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this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Good morning. for that Rafters' announcement. Kochie is waiting bated breath You'll see it later in the show. I'm waiting for the flamen' kiss too. How long does too. How long does it take it promo a kiss. I thought, the promo, the controversial kiss is next show. But it doesn't happen. Draw it out. Promo it again. Got to wait Promo it again. Got to wait another five. Five weeks. I am going to ask Jules, when is the kiss? Get it out of the way for Dave's sake.

and our most stylish women step out Also this morning - Miranda Kerr at the annual Women of Style Awards. Including Sam arm tosh. Glfs f I was going to go. Because the goody bag was so good. You are hanging me out to dry today. I wasn't feeling the best. You wanted to be your best. You wanted to be your best to give us an overnight wrap of the news. Yes, thank you, good morning. Good morning. from Federal Police Queensland sisters on the run to live with their father in Italy. have missed a deadline to return the four children, The Family Court had ordered aged between nine and 14, midnight last night to be deported. surrender to authorities by went to Brisbane Airport alone. But the girls' mother I am within the deadline to handover the children, and unfortunately I am unable

I don't know their whereabouts. their father is abusive The sisters say Sunshine Coast with their mother and they want to stay on the after she fled here two years ago. extra time to plead her case. The eldest daughter has been granted for the younger three today. Her mother will be seeking the same by their great-grandmother All four girls are being cared for in a secret location.

An elderly man has been terrorised in Sydney last night. during a home invasion the 70-year-old's Mount Druitt home 2 men forced their way into at around midnight. before being tied up. He was kicked and punched mobile phone and jewellery His attackers stole his wallet, before fleeing. while police investigate. He's being treated in hospital carbon tax compensation The Federal Government's from today. will start arriving in bank accounts Around 1.6 million families A or B receiving Family Tax Benefit will receive up to $110. cope with the rising cost of living. The money is meant to help people in July There'll be additional relief a tax cut. when many families will get at an election date, Julia Gillard has hinted to win over voters launching a 500-day plan

at a national union conference. for her government to fight back The Prime Minister says it's time by the Craig Thomson scandal. following damage caused from these days of fear I will move the Australian people to days of hope. in September next year. 500 days would mean an election date Rupert Murdoch's News International The former chief executive of has lashed out after being charged during the phone-hacking scandal. with keeping evidence from police a waste of public money. Rebekah Brooks labelled the move to charge me today, I am baffled by the decision and people will see today an expensive sideshow. as nothing more than were also charged. Brooks' husband and four others Francois Hollande France's newly elected President his first official duty almost missed was struck by lightning. after his plane after he was sworn in to office The incident happened just hours in Paris. during an elaborate ceremony Hollande had to swap planes, finally landing in Berlin with Germany's Chancellor for crunch talks over Europe's debt crisis. people smoking on their balconies. Coming up - the push to stop

But first, here's Kochie. Thank you, Sam. Finance news now and the Dow is closing down 63 points. the Dow is closing down 63 points. Thank you, Sam. Finance news now and Guess what? Greece paid a bill! They paid $ paid $550 million in gaumpt bonds, repaid them overnight which was terrific news. Still not out of trouble. Still can't form a government. government. Looks like they'll go back to the polls on June 27. The European and Greek markets were down, Greece down 5% down, Greece down 5%. We dropped on our major indices yesterday, caught up in the Greek euro world wind going around the world.

The Aussie dollar is up against the euro because it is falling away. Overnight, Ken Henry, the former treasury boss reckons the eurozone will not survive. Also the minutes from this month's Reserve Bank Board meeting have been released. What do the minutes tell us about how board is thinking? Yes, Kochie, I the minutes tell us about how the

think it was quite interesting. A lot of conversation from the Reserve Bank in the last couple of weeks where they release the inflation and growth forecast last week. But I think it was interesting they focused a fair bit on the housing sector, a big multiplier across the economy. They realise sector, a big multiplier for growth properties are coming off and no activity is taking place. It is why properties are coming off and no they provided a deeper rate cut to stimulate activity in housing because they believe in the short term there won't be a significant pick up. They highlighted the multi speed economy and the high dollar is hurting the exporting sectors. Now the dollar is off, the Reserve Bank will look will look at the weaker dollar and look at the helping of the agriculture and export sector. the big focus is Greece. If they agriculture and export sector. But takes another leg down it looks like they will cut rates sooner than we expect. Thank you, Savanth. In fact, we will catch up with my old mate Richard Quest for CNN, he is in Paris for Paris for the inauguration of the new French President Francois Hollande. And also, Ken Henry saying the eurozone is gone. We should set up an Asian zone which is much more powerful and safer for the world. Bring it on. suggestions he has a bad attitude Michael Jennings has dismissed as the Blues prepare to head to Melbourne today ahead of the Origin series opener. Jennings will line up in the centres despite being banished to reserve grade by his NRL club, Penrith. He admits it was hard to find any positives in being dropped. Benefits? (laughs) yeah, no... It was... It was, obviously, it was an eye-opener. The Maroons are already in Melbourne and Justin Hodges says he's looking forward to baiting Jennings with his usual niggling tactics. Greater Western Sydney's number one draft pick Jonathon Patton could make his highly anticipated AFL debut in the next fortnight. Patton and fellow young-gun Jeremy Cameron installed the last goalpost then kicked the first goals on the Giants' new home ground, Skoda Stadium. Patton has overcome a knee injury and there's a chance he could line up in the first game at Skoda Stadium against Essendon in round nine.

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Yep, got talent alright, look at that. You show that. You that. You show off. See you in half an hour. Cool. You'll be doing by the endf the morning. Yeah! an hour. Cool. You'll be doing that Still ahead this Sunrise - the '90s star getting his groove back. How's he's beaten the odds for a second shot at fame. But next, the sisters on the run. They've missed their deportation deadline. Now their emotional appeal to stay in Australia.

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Classic French pancake stacked with vanilla ice-cream, berries and chocolate sauce. In store now. Four sisters ordered back to Italy to be with their father are still on the run this morning. The girls had until midnight last night to board the plane

following a Family Court order. Their mother says she has no idea where they are but has urged the Prime Minister to intervene. I think it's terrible. I think it's wrong that it's had to get to this point for them for their sake. This is something that's tragic and really, really hard to deal with for a mum for as a mum I'm wondering how hard it is for these girls to go through think it's unfair. these girls to go through and I The mother fled Italy with her children two years ago. She claims the father is abusive. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is at Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast, where the girls have been living. Michelle, the girls have now issued their own separate plea from hiding. What have they said? Yes, Yes, that's right. Good morning, guys. The girls are basically begging to be heard. They want authorities to listen to well as their dad. They have authorities to listen to them as released some video telling everyone they want to stay in Australia. They have also set up a Facebook page and written heartfelt letters to their dad, telling him how good their life is here in Australia and they don't want to leave. They claim their father father is a workoholicic and abusive and they desperately want to stay. Here is a look at that video. The girls have said the only way they'll get on they'll get on plane to Italy if they are handcuffed, drugged and they'll get on plane to Italy if carried on board, Mel. Our heart goes out to the kids and the mother. Naturally that's the case. But you know rb there are two sides to every story. This convention, the Hague convention that they, protects kids right around the world from going away from where they were born. They were born in Italy, classic example, Aussie woman falls in love with an were born in Italy, classic example, Italian guy or anyone overseas, has a family, falls out of love, wants to come home for her comfort to her family and wants to take the kids. That is what the issue is. That is what the protection protects against and it works the other way as well and has and has protected a lot and has protected a lot Australian women. She had custody of the children in Italy and had been separated from the father for time. He claims he thought the children were coming to Australia for a week and she claims the separated from the father for some

government knew she was fleeing Italy as a result of the violence and abuse she has alleged against the father. The girls have been here for nearly for nearly two years, living on Sunshine Coast, enrolled in schools and like living in Australia. They for nearly two years, living on the

are dual citizens and have passports for Italy and Australia. Because that is where they are born. They do have right to live in both countries but under the Hague convention the father is pursuing the mother for child abduction claims. If child abduction claims. If she goes back to Italy it is possible she could face 20 years in jail. She is very distressed. You have got to remember, there girls are 14, one is about to turn 15. There are two teenagers and they should have a right to say where they want to live. Gosh, that is a difficult thing for authorities to rule upon. We will have more of your interview with the mum from yesterday. We will have more of your interview Still ahead - are Melbourne's northern suburbs a hotbed of terror? Plus an emotional moment for Miranda Kerr at the Women of Style Awards. And, traffic lights, an expensive fast car and a driver who just wants to show off. What could possibly go wrong? Did he get

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by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. Making news, a warning from a Victorian Labor MP that Melbourne's northern suburbs are a potential breeding ground for home-grown terrorists. The 'Herald Sun' reports the Federal Attorney-General's Department says several areas have been identified as possible hotbeds but won't name them for security reasons. We'll have more on this at 7:00am. And smokers could be banned from lighting up on their own balconies under proposed changes to New South Wales strata laws. 'The Daily Telegraph' says some apartment dwellers are urging the government to ban smoking in units entirely. Tell us what you think. Is it a bit rough. Is it a bit rough. I stay in Chatswood when I do 'It's Academic' fr and everyone smokes. You slide open the door and it is really horrible. I know everybody should be able to do whatever they like to. But there is a smoker in my apartment building and you can smell is in the hallway is in the hallway and you sit in your own apartment and smell it and it's awful. Two negatives. Also making news - a primary school in Queensland is battling with parents to keep students off Facebook. The principal of Harlaxton State School in Toowoomba has sent a newsletter threatening kids with expulsion. She's reminded parents, "No student under the age of 13 is to have a Facebook account But she's faced a surprising backlash from some parents. So, is she right to warn children off Facebook? Yes! And discipline the parents. What? Give them the ruler? Pop in the naughty corner. Parents are the first ones to jump up and down What? Give them the ruler? Pop them

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bla, blathey shook should've teach this and that and the minute the school steps in, I am assuming it is a minority of people, the school shouldn't do it. Seriously. Why the school? Someone has to do it. The parents aren't doing it. And living with the consequences mism It is kids who get cyberbullied. It is the rule under 13 you can't. Yes, for reason. Sorry. I get angry. rule under 13 you can't. Yes, for a Also making news - Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr has been officially crowned the country's most stylish woman at last night's Women of Style Awards in Sydney. It was an emotional moment for the 29-year-old when Seven's Sally Obermeder, who's battling breast cancer, presented her with the award. I really admire you, and, sorry, I really admire you, and, sorry, I just want to say it's just really wonderful to be here in this full of all you incredibly, wonderful to be here in this room inspiring women. Putting their best fashion feet forward, a string of stylish women including actresses, presenters and designers, hit the red carpet. The event recognises women who shine in their field. Miranda's mum and grandmum were there there too. I thought it was nice. A few things going viral this morning. But those girls can't match the driver of this Lamborghini who can't help but show off. When the lights go green, he speeds away... ..only to lose control and wedge his very expensive car between two other vehicles.

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Cure Cancer Australia - the cure starts here. the carbon tax compo starts flowing for families but is it enough? News time first though, here's Sam. A Queensland mother caught in a bitter custody battle will be back in court today after missing the deadline to return her four daughters to Italy to live with their father. Laura turned up at Brisbane Airport last night without her children. She says she doesn't know where they are. I will be seeking to obtain an order to overturn the last decision and judgments made

due to clearly extraordinary circumstances. The girls claim their father is violent and say they want to stay here with their mother. They're in hiding with their great-grandmother. A motorbike rider has died after colliding with a car on a Melbourne highway just after 9:00 last night. The man, aged in his late 20s, died at the scene after smashing into a Honda doing a U-turn. The elderly couple driving the car was taken to hospital.

as police investigate the scene. Melbourne's northern suburbs have been identified as a potential hot spot for home-grown terrorists. Labor MP Maria Vamvakinou, whose federal seat of Calwell includes suburbs with high populations of Muslims says the area has been under national security surveillance. The Attorney-General's Department admits

several places have been identified as breeding grounds for terrorism. Two people have been charged with multiple drug offences over a $1.6 million haul in Sydney's south-west. Police seized ice, heroin, ecstasy and steroids during raids across several suburbs. They also uncovered cash, a replica pistol and drug-making equipment. The raids forced the evacuation of an apartment block, with fears a drug lab could ignite. A 28-year-old man and woman were refused bail and will face court today. The former staffer who accused Peter Slipper of sexual harassment has dropped his claim that Slipper misused Cabcharge dockets. In a statement of claim lodged late yesterday, James Ashby left off allegations the former speaker misused the dockets in January and February this year. But he has stuck to his sexual harassment claims, which will be heard in the Federal Court on Friday. Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has been charged by London police over the phone-hacking scandal. The 43-year-old is facing 3 separate allegations of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice over her alleged attempts to hide evidence from police. There is sufficient evidence

for there to be a realistic prospect of conviction. Brooks says the charges are a sideshow and elaborate waste of taxpayers' money. Her husband and four others have also been charged. In finance news: Wall Street down.

another 5% on their market. They actually repaid about $ Wall Street down. Greece down

actually repaid about $500 million in government bonds debts which surprised everyone, which is good. The Greeks are going to the polls again on June 27 to see if they can decide on a government. This time, the German Finance Minister says it will be a vote on whether Greece stays in the euro or not. Them's are fighting words. To our yesterday we were down on our major indices. fighting words. To our region

Commodities are down again.

this now. The euro has drop The Aussie dollar is a bit below significantly St Kilda's Brendon Goddard

to be charged with staging. After kicking a goal during Monday night's win over Carlton, Goddard crashed to the turf after he was barely touched by Mitch Robinson. The Match Review Panel highlighted the incident in its weekly report but stopped short of charging the Saints star. COMMENTATOR: That's down at the goals. If the umpire had fallen for that that's a free kick to Goddard and a goal. Just don't know about that.

Brennan will be playing footy in Italy soon. The Blues admit they need to get back to basics after failing to match St Kilda's intensity. Mal Meninga has hatched a plan to unleash the attacking skills of Greg Inglis in next week's Origin series opener against the Blues. Inglis has been a revelation since switching to full-back for the Rabbitohs. And even though he'll be lining up in the centres, the Maroons are confident Inglis can inflict similar damage on New South Wales. The Blues squad travels to Melbourne later today. Aussie paceman Mitchell Starc is back in England ready to begin his stint with county side Yorkshire. A visa bungle resulted in Starc being deported from the UK last week but his paperwork's now in order. Meanwhile, the Indian Premier League has been rocked by a spot-fixing scandal exposed by a TV station's undercover sting operation.

Five players have been suspended. None are Australian. GD is channeling a bit of Torville and Deane this morning. I am just Deane at the moment, looking for my Torville as we speak. Check out these two, representing Australia in ice dancing! Woah! Sorry. Ice dancing, it is kind of like your pairs in the lourks but kind of more like 'Dancing with the Stars'. More graceful as opposed to the big tricks. It is a beautiful sin Christy, just made up -- Syncricity. I just made up a word. It is a love story on skates. It's grateful, it's pretty. Just to give you a sense of how difficult. They do make it look easy. Trenny is on skates as well, aren't you. Let's go and chase them... Yeah! Speed-skating! Stephen Bradbury! He gives free lessons down here, which is a good part. The biggest skatingrink in the Southern Hemisphere, let's look at the 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 large high is directing cool southerly winds into south-east Australia, causing isolated coastal showers. The high is also generating strong winds in the tropics. A trough in southern WA is triggering thundery showers. Frost, fog and sunshine in Canberra. The same for tomorrow. Partly cloudy on Friday. Early drizzle in Melbourne.

It's not that hard. Come on, Treny, come on... They have a date night here where singles come and they can jump on their skates and try and meet someone, which makes it easy because it's easy to break the ice that way, when you're strangers. I'll be breaking the ice with my face, probably in half an hour, see you then. You make a lovely couple. Very clever. Time to give away some cash. # Money, money, money, money Grab a pen. Here's the next code word for the Sunrise Budget Bonanza:

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And an extreme case of puppy love. The man who spent his life savings fighting for custody of his dog.

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also from $29,990 driveaway. So hurry in and check out a great deal today. # I don't want to go home # Sydney through the Jetstar Skycam. Mostly sunny and 20 today. Sydney is one of the cities being classed with people with working poor, people pushed to the brink and not earning enough. Our markets will be closely watching the fallout from the on-going political crisis in Greece. European markets closed lower amid news Greek political leaders have been unable to break the deadlock over forming a new government. The collapse of the talks means fresh elections next month amid signals Greece could be forced out of the single European currency. We're joined from Paris by CNN's Richard Quest. The German Finance Minister has come out and said this vote is a whether Greece stays in the euro or not. out and said this vote is a vote

Richard, just how much trouble is Greece in? Will Greece be forced out of the single European currency? Are they gone some No, not yet. They won't be forced out in a sense the other countries will bully them out, kick them out, throw them out, do whatever you like. This is going to be turned on its head in a somewhat interesting way. It will always be put the decision will be up to Greece, the Greek people and the Greek electorate. For instance, they have to stick to the nem Mel random and the -- memorandum and bailout term, if they don't they'll turn the money off and they will be forced to leave eventually. Gut leave eventually. Gut but I guarantee you, this other countries won't kick them out. The next election will turn into a referendum whether the Greek people want to stay in the euro. The German Finance Minister is setting that up Minister is setting that up saying, " Minister is setting that up saying, "Greeks, if you want to bring in these antiausterity politicians and parties, it is on you, if you do, you are gone, your decision not ours you are gone, your decision not ours." That in a nutshell, Merkel says it, Cherbyl, Yunkle, Beroso says it. It is quite clever, the Greeks will have to vote, knowing that one way you are voting for the euro, go for the opposition parties, you are voting to be on your own. If they go, what will it do to world markets? Will it take global markets to another global financial crisis? Will investors start turning the focus on Spain, for example, the dominos fall? I don't think, yes, I mean they will turn the focus. Spain is in a different position as indeed is Italy. But are right, the goes to those countries, absolutely. If they go, I thought maybe the is Italy. But are right, the heat

markets had grown up and were a bit more mature about a Greek exit, or a Grexit as we call it but Grexit as we call it but Grexit creates worries, all bets are off, Kochie. If Greece goes, get your tin helmet out because I can't guarantee which way the shrapnel is going to fly. Our former treasury boss cen Henry spoke overnight and reckons the eurozone is gone, can't survive, not a long term solution. He reckons Australia will become a safe haven for the world. As I said to you a moment ago, if Australia is the safe haven a lot of us have a lot of trouble. That is a bit mean. Anes safe haven currency to be used as a hedge against the others. But the fact, nob realistic any thinks the eurozone is going to disappear or the euro, as a currency, is going to evaporate. Because I tell you this for nothing, if the euro as a currency collapses, then the last person standing switch off the lights on the Arc de Triomphe behind me in Paris. It is a currency being used by 300 million people every single day. The single day. The eurozone may change its complexion, some countries may leave, but the currency per se is not going to collapse. Take that to the bank. Questy, I love catching up with you, you put it in perspective, talk soon. The only one I know who getss way more excited than you do about finance. If you thought sleepwalking was a rare phenomenon you'll be surprised to find out up to one in three Australians do it. And according to a new study 1 in 25 adults have done it at least once in the past 12 months. So what causes it? And is it dangerous? Dr Delwyn Bartlett is a sleep expert from the Woolcott institute. Good morning. These results are pretty incredible. Are you surprised? I must admit. What causes it? An aproseal of slow-wave sleep. So we have four stages of non-rem sleep and stages three and four are the deeper stages of sleep. So your brain has a rest and your body is still active so you can have an arousal of slow-wave sleep and get up and walk. Is it dangerous? You can walk into doors but there is also some evidence to suggest you can do quite complex things also some evidence to suggest that during the slow-wave sleep. Such as? Get in the car and drive. People can open doors, walk on to balconies. At one stage we had a gentleman who would get up and chop wood in bare feet at night. Are some people more prone to others. A family history. So there is a fuLilial predisposition. There is a potential for serious harm. What do you do? It is probably triggered when we are more stressed and also probably triggered when we are sleep deprived. OK. So when you are sleep deprived the brain takes what it needs, it must have slow-wave sleep to have rest. During slow-wave sleep you walk. If someone sleep walks is it wrong to wake them? A myth? When a child has a night terror which also occurs in slow-wave sleep, it is not a good idea to wake them. Just talk them and guide them to bed. With an adult, depending on what they are doing you may need to Just talk them and guide them back

wake them because they could be doing something dangerous like trying to get over a balcony but do it gently. We appreciate you waking up early and telling us. I feel like I'm sleepwalking most of the time. A man in the US has gone to court to settle a dispute with his ex girlfriend over their dog. Craig Dershowitz claims she kidnapped the pet and has spent over $60,000 to get custody. Mara Shiavocampo has the story. With floppy ears and squishy pug face, Craig Dershowitz says Knuckles, or 'Knux' for short, is so much more than just his best friend. Knuckles is my son. And I don't mean to come off as if he's more important than actual human child but to me he is. But Dershowitz, a New Yorker, says he hasn't seen his puggle in many months since his ex-girlfriend, Sarah Brega, moved away to California, and took 3-year-old Knuckles along. Knuckles is part of my family. I was with him since he was 4 months old. They got Knux while still a couple, says dershowitz, knuckles belongs to him. but there's no question - Knuckles belongs to him. I bought Knuckles. I actually spent the money, I was his caretaker for the most part. So with Knuckles 2,500 miles away, now Dershowitz isn't just sad, he's suing. In court papers filed in New York, Dershowitz claims Sarah Brega has kidnapped Knuckles. It's a property dispute. It's a theft. In the meantime, Dershowitz insists the dispute's getting very costly. $60,000 and counting, he says, and it's wiped out his life savings. So he's posted a rescue Knux video online asking strangers to pitch in. He's just so loving and so sweet and warm. Knuckles is my dog in every way imaginable. We paid for everything kpift, 50. Everything was divvied up and split. After the break-up, she says Dershowitz left knuckles with Brega and her family for eight months. She says Knuckles was an unconditional gift. I paid for everything the eight months he claims he was trying to find a home for the dog. I didn't need to check with him, It wasn't his dog. She's fighting back in court to dismiss the case. Would you spend $ Would you spend $60,000 on a dog? No. Wouldn't you buy another dog. If you are friendly to it it will lick your face and wag the tail. I you can get attached to a dog but $ your face and wag the tail. I get you can get attached to a dog but $60,000. For some people they are like children. We have got three dogs at home, I would give someone $ dogs at home, I would give someone $100 to take the Jack Russell puny, Kipper, he is tearing the house apart. How old? Three months. Have you trained it? you trained it?, sat the dog down. No, no-one in the house has. She not going to let that one go. Suck it News is coming up. Then, parents versus the principal. The school that's ordered kids off Facebook. And, Lady Gaga gagged in Indonesia as police there threaten to ban the singer's concerts. Holden's End of Financial Year countdown is on. Don't miss the Captiva 5 manual. Now with an extra three years roadside assist for free, an extra two years factory warranty for free and your first HoldenWise standard service for free. Now from only $26,990. See your Holden dealer today. How are you liking the new car? Yeah, good, mate. Leather, sunroof, and if it ever gets written off, no matter how old it gets, GIO will replace it with a brand-new car. Wow. So, even in 12 years time...

Oh, my back! (EXCLAIMS) (BOOM!) (ALARM WAILS) ..still gonna get a brand-new car back. VOICEOVER: Take our GIO Platinum Car Insurance within a year of buying your brand-new car, and keep the cover to insure it new - for life. we're joined by showbiz reporter Blair Late. Good morning. And Lady Gaga may have to cancel her sold-out concert. Well, I just got the breaking last-minute news. It has, in fact, been cancelled by the Jakarta police. This originally started with the Islamic government in Indonesia, Jakarta were not happy with her coming to do a concert there they were not happy with her music, coming to do a concert there because costumes and chorography. They were trying to get her permit taken away and cancelled but now the police are stepped in. It is kaput. I guess she will have to entertain elsewhere. She is following in the steps of Madonna who was cancelled there many years ago. We have been following the John Travolta issue closely, the first man to accuse him of sexual abuse has dropped the law suit? Yes, John Doe, No.1, the lawyer y'all interviewed yesterday interviewed yesterday has dropped the case. The reason we assume is the legal team behind John Travolta prove prove John was in another city and state at a fancy restaurant, at Mr Chow's in New York City. Because of the date mishap that has been dropped but John Doe No.2 is still part of the case. That is still going. Every day, the cracks seem to come out and people seem to keep coming out. It is not over yet but for John Doe number one it is. And Jay-Z has come out supporting gay marriage? Yes, he was at concert touting the stance of Obama. You choose the love, whoufrb you love, that's their business, it is no different to discriminate against blacks. It is not about votes, it is about people. Whether it costs them votes or not it is the right thing to do, as a human being. So another person in high profile of the world of politics and music who seems to be on the right side of history unlike the kern can Prime Minister of Australia. Thank you for your views, talk to you lot e. You are watching Sunrise, these are our top stories. Four sisters make an emotional appeal to stay in Australia as they miss their deadline for deportation. Claims some Melbourne suburbs are a breeding ground for terrorists. The push for more rights for casual workers. The principal at war with parents after ordering kids off social networking. The big announcement for fans. (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. Kochie is waiting bated breath for that Rafters' announcement. A lot of excited fans, I know you are one of them. Yes, Jules and Dave will be joining us with big news. Hopefully it is about the kiss have been waiting forever for. But we'll talk to her about that later. Hopefully it is about the kiss we

Also this morning - Miranda Kerr and our most stylish women step out So let's get this hour underway with Sam and a wrap of the overnight news. Four Queensland sisters remain on the run from Federal Police after missing a deadline to return to their father in Italy. The Family Court had ordered the children, aged between 9 and 14, surrender to authorities by midnight. The girls' mother had until midnight last night to take her children to Brisbane Airport. She arrived without her four girls. I've always intended to comply by court orders. I don't know of the whereabouts of my children. Laura says her 14-year-old daughter now has her own legal representation and has won a stay of proceedings in court allowing her to stay in Australia for the time being. I will be seeking to obtain an order to overturn the last decision and judgments made due to clearly extraordinary circumstances. The girls claim their father has a violent temper and say they want to stay here with their mum. If you want to know why we're hiding Laura fled Italy two years ago with her daughters, who were born there. She'd separated from her Italian husband. The mother was saying she had the consent of the father to bring the children to live in Australia and the father said that he only consented for them to come for a 4-week holiday. The four sisters are being cared for somewhere by their great-grandmother. She says she's willing to go to jail to protect them. The Federal Government says it doesn't have the power to intervene in Family Court matters. Police are looking for the girls. Tensions are heating up between police and Aboriginal protestors in Brisbane this morning at the site of their tent embassy in Musgrove Park. At least two dozen police have moved in to forcibly evict the protesters from the park. But they're refusing to go, lighting a large bonfire and barricading themselves inside the campsite. Council officers issued eviction notices yesterday. The Federal Government's carbon tax compensation will start arriving in bank accounts from today. Around 1.6 million families receiving Family Tax Benefit A or B will receive up to $110 for each child. Melbourne's northern suburbs have been identified as a potential hot spot for home-grown terrorists. Sunrise correspondent Nuala Hafner joins me now from Melbourne. Good morning, Nuala. What's behind these claims? Good morning, Sam. Federal member for Caulwell Maria Vankavu said it was clear in areas like Broadmeadows and Dallas and north-west Melbourne they are under suris veilen. She said it is clear they were of interest to ASIO. The federal Attorney-General's department have confirm said there are certain pockets they have identified for breeding grounds for terrorism. But they haven't identified which the areas are because of security concerns. The MP says she doesn't think it is very good for young people in the communities to be under surveillance like this, particularly following September 11 and it dozen send the right message. These are ordinary people living ordinary lives. She questions a $ ordinary lives. She questions a $10 million program to provide grants to community groups to start programs that counter terrorism. She thinks linking funding with security is sending the wrong message. But the Australian multi cultural foundation says it is nice to give the money to to the groups to develop positive programs. The former chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's News International has lashed out after being charged with perverting the course of justice during the phone-hacking scandal. Rebekah Brooks says I am baffled by the itdition. People see me as see me as nothing more than an expensive sideshow. Her husband and four others have been charge said. Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr has been officially crowned the country's most stylish woman at last night's Women of Style Awards in Sydney. It was an emotional moment for the 29-year-old when Seven's Sally Obermeder, who's battling cancer, presented her with the award. I really admire you, and, sorry. I just want to say it's just really wonderful to be in this room full of all of you incredibly inspiring women. Coming up - the millions of casual workers getting a raw deal. And the fight to give them more rights. But first here's Kochie. Thank you, Sam. It Thank you, Sam. It is all about Greece again. Overnight Wall Street down 63 points. European markets also smashed as well. What's happened overnight in Greece? Well the Paul tigszs still can't agree to form a government so they are -- politicians still can't agree to form a government so they are setting June 22nd as the date for the next election. The European leaders are saying it is a referendum whether you stay in the eurooro not. If you vote against the austerity measures you are out. As a result the Greek share market dropped another 5% overnight to levels not seen since the' 90s. You

know how I love my charts, look at this one. This chart in red tracks the Dow Jones index in the first five years after the five years after the introduction of the Dow Jones index in the first the Great Depression, drop down and starts to recover. This is Greece over the last five years, down, down, down, down, still going down. over the last five years, down, down, down, down, still going down. Bought it is like a depression in Greece and will continue. As Richard Quest says, if Greece goes, put on your tin hat, we don't know how markets will react. Commodities all down again overnight. Commodities all down again overnight. The Aussie dollar is up against the euro because the euro got slammed last night. Sport now, here's Simon. Michael Jennings has dismissed talk he has a bad attitude as the Blues prepare to head to Melbourne today ahead of the Origin series opener. Jennings will line up in the centres despite being banished to reserve grade by his NRL club Penrith. He admits it was hard to find any positives in being dropped. Benefits? (LAUGHS) Yeah, no. It was...it was, obviously, it was an eye-opener. The Maroons are already in Melbourne and Justin Hodges says he's looking forward to baiting Jennings with his usual niggling tactics. could make his highly anticipated AFL debut in the next fortnight. Patton and fellow young-gun Jeremy Cameron installed the last goalpost then kicked the first goals on the Giants' new home ground, Skoda Stadium. Patton has overcome a knee injury and there's a chance he could line up in the first game at Skoda Stadium against Essendon in round nine. The Central Coast Mariners are out of the Asian Champions League after a 3-0 loss to Japanese side Nagoya Grampus last night. Meanwhile, US President Barack Obama has hosted David Beckham's LA Galaxy at the White House. He couldn't resist taking a friendly dig at Becks. He is tough. and also have his own line of underwear. You're a real funny man, Mr President, aren't you. Thanks very much. Sounds likeer just like him. Channelling Dave Beckham. Let's go to today's weather. Mely, welcome to the Australian winter Olympic training facility that is Icehouse in Melbourne. The most beautiful thing you will see in your life, check this out. It is absolutely divine. Danielle, graceful, just meticulous in detail. Exquisite performance, refined, delicate, divine. Do you want to see THE most beautiful thing you will ever see in your life? Beautiful... Exquisite, graceful, pretty, cold. I'm going to get you drunk # On my humps # My lovely lady lumps. Could you see it as part of your routine. That was gross. It is hard to hide yourself, they don't leave much to the imagination, these outfits. No you are beautiful. You are exquisite, show us one of your bigger tricks. Sure. Look at that! Is it easy to do? Do a turn. Let's do it together. (music plays) Look at me Mum! I'm flying like a bird. Just like Will Ferrell 'Blades of Glory'. Before we go to the weather. Where is it? Producer, Tim. Let's look at the forecast for this gorgeous country of ours. 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. Well, the school holidays coming up, the July school holidays, there will be an ice show here for kids to look at. Lessonerise free, see you in half an hour with more. You like what you see? Yes, accept for that bit. You meant to do that. OK, we will leave him the while he is looking all graceful. Four sisters still on the run from authorities have issued a desperate appeal to stay in Australia. The girls failed meet a Family Court order to board a plane in Brisbane at midnight last night to live with their father in Italy. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper joins me from Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast, where the girls are from. Michelle, what have they had to say? Morning, Mel, well the girls are desperate to live in Australia. They've set up a Facebook page to let everyone know they want to stay here. Two of them are teenagers they believe they should have saright to decide here. Two of them are teenagers so

saright to decide where they want to live. They have also written letters to their dad asking him to listen to them and released a video, let's take a look. As you can see, the girls are absolutely determined to stay in Australia. The oldest sister has just received a stay of from the court so she is temporarily allowed to stay until the court just received a stay of proceedings

hears her out. Of course, their mum is very keen to keep them hoar. I -- here I spoke with her yesterday I'm begging Julia to do something. I'm begging some frn to step in and intervene, have the girls' voices listened to, which is their right, not have their human rights violated by being dragged on to a plane, handcuffed and screaming. The have been ordered by the Family Court to return to Italy, to live handcuffed and screaming. The girls

with their father who they claim is abusive. They just want to keep on going to school and stay here and lead happy lives. Although Department of Foreign Affairs helped the girls return home to lead happy lives. Although The

Sunshine Coast, their father has the girls return home to the pursued the case through the Hague Convention, claiming they were abducted. If you return to Italy you could face the possibility of 20 years in jail? Yes, technically, my ex husband has rit written he will use the Hague Convention against me to prosecute me for international child abduction, which could be imprisonment for 20 years. Determine not to leave their mum, have been in hide wg their great grandmother. I don't know where my not to leave their mum, thagirls

daughters are, it will make me hard to comply with court orders, if I find the girls I will have to comply with the court orders. It must be so dispresing? They are very distressed. I can't imagine how it is on the girls, not being near their mum in a moment like this. distressed. I can't imagine how hard

With last night's 12 p.m. Deadline over due, the mother is living on borrowed time and the fate of her girls now lays in the hands of the law. This must be torture for you? It is, it is very hard to be rational and keep it together and concentrate on trying to find something that can be done. Rather than just fall apart. I can't fall apart. I can't let that happen. Is there anything you'd like foosay to your girls if they are watching now? Just be strong and we'll fight this. Someone will help and not to worry, it will be OK. The mum will appear in Brisbane Family Court this morning in a last-ditch attempt with her lawyers, to have the Family Court of appeal overturned from March. OK, Michelle, stay in touch, let us know how it goes. Just before we move on. Just before we move on, back to our breaking news. And police have moved in on the site of an Aboriginal tent embassy at South Brisbane. Seven News reporter Kim Skubris is on the phone. Kim, what's the latest? Look, at the moment, it is a stand-off of sorts. We have got about 200, 250 police, uniformed specialist response team officers, council workers, union representatives surrounding the perimeter, if you like and about 70 protesters and residents of the tent embassy gathering around what they are call agsacred fire, they lit it with embers they say they brought from the original tent embassy 40 years and they are determined the with embers they say they brought up

fire is not extinguished. Everything is at a stand-off. Police moved in about an hour ago and negotiators are talking to the Aboriginal elders to see if they can am to a peaceful arrangement but the protesters have told us they are prepared to go to jail over this. No sooner they will be arrested others will come and set up the tent embassy again. We are looking at the pictures live. You are saying at the moment there is a significant police presence but it is peaceful? Yes, only one arrest about an hour ago, the perimeter fence the police have e erected to keep others out. But you might hear the chapting behind me, there is a number of demonstrations going on at the moment, singing, dancing and keeping the fire burning. The significance of the fire is sending out a very definite smoke signal across Brisbane which is their traditional way of saying they are pretearpapered to go to war. Which is this area of Musgrave park. There are a number of borer rings which are sacred to Aboriginal people. Experts are warning of a growing crisis in the modern workforce. It's job insecurity. Around 40% of Aussies are now employed on a fixed-term, casual or contract basis, which lack the benefits and financial stability of permanent full-time positions. An inquiry is now calling for stronger protection of employees. Ged Kearney is the ACTU President. Good morning. Which industries face the most job insecurity? We are really concerned this issue of insecure work is growing like a cancer in the work force and becoming all pervasive. It is affecting families, the way they interact because there is little ability to plan when you work. Affecting people's ability to volunteer because their working life is so erratic. It is not productive so we think it is affecting businesses and the economy. OK, has been a trend happening for quite a while over the last 20 years, 25 businesses and the economy. OK, this

years. Why bring it to a head now? Why such a big issue now. We think because it is getting to tipping point now. 40% of the workforce is in this situation, not good families and the community. It is time to put the brakes on. If we in this situation, not good for

don't, we will have a situation where we have a working poor in Australia, where people are employed but can't afford to live and that is not a good thing. The tradeoff, if you work in a casual position is you are normally paid more on an hourly basis than someone on a full-time. So a lot of people prefer that and prefer the ability to work flexibly, shorter hours, particularly women in the work force. We just had an inquiry done by the former Prime Minister, and he has gone out and found it doesn't work that way inquiry done by the former demty

for people, the so-called flexibility doesn't go their way. People get a text message the night before if they have got a shift the next day and they feel obliged to go to work. You are saying yes we want the extra benefits and happy to have people's pay cut and they don't get paid more and get the benefits instead? It is a good question. What people are saying they would like from their job is from their job is something to rely on and preictability and sick pay. And happy to get lower pay as a result? I think people would happily trade off the benefits if they could get the security. OK, thank you. As we've been reporting, a Victorian Labor MP is warning Melbourne's northern suburbs are a potential breeding ground for home-grown terrorists. The Federal Attorney-General's Department has admitted several areas have been identified as possible hotbeds of terror but won't name them for security reasons. For more we're joined by Sunrise foreign editor Dr Keith Suter. Keith, the MP claims the area, which includes Broadmeadows and Dallas, is under surveillance by our security agencies. Do they carry out a lot of surveillance of potential terrorists? Absolutely. There is not only surveillance but also international cooperation. So, for example, FBI might tip off police in New South Wales and Victoria about certain activities. In fact, it has led to arrests a couple of years ago. So yes, a lot of surveillance goes on because you want to nip the in the bud before it becomes a more serious form of violence. How much because you want to nip the problem

of a threat is home-grown terrorism some The fear is the terrorists are home-grown rather than oversee home-grown rather than oversee. So the United Kingdom bomb attacks, seven years ago, they were people from local areas who are grown up Great Britain, the mother of the from local areas who are grown up in ring' leader was an expert in race relations in her own area. It is sarisk of home-grown fairrism, people thinking globally and acted locally. Hence the need for the surveillance. I bet it is not the only area under surveillance? No, there will be other areas as well. Thank you. A Queensland primary school is battling with parents to keep students off Facebook. The principal of Harlaxton State School has sent a newsletter threatening kids with expulsion. She's reminded parents, But she's faced a surprising backlash. The principal was unable to come on the show this morning but she's spoken with our parenting expert Michael Carr-Gregg. He joins me from Melbourne. Michael, what prompted her to take this action? Explain first of all, what has prompted the principal to take the action? She wrote in her news letter home to the parents there had been considerable Facebook traffic bullying other children and more worrying, denigrating school staff and the school itself. It was a bullying incident that prompted her to write this very, very good e dict home. I wish more primary school principals would do it. We are talking a primary school here. So the next step in the process is the parents are up set with her instructions, why? Some wrote to her saying they didn't think it was any of the school's business. It take as whole village to educate a child. What we know is when a child's behaviour, online, impact on the school, the school climate, it Gary Ablett absolutely the school's business -- it is absolutely the school, the school climate, it is

school's business. I don't know we had a Sunrise principal of the year award but I would like to school's business. I don't know if

nominate Leonie Hulkrin, she did a great job. Do you think some parents undermine the discipline that schools are trying to administer? Yes, I do. I think it also makes it different for other parents trying to do the right thing because they say, " say, "Look what my friends's parents do." say, "Look what my friends's parents do.". The message to all parents is

psychologically do not have the maturity to manage their foot print. Which is why there is a rule in place snow no-one under 13 goes on Facebook. Yes. As always, good to talk to you. Wow! Primary school head master principal of the year. Good on you, Leonie. But she tries to do something and the parents get up in arms. up in arms.I it is not just Facebook but Tumbler. There is Facebook, but a lot of stuff out there. Facebook is very yesterday. Is it? I'm not even on it yet. You missed it, on the next thing. You will be ahead. even on it yet. You missed it, jump

Don't go anywhere, we could be dialling your number in just a moment. There's $10,000 to give away in the Sunrise Budget Bonanza if you answer the phone in time. And, TV's favourite family. The Rafters are live with a big announcement, soon. Your health is everything, so you need to take care of it. Introducing Medibank Mi Health, a range of health support services to help keep you in better health. Now you can talk to a Medibank nurse anytime about any health issue, big or small, and get helpful health advice no matter where you are. It's all part of your Medibank hospital cover and it's yours right now. Call 132 331 or visit our website to find out more. We begin with developing news in Brisbane to evict Aboriginal protestors from the tent embassy in the city's Musgrove Park. The situation is tense with protesters refusing to leave despite police demands to go. This is illegal. How do you sleep at night? What will you tell your kids? Embassy representatives are trying to negotiate with police to keep a couple of tents on the site and their sacred fire burning. Police say they will use force to remove the group if necessary. Queensland sisters on the run from Federal Police have missed a deadline to return to live with their father in Italy. The Family Court had ordered the four children, aged between nine and 14, surrender to authorities by midnight last night to be deported. But the girls' mother went to Brisbane Airport alone. I am within the deadline and unfortunately I am unable to handover the children - I don't know their whereabouts. The sisters say their father is abusive and they want to stay on the Sunshine Coast with their mother after she fled here two years ago. The eldest daughter has been granted extra time to plead her case. Her mother will be seeking the same for the younger three today. All four girls are being cared for by their great-grandmother in a secret location. Melbourne's northern suburbs have been identified as a potential hot spot for home-grown terrorists. Labor MP Maria Vamvakinou, whose federal seat of Calwell includes suburbs with high populations of Muslims, says the area has been under national security surveillance. before it becomes a much more serious form of violence. The Attorney-General's Department admits several places have been identified as breeding grounds for terrorism. An elderly man has been terrorised during a home invasion in Sydney last night. 2 men forced their way into the 70-year-old's Mount Druitt home at around midnight. He was kicked and punched before being tied up. His attackers stole his wallet, mobile phone and jewellery before fleeing. He's being treated in hospital while police investigate. France's newly elected President Francois Hollande has finally landed in Germany's capital after having to turn back to Paris when his plane was struck by lightning. The incident happened just hours after he was sworn in to office during an elaborate ceremony in Paris. Hollande is in Berlin for his first official duty, holding crunch talks with Germany's Chancellor over Europe's debt crisis. St Kilda's Brendon Goddard has narrowly avoided becoming the first AFL player to be charged with staging. After kicking a goal during Monday night's win over Carlton, Goddard crashed to the turf after he was barely touched by Mitch Robinson. The Match Review Panel highlighted the incident in its weekly report but stopped short of charging the Saints star. COMMENTATOR: That's down at the goals. If the umpire had fallen for that that's a free kick to Goddard and a goal. Just don't know about that. The Blues admit they need to get back to basics after failing to match St Kilda's intensity. Queensland coach Mal Meninga has hatched a plan to unleash the attacking skills of Greg Inglis in next week's Origin series opener against the Blues. Inglis has been a revelation since switching to full-back for the Rabbitohs. And, even though he'll be lining up in the centres, on New South Wales. The Blues squad travels to Melbourne later today. This is a radical new footy boot its makers believe will revolutionise every code. Designed in Victoria over the past decade, the boot's designed to help players kick the ball further and improve performance. Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish, AFL legend Ron Barassi and former Socceroo Kevin Muscat have shares in the company. 'Small Business Show', bought to be... Whatever happened to Craig John's boot? The predator? Been used for 15 years. Great, another boot for our sons to nag mum. I need it, mum. No you don't. If he is going to

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