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(generated from captions) This program is captioned live. DAVID KOCH: A 17-year-old
falls to her death from a Gold Coast high-rise. A Melbourne community gathers
to mourn Sarah Cafferkey. A former colleague of Julia Gillard questions her side
of the union slush fund story. Why the Pope reckons most of what you know
about the celebration is wrong. Bah humbug! We reveal the bright future
for Jason Owen and The Collective. (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 and thanks for joining us. Also this morning,
the 'Pup' nips at Bradman's heels.

Oh-Hooooh!How good is he?Bradman? You're bringing the name Bradman? Yes, Michael Clark is quite amazing. Well, give me the facts, give me the figures, that's what I want.We have to wait for sport for that. Come on. Bradman?We'll give you the figures. I want the figures.Credit where credit is due. He is amazing.Yes, but Bradman, there is a difference between Bradman and amazing. Alright.And we'll give away more money from the Cash Cow.The cow? The cow? If you are going to be like that.You're putting Bradman and the Cash Cow together now? My goodness. But we'll begin with the tragic news from the Gold Coast overnight.

A 17-year-old girl has died after falling from the balcony
of an apartment block during schoolies celebrations
on the Gold Coast. The teenager fell from
the Chevron Renaissance building at around 9:30 last night. CPR was performed, but the girl
was unable to be revived. We have detectives
from state crime operations, as well as the Gold Coast detectives conducting interviews with people. Police have been speaking
with the girl's family. where the body of murdered woman
Sarah Cafferkey was found. Residents released doves
and balloons in remembrance of the 22-year-old.

We've been shaken by the
unwarranted death of a young woman. The same way that Jill Meagher
was taken from us. It shakes us.

It shakes us to our very core,
particularly as women. Steven James Hunter
has been charged with her murder. Two other men arrested yesterday have since been released
without charge. A former Slater & Gordon lawyer
has released a bank letter that's raising fresh questions about Julia Gillard's involvement
in a union slush fund during her time with the law firm
in the early '90s. The document shows
Ms Gillard received a notice relating to the purchase
of a property paid for by her former boyfriend,
Bruce Wilson, allegedly with stolen funds.

There was a deep disquiet
amongst the partnership about Ms Gillard's conduct. Julia Gillard
has maintained her innocence since allegations first emerged. A decision lies in the hands
of the WA Court of Appeal to determine whether prominent
Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney faces a retrial
over the death of his wife. Mr Rayney was found not guilty
of killing Corryn. Prosecutors have outlined
three grounds of appeal against his acquittal. The legal community is said
to be stunned by the decision. Billionaire businessman Clive Palmer
says he has no plans to set up
his own political party after his surprise resignation
from the Liberal National Party. The mining magnate announced
he was parting ways with the LNP just hours after being reinstated
as a member. I think the parties are there
and the issues are out there. It's important
we address the actual issues. Parties and individuals
can be a distraction from that. Palmer says he's yet to decide whether he'll continue
to donate to the party. Ahead this Sunrise -
Gen Y's dirty little secret. We reveal why they're really
still living at home. And cute alert -
t baby panda at the San Diego Zoo. Need we say anymore? But first, here's Kochie.

No! That's wonderful, Nat can't wait for that. Finance news now. And happy for that. Finance news now. And happy Thanksgiving for American markets. They are closed. President has pardoned two turkeys today, saving them from the chopping block. European markets were up solid

following good production figures, manufacturing figures from China. Let's go to our region yesterday, the Chinese figures helped us rise 42 and 33 points. -- 33 points.

The latest economic data for China
has been released. Craig James is at CommSec. Morning. Craig, what do the figures show
and what does it mean for us? Well, Kochie, it is all about the flash purchasing managers index in China. Sounds exciting, doesn't it? Sounds rude.Came into a reading of 50. Sounds rude.Came into a reading of 50.4.Sounds rude.Again, sounds exciting. A reading above 50 suggests the manufacturing sector is expanding so that is good news. It was the highest reading in the order of 13 months, which is very positive. You think of our resources here in Australia, if the manufacturing sector is growing fast in China, good news, more iron ore, coal, more demand for us here in Australia. So certainly very positive. The negative side? It pushed up the Aussie dollar and hat is negative for our retailers and manufacturing and tourism. So there is a bit of positive and a bit of negative. So I think the end of the day, the Reserve Bank is going to take this information on board and probably leave interest rates unchanged in December.OK, thank you, Craig, good luck on the track tomorrow. Can't wait for the results Monday.Thank you, Kochie, the flash batsmen's index was looking pretty good at Adelaide yesterday too.

Michael Clarke has dedicated his
double century against South Africa to his team-mates and family. Yesterday, the Australian captain
became the first player in history to pass 200 runs
four times in a calendar year. But he hasn't forgotten
the hard times. I got dropped and when I come back
from getting dropped, I said, "I wanna make the most
of the good days" and that's all I really feel
I'm doing. Dave Warner and Mike Hussey
also featured in Australia's 4/482 with centuries.

Greater Western Sydney
are enthused about the 2013 season after they secured 5
of the top 14 picks in last night's draft.

Yes, deserves a footy clap.

But it was the recruiting effort
of Collingwood that had the room talking. They snared the All-Australian
ruck-rover combination of Brodie Grundy and Ben Kennedy. Massive honour
and I feel really privileged to be part of the biggest
and best club in Australia. And after nearly two years
sidelined with a knee injury, Jason Culina's set to debut
for Sydney FC against Adelaide tonight in the A-League. The top-placed Reds are wary
of the bottom-placed Sydney and feature marquee man
Alessandro Del Piero.

What a day of cricket yesterday. That was just a feet feast. And classic Adelaide Oval, great stuff. Nick comes home and turns the TV on. I said, " I said, "Mate, you got homework." I said, "Mate, you got homework.", " I said, "Mate, you got homework.", "Yeah, in a minute." The only reason he turned the TV off was to go to cricket. Grant?Good morning, in front of the lovely landmark of Brighton Whitehaven Beach boxes, 82 of them who line the beach here. They might get a workout today. A top of 27 in Melbourne, and this is likely to burn off and turn into a lush luxus old day, let's look at the forecast now.

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Big stretch before a big day ahead. A lovely lead ino the weekend, the sun's coming for Melbourne. It is going to be great. Wait until You I Find see the price of one of these things recently.We got so many questions for you.Good.Wouldn't want those people touching my box at that value.Hands off!Exactly. Thanks, Grant see you soon.

Still ahead, the sophisticated new
skimming devices targeting ATMs. Plus, saying goodbye - strangers and friends gather
for an emotional memorial for murdered Melbourne woman
Sarah Cafferkey. And tragedy on the Gold Coast
during schoolies week. A teenager falls to her death
from a high-rise apartment block.

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A teenager has fallen to her death from a high-rise hotel
on the Gold Coast during the annual schoolies event. Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper is there. Michelle, what more do we know
about the death?

Just so tragic.Yes, it is an absolute tragedy. The teenagers here are pretty much in shock this morning. A lot of them are drunk and still recovering, trying to sober up as they learn of this news. All we know at the moment is that she was 17. We believe she is from a school in Brisbane. And she fell from several stories high in the third tower of the Chevron Renaissance building here. Police and ambulance crews were called at 9:30 last night. The girl had fallen beside the pool, and unfortunately was unable to be resuscitated. The building was evacuated, schoolies were out on the street here. Everything was in lock down for a short while but they have allowed the schoolies back inside the building at the moment.OK, Michelle, keep us informed.

in connection with the killing of
Victorian woman Sarah Cafferkey have been released. Detectives let the pair go
overnight, pending further inquiries. Their release came as a candlelight
vigil was held for the 22-year-old. Community members gathered
to pay their respects Sarah. Her body was found at a Point Cook
house almost a week ago. Sunrise correspondent
Nick Etchells joins us. Nick, it was an emotional gathering?

It was. Certainly, a very heartfelt and genuine occasion. About 150 residents gathered in Point Cook, Alamande rp Eitate stoopay their respects. -- -- to pay their respects. At 11:30 they released 11 doves to symbolize the releasing of Sarah's spirit. It took place at Point Cook, where her body was found, not near Bacchus Marsh where she lived, the people had no connection with Sarah Cafferkey. The mother of two who organised it said she felt the community needed to pay their respects and showed they cared what happened to her. Hopefully, Kochie, her family can take some comfort from that.OK, thank you.

Still to come, more pressure on the Prime Minister after a former colleague
questions her side of the union slush fund story. Plus, wrapping rage - the Aussies fed up
with tricky packaging and even injuring themselves
opening a purchase. And Christmas carol outburst - why the Pope now says
many of our favourites are wrong.

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On 'Weekend Sunrise', she's had 13 babies. The surrogate only quitting because of her age. Plus, forget the ugly politics, we quiz our Betts minds on a new approach to asylum seekers. And ready to be inspired? Learned how to drive with my chin. 'Weekend Sunrise' from 7 amfaorm tomorrow and Sunday.

Making news this morning - the Coalition plan to make asylum
seekers work on community projects in return for welfare payments. The Melbourne 'Age' says it could create a low-paid workforce
of about 20,000 people.

So we will get more on the proposal in our big guns of politics after 7:00. Share your thoughts on that one.

And Australian cricket captain
Michael Clarke is being compared with Don Bradman after his unbeaten 224
against South Africa. Clarke's the first test cricketer
to score 200 or more four times in a calendar year. Beretts, is Pup as good as Bradman?

It is an interesting comparison. That is a great stat. Four double centuries within a calendar year has never bun done before. I think Michael Clark would even say, Michael Clark would even say,, " Michael Clark would even say,, "I'm still young in mew career." His test is average of 38. is average of 38.94, the great Don was higher.They do play more cricket these days, got to say, give him his credit there because the Don's average was over a shorter time. But How good to do it on Adelaide Oval, of course, Don being a South Australian.Very much so. And Kylie in the stand was great to see. He is just in a good spot.He is brilliant.As a captain, the batsman.Good woman's man.Well done.We know that.Speaking of controversy...What?Speaking of not having a good woman behind him, the Pope has put a dampener on the festive season. Nat What's going on here?

The head of the Catholic Church says most of the Christmas carols
we sing are wrong. Apparently, donkeys and animals
didn't really exist in the nativity scene and angels never sang
to the shepherds to proclaim the birth of Jesus, they just spoke. # Hark the herald angels sing # Glory to the newborn king. #

Just not the same, " Just not the same, "Talk the herald." Just not the same, "Talk the herald.".Chat. This is the same book apparently he has written in, as I told you about it d it yesterday, the calendar was wrong because Dennis the Small, the monk in the 16th century was wrong.I don't want to know about it.He is a grumpy Pope?I think the church has a few more other problems.Then deal with those and don't talk about this. I don't want to know they didn't sing, we sing.Did the cattle Lowe?Well, the franchen sns and mur.According to the Pope, the wise men didn't even come in on camels. Maybe they weren't wise?We should get the ACC involved. We have been conned for hundreds of years.We could go la, laalaand not listen.He is the Pope. The big kahuna mism.If you have the prart of the donkey in the school niativity play, don't worry, you're still in.Sing louder. Wait until there is an inquiry.

They're used to catch criminals
in the act. But sometimes, security cameras
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# Eve # The man with the lonely eyes #

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Give a little bit # Give a little bit of my life for you #

.Doesn't that make you feel good? Lovely. Nice.Yeah.

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News time now. Here's Nat. Teenagers on the Gold Coast
have been left shaken and in shock after a 17-year-old girl fell to
her death from a high-rise balcony. Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper is there. Good morning, Michelle. What else do we know
about this tragedy?

Well, police have confirmed the 17-year-old girl is from Brisbane. They haven't released her name as yet. But they are preparing a report for the coroner. At this point, there is no information as to whether or not she jumped or was pushed or just drunk and simply fell over. Police are still continuing their investigations and they are appealing for any witnesses to come forward. It all unfolded last night here at about 9:30. They were called after reports someone had fallen from a balcony. Some of the schoolies I have been talking to here this morning say they believe she was up on the 26th or 27th floor and fell down to the pool level, which is on the 5th floor. So that is quite a significant fall. Here is a look at what one of the schoolies had to say a short time ago.

I think it's terrible, it's just sad that it's happened
at such an event and they just miss out on so much
now.

For your report, we'll cross back to you later in Sunrise.

Thousands of people
are expected to turn out for another walk against violence
in Melbourne today as the city pays tribute
to murdered woman Sarah Cafferkey. Last night, residents released
doves and balloons at Point Cook where the 22-year-old's body
was found. Even though we didn't know her,
we still mourn her loss because she could've been
our daughter, she could've been our granddaughter,
she could've been our friend, she could've been our sister. Police have charged
Steven James Hunter with Sarah's murder. Two other men
have since been questioned but released without charge. Fresh questions are being raised
about Julia Gillard's past after comments from
a former Slater & Gordon lawyer. Nick Styant-Brown
has produced documents, suggesting Ms Gillard
knew more than she admitted about the purchase
of a Melbourne property in 1993. The property was partially paid for by her former boyfriend,
Bruce Wilson, allegedly using stolen funds. There was a deep disquiet
amongst the partnership about Ms Gillard's conduct.

And it was never necessary for the Prince Philip to resolve -- partnership to resolve that issue because Julia Gillard, herself, elected to resign.

The Prime Minister
has always denied any wrongdoing. And a 14-week-old baby panda
has passed his latest health checks with flying colours. Vets at San Diego Zoo
tested the cub's skills and weighed and measured him. Of course, he looked extremely cute
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Which is important when you're a panda.

before he and his mother
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To get it tip-top.Oh! Nice To get it tip-top.Oh! Nice one, Nat, thank you.Thank you.Finance news now, speaking of animals, President Obama has let two turkeys off the hook because it is Thanksgiving in the

He has reprieved them. Markets are closed. European markets are up though because of good manufacturing figures out of China. That helped us yesterday figures out of China. That helped us yesterday push the All Ords up 42 and the ASX 200 up by 43 points.

Time for sport. Cricket is going beautifully for Australia.

Australia heads into the second day
of the Adelaide test with a commanding 5/482. Michael Clarke remains unconquered
on 224 while Dave Warner endured
an early Morne Morkel barrage before exploding to make 119 runs
in just 112 balls. I knew that if I kept on swinging
as hard as I could and put the pressure back on him, I wasn't gonna take it off myself. Proteas all-rounder Jacques Kallis
won't bowl in the rest of the test As expected, Victorian midfielder
Lachie Whitfield was the number one pick at the
AFL's national draft last night. The 18-year-old
will leave the family home to join second and third picks
Jono O'Rourke and Lachie Plowman in Sydney with the Giants. Ah, no, he can't cook. I've taught him basic
steam vegetables and meat. The Demons swooped on fourth pick South Australian wingman
Jimmy Toumpas. And Australia's ordinary performance
in the pool at the London Olympics has seen a change at the top with chief executive Kevin Neil
resigning. A full review is being carried out while Neil leaves the sport
in a strong financial position. Head coach Leigh Nugent
is expected to continue but a high-performance manager
will be appointed.

Beautiful, iconic spot in Melbourne. Down at the bathing boxes in Brighton is where we find GD. They are not the cheap sns?No, there was one for auction down the coast that went for $ went for $270,000. So there is extraordinary. Here on Brighton Beach, 86 of them on this particular stretch. They are a classic sight, purely because of the colour monopoly they are a bright little feature against the sky. The rule is you need two primary colours. They are heritage listed and you can't change them beyond that. They are a tradition, when 1934 when they were built, thaladies would come down with these monstrous dresses down to the beach, they needed a place to get changed into swear swimming costumes. They would get changed and the men would escort them down to the water's edge, surrounded so you couldn't see them and straight into the water they would go. But they stood the test of time on what will be a fantastic beach day in Melbourne, 27 degrees, once this stuff blows away. Let's look at the forecast now.

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South Australia and Victoria dry and is clearing most showers
from Tasmania and New South Wales.

How do you pick your colours? You could go on all day. Do you want to see inside one of the boxes?Yeah! For $ For $270,000, I would want it to be like the Tardis, bigger on the inside than out.You would want a bar in there.Can you renovate inside?We will find out, you can't really. It has to be as it was in 1934. Are you allowed to sleep there overnight. No, you can't. Can't be your house.No, but couldn't you camp there in summer?On really hot nights.No.A whole heap of rules that you have to abide by. You have to leave them at night time. We have got the president of the beach boxes coming down. He will run us through the rules.Quite a status symbol. That is why they are so expensive. So pretty. Thanks, Grant.

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trying to steal your money in the lead-up to Christmas. Plus, is the ceasefire
between Israel and Hamas holding? A report from the Middle East
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Welcome to Australia.

It's been just over 24 hours since a ceasefire between Israel and
the Palestinians came into effect. The agreement came
after eight days of violence which resulted in

more than 160 deaths
on both sides of the Gaza border. Seven News correspondent
Adrian Brown is in Gaza City. Adrian, is the ceasefire holding?

Mel, good morning. Day one of this truce and so far, so good. It does appear to be holding. It has been a public holiday here in Gaza and Hamas has used the day to stage a huge rally in the centre of Gaza City, attended by thousands of people and addressed by their leaders. Whose message was basically this: yes, we signed a truce with Israel. But the resistance will carry on in other ways. And then in small print, but we won't be firing missiles at Israel from now on. It was a propaganda pageant. Of course, Hamas is portraying the cease Hamas is portraying the cease-fire as a victory. Across the border in Israel there have been no celebrations. In fact, one survey in a newspaper today said 70% of the people had wanted the Government to carry on with the offensive against Hamas. Here in Gaza City, a huge clean-up. The city in large parts has been reduced to rubble and the clean-up operation is going to go on for months. While the operation to clean-up was going on, we spoke to ordinary people to see what they felt, whether they believed the cease-fire could hold.We hope it lasts in the future. We hope, we live on hope.There is a big difference between today and last week, last week, we see the Israeli F/ week, last week, we see the Israeli F/16s bombing all different places in Gaza. It has been a very tough week in Gaza, but thank God, thankfully, we are having a victory here in Gaza.So plenty of signs of a city returning to normal, whatever normal is in Gaza City. The ceasefire is holding on this, its first full daych. But success will be determined in the coming days, weeks and also months but we may have, just may have, the blueprint for a new Middle East peace agreement. Let's hope so, Mel. Certainly,

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The Parents' Jury joins us now. Good morning, Corrina. Tell us why Chupa Chups
and Hungry Jack's scored your Digital Ninja award.

Well, parents across Australia felt that these two particular examples targeted children and teens in a really different way. I guess what parents are thinking is that while many kids are so tech savvy today, probably more than most parents, they are no less vulnerable to really sophisticated food-marketing techniques. You know, something that looks free and fun, like the checkup looks free and fun, like the Chupa Chups roller-coaster game, part of a promotion has branded throughout it. Parents thought it was insidious the way it targeted children. Whereas the Hungry Jack's makes it better app is an example how you can access junk food in a free and easy way. Parents felt teenagers were particularly attracted to this app. That is online, Kellogg's LCMs have won the pester power ad for TV?Yes, for the third year running. They have been named by parents and an expert panel we brought in this year. Parents really felt this particular app, the surprise app that features a child opening the lunchbox a number of times, in fact, every single school day, the LCM featured in every lunchbox and it played into the child wanting to be popular thing. We talk about occasion treats and of course most parents want their kids to have treats in modwraigszin'eration but the -- moderation but the LCM bar made it look like it was part of a regular diet. With the brand recognition, parents felt it was a pester power winnerch.Is there a point we should say, toughen up, parents and say no to your kids? Absolutely. We should say no. Parents should shay no, they are responsible -- -- they should say no. They are responsible for the health and well being of their kids but it is beyond that. Research shows consistently time and time again their self-regulating codes haven't reduced the level of exposure our kids are exposed to in junk food advertising. Not just talking apps, and television advertising, we are talking sponsorship of school sports and community programs and school billboards. Kids are combarded. We want the industry to step up. It is one of the reasons we ask Government for regulation, not at least because the WHO suggests regulation is a good way to tackle childhood obesity. No-one is suggesting regulation of junkfood advertising is going to resolve all the issues and parents don't need their good efforts for healthy eating to be undermined.Thank you.

A new survey has revealed Australians are fed up with
packaging that is too hard to open. According to 'Reader's Digest', we're giving ourselves cuts,
bruises and chipped teeth just trying to free our purchases
from their packaging. Sue Carney joins us
from 'Reader's Digest'. Good morning, Sue. Tough packaging
really can be frustrating. What are some of the worst offenders and can you give us
some tips on how to get them open?

OK, well the two areas where Australians are feeling most frustrated is the old-fashioned jam jars, with the metal lids. They haven't changed in years. Some are saying we just can't open them. The other annoying packaging is this hard, what is known as clamshell, that hard plastic packaging. Quite often it is welded all the way around and you can't get into it. How annoying is this, you buy a packet of scissors and you need the scissors to get into the packaging. The old chicken and egg. Is there a trick to opening them some isNot really. You need a whole array of tools in your kitchen. We surveyed Australians and they said to get into the packaging you need knifes, you need scissors, the old-fashioned Stanley blades, really, you just got to persist to get into something like that. There is no trick. The only trick is to avoid buying it in the first place.Sometimes it is hard to avoid. They all seem to come like that. How about taking the lid off a jar? Any tips and tricks.We asked Australians in our survey do you have tips? A lot have their own, whether it whether it is turning it upside down and putting it in boiling water to expand it and break the seal. Quite a few people have gadgets to put over the top to twist them with rubber or someone in the household with strong wrists to twist it open. What about the childproof ones?They annoy a lot of people.Mind you, thai are there for a very good reason?Yes, there is a reason why kids shouldn't be able to get the tops off. It is a matter you got to follow the instructions and push down and twist. There are no tricks to that. If you really can't open that sort of packaging you need to complain to the manufacturers or tell the retailers you are not going to buy that one and perhaps opt for one you can open.Absolutely. Thank you, good to see you. Look, e mrail in your tips for -- e-mail in your tips for opening ing. Do you have a technique for opening the jar.The pasta sauce, halfway through and cant open it. It ruins the night. I just thought I would share that Kochie, frustrated.

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All eyes have been on the big Macy's parade. Despite all the trouble, Elmo was there?He was a part of the show, Elmo, the character. Of course, the pup tier who provided -- the puppeteer who provided the voice was not there but exlmo in -- Elmo in full voice was there. # Keep my head up high # Just keep getting stronger #
# Nothing is going to bring us down # Never going to stop # Because I know # I'll be getting stronger. # I'll be getting stronger.I'm not certain if that is the voice of Kevin Clash providing Elmo but I am told he did do enough voiceovers for the character to take them into 2014. The character hasn't done anything wrong. What about other celebrities turning out? It is always a great event. The wiggles were in it one year and Kylie? Because it is New York City there are a lot of Broadway stars celebrating lots of different nationalities. Carly Rae Jepsen was there, of course, she is Canadian, performing her new song and Flo Rida. Lots of musicality. Now we can start the Christmas shopping as soon as the turkey is digested.And Aussie Cody Simpson?Yes, that's right. He is spending a lot of time in New York these days.Thank you, Nelson. Very cool.Top stories on Sunrise now.

A 17-year-old falls to her death
from a Gold Coast high-rise. A Melbourne community gathers
to mourn Sarah Cafferkey. A former colleague of Julia Gillard questions her side
of the union slush fund story. Why the Pope reckons Bah humbug!

We reveal the bright future
for Jason Owen and The Collective.

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this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central,
Kochie and Mel.

It is good to have your company this morning.

Also coming up,

the sophisticated device being used
to steal your cash.

Keep the suggestions coming, Maria says bang the jar of jam with your hands three times.

There's been a tragic end
to schoolies celebrations on the Gold Coast this week with a 17-year-old girl
falling to her death from a balcony. It's believed the girl
was from Brisbane, but police are yet to reveal
exactly what happened. Shocked and shaken, dozens of schoolies
stopped their celebrations on the Gold Coast last night after the 17-year-old from Brisbane
fell to her death. MAN: You saw her fall? A little, yeah.
I didn't want to watch. Yeah, it's weird,
you don't know how to feel. Police and paramedics were called
to the Chevron Renaissance at around 9:30. CPR was performed
on the teenage girl but she couldn't be saved.

This is a very, very tragic incident
that has occurred during what has been
a very good week. The Surfers Paradise Hotel was
immediately placed into lockdown. We've heard of a couple of things
happening but you can't believe everything
you hear but this is definitely for sure,
this one. As officers tried to figure out
what happened. We have detectives
from state crime operations as well as the Gold Coast detectives
conducting interviews with people. Police are seeking witnesses
to the incident and anyone that has any information
can call Crime Stoppers. Teenagers were also left wondering
why. It's sorta shaken me up a bit,
even though it could be a mate. I don't know who it could be
but definitely shaken my night. The teenager's death
follows a string of warnings about the dangers
of skylarking on balconies. We do urge that the young people
here who are partying should be aware of high-rises
and take it easy. People just come here
to have a good time properly, not do stuff like that. Prime Minister Gillard's
been hit with fresh allegations relating to the establishment
of a union slush fund. The claims come from during her time
with the Slater & Gordon law firm. Former lawyer Nick Styant-Browne has
produced a document he says proves Ms Gillard knew about her
then-boyfriend's alleged misuse of union funds.

There was a deep disquiet
amongst the partnership about Ms Gillard's conduct. Ms Gillard denied any knowledge
when questioned in 1995. Two men, arrested in connection to the death
of Victorian woman Sarah Cafferkey, have been released from
police custody without charge. The pair, in their 30s,
were questioned as residents in Melbourne
gathered for a vigil to remember the 22-year-old. Many of us didn't know her.
We still mourn her loss. She could've been our daughter,
she could've been our granddaughter. And thousands of people
are expected to take part in the annual Walk Against
Family Violence march today. Clive Palmer has turned the tables
on the Liberal National Party by resigning shortly after
being reinstated as a member. The outspoken mining magnate says
he's getting out to avoid becoming a distraction
for the party. I think it's very important
with the issues facing Queensland that I don't become the issue. So I discussed it with my wife and 8:30 tonight
I decided the best course of action would be for me to resign.

Palmer had been suspended
by the party after his comments
attacking its leadership. A Perth woman who was severely burnt
in an arson attack could be prevented
from travelling for treatment after she was fined over drugs
found at her home. Methamphetamine, cocaine and LSD
were found during a search of Dana Vulin's home before she was set on fire
in February. Dana suffered burns
to 60% of her body. Her lawyer has argued
for a spent conviction order because she may need to travel
to the US for treatment. The largest megaliner
ever to call Australia home has docked in Sydney. It was a spectacular sight
on the Harbour last night with the two massive cruise ships
passing each other. The 'Celebrity Millennium'
is now en route to Asia, while the 'Voyager of the Seas'
has begun her Australian season. The ship has the capacity
to cater for up to 3,840 guests. Australians are expected to spend
more than $2 billion on cruising this season.

There is a figure for you, Kochie.

Coming up this Sunrise,
wax on, wax off - Our Edwina turns Karate Kid with a lesson
from a martial arts master. But first, here's Kochie.

Kochie, it was a favourite.She is going to be as tough with her hands as she is with her tongue in

Wall Street closed for Thanksgiving. European markets took a bit of tonic from good manufacturing figures from China as we did as well yesterday.

Going off, your suggestions for opening jars, ladies and gentlemen. Techniques and tools. I have been doing a bit of research. Look at this. For the Rolls-Royce of jar openers. Black and a Decker, $ openers. Black and a Decker, $120 in America. You put the jar in there. Don't need another gadget.You lower the top down and it automatly rotates the turntable to take the top off.That is great.That's a bloke's jar opener.Liam says stick the end of scissors up the side of the jar and breaks the seal. Opens easily after that. Shoo I have got a rubbery, Matty thing, and it just goes. And it is about $ goes. And it is about $6.Keep them coming, it is community service for opening jars on Sunrise.Get a JW 200 like that!

History has been made
at the Adelaide oval with Australian captain
Michael Clarke becoming the first player to make four double centuries
in a calendar year. Dave Warner and Mike Hussey
also notched up centuries to put the Aussies at 5/482. But the news wasn't great
for Ricky Ponting who lasted only three balls. When guys are getting out
in those first 20 balls, you have to accept that
that's the hardest time to bat. Clarke will return to the crease
this morning on 224. Collingwood's recruiting efforts
have been praised at the AFL national draft after they secured the All-Australian ruck-rover
combination of Brodie Grundy and Ben Kennedy. Greater Western Sydney
picked up 5 of the top 14 picks, including number one draft
Lachie Whitfield. And Canterbury Bulldogs boss
Todd Greenberg is making no apologies for chasing Cowboys captain
Johnathan Thurston. Greenberg, Penrith's Phil Gould
and Roosters chief Nick Politis met other club powerbrokers
yesterday, frustrated at the NRL's failure
to finalise funding. Greenberg is confident Yeah, we'll be in a good position
for our 2014 cap to make significant offers, there's no doubt about that. We've got a number of players
off contract.

They are fighting words. Look out, the money is coming and so are the big-name players.Let's go to Grant with the weather for us at a beach. I found a key, Mel, to one of the famous Brighton bathing boxes. You want to see inside. They are so cute inside. Two colours, that's the rule. You are allowed to paint them any colours you like. But come and have a look. We have got tea and coffee set up.Champagne?Yes, your beach chair, your boogie board. You've got your life vest, your inflatable toy or two and not a lot more than that. As you can see, no power, no water.No fridge?No fridge, no bar, no esky, no bed. $ fridge, no bar, no esky, no bed. $270,000. Let's have a look at the forecast now before we talk to the secretary of the Bathing Beach Association.

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This is Bill, the secretary of the bathing box association of Brighton. That's right? A long title?It is.A very pristigious thing to preside over. It is such a fascinating history of Melbourne?It is. It goes back to the early 1900s and these were relocated in 1934.How come they don't have bars and fridges in them? they don't have bars and fridges in them and things like that?Well, the licence conditions prevent some of that.Is it the that.Is it the heritage listing licence?Yes, it is under a bayside city overlay.Who would own one? Who has one?All the Brighton bathing box licensees are a fair example of the people living in Brighton. Of course, it is unique of the people living in Melbourne.Some paint them differently regularly. So when they see them in various publications around the world, they know what time it was taken.Number 14 next door must be rebels because they have got pictures on it the front.I know of beach balls. That's more than two colours! Thank you, see you in half an hour.

More now on the death of a teenager who fell from a high-rise hotel
on the Gold Coast during schoolies week. Sunrise correspondent
Michelle Tapper is there. Michelle, have police released any
more information about the victim?

Well, all we know, Mel, she Well, all we know, Mel, she is a 17-year-old girl from Brisbane. They are not revealing what school she is from or her name. Obviously, they have informed the family and waiting for them to come to terms with this shocking information. There are a lot of schoolies here who do know about it. People who were staying in the building and around the place. I have talked to a number of them this morning. They are absolutely devastated and just in disbelief that something like this could happen. Especially as we had earlier warnings during the week when an 18-year-old schoolie was caught napping on a ledge and got huge publicity. We don't know whether she jumped or fell from the balcony, whether it was relate to drugs or alcohol. Police are still continuing their investigate investigations and looking for any witnesses to come forward. Of course, there will be hundreds of schoolies this morning who are waking up to this news, who didn't know about it last night. It will no doubt be a very sad morning on the Gold Coast. Here is a look what Stephanie said earlier. She what Stephanie said earlier. She is a schoolie from the Sunshine Coast.

People are just devastated. It's so sad,
I think everyone feels the same way and I can't imagine how
her close friends and family feel.

A big shock for so many. It is a really awful story. Thank you for the update.

Two men, arrested in connection
with the killing of Melbourne woman Sarah Cafferkey have been released from custody. They were freed as a candlelight vigil was held
for the 22-year-old. Community members gathered
to pay their respects Sarah whose body was found at a
Point Cook house almost a week ago. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells
is on the story. Nick, it was an emotional gathering?

Yes, look, it was. There were plenty of tears. About 150 residents gathered at Point Cook where Sarah Cafferkey's body was found for the service. They observed a minute's silence and released 11 doves to mark the occasion. The woman who organised it, Alice Osborn, a mother of two, never had any connection with Sarah Cafferkey but felt like the community needed it to come together and also to show solidatary to her sfam and the community at large does care.What more do we know, overnight, about the release of these two men who have been questioned at length over Sarah's death?Yes, police aren't giving away too much on that. We know that about noon yesterday they moved in on a Tarneit house and arrested these two men. One was a 32-year-old from Tarneit, the other a 34-year-old from Point Cook. At least one newspaper down here this morning is saying that it believes the 34-year-old from Point Cook was actually the resident at the house at which Sarah Cafferkey was found. Police are giving no confirmation of that or other details. The two men have been released, as you say, without charge. Pending further inquiries.OK, Nick, we will leave it there, thank you.

Fresh questions this morning about Julia Gillard's connection with a mortgage
on a Melbourne property bought by her former boyfriend,
partly using stolen union funds. A former colleague of the PM
at law firm Slater & Gordon has produced a letter
from the Commonwealth Bank marked to the attention
of Ms Gillard which indicates she was involved in organising
insurance for the property in 1993. This contradicts Ms Gillard's claim made to her then employers
more than two years later that she had no knowledge
of the mortgage. There was a deep disquiet
amongst the partnership about Ms Gillard's conduct

And it was never necessary for the partnership to resolve that issue because Ms Gillard, herself, elected to resign. Ms Gillard has released a statement, saying she has no recollection
of seeing the bank's correspondence. Let's get some reaction now
from our Big Guns of Politics, Environment Minister Tony Burke
and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey. Good morning. Tony, Nick Styant-Browne says
there's absolutely no doubt Ms Gillard was involved in helping
to facilitate the mortgage. So, how can she keep
denying knowlege of it?

We are talking about events that were nearly 20 years ago. Even the bloke making the allegations last night, when they asked him night, when they asked him, " night, when they asked him, "When did you first find out about it, who told you?". He said he couldn't remember who first raised it. We are talking about occasions that are so long ago. At the heart of it, there is no allegation against the Prime Minister. We are talking about someone who was a lawyer, who may have been involved in doing conveyancing for a client. Now, I mean, the amount of time that is being spent on this, I am astonished by it. Even the person making the allegations, when it came to, " allegations, when it came to, "Which bids do you remember?". Couldn't remember.It was brought up two years after she left?Yes, but Kochie, I wouldn't want to be in a situation where I am expected to remember every fact that arrived in my office two years ago.Joe, what do we do? Should there be a formal inquiry?Well, it certainly sounds like it. There are a number of issues here but the significant igissue is the Prime Minister telling the truth they were first raised by the former Attorney-General rob McClelland in the parliament. It has been former union officials who continue to raise the matter. It is former partner of Julia Gillard's who has raised the matter in the last 24 hours. These, people are raising these issues because they are saying that the Prime Minister's story has been entirely inconsistent.That's a point, Tony, isn't it. Your mob internally are fueling this and bringing it up.Look, the first speech that Joe referred to from Robert McClelland, that is true, the speerb was made but I think difficult to ignore the way Julie Bishop has been pursuing it in question time. If the Liberal Party would spend as much time working up policy on education, we would get better education for schools. We are dealing 17 years ago! This is the big issue you big issue you want to focus on. Let's get this right. A member of Julia Gillard's own caucus races the issue in -- raises the issue in parliament. Former and current union officials raise the issue, publicly. A former partner of Slater & Gordon raises the issue and the coalition raises the issue and the coCoalition is expected to ignore it and disregard it, even though it is on the front page of The Age, which is not a newspaper that is not a newspaper that is friendly to the Coalition and on the front page of newspapers around the country but it is all our fault?No, Joe, in fairness, I began by acknowledging the original speech. I am not shying away.Well, answer the question.I well lit you go first but I want to say something.No, let's get on to a modern-day issue:good.No, hang on Kochie, it is a modern-day issue, it goes to whether the Prime Minister has been telling the truth for the last few weeks.You made your point and you are throwing in red herrings about education. So let's move on to something more appropriate for today.

Moving on, and the Coalition
apparently wants asylum seekers, allowed to stay in Australia while their asylum applications
are processed, to carry out community work
in return for welfare payments. This is in contrast
to the government's new plan, which prevents them from working. Joe, will putting them to work
discourage others from coming?

The bottom line is, Kochie, firstly, there have been 30,000 illegal arrivals in the last five years. In the six years prior to us, under us, there were 300. So there has been 30,000. Our borders now are out of control. The Government has just afounsed that they are going -- announced they are going to repatriate those people on to mainland Australia and put them on welfare for up to five years without work. Our strong view, you don't start people in a country by putting them on welfare for five years. We are saying put them on work for the dole. Get them to work and do something, rather than just this idea you are going to create an underclass of Australians who go straight on to the dole and stay there for five years? Come on!Don't you have to give people something to do? Labor itself, MPs said it could lead to crime with nothing to do. We hear about boredom and the mental health repercussions o that?I don't accept the crime argument. I don't think people not having a job is any argument that produces criminals. Doesn't matter, if you commit a crime you go to jail.But it is better to keep people working, give them something to do. You got to acknowledge that?Kochie, as a general rule I respect that. But if the message goes out, " the message goes out, "Come to Australia without a visa and you'll get a job while you're waiting and able to earn money while you're waiting." I'm not sure that is helpful.No.OK, guys, we have run out of time. Have to leave it there. Have a good weekend. Here is Nat.

next time they're at the ATM. A new sophisticated skimming device
has been discovered in time for Christmas. The machine fits over the card slot
in just five seconds and gives the fraudsters access to both your PIN
and personal banking information.

And Superintendent Brian Hay
from the Queensland police joins us. Superintendent Hay, how do these new
skimming devices work?

Well, just like a normal card skimmer they sit over the card entry point. But curiously, this one is designed to sit over the antiskimming device, so it is an anti-antiskimmer. It sits over the normal housing where the card entry goes in. It skims the card as you enter it and integrated is a very minute pinhole camera has capacity for 8 gigabytes for recording and it captured it in one. A nice bit of kit they can down load. MicroUSB embedded in the side. It has been sent electronically oversees and the money is being cleared offshore.If I turn up to the ATM, how do I know one is on there?The first thing you got to do is understand there would got to do is understand be country. Look for any proitutions. You want a nice, clean, tight integrated faceia plate. Give it a wiggle. They use double-sided tape to attach the devices. They want to put them on quickly and get them off quickly. That is what happened on this occasion. Someone grabbed it and gave it a wiggle and it came off in their hands. Make sure you cover your hand when you enter your pin, check your bank account normally regly account normally reglyly -- regularly and report it to the bank. If you contact them and say the money is back in there, it is only the start. The crooks have your identity. They have a live finance instrument in your name and it is perfect for further damage down the track. We are seeing a greater migration to identity takeovers as we progress forward.It is a good warning. Check the slot where you put your card. Thank you for joining us.Terrific warning.Scary to think it happens.So wiggle it.Put your hand over it.

They're used to catch criminals
in the act. But sometimes, security cameras
can expose something very different. A video uploaded
on YouTube has gone viral, showing random acts of kindness.

# Give a little bit of your time to me # The man with the lonely eyes # Take his hand # You'll be surprised # Give a little bit # Give a little bit of your love to #

Isn't that lovely. Make you feel good. Also, random acts of kindness, we are talking about how to open tricky jars. Everything from tap it from with a knife or fork, get an elastic band.Really?I don't know what it does. Always turn them anticlockwise and get a man. Use elbow grease or call Kochie.I am intrigued about the elastic band?I like this one. Put your tongue in the right place, scrunch your face and twist as hard as you can. It is all in the facial movement.Talking jars.

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News headlines now with Nat. Police have confirmed
a teenager who died after falling from a balcony
on the Gold Coast last night was from Brisbane. The 17-year-old
was celebrating schoolies week when she fell
from the Chevron Renaissance high-rise apartment. Teenagers have been left shocked
by her death. We've heard a couple of things
happening but this is definitely for sure,
this one. Chaos, just chaos and just, like, some people
were running and just didn't know what to do. Police say they have been in contact
with the girl's family. A community vigil has been held in
the Melbourne suburb of Point Cook where the body of murdered woman
Sarah Cafferkey was found. Residents released doves
and balloons in remembrance of the 22-year-old. We've been shaken by the unwarranted
death of a young woman. The same way that Jill Meagher
was taken from us. It shakes us. It shakes us to our very core,
particularly as women. Steven James Hunter
has been charged with her murder. Two other men arrested yesterday have since been released
without charge. A former Slater & Gordon lawyer
has released a bank letter that's raising fresh questions about Julia Gillard's involvement
with a union slush fund during her time with the law firm
in the early '90s. The document shows
Ms Gillard received a notice relating to the purchase
of a property paid for by her former boyfriend,
Bruce Wilson, allegedly with stolen funds.

There are a number of issues here but the significant issue is, is the Prime Minister now telling the truth?

Julia Gillard
has maintained her innocence since allegations first emerged. A decision lies in the hands of
the WA Court of Appeal to determine whether prominent
Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney faces a retrial
over the death of his wife. Mr Rayney was found not guilty
of killing Corryn. Prosecutors have outlined
three grounds of appeal against his acquittal. The legal community is said
to be stunned by the decision. A crack team of Chinese police dogs has been put through the motions
in an annual training event. These professional pooches
don't just sit, stand and roll over. They dodge flames,
jump through burning hoops and can even rescue hostages. They're also trained
to sniff out explosives and locate people
trapped beneath rubble and debris. All of the dogs passed the exam and six of them were awarded
outstanding results.

Hoogat straight As, look at him.Do a salute next. Clever dog.They train them well in China. Don't they?

Michael Clarke has dedicated his
double century against South Africa to his team-mates and family. Yesterday, the Australian captain
became the first player in history to pass 200 runs
four times in a calendar year. But he hasn't forgotten
the hard times. I got dropped

I remember when I come back
from getting dropped, I said, "I wanna make the most
of the good days." And that's all I really feel
I'm doing. with centuries. Greater Western Sydney
is enthused about the 2013 season

Mel is jumping out of her skin this morning.

After they secured
5 of the top 14 picks in last night's draft. But it was the recruiting effort
of Collingwood that had the room talking.

Really?Yes.

They snared the all-Australian
ruck-rover combination of Brodie Grundy and Ben Kennedy. Massive honour and I feel really privileged to be
part of the biggest and best club in Australia. And Wallabies coach Robbie Deans
says there's no extra pressure
on his side to find the try line
against Italy this weekend. Australia's attacking flair
has suffered recently, scoring just 13 times
in just as many tests this season. Deans has reshuffled his back line, six years after making his debut.

How about that for a good story? Speaking of good stories, one of the iconic spots in Melbourne is of course, the Brighton Beach. If you win an Australian Open trophy, that is the spot you go to get your photo taken and that is where we find Grant.For good reason. Tourists just come in droves to have their photos taken in front of the boxes. It is a famous stretch, great spot. It has been a great couple of days. We are still on high after