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(generated from captions) on Labor's asylum seeker policy. Julia Gillard backs down This morning he's live. The hunt for a gang of youths in their seats. who left passengers cowering posts another racy photo Stephanie Rice ..who can keep up with me. That's a challenge. It's a breakfast TV exclusive. (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. is later in the show Florence Henderson , Was she nice She is probably the lovelyest interview ever. She was a to meet. Probably one of the interview ever. She was a pleasure kindest, nicest celebritiess I have ever spoken Also this morning - at Wimbledon a strong start for our Sam Stosur her opening-round jitters. as she blasts away The highlights are coming up. First though, here's Nat from the Seven newsroom. with the latest the government on asylum seekers whether it will negotiate with she was open to compromise. after the Prime Minister said It raises the prospect offshore-processing plan of Nauru being part of an it's not keen to negotiate. but the Coalition says What were really being asked to do a successful policy is to negotiate away we should do that. and I don't see why they want to stop people-smugglers Both sides of politics say on dangerous boat journeys. before more lives are lost Mining baron Gina Rinehart says of Fairfax Media she might sell her chunk on the board unless she is offered positions without any unsuitable conditions. Rinehart owns 18.6% of Fairfax After recent raids of editorial independence. but has refused to sign a charter 3 seats on the 8-member board. She's been reportedly seeking In a statement last night, a white knight for Fairfax Media, Gina Rinehart said she hopes to be which publishes 'The Age', 'The Sydney Morning Herald', and 'The Financial Review'. celebrating his freedom Jeffrey Gilham has spent the night with friends and family of murdering his parents. after he was formally acquitted against a retrial yesterday decided was quashed in December. after Gilham's 2008 conviction decision a miscarriage of justice. But his uncle Tony has called the "It's not over yet". I'd like to say to him, to the High Court. He's wants the DPP to appeal during a home invasion A man's been shot in the leg on the Gold Coast. forced his way into a home A man wearing a balaclava at Labrador last night, a handgun before demanding cash. threatening three people with has taken place A struggle or an argument a shot has been fired and as a result a gunshot wound to the leg. with one victim suffering with property. The offender has then left The man fled the scene in a car. Gold Coast hospital for treatment. The victim was taken to of an Australian travel agent Two men accused of the murder in Phuket are expected to face court today. in southern Thailand yesterday They were arrested of Perth woman Michelle Smith. over last week's murder outside her hotel Ms Smith was stabbed to death by a bag snatcher on a motorcycle. then issued a PhotoFit Police re-enacted the murder based on surveillance video. and description of the bike to Phuket to face charges. The suspects are being transferred a very rare birth - Indonesia is celebrating of an endangered Sumatran rhinoceros Asia's first birth in captivity in 123 years. which means "gift of god". The male calf has been named Andatu of a Sumatran rhino in the world It's the 5th known captive birth and the first in Asia since 1889. are critically endangered. Sumatran rhinos in the wild. There are only around 275 left biting the hand that feeds them. Still ahead this Sunrise - to stop buying at local businesses. The council telling its residents But first, here's Kochie. In finance news: , The Dow Jones has closed 138 The Dow Jones has closed 138.35. The Dow Jones has closed 138.

Investors getting very jittery of the European leaders summit and Investors getting very jittery ahead hopes are fading that they are going to take any desoois size I have action in trying to contain the debt issues in the region. Yesterday, in region . The fall in petrol prices over the past six weeks has been nothing short of dramatic and the price falls that are likely to take place over the next couple of weeks will be even more astounding. Savanth Sebastian is here to as sound us. How is this going to get Look, it will certainly get a lot better. Motorists are in a happy place but there are further reasons to celebrate. We have got prices at the moment hitting their weekly discounting lows which means that across some of the capital cities, you can be seeing fuel at about $ $1.15 to $ you can be seeing fuel at about you can be seeing fuel at about $1.

$1.15 to $1.17 a $1.15 to $1.

$1.15 to $1.17 a litre. That's quite substantial when about 2 weeks ago, we had petrol at close to $ we had petrol at close to $1.50. On we had petrol at close to $1.

the global front, risk aversion is rife. The Singapore unleaded price has fallen. Our Aussie dollar is holding up in these times and that's why we should see a lot of these falls on global pump prices so we are expecting another 5 cent drop in petrol prices over the next fortnight. More good news for us

Beretts has the sport. for the first time in eight weeks, Wayne Bennett's Knights have won at Hunter Stadium last night. upsetting the Tigers his mother's death started perfectly Robbie Farah's first match since as the Tigers raced to a 14-0 lead for what happened next - but the visitors weren't prepared 38 unanswered points Newcastle piled on to Timana Tahu. including at hat-trick is Timana Tahu. Turning back the clock tonight and down 14-0 - Lost five games in a row pretty special stuff. in camp today Farah will join his Blues team-mates to prepare for the Origin decider. The Demons have suffered a major setback with key forward Mitch Clark to miss the remainder of the AFL season with a foot injury. Clarke has torn ligaments in his foot and will meet with specialists today to see if he requires surgery. Meanwhile, the Bombers will be without Angus Monfries for at least the next three weeks due to a hamstring injury. Samantha Stosur has powered into the second round at Wimbledon with a impressive win over Carla Suarez-Navarro. The world number five dispatched the Spaniard in straight sets, 6-1, 6-3 to register her first win at the All England Club since 2009. Stosur was the only Aussie to win on day one, with Anastasia Rodionova, Jarmila Gajdosova and Marinko Matosevic all beaten in straight sets. , Here is what is on seven tonight. are going to kick off with Bernard Here is what is on seven tonight. We Tomic and then, it is Lleyton Hewitt and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Tsonga is the number 5 seed for the favourite, Lleyton at Wimbledon is dangerous. So there could be a big upset coming here. Lleyton got a wild card to get in. Look out for Lleyton. OK. All right.

, We are at the New South Wales police dog unit for a very special because not only is this an essential part of modern policing, dog unit for a very special reason

and the work that they do is extraordinary, the old canine and it's contribution to the world, but a year ago we met five very special little puppies, brand new to the world. I remember that, yeah. Big eyed, bushy tailed and ready to tackle crime head on. Next week is their first day of school. They are just - we are so proud. We are going to see them as they get set to become official police dogs. We are going to walk them through the process of what is the modern art of using the dog. It will be an exciting morning. The new batch of 2012. Let's look at the forecast right around Australia right around Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. get in bright and early. Shop online or in-store now. , They are called the A litter. That's how good they are. One week away from starting their first day of school. If you have ever sent a child off to school for the first time, you know it is a very emotional time. We have packed their backpack and they have got a new pencil case and their lunch box is full. You have to book in for what is called a cheers and tears lunch. That's what you do, you check the kids in and you go and have an emotional lunch with the mums. They grow so fast. See Still ahead - a house fit for a king and queen. Kate and Wills and their search for a family home. But next, the 737 jet chartered to fly just one asylum seeker from Christmas Island to Perth. Miaow. I know, puss. It's your dinner time. Miaow. Alright, then.

VOICEOVER: Whiska's Oh...So Meaty, packed with whole pieces of real meat you know your cat will love. Can I pay the bills now, puss? WOMAN: (SINGS) # I wanna be huddled and cuddled... # For business or leisure car rental, Red Spot offers drive-off inclusive drive-away rates with no hidden extras. 'The West Australian' reports a chartered Boeing 737 was used to fly one injured man from Christmas Island to Perth on Saturday. The man had been on the boat which capsized last week and he was accompanied by a guard and an Immigration officer on an aircraft which can carry 130 passengers. The Immigration Department says it was the quickest and best way to transfer the patient. The news comes as a new detention centre capable of housing 600 asylum seekers prepares to open within days at Northam in Western Australia. Seven reporter Geof Parry has been for a look inside. It's like a ministery Christmas Island detention centre, not lux ri just but not bad, it's all behind wire and electric fences. 600 adult men will live and play there They will mostly live two to a bedroom, and every day lunch and dinner will be prepared for them, they will eat in a dining haul where the only freedom is the furniture but they can learn to cook, attend English and other educational classes They classes They are well prepared to They are well prepared to integrate into the community. It will take 700 staff. Guard them, feed them and clean up, attend to their medical needs. It has been good for employment but the town is still divided. I don't think the fact that the facility is now here has changed opinions one way or the other. I think those who are against it, those in favour are still in favour. So I don't think there has been much change in sentiment. Their major Their major concern escapes. Their major concern escapes.. The electric fences will go live from day one. When detainees Christmas Island, the electric fences were off and dozens of them from day one. When detainees in

escaped. Originally planed to house 1500, the number was number was 6. Immigration says it can hold more if needed. We are only expecting to operate at 600. Geof Parry there. Now, still to come - do some mums go back to work too soon after having a baby? Plus, Gina Rinehart's son speaks out. The bitter dispute tearing her family apart. And Stephane Rice posts a photo in her bithday suit. So has she revealed too much? (BIRDSONG) (LAIDBACK MUSIC) WOMAN: Diarrhoea is a symptom that your digestive system is working too fast. Did you know Imodium Zapid melts on your tongue in seconds and works with your body to slow it down to its normal speed relieving your diarrhoea? In fact, 9 out of 10 users recommend Imodium. VOICEOVER: Trust mums to work it out. But sometimes the best way to solve big problems is with small changes.

Thousands of mums are now united and working together to improve their own family's health and change the shape of Australia. Join us and get tips, tools and tasty recipes at the Heart Foundation Mums United website. Together, we're changing the shape of Australia. by Beacon Lighting's stocktake sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in store now. Making news this morning - Julia Gillard's asylum seeker olive branch. The Prime Minister has offered to re-open talks with Tony Abbott on how to deal with illegal boat arrivals. A group of politicians representing all sides has already held discussions on border protection. So is Mr Abbott willing to negotiate and should Mr Abbott negotiate? We'll ask him after 7:00 but in the meantime, have your say. , They have to negotiate, don't they?

They just need to. This is almost an issue above politics. She has to give ground too. They have to negotiate means they both might have to Be open to other ideas but they Be open to other ideas but they have to find something. Kim Kardashian's mother, Kris Jenner, has defended putting her daughter on birth control as a teenager. The reality TV star told Oprah about going on the pill for the first time. When I did want to have sex for the first time, I was like, "I think I'm going to, and I want to" And she was like "Oh, so this is what we're going to do, "we're going to put you on birth control". Now, She was really open and honest. How old were you then? Can you share that? I was almost But her mum insists it was the best way to protect her daughter. When my older ones were growing up and Kim came to me and was very honest with me and said that "Mommy, I think I'm feeling sexual" and I'm thinking "God, here we go". I have five daughters - what am I going to do? Jenner says she made doctors appointments for her kids when they told her they were ready. So, tell us if you think Kim's mum made the right decision? Is there a right time, and how do you have that discussion? , So she was 14. You've got this ahead of you. Yes. What will you be doing. If she came to me at 14 and said I'm ready to have sex let's go on the pill, no, no. But what if she does go ahead? Is it better to protect her. You can't stop her. Hypothetically yes, but knowing she is my child, no, - I just listen to that and it's almost like a mum endorsed it, OK, if that's what you want to do Did she endorse it or just except reality. How did you go? We're asking you.

We have done segments on this program saying an enormous percentage of young women have their first sexual encounter when they are 13 or 14. Is it better to have a safety net for them. The difference between they are ri and reality is so different. I get all of that and I completely know why but I think, my girl no. Is that wrong. Lock her up. Yes, in a tower until she is 21. Boy, You heard that here first, stay away. I get the argument and yeah, I would rather they went on the pill and came out at 14 pregnant, absolutely. Do you allow them to do it tt t at home where you would rather know what is happening in a safe place what is happening in a safe place? Into No, I am just going to lock her up. I am glad I've got boys. If they want to take my daughter out. You've got some work to do. is attracting more attention out of the pool ahead of the London Olympics. Rice has posted a photo online in a bikini given to her for her 24th birthday. She's been in hot water before on social media, so has she leaned anything? And is the photo too racy? Tell us what you think. Oh, enough, like let's back off our swimmers. She is in a bikini, it's her birthday. She looks amazing. Don't we pick too much? We look for stuff, let's just relax. She is in great shape. Remember we he had dinner with Tom Harley. He was talking about his retirement, the Geelong premiership captain, a mate of hand says " mate of hand says "the day of you you look at yourself in the mirror for a couple of minutes because that is the best shape you will ever, ever going to be in." It's the same. Look, she looks sensational zblchlt I would be taking photos of myself if I looked like that. She is three weeks out of the from Later - the online shopping trap that could leave you out of pocket by thousands. How to avoid getting stung. But next, the news headlines. You're watching Sunrise. And if you're heading into Sydney's CBD, you can pick up some fresh heat-and-eat soup. It's free, and it's thanks to our friends at Woolies. They're down at Wynyard Park. 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! # On the line, call me, call me any, anytime # It's tax time. And we have a refund cheque ready for you with $10,000 up for grabs every day in the new Sunrise Call. To enter, just ring 1902 557 707 and register or send a text to 19 777 077 with your name and address. Entries close at 4:30pm Eastern Time. If we dial your number tomorrow 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 after 8:00. But stay watching, because our first lucky winner is coming up in the next 60 minutes. Still to come, exclusive! The woman the world knows as Mrs Brady. Both Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott are facing pressure from their own MPs to come up with a solution to stop people smugglers. Following the latest asylum seeker boat tragedy, Julia Gillard has again raised the possibility of compromise talks with the Opposition but it's clear, serious differences remain. We want the Coalition to come to the negotiating table, they're insisting Nauru be part of that in solving this problem. What were really being asked to do is to negotiate away a successful policy and I don't see why we should do that. Some backbenchers are furious lives continue to be placed at risk. Unions are calling for increased security on buses after passengers were terrorised by a gang of teenagers on the Gold Coast. Up to 30 teens descended on a bus at Burleigh Heads on Sunday night, smashing windows and doors. It makes me feel very sad that these guys are out there driving. They're just doing their job. They're looking after the public and they can't feel safe anymore. The driver and around 15 passengers escaped, frightened but uninjured. The company has been forced to hire security guards. Police in Bali are investigating whether a Sunshine Coast surfer was murdered. Mark Ovenden's body was discovered next to a crashed scooter on Thursday. It was initially thought his death was an accident but an autopsy has found the 34-year-old may have been suffocated. We find only non-fatal injuries including bruising and lacerations on the face and back of body. Friends say Ovenden failed to return from a massage two days earlier. The South Australian Coroner has called for a major review of shopping trolley safety following the death of an elderly woman at a suburban shopping centre. 76-year-old Irmgard Polklaser was crushed while grocery shopping with her husband Walter in August 2010. I fell backwards. At the time I didn't know I'd knocked my missus over. She died in hospital three days later. The coroner found her injuries were caused In finance news: , It's a pretty nervous week a week ahead of the big Euro summit of leaders at the end of the The Dow Jones has finished down 138 points. European markets down as well as investors think these leaders aren't going to come up with any groundbreaking strategies to help the region out of its debt problems. To our region yesterday, problems. To our region what about this Bill bong share price, almost halfed, to 96 cents. Remember in February, it rejected a take over bid worth $ take over bid worth $3. take over bid worth $3.30. It closed yesterday at 96 cents. You would want the hide of those directors, wouldn't you? The Demons have suffered a huge injury blow with Mitch Clark to miss the remainder of the AFL season. The key forward tore ligaments in his foot during Melbourne's win over the Giants on Sunday. He'll will meet with specialists today to see if he requires surgery. Clark's injury is similar to the one that ended the career of Hawthorn premiership star Trent Croad. But the Demons are hoping Clark's injury is less severe. The Knights have snapped a 5-game losing streak with victory over Wests Tigers in Newcastle last night. Robbie Farah started like a man possessed in his first match since the death of his mum, Sonia. But the Tigers ran out of steam allowing the Knights to pile on 38 points including a hat-trick to Timana Tahu. Meanwhile, Bulldogs flyer Ben Barba is set to be named in a 20-man Queensland squad today for the Origin decider. 5-times champion Venus Williams is out of Wimbledon after losing in straight sets to Elena Vesnina. Samantha Stosur made sure she didn't join the list of early exits, dispatching Carla Suarez-Navarro in straight sets. Probably one of the best matches I've played on grass in recent years. That's a good feeling. Belgian Xavier Malisse proved too strong for Aussie Marinko Matosevic. Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer easily advanced to round two. Let's check the footy tips. The girls picked four winners in round 13 of the AFL including the Swans. The boys got three right. In the NRL, neither picked Newcastle last night. The girls tipped four winners in round 16 while the boys tipped three. Ncht so they got two extra in that round. This is just turning into a great shellacking. Let's leave it for now and go to the weather. Good morning, Grant Denyer, on patrol with the dog squad. This is just like police academy, I always wanted to be High Tower. Anyway. I digress. This morning, very exciting because graduation, well, not graduation but starting first day of school. It might be in the middle of the year. I don't know if you remember this. We met a couple of fresh faced little brand new puppies that were about to embark on their journey of a lifetime. We are at the New South Wales drug detection centre here in in men eye in Sydney where 100 dogs help the fighting force and protecting the state of New South Wales. Remember the pictures, they were so cute. That is when we first met them. There was a public poll to name them. They are the A team of the police the police force. Amber, angel, ace. Astro named bit public to defend the public. This week, they start and we are going to meet them in just a second. Let's have a look at the forecast around Australia. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in-store now. Cool south-west winds in Tasmania, Victoria and southern New South Wales. A series of troughs are triggering rain over eastern Queensland. A low is bringing rain to the mid-west coast.

Brisbane, mostly cloudy and some light rain. Rain tomorrow and until Friday. Partly cloudy on Saturday. A possible shower in Sydney this morning. Possible showers tomorrow. Mostly sunny for the rest of the week except for some cloud cover on Friday. Some early frost and cloud in Canberra. Partly cloudy tomorrow and on Thursday. Showers later in the week. Melbourne, mostly sunny. Sunshine until Thursday. Afternoon showers on Friday and Saturday. Hobart, fine. Partly cloudy tomorrow and until Thursday. The chance of some early rain on Friday. Clearing with some cloud on the weekend. Partly cloudy in Adelaide today and tomorrow. Showers developing later in the week. Perth, windy showers today and tomorrow. A possible shower on Thursday. Some cloud cover on Friday. Fine on the weekend. Darwin, sunny. Sunny conditions for the rest of the week. , Do you want to meet them. Do you want to meet them.? They grow up so fast. Bring them in. A year on and ready to start school, their first day of school, Amber, ankle, ace, angel. What a difference makes. You guys are so enthusiastic ace, angel. What a difference a year particular and eager runt? the excitement in their little faces. particular and eager runt? Look at

They are so cute. Only 15 make it through every year. It is such a demanding and precise skill. They skill. They are bread for it. are ready for it. They track down and finally find Australia's most skill. They are bread for it. They

wanted criminal, Malcolm named after 7 years on the run. They're essential for our force and great to wanted criminal, Malcolm named even

see them. Good looking puppies. Aren't they beautiful? If you're planning a holiday, Jetstar has the deal for you with up to 60% off selected flights here and overseas. Fly between Melbourne and Adelaide for just $29 per person or Perth and the Gold Coast for only $65. Conditions apply. And the sale ends at midnight tonight so be quick. To book visit: After the break, how to live debt free. My special series continues to get you financially fit at tax time. And why milk isn't just milk. How to know what you're really buying and what's best, next. When our customers are happy, so are we. So you can imagine how pleased we are that thanks to our loyal customers, Apia has been named Australia's Most Recommended Car and Home Insurance Brand yet again. So if you're over 50, find out how Apia makes insurance such a rewarding experience. Call 13 50 50 for a chat today. , fnchts the husband sat on the wife's bed. He had to have one wife's bed. He had to have one foot on the floor. Really. The scandal, My interview with Florence Henderson on the TV role that made her famous and a little scandalous. But for now, a look at Sydney through the Jetstar Skycam. The chance of a shower this morning, and 16. New South Wales public teachers are defying a court order to walk off the job tomorrow. The Industrial Relations Commission ruled against the strike, but the union says it won't take any notice. Thousands of teachers are expected to take part in the 24-hour action. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew has the details. What are the teachers striking about? They are striking over changes that are being rolled out in South Wales schools, the State are being rolled out in some New Government here says are designed to give the power back to schools. Prals are able to hire up to 50% of their staff and also 70% of budget. They are also able to hire skal use staff and that their staff and also 70% of their

skal use staff and skal use staff skal use budget. They are also able to hire budget. They are also able to budget. They are also able to hire casual staff, that's what has the unions worried. Perhaps that it comes down to a teacher's personal relationship with the principal. Now, they want the education minister to sign what they calling a putting students first charter. That's a guarantee that minister to sign what they are

among other things, class sizes will not be increased. That overall spending will not be decreased. There is no decrease in positions. So far the education minister has refused to sign that so they are going ahead with this 24 hour strike. All right, we are there. We've booked a babysitter. How many students will be affected by 750,000 across 2, 750,000 across 2,200 of the state's public schools. Not all of the students will be affected by this?

schools will be closed. They are advising to check with your school. Perhaps there might be limited supervision or they may leave some classrooms open. Best to check with your school and arrangements. Mel. Just run us through, that with Industrial Relations Commission ruling against it, saying it Just run us through, that with the

shouldn't happen, are there going to be any re Asperger's cushions do you know? There can be a $ There can be a $10,000 fine against the New South Wales teachers federation. They know that. They have - they are willing to go with the strike so they are willing to cop that fine if they do. have - they are willing to go ahead

Hopefully they will reach some rest lugs today but that this has been going on for quite some time. So it's possibly unlikely. Thank you for Ex explaining it. See you soon. We'd all like to live debt-free. , Gather all your bank statements, go through with them with your partner with a glass of wine. The easiest way to keep track of your budget is on your computer. The next step is slimly to list all the money you receive each month and total your income. List all your total expenses and then total them. Hopefully, your income covers your expenses. If not, work out either how to increase your income with a second job maybe or a part-time job or decrease your expenses. Finally, look at setting savings targets. Decide how much you can afford to save and for each pay period and put it away. Now, family budget is just essential for period and put it away. Now, a everyone. Go to our website. We have got a link to one you can do on your

computer. Joining me now with more is Mark Yellow Brick Road. Good morning. Mark, most Australians have home loans and this is actually an area where people can cut down on debt, isn't it? Bouris. It's pretty simple. The thing that pays your mortgage off faster is your interest rate. So look around, get the cheapest interest rate you possibly can. There is a lot of good deals going around at the moment. The banks are back to actually putting up great rates. If you can save $ save $100 a month by getting a cheaper interest rate, over a 30 year period, using compounding, you can say up to $ can say up to $37,000 off your mortgage. The power of compounding. Nothing more powerful than compounding. Look for the best price in the marketplace. You can do little things like if you

are on a monthly repayment plan, change it to fortnightly. Nnchts a month there are more than two weeks. So you are actually paying plus a little bit. Every time you can reduce your principal by that little extra. You can pay less interest, the power of the compounding kicks in. Little tricks. Another good trick for this time of year because we are coming to the end of the financial year is your superannuation. Employer contributions from super funds in the past all add up so consolidate your super. Well, there is a rule out there apparently at the moment, on average, Australians have three separate superannuation funds they are paying three separate lots of fixed fees. Consolidate your separate superannuation funds so

super. Go to the Superseeker part of the ATO's website. They the ATO's website. They will tell you how to consolidate it all. Pay one you how to consolidate it all. Pay one lot of fees. Have a look at what your fund manager is investing in. There is a feeling they are investing in equities far too much. Look at your option. You have plenty of choices. Don't go for the big risky ones if you can't live with that. Mark, got good to see you. Good on you, The supermarket war has forced two Australian milk brands back to basics. Dairy Farmers and Pura have announced their milk will no longer contain permeate, a cheap-watery by-product of milk processing. Instead, consumers will be given milk as close as possible to the natural product. But of course at the supermarket it's virtually impossible to know which brand is best. Milk that High kals um, high preTina, soy, light, skim, high kals yum with vitamin D or extra dollop I just want milk that tastes like real mill real milk. This tastes like full cream milk and only 2% fat. Smart choice. I love that Nutritionist Susie Burrell joins me now. Good morning. There are so many options. Which milk is best? ad. There are generally three times of milk, full cream mill, milk, full cream mill which contains about 4% or reduced milk which contain about 2% fat, and then there is your low fat milk that have less than 1 gram of fat. The key message is the milks are starting to get rid of permeate which consumers don't want in our milk. We don't want it even outed by a by-product of cheese products. We want that doesn't contain permeate is a first step available. What are the best fat free option sns should we always go for fat free unless you've got a little baby, they say you should put toddlers on full cream? So until someone reaches the age of two years, once they are over 2, they can go to a reduced fat or light milk. I tend to prefer the reduced fat milk because they got a better mouth feel, then filling and got more reduced fat milk because they have

filling and got more kals yum and got a better mouth feel, then more protein than skim milks so as long as it says light or reduced fat or preferably something that says permeate free. That will be a good choice for the family. Comparing the full cream to one of the re Deesed, it's 10 grams of milk versus 4. It is quite significant, whether you are having full serves. The only benefit is extra fat, there is no extra kals yum in it t really is just the saturated fat. If you enjoy one coffee a day, that's probably no issue but you are the children are having milk 2 or 3 times a day and choosing a light or reduced fat milk is better. There is also rice milk, soy milk. What are I get asked more questions than about these milk. If you have food What are those?

allergies and can't a vir day. There are option such as rice milk. If you don't have food allergy, they have the kals yum and the preTina of don't have food allergy, they don't rnling original milk, unless it's a personal preference or you do have the food allergies. Most importantly, if you do importantly, if you do choose to have a rice milk, you need to make sure it has kals yum, otherwise it can be shrug ri water. You are not getting the key knew Reith ents you have a milk products. getting the key knew Reith ents when Don't drive those for the kals yum. Only if you have the food allergies. Or just drink water. Thank you very much, Susie. I've got a headache. Just by the lightish one, the middle one. Gone are the days. I buy normal milk When we used to tie the horse up and go to the deli and ask for a bottle of milk and a loaf of breed. The middle section. You that's only if you've got an allergy. Forget work. Pick a nice colour, it's obviously. Picking milk and bread is so stress News is coming up. Then, a fresh swimming scandal. Stephanie Rice strips down and creates a controversy with a racy photo she sent around the world. And, Charlie Sheen drinking again. But this time he won't return to rehab. Find out why, next. VOICEOVER: Now you can turn your world into a shinier place. New Finish Quantum's unique capsules are bursting with ultra shine technology... ..that actively removes cloudy spots and water marks, leaving nothing behind but a brilliant shine, our best ever. Join Medibank hospital and extras by June 30 and get one month free. Plus, claim straightaway on most extras. Join Medibank today. Hurry - offer ends soon! (GUITAR MUSIC PLAYS) I'm planning to be here for a long time yet. But I decided it was a good idea to put a few dollars a week into an Apia Funeral Plan. When the time comes, they'll provide my family access to as much as $30,000. And you're guaranteed acceptance if you're under 75. Sign up today and Apia will thank you with a bonus six-month magazine subscription. That's why everyone's talking about Apia. And Charlie Sheen is drinking again but this time he won't be going to rehab if things go pear-shaped. Well, because he is unapologetic about this, he is talking a lot about his new serious, about his new serious,'Anger Management'. When pressed to discuss his substance abuse issues. Here is what he had to say. The regret would be that I was so vocal about people I shouldn't have been that vocal about when I had to take a look at my part in it. So you are no longer doing drugs. I am not. But you do drink. Who doesn't. You drink. People who go through rehab don't drink. I don't believe in rehab any more. It's not a one size fits all. He does point out that the job that matters the most is not his acting, it is parenting. So expect him to focus more on that in the weeks, months and years ahead. Moving on, and the star of 'Frasier', Kelsey Grammer, is being named in a multimillion dollar lawsuit. What's the story? Well, no, he is a bit of a grump. Those of us who know him knows he is a bit after grump. He has been added to a list of defendants, in a upon to a list of defendants, in a Ponzi scheme. He claims he lost 1 million dollars in this scheme but other plaintiffs are saying that his image was used in the scheme. He could pay more. All right. Thank you, Nelson, see you soon. Now for the top stories this Sunrise. Julia Gillard backs down on Labor's asylum seeker policy. But will Tony Abbott negotiate? This morning he's live. A man shot in the leg by a masked intruder in an overnight attack. The hunt for a gang of youths who left passengers cowering in their seats. Stephanie Rice posts another racy photo but has she revealed too much? Florence Henderson on her TV family and her search for a new man. If you know a nice Australian bloke... Yeah, my dad. ..who can keep up with me. That's a challenge. It's a breakfast TV exclusive. (SONG) # Reach out for the sunrise # Reach out for the sunrise. # Right across Australia, this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central, Kochie and Mel. Hello again. Florence Henderson is coming up this hour and, as you'll see, she was just a treat. Also ahead - a strong start for our Sam Stosur at Wimbledon. The highlights of her first round win are coming up. So let's keep things moving with Nat and the latest from the Seven Newsroom. Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott have hostile meetings with their own MPs today as pressure mounts for a deal on asylum seekers. Political reporter Alex Hart joins us in Canberra. Good morning, Alex. What are the chances of an agreement being reached? Well, time is running out. There are only three days now until parliament rises for its 6 week winter break on Thursday. There was flicker of hope late yesterday when the Prime Minister said that she was open to more discussions with the opposition about a about a deal and more policy concessions but that was quickly dismissed by the coalition Julia Gillard had made no contact dismissed by the coalition because with Tony Julia Gillard had made no contact with Tony Abbott about these new

negotiation negotiations and the indication was no no formal approach would be made. The further doubt placed on this when he said the would be made. The further doubt was opposition may not support any with the government, even if it included its preferred options of opposition may not support any deal

offshore processing in Nauru ewe, taurning offshore processing in Nauru ewe, offshore processing in Nauru ewe Nauru, and turning back the boats. This government is the pool factor. They are the problem. They have no credibility out there, I think to pull any measure off. Following last week's tragedy, there have been significant back bench unrest. There were some talks to try and find common ground on this, they are expected to express their frustration directly to their leaders when party room meetings are held later today. Thank you, Two people have been charged over a fatal hit-and-run in Sydney's south-west. A young woman died in hospital on Monday, a day after a car slammed into her motorbike at Fairfield West. Police have been searching for a Toyota Corolla ever since. Yesterday, officers seized car parts after following a driver to a home in Fairfield Heights. They believe it recently underwent front-end repairs. A man and a woman will front court next month. A manhunt is underway on the Gold Coast after a man was shot in the leg during a home invasion. A man wearing a balaclava forced his way into a home at Labrador last night, threatening three people with a handgun before demanding cash. A struggle or an argument has taken place and, as a result, a shot has been fired with one victim suffering a gunshot wound to the leg. The offender has then left with property. The man fled in a car. The victim was taken to a Gold Coast hospital for treatment. And we'll get a live report on that manhunt on the Gold Coast shortly. Two men accused of the murder of an Australian travel agent in Phuket are expected to face court today. They were arrested in southern Thailand yesterday over last week's murder of Perth woman Michelle Smith. Ms Smith was stabbed to death outside her hotel by a bag snatcher on a motorcycle. Police re-enacted the murder then issued a PhotoFit and description of the bike based on surveillance video. The suspects are being transferred to Phuket to face charges. Mining baron Gina Rinehart says she might sell her chunk of Fairfax Media unless she is offered positions on the board without any unsuitable conditions.

After recent raids, Rinehart owns 18.6% of Fairfax, but has refused to sign a charter of editorial independence. She's been reportedly seeking 3 seats on the 8-member board. In a statement last night, Gina Rinehart said she hopes to be a white knight for Fairfax Media, which publishes 'The Sydney Morning Herald', 'The Age', Indonesia is celebrating a very rare birth. Asia's first birth in captivity of an endangered Sumatran rhinoceros in 123 years. The male calf has been named Andatu, which means "gift of God". It's the fifth known captive birth of a Sumatran rhino in the world and the first in Asia since 1889. Sumatran Rhinos are critically endangered, there are only around 275 left in the wild. Coming up - swimming's new scandal. The fallout as Stephanie Rice strips off on social media. But first here's Kochie. , Is that really a scandal. Some people think so. We will talk about that later. , The markets are very nervous of the summit of European leaders The markets are very nervous ahead later this week. There is an increasing belief that these politicians just will not come up with a decent strategy to solve the region's debt problems and as a result, financial markets go south. Bill bong shares halfed yesterday to 96 cents. Remember, they knocked back a steakover at 3. back a steakover at 3.30 a share in February. If you are a shareholder, you would be really cranky with your board of directors as a result of that ., Expect another 5 cent a litre at the petrol pump over the next few Expect another 5 cent a litre drop Wayne Bennett's Knights have won for the first time in eight weeks, upsetting the Tigers at Hunter Stadium last night. Robbie Farah's first match since his mother's death started perfectly as the Tigers raced to a 14-0 lead but the visitors weren't prepared for what happened next - Newcastle piled on 38 unanswered points including at hat-trick to Timana Tahu. Turning back the clock tonight is Timana Tahu. Lost five games in a row and down 14-0 - , They had to find some belief tonight and to their credit they did so. So that's special stuff pretty special stuff. to prepare for the Origin decider. The Demons have suffered a major setback with key forward Mitch Clark to miss the remainder of the AFL season with a foot injury. Clarke has torn ligaments in his foot and will meet with specialists today to see if he requires surgery. Meanwhile, the Bombers will be without Angus Monfries for at least the next three weeks due to a hamstring injury. Samantha Stosur has powered into the second round at Wimbledon with a impressive win over Carla Suarez-Navarro. The world number five dispatched the Spaniard in straight sets, 6-1, 6-3 to register her first win at the All England Club since 2009. Stosur was the only Aussie to win on day one, with Anastasia Rodionova, Jarmila Gajdosova and Marinko Matosevic all beaten in straight sets. It is a contractor coming up on seven, how is this, Bernard Tomic and then Lleyton Hewitt takes Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Now, Tsonga is and then Lleyton Hewitt takes on the number five seed in the tournament. He would be packing his dacks on taking on Lleyton. Lleyton is a danger man. I love your faith. Let's go to Grant. Good morning again. Speaking of packing your first day of school, remember the Speaking of packing your dacks, nerves, excitement, but you just didn't know who your teacher was going to be, whether you would friends. I never had a union friends. I never had a uniform that ever fight me. They were always going to be, whether you would make

oversized. My mum said I would grow into them one day. Puppy love, first day of school for the brand new batch of police dogs. We met them a year a they are the A team and we are here for their very first lesson. Welcome inside to the classroom. This is their first ever test. They are going to be watching a veteran at work because the roll they play in they play a veteran at work because the a veteran at work because the role they play in the community is essential. You are looking at Bev, drug detention. Lesson one. Straight on it, the nose was in fine form. Locating the narcotic. They on to find explosive, not only just form. Locating the narcotic. They go drugs but they why an attack component as well. component as well. . Locating body, just another skill. So the next 16 drugs but they why an attack

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pros but thank any at the moment, no poos, no peaing, so far it has been going well. You must be like a proud dad. As come dad. As commander of this unit but it's a big moment. Yes, advertise a great time. Yes, advertise a great time. To have Yes, advertise a great time. To Yes, advertise a great time. To stee shem start course this week, next it's a big moment.

week. week. It's a great thing. What they do is tremendous for the shem start course this week, next

community is bigger every day. Our dogs are involved in nearly every search operation that's conducted throughout the state and yeah, they are an essential part of that. Without them, the operational police would be far worse off. You can't help but just wipe a little one from your eye, first day of school. What a milestone. We will put them through some more Can our leaders move politics aside to break the stalemate on asylum seekers? with the Coalition. Up till now, the two parties have been at loggerheads over Labor's plan to send asylum seekers to Malaysia. I'm joined now by Opposition Leader Tony Abbott. Julia Gillard said she's willing to negotiate. , Your colleague is quoted in the papers to today wonder whg last week's tragedy had have been avoided if he had voted in favour of the Malaysian solution. Do you agree with him. Look, Kochie, I think this is a very difficult problem but let's never forget that this was a problem that the Howard government faced and the Howard government solved by putting in place rigorous processing at Nauru, temporary protection visas and the option of in place rigorous offshore

turning boats around. These were the policies that worked in the past. I think they can work again in the future Do you agree with Tony Crook that it may have been able to have been future and

avoided if you had let the Malaysia solution go. You had voted for it? Let's never forget, Kochie that there have been 8,000 illegal arrivals since the 800 for 4,000 people swap was put in place. Now, the best cow say of Malaysia was that it was a band Dade on a bullet wound. It was wound. It was completely inadequate to dealing with the scale of the problem. There were no human rights protections. The government wasn't going to send juveniles and women back to Malaysia. It was just a dud deal for Australia as well as being a cruel deal for both people. So is Tony crook a bit misguided in thinking that? He is a very decent human being and all of us are right to consult our consciousness in the face of tragedy but having consulted my consciousness, having discussed this with my shadow cabinet, I am very confident that the position that the coalition has had for a decade and which has stopped the boats is right one. Would any Would any amount of negotiation change your mind. Julia Gillard is saying, let's put this above politics. I think most Australians would agree on. Will you put yourself above politics. Will you negotiate? I think the Prime Minister is playing politics with the best of them right now. She hasn't picked up the phone. She hasn't dropped me a line. There hasn't been a email. If she do, will you negotiate? Kochy I think what the public want here is not more talk. There has been plenty of talk. They want effective policies. That's sort of - I only need a yes or no from you on that. Will you negotiate? Well, what is there to The Prime Minister just wants us to accept a dud deal. Now, So no. She hasn't moved on at all. If she does though, will you meet her halfway? Well, if she wants to put good policies in place obviously we will support good policy but we are not going to support bad policies. The job of an opposition is not to make weak compromises with a government that's failed. We might be able to negotiate here between our politicians but it seems to me Indonesia is sort of at to me Indonesia is sort of at the root of this. The amount of corruption in that country that lets these boats leave is absolutely staggering. When you look at the timeline of last week's tragedy, the means basically left them alone after that first distress signal. Do we need to get toufr with Indonesia and say " and say "don't just give us the talk, act to help us and stop the boats leaving your country." I think one of the big problems here is the way the government has completely mishandled the relationship with Indonesia. Instead of talking quietly with the mean, they have engaged in Meg phone diplomay, What would you do with Indonesia? Well, they have done the same thing with Indonesia that the Prime Minister has tried to do with Minister has tried to do with the

coalition now. It's negotiation through the media. That doesn't work. What you've got to do is show genuine good faith, sit down, with the people of Indonesia, work out what they can do, what we can do genuine good faith, sit down, talk

Haven't been doing that for years though? Certainly that is what John Howard and Philip Ruddock did and Alexander Downer did. That's why we had a relationship that did enable to be effectively turned around. What is different in dealing - I relationship that did enable boats

part from the mega phone politics, what did you offer under the Howard regime, the people of Indonesia for them to be serious about this did you give them extra aid or money? We treated them with respect. We treated them as equal partners. We treated them as people who were fair dinkum with them as we were fair dinkum with them. That is what it will hasn't been from this government. This has been a dinkum with them. That is what this

government that just doesn't get it on anything. It hasn't treated the people of Indonesia decently. That's the difficulty. Tony Abbott, it will be a fascinating week leading up to the winter recess. I appreciate your time this morning. Thank time this morning. Thank you, The hunt continues this morning for up to 30 teenagers who attacked a bus on the Gold Coast. The youths surrounded the vehicle as it pulled up at a bus stop. Terrified passengers were forced to duck for cover as windows and doors were smashed with metal bars and it was all caught on camera. How no one was injured is a miracle. There were iron bars propelling through the bus. Gold Coast transport bosses say they've never seen anything like it. Seven News reporter Amanda Abate is on this story. Do police know what provoked the attack? Well, Mel, police are looking very closely at that security footage which shows dozens of teenagers approaching the bus. One was king hit as he tried to board and then suddenly the bus was under siege. The company that manages the fleet is carrying out its own investigation. It believes the attack was random and unprovoked. It is just absolutely awful. Have they made any arrests yet? Well, police were speaking with an 18-year-old extensively last night. It's unclear whether he has been charged yet or whether any other teenagers are likely to face charges? There has also been a home invasion on the Gold Coast overnight. What is the latest? Police are still looking for the gun man. He is at large. This happened around 9. around 9.30, a man with hand gun, stormed a house, three people inside. The gum inside. The gum gunman commanded cash before stormed a house, three people were

cash before sheeting a 46-year-old in the knee. Police want anybody with information to call Crime Stoppers. Keep us in touch with anything that happens, thank with the shock resignation of three of its top editors. The company is replacing key positions at both 'The Age' and the 'Sydney Morning Herald' It follows last week's announcement that Fairfax will axe 1,900 jobs. Media commentator and the founder of Crikey, Stephen Mayne, joins me now. Stephen, this all happened very fast, didn't it? Is local news going to suffer as a result? Well, if you take hundreds of journalists off the payroll and you sort of merge news rooms and you require journalists to work on web sites and eye pads and newspapers all at the same time, then there are less reporters around to produce local news. Unique news so certainly that's right. Stories will be written in Sydney for a national audience so there will ab defer tonight loss of local perspectives and local news. If you are a reader, what do you think you will see in the coming months? The company is saving a $ The company is saving a $1 million by punting its three most senior editors. These were mainly focussed on the quality of the newspaper itself. The new replacements are focus odd the newspaper and the websites and the I pads and rching. The newspapers don't The newspapers The websites and the I pads and rching. websites and the I pads and everything. When you read it each day, it won't have as many scoops. I think people will see broadsheets become tab Lloyds and they are going to see less of a unique effort into that daily newspaper problem. A sign of the times. Steven, thank you very much for your time this morning. Here's Mel. The countdown is on to the London Olympics and all eyes are, of course, on the athletes. But swimmer Stephanie Rice is attracting more attention out of the pool. She's posted this racy photo of herself on Twitter. It was to thank her friend for the bikini, which was a gift for her 24th birthday. The picture has prompted a media storm. Showbiz commentator Peter Ford joins me now. Good morning. There's been a lot of reaction since Steph posted this pic. What are people saying? , Well, I think the problem is, look,

if only she had the body to get away with it, it would be OK then. Why don't you post more stuff like that. If I looked like her, I possibly could. All you let us know where you your shirt from that day. You could be having Hot Shots like that. The All you let us know where you got

point is, that she looks great. Now, at first my first thought was, would you, she is going to upset some of her sponsor sore ifs if she ha h done this, no, she hasn't. The only sponsor sore she has at the moment is Sunrise which is obviously a nice play on her name and it's play on her name. That's her only one. That's an interesting thing. But, she has an the she has an then't got any tie toss any of those companies, a friend of hers made this bikini. There is a bit of look at me, look at me, there is attached to Twitter. I don't know whether there is an bit of look at me, look at me, as

innocence attached to her, we have heard her say and do things on social media or whether she is clever than all of us, she is in the news before the games. Either way, there is no blokes complaining. clever than all of us, she is back

She is a She is a 24-year-old girl with an maidsing body. Good on her, she works hard for it, are we getting our slightly larger knickers in a kot when we should let her focus and swimming instead of bringing her knees arguments and saying " knees arguments and saying "this is terrible, this is terriblement" terrible, this is terriblement". She is quite glad we are talking about her. This is a different mind set for younger people these days. They don't think that putting something on on Twitter is the same as picking up a phone and making a call. I don't think anybody is saying, this is a hangable people are say, are saying, more, saying, this is a hangable offence,

Mora. All the comments were saying, would you, you look maidsing, it would have made her feel pretty fantastic but you know, she looks amazing. So as we said before, if you've got it, flaunt it. Do it Mel, do it. Yeah. No. Do it Mel. Do it. Thank you, Peter. Are you saying we should have a girls of Sunrise calendar? No, he is not. I am saying Sunrise needs to sex two up a bit. I think you are all getting stale. As a celebration of the game, you need to get into swim suits and do a nice photo shoot. One can go to rehab. National will do the photos. You can do the rehab. Can I have a gold chain put around my neck. What What dresses are you wearing today?

What brand. Country road. What have you got? I think it's - Anna Thomas, Aussie brand. Good on you, This is as much or as little as you are going to , It's a swimmer in swimmers, please tell me you are kidding. Just can't understand the feeling over her in a swimsuit. If the photo was taken by a paparazzi, it would have been paid thousands to put it on Facebook. Have your say. Very wise words. We're giving you back what the tax man takes away in the $100,000 Sunrise Cash Call. After the break, the first lucky winner! We'll call them live. Then one of television's favourite mums. I'm one-on-one with Florence Henderson as she puts those rumours about her life off-screen to bed. , Your date with Greg. Was that just had huge storm in a tea cup? I am somewhat of a cougar but not that much. Can't wait to show you that interview. Coming up on BOY: When you can't read properly, you just hope no-one finds out. VOICEOVER: The Gonski Review has made it clear -

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isn't T Do we see the landing He is still working on that. He is still going. Just wondering about that. He is OK at this stage. I think I

can report he is still with us. He will be landing in Sydney about an hour's time. The Demons have suffered a huge injury blow with Mitch Clark to miss the remainder of the AFL season. The key forward tore ligaments in his foot during Melbourne's win over the Giants on Sunday. He'll will meet with specialists today to see if he requires surgery. Clark's injury is similar to the one that ended the career of Hawthorn premiership star Trent Croad. But the Demons are hoping Clark's injury is less severe. The Knights have snapped a 5-game losing streak with victory over Wests Tigers in Newcastle last night. Robbie Farah started like a man possessed in his first match since the death of his mum, Sonia. But the Tigers ran out of steam allowing the Knights to pile on 38 points including a hat-trick to Timana Tahu. Meanwhile, Bulldogs flyer Ben Barba is set to be named in a 20-man Queensland squad today for the Origin decider. 5-times champion Venus Williams is out of Wimbledon after losing in straight sets to Elena Vesnina. Samantha Stosur made sure she didn't join the list of early exits, dispatching Carla Suarez-Navarro in straight sets. Probably one of the best matches I've played on grass in recent years. That's a good feeling. , I have been able to come here a little bit earlier than usual and practise hard. Belgian Xavier Malisse proved too strong for Aussie Marinko Matosevic. , Wimbledon is on seven and seven 2 tonight, Bernard Tomic and Lleyton Hewitt both in action tonight. Now to today's weather. , It's little lunch already for the newest batch, the newest batch, it's little lunch recess. Good right. It's actually just exactly little lunch recess. Good one. All that after being in the classroom already. First day of school for the newest batch of crime fighting forces on four legs. They do get some down Tim. More importantly, it's to how to walk on forces on four legs. They actually

different surfaces, they are going into houses, confined spaces. They will need to learn how to work stairs and difficult surfaces, this playground is fun for them but is teaching themselves how to handle themselves on different scenarios on their four legs of fighting force. As we look at the weather right around Australia. Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's Stocktake Sale. With some items less than half price, get in bright and early. Shop online or in-store now. Cool south-west winds are generating scattered showers and alpine snow in Tasmania, Victoria and southern New South Wales. A series of troughs are triggering rain over eastern Queensland. A low is bringing rain to the mid-west coast. , I can't open my cheese. Can someone open my cheese. I'm on the swings next. Amber won't share. I am you've got to tell her to learn how who share. We will see you in half an hour. Grant, it's a year since we saw them and they are about to start school. What have they been doing for the last year? Have they been put out to foster parents, like guide dogs or do they stay in that compound. They breed them here on site, they have a special DNA, they pick a good Pedigree, they grow up in unique circumstances here on site. They have just been kids. They have just been hanging around playing for a year. Yeah, just chilling out, skate boarding. Later this Sunrise - are Aussie mums returning to work too soon after having a baby? But next, the original Mrs Brady. My one-on-one with Florence Henderson. , # Here's the story of a lovely lady # Who was bringing up three very lovely girls. # All of them had hair of gold like as we bring you live... Nice try. (GENTLE MUSIC) COMMENTATOR: There's the bell. (THUMP!) Not gonna happen. (FAINT COMMENTARY LEAKS THROUGH HEADPHONE