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(generated from captions) husband with her death. Police charge Allison Baden-Clay's and the reaction from her family. This morning, the investigation From the economy, to boat people, and on notice as you set the agenda. the Prime Minister is live The stats showing dying in our hospitals a disturbing number of patients from hunger and thirst. by selecting me I think they did a good job and I gotta live up to it. # If you want to scream, yeah and I'll take you there. # # Let me know (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # this is Sunrise on Seven. Right across Australia, Kochie and Mel. From Brekky Central, Good morning on this Thursday. and welcome to Sunrise so Nat's shuffled on over. Mel's in bed with a wog, , Talitha joins us. Good to see you. A little business disappointed, no amount of March and nail polish could bring Queensland home. Not a day to be disappointed. Not a day to be a resident of squaring the series. Also for you this morning, the blues New South Wales give Queensland Plus, another story full attention today. that has Mark Beretta's The all-new bacon sundae. Would you eat it? , That's a full meal right there. Mixing savoury and sweet. No. Let's get all the latest news. Good morning. the Brisbane father is devastated A lawyer for Gerard Baden-Clay says over his wife's murder. after being charged later this morning Mr Baden-Clay is due to face court Baden-Clay's remains were found almost two months after Allison near a creek. He's devastated to defend the charge vigorously, and his intention is clearly thank you. three daughters are being cared for It's understood the couple's by Allison's family. At least 72 people have been killed by a series of car-bomb attacks. after cities across Iraq were hit Another 300 people were wounded of coordinated blasts, during the wave at religious pilgrims. which were aimed this week. It's the third such attack No-one has claimed responsibility. sent in by Sunrise viewer Isabella This incredible picture shows a flash of the wild weather from the west last night. which moved into South Australia had been expected Winds of between 50km/h and 90km/h to have been a fizzer. but it mostly looks In WA, to nearly 15,000 homes power has been restored after the latest storms yesterday. Crews will keep cleaning up today and businesses. and hope to reconnect more houses carriers should be acting Airline experts say from the Cocos Islands to ensure asylum seeker flights don't spread deadly diseases. has raised concerns A former paramedic sharing a plane about regular passengers who hadn't had full health checks. with boat people, this week, were being taken to Christmas Island The 32 Sri Lankan asylum seekers on the Cocos Islands last weekend. after being rescued If the airline has an issue, of the passengers has concerns about the health to board. then it shouldn't be allowing them wore facemasks on board The asylum seekers as a precaution. looks to be growing this morning. The Melbourne Water billing scandal the authority has admitted Fairfax reports of consumers for their water it will keep overcharging millions until at least early next year. Yesterday it was revealed have been mistakenly billed households which is not yet operating. for a desalination plant will keep overcharging the public It's reported Melbourne Water factored into its books. because the money is already and Kate And the Queen, Prince William Diamond Jubilee balcony moment have recreated last week's for cheering crowds in Nottingham. stepped in The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince Philip, for the Queen's husband, who's still recovering from illness. Coming up - take that. that it's OK to swear at your boss. Fair Work Australia rule But, would you? , Just for the record, no, I love my

bosses. Flaming heck, Talitha, goodness. , The do , The

do you has finished down 79 points. Retail sales in America were disappointing. European markets were mixed. London up and also the Greek share market up about 2% on in the financial times that maybe share market up about 2% on reports

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according to my Bloomberg is below $ according to my Bloomberg is below $83 a barrel. Oil continues to slide. The outlook for personal finance shows the index that measures it here in Australia has plunged to its lowest reading in almost 22 years. We have the strongest economy in the developed world, but we're also down in the mouth about T Savanth Sebastian is with it. It follows up that Boston consults research a couple of weeks ago that said we were more fearful as Australians than our personal wealth than the Greeks or Italian are. It was a surprising reading. What it means did highlight is the consumers are worried about the carbon tax and the European debt crisis. But importantly I think while we are still gloomy about the outlook and it doesn't seem - the rate cuts don't seem to have filtered to a pick up in optism. There was a pick up in housing market. The wisest put to any additional savings was keeping your money in the banks and certainly not putting your money in the share market. The biggest improver was putting your money real estate, it jumped up to to 25% It may have signs of life, potential real estate, it jumped up to to 25%. improver was putting your money in

for rate cuts for the housing sector. We did that see in about upping the grant for the first South Wales budget. They talked sector. We did that see in the New

home buyers grant. We know the population and migration rate is slow, we need more build to go take place. Fascinating. Thank you, Savanth. Here is Beretts. The State of Origin series is headed for a decider after New South Wales won a drama-charged game two at ANZ Stadium last night. A try in the shadows of half-time gave the Maroons a slender lead but when Cooper Cronk was sin-binned for taking out Todd Carney the Blues snatched the advantage with two quick tries. The Maroons cut the margin to four points late in the game but some desperate goal-line defence got the Blues home. They had to really hang in there in the back-end of that game. They were coming, we knew they'd be coming to get us. Queensland full-back, Billy Slater's in serious doubt for the decider with a knee injury. Champion rover Barry Cable has been elevated to Legend status at the annual AFL Hall of Fame night. The 68-year-old played over 400 senior games in Western Australia and Victoria and won multiple premierships. Six ex-players were inducted into the Hall of Fame headed by dual Brownlow Medallist Robert Harvey. Shane Crawford, Chris Grant, Glenn Archer, Graham Cornes and Bob Johnson were also inducted. Black Caviar has started tuning up for the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot later this month. The unbeaten sprinter has been spending time on the water walker and doing some light trackwork as she looks to extend her remarkable unbeaten sequence to 22. , Bring that on, Barry Cable. What a

great name for the rest. He played footy with our brothers-in-law our front lawn in Bunbury, many years ago. He is a ledge Bunbury, many years ago. He is a legend. Good on him. legend. Good on him.. Don't know if he would remember. My dad was in sports administration, he came to visit Bunbury. He was the highest paid player in the VFL in 1970. You have just gone up there in my sporting estimations. Can we say you're related to him. Yes, we're like that. Bazza and I. Grant, where are you today We are in the rocks here in Sydney for a little bit of a Ripper of a day. I think you are going to like today, particularly when I say goodie bag. I am not going to tell you what it you what it is just yet. It will be good fun. We are going to talk about weather as well. A bit of spring wind and rain. That's the frontal system that hit Perth just a couple of days ago. Those coastal showers for Queensland and New South Wales start to disappear as we look at the forecast for the first time. 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. What is a little bit of edible sunshine? What is a little bit of edible sunshine?. Ladies and gentlemen, get ready because today, kids ain't just for candy when we make what we're about to make today. Let's just say it's a lot of fun if you know what I mean. It will be a Ripper. Those things last for ever, ourselves from the Easter Show is still in the fridge. It matures with age. It's like peets why the next day. You take it out, give it a bit of a lick and put it back in. Yairks the glad Yairks the glad wrap is a bit worn. You know how you get a bloke in the window that you wave at. I waved to a bloke before, he gave me the finger. That's a great start to the day. It can only get better, Kochie. I need some all day suckers. Thank you, Still ahead - calls for all drink-drivers to be sent to rehab. But next, the breakthrough in the murder of a Brisbane mum. Allison Baden-Clay's husband has been charged. Details after the break. Red Spot offers drive-off inclusive drive-away rates with no hidden extras. There's been a major breakthrough in the case of murdered Brisbane mum Allison Baden-Clay. Her husband, Gerard Baden-Clay, has been formally charged with her murder after being interviewed by police. It's exactly eight weeks today since the mother of three disappeared. She allegedly failed to return from a walk. Her body was found almost two weeks later. Sunrise correspondent Michelle Tapper is outside Brisbane's Roma Street Magistrates Court. Good morning. Michelle, had police questioned Gerard Baden-Clay prior to yesterday? Yes, good morning, guy, Yes, good morning, guy,. Gerard Baden-Clay had been several times, his home, his office and his parents' home, had Baden-Clay had been questioned

raided. They seizedhis computers and and his parents' home, had been mobile phone and boxes of evidence. He was brought to the police station lit yesterday afternoon, that has been the major incident room and was there not being questioned by police for several hours before his been the major incident room and he

lawyer, Darren Marnie showed up. He was inside with him for about an hour. He came out and told the waiting media that his client would be charged with murder. That happened some time after 6 o'clock last night and then Baden-Clay was handcuffed and taken away by police. He is now in the watch-house here in front of the court. What's been the reaction from the community and Allison's family? Yes, well, you know, as you can imagine, they are grief stricken but obviously relieved that there has been progress in this case and her parents released a statement yesterday saying that they will always love and miss Allison dearly but they have a long road ahead of them to deal with this horrific crime. They thanked everyone who work odd this case, more than 180 police and SES volunteer, scoured bushland. It was the biggest missing persons case since Daniel more comedies peered. The people in Brookfield like the people right throughout Queensland are just very sad evened by this whole situation, especially because there are three young girls that have been left behind. Allison had three young daughters who were 10, 8 and 5. They were with their father when he was taken away by police. He was taken away in a separate patrol car and

thought that Allison's family will apply for full custody of the children. Thank you children. Thank you, children. Thank you, for that. We can't give a lot of the background until after he appears in the magistrate's court but it will be a very interesting Ahead - getting blue with the boss. The new ruling that says it's OK to swear at work. And, from the road, to rehab. Calls for all drink drivers to be sent for rehabilitiation. More of Sunrise in just a moment. 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! by Beacon Lighting's stocktake sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Making news this morning - more than three people a week are reported to be dying in Victorian hospitals as a result of hunger and thirst. The 'Herald Sun' says that adds up to more than 720 deaths over the past 4 years. Patient advocates say it's a disgraceful situation in a wealthy country. The paper says Victoria's Health Minister has promised an investigation. He says, Mr David day situates says I will seek urgent medical advice. It's hunger and thift. I would have thought that food and water you know, somehow... Be careful where you go there I think. There are a lot of people, they are not being you know, treated properly. There are a lot of people, surely

And there is a lot more too to it I think. There are things - you know, when people are basically on life support and things like that support and things like that the family, there is no chance of them recovering again. And that Right. There is all that sort of stuff in hospitals. It's not, healthy people sitting in a ward not getting... Not quite as clear-cut. It's a lot of people, something is going wrong somewhere? This whole issue of medical ugt This whole issue of medical This whole issue of immediate that is one of the taboo subjects. We need to check that Also making news - rehab for drink-drivers. The State Chief Magistrate in Tasmania is calling for mandatory rehab for people caught under the influence while driving. Michael Hill says 85 drink-drivers have faced jail in the past five years and the message isn't getting through. Hill reckons adopting an approach used in the US could solve part of the problem. Tell us, do you think rehab for drink-drivers would be effective here? Obviously if you are a repeat offender, there is a problem an underlying problem I would assume so it possibly could be a good idea. Jew do read about it from time to time, there are people who just don't get the message. Well over the limit, time and time again. There is a serious problem there

Maybe that's the Also making headlines - it's now OK to swear at the boss. Fair Work Australia has ordered the reinstatement of a security guard who was sacked after using the F-word to his manger. It found while swearing did amount to misconduct, dismissal was harsh. And Fair Work Australia added there was evidence bad language was common in the security guard's workplace. So, is it OK to swear at work? Tell us what you think. Working in an industry where I must say, swearing is quite on. People are expressive. Up in the news room, really? Gee, that's a long way from Sunrise. Am I getting my colleagues in trouble. Your boss, No, no, no, no, as I said before, I love my bosses dearly. Chris, Peter, I'm talking to you. That's right. But if ilts common in the workplace s that OK, maybe in a library people don't swear as much. You don't think people swear in libraries. Not in mine. Under their breath. What happens when the library klouses, it's wild in there New South Wales rugby league fans are celebrating this morning 'The Daily Telegraph' says the 16-12 win is a cure for the Blues. The series will now go down to a decider, with New South Wales supporters hoping to secure the series for the first time in since 2005. It's also been a night of celebrations for the AFL. Kangaroos champ Barry Cable was inducted as the 24th Legend at the annual Hall of Fame night. Chris Grant, Robert Harvey, Shane Crawford, Glenn Archer, Graham Cornes and the late Bob Johnson were inducted into the Hall of Fame. klchlt A big night of sport. Well done to the plus. That was a gutsy performance by New South Wales last night. Defensively early on. They were awesome. Brutal at times. Brutal. Later - the Aussie super gran who's just conquered Mt Everest. If you need inspiration to take on a challenge, this is it. But next, news, sport and weather together. You're watching Sunrise on the Seven Network.

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about sport. Which we are. Still to come - the accident that nearly cost Molly Meldrum his life. Now, six months on, he's back at work. And joining us live, News time first, though, here's Talitha. Hello again. Lawyers for Gerard Baden-Clay say he'll begin the fight to clear his name when he faces a Brisbane court today charged with the murder of his wife, Allison. The father of three is said to be devastated about the allegations. Allison's family has thanked everyone involved with the investigation. Her remains were discovered two months ago, 10 days after she went missing from the family's Brookfield home. Figures have emerged showing hunger and thirst have been partly or wholly to blame for more than three deaths a week in Victorian hospitals. News Limited has obtained the figures under a Freedom of Information request. Last year, 83 patients died directly of dehydration and 48 of malnutrition, with thirst and hunger contributing to 27 other deaths. The Victorian Health Commissioner says the number of deaths seems very high and warrants further investigation. The parents of the Australian lawyer being held prisoner in Libya say they know their daughter's done nothing wrong. Melinda Taylor and three colleagues from the International Criminal Court are being investigated by Libyan authorities for alleged spying. She's a wife, she's a mother, she's a sister, she's a daughter, she's a human being who's human rights here, really, at the present time, have been denied to her. Janelle and John Taylor say their requests to speak to Melinda have been denied. A review of New South Wales laws has found bail should be easier to get, especially for young people. It's reported the review recommends a presumption in favour of bail for all offences except serious sexual assault and violence. But a woman whose car was stolen by a Sydney gang and used in a mugging has told Seven News she wants tougher bail laws. Innocent victims like me whose entire lives are disrupted at a massive cost. Almost all the offenders involved in the mugging were already on bail for similar offences. At least 72 people have been killed after cities across Iraq were hit by a series of coordinated car-bomb attacks. Another 300 people were wounded during the wave of blasts, which were aimed at religious pilgrims. It's the third attack this week targeting the annual Shiite pilgrimage, when hundreds of thousands of faithful converge on Baghdad. No-one has claimed responsibility but it's believed Sunni insurgents are to blame. Hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes as a wildfire burns out of control in the US state of Colorado. More than 600 firefighters have only managed to contain a small part of it. The fire has killed one person. Across the border, in New Mexico, more than 200 homes have been destroyed. In finance news: Wall Street has lost 77 points following disappointing May retail sales which fell 0. sales which fell 0.2% sales which fell 0.2%. It really went against everybody's prediction there. Also, there is talk out Europe that the Eurozone may loosen there. Also, there is talk out of the austerity measures in Greece, as a way of keeping it in the a way of keeping it in the Eurozone. Oil has dropped below $ Oil has dropped below $83 US, the Aussie is just under parity. Time for It is on, just ask my friend here. It is New South Wales is a win away from snapping Queensland's 6-year stranglehold on State of Origin after an epic 16-12 victory at ANZ Stadium last night. When Cooper Cronk was sin-binned for a professional foul, the Blues piled on two quick tries, establishing a match-winning lead. The home side kept their noses in front with some desperate scrambling defence. These boys have shown they can win an Origin game, now they need to show they can win an Origin series. Very proud of the effort and the attitude and the commitment from the team, and ability to come back. Blues hooker, Robbie Farah completed a superhuman 63 tackles. Champion rover Barry Cable has been made the 24th Legend of the Game at the annual AFL Hall of Fame night. Six players were inducted into the Hall of Fame - Robert Harvey, Shane Crawford, Chris Grant, Glenn Archer, Graham Cornes and Bob Johnson. Round 12 of the AFL kicks off at Patersons Stadium tonight with Carlton up against West Coast. Catch all the action on Seven and 7mate, right around the country. , Two big nights of football, I can't take any more! Yes, I Let's have a look at the AFL tips ahead of tonight's start to round 12. The boys and girls have both tipped West Coast over Carlton. And we agree on the other five matches this weekend. Now, in last night's rugby league state of origin, So on the footy tips scoreboard, the girls are on 141 and the boys on 129. We'll have the NRL tips for you tomorrow morning. Now to today's weather. , Beretts, I've got information about

your stomach because as a regular office chocolate thief that you are, you are going to love what you're seeing in front of your very eyes. I know you are a chocolate tleef. You can smell it from a mile away. You see his head pop up from behind the desk and he is into it. Lolly, we are at a place called Sticky. The reason why, it's bringing back the whole school lolly. It's a full stage show. What could do you if you had total control of a lolly shop. How big could you go? Could you invent some new flavours? How radical could it be? Not only are we going big, you can personalise candy. Look at this. Created for a wedding. Erika and Michael. What a wedding, it was, gee, some good times there, I really enjoyed doing the nut bush there on the dance floor. Your mobile number, so you can he get your mobile number on a piece of candy, when you are out there in the clubs, you just go hi, how are you going, Grant Denyer, nice to see you, here's my number. Call me baby. Here is some sugar, sugar. Let's look at the forecast right around Australia. 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. An intense low is taking very strong winds, showers and thunderstorms from southern WA to South Australia. A low off the east coast is moving further away causing showers and surf to ease on the New South Wales and South-East Queensland coasts. Brisbane, fine. Mostly sunny for the rest of the week, with some light rain on Saturday. Partly cloudy in Sydney. Cloud cover tomorrow. Rain for the weekend. Mostly sunny on Monday. Canberra, cloudy. Some cloud cover tomorrow. Rain and showers on the weekend. Partly cloudy on Monday. Melbourne, windy showers. Overcast tomorrow. A shower or two for Hobart. A little rain clearing tomorrow. Sunny on Saturday. Showers early next week. Wind and showers easing in Adelaide. Showers tomorrow and onwards. Perth, showers and possible storms. Showers continuing tomorrow. Mostly fine on the weekend, some cloud about on Saturday. Late showers on Monday. Darwin, sunny. Mostly sunny tomorrow and onwards. , It's not just the flavours, it's not

just having your mobile number. It's about the size. It's about the show. And the rich yummy goodness that creates the good times about the size. It's about the stage

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amazed at the process. We will reveal that later on. We are to invent some new flavours I'm reveal that later on. We are going going with what is a horrible - burnt hair is going to be my flavour, you know how nice that smells. What else? Parmesan, doesn't that stink in maybe that could be a flavour. No. No. Imagine liquidating the bowel in that place. We will learn later. Have you made toffee apples with the boys. No, no, I haven't. We used to do that with the kids, it was fun. Here's a dessert that won't be for everyone, just Beretts. American fast-food giant Burger King has come up with the bacon sundae. The vanilla soft-serve is smothered with chocolate fudge, caramel, bacon crumbles and a topped off with a piece of bacon. If you're wondering, the bacon sundae contains 510 calories, or 2,142 kilojoules. That's revolting. You shouldn't knock it until you give it a try. Maybe you think that's nod. Some things I think can you decide ahead of time. Ask necessary, we have so much junk food. If you had been at state of last night, you would look at that in a whole different light. If you had been at state of origin

Imagine how many of those you could buy for 10 # Hey, Dirty, # Baby, I got your money # Don't you worry. # You can enter now. or send a text to 19 777 077 with your name and address. 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-maker at: And stay watching because we could be making you $10,000 richer in the next 60 minutes. When we come back - the new player in the airfare war. The budget carrier that's now flying to Australia. And, when Twitter campaigns backfire. How an entire country has fallen victim to a social networking disaster. VOICEOVER: OK. Established connection. Excellent fuel economy. Good. Airbags, seven of them. Perfect. Add blind spot monitor. Quality. The extra power of Hybrid Synergy Drive. Yes.

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A view of Sydney through the Jetstar Skycam. Partly cloudy and 19 degrees. , I'm getting vitamin D deficiency I think. It's amaze, isn't it? The airfare war is heating up with a new budget airline taking off in Australia. Singapore-based airline Scoot touched down at the Gold Coast for the first time, carrying around 400 travellers. It's offering low cost fares on its daily flights to Singapore from Sydney and Coolangatta. The airline has removed the aircraft's TV systems, , It's taken out the gallies. You have to order your food when you book. So they just put enough food on to cover the people who have ordered. Aviation editor at the 'West Australian' newspaper, Geoff Thomas, joins me now. Geoff, good morning. Are budget carriers the future of aviation? Look, indeed. When you are charging people fares of $158 to get from Sydney to Singapore or from the Gold Coast to Singapore, it's pretty great stuff. Of course, this is what Qantas did last decade with Jetstar and that's been their big Groth baby and this is the airline that's has really helped them through the financial crisis over the last few years and making good profits. So indeed, it really is the future. A lot of people would say though, it's a normal thing to think, money, saving on safety. Does that normally go together? Because this it's a normal thing to think, saving

airline is owned by Singapore Airlines, isn't it? So it has a pretty good Pedigree. Look, indeed, about 20 years ago when these low cost carriers appeared that's could be the story, but these days the low cost carriers have very strong parents-in-law many cases like Singapore Airlines or Qantas. They buy brand new air planes in most cases, the new technology et cetera and safety is absolutely paramount. Look, we all - a lot of people have been criticising Qantas for offshore staff, expanding Jetstar rather than the Pa Qantas brand but this justifies what it's doing? Look, indeed. I mean, if the government is going to liberalise air services in Australia and allow more competition, then our must be able to meet that more competition, then our airlines competition. That competition employs staff at local wages in Singapore or Thailand or even United States, pilots are paid less Singapore or Thailand or even the than they are in Australia. So, these lower costs are coming these lower costs are coming on to our shores, there is nothing we can do about them except become more innovative and more productive. What do you reckon will Qantas? Its share price late last week, dropped below a dollar. It's back up again guns all sorts of speculation that people are eyeing it it off. I hope that quan I hope that Qantas is not sold off and broken up. That would be a tragedy for all Australians. The management ever quan management ever Qantas is on the right track. They are in a perfect storm right now. Much of which is not of their own making. That has to be really understood. So, I am hoping it's not sold but once it's in play in the market, who knows. Who knows. When it's valued at a billion doll on on the share market and it has $ on on the share market and it has $3 billion in catch. Sfroo perhaps we should put our money together. You have You've got a deeper pocket than mine, Yeah, that could take a An entire country has become the latest victim of a social media disaster. Sweden has found itself in a PR storm after handing over the nation's official Twitter account to the general public. As a cultural experiment, one resident is permitted to run the account for a week at a time. But when a 27-year-old single mum took the helm she used it as a platform for some highly controversial comments about Jewish people. The Swedish Government says it won't remove the tweets. Advertising and social media expert Dee Madigan joins me now. Good morning. Dee, Sweden took a huge risk with this campaign. How bad is the result? You Actually I think it's good. I'm going against the grain. I don't think it is a disaster, when social media campaigns are manipulated and sensored that is when they become a disaster. I am not sure that they are racist, they are Odesnik. In Australia or America, they would have pulled the campaign. The first guy who guy who started it went by the name the mass tur baiting Swede. Some of her comments, it's hard to tell jews apart. I don't know why it is people hate juice. She is trying to work out what it is. This is a really uneducated woman. Her comments are bizarre. Nonetheless, I feel that sometimes being offended isn't the worse thing and censor ship is far worse than that. This is about all citizens and all points of view. She is not inciting hatred or violence, she is just an odd woman. Right. OK. We have had a few disasters over our recent history, Opposition Leader Tony Abbott is still getting over his own Twitter mishap. haven't? He asked for questions and got a few ones. He is a Ludite by his own administration. When he went on with his ask Tony, he was asking for it in a way. He wasn't taking it seriously. Instead of really engaging and answering the questions, people just went at him for trotting out the same thing. If he wants to answer questions, he should man up and go on 'Q&A'. Twit certificate not the place. There you go. Thank you for joining us this morning. Here a Kochie. The Queen has begun the latest leg of her Diamond Jubilee tour of the UK without Prince Philip, after his recent health scare. In place of the Duke of Edinburgh were Prince William and his wife. Tim Ewart has more. The Queen went to work as usual today, arriving in Nottingham by train and carrying on despite Prince Philip's continued absence. Her grandson, Prince William, and the Duchess of Cambridge were there to meet her as the latest leg of the Jubilee tour began. The Queen may be travelling alone for now but there is no shortage of well-wishers. She walked in the limelight here, her show it seemed, rather than William and Kate's. Nottingham got its very own balcony moment - three royals rather than four - but it was what the crowds had been waiting for. At a nearby park, where a school choir sang a specially composed Jubilee song, the event was to mark the Fields In Trust program of which the Duke of Edinburgh is president. There is no indication yet as to when Prince Philip will be back at the Queen's side in public. Trooping the Colour on Saturday will be the first opportunity, an event he will not want to miss. , As he said himself, he wouldn't be out of hospital if he wasn't getting better. He is the fittest 91-year-old, I know. If he could have been here, I think this is the event he would have come toment Kate accepted some flowers. Prince William regretted his grandfather's absence... My grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, who very sadly cannot be here today. Has been president for 64 ..and the place beside the Queen remained empty. , Oh. He will be back soonment Good stand ins though. News is next. Then, your chance to question the PM. Julia Gillard is live and on notice. 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seen due to low blood sugar and was rushed to the hospital. When Tom Cruise did step the Sage, he said " Cruise did step the Sage, he said "I'm sorry engineery couldn't be here tonight. I Noele be fine. We just found out that jerry is out of the hospital and relaxing in a man hat and hotel room. It was just very bad timing." And controversial queen of pop, Madonna, is on a flashing frenzy whilst on her tour. What's she exposed now? I know, I'm going to call her new tour a strip tease. That's what she is doing. A couple of nice she was in Istanbul and she knowed her nipple. In roam, she took her, is doing. A couple of nice nights

she showed her bear buttons to the entire audience. This is being very critical of her music. She is doing the same thing. She is the largest record sales dip, day putting with 400 sales one week and 40,000 the follow weeks. She has to start to go get press. Gee, that's just a bit wrong. follow weeks. She has to start strip

OK. Gee, that's just a bit wrong. OK.? In in so many ways. Thank you, Blair. You're watching Sunrise, and here's what's making news. Police charge Allison Baden-Clay's husband with her death. This morning, the investigation and the reaction from her family. From the economy, to boat people, the Prime Minister is live and on notice as you set the agenda. The stats showing a disturbing number of patients dying in our hospitals from hunger and thirst. The music guru in his first live interview since his accident. He talks music, family and making movies. I think they did a good job by selecting me and I gotta live up to it. # If you want to scream, yeah # Let me know and I'll take you there. # (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Nat. , Good on you, well done.

All the other plus fans in bed this morning after a big night of celebration. He is still to get there. He is on his way home. Good morning. Great to have your company on this Thursday morning. Mel's off, so Nat's squeezed in beside me. Let's kick things off with this morning's news. We're joined by Talitha Cummins. Good morning. Leading the news this morning - Brisbane father Gerard Baden-Clay is preparing to face court over the murder of his wife, Allison. He's pledged to fight to clear his name. Handcuffed and in the back of a police car... (CAMERA SHUTTER CLICKS) ..Gerard Baden-Clay charged with his wife's murder. The husband and father was taken to Indooroopilly Police Station late yesterday afternoon, where he was formally interviewed. He's devastated and his intention is clearly to defend the charges rigorously, thank you. On the April 19, police were told Allison Baden-Clay left her Brookfield home, in Brisbane's west, to go for a walk and never returned. Her disappearance sparked a massive search and captured the attention of not just Queensland but the entire country. As a mother, please, please help us find our dear Alison, our lives will never be the same. Nearly 200 police and SES volunteers scoured bushland and properties for days on end. Gerard Baden-Clay never went to the site. 10 days after Allison was reported missing her body was found on the banks of a nearby creek. The family home and Gerard's real estate business were turned into a crime scene. Allison was farewelled on May 11. Her three little girls held flowers. They were said to be her greatest achievement. Last night Allison's family released a statement, saying: To news just in now from overseas - cycling superstar Lance Armstrong is facing fresh doping charges. If proved, the action by the US Anti-Doping Agency could cost Armstrong his seven Tour de France titles. The allegations have to do with blood samples taken from Armstrong in 2009 and 2010. He has never before tested positive. New figures have emerged showing hunger and thirst are contributing to more than three deaths a week in hospitals across Victoria. Melbourne correspondent Nick Etchells has the details. Good morning, Nick. Where have these figures come from? Well, they have come from 'Herald Sun' newspaper Freedom of Information investigation and were given these figures saying that last year, 83 people patients in Information investigation and they

hospitals died of dehydration last year and a further 48 died from malnutrition. It should be pointed out too that these are not people who were dehydrated but died from other causes, they died from the dehydration or malnutrition. Health Minister, - sorry the health commissioner, down here has said dehydration or malnutrition. The

that those figures do seem quite high and has called for an investigation. It's not a uniquely Victorian problem. In England, in 2010, 200 people died in hospital of Mal ewe nigs r trigs Mal ewe nigs r Mal ewe nigs Mal ewe Mal 2010, 200 people died in hospital 2010, 200 people died in

malnutrition, it seems the problem is worse here in Victoria. The medical action - the medical error action group has suggested that of the reasons might be action group has suggested that some overstretched nurses not being able to supervise. Difficult packaging for old people to open. Hygiene protocols and it's a very complicated issue. The Health Minister down here has promised an investigation. Still some terrible figures. Thank you, Around 45 Western Australian schools in Perth, the south-west and Wheatbelt are set to reopen today after being closed by this week's wild storms. Western Power is working to restore electricity to around 15,000 homes. During the worst of it, 170,000 properties were blacked out. Adelaide looks to have escaped the worst of the passing storm front but Sunrise viewer Isabella sent us this spectacular shot of lightning off Glenelg Beach. There are calls for the Federal Government to apologise to New South Wales residents for introducing the carbon tax. New South Wales electricity prices are set to rise by an average of 18% with the state's pricing regulator blaming half that figure on the carbon tax. The Opposition says Julia Gillard knows what she should do. She could cut those increases in half by abolishing the carbon tax. The government insists households will be properly compensated as average power bills rise by $170. And, my producer insisted I read this story - , Not that I mind because this will be evened out soon! New South Wales State of Origin fans have partied into the small hours after their thrilling win over Queensland last night. Tens of thousands of overjoyed supporters spilled out of Sydney's ANZ Stadium after the 16-12 victory. Beretta has the full wrap-up in sport. Nat, were you getting emotional about it. I was very upset. I thought my microphone was I thought my microphone was off. Apologies. Before that though, I think left to Before that, though - left to die. The report that says more than three people a week are dying in Victorian hospitals due to hunger and thirst. In finance news: die, Wall Street, the Dow Jones has lost 77 points. Moodies has just downgraded Spain's credit rating, just about 10 minutes ago to BAA3. One more step and it's junk bond status. European markets were mixed. There is a report that Yze may loosen austerity measures to keep Greece in the Eurozone. To average yesterday, we were down 7 and 9 points on our share market. In fact, we like property more than anything else. Take a look at this. This is a new survey that's out showing where we think the wisest place for our savings. Real estate has come up to - it's highest reading in almost 7 years. So previously, the idea was keeping it in cash but now it is real estate. This is our outlook for our personal financeness ra year's keeping it in cash but now it is in

time. This is Australia. This is the fastest growing developed country in the world. And look how our sentiment is way, way down. It's the weakest reading in 22 years. So, despite the good economic news, we are not terribly confident about the future. We will put that to prime minister very shortly. future. We will put that to the Sport now here's Beretts. It's all about New South Wales. Nat needs a box of tissues. New South Wales has squared the State of Origin series but they'll need to beat Queensland on their home turf The Blues dominated the Maroons for most of game two last night but almost blew it, clinging on to win an epic clash 16-12. From the kick-off, the debutant set the tone. COMMENTATOR: Tim Grant with a magnificent opening exclamation. As New South Wales monstered the Queenslanders, rattled, the Maroons cracked. And the full-back, Brett Stewart! Stewart sliding the ball over - first blood to the Blues, Queensland making errors we don't normally see. They went to the air and Aku Uate made the unforgivable mistake of letting the ball bounce. It's gone to ground, picked up by Queensland and Ben Hannant has scored. 6-4 to Queensland, Seconds after the break Corey Parker suffered a deep gash. It was a blow for the Maroons followed by the turning point of the match - Todd Carney held back by Cooper Cronk, it cost two points and Cronk 10 in the bin. The man advantage gave Carney room to move. They're up the middle, the Blues, with Carney, passes, gets it to Stewart. He's got the pace, he's inside 20, he's inside 10, he scores! They went back to back to make it 16-6. Josh Morris is on his way, Josh Morris will score. It took something special to get Queensland back in it. Oh, Greg Inglis has scored for Queensland. Then something sneaky by Michael Jennings to save New South Wales. Oh, he was about to put it down. The Blues holding on 16-12. The decider, in Brisbane, in three weeks. Champion rover Barry Cable has been made the 24th Legend of the Game at the annual AFL Hall of Fame night. 68-year-old Cable played in excess of 400 senior games in Western Australia and Victoria and won multiple premierships. Six ex-players were inducted into the Hall of Fame, headed by St Kilda's dual Brownlow Medallist, Robert Harvey. I love the club and to see where its grown to, to a place and institution, to have been a part of it. Shane Crawford, Chris Grant, Glenn Archer, Graham Cornes and Bob Johnson , Barry Cable's great career and a kick to kick on Nat's front lawn. What about Graham Cornes as well. Look what he has produced as well, Chad and cane, he has produced an AFL dynasty. Absolutely, legend. , We need a bit of a sugar hit. The dynasty going on here in the Rocks. We are getting into it because spong. Thank Thank you very much. Give me that thing, scalpel. Lolly. That's not a stick. Check out the size of the stick beer using for our lolly stick beer using for our stick beer using for stick beer using stick beer stick. Check out the size of the stick. Check out the size of stick. Check out the size we are using today. It's called stick the Rocks. That is there, look at all that colourful goodness, Lily using today. It's called stick in

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, It's definitely a major breakthrough. The police haven't told us exactly how Allison died even though the toxicology reports came back a few weeks ago. Gerard Baden-Clay had been interviewed by police several times, before his home, office, as well as his parents home, had been raided with computers and mobile phones seized. He was brought into the Indooroopilly police station late yesterday afternoon, before his lawyer, Darren Marnie appeared. He spent about an hour in the police station with him. Marnie appeared. He spent about an hour in the police station with him. Marnie appeared. He spent about an hour in the police station with him. He came out and addressed everyone. That happened shortly after 6 o'clock last night and then he was handcuffed and brought to the watch-house which is right behind the court here where Gerard Baden-Clay will appear in just a couple of hours. I think the fact that Allison has left behind three little kids has really struck a chord with the community. How have people reacted to this development? Everybody is thinking about her three young daughters. It's a tragedy whatever way you look at it. They are 10, 8 and 5, they have no more and chck, their more and chck, more and They are 10, 8 and 5, they have no

mother and their father has been charge with their murder. Allison's parents are expected to apply for full custody of the children. They say they are relieved that there has been progress. But obviously they miss and love Allison. But last night, through a statement, they also thanked everyone that has been involved in this case. It has been a huge missing persons case. It has captivated the interest of not only people here in Brisbane, Queensland but right around the country and more than 180 police and SES volunteers have helped out. So people are glad that something has happened, but there is a very long road ahead for this court case as well as the three girls involved. Obviously a long process. Michelle, thank you for the The Prime Minister's wrapped up her economic forum in Brisbane with company tax rates a top issue. Over the past two days, government and business leaders have met to discuss the future of the economy. The PM says she supports a cut in company tax, but she wants business leaders to come up with ideas to offset the revenue loss. The Opposition branded the forum a PR stunt while some commentators say it was nothing more than a talk fest. So, was it? Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, good morning. The meeting was snubbed by the Tourism and Transport forum. It claims taxpayer bailouts are skewed to car makers. And now it's taken out full page ads What's your response to that? Kochie, right across the economy, we are working to protect jobs. We did that during the days of the global financial crisis and we're still doing it now. Our economy is strong and we were talking about that over the last day here in Brisbane. But some industries are under pressure because of our high Aussie dollar. Tourism amongst them and we will keep working with the tourism industry. I've met with them personally to see what we can do to help tourism operators through. We're seeing good numbers of inbound tourism, people from overseas who want to come and see our country but a big pressure is the high Aussie dollar makes it cheaper for Australians to go overseas and they are in record numbers. So we have got to keep working with tourism and manufacturing right across the economy to support Australian jobs. They are mad because every traveller leave lg the country from 1 July will be hit with a departure tax. They are saying a million Aussies are in the tourism industry and double the number of mining and automotive sectors combined. They are hurting. What are you going to do for them? This this new payment Atkinson airports is for people going overcease. They are not to be Queensland or to tourism test to be Queensland or to tourism

going overcease. They are not going destinations, they are on their way out of the country. We thought in the budget where we needed to make choices in order to return the budget to surplus, because that's best for jobs, and best for the economy, that increasing that kind of charge for people leaving our country, to go and spend their money overcease was a good place to earn an extra bit of rev an extra bit of revenue. We want to keep working with the industry. They have raised things with me about supporting cruise ships who come and bring overseas tours, skills and training in the industry, and we will keep will keep working on those issues with them. We asked our viewers to submit questions for you. Let's take a look at some. Via Facebook, Topsy Krett asks

Well, we're investing more in hospitals than any government has in the nation's history. We're stepping up to being an equal partner in the growth in hospital costs. A big problem for our country was that burden was falling on state governments, they just didn't have the money to keep putting into their hospitals so now we are working alongside them. When it comes to working with industry, we are working with major industries like car making. There are a million Australians employed in

manufacturing and the skills that come from having car making in your country, sport manufacturing more broadly. So it's important to hold those still, it's important to have that in our economy, because it means jobs for people. We received many questions about the carbon tax including this one from Lisa Zachary. She says: I've got an obligation to keep our economy strong, to keep working for a clean energy future, to make we are tackling klying but also, we are tackling klying but we are tackling klying climate change, to make sure we are a clean energy future, to make sure

those clean energy jobs. Our change, to make sure we are getting is strong now. We have got the strong growth since the those clean energy jobs. Our economy

strong growth since the global financial crisis. We have got low unemployment, interest rates going down. So, we can as a nation now address this challenge of putting a price on carbon and we can do it in a fair way while giving people tax cuts and the benefits of increased family payments and increased pensions. That message isn't getting through. For example, the outlook that the average Australian has to their family finances over the next year is at a 22 year low. Consumer confidence is still pessimistic. Europe's on the brink of a cliff of

tearing itself apart. Whether you agree with the carbon tax or not, beside the point, is it the right time to bring it in? Would you consider sort of saying, " consider sort of saying, "hey, I am a great believe in the carbon tax but I will delay it a year or I'll drop the $ drop the $23 a tonne which is one of the highest in the world to $ the highest in the world to $10 to help boost confidence, to ease that uncertainty)" Kochie, I think we have got to be fairly clear about what is causing uncertainty. I mean, we have just lived through the biggest global economic downturn since the great depression. I mean, the biggest

downturn, many of us will see in our life times so it's not surprising that there are some aftershocks that are worrying people and affecting their confidence. When they get in the morning and they watch your show and they hear about the news their confidence. When they get up

from Spain and Greece, then of course, that presses on people and it worries them but in all of that, post the global financial crisis, with the problems in Europe, there is nowhere else you would rather be in the world given the strength of our economy. And given the strength of our economy, we can conquer, challenges like putting a price on carbon and Kochie, we have to remember, there is a buy part SEN commitment to cutting carbon proceedings in our nation by 5% proceedings in our nation by 5%. So you are stick to go it. We have to get started otherwise it will ab really dramatic adjustment for our economy if we don't get started now. OK. All right. You are pretty steadfast on that, prime minister for your time this morning. We appreciate it. Thank you very Blues fans are celebrating this morning after last night's game 2 win over the Maroons. New South Wales dominated play before a late try gave Queensland the lead at half-time. But the Blues staged a comeback at the start of the second half to reclaim the lead. COMMENTATOR: Gets it to Stewart. He's got the pace, he's inside 20, he's inside 10, he scores! Brett Stewart scores his second try of the night. They then held off a strong surge by Queensland to win the game 16-12. The Blues now have a chance to break the Maroon's series-winning streak at the decider , How good was it? How brutal was it? Joining me now is former New South Wales player, Terry Hill along with former Queensland winger, Mat Rogers. Good morning. Terry, what did the Blues do differently last night? , I just think we were mentally tough. Mentally physical and it was just exciting. I've been to a world series and I've been to series and I've been to the grand final, I've even seen series and I've been to the NFL Rolling Stones but nothing compares. grand final, I've even seen the Matt, the some big hits on key players, was that a big difference. Jye think so but they were brave, they fought to the death and nothing would compare, it has been so long for them to take it to a decider I guess the New South Wales fans were up in arms. I am looking forward to game 3. I think one thing that Queensland probably struggled with a little bit was their attack. They looked a little bit disjointed. They will work on that, they will get that right and look out New South Wales. Matty, the ma roon' kicking game has come in for some criticism. come in for some criticism.? Their attack when they got down in the 20 metres, they didn't look as good as they did in game one and in previous years. That is something we will work on. Having that player off the field, Todd car any, definitely answered some critics. There were some great players out there. Greg incorporate list was fantastic, Slater was a little bit quiet due to the hurt in his knee in the first half. Full credit to New South Wales, they gutsed it out, they toughed it out, it was great to see a sold out stadium down there and all those Blues. It all those Blues. It was great to all those Blues. It was great to see New South Wales. The decider, what have New South Wales got to do? Leading into this game, I thought we would win and I thought we were going to struggle up there in game 3. But, the mental toughness, we showed last night. We haven't played that tough in at least six yeergs. There was bodies on the ground throughout the whole game. Blokes who went down injured that don't usually go down. There was such a physical - we physically matched them in the middle. I am confident to say now, we can go up there in game 3 and we can win. OK, that's confidence for you. Guys, thank you for your that it will be a great decider mtd , r r r , r r , r decide If you've entered the Allen's Cash giveaway, stay watching. After the break - we have $10,000 up for grabs. Then, exclusive. The Sunrise power week continues with superstar Usher. # If you want to scream, yeah # Let me know and I'll take you there. # Soon, millions of Australians receiving government payments will get additional help with their everyday expenses. An initial payment will automatically appear in your bank account from May 2012.

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This extra assistance will become a regular part of your government payment between March next year and early 2014. For more information, visit australia.gov.au The Household Assistance Package. Benefiting those who need it most. a lawyer for Gerard Baden-Clay says the Brisbane father is devastated after being charged over his wife's murder. Mr Baden-Clay is due to face court later this morning, almost two months after Allison Baden-Clay's remains were found near a creek. He's devastated and his intention is clearly to defend the charge vigorously, thank you. It's understood the couple's three daughters are being cared for by Allison's family. A Victorian mother and her sons have recorded the dramatic moments when they were kicked out of their public housing property. Tamara Stevens was home in Geelong when authorities began to drill into the door to get in. Eventually she opened up. Police! Tamara you need to leave now or we'll have to use a bit of force to get you out which we don't want to do - there are young children here. The Department of Housing says the mum was well behind in her rent but it will try to find her other accommodation. At least 72 people have been killed after cities across Iraq were hit by a series of coordinated car-bomb attacks. Another 300 people were wounded during the wave of blasts which were aimed at religious pilgrims. And there are reports cycling superstar Lance Armstrong is facing the loss of his seven Tour de France titles following fresh doping charges. It's believed the allegations involve blood samples taken from Armstrong in 2009 and 2010. He has never before tested positive. New South Wales is a win away from snapping Queensland's 6-year stranglehold on State of Origin after an epic 16-12 victory at ANZ Stadium last night. When Cooper Cronk was sin-binned for a professional foul, the Blues piled on two quick tries, establishing a match-winning lead. The home side kept their noses in front with some desperate scrambling defence. These boys have shown they can win an Origin game, now they need to show they can win an Origin series. Very proud of the effort and the attitude and the commitment from the team, and ability to come back. Blues hooker, Robbie Farah completed a superhuman 63 tackles. Champion rover Barry Cable has been elevated to Legend status at the annual AFL Hall of Fame night. Six ex-players were inducted into the Hall of Fame headed by dual Brownlow Medallist Robert Harvey. Shane Crawford, Chris Grant, Glenn Archer, Graham Cornes , Round 12 kicks off tonight with Carlton up against West Coast Eagles. Catch Eagles. Catch all the action on seven and Seven Mate right Black Caviar has started tuning up for the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot later this month. The unbeaten sprinter has been spending time on the water walker and doing some light trackwork as she looks to extend her remarkable unbeaten sequence to 22. , She is wearing New South Wales colours too, that's a good sign. Let's catch up with grant who has

Let's catch up with grant who Let's catch up with grant Let's catch up with Let's catch up Grant. We are making lollies you know what is even more better about lollies, they are fruit. This one over here is lime is lime . Then you've got peach. they are fruit. This one over here Grape fruit. A watermelon. Look at that. Are they healthy as well. Are they healthy as well.? Yeah, exactly.

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