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(generated from captions) to target kids online. The new tactics police warning to parents. The extraordinary seekers landing on their doorstep. The community fed up with asylum Perth battered by wild storms. The famous faces and everyday heroes the Queen's Birthday list. recognised in her new battle. And, TV's golden girl reveals Reach up for the Sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. Good morning. this morning. We're waking up with friends There is no friend who needs our love more than Kerri-Anne Kennerley. Diagnosed and found out she had a lump only a week ago. It is only early, I hope they can get it. God we send all our love to her. We'll let you know. around the country, except in WA, It's a public holiday a live studio audience. so we've been joined by Morning, all. Isn't that good. with some very good news And hopefully we're calling you a little later. The cash giveaway has jackpotted on the line if you pick up in time. and that means there's $20,000 They didn't answer on Friday? That will teach them. Pick up in five rings and have the code word. the news of the day. But right now let's check Here's Nat. We begin with news is battling breast cancer. Kerry Anne Kennerlry 'New Idea' magazine The TV veteran has told she's now having treatment. More on this throughout the show. during the night There have been shock developments who's under arrest in Libya. in the case of an Australian lawyer A Libyan official has revealed for spying. Melinda Taylor is being investigated three other members of her team She and Criminal Court from the International are being held. exchanged secret papers It's alleged Ms Taylor to be the firewall Police say it's up to parents and online sex predators. between their children Detectives are warning are targeting young victims more and more offenders on social media sites. by posing as children in Queensland during the past week. Seven men have been arrested Be good parents, that we need you to be. be the frontline defence between the offender and your home. Be the firewall Tips include checking your child privacy settings. is using appropriate are being warned Residents in WA's south-west for more nasty weather. to brace themselves without power Thousands spent the night after yesterday's wild storms. of Mandurah and Rockingham The coastal towns copped some of the worst of it. Winds reached up to 140km/h, and uprooting trees. ripping off roofs and after that It was a massive sound were peeling off even some part of the roof you know. so, it was like the movies, Weather forecasters say the south-west corner of the state a deep low is moving across but should weaken later. Weal rer have a live report from Perth soon. about deadly consequences The government's being warned of asylum seeker boats. if it doesn't stop the arrival Seven News last night revealed were lucky to survive 32 suspected asylum seekers when their boat crashed into rocks. near the remote Cocos Islands, It happened north-west of Australia. it revives memories The Opposition says 18 months ago. of the Christmas Island tragedy restates the risk again That only, I think, of what is at stake here. looked after in a pub on the island. The passengers are being struggling to cope with arrivals. Cocos Island locals say they're receiving the highest accolades Two former premiers are among those Queen's Birthday Honours. in this year's and Victoria's Joan Kirner Queenslander Peter Beattie in the Order of Australia. have both been appointed Companions They're joined Gareth Evans and Robert Hill by ex-federal Ministers and Professor Ian Frazer, the cervical cancer vaccine. who discovered and Rolf Harris Grahame Bond, aka 'Auntie Jack', to the arts. are honoured for their services A few A few blasts from the past out of the mouths of babes. Coming up - nearly 60% of children swear. The study showing for teaching them trash talk? But who's really to blame First, here's Kochie. Not me, not me, Nat. Certainly not! Let's take a look at Wall Street. The Dow Jones index The Dow Jones index actually, Let's take a look at Wall Street. should be reversed. It's up 93 The Dow Jones index actually, that points. The Nasdaq was up 27. And European markets, the FT 100 was down 18. Now, the big thing over the weekend has been Spain has quested 100

1 -- requested 125 billion to bail out its banks. Remember, I you there was a run on the banks, the Spaniards say it is not for the country or the economy, it is only for the for the banks. Don't look at us like Greece. We'll see whether the market does that over the does that over the next couple of days. The Aussie dollar is back up close to parity. Time for sport with Beretts. KlKochie, good morning. Raffa is not happy. Rafael Nadal is demanding to know wasn't abandoned earlier why this morning's French Open final suspension at Roland Garros. after rain caused an overnight by this point And Rafa was pretty agitated Why we stop after one set? now we have to stop? We cannot move the ball, with play to resume tonight. Nadal has a 2-1 lead, in the Blues camp There are injury concerns battling a hamstring injury. with prop Tim Grant after Bradley took his with Timothy Bradley And Manny Pacquiao wants a rematch in the Roosters loss to the Broncos. for several controversial decisions are under fire again and fellow match officials Dumped Origin referee Matt Ceccin Yeah, yeah, it's all good. MAN: Precaution? it's just nerve stuff. Yeah no, no, but says he isn't worried. limped out of training yesterday The Penrith front rower WBO welterweight world title with a controversial split decision. It ended Pacquiao's 15-fight winning streak that dates back to 2005. Most of his punches hit my arms so I'm not sure what happened. A lot of up set in sport this morning, no doubt. Lewis Hamilton has just won the Canadian grand prix, Mark Webber finished 7th. Let's go to the weather with James Tobin. Let's go to the weather with James Tobin. The Queens birthday long weekend means the opening of the snow season. We have been here all weekend with Weekend Sunrise and today the fun continues. Perisher has opened a week early. Here at Falls Creek they have got five lifts open. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale.

Now, the opening weekend of a snow season doesn't generally lead to much skiing or boarding but with all this snow around there has been plenty of that and other weirder snow sports, like snow biking. It was a lot of fun, I will show you what it was. Very weird, show you later. Coming up - one council's controversial solution to homelessness - it's buying people wheelie bins to store their belongings. We'll find out why. But next, Aussie spy? The Australian lawyer being held in Libya, accused of trading secrets.

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APPLAUSE I that that would get a round of applause from the studio audience. to win tickets to the premiere screenings of the film. All you have to do is go to our website and tell us in 25 words or less why you want to see the movie. 'Snow White and the Huntsman' is in cinemas on June 21. Looks a beauty, doesn't it? An Australian ambassador has been ordered to go to Libya to lobby for the release of a Brisbane lawyer accused of spying.

Melinda Taylor, who works for the International Criminal Court, was detained while visiting the son of Colonel Gaddafi. For more we're joined by Sunrise foreign editor Dr Keith Suter. Keith, why was Melinda Taylor in Libya? This has got to be a little scary for her. She works for the international criminal court, she is a very experienced lawyer and been at the court at the court for six years. She has been caught up in local politics. The International Criminal Court wants to put Colonel Gaddafi's son on trial in the Hague, give an proper trial and not mistreated like his father was locally in Libya. The Libyan government want to hold on to the son but have said nonetheless, you are welcome to come and speak to his son. In fact, his son. In fact, one of her colleagues was in Libya recently, visited Libya, so problem there. But the third one is visited Libya, so there is no the local Zimtan militia who captured his son, they are holding on to him. The on to him. The problem is Libya still doesn't have a fully functioning government and functioning government and the militia are manouvering to get a bit more profile in whatever happens this month or next month in terms of establishing a government. This is woman doing her job, not a spy, doing her job properly but she has walked into this mess within Libya. So Gaddafi's son is this So Gaddafi's son is this group's trophy. 92 absolutely. Bob Carr has called for her release. Do we have any influence? We do trade with them? To certainty extent. We were on one of the first countries to call for the removal of Gaddafi. The Libyan government have Libyan government have said she is welcome to come. The problem is the militia, running with its own agenda and not answerable to the government. So her safety and the chances of getting her out? I don't think she is personally under any danger. They are not personally after her. She is caught up in this wider issue. I think ultimately she will be released but it will be released but it is very nerve wracking. You are an international civil servant, doing your job, not breaking laws and you have got a war lord deciding to get international headlines and he's done that. Coming up, done that. Coming up, Kerri-Anne Kennerley cancer battle and how she hopes to fight it. And, gun fun. The photos proving Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk aren't the only athletes playing with firearms. So should the boys have really been punished? That's next.

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by Beacon Lighting's stocktake sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in store now. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) Queen's Birthday in some states, all (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) It's states but states but Queensland and WA, a whole bunch of whole bunch of Sunrise family members in today. So excited about Train on Wednesday, we should get their first performance on Sunrise. Remember, they were the first live band we ever had on the show. The first? Back at Epping. I don't remember that one. We take your word for it. Go to for it. Go for it. for it. Go to the Sunrise archive. Dust it off. See you on Friday. Most of the country is enjoying a day off for the Queen's birthday. And making news are those who've made the Queen's birthday honours Among them is Professor Ian Frazer who developed the vaccine which helps to prevent cervical cancer. We'll speak with Professor Frazer later this Sunrise. Also on the list is former Victorian premier Joan Kirner who's recognised for her social justice since quitting politics. And former Queensland leader Peter Beattie has been honoured for his contribution to biotechnology, information technology and promoting international trade. But do too many of our former politicians get honours? Is there anyone you think who deserves some recognition? Is it politicians by their very naich rr high profile therefore we know what they do. For is a lot of people I think we never hear. Most people know how you nominate someone. What someone. What process. Or do you see someone you think is amazing or assume someone else might nominate them but they never get put forward. Nat's issue is a good one. It is mrausz. If you get innomination process down pat you can sort of get Nat's issue is a good one. It is a

a few PEP up. Craig Lowndes got a pat on the back this year. Good on you. The Olympic gun photo controversy has taken a new twist with revelations our swimmers had a bonding session at a rifle range during a training camp five years ago at the Institute of Sport in Canberra. One photo first published back in 2007 shows Libby Trickett firing a gun. And Olympic swimmer Eamon Sullivan has accused Australian team officials of hypocrisy after his team-mates Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk were told they'll miss the London closing ceremony over the photo posted on Facebook of them posing at a US gun store. So, did officials overreact? Yep. Hxmm. On this one. Just their track record that people talk But this has prompted new restrictions. They have to go track record that people talk about.

straight home from the Olympics, can't use Facebook for the next month. But they didn't month. But they didn't do anything wrong. I don't get what they did wrong. But they got a bad track record. But a lot of people who are affected by guns. It is an issue, the AOC says it is an issue. have been warned not to use Facebook for this sort of thing. Using the AOC says it is an issue. They

Facebook was the problem, not so much the guns. The much the guns. The combo. The AOC says Olympians are held to a higher standard. So do they have a social media policy? They sure do. And the trouble is, they first time they aren't really control the athletes 100% aren't really control the athletes 100%. Normally they could monitor what was said, have them at a press conference, now with social media, the first time this year, it is the first time this year, it is open slather. The, slather. The AOC is trying to control it. And they have been banned. Do other athletes get banned Making news - trash talk for toddlers. Nearly 60% of kids swear and although most parents say they actively discourage foul language many admit their kids learnt it at home. The 'Daily Telegraph' found 42% of kids pick up swear words by age 3 and the most common first swear word is a tie between the S-word and the F-word. Kids are likely to learn naughty words at home, on the playground, from the TV and in the car. And many parents reckon schools and other parents should do more to crack down on swearing. Tell us, what do you do if your child swears? Kiddies, um, hands up all those who have heard their parents swear.

have heard their parents swear. I love those hands being held down. No more discussion needed. The old big brother, big sister too. What do you do to curb your kids. Is it important. We've all heard about going to a health resort for a detox but now there's a new package holiday being offered. It's the digital detox. They give people the chance to take a break from social media. This might be what Kendrick Monk Nick D'Arcy need. This might be what Kendrick Monk and Guests have to hand over their mobile phones, iPads and laptops at check-in. So, we're wondering if you can take a holiday and leave the digital world behind? Can you disconnect yourself? Too right. Says he, the right. Says he, the worst attender. Everyone expects answers from you now. If you do decide to take a weekend off or away. I took two days off as you know at the end of the London trip, I got all these e-mails and people saying, " and people saying, "Can you replay?". And I am hang on, I am home in a day. People expect instant home in a day. People expect instant answers. Also making news this morning, Kerri-Anne Kennerley has revealed she's been diagnosed with breast cancer. The star found a pea-sized lump a couple of weeks ago with a mammogram confirming her worst fears. The 58-year-old has detailed her fears in this week's edition of 'New Idea' and has postponed surgery so she can appear on this weekend's final of 'Dancing with the Stars'. Which hopefully is a good sign. Should you do that? Should you do that? One would imagine you would go on doctor's orders. She found it roughly 11, 12 days ago. Straight in. Hopefully they get it early. Science has come so far. We wish her all the best. May it all go smoothie from here on in. Speaking of 'Dancing'. Later - how dancing tamed bad boy Brendan Fevola. He's live and getting personal. He was a bit rough done by. I liked what he did last night. Good on you, Fev. APPLAUSE . But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise on the Seven Network.

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Our new Miss Universe Australia is live and exclusive. Hello again. TV star Kerri-Anne Kennerley has revealed she's been diagnosed with breast cancer. The 58-year-old has told 'New Idea' magazine a mammogram confirmed the cancer after she found a small lump a couple of weeks ago. She's postponed surgery to appear on this weekend's final of 'Dancing with the Stars'.

Police are warning parents about the growing danger of child sex predators online. Detectives have arrested seven men in Queensland and say one of them was targeting young victims by pretending to be a 13-year-old girl. In a South-East Queensland home police gather evidence of an online child sex crime. Hard drives, computers and tablets, just one set of exhibits in a string of arrests.

The most concerning to detectives, a 42-year-old man from Blackstone, in Ipswich. He was posing as a 13-year-old girl. The man stole photos of a young girl from online, he then set up a fake Facebook page and sent out friend requests to hundreds of Queensland children. One young girl replied and was groomed by the man. Progressively, and fairly aggressively, switched the conversation to a sexualised context and then endeavoured to get the child to send photographs of herself back to the offender. The arrest was one of seven around Brisbane for online child sex offences last week. The men range in age from 20 to 50 and live between Logan, south of Brisbane. and Caboolture. Three of the offenders were actively and openly, what they thought - we will be alleging, with what they thought were children and in this case, obviously, it was police officers. The grooming was all done on social media sites. They're treating them largely like a shopping mall, like a supermarket to locate victims. And detectives warn children aren't just at risk on sites like Facebook and Twitter, predators are now targeting online games. They want parents to know what their kids are doing online. Be good parents. Be the frontline defence that we need you to be. Be the firewall between the offender and your home. Foreign analysts say an Australian lawyer arrested and accused of spying in Libya will likely be released soon. Melinda Taylor is being held along with three other members of her team which works for the International Criminal Court. A Libyan official says Ms Taylor is accused of exchanging secret papers

with a son of slain former dictator Colonel Gaddafi. I think, ultimately, she will be released but obviously nerve-wracking. You're an international civil servant, you're trying to do your job. Our government is demanding she be released immediately. A mother whose son was beaten over the head with a machete by party gatecrashers has described the attackers as gutless thugs.

18-year-old Mitch was set upon at the suburban Perth party on Saturday night as two carloads of gatecrashers arrived and tried to force their way in. He's in hospital with a fractured skull. I had my son on the ground and they were kicking his head in. The uninvited guests also trashed parts of the family's home and cars before taking off. He may be one of Australia's fastest and most fearless drivers but Craig Lowndes is on the Queen's Birthday Honours list for his work teaching others to be safer on our roads. He's been given an Order of Australia while singer John Paul Young has been recognised for his career and charity work. Singer and painter Rolf Harris and 'Auntie Jack' star Grahame Bond are awarded for their services to the arts. We were just waiting to see if investors will wrip the flamen' arms off affSpain after it applied for $ off affSpain after it applied for $125 billion from the eurozone to bail out its banks yesterday morning. morning. Saturday morning, the Dow bail out its banks yesterday Jones Jones closed up 93 points.

overseas markets and the reaction tonight. The Spanish say, " So, everyone waiting for those

tonight. The Spanish say, "Hey, stop bailing out the economy, it's still pretty good. It's just the banks." Hrmmph! We'll see! The Aussie dollar is almost back to parity against the green back. Time for sport. Could be some arm ripping off at the MCG today. Collingwood ruckman Darren Jolly believes the Pies are yet to peak despite winning their past seven matches. The Magpies will leap the Sydney Swans to the top of the AFL table this afternoon if they beat Melbourne at the MCG. And the Hawks may be without Lance Franklin against Brisbane on Sunday for a sling tackle on Port Adelaide's Paul Stewart. Dumped Origin referee Matt Ceccin is under fire again for several controversial decisions in the Roosters' loss to the Broncos. Both sides were lucky - twice the Roosters crossed the line and the refs refused to refer to the decision to the video referee. The Roosters couldn't believe Maranta was allowed to play on, either, before Alex Glenn then went on to score as Brisbane won a bizarre game. I've never seen anything more ridiculous in my life! The Sharks let their footy do the talking, Rafael Nadal is demanding answers after the French Open final was suspended due to rain with the Spaniard clinging to a 2-0 lead. While the overnight stoppage could work in Nadal's favour, he's worried it came an hour too late. Why we stop after one set? We cannot move the ball now, we have to stop? Hey, some good news from over the weekend, the men's volley ball team has qualified for the Olympic Games, only the third time in history the men's team has made if. We will have men' men' volley ball players in London, which is awesome news. Let's check the weather and go to the snow James Tobin. Morning, JT. Yes, good the weather and go to the snow with morning, Beretts. At the snow you always discover something new and crazy. Remember the big foot skis, didn't they take off? Not exactly. Yesterday I discovered something yoI have never heard of before, have never heard of before, we spent a lot of time on bikes but a lot of time on bikes but these are snow bikes, bikes with two skis and no brakes. I thought it would be be fun. Take a look yesterday, we to the top of Wombat's Ramble, the fun. Take a look yesterday, we went longest beginner run in Victoria. We got ourselves kitted up with cameras and we were kitted up and going down gang busters. Not! That's great. There were no serious stacks at all. Woops! Watch closely, you might see me get some air! Yeah! That was pretty good. APPLAUSE . An almighty jump. It is where you can dee the night skiing, Wombat's Ramble, a nice 2. nice 2.2 beginner / intermediate course. I want to say thank you to the fellows at Falls Creek in the media team who help us put Sunrise Weather brought to you

Sale now on, in store and online. A deep low near south-west WA is generating strong winds, rain and dangerous surf. Another low-pressure system spinning off the east coast is causing areas of heavy rain in South-East Queensland and north-east New South Wales. I think my mouth is a little bit cold. Fog and sunshine in Melbourne.

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# Got to give it a jump start # Four, three, two, one # A very gloomy Queen's Birthday's long weekend in Sydney but the rain will ease apparently. The top long weekend in Sydney but the rain temperature 17. Spain has been granted a $125 billion rescue package along with a warning it has just 7 days to save its stricken banks to prevent the European debt crisis from worsening. The news comes as Greece heads for another round of elections which will determine whether it stays in the Eurozone. Here at home, the PM has announced a summit with 130 business leaders to work out how we'll make it through the crisis. Sunrise correspondent Martin Frizell is in London. Good morning. Spain has been granted a lifeline of $125 billion. Is it enough? They say, look, we don't need it for the economy, we just need to bail out the banks. Just semantics? out the banks. Just semantics?? Yes, and bailout is not a phrase the Spanish Prime Minister is using. You have to admire his Chatzpah, he says it is just a credit line. $ it is just a credit line. $125 billion. He says basically it is for the banks and the banks, quite rightly have fallen victim to a classic property bubble bust over the la ten years or so. They used cheap credit and extended the loans. They are something like $300 billion into property lending in Spain and they can't sell the houses and those apartments and those office blocks and that is where most of the problem has come. But of course, the real concern is what is going to happen in Greece. It looks like they may say we don't want the deal you are putting on us. If they drop out of the yearo, Spain is -- euro, Spain is next, and then Italy and then the whole pack comes down. They are called the PIIGS of Europe, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain. Greece is tiny. Spain is 10% Spain. Greece is tiny. Spain is 10%. The fourth largest economy, so Spain is the real issue, where the issue is Yes, if Spain has to be is the real issue, where the real bailed out, a proper bailout, if they have to get the whole economy bailed out it is doubtful Europe has had the money to do it. It hasn't got the money to bailout Italy, which is the third largest economy in Europe so they are in a dire situation. The Spanish Prime Minister says, he calls it a victory, believe it or not. He says it is good for Spain and good for the euro. You ask imagine what the governments in Ireland, Greece and Portugal are saying because there are no conditions on Spain in terms of austerity measures like the other countries. Because Spain has been putting some measures in place. It has got a tough time, though, Spain, because half of all kids in Spain are unemployed, those of a working age, a quarter of all people in Spain are unemploy as well and Spain are unemploy as well and the Prime Minister is saying, Prime Minister is saying, we have got the money but we will be in recession for two more years. It is very dodgy over there. Martin, thank you. But at 7:00 in the finance segment in news, I'll tell you Glenn Stevens, our Reserve Bank bank boss was saying on Friday. He gave a segment in news, I'll tell you what

very important speech in Adelaide and basically, it was a rev up saying forget Europe, yes they are on the bink but we are looking good and basically, it was a rev up

here. OK, thank you, 12 minutes to go. Make sure you double-check your diary before making your next dinner reservation. Some of the country's top restaurants are charging diners up to $150 if they don't show up. And smaller eateries are now following suit. Restaurateurs say a growing number of customers book several restaurants on peak nights choosing one at the last minute without cancelling the others.

Joining me now is restaurant owner Emma O'Mara from The Brix in Melbourne. Emma, good morning. You're about to introduce a 20% no-show fee. How does it affect your business when customers don't turn up? Are you able to fill the table does it stay empty? Yes, no, typically what we are seeing at the Are you able to fill the table or

moment is a lull in mid-week bookings and Friday and Saturday night are night are quite busy where people are booking well in advance. It is becoming more and more common where people not showing up at all or calling an hour or couple of before the service. So in saying calling an hour or couple of hours that, often we don't fill the tables and with larger bookings, which is the policy we are looking is for, larger tables, the larger or five or more for the set menu, larger tables, the larger bookings sometimes we don't fill the at all. So what are you going to do? sometimes we don't fill the tables Do it via a credit card in advance? Yes, what wi are looking at doing is bringing in 20% per head, on the five-course, $ five-course, $90 set menu of bookings five or more. So when the customer rings up to make the books we will be taking credit card details and being completely transparent about our policy. These details will be kept in a book in the safe. Now, if the table dozen show up or give -- doesn't show up or give us reasonable time for the cancellation amch what is reasonable? 24 hours? cancellation they will be charged Yes, 24 hours. There is always exceptions to the rule and we are completely accommodating completely accommodating to that but it is incredibly inveenlt and can throw us, from a managerial point of view, into caus, when larger bookings, say eight and ten don't turn up. It is half our at times, oohave a table sitting turn up. It is half our restaurant there empty. So other... Yes, no, it makes sense, I can't imagine anybody. You are a anybody. You are a business there trying to make money and do your thing. We will see what viewers say and put it out for comment. I can completely understand where you are coming from. Drop us a thought via the Soap Box if there is the way of the future. The idea of humans living on Mars has been played out in movies and plenty of sci-fi dreams. But now a Dutch company looks set to turn science fiction into reality. Called 'Mars One', it has plans to establish a permanent human colony on Mars in 2023. It will send an initial crew of four to the Red Planet, where they will then spend the rest of their lives. That is, they are not coming back. The crack team will spend the next decade in training for the adventure. Sounds a lit strange. Joining us is Glen Nagle from NASA's tracking station in Australia. Good morning. Glen, is it really possible for humans to live on Mars? It is possible as long as you throw enough money at it. Anyone going to Mars has to handle high radiation on the service, night time temperatures of mines 120, wind speeds of 140km/h. If they like living in Canberra, where I'm from they will like Canberra. He is from Canberra, he he can say that, Canberra is easy street compare said to this. How would you live there with the oxygen and water and radiation problems? Woe we know the -- planet was once covered in water, youk take down the frozen - - young you can grow food hide prawnicly, they are using hide prawnicly, they are using the systems on the space station today. Is it a Is it a gimmick to say you are never coming back? I think it is a gimmick, the ultimate big brother program but you can't be voted off the planet. You are stuck there for life. You are never going to return from that planet. The risks involved with that, the insurance, the companies that might back something like this, are they going to back something where somebody has the like this, are they going to back potential to die, it is not going to do much for their share prices. Exactmy, that is an under statement. Could they get someone off if they really wanted to. They really do mean it. With the earth shraegz Mars system you can system you can only send a mission every 26 months, so if you have got to get

to get a rescue mission, it to get a rescue mission, it is 26 months, by that time you have lost your crew. There you goy, and years to train to get there. Sounds your crew. There you goy, and ten a little unusual. Thank you for explaining. Is Thank you, I don't thing I would line-up for that one. Not coming back? Drive you mad. But you could send people there. E-mail in in with suggestions, who would you like to send to Mars like to send to Mars forever mv put our list together. Edit it in case we are there. Julia... No, move right along. News is next. Then - the politician, the plumber and the professor. What they've each done to be recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

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From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. Good morning, good morning. We are waking up with friends this morning, literally here with us. It is a public holiday everywhere around the country accept for WA. Thank you to the studio audience for keeping us company. company. It is the place to be. It is wet and wild outside in Sydney. He is dressed well. Addressed very appropriately. Keep dry today. Hopefully we are calling you with some very good news shortly. The cash giveaway has jackpotted and that means there's $20,000 on the line if you pick up in time. So hook your phone on your tacky dacks as you dacks as you make your way around the house this morning. It's been revealed during the night an Australian lawyer detained in Libya is being investigated for spying. Melinda Taylor is being held along with three other members of her team, which works for the International Criminal Court. A Libyan official says Ms Taylor is accused of exchanging secret papers with a son of slain former dictator Colonel Gaddafi. Our government is demanding she be released.

TV veteran Kerri-Anne Kennerley has revealed she's been diagnosed with breast cancer. The 58-year-old has told 'New Idea' magazine she found a pea-sized lump a couple of weeks ago, which was later confirmed as cancerous. She's postponed surgery to appear on this Sunday's final of 'Dancing with the Stars'. Residents in WA's south-west are being warned to brace themselves for more nasty weather. Thousands spent the night without power after yesterday's wild storms. The coastal towns of Mandurah and Rockingham copped some of the worst of it. Winds reached up to 140km/h, ripping off roofs and uprooting trees. It was a massive sound and after that even some part of the roof were peeling off so, it was like the movies, you know. Weather forecasters say a deep low is moving across the south-west corner of the state

but should weaken later. Around 23,000 families have reportedly lost their childcare subsidies for refusing, or forgetting, to vaccinate their children. But the 'Australian' newspaper reports more than 16,000 other families avoided the financial penalties by signing conscientious objection forms. They include members of the Church of Christ Science. It's feared the loophole will compromise the government's crackdown on immunisation rates. 1 in 10 Australian children isn't vaccinated against potentially killer diseases like whooping cough. A manhunt is on in the US state of Alabama after three people were killed during a shooting near a local university. Three others were wounded when the gunman opened fire at a party in an apartment block. Police say they're searching for a 22-year-old suspect. We earlier today signed three warrants charging him for capital murder. And I would like to let the public know he is to be considered armed and extremely dangerous. Several of the victims were former university football players. Four giants of Australian politics - a world-renowned scientist and two showbiz legends are among those receiving the highest accolades in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours. Former Queensland premier Peter Beattie and former Victorian premier Joan Kirner have both been appointed Companions in the Order of Australia. They're joined by ex-federal ministers Gareth Evans and Robert Hill and Professor Ian Frazer

who discovered the cervical cancer vaccine. There's an amazing benefit in doing this - doing good for others makes you feel really good, yourself. Grahame Bond, famous for his character 'Aunty Jack', was honoured for his service to the arts along with painter and musician Rolf Harris. In all, 540 Australians are on the Queen's Birthday list in Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee year. Prince Philip has turned 91 during the night at home in Windsor Castle, with his family. The Duke of Edinburgh was released from hospital yesterday just in time to celebrate the milestone. A Royal Horse Artillery will fire a 41-gun salute in the Prince's honor today but the birthday boy is not expected to attend. Prince Philip's next outing will be a Diamond Jubilee garden party with the Queen on Tuesday. A Sydney driver has had a lucky escape after police found a car impaled by a tree branch on the side of the road. Police say the car was abandoned after the accident which happened just before three this morning in the southern suburb of Sylvania. And if you're finding it impossible to stop being a 'Twit' or get off Facebook, this holiday trend could be just the ticket. Called "digital detox", travel agents are offering people addicted to social media

a much-needed internet blackout. Tech junkies head to the Caribbean where they're stripped of all gadgets on arrival. A recent study found Facebook, Twitter and the like could become more addictive than smoking. Do you have a problem? Coming up - waste of time training? Claims Aussie apprentices would be better off flipping burgers than studying for a trade. But first, here's Kochie. OK, thanks, Nat, just hide my iPad, that's OK, I'm not addicted to it. Let's look at Wall Street. , that's OK, I'm not addicted to it. Let's look at Wall Street. , European markets down, Spain, 125 billion dollars to bail out the banks, it has got banks, it has got seven days to do it. Next weekend, the Greek elections which will determine if they drop out of the eurozone or not. To our region on Friday, we were down on both major indices. Now, Emma, have I got your attention? Emma? Emma? OK. Thank you. Watch Uncle David. I want you to go online and I want you to go to the Reserve Bank website and I want you to pull up this speech Glenn Stevens on Friday. It is called all the Glass Half Full'. A you to pull up this speech from

couple of things came out. He is not going to cut interest rates to spark another property boom. He said used to house prices not going up by very much each year. He is not going another property boom. He said get

to cut initial fils interest rates to fuel a share market boom and he said to retailers, get used to a resources boom, and get used to consumers not consumers not borrowing as much to spend at the shops, you have got to change and get used to it. Emma! Are you listening? She's taking notes. Go to RBA. Go to RBA.Goc vpg. Go to RBA.Goc Wake up, Emma. Time for sport. Good on you, Emma, I know you'll like this. There's a setback for New South Wales just days before Origin II in Sydney. Panthers prop Tim Grant suffered a hamstring injury during training yesterday when the Blues took on the Dragons' Toyota Cup side. Yeah, no, no - it's just nerve stuff. MAN: Precaution? Yeah, yeah, it's all good. While Dumped Origin referee Matt Ceccin and fellow match officials are under fire again for several controversial decisions in the Roosters loss to the Broncos.

why this morning's French Open final wasn't abandoned earlier after rain caused an overnight suspension at Roland Garros. Why we stop after one set? We cannot move the ball, now we have to stop? Nadal has a 2-1 lead, with play to resume tonight. A bit of time to cool off. McLaren's Lewis Hamilton has claimed his first win of the season, taking out the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.

The win sees Hamilton take control of the drivers' championship on 88 points from Ferrari's Fernando Alonso on 86, with Red Bull's defending champion Sebastian Vettel one point back, in third. Mark Webber is fourth in the standings after finishing seventh. World 100m metres record holder Usain Bolt is lucky to have escaped serious injury after being involved in a car accident.

It's understood the triple Olympic champion was on his way home from a party in the early hours of yesterday morning when the crash happened in the Jamaican capital of Kingston. Bolt is due to take part in the national trials later this month, ahead of the Games. Out partying with Usain Bolt, Out partying with Usain Bolt, it Out partying with Usain Bolt, it Out partying with Usain Bolt, would be a wild night. A quick mention of mention of two Aussies, Nick Creos and Andrew Harris have won the boys doubles at Roland Garros. Two young names to remember for infuture. Thank you. Let's check with James and the weather forecast. Good morning, at Falls Creek for the opening weekend of the snow season. And it has been a fantastic start. We have got We have got plenty of white stuff, the sky has been blue and we got three snowboarders out of bed ury to show us -- early to show us some tricks. Luke Sinclair! If you are not a snowboarding aficionado, I can teach you a few tricks, this teach you a few tricks, this is called jimmy, kind of like gymer jabber, they are features in a jibbing terrain park, I think it jibbing terrain park, I think that is right. What you talking about? Gibber jabber? by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early.

Alright, here we go. One more run, this is Luke Sinclair. If you are not into jibbing or jabbing, 27 centimetres of natural snow on the ground already, plus more in the snow-making areas, that is snow-making areas, that is Damien Saint Pierre and they are expecting more snow on the 14th or maybe on the twkd, the twkd 22nd, a bit later. Thank you. A great start to the season. Minus 2. Minus 2.7 overnight, blue skies this morning, you couldn't ask for more on the opening weekend. Terrific, thank you, JT. Police are warning parents about new tactics sex predators are using to target children

following a series of raids in Brisbane. Seven online child sex offenders have been arrested over the past week. Many were using social media sites and gaming platforms to groom youngsters. Detective Inspector Jon Rouse is in charge of Taskforce Argos he joins me now from Brisbane. Good morning. How widespread is this? This is frightening if you are a parent and your kids are online a lot, which most are. How widespread is it? We have been doing this kind of work now for over 11 years. When we first started exploring the Internet as a threat to children we were quite surprised by the number of offendsers who were very willing to actively groom and try to meet children for the purpose of sexually abusing them. Now, it is wide spread across the world. Whenever you have the Internet you have this I can tell you for a fact because I have done the research. What the Internet you have this problem.

concerns me is the Internet is not something new. It has been publicly available for over available for over 15 years. We have been puffining out -- punching out the awareness message, certainly we created our fist parental awareness guidance book in 2003. For nine years we have been pushing the message if you are going to provide your child access to the Internet, the communication media that is the Internet, it is imperative you provide them with the information they need to protect themselves online. I am sitting here, talking to you, 11 years after starting to do the work and still seeing the problem happening. So what should parents be doing to protect their kids? Well, look, if you are going to give your childic ses to the Internet, -- child access to the Internet maybe the first thing to do is educate yourself. Make sure you have the skills to teach your child how to protect themselves online. Today the topic is social networking. Create a social networking account. Understand the protocols that the sites allow to protect your identity online. Most people are using Facebook. Most people across the world are using Facebook. It gets 750 million hits in traffic per months. Has very good security protokeels, use them. You can make yourself invisible on faic if you -- on Facebook if you want to. If your child is online, and most are, using instant sit down and look at their friend list. I don't know about you, most are, using instant messages,

Kochie, if you are on social media, I don't know, I did look and I couldn't see. My personal Facebook, I'm hidden, I use the privacy settings, I have a public one and very careful with that. But you are very careful with that. But you are. It is not up to the parents to say that is the kids, I am too old. You have got to understand and guide your kids through. It is very important message. Thank you for joining a. You are more than welcome, thank you for the time welcome, thank you for the time. There's fresh debate this morning over offshore processing after dozens of asylum seekers narrowly escaped with their lives. More than 30 people had to be rescued after their boat crashed onto rocks in the Cocos Islands, more than 3,000 kilometres north-west of Perth. No-one is believed to be hurt on injured but it's the third boat to the area in as many months and residents say they're not equipped to deal with it. Even if they tried to beach, they stuffed the boat up, or the boat was stuffed up before they tried to beach. Either way, it's not a good sight. It comes as nearly 130 suspected asylum seekers are being transferred to Christmas Island after two other boats were stopped over the weekend. Nine boats have now been intercepted in just the first 10 days of June. Ian Rintoul is from the Refugee Action Coalition. He joins me from Brisbane. Ian, the locals say they're not equipped to deal with the situation and they're not getting enough help from the government. What should be done? Well, it's probably true. I think we can probably expect more boats arriving at coks island as -- Cocos Island as thinks deteriorate in Sri Lanka. The government used to is a good set up. You think we need to go back to the policies we used to have under the Howard Government? Certainly not. That would be a serious step back into the ages. It is a very simple process for people to arrive at Cocos serious step back into the dark

Islands. They are there for a short time, no great impact on the local community. The local community is by and large very welcoming of asighm -- asylum seekers. They should be transferred and processed onshore. Do we need to speed the process up? It has been sped up a little and needs to be sped up more. The most substantial thing we need to get rid of mandatory detention. We have had it for 20 years, in the past, before 1992, people could come to the mainland and be processed on the mainland and live in the community. Thank you for your time, appreciate it. Thousands of people could remain without power for a couple of days after wild storms lashed Perth and the south of Western Australia. More than 160,000 were blacked out as winds gusted to 140km/h. Trees were uprooted and boats torn from their moorings. More than 150 SES volunteers have worked through the night to clear roads and carry out emergency repairs. I'm joined now by Seven News reporter Tracy Moran. Good morning. I spoke to I spoke to quite a few people through the south-west yesterday and their houses were rattling. How terrifying was it? It was a

terrifying ordeal for many residents across the south-west yesterday. terrifying was it? It was a

Roofs were ripped from homes and several people have been left homeless. We saw trees and power lines down. A crane toppled over. We saw boats ripped from moreings and crashed into shore? The Weather Bureau is calling it a once in a decade

decade weather system. We have seen winds up to 120km/h, that is the equivalent of a category 2 cyclone. At the peak, we saw winds of up to 120km/h at Cape Naturaliste. 140 thousands homes were without power. By 6 p.m. The SES was called out to 300 By 6 p.m. The SES was called out to 350

350 homes, many were resident who were hit bli a tornado which -- hit by a tornado. I suppose reports will still be coming in. For people outside of WA, to give an idea of the size, the warning went from Calbarry to Esperance? As

Calbarry to Esperance? As you are aware, it is a huge area. The warning was issued for the entire WA area, an area the size of Victoria. The strongest winds from bundbry to Augusta. The worst afacted areas were south of Perth around

Rockingham and Mandura. How long is the clean up expected to take? It were south of Perth around

could take some time. There are residents who have been evacuated from their homes and can't For residents who had roofs ripped from their homes and can't return. off it could take longer. More strong winds and rough seas today and poseebl another thunderstorm today but the clean

today but the clean up begins now. Thank you. As we've been reporting, Kerri-Anne Kennerley has been diagnosed with breast cancer. The Seven Network star found a pea-sized lump a couple of weeks ago with a mammogram confirming her worst fears. The 58-year-old has told 'New Idea' she's postponed surgery so she can appear on the grand finale of 'Dancing with the Stars'. Sunrise GP Dr Ginni Mansberg joins us. Kerri-Anne is crediting 'Dancing with the Stars'

for the discovery, because she lost weight during the show and was fiddling with a beaded bra when she found the lump. How difficult is self-detection of lumps? It is hard to say. There are two things we look for in early days, first of all, what is the grade. How aggressive is the cancer and you need to look at it under the microscope for sure and how advance,

has it spread to the limp nodes under the arm or further or confined microscope for sure and how advance,

to a small part of the breast. She is expected to under go surgery next week. When we say she postpone tds for 'Dancing with the Stars', would it be a case of sheduling? What difference would a couple of days make? I would have thought if it is really important to her, it is not the end of the world if we schedule it a

it a few days later. In the public hospital system, certainly where I am in New South Wales, you would be lucky getting five days later. How successful is surgery? It used to be the most feared tumour and women saw it as curseens and now is -- curtains and now is is a better prognosis. We are doing smaller and smaller cuts and the

smaller cuts and the drugs, we find receptors on the cancers we can individually target. People are living longer with far less toxic chemotherapy. She said she didn't have the risk factors. I guess we all do? Are some at more risk? Just being a woman gives you a one in nine risk factor but there are other things. She

things. She never had children and unfortunately we do know women who haven't had children are more likely to get breast cancer. Having said that you wouldn't have children to avoid breast cancer because your stats are still high. Being overweight, not an issue for Kerri-Anne, drinking too much, well as a strong family history. Kerri-Anne, drinking too much, as

well as a strong family history. The message this morning is check, check, check. Don't put your head in the sand, just go and suss it out. If you feel a lump, don't sit on it. OK, thank you. We wish Kerry-Anne all the best. She is a lovely lady and we love her dearly.

Our best, brightest and most inspirational will today receive one of the nation's highest honours - the Order of Australia. Former Queensland premier Peter Beattie is amongst this year's recipients. A plumber by the name of Bruce Ackerman is also on the list in recognition of his community work in the wake of Victoria's 2009 bushfires. They join the man who invented a vaccine for cervical cancer, Professor Ian Frazer. And Professor Frazer joins us now from Brisbane. Good morning and congratulations. A stormser Australian of the Year. Queenslander of the year. Blimey!

How does this rank with the others? Queenslander of the year. Blimey! It is a very great honour to be acknowledged by the public and how important medical research is to the community and how important the researchers are that labour behind the scenes to get the work done. That is the best part about the honours. Forget about the politicss who get thairds but the work you do and Bruce did for the Victorian

bushfires puts a spotlight on and Bruce did for the Victorian like medical research that doesn't get the credit. We are a world bushfires puts a spotlight on areas

leader in this area? Yes, we pull well above our weight in Australia. We are very much depending on the community's support for the work we do. It is nice to remind the community they get the benefits of the research down the track, they have to invest now to get something back in

back in 10 to 20 years time. The previous segment talking Kerri-Anne Kennerley and breast previous segment talking about cancer and the amazing advances in cures for that, that all stems from the work you and your colleagues do? Indeed, medical research makes it possible to get people having longer, healthier lives. We need to put as much effort into that. As we age, we want toage healthily.

Absolutely. A big congratulations on the honour. It is a terrific focus age, we want toage healthily.

on you and your colleagues, thank you again for joining us. Thank you very much for speaking with me this morning. You are morning. You are right, the advances in science, the checks that can be done for so many forms of cancer and illnesses is incredible. There are people, not just Ian but plenty of

other Australians just quietly going about their work, doing people, not just Ian but plenty of

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for the public holiday in all states but WA. And Queensland, I think. Don't to be outside breck a central. And Queensland, I think. Don't want to be outside breck a central. -- Brekky Central. Just ahead - why apprentices are being told to stop studying and flip burgers instead. Doctors say it's still too early to know a solid prognosis after TV star Kerry-Anne Kennerley revealed she has breast cancer. The 58-year-old has told 'New Idea' magazine a mammogram confirmed the cancer after she found a small lump a couple of weeks ago.

There are two things we look for in a cancer, first, the grading, how aggressive is this cancer - look at it under the microscope to know for sure. She's postponed surgery to appear on this weekend's final of 'Dancing with the Stars'. Parents are being urged to use social media websites so they can learn the skills needed to protect their children online.

It follows the arrest of seven suspected online child predators during series of raids in Brisbane. Many were using social media sites and gaming platforms to groom youngsters. If you're going to give your child access to the internet maybe the first thing you should do is educate yourself, so that you're able to teach your child how to protect themselves online. Police are urging families to use appropriate privacy settings.

Locals on the remote Cocos Islands, north-west of Australia, say they're not equipped to deal with several recent asylum seeker boat arrivals. Over the weekend, more than 30 people had to be rescued when a boat crashed onto rocks near the islands. No-one is believed to be hurt and, for now, the suspected asylum seekers are being housed in a local pub.

I think we can expect more boats arriving in Cocos Island as things deteriorate in Sri Lanka. Two other boats were intercepted on Saturday that makes 10 in the first 10 days of this month. Foreign Minister Bob Carr says he's been in direct contact with the Libyan Government about an Australian lawyer detained there, accused of spying. Mr Carr says he was assured Melinda Taylor was safe and well. She and three other members of her team

from the International Criminal Court are being held. It's alleged Ms Taylor exchanged secret papers with a son of slain former dictator Colonel Gaddafi. And a homework assignment by Napoleon Bonaparte has been sold at auction in France for $410,000, three times its reserve price.

What financial crisis? He wrote the letter in 1816 while being held in exile on the island of Saint Helena. The former French emperor shared letters with a companion on the island to practise English. It's thought the letter sold overnight is one of only three still in existence. Gee! Home work worth there400 grand. He would buy Greece with that.

up 93 points. Over the weekend, Wall Street Saturday morning ended Spain has requested and been $

$125 billion to bail out its banks. Spain has requested and been granted It's got seven days to do that. Don't forget, this coming weekend is the Greek elections. Really important for the entire eurozone. To the Aussie dollar,

To the Aussie dollar, basically parity against the US dollar. for sport with Beretts. parity against the US dollar. Time Rafael Nadal is calling on officials to tell him why this morning's French Open final wasn't abandoned earlier after rain caused an overnight suspension at Roland Garros. And Rafa was pretty agitated by this point. Why we stop after one set? We cannot move the ball now, we have to stop? Nadal has a 2-1 lead with play to resume tonight.

There are injury concerns in the Blues camp with prop Tim Grant battling a dodgy hamstring. The Penrith front rower limped out of training yesterday but says he isn't worried. Yeah no, no, it's just nerve stuff. MAN: Precaution? Yeah, yeah, it's all good. While Dumped Origin referee Matt Ceccin and fellow match officials are under fire again

for several controversial decisions in the Roosters loss to the Broncos. And Dustin Johnson has claimed his sixth US PGA victory shooting a 4-under 66 to hold of John Merrick by a stroke. Let's get to your weather right now. And James Tobin is up in the snow this morning and it looks pretty good, JT, for this time of year?

Mate, sensational. The opening weekend and some of the best good, JT, for this time of year?

conditions for an for a while. Big good morning to the conditions for an opening weekend live studio at Sunrise. But we can take you on at Falls Creek. You might have a live audience but look who we've got, Lyn, Deb and Olivia. And we've

And we've got Lachlan! Good morning, on the snow bungee. It is you can do for a bit of fun if you don't want to jump on a snowboard or on the snow bungee. It is something

a set of skis. What! You not supposed to dea backflip. Now he will make me hook bad. I'm going for a double backflip now, Lachlan, take that.

Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Winter Catalogue Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in-store now. A deep low near south-west WA is generating strong winds, rain and dangerous surf. Another low-pressure system spinning off the east coast is causing areas of heavy rain in South-East Queensland and north-east New South Wales.

Alright, Lachlan, I'm going for the double black flip, if I could please get some support from the studio audience.

audience. Alright! Come on, Deb, come on, Lyn, come on Olivia. Flip it! Flip, flip, flip! Woohoo! No hands. Very impressive. Thank you very much.

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