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(generated from captions) earthquake strikes northern Italy. The toll rises after another to the crisis zone This morning we're live for survivors. as rescuers search the rubble in a ferocious fire. A Gold Coast family loses their home to wear their war medals. Now they're fighting for the right The Duchess of Cambridge shines Buckingham Palace garden party at her first ever ahead of the Queen's Jubilee. S Club performs live and exclusive. # Don't stop moving # Find your own way to it Can you feel the music # DJ's got us going around # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Make a bet with you that when that song comes on later on you will be bopping along as we all wind back the clock to the clock to the '90s. a few years with S Club. We'll wind back the clock They're later in the show. bowser bargains. Also this morning - but will the good times last? Petrol prices plummet has jackpotted to $20,000. And the Sunrise Cash Call in our next hour. We'll make the call with the news of this Wednesday. But we're going to begin Here's Nat. has escaped a ferocious fire A family of four their Gold Coast home. which destroyed to the property Firefighters were called just after 6:30 last night home was well alight. but when they arrived the for several hours. Three crews battled the flames the two houses on either side. Our main concern was for was unsalvageable The house that was involved in fire at that point in time. No-one was hurt. in the garage. It's believed the fire started Australian sanctions against Syria there could be more late yesterday. after he expelled two diplomats 100 people, including children, It follows the massacre of more than on Saturday. we've got This is the most effective way at what has happened in Syria. of sending message of revulsion have followed suit Several other countries including the US, UK and Germany. There's relief this morning left jobless for some of the thousands of workers by the Hastie Group collapse. The Queensland Plumbers Union says will pick up the contracts building and plumbing companies of more than 200 of its members. In Sydney, can go back to work this morning. some employees have been told they to launch legal action It comes as investors prepare tied to Hastie's downfall. against key players James Packer is making a bid of Sydney's Star casino to replace the chairman Jeff Kennett. with former Victorian premier meeting of Star shareholders today Mr Packer will announce a general Entertainment chairman John Story. where he'll attempt to roll Echo Packer owns Melbourne's Crown Casino a major shareholder in Echo. but has also become by Mr Story last month. He was refused a board position to fill up their tanks this morning Drivers are being urged petrol prices in months. to take advantage of the lowest to $1.30 a litre Yesterday prices dropped in some parts of the country. has hit a 3-month low The wholesale price of oil later today but pump prices are likely to rise as weekly cycles continue. four cent drop within a fortnight. Forecasters are tipping a further by another deadly earthquake. Northern Italy has been rocked At least 17 people were killed struck 40km west of Bologna. after the magnitude 5.8 tremor 6.0 earthquake struck 9 days ago, It's the same area where a magnitude killing seven people. Aung San Suu Kyi Myanmar democracy leader for the first time in 24 years. has left her country has arrived in Thailand The Nobel Peace Prize winner the World Economic Forum on Asia. where she'll give a speech at under house arrest Suu Kyi spent 15 years her country's military rulers. while campaigning against has taken on another royal first And the Duchess of Cambridge a Buckingham Palace garden party. stepping out for and 8,000 guests She joined the Queen for lunch on the palace grounds. and the Duchess of Cornwall Prince Philip, Prince Charles, were also there Prince William, missed out. but Kate's husband, He remains at his RAF base in Wales. to stop praising their children Ahead this Sunrise - parents told into bullies. because they'll grow up But first, here's Kochie. Bit of tough love. Thank you, Nat. Good night on Wall Street. Good night on Wall Street. The Dow Bit of tough love. Thank you, Nat. up 100, closing up around 126 point as we speak on optimism the proausterity parties in Greece will be able to form a government, a coalition, which means they will stay in the eurozone. But there is a money printer listed on the lond Stock Exchange called Delarou, their share price has gone through the roof, they are roof, they are starting to print drachmas in case Greece leaves the eurozone. The latest figures show from 11-year lows. new home sales have rebounded Morning. Savanth Sebastian is at CommSec. in new home building, isn't it? This is still a weak gain That's really good news, isn't it? A good employer and tonic to but the figures still pretty weak? good employer and tonic to retailers Yes, I guess a great result but certainly from a very low level. We are not expecting a significant knt turn round. The initial boost, the sales fell over 9% and rebounded by sales fell over 9% and rebounded by 6%

6%. Looking forward, a modest recovery to take place. We have heard a lot about the building contractors companies that have gone into voluntary administration. But there is only so much the Reserve Bank can do. It comes down to federal and state governments and federal and state governments and sit

sit down with industry sectors and look whether they can get cheaper access to land and cuts to stamp duty. Looking forward, the housing sector is a huge multiplier for the economy. We know it is fundamentally strong, rental vacancy rates are low and it will support the economy for the coming year, especially a pick-up for the likeoffs Victoria and New South Wales. The old Howard Government, get the property market going. Travis Cloke's contract talks with Collingwood have stalled over the power forward's insistence on a 5-year deal. There are now five clubs in the race to sign the star Magpie who'll become a free agent at season's end. Nathan Buckley says blaming the contract saga for Cloke's disappointing recent form is simply a cop out. Sidebottom showed well and Dayne Beams rr are in the process of working out their next caokts and playing swell, so... At West Coast, Darren Glass and Matt Rosa have signed new deals. State of Origin players have reportedly discussed the prospect of strike action if their demand for a substantial wage increase isn't met by the ARL Commission. The players want a bigger slice of the $30 million a year that's generated by Rugby League's showpiece event. At present, players receive around 6% of that revenue which equates to $20,000 a game. Aussie teenager Ashleigh Barty has endured a baptism of fire in her French Open debut, going down 6-1, 6-2 to world number four Petra Kvitova. Despite the lopsided scoreline, Barty says she learned plenty from the experience. Serena Williams staved off seven match points against Virginie Razzano but couldn't avoid the first opening round exit of her career. World number two Maria Sharapova kickstarted her campaign with a devastating 6-0, 6-0 victory. Maria Sharapova looking very strong early on, guys. Thank you, Beretts. She's looking strong. Alright, you keep looking. Let's go to Grant with the weather. Good morning, team, Victoria, Werribee for the Melbourne international three day event. The other day we were talking about gymnastics and the Olympic trials, well, thithe final chance for Australian athletes and their horses to qualify for the London games, on this weekend. Of course, eventing is, as you know, a three-stage event, a triathlon on horses with dressage, cross country and show jumping. So we are going to be involved a little, maybe a little too much today. See this bad boy, right here? Boom! GD's going to have a go a go on a horse called Whiskey. Wow! That sounds like a winner from the start. Mine will be the one doing these kinds of lines. Let's look at the forecast around Australia. Good morning. 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. Not that high, Not that high,? Is it? My jeans are a bit tight. I reckon we can do this. I reckon we can do this. See you guys in half an hour. I will work up the confidence and find the horse. Horse is thinking the same thing. Later - a tower of lies. The woman who conned the world as a survivor of September 11. It is an extraordinary And, the earthquake tragedy in Italy. The death toll rises after the country is rocked again. The search for survivors in the rubble is next on Sunrise. VOICEOVER: OK. Established connection. Excellent fuel economy. Good. Airbags, seven of them. Perfect. Add blind spot monitor. Quality. The extra power of Hybrid Synergy Drive. Yes. Power inspires confidence.

All-new 151-kilowatt Camry Hybrid. Today, I present the highly advanced Colgate 360 Surround. His mission is to clean more than just teeth. He's designed to clean parts of the mouth other toothbrushes can miss. Bacteria, beware! Bacteria, here I come. VOICEOVER: Colgate 360 cleans more than just teeth. For business or leisure car rental, Red Spot offers drive-off inclusive drive-away rates with no hidden extras. The queens of breakfast join the Queen of England for her Diamond Jubilee. Don't miss a moment of the celebrations with Sunrise on Seven. At least 17 people have been killed and hundreds injured by a strong earthquake in northern Italy. It's struck the same area hit by a tremor just over a week ago. Amid further aftershocks, Damon Green reports. The residents of this town may have thought the danger had passed. It isn't. Even as emergency workers attend the aftermath of the previous tremor a building collapses before its eyes and where it stood, just a cloutd of dust. Refugees in their tents felt the latest shock. Here, no-one was hurt but others weren't so lucky. ( Cries) so lucky. ( Cries). In all, fifteen people are known to have died in today's destruction. These workers who escaped knew they were the lucky ones. The damage is severe, the epicentre north of Bologne means businesses and buildings have been reduced to rubble. The most powerful here since the 14th century. This man described how the damage to his town was greater this time. Many citizens have simply abandoned their homes. Politicians have pledged state aid. Rescue workers are trying to establish if anyone is missing or trapped. Only the early hour of the morning meant more workers weren't here when this building caved in. We will go live to the quake zone for an update next hour. Still ahead - Prince Harry and William talk candidly about their mother, Diana, ahead of the Queen's Jubilee weekend. Plus, the new battle for our Diggers. 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Sunrise is 10 years old. So we're celebrating with street parties across the country. This Friday, the whole team will be live from Glenwood in Sydney's west with a free breakfast. ('LIVE BABY LIVE' PLAYS) And live performances from Aussie super group INXS. Head to our web site for more details and help us celebrate 10 years of waking up with friends. Only on Sunrise, Friday. Exactly, Beretts. Beretts goes, " Exactly, Beretts. Beretts goes, "Are we seriously taking INXS? we seriously taking INXS?? Said yes. That is so cool. We said we would be in Glenwood on Friday for a street party and they said we will be there. Put your dance boots on, it will go off. And it will be: Narrowed it down. Of course in Sydney, for every watching from around the country. We will get to you. Worth it. Is Sydney this Friday and then make our way with street parties. INXS. That's big. MEL Making news this Sunrise - Diggers are being urged to defy new uniform guidelines limiting the number of badges allowed to be displayed. The 'Herald Sun' reports our troops are now allowed to wear a maximum of four commendation badges from the same service. Victoria's RSL President Major-General David McLachlan is unimpressed. He says: We'll try to get some more information on the reasoning but is there any reason to stop diggers wearing medals? That's just wrong. I can't imagine anybody, accept there the person who put this lay in place. You earn it you wear it one of the great things on Anzac Day to watch the guys go by with rows and rows, you can tell who has seen a lot of action. You got to get them on. Are medals called badges? Is there a difference. You have earned it, wear it with badges? Is there a difference. Is in pride. I'm in shock over this pride. I'm in shock over this next one. Also making news - so-called job snobs. 'The West Australian' says cash incentives of up to $9,000 are failing to get unemployed people from the eastern to states to move to WA for work. The paper says just 37 people took up the offer in 18 months. But is it as simple as saying "Move to the West for the mining boom"? Even WA pollies admit it's hard for some to simply uproot their family and go. Can we just say to job seekers, "You have to go where the work is"? Have your say. Well, you do don't you if you want a job and there is work out there? You can sit and complain or do something. And change your life, moving to Western Australia. Come on? For the for the better mrp. It the fear would be, if you have a couple of kids in school and you go over with the boom, in a couple of years will it be hard to move back to where home might be. People move around Australia for all sorts of jobs. It is very different. Gina Reinhardt wants 8,000 workers just to build that mine. They want to bring the 1700 in for. It is such a massive scale. If the work is there, you want it, go get it. The money is there. Some Exactly. Front-page of the 'Herald Sun' says soft love is harming our kids. New research from Melbourne's RMIT University claims lavishing children with praise and constantly pumping up their self-esteem is breeding a generation of bullies. The researchers warn parents and teachers have spent too much time telling kids everything they do is wonderful and giving them trophies for coming seventh. And 15t and 4th. And they say the best place to start for a dose of reality would be school reports. Do you agree? Yep. Yep. Anyone not? There doesn't seem to be reality. You need to know exactly where you are. I say to my kids, you are really good at this but not that. You can shine there and they can there. It is OK that you are not good at something. Just the old, " the old, "You suck at that." the old, "You suck at that.".. That might be going a little far. I might say, " say, "We'll leave that one to Heidi." What but you are no good at anything. Bit rough. Did you get that? Yep. No you did not, bolics. I am told I am it the best person to bring this next story. And I'm told I'm the best person to bring up this story - what people will do for free stuff. It seems some will do just about anything. In Cairns, a pair of Swedish backpackers bared all to save a few dollars. The girls stripped down for van hire company Wicked Campers. It's offering tourists one day's free hire worth about $40 if they show up naked. So what have you done and what would you do for a freebie? Have you backpacked and done something for a freebie. Have you got your gear off? What have you done? Probably not much I wouldn't do, to be honest. Just wondering if you got your kit off. Throw the challenge out. E-mail in. If you have got a challenge for Beretts to earn a freebie at anything. Yep. Friday morning, Glenwoodpark. Oh! So cold. He's cold. He's got to keep his clothes on though. News is next. Plus your chance to enter the Sunrise Cash Call. This morning there's $20,000 up for grabs. Then, sister on the inside. The Aussie nun dubbed a 'prison angel'. It's a story to change the way you think. SONG: # Morocco-co, Moroccan

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The US says it remains opposed to military intervention because it would cause more carnage. Rescue workers combing through the rubble of Italy's latest deadly quake have found the bodies of two workers, raising the death toll to at least 17. Thousands of people are now homeless after the magnitude 5.8 tremor struck 40km west of Bologna. It's the same area where a magnitude 6.0 earthquake hit 10 days ago, killing seven people. Britain's Supreme Court will rule today whether to approve the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. He's facing extradition to Sweden where he's accused of sexually assaulting two women. Assange has been under home detention for more than a year despite never having been charged. A judgment is expected late this afternoon. Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire that has destroyed a Gold Coast family's home. Fire crews found the house well alight when they arrived at the property just after 6:30 last night. They battled the flames for several hours but the house couldn't be saved. The family of four was home at the time but managed to escape. It's believed the blaze started in the garage. Police have arrested a man over a stabbing in Sydney overnight. Emergency services were called to an inner-city block of flats where they found a man suffering wounds to his chest. He was taken to hospital but his injuries aren't considered life-threatening. Toxicology tests into the murder of Brisbane woman Allison Baden-Clay have been completed but police are yet to announce what killed the mother of three. It's the last piece of the puzzle from the post-mortem examination They're still appealing for public help with their investigation. Mrs Baden-Clay's body was discovered in April on the banks of Kholo Creek. An 80-year-old grandmother has spoken out about her near-death experience while skydiving in California. Laverne Everett slipped from her harness during a tandem jump. Video of the shocking mishap has gone viral. I think I knew something was going not right but I didn't know it was as bad as it was, so to speak. The experience hasn't put her off her thrill-seeking ways - Laverne already has plans to go for a lap in a race car. She slipped out of it, the instructor had to hold on to her. Right down to the ground. Got Scott. How lucky is that. That's amazing. Jeez, takes a while to come down with that too. I know, how he held on to her all that time. That is amazing. No dives on Wall Street. amazing. No dives on Wall Street. Up on to her all that time. That is 125 point. The only thing 125 point. The only thing that did dive was Facebook shares, down 10% overnight despite a rising market. Closed at $ Closed at $10. Closed at $10.84, my prediction is true of 20% of its issue price, I am just five months out. A real fall from grace. Time for sport. Geelong coach Chris Scott admits the reigning premiers are no certainties to feature in the finals. The Cats host Greater Western Sydney this weekend but Tom Hawkins won't be playing after undergoing minor knee surgery. Scott insists his side is not looking beyond the AFL rookies. We think we'll be playing our best footy by the end of the year but that's not to say we're a guarantee to get there. We got to make sure we keep improving, short-term as well. Out-of-contract Port Adelaide midfielder Travis Boak has been linked to Geelong. Regular Raiders full-back Josh Dugan says he's looking forward to trying his hand at five-eighth in this weekend's encounter with Wests Tigers. Dugan returns to the side after serving a suspension for breaching the club's alcohol policy. Meanwhile, Penrith has asked the ARL Commission for special salary cap concessions to ensure the club is able to combat the AFL's push into Western Sydney. of the Asian Champions League with a 1-0 win over Nagoya Grampus at Hindmarsh Stadium last night. Keeper Eugene Galekovic ensured the win with a string of brilliant saves, much to the delight of his coach. I don't know what you replace this with, the feeling's (BLEEP) unbelievable. I nearly said a bad word then. The Reds will find out their quarterfinal opponents next month. That is excitement. There is That is excitement. There is always excitement in the equestrian world leading up to Olympics. Names like Bill Roycroft on Kyber Tick Talk. What combinations they are, athlete and horse. The only sport with animals compete as part of Olympics competition. Not only that, where men and women can compete against one another. It doesn't happen in any other sport. Today, we are absorbing the culture, the experience, the greats, remember the fantastic German competitor Rudi Zarzoff was tremendous over the years. And today we are going to Don the helmet and jump the jumpy things as you watch the dressage. Amanda, head up, shoulders back, darl. Thanks, grant, you just focus on the weather. Imp good come back. Olympian and full of cheek. Men against women? Hey, we'll see about that. I should focus on the weather. A lit of drizzle over Victoria will clear and push up into New South Wales and a significant rain in the coming days for most areas of Queensland. Let's look at the Wales and a significant rain event

forecast now. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in stores and online. A large high is also directing showery south-easterly winds onto the Queensland and New South Wales coasts.

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it telly, I want to do one, bring it on. You are in good hands, see you then. Vaalia and Sunrise are proud to bring you the Campaign for Happiness. And we want to hear more of your stories. If you've committed a random act of happiness, let us know. We'd love to hear how it's cheered up those around you. To share your stories, just log on to the Sunrise website and click on the Campaign for Happiness button. When we come back - James Packers' plans for a Casino empire along the east coast. Plus, could the humble aspirin help protect us against skin cancer? And, the robotic lifeguard. (UPBEAT ELECTRONIC MUSIC) It's the end of financial year at Honda, with red hot value on the adventurous CR-V with Real Time 4WD and alloy wheels from only $29,990 driveaway. And the luxurious Accord, with Dual-Zone climate control and Bluetooth phone connectivity, also from $29,990 driveaway. So hurry in and check out a great deal today. That's the early view through the Jetstar Skycam. And James Packer's is front-page news in Sydney this morning. He's trying to replace the chairman of The Star casino with former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett. Packer owns Melbourne's Crown Casino and he's also reportedly thinking about building another casino in Brisbane. Two Syrian diplomats have until Friday to get out of Australia after being expelled by the Gillard Government. The officials have been told to leave in response to the weekend massacre of more than 100 civilians including dozens of children. The most effective way The most effective way we've got of sending a message of revulsion at what's happened in Syria. Other Western governments, including the United States, Britain, Germany, France and Canada have also ordered Syrian diplomats out. So will this make any difference? Foreign editor Dr Keith Suter joins me now. Keith, why has Australia done this? A combined effort. Is it because United Nations is not doing enough? It is dead locked because of the A combined effort. Is it because the

Russian veto. A traditional technique going back 100 years. If you want to express isapproval you expel the dim lumat. In diplomatic language it is a very severe move. It doesn't seem much to us but within the language of diplomacy. We were the first cab affthe rank and now a number of other western countries have followed suit. It is a way of showing the Syrian it is isolated. Would they care. We have very lit room for manoeuvre. a way of showing the Syrian regime

For Syria, it becomes a reminder it is becoming increasingly internationally isolated. The worry for the government, what lapins -- happens if this international reaction continues. The international criminal court could get involved and issued warrant for the arrest of the president and where does he flee to? Can't go to the western countries and his wife, Emma is not going to enjoy spending the rest of her life in Iran, their own real ally. It is the beginning of a procedure to up the antiagainst the governmentm The French government reckons the United Nations should go in. It will be under the new responsibility to protect tpherbg -- mechanism used for the first time last year in Libya. The rushes keep blocks it. Will it put pressure on the Russians? We stuck by them but now hot? Yes, we saw it, the beginning to manoeuvre out. We can't stop supplying the weapons but hot? Yes, we saw it, the Russians

could be the Russians say, " stop supplying the weapons but it could be the Russians say, "You've got to go." got to go.". Medical news now, IVF has been linked to breast cancer for women in their 20s. A study from the university of Western Australia has found young women undergoing the fertility treatment were 56% more likely to develop the disease. But there was no risk for older age groups. So what does that mean for couples struggling to conceive? Sunrise GP Dr Ginni Mansberg is here. How worried should young women be if they're undergoing IVF? Look, obviously this is a concern. 56% higher chance of getting breast cancer if they have had IVF but to put a couple of caviates, it wasn't a massive study. Inconclusive. By having children in their 20s they are protecting themselves against breast cancer. Compared to women who have children at 35 or over, these women are reducing their chance of breast cancer by 100 per cent so halving their risk. Why is the link with younger women only? We don't know. Great news for women in their know. Great news for women in 30s and 40s there is no link to breast cancer for them. It is a know. Great news for women in their

surprise link to women in their 20s and we don't know the cause. Is the

link the est rugene? - eastrogen? They are 13 times high center They are 13 times high They are 13 times higher? It is a possibility. It could be something they look into? For now, don't worry about it too much, the idea is always have children as early as possible because it increases the chances of successful IVF and avoiding breast cancer. Also, too, a link with aspirin and could protect against skin cancer? Reducing the riv by riv -- risk by 15% and also bowel cancer but it is not a medication without side effects. It is linked to bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract which can be fatal. Not everybody who has bleeding knows they have bleeding. Very poor correlation of symptoms. Just because you feel healthy in the guts doesn't mean anything. Klbefore you take it, go take it, go check with your doctor. Yes, thank you. Robots could soon be used to rescue swimmers caught in potentially deadly rips. A new remote-controlled lifesaving device is being trialled in the US. And if successful, it would be used here too. Take a look. She's an ocean-goer's new best friend. Meet Emily, the robot lifesaver. She can reach a struggling swimmer six times faster than a regular lifeguard and can be even dropped from a helicopter. It's a very good tool. You can use Emily to go out and get someone. Emily is operated by lifeguards on the beach via remote control. Her name stands for Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard. She costs $10,000 per unit. But lifeguards trailing the device in the US say she's well worth the money. If it's a classic rip tide and people are struggling, but they're not struggling to the point of drowning, we can deploy Emily to stabilise them until the lifeguards get there and bring them in. And we could soon see Emily at work here at home. Surf Lifesaving Australia says it's aware of the device and will be testing it out as soon as one is available. We're joined now by Peter George from Surf Lifesaving Australia at Coogee Beach in Sydney. Good morning. This device can get to swimmers six times faster than a lifesaver can swim. How much of a difference would that time make to saving lives? Obviously make a little bit of difference in terms of additional technology our lifesavers and lifeguards have on the beach. At the end of the day we need lifesavers and lifeguards because the main operation is around prevention, rather than rescue. But having said that, any type of technology and watching this with great deal of interest will assist us with rescue efforts. If someone is unconscious or falling under the water this won't help so I suppose it is limited in one way? Yes, absolutely. We have a lot of access and equipment at our dispose tool get to a patient or someone who needs to be rescued with jet skies or IRVs and also helicopters throughout our organisation but it will be tool we will have to prove, once it works, as the clip said, it gets to organisation but it will be another

people fairly quickhy. Even today with jet skis and rescue boats we can get to people relatively quickly. How many people are getting stucks in Australia and how hard are they to get out of? We have around the rescue, 14,000 rescues aand about half of those are out of rips. Roughly 50% of the people we rescue a year come from a rip. I know we talk about tourists not understanding the conditions but are locals not getting the message either? What we find is that the younger people tend to be relatively good because they swim between the flags. Our primary message at times has to be swim between the flags. Our primary message at all red-and-yellow flags. The ones getting caught are young males, 25 to 27 who tend to swim away from to 27 who tend to swim away to 27 who tend to swim away from the lifeguarded areas and take risks in terms of going out where they terms of going out where they want to go so they are the ones getting caught in risks. So risk-taking behaviour. Yes, you see it summer on the beach thank you for behaviour. Yes, you see it every filling us in. You're welcome. News is coming up. Then, get naked, get one free. What some people will do for a bargain. And, LA detectives to investigate Justin Bieber's run-in with a photographer. So, could the teen singer be put behind bars? We're live to Hollywood, next. MAN (BREATHLESSLY): Get in touch with Medibank today. (SIGHS) You have to be in it to win it. To enter the Sunrise Cash Call, just ring 1902 557 707 and register or send a text to 19 777 077 with your name and address. If we dial your number tomorrow, you'll need to pick up within five rings and give us the correct code word when prompted. We'll reveal that after 8:00am. And this morning we're making an extra big call. The cash has jackpotted to $20,000. Stay watching, we could be dialling your number very shortly. Time for showbiz news with Blair Late. LA detectives have been handed the file on Justin Bieber's run-in with a photographer. Does this mean he's going to jail? So basically, this little brawl is not going to disappear, it is goating worse. The Los Angeles county police department has passed the case to the district attorney's office which makes this a potentially more serious criminal investigation. They have to be interviewing Justin Bieber immediately in Los Angeles, down investigation. They have requested

town. He is not able to because he is in Norway, currently on tour. When he gets back he will have to meet with them and go through criminal proceedings but if charged it will go up to six months. I don't think it will go to that but right now it is what they are saying. Cynthia Nixon from 'Sex and The City" has married her long-time girlfriend. They got engaged in 2009, her name is Christine Marionini. They did it on Sunday on top of roof top, there is your photo, with the 'Sex and the City' star wearing a Carolina Herrera off-green dress and her partner wearing a matching green tie and they have a 1 and a half year old son, max. And David Beckham said he is not interested in fame yes, I don't know how he can get away with saying that. But he is the first male to pose solo on the cover of Elle magazine. He said I don't know how I sum myself up, I prefer other people do that. I am a bit shy, I am not interested in fame or money, it never interested me and doesn't interest me now. Interesting words, but on the inside he is obviously very shy. He is a sensitive new-age bloke. We had understand. Yes. I want to give him a big hug. You are not the only one. A Gold Coast family loses their home in a ferocious fire. The toll rises after another earthquake strikes northern Italy. Now rescuers search the rubble for survivors. They're fighting for the right to wear their war medals. The Duchess of Cambridge shines at her first ever Buckingham Palace garden party ahead of the Queen's Jubilee. S Club performs live and exclusive. # Don't stop moving # Can you feel the music # DJ's got us going around # Don't stop moving # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. # Taking you to places you never # If you've just tuned in, we'll wind back the clock a few years with S Club. Get out your crop tops. They're later this hour. Also this morning - bowser bargains. But we're going to begin with the news of this Wednesday. Here's Nat. A family of four has escaped a ferocious fire which destroyed their Gold Coast home. Firefighters were called to the property just after 6:30 last night but when they arrived the home was well alight. Three crews battled the flames for several hours. Our main concern was for the two houses on either side, the house that was involved in fire was unsalvageable Or unsavable at that point in time. No-one was hurt. It's believed the fire started in the garage. At least 17 people have been killed after a strong earthquake rocked north-eastern Italy just 10 days after another deadly tremor shook the same region. The magnitude 5.8 quake struck about 60km east of the city of Parma. Several people were trapped under the rubble of buildings. The region continues to be hit with hundreds of aftershocks. Several countries, including the US, UK, France and Germany, have followed Australia's lead in expelling Syrian diplomats. Our government announced the extraordinary move late yesterday, saying it had no choice after the massacre of more than 100 innocent civilians. Walking out of Parliament after being kicked out of Australia, Syria's senior diplomat here, Jawdat Ali, was short on words. So, I have to go now. The Syrian charge d'affairs and a colleague were told late yesterday they have 72 hours to get out of the country. Their expulsion is Australia's response to this - (EXPLOSION) The Syrian army's artillery attack on the town of Houla, which killed more than 100 people, including 49 children and 34 women. A massacre Foreign Minister Bob Carr has called a "hideous and brutal crime". Senator Carr says Syria can expect no further official contact with Australia until President Assad's regime abides by the UN peace plan. A withdrawal of cannons and tanks from built-up areas and, second, negotiations between the regime and its political opponents. It's a way of showing our disgust with what is going on in Syria and in diplomatic language, it is a very severe move indeed. Last night, several countries followed Australia's lead - the UK, France, Italy and Germany among those expelling Syrian diplomats. And international UN envoy Kofi Annan met with the Syrian President in Damascus to discuss his peace plan aimed at ending the country's 15-month crisis. The future of 1,000 students from a private campus in Melbourne is in limbo after the college went into voluntary administration. We're joined now by Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells. Good morning, Nick. Mowbray College owes its creditors millions of dollars? It owes $ It owes $18 million. The bank that funds this school has finally funds this school has finally said, " funds this school has finally said, ". funds this school has finally " funds this school has finally said, "Enough is enough, we are not going to extend your overdraft anymore." The school had been hoping for bailout money from State Government or the federal government but both have refused and there is some suggestion because of the poorficial management of the school. This is a school with five principles in four years. A lot of turmoil there. resigning because they say the board years. A lot of turmoil there. Some wouldn't answer any of their questions. The point is, it is a very uncertain thing for the future of 1,000 students and the teachers there. The school has been put into administration. Classes, of 1,000 students and the 200

for the time being, will continue as normal while the administrator tries to figure out if there is a way for the school to get out of this mess. Obviously, this is a real concern for the VCE students doing their final grade of school and what will become of them. Parents are apparently scrambling to find other schools in the area to send their kids who which are apparently full and certainly will be asking themselves how it came to this? Yes, certainly a lot of people affected. Thank you. Coming up - the lengths some people will go to to get free stuff. But would you strip naked? First though here's Kochie with some more conservative finance news. Thank you, fully clothed, Nat. Let's take a look at the Dow Jones index. Thank you, fully clothed, Nat. Let's take a look at the Dow Jones index. Up 125 points on confidence the major conservative political parties in Greece that are for staying in the euro will have enough votes to form a coalition in the middle of June when they go to the polls. Despite that rise, Facebook down another 10% to below $ down another 10% to below $29. It is Despite that rise, Facebook shares now down 24% from its issue European markets were higher as now down 24% from its issue price. well. To our region yesterday, and the All Ords up 48 and ASX 200 by 46. Billionaire businessman James Packer is backing a bid to build a new casino in Brisbane's newly revamped CBD. It comes as he also moves to oust the chairman of Sydney's Star casino and replace him with former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett. For more on that I'm joined by Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew. Eddie, what are James' plans for The Star? This is quite an audacious move, James Packer already owns a 9% share in Echo Entertainment owning Star and Jupiters on the Gold Coast James Packer already owns a 9% 9%

and also owns Crown Casino, built during the time when Jeff Kennett was Victorian premier. Now he wants to put Mr Kennett in as chairman of Echo Entertainment. It is far from a done deal, James Packer is allowed to call an to call an extraordinary general meeting with share holders and the group has to vote on that within 21 days on that proposal and hold that meeting within two month. It may not happen just yet but it is part of a wider plan to expand a casino in Sydney and also one in Brisbane. A very interesting day of power play. The plan for the other casino is at Barrangaroo, just across the way from Australia pfs's ugliest apartment block. A very controversial site. Travis Cloke's contract talks with Collingwood have stalled over the power forward's insistence on a 5-year deal. There are now five clubs in the race to sign the star Magpie Nathan Buckley says blaming the contract saga for Cloke's disappointing recent form is simply a cop out. Sidebottom showed well and Dayne Beams are in the process of working out their next contracts, and playing well, so... At West Coast, Darren Glass and Matt Rosa have signed new deals. State of Origin players have reportedly discussed the prospect of strike action if their demand for a substantial wage increase isn't met by the ARL Commission. The players want a bigger slice of the $30 million a year that's generated by Rugby League's showpeice event. At present, players receive around 6% of that revenue which equates to $20,000 a game. Aussie teenager Ashleigh Barty has endured a baptism of fire in her French Open debut, going down 6-1, 6-2 to world number four Petra Kvitova. Despite the lopsided scoreline, Barty says she learned plenty from the experience. Serena Williams staved off seven match points against Virginie Razzano but couldn't avoid the first opening round exit of her career. World number two Maria Sharapova kickstarted her campaign with a devastating 6-0, 6-0 victory. Aussie rower Pippa Savage has been dumped from the London Olympic squad after a major falling out with team-mates. Meanwhile, Matthew Mitcham will spearhead a team of 10 divers in London. The reigning Olympic champion's approaching peak form having scored 10s in half of his dives at the national titles. Teenager Melissa Wu and veteran Loudy Wiggins are also in the squad. Look, a bit of controversy for the rowing team. They are currently in Europe. The women's quadscull have had some sort of falling out and dpn Pippa Owens had to be taken out. For the harmony of the crew and the team. They have someone to plonk in? They'll step someone in. Gee, Melissa Wu has grown up. Yes, she is 20 now. Wow! You realise how young she was before. Here is Grant. We are at Werribee, just inside getting away from some of the drizzle but couning down to one of the great prestigious events in Victoria, the coveted 3-day international event is on, celebrating our gold medal success as it becomes the gateway for in2012 Olympic Games. I don't know why I sound like Richard Attenborough. A bit of Irish in there too some Yes, I don't know why I do it. My accent is off. Do horses smell fear? Only a certain kind. The kind that fill your pants? Yes. That is high. Some skill. When you see dressage, it is the ballet of the horse game, but the jumping is just for the brave. It has got speed about it. This is where the 55-year-old tradition that is the Melbourne international three-day event will hold a fantastic place in Victoria's's heart in the coming weeks but let's look at the forecast this morning. 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. Yeah! Amanda, this is a 55-year tradition this event. Held at the beautiful Mansion here in Werribee. The last qualifier for Australian Olympians in equestrian, a big one some Absolutely. This is going to be a hotly contested event before Olympic Games and Australia has a a hotly contested event before the great tradition in gold medals, it will be a fantastic event. If you are going to come to Melbourne, this is the year to do it. This is a lot higher. How do you get over it? I don't, he does. If I had to I would have a lot of trouble. It is lot of training and trust and bon. What could go wrong? A number of things, hitting the dust is fairly common. But you will be fine. You could have a rail down costing penalties or a miss, and go like a star fish with no reins and no stir ups but you will be fine. What is fine about that? What could go wrong? Everything, apparently. You have done scarier things. Gold Coast family has been left homeless after an overnight fire destroyed their Highland Park home. Seven News reporter Carly Waters joins us. It certainly was. Paul Kelly, his wife and two children were at home watching TV last night when they heard a loud explosion and flames erupted from their home. managed to get outside safely but there was nothing they can do to erupted from their home. They

save their property. It destroyed in matter of minutes. The save their property. It was family of four moved out here eight years ago from the United Kingdom for a change of lifestyle but now they are left homeless. Here is what a neighbour at the scene had to say. I didn't see much, a massive bang

shook the whole house and next minute it was well alight. People ran out, gave them a hands on the street, they seemed OK. Do we know yet what started the fire? The police and fire investigators will return to the scene this morning to try to work out what caused the but at this early stage it looks like it started in the garage. Mel. try to work out what caused the fire

The main thing is no-one was hurt. Thanks for the update. And, still in Queensland, toxicology tests into the murder of Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay have been completed but police are yet to announce what killed the mother of three. It's the last piece of the puzzle from the post-mortem examination but officers won't release the findings. They're still appealing for public help with their investigation. Mrs Baden-Clay's body was discovered in April on the banks of Kholo Creek. She was reported missing by her husband after she failed to return from a walk. Officials have revised the death toll from the strong earthquake in northern Italy, down to 16. Hundreds of others have been injured. It's struck the same area hit by a tremor just over a week ago. Amid further aftershocks, the search is continuing for survivors trapped in the rubble. Damon Green reports. The residents of this town may have thought the danger had passed. It isn't. Even as emergency workers attend the aftermath of the previous tremor a building collapses before its eyes and where it stood, just a cloud of dust. Refugees in their tents felt the latest shock. Here, no-one was hurt but others weren't so lucky. (CRIES) In all, 15 people are known to have died in today's destruction. Here workers who escaped knew they were the lucky ones. The damage is severe, the epicentre north of Bologne means homes, churches and businesses have been reduced to rubble. The most powerful here since the 14th century. This man described how the damage to his town was greater this time. Many citizens have simply abandoned their homes. Politicians are pledging state aid. Rescue workers are trying to establish if anyone is missing or trapped. Only the early hour of the morning meant more workers weren't here when this building caved in. Damon Green reporting there. Petrol prices across the country have hit their lowest levels in months, with prices plummeting by up to 22 cents a litre. We did a survey - Sydney had the lowest prices in the country with some stations offering $1.30 a litre. In Melbourne it was a little more expensive at $1.347 Experts are warning though if you're on track to fill up, CommSec economist Savanth Sebastian joins us now with more. Morning again, Savanth. Just how much time do we have before prices rise again? We talked about this a bit yesterday, just how much time do we have before prices start to rise again some Not much time at all. I looked at some of the data and we have seen prices rise across some of the petrol stations across the country this morning. The highest price is $ price is $1. price is $1.60 a litre in Sydney. Prices of $ Prices of $1. Prices of $1.55 to $ Prices of $1.55 to $1. Prices of $1.55 to $1.58 in Melbourne and prize. Prices are starting to rise. Not all stations are gone down the path of raising prices today but it will start to rise. It is best to fill up early this morning. Is it because of the cycle? The bottom of the cycle was yesterday and this morning. It will start to rise. Will it come down to these levels or below in another week? Ten days? We have seen the cycle shift from seven days to about 11 days now. Almost a fortnightly cycle. In about 11 days time we will again see prices hit their low point. At that point, we should see prices 3 to 4 scents cheaper so close to $ close to $1. close to $1.25, $ close to $1.25, $1. close to $1.25, $1.26 a litre in a fortnight. What is causing this some The concerns on the global front as you mentioned. The as you mentioned, the European debt the European debt concerns and concerns to global growth. When you have got the concerns the shift away from commodities like oil and the price comes off globally. It have got the concerns the investors

takes time to come off domestically. And prices are deflected by the in the US the oil prices have hit the highest inventories in 20 years. And prices are deflected by the fact

We are part of a global cycle. Thank you. Another first overnight for the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate attended her first Buckingham Palace garden party. For more we're joined by UK correspondent Martin Frizell. How did she handle the party? Morning, Mel. She looked pretty in pink. She looked gorgeous, Mel. Some controversy because this is the second time in 11 days she wore the beautiful pink coat dress. Not sur surprising she is known as the queen of the high street. She paid $2,000 so he is getting her money's worth and it silenced all criticism. She admitted to being nervous with this. She saw a sea She saw a sea people and thought how will I geten. She did fantastically well. They ate cucumber sandwichs and spoke to everyone. Prince William wasn't there. He was on helicopter duty in Wales. Gee, they are funny, the coat is gorgeous. The boys have been speaking about their mother, Diana? Yes, an interview with Katie Couric of NBC. She was allowed unprecedented access. William said he felt the absence of his mother and very sad she wasn't there on his wedding day. Harry said his mother would have loved Kate. Here is what William was saying. It is the one time, since she has died, where I have thought to myself would be fantastic if she were here and just how sad, more than where I have thought to myself it

anything, for her, not be able to see it because she see it because she have loved the day and hopefully she would be very proud of us both for the day and just very sad she is not going to get a chance to meet Kate get a chance to meet Kate Harry felt the same, he said his mother was there in spirit and up there with the best seat in the house. You forget they were little boys. And final preparations are under way for the Queen's diamond jubilee celebrations this weekend? London is awash in Union Jacks. It is amazing seeing the city. It is just coming up to 10:30 at night. At 2:00, there will be hundreds of men on horses, doing it for two or three nights running to make sure it dpos to plan. The state Landou carriage, the one for the carination of -- coronation of the king, the last time you saw that was for the royal wedding for William and Kate. All the rehearsals, being polished until Friday night. But for any tourist whose want a cheap seat, -- tourists who want a cheap seat, this is the place to come in the dark. If you could put a blanket out for me I would appreciate it. I will see you on the weekend. Thank you. Sam leaves today, I head off on Friday. Nobody does pomp and pageantry like the Brits. You lucky ducks. It will be terrific. It seems some people will do just about anything for a freebie. In Cairns, a pair of Swedish backpackers are attracting a lot of attention after baring all to save a few dollars. The girls stripped down for van-hire company Wicked Campers. It's offering tourists one day's free hire, worth about $40, if they show up naked. Of course, all the attention on the Swedish backpackers but others are doing it too. John Laughton is the manager of Wicked Campers, Cairns. John, good morning. You'd have to be pretty gusty showing up in the nude. Were these girls crazy? How many have done it? A lot of people over the years wandered in nude just to get the free day. I think it is a bit of a rite of passage for some of the backpackers and puts some fun into their trip, something to talk about when they get home to the friends. You don't mind stirring things up, the Wicked Camper Vans have been in for criticism, PR as well but I it is building your brand and getting people talking about jow? criticism, PR as well but I suppose

Well, that is right. Life is boring. There is a lot of negativity in the news and terrible things happening around the world, so bringing a bit of happiness as you guys are doing for the world, a nice thing to do for Cairns. Your staff aren't shocked at some of the people who turned? No, you can't be too prudey. At the end of the day, it is a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun. Everybody likes a pretty person. Not so by the look of the photos. It can happen. We are equal opportunities. likes a pretty person. Not so pretty

It is OK. Thank you. Thank you, have a good day. Wicked is an amazing success story, whether you agree with some of the slogans on the vans or not. It is a business built from the ground up with no advertising what so frb, it works. It does work. We've been talking about soft love is harming our kids. New research from Melbourne's RMIT university claims lavishing children with praise and constantly pumping up their self-esteem is breeding a generation of bullies. The researchers warn parents and teachers have spent too much time telling kids everything they do is wonderful and giving them trophies for coming seventh. And they say the best place to start for a dose of reality would be school reports. Do you agree? Old fashioned parenting. Breed aggeneration of bullies would be interesting. I also thought that it breeds a generation of kids when they grow up and get the real world they can't handle it. Did we pay too much for that research? much for that research?. We have been hearing that from the Koch Institute for years. Yes, exactly right, for free! Stay watching. We're just minutes away from dialling our Cash Call winner. If it's you, there's $20,000 on the line. And get ready for an S Club party. The pop sensations are live with their number one hit. # Don't stop moving # Can you feel the music # DJ's got us going around # Don't stop moving # Hey, Australia. We get that you're all different. We get how you use or don't use your car. We get where you live. We get you. VOICEOVER: We believe in the young, the experimental, the innovative, the ones that believe anything is possible, with the impatience to achieve, the creativity to challenge and courage to try. And while some may question their ability to take on something as serious as cancer, we know they're exactly what the fight requires. Cure Cancer Australia - the cure starts here. The Sunrise Cash Call has jackpotted. So let's call this morning's $20,000 winner. I'm excited! That's huge! Come on, don't laugh at me. Sorry, else is sedate. Hello, Gerry speaking. Geri Fleming? It is Mel don't laugh at me. Sorry, everyone

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Australia and seven other Western countries threw out their Syrian diplomats yesterday in a coordinated move to put pressure on the Syrian Government. It comes as former United Nations boss Kofi Annan met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad last night. Mr Annan has demanded Syria implement a ceasefire immediately. The mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says A family of four has had a lucky escape after their Gold Coast home was engulfed by flames last night. The family's two daughters reported hearing an explosion believed to have come from the garage. They yelled to their parents to escape. Fire crews could do little to stop the blaze from destroying the house. Authorities are continuing their investigations this morning. The mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says she has grave fears for her son's safety if he loses his fight against extradition to Sweden. Later today, the British High Court will rule if Assange will be sent there to face accusations of sex crimes. If that happens his mother fears his rights will be trampled. He's put into indefinite detention, incommunicado, solitary confinement before he's even questioned or charged. If he loses, Assange could appeal to the European Court of Human Rights. There's relief this morning for some of the thousands of workers left jobless by the Hastie Group collapse. The Queensland Plumbers Union says building and plumbing companies will pick up the contracts of more than 200 of its members. In Sydney, some employees have been told they can go back to work this morning. It comes as investors prepare to launch legal action against key players tied to Hastie's downfall. Drivers have been enjoying the lowest petrol prices in months, falling by up to 22 cents a litre around the country. But the experts are warning prices are on the way up today. The highest price we've seen is $1.60 a litre and that was in Sydney, we've seen prices of $1.55 to $1.58 in Melbourne and Brisbane. The once-weekly cycle is now an 11-day one And, a rare pink diamond has sold for a record $17.6 million at auction in Hong Kong. The brilliant round-cut sparkler weighs just over 12 carats and is prized for the rare intensity of its colour. Queen Elizabeth owns the only other comparable pink diamond. I wonder where it came from? Because we're famous for coloured diamonds. Argyle, I know. The pink and yellow. Can you do some research? Yes. Argyle, I know. The pink and yellow. Can you do some research? Yes. Facebook shares down another 10% Facebook shares down another 10%, now 24% below the issue price. Beretts, would you believe, Toyota's Prius, the hybrid car is now the world's highest selling car, no longer a niche. Fancy that Geelong coach Chris Scott admits the reigning premiers are no certainties to feature in the finals. The Cats host Greater Western Sydney this weekend but Tom Hawkins won't be playing after undergoing minor knee surgery. Scott insists his side is not looking beyond the AFL rookies. We think we'll be playing our best footy by the end of the year but that's not to say we're a guarantee to get there. We got to make sure we keep improving, short-term as well. Out-of-contract Port Adelaide midfielder Travis Boak has been linked to Geelong. Regular Raiders full-back Josh Dugan says he's looking forward to trying his hand at five-eighth in this weekend's encounter with Wests Tigers. Dugan returns to the side after serving a suspension for breaching the club's alcohol policy. Meanwhile, Penrith has asked the ARL Commission for special salary cap concessions to ensure the club is able to combat the AFL's push into Western Sydney. Adelaide United has reached the quarterfinals of the Asian Champions League with a 1-0 win over Nagoya Grampus at Hindmarsh Stadium last night. Keeper Eugene Galekovic ensured the win with a string of brilliant saves, much to the delight of his coach. I don't know what you replace this with, the feeling's (BLEEP) unbelievable. I nearly said a bad word then. The Reds will find out their quarterfinal opponents next month. John is delighted, is what he's saying there. Weather time now. Australia has a proud history of equestrian at the Olympic Games. One man who could enjoy that is our Grant, who is stepping up for a bit of a jump this morning As you know, the Australian like team is taking shape. Only a few spots left. Equestrian is one of those sports. Ahead of the Melbourne international event in Melbourne in two weekends's time, the time, the Queen's birthday long weekend, there is drizzle outside, we are inside. I am possibly regretting this, I do have a philosophy of hey, life is short to be enjoyed and I thought that is the high but that is the lowest of philosophy of hey, life is short and

the training heights for people learning to jump I thought are you serious? Come and look at the height they jump at in competition. Look at that! Incredible. 6' 4''. Gee, that's got to be three metres? I'm 7' 3''. Righto, righto, I'm still going to give it a go. 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 also directing showery south-easterly winds onto the Queensland and New South Wales coasts. Easterly winds on the west coast of WA are gaining some warmth. The moment we've all been waiting for. Right, I'm ready, come on, Howie, let's do this. Faster, Howie, faster my friend, go, Howie! Yes! faster my friend, go, Howie! Yes!, yes! Gold for Australia. That's cute. I'm so proud. I'm so proud! What a great achievement. On you, Howie. Always a way around it, my friends, always a way around it. That was good. See you in halfa. That was good. See you in halfa.I in 15 seconds there goes our proud equestrian tradition. Shortly, positions going unfilled in WA so, are unemployed Aussies on the east coast job snobs? But next, a blast from the past. S Club are live and exclusive with their biggest hit. # Don't stop moving # Can you feel the music # Jetstar MasterCard, if you love travel you'll love this card, for more details and to apply, visit jetstar.com. # Don't stop, never give up # Hold your head high and reach the top # Let the world see what you have got # Bring it all back to you. # There ain't no party like an S Club party. It's been more than a decade since the UK group became one of the biggest pop phenomena in the world. In just four years they had a string of number-one singles around the world. Now S Club is back and in Australia for a national tour. This morning they're live and exclusive on Sunrise. Performing their highest-selling hit in Australia, this is S Club with 'Don't Stop Movin'.

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