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(generated from captions) live in London. Hello. I'm Melissa Doyle, This morning - the middle of Jubilee celebrations. Prince Philip rushed to hospital in # Let me entertain you. # in honour of the Queen The stars rally for the concert of a lifetime. the festivities - Rolf Harris. Plus, the famous faces behind And, Andrew Lloyd Webber. I think I think that's I think that's quite haunting. Also today - And I'm David Koch. The Canberra trolley collector a people trafficking kingpin. accused of being The RBA set to slash interest rates. How much you could save. selling us to the world. And, the upmarket tourism campaign will this ad finally work? Question is - # Reach up for the Sunrise. # of Sunrise This is a special Jubilee edition and Kochie at Brekky Central. with Mel in London Hello, and welcome to the show. here in London There might be a chill in the air at Buckingham Palace. but things are certainly heating up is currently underway, The Jubilee concert of the Royal family - Prince Philip. minus an important member has been ruled out The Duke of Edinburgh any Jubilee celebrations of the rest of due to a bladder infection. He was well enough when he came off that barge yesterday after the flotilla, after the pageant down the river but he was taken to hospital late this afternoon. So he became unwell during the day. He is in hospital for observation. The Queen has just areceived at the concert. has just areceived at the it is 9:00. The concert started at has just areceived at the concert.O 7:30, it is halfway through but this is the time she was scheduled to arrive. She has been at Buckingham Palace, we thought she might have been at the hospital with her buby but she is keeping an eye on the concert. We will let you know more about his condition but in the meantime, back to Brekky Central. Standing in the rain for hours, couldn't have helped. Yes, poor bloke. on wild weather across two states. We're also keeping an eye It's hit Victoria overnight and even trees toppled with torrential rain at the border with New South Wales. that state today. The big storm is set to hit A busy day. Across markets and news. Let's begin with the latest news. Good morning, Sarah Cumming. has been overshadowed The Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert of Prince Philip by concern for the health with a bladder infection. who has been taken to hospital hours before the show kicked off. Prince Philip was hospitalised just under observation for a few days. The 90-year-old will be kept in front of thousands of people, The concert still went ahead the show. Robbie Williams kicking off # Let me entertain you # I can't hear you! # Let me entertain you. # have also performed. Cheryl Cole and Sir Cliff Richard Economists say could cut interest rates the Reserve Bank when it meets today, as much as a full 0.5% to shock the Australian economy. to stimulate spending Experts say drastic action is needed value of the share market yesterday after $24 billion was wiped off the thanks to weakening global markets. Every time we see volatility on the international share market on the Australian share markets to your superannuation fund. it flows straight through at 2:30 this afternoon. The RBA will announce its decision is allegedly living in Australia A people-smuggling kingpin as a genuine asylum seeker. after posing the ABC reports In damaging claims is working the man known as 'Captain Emad' in Canberra. as a shopping trolley collector have also allegedly He and his fellow agents their illegal trade continued to operate out of Sydney and Melbourne. It's claimed and his family here. the man smuggled himself, colleagues to brace for some wild weather. Victorians are being told Barwon River have been warned Residents near the Upper flooding expected to hit the area. to prepare to evacuate with major the river near Geelong to overflow. Torrential rain has caused parts of has also been issued for Traralgon, A major flood warning in the state's east, fell yesterday. after more than 130mm of rain support from the Australian public The Federal Coalition has gained in its fight against carbon pricing. a new Lowy Institute poll According to are against the introduction 63% of people of a fixed price on carbon emissions trading scheme. leading to an the Coalition 57% said they supported to scrap carbon pricing. in its plans The poll also revealed temporary skilled migration the majority of Australians support to help fill labour shortages. Coming up - Australia on show. selling us to the world. The latest campaign But, does it hit the mark? First, here's Kochie. Thank you very much, Sarah. Let's take a look at Wall Street. Actually, a welcome return to a subdued trading, actually. subdued trading, actually. The Dow Actually, a welcome return to a has closed down 17 points. A lot of investors saying the market has been slaughtered, maybe there are some bargains around. European market were well down though. To our region yesterday, we expected it to be awful. It was. Would you believe since May second, the Australian share market has fallen 10% share market has fallen 10%. The average $52,000 superannuation fund, average $

a balance fund has lost about $

a balance fund has lost about $1750 in that. Later I will tell you about Australia's equivalent against Apple going against the trend. You will be surprised. In the fear and loathing, a flight to safety, which is gold. It is up about $ It is up about $1.

trading at, on my Bloomberg 96. trading at, on my Bloomberg 96.5. The Aussie dollar is currently The latest data showed tourist arrivals have all fallen. profits, job ads and is at 2.5 year lows. Annual inflation Craig James is at CommSec. Morning. Tell us more about today's rate cut? Polish the crystal ball. There is some argument, isn't there, about whether they could keep their powder dry. There certainly that is argument. For is a number of Reserve Bank Board members who get argument. For is a number of former together and decide what they would do if they were back at the board and they say they would interest rates unchanged. But I don't know if they are out in the and they say they would keep

community talking to the housing market, some people say the housing market is in recession and retailers are under significant pressure. There is a strong case for Reserve Bank to cut rates by at least a quarter of a per cent. A dot There is a strong case for the

lot of division, we have got another 6 saying 50 basis points but four saying no action. The Reserve Bank should sit on their hands. An interesting one for the Reserve Bank today but I think there is a strong case to cut interest rates. OK, Craig, we will keep our fingers crossed. We will knring you interest rate -- bring you the decision live at 2:30 eastern today. crossed. We will knring you the

The Hayne Plane is back in business and so are NRL cellar dwellers the Eels after an epic come-from-behind victory over the Sharks at Parramatta Stadium last night. Trailing 20-6 at the break, the home side piled on 23 unanswered points to snatch the win, including a double to Jarryd Hayne. COMMENTATOR: The Eels, they are electric. Clear the runway, the 'Hayne Plane' is back tonight. Hayne will join his team-mates in Origin camp today along with Blues skipper Paul Gallen and Todd Carney. Hawthorn will decide today whether to challenge the 2-match ban offered on Jordan Lewis. The bump could sideline Lewis for a month given the Hawks have a bye coming up. Richmond's Jake King has been offered a week for tripping while Essendon's Lewis Jetta avoided another reprimand for diving. And the Crows have locked up another young gun with Rory Sloane signing a 3-year extension. Tour de France champion Cadel Evans has fired an early warning shot to his rivals, winning stage one of the Dauphine Libere overnight. The 35-year-old proved too strong in the sprint to the line. The work I've been doing is good but we've still got a lot of work to do and some improvements to do before we get to the Tour. Cadel was given a toy cow for his efforts and is now second in the overall standings. Aussies going well, Luke Derbige yesterday and Cadel today. As you have seen in the news, lots of strong winds and heavy rainfall for Victoria. A lot of that is going to slide towards the eastern parts of Victoria today. Talking 20 to 30 mLs to extend right up the coast, through New South Wales, pushing up to Queensland. So for South Wales, a lot of the heavy stuff in Victoria overnight, the to Queensland. So for coastal New

strong winds will persist and continue to move up towards the Queensland coast. So the south coast of New South Wales Sydney region strong winds, as high as 100km/h in some blases and it will persist as it moves towards Queensland. Lighter stuff in Victoria, rain in South Australia and the rain fall will increase as it slides up and the strong, intense upper low starts to move towards the Queensland coast. But let's look at the forecast for the first time this morning. Warm up with 30% off your second light. Sale now on, in store and online. The Victoria Police air wing is where we are today. So in the events of emergencies like we have seen overnight, funnily enough with the Upper Barwon flooding and flooding in eastern Victoria, these guys do jump in many an emergency. We will take a good look at them today, four choppers, climb around them and see what they get up to. They have got amazing toys. They can hover 700 feet over your car and spot and read your numberplate with some of the gear they have got on board. So it makes them life. makes them lifesavers and enforcers. Cue the chopper above our head but I don't think it is reading anybody's numberplate. Tim and Debbie are here, Aussies, have timed their visit so they can tell everyone back home. When we come back - more on our breaking news this morning. The Duke of Edinburgh rushed to hosptial in the middle of Jubilee celebrations. We'll get a live update on his condition next as the stars party at Buckingham Palace. # In the sun light # Make this dream # Everything? Everything. Everything?

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the rest of the jubilee. He is in a bit of a state. The reality, he had a bad scare at Christmas with the heart attack, the heart problem. And they are taking no chances. He will take no more part in the jubilee which is worrying for the Queen. It must be disappointing but the man is 91 next Sunday. I think the pop concert he could give a miss, and some are unTweeting -- Tweeting unfairly he has done it on purpose. He wanted to be on the pageant, the seas he is a naval officer at heart. The Queen missed the first a half of the pop concert but it was meant to be. She just arrived, 15 The Queen missed the first hour and

minutes ago, 9:00 London time. Would she have been at the hospital? No, even when the Duke had his heart attack at Christmas she didn't go. That's rough. No, he wants to just get on with it. He would be up it is the case but the reality is he is always there for the Queen. get on with it. He would be up set

Speaking of the concert, you have just come from there. You sacrificed your seat for us, got your ticket and everything. It is Australia, it doesn't get bigger than this. That is so cool. That is the ticket, which I got the invite, this is the official program, the picture of Her Majesty and a thank you for everyone from Australia performing. A great concert but the reality is the Queen wanted Robbie Williams and cleared away quite quickly. Robbie Williams kicked it off, he was sensational. Then other artists, will I amrr and Jesse cay. Jesse cay.Ern Tonight's going to be a good night # That tonight's going to be a good night # That tonight's going to be a good night. Quite a mixed bag of entertainment, younger artists for the younger generation and Cliff Richard. Something for the younger generation and then Sir everyone. I have heard Paul McCartney will close the concert. Last time, ten years ago I was there when he sang 'Hey Jude'. This time I heard he will sing 'Oh Bla De Oh Blada' We could hear him singing yesterday, fantastic. The of the beacon will happen. That will yesterday, fantastic. The lighting be stunning. Thanks for giving up your seat. That's dedication. Exactly. Maybe he can go back later and get there if the end. Catch the finish. Later, the wild weather lashing two states today. We'll count the cost in Victoria as New South Wales braces. Plus, will there be an interest-rate cut today? And after the break, smuggler scandal. The Canberra trolley collector accused of being a people-trafficking kingpin. So, yeah, I've been looking at getting an online savings account, but there's just so many. They're pretty much all the same, though, eh? Well, not really, mate. See, the new RAMS Saver account has one of the highest rates out there. 5.75%. And you can sign up easily online. Small effort, big gain. (CLICKS TONGUE) Yeah. Right. Toby... ..let's ride. The new high-interest RAMS Saver account. Jump online at: RAMS - simply better. PAUL HARRAGON: We all know NIB has great value health cover for young people. So I'm here in Young, with a young bloke - Steve Young from Young. You've just turned 31. Yeah, mate. 31 years young. Well, you'll be wanting NIB hospital cover before July 1 to avoid paying the government's Lifetime Health Cover loading. So, if you're a young Australian or an Australian from Young,

join NIB before July 1 - it's worth it. Take it away, John Paul Young! Wind and rain increasing and 17 degrees. To say the least. Making news this morning - alleged people smugglers have reportedly set up operations here after posing as refugees to come to Australia. One is known as 'Captain Emad' and is described as a the head of the smugglers. He's working as a shopping trolley collector to allegedly hide his operations. Captain Emad and his family live in tax-payer funded public housing in Canberra. This was revealed in an ABC investigation last night. How did this happen? So, do there need to be tougher checks on asylum seekers? Tell us what you think. It's an amazing story. How he got here and jumped on the boat and took over another boat. An amazing story. How did it happen. The fact it did, maybe there does need to be tougher checks on asylum seekers. Yes, a few questions on that one. Also making headlines - bank customers are being urged to protest if their lender doesn't pass on any cut in official interest rates The Reserve Bank is this afternoon expected to announce a cut of at least 25 points. 25 basis points? You don't like that? No, a quarter per cent. Would Jules know 25 basis points? No, a quarter% Jules know 25 basis points? No, a quarter per cent. She knows a lot, Jules. Experts like him are tipping the big four won't pass it on. They will pass some on? They will pass most of it on, I think. The world is on a knife-edge, it is on a cliff. It depends on what happens on Greek 17 with the elections. We are talking the truth, not talking it down, like some people accuse us. It is quite serious. We can't live 'Alice In Wonderland' and make up good news. It is like I tell my kids is quite serious. We can't live in

every day. Like Prince Philip, get on with it. We've seen Paul Hogan and Lara Bingle sell Australia as a tourist destination. But tourism bosses are taking an upmarket approach to try to lure foreign visitors, particularly from China. # Fell it in your veins # -- feel it in your veins # Breathe it in # Your # It's like love # # Your arms

and will it attracts visitors? Beautiful, isn't it? Buy our minerals and come and stay in our hotels and eat our food. Just come, we need everybody. How many Chinese vis tded last year? 504,000, up 25% vis tded last year? 504,000, up 25%, spent an average $ spent an average $7,000 each, while the Europeans and Americans are staying home, the Chinese are coming here. That's a lot of yum cha. News is next. Plus, the Cash Call is back. You could nab $10,000 just by answering the phone and giving us the winning code word. Then, more on our breaking news from London. The Queen's husband, Prince Philip rushed to hospital an update on his condition when we come back. VOICEOVER: Kleenex Silk Touch tissues are Australia's softest. No wonder people like to share them with the ones they love. To send a Kleenex Silk Touch sample pack for free today go to the Kleenex Facebook page... ..and start your own chain of softness. Here's Sarah with the 6:30 news. Thousands of people are singing and dancing in front of Buckingham Palace at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert but there's one very famous face missing - the Duke of Edinburgh, taken to hospital just hours before the Jubilee concert kicked off. As they say, the show must go on. (FANFARE PLAYS) Just hours before the big Diamond Jubilee Concert, Prince Philip was taken to hospital suffering a bladder infection. He's expected to remain there for several days and is said to be understandably disappointed to be missing the event. As family took up the best seats in the house, Robbie Williams brought it down. # Hell is gone and heaven's here # There's nothing left for you to fear # Shake your ass, come over here # Now scream. # All the stars, all the music # Quarter to 1 # The newcomers and the legends for one very impressive garden party. # We love # She's stood # There laughing

# # Hey, tonight's the night # Let's live it up # Kylie Minogue and Elton John are all part of today's line-up. In scenes reminiscent to those of the royal wedding, the pathway to Buckingham Palace was filled with red, white and blue. From early in the morning, locals and foreigners took up prime positions. From California? Yes. And it's fantastic atmosphere and everyone looks fabulous. Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were early too and happily chatted to locals about the somewhat surprising weather. Nice sunny day for it. The open-air concert has been years in the planning. Held at a specially built stadium outside the Palace and right on the Queen's doorstep. A street filled with stars. # I feel an explosion when I hold you tight # I got a powerhouse reception waiting for you. # The pressure is again on the big four banks to pass on any interest rate cut today. Some economists say a full 0.5% cut is likely off the back of weakening global markets. Experts say drastic action is needed to stimulate the economy. Our forecast of 2.75% as recently as last week looked to be bold, it's now looking to be quite passe. The Reserve Bank is due to hand down its decision at 2:30 this afternoon. It's been revealed a people-smuggling kingpin is allegedly operating right under the government's nose in Canberra. The ABC reports the man known as 'Captain Emad' smuggled himself and his family into Australia by posing as genuine asylum seekers. The Federal Opposition has laid the blame on Labor's immigration policy. When those dominoes start falling, then this is where it ends. As they have been for many years under this government, then this is where it ends. The report claims the man was one of six who arrived by boat in 2010. It seems the majority of Australians are still against government plans to price carbon. The Lowy Institute poll reveals 63% of people oppose the introduction of a fixed price on carbon leading to an emissions trading scheme. While 57% are in favour of the Coalition's plans to scrap carbon pricing altogether. Finance news

just 17 points, despite three Finance news now the Dow is down Portuguese banks reportedly asking for a bailout. To our market yesterday, it was pretty ugly. $ yesterday, it was pretty ugly. $26 billion wiped off the Australian share market yesterday. Accept for one stock that continued to go up! They are calling it Australia's new Apple! I'll tell you what it is at 7:00. To the commodities and gold and oil are both up a tad. The Aussie dollar got down to 96. The Aussie dollar got down to 96.25 yesterday. Blues enforcer Greg Bird has promised to maintain the rage Queensland will name an unchanged squad today but there's doubt surrounding the availability of Matt Scott who's dealing with a family illness. Blues forward Anthony Watmough hopes that cortisone injections will hasten his recovery from a pinched nerve in his back. They just strap you down and stretch you out and inject the two vertebrae that were bulging up. 100% now? Hope so. Jarryd Hayne will join the Blues camp today fresh from guiding the Eels to victory over the Sharks last night, 29-20. Collingwood is hopeful star midfielder Scott Pendlebury will muss just one match after scans revealed a small break to his leg. Pendlebury also sustained a minor knee injury in the collision with Josh Caddy during Sunday's win over the Suns. The good news for the Pies for this weekend's encounter with the Demons. The reigning Brownlow Medallist has recovered from a hamstring strain. Reigning Olympic champion Emma Snowsill is shattered by her shock axing from Australia's Olympic triathlon team and plans to appeal the decision. Snowsill's spot on the side has been taken by Emma Jackson who's off to London along with Erin Densham and Emma Moffatt. Let's check the footy tips. The girls and boys both tipped five winners in the AFL. See, you fools! I

Port Adelaide, last Friday. Did anybody listen? No: the boys did See, you fools! I told you about

correctly tip the Bulldogs over the Rabbitohs on Saturday. So the boys have closed the gap marginally, not by much. How annoyed is Beretts by this? by much. How annoyed is Beretts by this? this? I don't think Mel and I take it as seriously. He has had to take by much. How annoyed is Beretts by

two days offer tatake up. Hard to catch up. It is the girls against the boy, I never have a say. Now we are losing it is 'Boys'. He is back tomorrow and you can take it up with him. Here is GD with my friends am Yes, we are playing with lots of toys looking at the forward-looking camera. This unit has changed the game for policing. That is the camera that spots you from miles away, so if you are an offender leaving a scene, it might be an armed robbery situation, it allows them to police the state so much more efficiently. What used to be a swarm mentality, the call came out, an event or incident, they would send cars and try to circle the area and find the offender. That thing there finds them and pin points them and sends a car straight to the correct area. But it is the way it jumps in an emergency situation makes it effective. Say you are locked in or lost in the bush. Try jumps in an emergency situation that

the intrared? I'll jump over here and give an idea. If you are lost in the bush, basically the glow of mobile phone alone has allowed them to locate lost bushwalkers, people the bush, basically the glow of your

who are trapped in the mountains, the simple blow of a mobile phone has allowed them to save them and winch them up into the helicopter. It is an amazing device. 30-odd guys who operate four choppers from the region to ensure the state is effectively covered. They are amazing guys, work here, sleep here, they have got a simulator, which we will play with, I don't think the term is 'Play' as we look at the forecast around Australia. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's stocktake sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in store now. A low is generating heavy rain and winds in Victoria and south-eastern New South Wales. This system is also bringing rain and strong winds to parts of Tasmania and South Australia. Wind and rain increasing in Sydney. (phone rings) (phone rings). Excuse me, I think I might not have quite all the information there but we will have more weather for you in half an hour. What we are talking about is effectively heavy rain overnight in Victoria. There could be as much as 20 to 30 mills to fall in the eastern part of Victoria. There has been flooding in the Barwon river in particular, so prepared vaukzs in place for areas around -- evacuations for Geelong. Sliding up the south coast, strong winds up to 110km/h pushing up the New South Wales coast into Queensland. Rainfall will lessen up the coast. It is moving out of Victoria, so after a wild night and a bit rough and woolly this morning, some strong winds about, a a lot of the rainfall figures are sliding away to the east now. OK, thank you, Grant, let's give away some cash. # Hey, I just met you and this is crazy # But here's my number, so call me, maybe. # There's $100,000 to give away so don't miss your chance to win big. Enter now. Just ring 1902 557 707 and register or send a text to 19 777 077 with your name and address. And, remember, if we dial your number, you'll need to pick up within five rings and give us the correct code word when we ask for it. We'll reveal that just after 8:00am, thanks to Allen's lollies. It's on a mission to make 1 million Aussies smile. You can share your smile at facebook.com/allenslollies Letsler go back to London with Princess Mel. Thank you very much. When we come back - Kylie takes to the stage at the Jubilee concert here in London. # Are you ready # I'm not the same

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And plenty more acts are yet to come as this right-royal party continues. But the event has been overshadowed by some breaking news. Prince Philip has been rushed to hospital. Royal commentator Rob Jobson joins me now. Good morning to you. How is Prince Philip doing? I was actually in the concert with some royal aides there and they were saying the Duke Was in good spirits on the Thames pageant but he fell ill overnight. It is a precautionary measure, with the best hospital treatment he can get. It is bladder infection and they are not taking chances. He will take no further part in the Diamond Jubilee. The concert, he wouldn't worry but the church service he would like to be there. Yesterday, it was freezing cold. It rained all day. He was out on the boat, standing up for entire trip, four, five hours, 91 on Sunday. Tough going for anybody. He is an old sailor, nothing was going to make him miss that in his full admiral's uniform and a tough call, maybe they should have said sit down or heated blankets. The Queen arrived halfway through the concert, about 45 minutes. It was in sheduling, people assumed she was at the hospital but she wasn't? Some people saying why wasn't she there with the with the rest of the royals, it wasn't in the sheduling. She wasn't going to go to had the hospital. Fill wouldn't want fuss. He is there being treated and there is noway he would want fussing. Tell us about the lighting of the national beacon. 4,000, the first one lit in Tonga and the last one tonight by the Queen? Yes, they are going around the Commonwealth. For the Queen it is significant, the most significant thing, her legacy, the one area of her rein where it -- her reign where it is more important. 54 members and very important to her. And the song written by Andrew Lloyd Webber it was about the Commonwealth? Yes, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Garry has done a tremendous job, the song has gone storming up the charts but it is about the Commonwealth and linking it together which is what the Queen is about. What have you seen is a highlight? I love the pageant, with the rain coming down, it was a spectacle you haven't seen, it happened hapfriend 300 year -- happened for 300 years. Tonight, the concert for the junger generation -- younger generation. It is a four-day weekend here, I think 18,000 people that can see the concert, the rest will be sitting at home watching on telly. We spoke to lots of people today who said they will stay in and stay warm. An amazing spirit? Not the same spirit, ten years ago it was less. I don't think the golden jubilee captured the imagination, the sil, I was a kid then, there is a bit of war-time generation about those parties. The Queen has deserved their respect, six generations at the helm, she deserves everyone to raise their glass. Lauth us know if you hear anything more on Prince Philip. We will take you live to the concert live at Buckingham Palace shortly but first, but first here is Nat. Victoria has been hit by wild weather with a cyclonic rain over the state's southern half. A severe weather warning is in effect for parts of Gippsland and north-east Victoria. And an order has been made for some people at Traralgon to evacuate their homes. The system is moving north and is already impacting parts of the New South Wales coast. Joining me now is Tom Saunders, senior meteorologist at the Weather Channel. Good morning. What's the current situation in Victoria? Good morning, well, yesterday we had widespread heavy rain for southern and eastern parts of Victoria and eastern parts of Victoria due to a Tasman low approaching the east coast. We have seen well over 100 mL of rain across Gippsland. As a result of that there is widespread plager flooding for gipslands which will continue for a few days and plager flooding -- major flooding on the Barwon River. Peak winds gusts exceeding over 120km/h over the Alps. Coming north? Is it? We haven't seen anything in Sydney. What can New South Wales expect? The low-pressure system is going to move up the New South Wales coast so the severe weather will move up the coast. It means for Victoria, this afternoon the rain will ease and the winds will ease but for South Wales southern coast, severe winds will ease but for the New weather developing with heavy rain and gale-force winds and reaching the central coast this afternoon including Sydney with peak wind gusts expected to hit around 100km/h and then later tonight the weather will reach the Hunter part of the coastline. With the wind and rain a massive swell as well. Expecting compine said seas and -- compined see -- combined seas and swells to hit 8 metres. That coincides with spring hit 8 metres. That coincides with spring tides so record water levels at the high tide mark around 9 p.m. This evening. Yes, with the full moon it is bringing up the king tides. It moves quickly through. So Sydney should ease off by later this evening? The winds and rain for New South Wales coast will ease evening? The winds and rain for the Wednesday but the large swell will continue until Thursday. The on the beaches will exceed 10 feet and record high water levels leading continue until Thursday. The swell

to flooding of lower. to flooding of lower-lying coastal areas. Get into the drop zone early, to get your park and out early. Wear a rain a rain coat, don't take an umbrella. News is next. Then, rates set to fall. The good news for homebuyers but what does it mean for the rest of the market? Plus, Russell Brand takes aim at the stars. Charlie, you do look well and relatively sober so I've taped a bottle of Hennessy and a gram of coke under your chair. Coming up - awards show controversy. And Mel's exclusive from London. After the break, I'm going to you inside Andrew Lloyd Webber's house, he cowrote the jubilee song After the break, I'm going to take

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those festivities is over. The duke is in his 10th decade and while the hospitalisation has not bin linged to the -- been linked to the events of yesterday's pageant, stoostand in the cold and rain might have taxed the strength of a younger man. He has suffered ill health in the last few months. Over few months. Over Christmas last year he was forced to spend days hospital following surgery for a blocked coronary artery. It meant he he was forced to spend days in

missed the Christmas morning service for the first time in many years. is purely a precautionary mesher and for the first time in many years. It not serious and all events planned for this evening and tomorrow will go ahead as scheduled. But his withdrawal will cast a shadow. The news came shortly after a visit by his grand daughters, beterous - - Beatrice and Eugenie. No-one here had any idea he was ill. The celebrations will go ahead and nothing will stop that but tonight, it will be a celebration in spite of circumstances and a very important person will not be attending. And the Queen has turned up fashionably late to her star-studded Jubilee concert. Her Majesty missed the opening act from Robbie Williams but made it in time to catch our own pop Princess Kylie Minogue. # I'm spinning around # Move out of my way # I know you're feeling me # And you like it like this. # Elton John has also just performed. Residents through parts of Victoria are preparing for some wild weather with heavy rain falling across the state. For the latest I'm joined by Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells in Melbourne. Good morning, Nick. What areas are authorities concerned about? This is primarily centred around the Gippsland area, particularly Traralgon with the creek burst its banks at 2am. 90 areas had to be evacuated as the area got between 130 and 170 mL of rain in the last 24 hours. We are talking about evacuated as the area got between

over-floor flooding in some worst hit areas. Other areas affected are Rosedale and Hayfield. The not sure of the extent of damage because three major highways have Rosedale and Hayfield. The SES are

had trees and powerlines come down so movement is proving very difficult. With very wet soil they are afraid of more trees coming down today as well. There is more rain looking likely for this morning. It should clear this afternoon as the weather heads northwards. Unfortunately, towards New South Wales, the southern coast is looking at a lot mour of that. So -- a lot more of that. Hopefully within the next few hours as the sun comes up the SES should have more details about what has been done here. Thank you. The pressure is on the Reserve Bank to slash interest rates when it meets today. Experts are predicting a cut of up to 0.5% after $24 billion was wiped from the share market yesterday. The RBA will announce its decision at 2:30 this afternoon. A teenager has died and another is recovering in hospital after a boating accident at Raby Bay, south-east of Brisbane. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper joins us now for more on this story. Good morning, Michelle. How did this accident happen? Good morning, Sarah. Well, we know the two boys were on a boat ride near Stradbroke Island yesterday afternoon when they both fell overboard at around quarter to 5. Police won't comment on how or why they fell overboard only sootay their investigations are continuing and they are preparing a report for the coroner. When water police turned up on the scene, they initially thought one of the boys was already drowned but they did manage to pull both from the water. The 17-year-old from Thornlanz was taken to hospital suffering from hypothermia but he unfortunately, the 15-year-old passed away last night. They will continue interviewing witnesses today to find out what went wrong. Thank you, now, finance news. A big day on finance out what went wrong. Thank you, now, finance news. A big day on finance with the Reserve Bank decision but on Wall Street last night, despite poor factory figures and three Portuguese banks are asking for a bail-out, investors thought there was bargains so the Dow only dropped 17 pountsz. 17 pountsz.Yish - points. Yesterday, we were down 84, 79 points, $ we were down 84, 79 points, $20 billion wiped off the market but in all that carnage one stock went up, they are calling it Australia's version of Apple. Telstra! For the last year Telstra shares up 25% last year Telstra shares up 25%. version of Apple. Telstra! For the last year Telstra shares up 25%. Everyone saying commodities boom, resource stocks, BHP over the same period down almost 30% period down almost 30%. You overlay the rest of the market down 12% the rest of the market down 12%, Telstra start and an 11% growed up credit when you take in franking dividends. The Aussie dollar, after down to 96. down to 96.25, it has added a cent. The Aussie dollar, after getting That is surprising, that That is surprising, that Telstra share price. Unbelievable, very down to 96.25, it has added a cent.

good. I like the promo too, the Aussie Apple. Very good. The 'Hayne Plane' is back in business and so are NRL cellar dwellers the Eels after an epic come-from-behind victory over the Sharks at Parramatta Stadium last night. Trailing 20-6 at the break, the home side piled on 23 unanswered points to snatch the win including a double to Jarryd Hayne. COMMENTATOR: The Eels, they are electric. Clear the runway, the 'Hayne Plane' is back tonight. Hayne will join his team-mates in Origin camp today along with Blues skipper Paul Gallen and Todd Carney. Collingwood President Eddie McGuire has been savaged by his Carlton counterpart Stephen Kernahan for suggesting Mick Malthouse would be a perfect fit at the Blues. Kernahan says Brett Ratten is under increasing pressure with the Blues having lost three of their last four matches. It's believed Carlton made an approach to Malthouse last year before re-signing Ratten. Never stopped eddy before. It's lovely to stir the pot when you are winners, isn't it? The Wallabies will play their first test of the season against Scotland in Newcastle tonight. The Aussie squad contains five debutants but insist they're not taking the match lightly. David Pocock will lead the side in the absence of injured skipper James Horwill. David Pocock may be on his way to the Brumbies in the not too distant. The is big news. There is the low down from Simon. The low down on the weather not looking too good for Victoria? No, a lot of drama overnight, significant rainfall figures, nearly 200 mLs in some locations. A lot of that stuff is sliding away, a lot of good news, the strong winds and heavy rain fall aificateing parts of Victoria are moving off. In the eastern parts of Victoria, up to 50 mLs in some locations but the winds dropping. For the coast of New South Wales, we are going to see increased rain and also strong winds. About up to 110km/h in some locations on the southern parts of the New South Wales coast, and pushing up into the northern areas for the coming fwour hours or so. So lots of emergency situations. Good to see things are calming down in Victoria, which is funnily enough, we are at Victoria Police Air Wing. We thought we would come and check these guys funnily enough, we are at the

out. They do an incredible amount of work and help with the effective policing of the state. In fact, I might just have a chat to Sergeant Grenfel here, night vision, what does it allow you to do? What was that, Grant. Had helmets are e effective. What does it allow you to do? When we fly at night, we have to remain at what we call lower safe altitude. We do that because is a high risk of, basically, having altitude. We do that because there an accident where you can perhaps impact a mountain or something like that if you come below the safety altitude. That's bad. By that if you come below the lowest having the night-vision goggles, when we go into the night-vision mode, it gives us the capability of being able to see in the dark. Effectively what we can do is come below the lowest safety altitude. By being able to do that we have a lot more capability. Works well? Avoiding mountains well-. Works well? Yes, works really well. What it means it is harder to be a bad guy. Check this out for torch. If you rur to describe the strength of the lights on these things. When you watch shows like 'Cops' and see the aerial footage on the ground, if that was a candle, it would take 30 minial candles to make the strength (barks) make animal shapes, look. 30 million. So from 1,000 feet in the air that would light up the area of the MCG football ground, the grass area alone. If I hold my hand there any longer it would get a sun tan. That is how strong it is as we look at the national forecast around the country. Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's stocktake sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in store now. Well, as you can see, obviously, a lot of essential life-saving services so these things do jump in. I will show you the brand new one, yeah, good one, Geoff. I'll show you the new one over there. Hey, boss, how much are they worth? About 20 of your race cars, Grant. How many race cars? About 20, I think. Really. Frp That is before you have driven them. I was going to say, before or after I have driven them. I have driven them. There are four here and keep the Seif al-Islam, a -- to keep the state safe. A lot are ex RAF pilots. More now on Prince Philip's condition. The Duke of Edinburgh was rushed to hospital just hours before the Jubilee concert outside Buckingham Palace began. He's been diagnosed with a bladder infection. Reporter Neil Connory is outside King Edward VII Hospital, here in central London. Neil, what's the latest? He was brought here from Windsor this afternoon as a precautionary measure. We understand that he is being assessed and treated for this bladder infection. The King Edward VIIth is a hospital he has been in the past and well versed in dealing with royalty. The Buckingham Palace said he will be here for the next few days so he will not play a further part in the jubilee celebrations. The palace is saying he is understandably disappointed it is the case. We think of the scenes yesterday at the pageant when he was at the Queen's side during low temperatures and driving rain but there has been a long run up to the weekend. The jubilee tour for throughout the United Kingdom and at every stage he has been at the Queen's side, determined to show his support and do everything he be to help her in her role. The timing of this is clearly unfortunate to say the least. But everyone here Buckingham Palace clearly hoping the the least. But everyone here and Duke makes a very swift and speedy recovery. They certaindy do. -- certainly do. Good morning, Rob Jobson. Have you got word on his condition? I was in the concert with the palace aids rr and they were saying he was in great form after the pageant. It is a bladder infection. the pageant. It is a bladder infection. They are taking no chances considering he had a heart complaint in December when he had a heart attack and taken to hospital. I am slightly concerned because he is not taking part in the rest of the jubilee. Understandably that is the case but he would have loved to be at the church service no question. To take him to hospital and miss such a significant milestone for his wife, he would have to be unwell, as opposed to feeling a little crook after yesterday? The Duke Is a very stoic and strong character but he is 91. He was on the Thames for four hours in blustery and trying conditions and and he would have loved it but he is an old man and one has to bear that in mind. The doctors would have given him advice and the Queen would say take theed vice. He would have been disappointed as would he? This Christmas is the first Christmas they spent apart because he was in hospital. It hospital. It is becoming more of an occurrence but they have the best medical treatment and he is a strong person. He has always had the heart condition but this is a new development and they are obviously going to monitor it closely. A few words on the concert. You were there earlier and kindly came to join us. I was there until grace Jones. With the red holoa hoop? I saw Cheryl Cole, it was great, the comedians are fun. It is the best of British and the Commonwealth. We had Kylie and really, a tremendous tribute to the Queen and the Commonwealth. A few snippetsch Kylie dancing, Paul McCartney, Garry Barlow sang, few snippetsch Kylie dancing, Sir he put it all together? He has done a fantastic job. To get all the knights together, and the Beatles will close the show withobe ludeobe 'Oingb-Lade Obla-da'. Would the Queen be impressed? Yes, he would love the fact so much has been brought together. A great testament to how things have been done. A tremendous spectacle and broadcast and everyone is having a great time. It is going back pageant, a different type of It is going back to the Thames spectacle, the whole world will remember. Yesterday was pouring day. But today, it is cold but crystal clear skies. Suddenly there was sunshine. We had a summer. But the reality is it has been terrible weather over the jubilee celebrations which has been a dampener on the parties in the streets. It is cold but it is a great way to celebrate a Queen. You must live here, maybe a little cold but I have got three jumpers on. Run me through the order. The lighting of the beacon? The lighting of the beacon to the Queen is one of the most important things, a ring of light around the globe, not just the Queen of England but Australia, New Zealand and a ring of countries and 54 nations in the Commonwealth. She will light the Zealand and a ring of other

last beacon and a big fireworks celebration. That is in about 10 minutes, we will bring it live, gorgeous to see. Tomorrow is a significant day for ceremonial reasons? For ceremony and religious reasons. Tomorrow she will go and a church service but reality it will be quite sad for her when she goes there without the Duke of udenbera. The -- Edinburgh. He was the at side in '77 in the silver and also The -- Edinburgh. He was the at her golden jubilee but not this one. Thank you, we will find out what is happening later. Thank you. The Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert is still underway, One of the world's most sucessful composers, Andrew Lloyd Webber, has played a key part in the Diamond Jubilee concert. He co-wrote the official concert song called 'Sing'. It was recorded with hundreds of musicians from Commonwealth countries around the globe. I sat down with Andrew Lloyd Webber in an exclusive interview and got my very own personal performance. (piano music plays) # Some words # They can't be spoken # Only sung # When Gary and I started writing, one thing I said to him is that, "Gary, we need - must write something "we would be proud of anyway". Andrew Lloyd Webber is no stranger to success. The music genius is behind some of the world's most renowned productions. Including 'Phantom of the Opera'... 'Evita' .and 'Jesus Christ Superstar'. His latest project is alongside songwriter Gary Barlow. How significant was it to be asked to write the Jubilee song as far as career highlights go? Well, it's, it was a great, great honour. Kwlirex sing # Together # Make this moment last forever # The clip for 'Sing' and seeing it now in full it is stunning. I would imagine you are very proud, Andrew. Well, I'm very pleased with it. To be honest, Gary Barlow was much involved with that. For the Queen's official Jubilee song Barlow travelled the world recording 210 musicians from Commonwealth countries. It features Gareth Malone and the 'Military Wives Choir', the African Children's Choir. and also Prince Harry on tambourine. # You brought hope # You brought life # Conquer fear # All we knew was that we wanted to write something about the commonwealth and that the Queen over the 60 years Has always help would the Commonwealth and keeping it it together the way she has. The musical celebration has topped the UK album chart. We had the two pianos back to back, actually, and we had a few ideas. I had an idea for a verse and he had an idea for a chorus. Then we looked at ways that they could come together at one point. What I hope, though, despite that, is that we've written a song that will survive the Jubilee. # Hear a thousand voices shouting loud # It is truly an absolutely gorgeous piece. We were really privileged to be allowed inside Andrew Lloyd Webber's house today for that chat. Glad we could share it with you. And tune in to 7TWO from 7:00 tonight for exclusive coverage of the Queen's Royal Diamond Jubilee tattoo and horse pageant. Sir Paul McCartney has just taken to the stage here and is singing, Rob Jobson hold us he is closing with Ob-La-De, Ob-La-Da'. It will close 7:30 Australian time. We will bring more of it. An impressive crowd, and they have been treated to all that. The beacon will be lit in ten minutes. We have got an exclusive with Rolf Harris. He had a big role to play. Sam sat down with him and we will bring that interview to you too. I think next month is the anniversary of, the 50th anniversary of the Beatles first single. Appropriate. Catch you shortly. Is there likely to be good news for homeowners today? With the Reserve Bank expected to cut interest rates. Last month the RBA slashed rates by 0.5% to 3.75%. Most economists believe another cut will be made this afternoon but they are divided on how big of a cut it will be. On how big it will be. Joining me now is Mark Bouris, the executive chairman of wealth management company Yellow Brick Road. Good morning. How do you think the RBA will move? I reckon 25 base points, I would like to say 50 but it will be 25 based on the global instability. All the data indicates we shouldn't have a rate rise today. Not a rise. A reduction, sorry. But in terms of rate reductions, the stuff overseas indicates a 25 basis point cut. How much will the banks pass on? That is a good question. It depends on the global cost of money. The global cost of money is actually going up. All the instability will create a higher cost. Europe is on a cliff, teetering there, 17 18 our time, Greek elections, it could start a domino through Europe. Is it a big concern for the RBA? Is that why they keep the powder dry? They will keep the powder dry as you say, the head room until after the elections. If it free falls the month after they need as much room to move. Pretty scary out there. How concerned are you? I think there is a mismatch between dat aa and sentiment. And it is not being people panicky. 60% of businesses know it is tough. They are not spending money and seeing the revenue come revenue spending money and seeing the revenue through the till, I think there is a fundamental problem. Advice for home loan owners, lock in? Advice for home loan owners, lock in?? Not, there is more cuts to come, stay variable. Thank you, back to London with Mel. Thank you very much, Kochie. The concert is about to wrap up. We will bring you everything shortly. We are coming to you live this morning from London # There is chance that they will see # There will be an answer # Let it be # I joined Medibank because they've got cover for more of the stuff I might need. Like a basic level of hospital cover. And extras like dental, natural therapies and... (SINGS) # Physio! # And less of the things I probably won't use, like hip replacements and hearing aids. Because I don't wanna pay for stuff I don't need. (SLURPS) (DOOF MUSIC PLAYS FROM CAR) (YELLS) I've got other things to spend my money on. (ENGINE WHIRRS) Budget-friendly health covers designed for young people. The stars on stage for the Queen's Jubilee Concert. Due foofinish any moment, fireworks are going off. The Queen will light the national beacon and we will bring you all the highlights. But, of course, one person who isn't there this morning is Prince Philip. He's been rushed to hospital. Let's get the latest on that and the rest of the news with Sarah Cumming. The Duke of Edinburgh has missed a spectacular concert for the Diamond Jubilee in London after he was taken to hospital suffering from a bladder infection. Robbie Williams kicked things off and was followed by some of the biggest names in music including Elton John, Kylie Minogue and Stevie Wonder. # Isn't she lovely # Isn't she wonderful. # The star-studded show is wrapping up, Sir Paul McCartney among the last to take to the stage. Economists say the Reserve Bank could cut interest rates by as much as 0.5% when it meets today to shock the Australian economy. Experts say drastic action is needed to stimulate spending after $24 billion was wiped off the value of the share market yesterday thanks to weakening global markets. Every time we see volatility on the Australian share market it flows straight through to your superannuation fund. The RBA will announce its decision at 2:30 this afternoon. Residents in parts of Victoria are preparing for flooding after heavy rain across the state. A massive low combined with gale-force winds has dumped well over 100mm across Gippsland. The wild weather's heading north. And then reaching the central part of the New South Wales coast this afternoon, which will include Sydney with peak wind gusts expected to hit about 100km/h. Later tonight, the severe system will hit the Hunter region. And she is far too young to be behind the wheel but that hasn't stopped an 11-year-old American girl from stealing her parents' car for a joyride. Officers in Texas noticed the girl driving the vehicle with no lights on. She then stopped off at a supermarket before trying to speed away from police. She didn't get very far, eventually crashing the car. Her parents turned up when she was arrested. Well, American investors bargains last night with the Dow Well, American investors chased Jones down just 17 points despite bargains last night with the Dow Jones down just 17 points despite factory orders down and also three Portuguese banks reportedly asking for a bail-out. European markets got thumped again. The Aussie dollar is back above 97 US cents. Blues enforcer Greg Bird has promised to maintain the rage in Game II of the Origin series next week. Queensland will name an unchanged squad today but there's doubt surrounding the availability of Matt Scott who's dealing with a family illness. Blues forward Anthony Watmough hopes that cortisone injections will hasten his recovery from a pinched nerve in his back. They just strap you down and stretch you out and inject the two vertebrae that were bulging up. 100% now? Hope so. Jarryd Hayne will join the Blues camp today fresh from guiding the Eels to victory over the Sharks last night, 29-20. Hawthorn will decide today whether to challenge the 2-match ban offered on Jordan Lewis. The bump could sideline Lewis for a month given the Hawks have a bye coming up. Richmond's Jake King has been offered a week for tripping while Essendon's Lewis Jetta avoided another reprimand for diving. And the Crows have locked up another young gun with Rory Sloane signing a 3-year extension. Defending women's champion Li Na has crashed out of the French Open. Na went down in three sets to unseeded Kazakh Yaroslava Shvedova and Maria Sharapova was also pushed to the limit by veteran Klara Zakopalova before getting home in three sets. 6-time champion Rafael Nadal reeled off 17 straight games in a straight-sets demolition of Juan Monaco. This Ova yet? Look I'm over the whole thing, let's go to Grant with the weather. Morning, everybody. Yes, we are at Air Wing this morning. We are having Yes, we are at the Victoria Police a look around at good toys. Plenty of stuff to play with but they do an essential service. There is 40 people live on site. So there is accommodation down stairs. They attend many months. There is a toilet there, probably not interesting. Looking great. A lunch room. Morning, everybody. Yes, very funny, wrong channel. Good gag, guys, ha, ha, ha! Hilarious! Say hello to your families, good morning, everybody. Yes keep up the good work. The gymnasium, every you could want do make sure you have a fighting fit tactical force that looks after the state. But this, my friends is where the fun begins. We will look at the forb cast around the state first Sunrise weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's stocktake sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in store now. A low is generating heavy rain and winds in Victoria and south-eastern New South Wales.

50 Mills left in the eastern part of As you have seen in the news, up to Victoria but it is moving away. This system is also bringing rain and strong winds to parts of Tasmania and South Australia. Well, this is Mike. Mike would you like to take us in? This is the simulation room. I can't begin to tell you, as Mike flies us into the heli pad here, we have some breaking news in London, here is Prince Charles. Are you there, Mel? I'm sure you would want me to thank, on your behalf all the wonderful people who have made tonight possible. All the performers, the artists, the musicians, the comedians, who made such jolly-good jokes. (laughter) Garry Barlow for helping to make the whole thing possible. APPLAUSE) And above all, all those whole thing possible. (CHEERING AND remarkable technicians, all 600 of them behind the scenes. AND APPLAUSE) Without which, them behind the scenes. (CHEERING nothing would happen. And if I may say so, Your Majesty, thank God the weather turned out fine. AND APPLAUSE) And the reason, of course, is because I didn't do the weather turned out fine. (CHEERING

forecast. Your Majesty, millions, we are told, dream of having tea with you. Quite a lot, quite a lot of people have very nearly had a picnic dinner with you in the garden APPLAUSE) The only sad thing about Buckingham Palace. (CHEERING AND this evening is that my father couldn't be here with us. Because, unfortunate lay, he is -- unfortunately he has taken unwell. But ladies and gentlemen, if we shout loud enough he might just hear us in hospital. APPLAUSE) (crowd chants) us in hospital. (CHEERING AND Your Majesty, a Diamond Jubilee is a unique and special event. Some of us have had the joy of celebrating three jubilees with you. And I have the medals to prove it. (laughter) And we are now celebrating the life and service of a very special person over the last 60 years. AND APPLAUSE) I was, I was three when my grandfather, King George VI over the last 60 years. (CHEERING

died and suddenly, unexpectedly, your and my father's lives were erecicably changed when you were only 26. So, as a nation, this is our opportunity to thank you and my father for always being there for us. For inspiring us with your selfless duty and service, and for making us proud to be British.

(CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Proud at a time when I know how many of our fellow countrymen are suffering such hardship and difficulties. Proud, to be lining the banks of the Thames in their millions, despite the rain and the cold. Proud, to be part of something as unique as the Commonwealth, which, through your leadership, has given us that essential sense of unity through diversity. So, Your Majesty, we offer you our humble duty. And with it, three resounding cheers for Her Majesty the Queen. Hip, hip huroo! Hip, hip Hooray! Hip, hip Hooray! (CHEERI