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(generated from captions) allegations The Health Services Union rejects Craig Thomson was set up. biggest companies Claims one of Australia's to collect debts. is using Hells Angels on the Gold Coast. Fire rips through a car yard Hurley before she marries Warney. Simone Callaghan's warning to Liz What really happened. from 'Dancing with the Stars'. Shannon Noll's shock exit (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 welcome to a new week. 'Dancing' contestant Shannon Noll isn't the only with health trouble. More on that later in the show. Also this morning - to the Tour de Cure. Beretts' emotional end on the road. We'll look back at his testing time It was just an amazing, amazing effort. Fantastic mism gosh, he's going to be sore. and the news of this Monday. So let's get underway with Sam There's growing tension in Canberra over the Craig Thomson scandal. as Coalition and Labor MPs clash The Opposition has stepped up calls the member for Dobell for Julia Gillard to expel found after a Fair Work Australia report funds. he misused Health Services Union to decide if Mr Thomson is guilty Labor insists it's not up to MPs to say if she believes his claim but the Prime Minister is refusing of an elaborate union set up. that he was the victim come to conclusions here. It's not for me ah, to, ah, a detailed statement to Parliament Mr Thomson will make next week. about the allegations against him over a fatal stabbing in Sydney. Three people have been arrested to the Marrickville house Emergency services were called after 9:00 last night on the street with stab wounds. where they found an unconscious man but couldn't be resuscitated. He was taken to hospital and 2 men in their 20s A 22-year-old woman were arrested at the scene. They're being questioned by police. it's linked to outlaw bikie gangs. Visy is using Hells Angels bikies News Limited reports as bad debt collectors. allegedly recorded links Police intelligence packaging group between the multibillion-dollar and the outlaw gang. working as debt collectors It's claimed bikies have started deregulated the industry last year. since the Victorian Government as nonsense. Visy has rejected the report to contain a massive blaze Queensland firefighters have managed at a car-wrecking yard which burned out of control on the Gold Coast. of explosions and strong winds Up to eight crews battled a series flames into neighbouring factories. which threatened to spread the at a 2-storey home And 20 people escaped a house fire in Sydney's inner-west. to extinguish the blaze Fire crews took almost an hour are being investigated. The causes of both fires permits to kill flying foxes Queensland farmers will be issued State Government policy. under a controversial new will be given to farmers The Damage Mitigation Permits the animals destroying their crops. as a last resort to stop will be targeted Areas with huge bat colonies and Gayndah. including Charters Towers for a cull in recent years There have been growing calls 18 cases of hendra virus especially after last year's is inhumane and doesn't work. but animal rights groups say culling a Sydney mother will come forward Authorities are still hoping at a hospital in February. after she left her newborn baby girl is in the care of foster parents 3-month-old Li-Ye for the mother's welfare. but there are ongoing concerns about the mother at all, We don't know a lot left the hospital three days later. other than she gave birth and to adopt the baby. A number of people have offered has taken a tumble off stage Hollywood director Tim Burton in Tokyo. while promoting his latest film on stage with actor Johnny Depp 'The Dark Shadows' director was when he fell. He was caught by a staff member. a warning from Tim Flannery. Still ahead - and illness in western Sydney. Climate change will cause heatwaves But will anyone listen? For now though, here's Kochie Who we always listen to. Thank you, Sam, listen to this, Wall Street finished the week down 34 points Saturday our time, coming to grips with JP moralen's stunning loss. They mucked up a whole lot of fancy investments. with new figures on home loans. This week kicks off may have fallen 1% to 2% The number of home loans ahead of the May rate cut. Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. in finance this week? What else will we see Yes, look, I guess now the Federal Budget is out of the way the focus shifts back to the regular offerings of economic data. Housing finance figures and the deputy guver of Reserve Bank is delivering a speech figures and the deputy guver of the and the Reserve Bank minutes. We won't get anything dramatically new. But the highlight will be the consumer sentiment numbers on Wednesday. They take into account the Federal Budget and the rate cuts so it will be interesting to see if consumers are more up beat about the economy. Closing out the week we get the wage prize data for the March quarter. We are focused on labour costs going forward. 3.6 pest annualised, nothing to scare Reserve Bank yet. Thank you, keep us annualised, nothing to scare the posted. Time for sport, and Beretts is with us in Mission Beach. Wouldn't you rise 1,656 kilometres to wake up to a view like this? Mission Beach, beautiful! on four State of Origin rookies Blues coach Ricky Stuart has gambled for the series opener. Jamie Buhrer and Tony Williams Todd Carney, James Tamou in Melbourne next week. will all debut to an upset win Carney guided Cronulla at Shark Park yesterday. over the previously unbeaten Storm 25-year-old believes And the controversy-plagued of Origin. he's ready for the challenge I think everyone has 'em in life Ups and downs - the other side. but it's how you come out and I feel I'm through In Canberra, from the Eels winning 40-34. in the Raiders survived a late rally from top spot on the AFL ladder Fremantle is just a win away after a comfortable victory over Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium. Dockers skipper Matthew Pavlich booted his 500 career goal during the 40-point romp. Meanwhile, North Melbourne coach Brad Scott has promised to swing the selection axe after the Kangaroos crashed to an 18-point loss against the Western Bulldogs. Manchester City is celebrating its first Premier League title in 44 years after a jaw-dropping finish to the season. City needed a win to clinch the title but found themselves trailing Queens Park Rangers 2-1 with just five minutes of injury time left. What happened next was unforgettable. to snatch a remarkable 3-2 victory, virtually snatching the trophy out of the hands of cross-city rivals Manchester United. It is one of sport's great fairytales. As is the Tour de Cure. Guys, would you believe, we made it? I don't know how we made it. A number of times I felt like tossing it in but it is such a good feeling to get here to Mission Beach and fall over the finish line and my bike is parked, I am done. Yeah, you say that every year. Well done, my gosh, we are so proud of you. We couldn't drive that without being exhausted. Speaking of well done, well done to your Giants. Yes, I cried at that too. You are a champ. We will hear from you throughout the morning and see fantistic pictures. Nuala with the weather is Grant is off today, I am afraid but I have some good news, you know last week I did some go cart action, I was talent spotted by the people at Driver Dynamics at Sandown racecourse, now I have some decisions, yellow, or red? Red goes faster mrp faster decisions, yellow, or red? Red goes fasterer. But yum, yum yellow, this is the Lamborghini or the Ferrari 360 thus named because it goes up to 360km/h and it is about $ 360km/h and it is about $360,000 new. Thankfully I won't new. Thankfully I won't have to make the choice just now but here in Melbourne, it is very timely for red-hate raceway action because it is freezing. Not just here in Melbourne but Victoria, Tasmania, southern parts of New South Wales with gusterlies that reached up to 140km/h, not as fast as the Ferrari but

but chilly. Thankfully conditions will ease. Let's look what is happening around the country. 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.

Woe! Engine revs) am Yes, that is clearing out the pipes this morning. Before they let me get in them,

Before they let me get in them, they will train me in stunts. It is what they do at Driver Dynamics. I will go two go two wheels in a car I will be driving. Producer, Tim, I am never sure whether he is messing with me but considering I get lost in a car park and my car has kisses, other people call dents, I don't

people call dents, I don't know what they will let me do. It will help you avoid kisses and get on two wheels. Think you've seen it all? This is your favourite story this morning. The dogs Skyping their owners. It is important to stay in touch. My sister

touch. My sister Skypes Jake, our Labrador at Wagga in London to stay in touch. Is Jake happy? Jake loves it. (crickets chirp) it. (crickets chirp). Can't wait for that one, I suggest you do it. But next, President Obama's main opponent fights back on gay marriage. Marriage is a relationship between one man and one woman. Mitt Romney reignites the debate when Sunrise continues.

# Sunrise, brought to you by our coffee partner the Coffee Club. Available at the Coffee Club stores everywhere for a short time. A French pancake stacked with vanilla ice-cream, berries and a deckdened chocolate sauce, now, I know you are going to love them. Love? Not wrong with that. The man most likely to take on Barack Obama in the presidential election has re-affirmed his opposition to gay marriage. Mitt Romney hit back in a speech to an influential conservative Christian university. Peter Alexander reports. To the class of 2012 - well done and congratulations. At Liberty University, founded by the late Jerry Falwell, Mitt Romney faced a stadium full of Evangelical Christians, an audience that he has struggled to win over in this year's campaign. The commencement address offered Romney an opportunity to try to convince social conservatives he'll fight for their beliefs, including what he called the enduring institution of marriage. Marriage is a relationship between one man and one woman. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) But Romney largely avoided divisive issues, emphasising to these graduates that strong family values are key to helping improve the economy. Moral certainty, clear standards, and a commitment to spiritual ideals will set you apart in a world that is searching for meaning. Here at the world's largest Christian University, Mitt Romney's remarks were heavily focused on religion but he walked a fine line when it came to his own faith, not once mentioning the word 'Mormon'. Instead, he suggested people of different faiths should find common ground in service. At this campus where many view Mormonism with distrust, one theology course here labelling it as a "major cult", Romney received a polite welcome. I think that he did a really great job considering the fact that he was coming in front of thousands of people that he knew disagreed with certain things. I think that the one thing that is going to be the glaring problem is going to be the deity of Jesus Christ. but they hope it helps strengthen his support with a community he needs in November. Peter Alexander reporting there. Coming up this Sunrise - operation spy drone. The controversial plan to use unmanned aircraft in Australia to fight crime. And fined for breaking down. The plan to slug drivers who stop with mechanical troubles on Melbourne freeways. Here he is. Looking a whole lot better than when I drove you here, mate. Thanks, mate. I would've got an ambulance but they can cost a fortune if you're not covered. I owe you big-time. Well, I am a little bit peckish.

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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: by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. Making news this morning - cardboard giant Visy has rejected reports it's using Hells Angels as debt collectors. Melbourne's 'Herald Sun' claims Victoria Police have recorded links between the company and the bikie gang. But a spokesman for Visy has described the allegations as nonsense. We'll have more on this live from Melbourne after 7:00. Also making headlines - a warning climate change will result in more severe heatwaves

in New South Wales leading to increased violence and illness. Climate Commissioner Tim Flannery says Sydney's west will be impacted noting the number of hot days has already risen by 60% since the 1970s. We'll take a closer look at this at 7:00. And love to hear your thoughts in the meantime.

And Queenslanders will be allowed to kill bats that are attacking their crops. Brisbane's 'Courier-Mail' reports the State Government says it will be a last resort. But conservationists say the new policy will only move the flying fox problem to other areas. Also making news - a call for penalties to be imposed on drivers who breakdown on freeways in peak hour. The idea comes from Victoria where an average of nine cars a day are forced to stop on major arterial roads, causing frustration for other motorists.

Experts say many of the breakdowns are avoidable and result from poor maintenance. Penalties could include ordering a mandatory roadworthy check. So do you agree there should be a penalty and what do you think would be appropriate? Think if you ask me that question while I'm sitting in traffic because of it, I probably would have a very different view here and now. Everyone breaks down at some Everyone breaks down at some point. But when you are sitting in a tunnel and can't move for two hours. When you finally get past it and you realise it's an old car. And residents of Sandwich in England are marking 250 years of the famous meal. Legend has it, the Earl of Sandwich didn't want to interrupt his card game to go and eat so he asked for a slice of beef to placed between two pieces of bread and so the sandwich was born. Which got us thinking about sandwiches. What's the best sanger you've tasted? And who makes the best sandwiches? Oh... That's terrific. A sausage in white bread with tomato sauce is the best. On Friday, for lunch with Lib I brought (s and fresh bread. Did you go parking, smoothie. Don't answer. Lashings of butter. Love it. She whipped up a fishy sauce type thing. What is the pink sauce. Seafood sauce. Whatever. Fishy sauce sounds yummy. I reckon (and hot chips in a sandwich, together, on a picnic. Even cold chips are good in a sandwich. Favourite sandwich and favourite sandwich maker a store who makes it for your lunch. Still to come - the mum branded a selfish cow for jogging while pregnant. That's a bit harsh. I didn't say that, it was

that, it was quote, unquote. Now she's hitting back at her critics. But next, the news headlines. And your chance to cash in with the Sunrise Budget Bonanza. We're giving away money when we return.

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finished the week down 34 points. Finance news now and Wall Street Would you believe, the earnings season is almost season is almost finished in 453 of the top 500

America, 72% have beaten profit estimates and on track for an 453 of the top 500 companies in

average 3. average 3.7% profit growth, who would have thought? Time for sport and Beretts is in Mission Beach this morning. He has finished an amazing effort with the gang from Tour de Cure. A great journey, no doubt, 7:15 we'll look back at the journey. Carlton can move to the top of the AFL ladder with a win over St Kilda at Etihad Stadium tonight. Fremantle remains firmly entrenched in the top eight after easily accounting for Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium. Matthew Pavlich's 500th career goal was the highlight for the Dockers. The 51st AFL/VFL player to reach the magical 500 figure. At Etihad Stadium, mature-age recruit Tory Dickson booted four goals as the Western Bulldogs downed North Melbourne by 18 points. Blues coach Ricky Stuart insists the mighty Queensland team is beatable and is confident his new-look side can win next week's Origin series opener in Melbourne. Centre Michael Jennings is the first Blues player in almost 30 years to be selected from reserve grade four debutantes and the side contains four debutants including Manly duo Tony Williams and Jamie Buhrer. Brett Stewart was named at full-back. Pastor Maldonado has become the first Venezuelan to win an Formula 1 race, taking out the Spanish GP last night. The Williams became the fifth different winner from five races this season. But Maldonado's celebrations were ruined when a fire broke out in the team garage, injuring four people. Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen completed the podium with Mark Webber 11th and Daniel Ricciardo 13th. Couple of numbers from our Tour de Cure. 5,500 schoolkids visited along the way. 1,656 kilometres,

the way. 1,656 kilometres, our biggest ever. The fund raising biggest ever. The fund raising over $ biggest ever. The fund raising over $2. biggest ever. The fund raising over $2.1 million. The funds still coming in. Record number of in. Record number of riders on road, at one point, 135. Awesome. A in. Record number of riders on the big thanks to the people of Queensland, their support, jen Queensland, their support, jenerosity on the road and their spirit to keep us going. It has been a great journey. At 7:15 as I said we will look back at the highlights. Can you remind us of how the money will be used? The projects we will backing in You bet yeah, at 7 backing in You bet yeah, at 7:15 Garry Bertwhistle, a project founder will explain. Let's check with Nuala. Do not adjust your sets. Why won't it go in first? You got your foot on the brake. That's right. I am so good at this. I am in a Lamborghini, a $ Lamborghini, a $370,000 bor geeny and I -- Lamborghini, I couldn't find first, look, mum! This car is worth more than me. I have to concentrate, because I have to stop without running over anyone, because I have almost run over the sound guy. How about this for a guy. How about this for a vehicle? Not a bunny hop in sight. How cool is this. This is Kevin, the owner Driver Dynamics, the owner, and also the bravest man in Australia, is this. This is Kevin, the owner of

dareing to come

dareing to come in a car like this with me. Let's just say I am not the best driver, but we are going to fix it with stunt training, I am very technical. I know it is a V 10 engine. The best thing about this engine. The best thing about engine. The best thing engine. The best thing Lamborghini is that the heating is good which is great because it is freezing.

great because it is freezing. South westerlies winds have been battering the south of the one. 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. A deepening low and cold front are generating strong winds, showers and snow over alpine areas in Tasmania, Victoria and southern New South Wales. A cold front is pushing eastwards across southern WA, triggering showers and storms.

And now Have done weather it is time to take this baby for a spin. I am in first. It has got? What paddle gears and shift and no clutch. I am used to driving a manual where the foot is the action. No excuses. Are you ready? Wow! See you. Wow! She found the accelerator. We'll check what happened when she went out of camera view too. I hope they have got insurance. Feel sorry for the Kevin bloke next to her when she said, " said, "Is this first gear." said, "Is this first gear.". I think they thought Grant was on today.

After the break - the best breakfast to stay slim. The answer will surprise you. Also a controversial bat cull. The government ready to give people the right to shoot flying foxes. And soon, Kim Kardashian issues to a challenge to the tanning mum - beat this. But first, here's your Woolworths Fresh Market Update from Queensland. sandy loam soil. We have snow pees, zucchinis, tomatoes and capsicum. The produce is hitting shelves now, of course, it comes with the fresh or free guarantee. That is what is fresh today # If you want to scream # Yeah # Good morning, Sydney, looking through the Jetstar skycam. Sunny and a top of 18 degrees. Farmers in Queensland will be allowed to shoot bats that attack their crops. For more, we're joined by Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper. Michelle, how will these new arrangements work? Good morning, Mel. Well, the federal government has just announced it will hand back decision making over the culling of bats to each individual state. So the Matthew Newtonman government says it will overhaul the policy and give crop growers the right to shoot bats that are destroying their crops. They say it will only be used as a last resort and the growers say they'll only kill the scouts to deter the rest of the batsb, during harvest season a couple of month long. The environment minister, Andrew Powell says it will be focused in areas with problems with bats like chairers towers and Barcaldine. We had 18 different incidents of hend row outbreaks in Queensland last year. What have the conservations say? They are furious and say it is an inhumane way to kill bats because only 5% will be shot in the head and the rest will die a very slow and painful death. The conservations are saying the bats should be moved to another area because they are really important in pollinating some of the native eucalyptus trees but the growers say it has been tried and tested before and doesn't work and drastic action is needed. It is a hot issue and emotive issue. Certainly is, thank you for bringing us up to date. If you're deciding what to have for breakfast this morning - think about eggs. A new study claims they're the key to staying trim. Nutritionist Susie Burrell is here to explain. Good morning, Susie. How do eggs keep the weight off? What we know is that eggs are nutritious. 13 different vitamins and minerals, very and minerals, very rich in high biological value protein. They are high in an amino acid called luseen which helps control blood glucose levels during the day so you etooless. The common thought is eggs are not good for us and high in cholesterol but the cholesterol but the study has shown they are good in weight control. Are they better than poached? I get asked more questions about eggs than any other food. But the truth is, as long as you use a spray oil it doesn't matter. I like my client to have more vegetables and is a great time to get vegetables in, the red captcome and zucchini. have more vegetables and breakfast

Throw everything in and instead of the breakfast with carbs and cereal and toast becomes high protein and nutritious. It will keep you full for three hours, you won't have fluctuating glucose levels. But they are a high value protein. U use the yoke and white? Yes, the other question is cholesterol. Eggs contain cholesterol but it is saturated fat in foods that increased blood cholesterol levels. So as long as your milk is low fat and lean meat, a couple of eggs a day won't do you damage. If you are particularly concerned use the whites and only one yoke. But the new whites and only one yoke. But the nutrition is in the yoke, the choline for eye sight. So two a day won't hurt use as long as calories are won't hurt use as long as calories are controlled the other way. People say they don't have time, how long did it take us? Two minutes? OK to have two every day? Yes, making sure the rest of your saturated fat intake is low and not having huge amounts of amounts of toast. One toast is more than enough for breakfast. Hang around. Who is going to eat it? You? Yes. New South Wales has named its team for Origin I. Todd Carney will make his debut. But Tariq Sims is a shock omission. Let's bring in Sunrise Sport's Jim Wilson and Channel 7 AFL commentator Luke Darcy. Good morning, boys. Jim, any surprises from Ricky Stuart? Not really. I think there was a bit of talk on talk-back radio late yesterday afternoon once announced the side Sims is a bit yesterday afternoon once he stiff. stiff. Jamie Farah has stiff. Jamie Farah has been announced the side Sims is a bit stiff. Jamie Farah has been picked for versatility. Jennings is the fist man in 29 years to go from reserve grade to State of Origin football. But Jennings is a state player. football. But Jennings is a state player. player. Queensland announce their side tonight at 6:30. They'll start football. But Jennings is a state

favourites, rightfully so. Ricky needs a side that will needs a side that will score points, there is plenty of point scoring potential for the side. Melbourne Storm suffered their first loss of the NRL season in a dramatic 12-10 Sharks' victory. They are playing unbelievably inspirational football. The Sharks. Bathed in sunshine on Mother's Day afternoon. Geoff Robinson, tod Carney, Carney, without their inspirational captain in Paul Gallen. Great. We have got to mention the Sharks now and truly in top four reckoning come September. In AFL, Essendon are fast emerging as contenders in a wide-open AFL premiership race after defeating previously unbeaten West Coast. Yes, great win for the bombers. 61-point winners over the West Coast. It West Coast. They got their mojo back. It feels like the most wide 61-point winners over the undefeated

open season I can remember in 10 years. Still another massive game on Seven tonight, Carlton taking on St Kilda. If Carlton win they go Kilda. If Carlton win they go to top on the ladder. A really wide open season in the AFL. My partner here on Sunrise, GWS, No.1 ticket holder, whooping it up. I cried. Get behind them Jim, a a great result. Choco Williams, hardened AFL people, loving life on the weekend. loving life on the weekend. Great to see the new club get their first win over the Gold Coast. They play Brisbane this week, you wouldn't suggest it is beyond them to have two in a row. On the improve, a talented young side and a wide open season in the AFL this year. I want to say to Mely, I am eating humble pie because I didn't think they would win a game for the season, well done. Great effort. She deserves as the No.1 ticket would win a game for the season,

to be doing another victory dance. I am sitting down now. They are so deserves as the No.1 ticket holder

young and I felt so happy, all the effort is paying off. We should mention Black Caviar. Yes, another great win. Off to the United Kingdom. Won 21 in a row, you have won one, Mel. It is why I wanted sneak it in. I am not being bitter and twisted. Chard Cornes is loving won one, Mel. It is why I wanted to

it when Mel reckons he is it when Mel reckons he is young. What a coaching box GWS has got with Sheeds and Chocco. Well conto deof them, they are fantastic. -- well done to all of them. They are fantastic. News is next. Then, fighting crime from the sky. The police push to use spy drones in the suburbs. And, Justin Bieber joins a line-up of celebrities showing their funny side.

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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'll be calling this morning's lucky winner in the next 30 minutes. Time for showbiz news with Blair Late in Hollywood. And the iconic TV comedy show 'Saturday Night Live' has celebrated a milestone with a line-up of stars. Who was on the show? Yes, the last few years they have been known for their digital shorts they release world wide and get millions of hits. Last night was the 100th digital short so they Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber. 100th digital short so they had Jon Hamm, Michael Bolton, Kristin Wigg, it keeps going and going. Jon Hamm, Michael Bolton, Kristin Natalie Portman. It starts off and becomes something raunchy I can't explain on morning tebl but Justin Bieber said he was dupe under to do it, check it out. # Of us, of us # Here is what we are going to do # Shake off the cobwebs and limber # Shake off the cobwebs and limber up # Stretch it out and do plenty # Stretch it out and do plenty of Pilates # It happens every Saturday # Peewee handerson

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# Jack Sparrow # ( # I never been in a digital short # But these white boys are obsessed with (beep) # I was tricked into doing this # No, no, no. # As you can see it # As you can see it was quite the all star all star cast lined up, I am sure millions are enjoying it around the world. Also we have funny news. Kim Kardashian Tweeted a photo-her post spray tan that made jersey tannic addict Patricia Knikell look like Casper the

I guess it just goes to show what is going on in that little brain of Kim Kardashian. Under line little. Thank you very much, Blair. See you later. The Health Services Union rejects allegations Craig Thomson was set up.

Claims one of Australia's biggest companies is using Hells Angels to collect debts. Fire rips through a car yard on the Gold Coast. Simone Callaghan's warning to Liz Hurley before she marries Warney. What really happened. Shannon Noll's shock exit from 'Dancing with the Stars'.

(SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. Hello again. Also this morning - Beretts' emotional end to the Tour de Cure. He did it! We'll look back at his testing time on the road. So let's get this hour underway with Sam and the news of this Monday. It's likely to be another fiery week in Canberra as the Craig Thomson scandal continues to dominate Federal Parliament. The Opposition is accusing the Gillard Government of relying on a tainted vote after a Fair Work Australia report found the member for Dobell spent union funds on prostitutes and his federal election campaign. Mr Thomson insists he's the victim of an elaborate set-up and Labor MPs are demanding he be allowed a presumption of innocence. Key crossbencher Tony Windsor is also refusing to be drawn in to calls to remove Mr Thomson from Parliament. I'm not going to be party to a ploy that converts the Parliament in to some sort of kangaroo court. Mr Windsor and fellow Independent Rob Oakeshott want Parliament given more powers to deal with similar issues in future. Three people have been arrested over a fatal stabbing in Sydney. Emergency services were called to the Marrickville house after 9:00 last night where they found an unconscious man on the street with stab wounds. He was taken to hospital but couldn't be resuscitated. A 22-year-old woman and 2 men in their 20s were arrested at the scene. They're being questioned by police. A family has managed to escape their burning home in Melbourne overnight. Firefighters arrived to find the Emerald property well alight with a young girl trying to escape the flames through her bedroom window. The smoke detector activated quite early in the fire And that alerted the residents to the fact that there was a problem in the premises and they quickly called the emergency services. The cause of the blaze is still unknown. And firefighters on the Gold Coast battled explosions and strong winds as they tackled a massive fire at a car wrecking yard. Up to eight crews worked Dozens of cars were destroyed but no-one was injured. Authorities are investigating what sparked the fire. Packaging company Visy has rejected reports it's using outlaw bikies as debt collectors. News Limited claims police intelligence has recorded links between the multibillion-dollar business and the Hells Angels bikie gang. Visy reportedly pays the bikie gang a retainer to ensure they're available whenever necessary to collect bad debts. Visy insists the allegations are nonsense. Former Australian of the Year Tim Flannery will today launch his latest climate change research focusing on New South Wales. For more on the findings Sunrise correspondent Sophie Hull joins me now. Good morning, Sophie. What does this report show? Sam, the report predicts that temperatures will rise sharply and this will be felt most in the western suburbs of Sydney where there will be an urban island effect, the buildings and the ash flt will trap the heat, raising temperatures by 1 to 2 degrees. It is predicted to cause increased mental health problems, power outages, heat-related deaths and surges in violence because police say people are say people are crankier when it is hot. What is the reaction to the report? For every scientific prediction there is one contradicts it. He is being called prediction there is one that alarmist and people point out it is the same report that predicted temperatures would rise but it hasn't happened and Sydney has had the coolest summer for a long time so there is only so much they can predict. Coming up - where's her mum? The search for the mother of an abandoned little girl. Wall Street was down 34 points over the weekend. Still concerns about Greece. Greece. About forming a government. the weekend. Still concerns about They are still discussing it as we speak. Want to know what the Germans think about Greece at the moment and its role in the

'Der Spiegel' magazine. I don't Take a look at the latest cover of think I need to translate, the Germans saying, " Germans saying, "get out of our eurozone." eurozone.". What a week he has had. Time for sport and Beretts is in Mission Beach this morning. The Tour de Cure has finish and an amazing tally? Yes, over $ amazing tally? Yes, over $2. amazing tally? Yes, over $2.1 million raised. A bit sore and sorry for it all but it was rewarding and fantastic. Blues coach Ricky Stuart has gambled on four State of Origin rookies for the series opener. Todd Carney, James Tamou Jamie Buhrer and Tony Williams will all debut in Melbourne next week. Carney guided Cronulla to an upset win over the previously unbeaten Storm at Shark Park yesterday. And the controversy-plagued 25-year-old believes he's ready for the challenge of Origin. Ups and downs - I think everyone has 'em in life but it's how you come out the other side. and I feel I'm through In Canberra, the Raiders survived a late rally from the Eels, winning 40-34. Fremantle is just a win away from top spot on the AFL ladder after a comfortable victory over Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium. Dockers skipper Matthew Pavlich booted his 500 career goal during the 40-point romp. Meanwhile, North Melbourne coach Brad Scott has promised to swing the selection axe after the Kangaroos crashed to an 18-point loss against the Western Bulldogs. Manchester City is celebrating its first Premier League title in 44 years City needed a win to clinch the title but found themselves trailing Queens Park Rangers 2-1 with just five minutes of injury time left. What happened next was unforgettable. The Sky Blues banged in two quick goals to snatch a remarkable 3-2 victory, virtually snatching the trophy out of the hands of cross-city rivals Manchester United. And needless to say, the celebrations still continue at Manchester City. It has been remarkable. Celebrations here as well. All the guys made it across the line, Tour de Cure riders well done, awesome effort. Sam Kennedy runs Optus up this way. Some xh on in. Optest have been a team and great supporters. Optus is proud and humble to be proud of this incredible event. Today we have incredible event. Today we have got $ incredible event. Today we have got $50,000 to give Tour de Cure and in addition, we have raised $ addition, we have raised $118,000 from our own fund raising of the people involve. I would like to acknowledge the importance of the challenger brand, we are the challenger in the market place and e you guys are challenging this horrible thing that is cancer. To the Team Optus riders, Lisa, Reid, Glenda, Rhys, you embody the spirit of Tour de Cure and Optus. One, two, three, go Optus! Yes! Awesome, that will get us across the record. Well done, Beretts. Just amazing. Are you OK? Had a good massage. Is in I can see a few in the background no, I am not OK. Probably never will be again. But a massage and physio will fix a lot. Let's check with Nuala and get today's weather. Hello again. Shoo this is turning out to be a great day for me, I have gotten to drive a Lamborghini Galad deo, grind", first, slotted it in eventually. But you can drive luxury cars or learn how to cars or learn how to drive, which is what I am doing here. Kevin told me I should have done it years ago, defensive driving, stunt driving. To defensive driving, stunt driving. Today it is handbrake 1-0-one. Kevin has never been subjected to such a bad driver, but first, let's 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. Now it is time to learn the trade. Oh! Not nervous at all. Got to make sure I get up to speed. Oh! Oh! Woooh! (laughs) Woooh! (laughs). How cool is that? Very good, Nuala. My handbrake turn action. Wow! Let's not hit the camera. We did it! Excellent. Can see you doing that see you doing that Westfield. Prime Minister Julia Gillard says she won't pre-judge Craig Thomson over credit card misuse allegations. The Labor MP claims he was set up by the Health Services Union. But union whistleblower Kathy Jackson has labelled his accusation as a fantasy. She also says claims about her ex-husband being involved in a plot against Mr Thomson are false. Kathy Jackson joins me now. Good morning to you. You've rejected Craig Thomson's claims that he was set up by union rivals. What evidence do you have to back that up? The evidence we have is a documentary evidence Fair Work Australia had before them. Credit card receipts, invoices, etc. card receipts, invoices, etc., etc. card receipts, invoices, etc., etc.. So, it flies in the face of the documentary evidence we have all seen and more importantly when we conducted the exit audit, all the bank transaction statements were there. We did not fabricate statements. So therefore, hais this is has become a bizarre spectacle. Can you fathom why he would make the claim he was set up if he didn't have fds in his own right. He believes what he says. Which is sad. I feel sorry for his wife and family. I think he would pass a polygraph, he believes what he says, which is tragic in my view. He claims your former husband, Geoff Jackson claims your former husband, Geoff Jackson stole his credit card details and mobile phone to impersonate him. Why is it plausible? It is not plausible. If you look at the dates of the travel, they were the dates Mr Thomson had travelled to New South Wales. Geoff Jackson had not travelled South Wales in those dates. How did he get into o his tell room and use Jackson had not travelled to New

his mobile phone? He makes allegations other officials are involved. I am not here defending Geoff Jackson or anything else but what Craig Thomson is saying is fantasy. He is so strident. He will be found out if true and in deeper trouble? That is what I find quite amazing. What do you think should happen to him am she has been moved to the cross bench, booted out of parliament? It is not a matter for me it is a matter for the Prime Minister. But what needs to happen the presumption of innocence track they are down... Which is quite fair. It is quite fair but when you have got evidence before an inquiry, more than an inquiry, an investigation that took three years that had documentary evidence, they have given, you know, quite scandalous and scathing findings in that report, it needs to be acted on. For him on. For him say it wasn't him, no-one is buying it. The p.m. no-one is buying it. The p.m., is it up for her or others? I totally disagree. When she said he crossed the line. What line was cross snd what line is she talking about? What should the Prime Minister do? Prime Minister should have should the Prime Minister do? The Craig Thomson on eight month ago, when the allegations were out Prime Minister should have moved

when the allegations were out there three years ago, not now the allegations are in the public domain and she has no choice but to keep defending him. It is an also position he has placed the Prime Minister and the airn Labor Party in. The Labor Party doesn't deserve the flack because of the conduct of their official. We need a better code of conduct? Yes, and for union officials. Cardboard giant Visy is rejecting reports it uses Hells Angels bikies as debt collectors. For more we're joined by Seven News reporter Nick McCallum in Melbourne. Nick, where have these reported links between Visy and outlaw bikies surfaced? According to the 'Herald Sun', police in intelligence from the bikie gang task force echo uncovered the links twine Hells Angels and Visy. The paper quoted a former employee saying the founder Richard Pratt approved the use of bikies collecting dects before he died in 2009. It claims it came about because they wereoed a lot of in the fruit and vegetable because they wereoed a lot of money industries and needed money to collect it. collect it. Police say they are monitoring the link for any form of physical threats, intimidation harassment. Now, all of this comes physical threats, intimidation or about because there are concerns within the debt-collection industry in Victoria because the rules have changed since July first last year. No longer do debt collectors in Victoria need to be licensed. Now, according to established debt-collecting agencies, that is a recipe for disaster and will open the doors to people like under world figures and bikies to get involved in the industry. Effectively, take it over. So what has the company said. The company, we tried to contact the company ourselves. We have had no luck. According to the newspaper it has described the allegations as 'Nonsense'. Thank you, now, let's go over to Mel. Still no sign of a mum this morning who abandoned her baby just days after giving birth. The little girl is now three months old. She was born in February at Sydney's Canterbury hospital. Li-Ye is now in foster care and doing well. The New South Wales Department of Community Services is appealing for Li-Ye's mother to come forward. Maree Walk, the Chief Executive of DoCS, joins us now. Good morning. How did this all happen? Gorgeous little possum. Tell me how it it is all happened? February she was left by mum? Yes, early February. Her mum gave February. Her mum gave birth to her at the hospital and she was there if a couple of days. After a couple of days inthe mum left the hospital alone and left the baby there. A couple of days after that, community services were called by the hospital, very concerned. We tried to locate L ig-Ye's Mumbai hospital, very concerned. We have case workers going to the address -- Mumbai case workers going to the address. All the details didn't lead anywhere? Yes, that is kreblgt. anywhere? Yes, that is kreblgt -- collect. She is three months old. She is gorgeous. Why do the appeal now, three months on? We want to do a public appeal. We want to Mother's Day so in case it was a a public appeal. We want to use prompt for the Mum and to be able to say we would love to hear from you. It is important for Li-Ye's future, she has a sense where she comes from, knows a bit about her history. We want to talk to the mum about that it is why we are appealing for her to come forward. If she is watching, she is not in trouble? She is not in trouble from community services at all. She left the baby in a very safe place and did what she could to protect her. The future of the little one, she will be adopted out. You want the mum to have a say in the next step of the process? And also to get details, as the little girl grows up it is important for her to have a bit of a sense about her background and medical history. It is important as well. However much the mum wants to be involved in decision-making about her future, she has the opportunity to do that as well. Look, it have been such an agonising thing to do that as well. Look, it must for her mother to do what she did but the point is she is not but the point is she is not in trouble and you just want to speak to her. We will put the number on screen, if you or anyone have information, please contact DOCS. Where am hoping someone comes forward. All the best to gorgeous Li-Ye. Victorian police could soon be using spy drones to help catch criminals. The drones are also known as unmanned aerial systems. They're smaller than the ones used in anti-terror strikes by the US military and are packed with cameras instead of weapons systems. These are the kind of results you can get with them. This was taken by protesters during a demonstrations in Poland. The police force says no decision has been made on the technology yet but civil liberties campaigners have raised concerns. Cameron Murphy from the Council for Civil Liberties is in Sydney and we're also joined by Noel McNamara from the Crime Victims Support Association. Cameron, if this helps cut crime, isn't it a good move? Well, look, I think the issue this is an excessive overreach by Well, look, I think the issue is the Victorian police. What you are talking about here is using a military-grade surveillance, surveillance that allows the police, for example, to fly a drone over a crowd, to photograph and match photographs of every individual in that crowd. With existing data bases, like drive licence data bases to follow someone from place to place for an entire day. The problem is many people who are absolutely innocent, not even suspected of a crime are going to have their where abouts logged, tracked, their photograph matched with a data base. But what we need to do is there are proper procedures put in But what we need to do is ensure place, legislation to oversight use of this type of equipment to make sure it doesn't invade individual privacy. We have seen it do that in the recent protest in Poland, where individuals who had done nothing wrong, having their records kept by the police attending a demonstration against the government. It is a sort of misuse we of misuse we don't know. Will the majority of people welcome this technology? Most certainly, the community as a whole, anything will cut out crime and terrorism or community as a whole, anything that keep it under control is a great move for this great nation. Those guys have just lost the plot those libertarians. One guy was talking about last night coming down and spying in your window. If you got nothing to hide, you got nothing to fear. I mean, it is just absolutely ridiculous to come out with these sorts of statements they come out with. We are supposed to be living in a free and democratic nation, in a free and democratic nation you don't usually surveill people who aren't suspected of a crime. could have fooled me. What they ought to do doing is putting strict aren't suspected of a crime. You

controls around it so it is not focused on innocent people so people have trust in it. I don't think they will do that. It is open to misuse and a whole bunch of people who have done nothing wrong. Police haven't confirmed they will use them yet, do you think the police make the best use of resources they have now? They do. We vd nothing but pea shooters the police if we listened to these guys. They are worrying about the criminals. They got to worry about the community at large. They are the people who need these things. Anything to cut down crime. As I said, if you got nothing to hide you got nothing to fear. What is the big fuss? I have to jump in there. Always a great debate between you two. Thank you. Beretts has been on the road for the past week and a half riding his way through Queensland for the Tour de Cure. The group has finally crossed the finish line and their hard work paid off. They raised more than $2 million to help fight cancer. Their vision is to be the most inspirational cycling community in the world and the past 11 days have proved just how determined they are to find a cure for a disease that affects so many. Jirexz paradise # Oh # # Oh # As they pedalled north from Brisbane, Beretts gave us a saddle-side view of this amazing race. We pushed hard across the paddocks, saw some great countryside and some characters as well. Stopping off at schools to give talks, the 60 riders and 30 support crew have motivated thousands along the way. It return came cash donations and country hospitality. Through Bundaberg and 1770 then across the Great Dividing Range to Biloela. Their bodies were breaking but no-one was giving up. And, most importantly, $1.7 million raised as of this morning. They pushed on towards Townsville and Magnetic Island. Well, we'll be flying on the bikes today we're going to have to up the pace. Then, finally - The finish line. # Who would have thought? Mission Beach, here we are. Look at the view. You beauty! Ava Beretta, how are you, guys? All up they covered 1,600km, making the journey for those with cancer just that little bit easier. I'm very proud of him. The kids are proud of him. Here's daddy. I missed you, Dan the Man. Daddy. They say behind every is a great woman pushing him Daddy. They say behind every biker Rach and the kids were there after is a great woman pushing him along. that emotional l molgs reunion with his family. Beretts joins Mission Beach where the ride came to a close. A bit stiff and sore I his family. Beretts joins us from

imagine but what an achievement? Kochie, it is one of life's great journeys, for all of these guys to take ten days out from their take ten days out from their lives all around Australia, train for six months, every rider has to raise $ months, every rider has to raise $10,000 for starters. To go along the journey, and experience it, visit 5,500 schoolkids as you said is incredible. But the funds raised is remarkable. There are 2. is remarkable. There are 2.1 million. Garry Bertwhistle is a cofounder. Where to from here? We allocated 12 projects in research, support and prevention. All very worthy projects and give it to people who are doing the work, Beretts, like on the way to the airport, a phone call from your mate, Charlie Teo saying I need more money. He has two cracking projects. We use the money very diligently. We started giving it out. When we stop at a local community, we make a local donation for a cancer project. Yes, each night we give $5,000 to a cancer project to buy a chair or a project. To know we are doing something on the ground as well the bigger picture. I got to say, it is the hardest, toughest, mo painful but most rewarding and satisfying thing I have done. It is fantastic. You are just amazing. Do you know what? From all of us to you and the entire team that did it, you guys are phenomenal. It is such a big effort. I don't think people how much training and work you put in. What is it like? Going from effort. I don't think people realise

Melbourne to Brisbane? Isn't it? Yes, 70900 kays from Melbourne to Sydney. You do nat? What a couple of times? As you do! Amazing. As you do. And getting up and doing the show. All All our guys wanted to say a big thank a big thank you, for all you have done. A team effort. Listen, we have got a pillow on the seat for when you return. Can I have two pillows cream. It is a whoopee cushion. Thank you to all the Sunrise family members who came out and followed them along the way, it was them along the way, it was just wonderful support. If you wan to win $10,000, stay watching. We could be calling your number next in the Sunrise Budget Bonanza. Then, life after Harry Potter. Daniel Radcliffe returns to the big screen. His big new role is coming up.

at the All Seasons Cairns Colonial Club. Stay for just $99 per night including a full buffet breakfast. and a midday checkout. But this offer is only available to the first 200 callers. Book online at accorhotels.com.au/sunrise.. or call 1300 032 844 and mention us. You got a sleep in for Mother's Day? I sat on the couch the whole day in my tracky dacks. Lovely. Ahead this Sunrise - is it OK to fine drivers who break down in peak hour? News headlines now, here's Sam. The union whistleblower who lifted the lid on the Craig Thomson scandal says it's tragic the embattled MP believes he was part of an elaborate set-up. Mr Thomson claims rivals in the Health Services Union threatened to set him up with prostitutes to destroy his political career. He actually believes what he says which I think is quite sad, I feel quite sorry for his his wife and his family I think he'd actually pass a polygraph - he actually believes what he says, which is tragic. Mr Thomson is promising to name names when he makes a statement in Parliament next week. Queensland firefighters have managed to contain a massive blaze which burned out of control at a car wrecking yard on the Gold Coast. Up to eight crews battled a series of explosions and strong winds which threatened to spread the flames into neighbouring factories. And 20 people escaped a house fire at a 2-storey home in Sydney's inner-west. Fire crews took almost an hour to put out the blaze. Queensland farmers will be issued permits to kill flying foxes under a controversial new State Government policy. The Damage Mitigation Permits will be given to farmers as a last resort to stop the animals destroying their crops. Areas with huge bat colonies will be targeted including Charters Towers and Gayndah. There's still no sign of the Sydney mother who abandoned her baby just days after giving birth with authorities renewing their plea for her to come forward. Baby Li-Ye is now three months old and in foster care but community services are concerned for her mum's welfare. We'd really love to hear from you. It's important for Li-Ye's future so she has a sense of where she comes from. There have been a lot of offers to adopt the baby. 58kg of explosives have been used to bring down 2 tower blocks in Denmark's capital. Large crowds gathered at a safe distance to watch the show as the 13- and 15-storey high structures came crashing down. The 1950s apartment buildings had been declared unsafe. Time for sport. Carlton can move to the top of the AFL ladder with a win over St Kilda at Etihad Stadium tonight. Fremantle remains firmly entrenched in the top eight Matthew Pavlich's 500th career goal was the highlight for the Dockers. The 51st AFL/VFL player to reach the magical 500 figure. At Etihad Stadium, mature-age recruit Tory Dickson booted four goals as the Western Bulldogs downed North Melbourne by 18 points. Blues coach Ricky Stuart insists the mighty Queensland team is beatable and is confident his new-look side can win next week's Origin series opener in Melbourne. Centre Michael Jennings is the first Blues player in almost 30 years to be selected from reserve grade and the side contains four debutants including Manly duo Tony Williams and Jamie Buhrer. Pastor Maldonado has become the first Venezuelan to win an Formula 1 race, taking out the Spanish GP last night. The Williams became the fifth different winner from five races this season. But Maldonado's celebrations were ruined when a fire broke out in the team garage, injuring four people. Correction: injuring 16 people. Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen completed the podium with Mark Webber 11th and Daniel Ricciardo 13th. Rexona backed me $ Rexona backed me $4,000 a day if I did not quit the Tour de Cure, ten days later, that is $ days later, that is $40,000. As if you would quit. No quitting. Tough as nails. Not today. If only the Cats could have won on the weekend. I thought I hurt already. I can't talk. Now to today's weather. Hello, guys, I learned wicked tricks Driver Dynamics at Sandown racecourse, they teach the stunt guys, I learned wicked tricks at

driver things with a very, very, very cool... very cool.... Ah! Yeah! This is what you call a 360. Yep, I do those every day, I'm very, very good. My goodness. Perhaps while I recover, let's take a look at the weather. I can't believe I did that. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Sale now on, in stores and online. A deepening low and cold front are generating strong winds, showers and snow over alpine areas in Tasmania, Victoria and southern New South Wales. For anyone who missed that amazing stunt I can't believe I just did, I will see can do it again. I couldn't have done it without Kevin who has been an amazing teacher who has

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Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar. # Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba Low fares are just part of the story. A spacling day in Brisbane through the -- sparkling day in Brisbane through the Jetstar sky cam, a top of 21, can't ask for more than that. Daniel Radcliffe is back on the big screen this week. It's his first movie role since the end of the 'Harry Potter' franchise. Entertainment editor Fifi Box joins us now. Good morning. Fifi, can the public accept him in other roles? He's done a few before? Including an Aussie film on Kangaroo Island? He has, but this is his first foray into films since the end of the hoary potter franchise. It hoary potter franchise. It was a big step. He strategically has chosen a film that people wouldn't expect. It is aban adult film and I got you, it is pretty scary. Role camera, action . is aban adult film and I got totell

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camera, action .Ern ! Enough! Who's there? It's official - Daniel Radcliffe is all grown up. 'The Woman in Black' is his first adult role since 'Harry Potter'. Please don't go to the house. If open the door to superstition, where does that lead? I feel she's Please don't go to the house. If we

does that lead? I feel she's there. Trying to reach me. Boasting sideburns this movie takes Radcliffe far from the child-like wonders of Hogwarts. A young man and a single father, which is something I've never done before but I have slightly cheated on that score because I got my god son, Mischa to play the role, and it is great because you can't fake the chemistry and relationship. Director James Watkins says Radcliffe is a consummate professional. Dan is an absolute delight To work with. He deals with the world in which he liveinise credibly well. So focused. A joy doing a slow push in on Dan and letting the camera drift closer to his eyes and revealing everything he is feeling. But be warned - this is no 'Harry Potter'. This film is not going to be one for the faint-hearted. The 'Woman in black' is out on Thursday. The