle injury at training but the Sea Eagles aren't buying it. Hodgo's, he's the best for training, pulling out a day before the game and then coming out and having a blinder. The Sea Eagles made the trip north without injured five-eighth Kieran Foran. And the Titans will be strengthened by the return of Scott Prince and Beau Champion for game two of the Suncorp double header. West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui has lost battle to recover in time for tomorrow night's blockbuster against Essendon. Naitanui failed a fitness test on his injured hamstring and Adam Selwood has been ruled out with a hand injury. Round seven of the AFL gets underway tonight at the MCG with Hawthorn up against the winless Demons. GreenEDGE sprinter Matt Goss has narrowly missed out on scoring his second straight stage wins at the Giro d'Italia. Goss and super sprinter Mark Cavendish waged a fierce battle at the end of stage 5 overnight but it was Cavendish who prevailed by a bike length. Goss is now in fourth spot overall. Which is fantastic news. Great motivation for all of these riders as they head off to Magnitic Island today, 106 kilometres away. Before you look at my skinny little legs, down here, the road to the golf course, that is where Karrie Webb learned to play golf. Ayr's greatest export. Give a big hug to export. Give a big hug export. Give a big hug to all the kids. What a terrific welcome. go to Grant, you out yet some The kids. What a terrific welcome. Let's doors of juvenile detention centres are being thrown open to the community to get an understanding what is going on and more importantly for the business community to get an understanding of the programs that help kids not reoffend. Kids you don't want to misbehave. 36,000 children spend time in rooms like this, very

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