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this is Sunrise on Seven. From Brekky Central,
Kochie and Mel. Hello and thanks for your company
on this Thursday. Also today - gone troppo. Tony Abbott's tax plan aimed at enticing more of us to move
to northern parts of Australia. Plus, charged again - a Victorian mother of six
facing drug charges in Malaysia. Then, a family affair - but wait until you see how his mum
upstages the Bee Gees star. But first, let's begin
with all the latest news. Here's Nat.

Good morning. Authorities in the Solomon Islands
expect the death toll to rise after a powerful earthquake
and tsunami flattened homes, leaving at least eight people dead. The capital, Honiara,
escaped major damage but the province of Temotu
was hit hard, with dozens of homes washed away. Approximately 100 houses were
damaged or destroyed in that area. Water and electricity supplies
have also been affected. The Australian Government says
it's ready to help, if needed.

An elderly man has been tied up
and bashed during a terrifying home invasion in
the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. The 77-year-old lay bound
and injured for two hours at his Wentworth Falls home, before he was discovered
by his wife. It's believed a number of
registered firearms have been stolen from the premises. He was taken to Nepean Hospital where he's being treated
for head injuries. The sports scientist at the centre
of the AFL doping scandal has rejected claims
he gave players banned substances. The Australian Crime Commission
has launched an investigation after allegations Essendon players were injected
with performance-enhancing drugs. Other sports, including rugby
league, could also be implicated. Those people who have been
administering and those people
who've been receiving are accountable
under anti-doping rules. Former Essendon trainer Stephen Dank
has told News Limited the claims are untrue. A total fire ban has been declared
for a second day in parts of Tasmania after a bushfire destroyed
cars and sheds, forcing residents to evacuate. The blaze is burning out of control
north-west of Hobart after coming dangerously
close to homes at Molesworth. An emergency warning was issued
late yesterday but was downgraded
to a watch and act last night due to cooler conditions. More than 60 firefighters
and helicopters remain on the scene. Dumped Labor senator Trish Crossin has described her dismissal from
politics as 'unfair and brutal'. The former Senator has told
News Limited she inquired about other jobs but was told by the Prime Minister
nothing was being offered. Julia Gillard forced Ms Crossin to
vacate her Senate seat last month. Olympian Nova Perris was installed
as the replacement Labor candidate and will seek preselection for the
Senate for the Northern Territory.

And just when you thought
you'd heard it for the last time, 'Gangnam Style' is back. A walrus is dazzling spectators
with her dance moves in China. Her trainers say
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Coming up - Chrissie's crisis. The star being slammed for admitting
to smoking while pregnant. But first, here's Kochie. Thanks, Nat.

, Wall Street is a bit softer currently, some good earnings reports from places like Disney corporation have been overshadowed by concerns about Europe's debt crisis. To our region yesterday,

Aussies hit the shops in 2012,
according to new figures. Craig James is at CommSec.
Morning. What's the reason for the rise
in spending?

Well, it was a very good year and surprisingly good year, when you adjust for inflation, script out inflation, we had 3. inflation, we had 3.2% growth over the year. That's the best year that we have seen in growth in five years. Why was it so good? Basically because we all love a bargain. Retail prices didn't move over the year so there was no movement in terms of inflation. Wages went up around 3, to 3. around 3, to 3.5% around 3, to 3.5%. Where around 3, to 3.5%. Where did we buy more? At department stores, that had the best growth, up around 2% the best growth, up around 2%. Supermarkets had its best growth in the order of eight years. The outlook for 2013, started off a bit shaky, we have had three declines in retail spending over the past few months, after we get the January figures, it will show that we really embraced sending in gusto after the discounting occurred after the Boxing Day sales.You are saying department stores were the biggest winners. But last year, most of the department stores complained that times were tough.Well, I suppose times are still tough. Why? Because they have got to be a little bit nicer to us now. So they have to improve the customer service. They have got to keep their costs down and they have to pass on the savings to us. For retailers, they have to to us. For retailers, they have be do more for us.SoVery good point. Catch you in an hour. Time for sport, here is Beretts.

Australia has taken
an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the one-day series
against the West Indies with a 39-run win in game three
at Manuka Oval. A 114-run stand between the Bravos,
Darren and Dwayne, had the Windies on track
to reach their 330-run target. But when Mitchell Starc
removed Dwayne for 51, the visitors lost their way. Mitchell Johnson
chimed in with a brilliant run-out and James Faulkner
finished with four wickets, the West Indies all out for 290. Century-maker Shane Watson
was named man of the match. Yeah, it was nice to get out there. I have been looking forward to that
for the last four weeks, to be honest, to get out there
on a really nice wicket. Faulkner was fined for yelling
an obscenity at Chris Gayle after dismissing
the Windies' danger-man.

There it is.

The Indigenous side remains hopeful
Greg Bird will be fit to play in this weekend's rugby league
All Stars game at Suncorp Stadium. but it's believed the move
was only precautionary. Paul Gallen has been ruled out
with a quad strain and replaced by Sharks team-mate
Chris Heighington. Police fear match-fixing
is about to hit our shores with A-League soccer
and Big Bash League cricket the most likely targets. Organised crime experts believe Asian crime syndicates may already
be grooming Australian sports stars as part of a long-term plan
to fix matches. Earlier this week,
European police revealed as many as 680 soccer matches
are under suspicion of being fixed by a Singapore-based betting cartel.

The Essendon drugs scandal continues to be in the headlines but we have got Tim Watson coming up just after 7 o'clock.Ex Essendon ledge even, father of the Brownlow Medallist who plays for Essendon.Let's go to Grant for the forecast. Hi. Good morning, team. Look at this. This is sensational. Since we were in snowy high country yesterday, we thought, wouldn't it be nice to actually stand alost on the top of Australia. The roof of this continent and well, look behind us. Here we are this morning. We are going to be from mount Kosciusko this morning, mount Kosciusko this morning,, 228 metres high, looking at the Great Dividing Range. It's a specky morning this morning as we look at the forecast for the first time this

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A shower or two in Cairns. Mostly fine for Townsville. Brisbane, showers. Showers in Maroochydore. Partly cloudy in Bourke. Dubbo, sunny. Sunny in Sydney. Canberra, partly cloudy. Mostly sunny in Thredbo. Partly cloudy in Mildura. Bendigo, partly cloudy. Mostly sunny in Hobart. A shower or two in Strahan. Mount Gambier,
partly cloudy. Cloud clearing
in Adelaide. Mostly sunny in
Port Lincoln. Alice Springs,
sunny and 40. An afternoon storm
for Darwin. And over to
Western Australia. Partly cloudy
for Albany. Sunny in
Perth. Kalgoorlie,
mostly sunny. Sunny in
Karratha. Broome,
mostly sunny.

, Kosciusko, we are here, Mount Kosciusko, we are going to make our way to the top, it should be spectacular. Great day ahead, plenty of warmth down through Victoria and hopefully it makes its way here. How cold is it there, do you know at this point?Can't pull my hands out of my pocket to check.There is the answer. Thank you, Grant.Mate, see you

Coming up on Sunrise -
facing fresh charges - the Victorian mother of six
in trouble with authorities in Malaysia. Details soon. But next, the death toll rises from the Solomon Islands
earthquake and tsunami. Our reporter is there. An update after the break.

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are continuing to assess the damage caused to remote areas by
yesterday's magnitude 8 earthquake and the 1.5 metre tsunami
which followed. Eight people are now confirmed dead
and that toll is expected to rise after entire villages
were flattened. Seven News reporter Ben McNair
is there.

, Good morning, well I can tell you that just after midday yesterday, an 8. that just after midday yesterday, an 8.0 magnitude earthquake was felt off the coast of Santa off the coast of Santa Cruz island. Traffic chaos in a usually quiet Fiji. This was Suva as thousands headed for the hillsI have been on the road for about 53 minutes, trying to go home to my family. Schools Shut their doors and hospitals were evacuated after a tsunami warning was triggered. It was triggered by a magnitude 8 earthquake was triggered by a magnitude 8 earthquake. The result two 1. earthquake. The result two 1.5 metres waves crashed into the Santa Cruz islands.From the information, from the village, some of the villages have been destroyed by the villages have been destroyed by sun.These calm scenes did nothing to calm the panic where some Virgins have been wiped out.We are being supported by the assistance commission, who are able to deploy helicopters and potentially tomorrow, an aircraft to the region to assess the impact.The Australian Government has acted quickly to offer days before the full damage will be

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Coming up, the Monopoly token
about to get the boot. Find out which one the public voted
off the game board. But now for a news hit. Here's Nat. Good morning. A Sydney woman has died in hospital after falling from a fourth floor
balcony early this morning. Emergency services were called
to a block of units in the south-eastern suburb
of Little Bay, just before 1am. The 48-year-old woman was taken
to St Vincent's Hospital with serious injuries but died a short time later. Police are investigating the death and are currently
speaking to witnesses. Specialist forensic officers
are also at the scene. Thieves have escaped
with several guns after a violent home invasion in
the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. The robbers tied up an elderly man
and attacked him before stealing registered firearms
from his garage at Wentworth Falls. The 77-year-old lay bound
and injured for two hours before his wife found him. He was taken to Nepean Hospital where he's being treated
for head injuries. The AFL doping scandal has widened with the Australian Crime Commission
now investigating other elite sports for banned substances. It follows allegations that AFL players from Essendon were
injected with banned substances. Sports scientist Stephen Dank
has rejected the claims. Federal Police and
the Australian Crime Commission have questioned club officials
and seized computers and documents. It's claimed other sports, including
rugby league, will be implicated.

The death toll from the Solomon
Islands earthquake and tsunami is expected to climb today. The capital, Honiara,
escaped major damage but the province of Temotu
was hit hard with dozens of homes washed away. Water and electricity supplies
have also been affected. The Australian Government says
it's ready to help, if needed. More than 300 Australians are
registered as being in the Solomons but no injuries have been reported. The Federal Government
is threatening to intervene if the Northern Territory Government
refuses to re-instate alcohol bans in the Top End. The Country Liberal Party says the Banned Drinkers Register failed
to curb alcohol-fuelled violence. But the Indigenous Affairs Minister
insists it had a positive effect. Is it going to fix everything? Of course not.

But was it useful and should it be
reinstated because it's useful? Yes, it should.

The Northern Territory Government
says Canberra should mind
its own business. Former Labor MP Craig Thomson
will face court again in May after having five more fraud counts
added to his 78-page charge sheet. He's accused of misusing more than
$40,000 of union members' money. It's alleged he used the money
to pay for prostitutes, travel, accommodation, food and drinks
and car expenses. It's a priority to try and get
this issue on and over with as quickly as possible
to clear my name. Mr Thomson's bail conditions
prevent him from having contact with workers
at several brothels. In finance news: , Debt reducing talks in Europe, the market down about 22 points, despite good results from Disney. There was a bumper profit on the back of Nbk18, a bumper profit on the back of Nbk18,. To our region

The dollar is a fair bit weaker since Tuesday or the interest rates on hold. Time for sport with berths. on hold. Time for sport with

Shane Watson says he's just happy
to be back in action after returning from injury with a century in Australia's 39-run
win over the West Indies in Canberra.

Watson scored 122 from 111 balls
as the Aussies amassed 7/329. The Windies' run chase fizzled out after Mitchell Starc
broke a 114-run stand between Darren and Dwayne Bravo. Mitchell Johnson
came up with a brilliant run out as the visitors were dismissed
for 290. COMMENTATOR: He went quickly,
followed through, picked up and hit the stumps,
brilliant. James Faulkner claimed four wickets and was fined for yelling
an obscenity after removing Chris Gayle. Kieron Pollard's one-handed screamer
to remove Glen Maxwell was the highlight of the match and is sure to become a YouTube hit.

Have a look again, bang, right on the boundary. That is some flight. And down, yeah that's a golden catch.

Essendon legend Tim Watson admits
he'd be devastated if son Jobe is stripped
of the Brownlow Medal. Jobe faces losing
the AFL's highest individual award if the Bombers are found to have
used banned substances last year. That would be devastating. but because he's not concerned
about that, I'm not concerned about that either. We'll chat live to Tim Watson
about the Essendon drug probe later this morning on Sunrise. The Socceroos will begin preparing for a crucial year
of World Cup qualifiers in a friendly match against Romania
this morning. The match in Spain is the national
side's only hit-out before their qualification campaign
resumes against Oman in Sydney next month. Germany-based forward Robbie Kruse is one of several players keen
to cement their place in the side.

It is exactly one year ago until the winter Olympic Games in Russia. 12 months to the game. Winter athletes are killing them around the world so we are good to goWho who was that snowboard rider.Chumpy. He is number one in the

He is a champ, He is a champion kha champ, the chum

, let's go to GD.You wouldn't want to attempt one of your leg sliding, 27 spin, because there is no snow. Look at Kuzilny Look at Look at Mount Kosciuszko in the winter. Gee, it was freezing earlier on. The ambient temperature, not much good to you at this time of the day. The wind affect is freezing but it's beautiful, a crisp sky, quite barren, you can see there are no trees up here but I thought it trees up here but I thought it was due to the snow cover but the temperature is too cold. We are just above the highest thrown tlob in the country, the highest toilet. That's at 2100 metres, that's back that way. We are hoping to get to 2228, the top of Mount Kosciuszko which is up there somewhere. But what a beautiful morning. What a beautiful valley. What a beautiful view of valley. What a beautiful view of the Great Dividing Range as we look at the forecast right around Australia.

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dry northerly winds in South Australia, Victoria
and Tasmania as well as bringing light showers. South-westerly winds behind the
trough are causing a cooler change. A ridge is directing showers over
northern New South Wales and Queensland coasts. A trough is the tropics
is causing storms. A few showers in Brisbane. Showers for the next couple of days. Then mostly fine on Sunday
and Monday. Sunny in Sydney. Temperatures around 29 and 30
the next couple of days. A cooler 24 on Monday. Partly cloudy in Canberra. Mostly sunny tomorrow.
Showers for the weekend. Partly cloudy in Melbourne. Mostly sunny over the next couple
of days. Cooler temperatures
Sunday and Monday. Mostly sunny in Hobart. Cloudy and showers through
to Sunday. Fine on Monday. Cloudy clearing in Adelaide. Mostly sunny tomorrow.
Partly cloudy over the weekend. Sunny in Perth. A fine day for Friday. Temperatures in the high 30s
through to Monday. An afternoon storm in Darwin. Showers and storms through
to Sunday. 34 on Monday.

Well, good morning, Australia, soak it up. We are at the roof the continent and one of the Seven summits as well as Everest and mount Kilimanjaro and the other ones. We are here at Mount Kosciuszko today. It is so pretty.12 degrees at the moment, so chilly. That's without the wind chill.I think it's all wind chill.All right mate, see you

Coming up - the growing number
of Australians doing unpaid work. Plus, relief among the devastation. A live update on the Solomon Islands
earthquake and tsunami. And, naked ambition - the Aussie mums taking on
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A partly cloudy day
ahead for Melbourne as we take a look
through our Jetstar Skycam. A top of 33 degrees. At least eight people are dead after a magnitude eight earthquake
struck the Solomon Islands. The quake sent panic
through the Pacific, with hundreds of people in Fiji
fleeing to higher ground. Powerful aftershocks are still
being felt across the region. The quake triggered a 1.5 metre
tsunami in the Solomons. Anthea Spinks from World Vision
Australia joins me now. Anthea, good morning. What's the latest information you
have from the Solomons this morning?

Alaska

Thank you, good morning. Yes, so the situation still continues to unfold in the Sol Mondays as you can see from some of that footage but we do know that there know that there are many communities that have been affected. We know there are at least 8 confirmed deaths but possibly more. That is one of the concerns that there are a number of villages that we haven't been able to fully assess. So the World Vision teams from yesterday were working with local authorities to actually try and if they could, access xhupts. But one of the biggest concerns obviously yesterday was making sure that people moved to higher and safer ground. But there is still a lot of work that has to be done particularly as we access some of those communities. be done particularly as we access
some of those communities..As you move in, what are the areas of most concerned, what are the priorities So one of the priorities will be making sure that we can reach people, find out if there are any injured in those communities, obviously when you've got a tidal surge or the tsunami wave coming in, there is now been a lot of homes that have been completely destroyed or partially destroyed so many people spent last night in emergency shelter. Some of the schools and village community centres, are used as shelter overnight. One of the big concerns is also around water. We have got reports of many of the wells in communities have been flooded. They are full of debris, one of the things things we need to do is restore access to safe water. Freshwater and sanitation, Anthea, we appreciate your time. Thank

The Australian woman cleared of drug
trafficking charges in Malaysia is back behind bars. Mother of six Emma L'Aiguille
from Victoria, escaped the death penalty last year. As part of her deal to be set free she had to remain in Kuala Lumpur
and be a star witness in an upcoming drug case. 'The Sun Herald' reports she has now
been caught using drugs and breaching visa conditions. Sunrise foreign editor
Dr Keith Suter joins me now. Keith, good morning.

Is she likely to face
the death penalty again? ,

Well, I think that the death penalty normally goes to drug trafficker. She is a user but not necessarily a trafficker but she is the star witness in the up coming trial of a ex-boyfriend.She had to stay in Kuala Lumpur.She was paying the monthly fee for the Vietnamese why which she didn't do. So the police then called on her, arrested her for that. They gave her a routine check and that's how they found out that apparently she has been back using drugs or using drugs.It's hard to fathom why someone would do something like this. She got away by the skin of her the skin of her teeth last time, you would think you would be sweecky clean.If you look at her life, it is one series of accidents and tragedies after another. It has been a tragic life all the way through. She got off as you say by the skin of her teeth. She was about to become the first Australian woman executed in Malaysia. Now, she has put herself back under this cloud, evidently by being back on using the drugs.But it also begs the question, like Malaysia is very strict in its drugs policy. Next time they catch a foreigner, would they think, we are not going to be lenient any more because it does no good, they are just going to go back to drugs.The government can not be seen to be doing a special deals for foreign nurse. Thel be as tough on foreners as they are on their local citizens.So she will kill it for anyone else.As soon anyone else.As soon as You I a rife in Kuala Lumpur, the in Kuala Lumpur, the warning signs are there.Just remind us of the Asia countries that are the strictness, do you use a general rule of thumb.All of them. The Australian Government in its Smart Traveller website, warns Australians going to Asia that the Asian standards are drugs than they are much higher in here in Australia where we tend to be more liberal about personal use. They have a policy, no drugs at all.It's a big warning, isn't it. Thank

A bunch of brave Aussies are about
to step out of their comfort zone and cozzies

for the world's first nude ocean
swim, for men and women. More than 190 people are expected
to take part in the 900 metre event in Sydney Harbour, including members of women's running
group the Coogee Cougars. The group consists of 150 women
in their 30s to 60s, who travel around the world
doing adventurous things while raising money for charity. Jo Davison started the Coogee
Cougars and she joins us now along with organiser
of the nude ocean swim, Nigel Marsh. Good morning to you both. Jo, tell us a bit more about
your running group and why you're taking part
in this nude ocean swim?

Sure, well, we started really by fluke in about 2009, Nat. One one person here asked me to take them for a run, now we have got 160 runners between us there would be in excess of 450 children excess of 450 children between us. We enjoy running. We enjoy keeping fit and I think that fits beautifully with the principal of taking our gear off, having a swim, celebrating bodies of ourselves that are in the age where they are in the age where they are there are good bits and probably bits that we don't love but they do great things for us, they enable us to run, to train, they have born us children, we are proud of them, come on mums, come on middle aged women. Have you done nude things together before or is this the first one? That is - it is very much outside our comfort zone, Nat. I can assure you.Nigel, you say this is not an event for nudist, what do you mean by that. by that.?Well, it's supposed to be a joyous community celebration, it pushes you outside your comfort zone and it ends up making you feel better about yourself. It's not for nudists although they are invited, it's for every single person, all shapes, all sizes. There is one week to go to sign up. You want to smash the world record, you want to make it an annual event. Come on cheer.) All cheer)Any tips on how people go about it?Absolutely. You've got to get over yourself. You have to sign up Natalie, yourself, come down, you will have the best morning of your life. You raise money for charity. You end up thinking about all the good things in this world, we are all the same, how many times can you be part of an inaugural world first, come on Sydney, get your gear off for a good cause. Nigh then, it's Kochie, is this your midlife crisis continuing? Didn't you write the back "fat, 50 and Fired'.The next one is skt Sad, Single and 60. one is skt Sad, Single and 60.'. Very embarrassing. Good luck guy, we good

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Still coming up -
Chrissie Swan's promise to Australia and the health boss who says
'leave her alone'. Plus, an old Monopoly token
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is in New York. Good morning. Nelson, the full video for David
Beckham's racy ad for H&M has been released.

ee ooohYeah, we have been looking at the still shots but now you can enjoy seeing the video. Don't call it a advertisement for H&M underwear, it is a short film and they are actually is a plot. Victoria drives away with the kids and his bath robe and he is left virtually naked and has to make his way through Beverly Hills to the delight of all the Desperate Housewives. And to the audience, showing off his stuff, Guy Ritchie describes David requests the describes David requests the qualify perfect leading man' that's because he doesn't need to speak in the commercial. It's hardening to know twice he has to pull out a wedgie. Even David Bec Bec, Even David Bec Even David Bec Beckham gets a wedgie. You can see it.Running in slippers is pretty impressive.All right.Try it in heals,

Chris Brown and Rihanna
have been snapped leaving a 4-hour recording session. ,In the small hours of the morning, they remain very firmly together. Chris has a big day. He is facing a judge in Los Angeles today. Very shortly, actually because he has been accused of skipping out on his community service. And faking some of his community service so of his community service so that he could take a vacation. He denies that as well as he vigorously denies a very long rant that he posted on the Internet, allegedly, he says it wasn't him, but it includes lines like quota day in lie like quota day in lie life is a day in hell. ''Jennifer San Stevenson is in a new film.She is supporting a blonde wig in heroin ter wear. She is shooting it here on the very fridge identify east coast so maybe the blood wig is to help keep her ears warm. She looks good in anything or less than anything.Has she got married yet.No, they are still edge gauged. I have a feeling when they do it, thel be very sneaky about it and we will find out the next day.I think it could be the next week or two.Do you have inside information from the gardener?I am not saying anything. You survive the snow storm that's heading your way. It is head are our way. I tend to think, rumours of that snow are greatly exaggerated but fingers crossed.Have you got the invite on the fridge. the fridge.? No.

Margaret says, pretty typical, snaking while pregnant is such a selfish thing, you are making your unborn baby, a passive smoker. I can not believe my ears. This one from Clarky who says we need tough laws to protect unborn children against smoking. Just some thoughts from the Soapbox.Keep them

smoking. Just some thoughts from the
Soapbox.Keep them coming.The Australian crime commission, set to investigation criminal links in ee let sports off the back of the AFL supplement emts saga. Tearful confession,I am so deeply embarrassed and ashamed of this. Media permanent, Chrissie Swan, divides opinion after admitting to smoking while pregnant. Run out of team, the Monopoli token given the slip from the game.I am just standing frozen. My worse nightmare has come true.'My Kitchen Rules', Spice Girls kicked out of the competition. TV's most hated duo, join us live on this Thursday, 7 February.

(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. Great to have your company
on this Thursday morning. Also ahead for you -
caught with their pants down. We meet the lady detective
catching cheaters in the act. Plus, one on one with Barry Gibb. Our Sam Armytage catches up
with the Bee Gees star and his mum. But first, let's get all the very
latest news. Here's Nat. Good morning. The sports scientist at the centre
of the AFL doping scandal has rejected claims
he gave players banned substances. Sunrise correspondent Nick Etchells
joins me now with the latest. Nick, Stephen Dank has responded
to the allegations? ,

Look, he has is, Look, he has is. He is all over every paper this morning. He has come out and emphatically denied that any of the substances he gave the players at the Essendon bombers were illegal or banned Dani were illegal or banned performance enhancing drug. We are getting new information, Mark McVeigh has come out and confirmed that players were taken off site to a sterile location to receive injections. He says to receive injections. He says they were only vitamin, there is a lot of talk about what it is. The issue is very grey. Peptides can be eye then benign and not banned or at the extreme end, like human growth hormone like bodybuilders might have used, this will be the used, this will be the subject of Australian sports anti-doping agency in conjunction with the AFL. Both of those organisations have said thel make an announcement today and that that announcement will have something to do with organised crime and infiltration of the AFL.OK, thank you very much for the wrap, Nick.

The death toll from a powerful
earthquake and tsunami that struck the Solomon Islands is expected to rise today. The disaster
flattened entire villages, claiming at least eight lives, but many more remain
unaccounted for.

Waves lap at the shoreline of the
Solomon Islands capital, Honiara, but it's the nation's province
of Temotu that's been hardest hit. Some towns have reported damage
to more than 90% of their homes. Approximately 100 houses were
damaged or destroyed in that area. In addition to that there was
certainly some other damage cited as schools and some churches
and to the water supply. Authorities are trying
to respond quickly. To secure the school
and also the church and the Anglican Diocese has a large
centre there to use as a shelter. So that's being used
as the immediate shelter for people who lost their homes. triggering a powerful 1m sea surge. Thousands of people
panicked in Fiji, trying to move to higher ground. I've been on the road
for about 53 minutes. The Australian Government says it's
ready to help affected communities. We're very eager to assist if the government of the Solomons
thinks Australia can help. More than 300 Australians are
registered as being in the Solomons but no injuries have been reported.

An elderly man has been tied up
and bashed during a terrifying home invasion in
the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. The 77-year-old lay bound
and injured for two hours
at his Wentworth Falls home, before he was discovered
by his wife. It's believed a number
of registered firearms have been stolen from the premises. He was taken to Nepean Hospital where he's being treated
for head injuries.

A car has been firebombed
in Melbourne's north overnight. Vandals threw petrol bombs
at the Holden, in the suburb of Preston,
just before 2am. The bombing sparked a small blaze. Crews were able
to extinguish the fire, which damaged
the car's rear wheel and lights. Police are investigating the attack and are urging witnesses
to come forward.

A total fire ban has been declared
for a second day in parts of Tasmania after a bushfire
destroyed cars and sheds, forcing residents to evacuate. The blaze is burning out of control
north-west of Hobart after coming dangerously close
to homes at Molesworth. An emergency warning was issued
late yesterday due to cooler conditions. More than 60 firefighters
and helicopters remain on the scene. A group taking a ride in a canoe
off Hawaii received more
than they bargained for when a humpback whale burst out
of the water and bumped into their boat. A couple from the US captured
the close encounter on camera. They say the whale
swam away afterwards and didn't appear to be injured.

That would be a bit of a shock.

Coming up,
the trend towards unpaid work. It's becoming increasingly common
in Australia. So are employers taking young
workers for granted? But first, here's Kochie. Thanks, Nat.

I love the way you are worried about the whale. Imagine the two in the canoe. Imagine them.

Take a look at Wall Street, down about 22 points a few concerns ahead of the Euro leaders tomorrow on debt restructuring across Europe has overshadowed some pretty good profit reports from the likes of Disney. Although, dream works, who makes mad gas car, they are down about 3% because they pulled a movie out of the schedule called 'Me and my shadow'. The All Ords, both up 38 points.

Speaking of exports x our third or fourth biggest export is tourism. Now the Aussie dollar has made it cheap for us to go overseas, expense for tourists to come here. Contributory negligence James is here. Why with the Australian dollar so highI think the major reason is because of the more prosperous times in Asia. Income levels are rising and the Asians are basically hitting the roads. Places like the Chinese, the Indians, the Singaporeans, the Indians, the Singaporeans all coming to Australia, they are looking to different parts of the Riewoldt to travel to. Australia is number one. We have had 5% increase in terms of the number of trips to Australia over the last year. Up to 6. Australia over the last year. Up to 6.1 million. But as you say, we are hitting the roads as well. Aussies are making more trips overseas, record highs, will. record highs, will.2 million trips record highs, will.2 million record highs, will.2 mill 8 pmt 2. Australians have spent more time oversees than tourists have here. That's interesting.Yes, Fascinating. Time for sport, here is Australia has taken
an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the one-day series
against the West Indies with a 39-run win in game three
at Manuka Oval. The Windies were bowled out for 290
in reply to the home side's 7/329. James Faulkner
finished with four wickets and a fine for giving Chris Gayle
an obscenity-laced send-off. Century-maker Shane Watson
was named man of the match. Yeah, it was nice to get out there. I have been looking forward
to that for the last four weeks, to be honest,

Mitchell Johnson showed
brilliant athleticism to run out Kieron Pollard but it paled in comparison to the
athleticism Pollard himself showed in taking a one-handed stunner
to dismiss Glenn Maxwell.

How good is that for a leap and land on the

The Indigenous side remains hopeful
Greg Bird will be fit to play in this weekend's rugby league
All Stars game at Suncorp Stadium. Back spasms forced Bird
to sit out training yesterday but it's believed
the move was only precautionary. and replaced by Sharks team-mate
Chris Heighington. Carlton players say Mick Malthouse has brought a new
passion and energy to the club. The Blues ramped up
their pre-season preparations with an intra-club match yesterday. Andrew Carrazzo is firming as the man most likely
to assume the captaincy. Marc Murphy and Kade Simpson
are also contenders. Meanwhile, the Adelaide Crows are
set to re-appoint Nathan Van Berlo as skipper for a third season.

There you go, Tim Watson coming up shortly to talk about the dramas at Essendon. shortly to talk about the dramas at Essendon..We will have questions for him.Let's go to Grant. He has the weather from Mount Kosciuszko. the weather from Mount Kosciuszko.. I am feeling about 20% more Australian, just sitting on the top of Mount Kosciuszko. It was named by Strzelecki who discovered a desert and mountain range or two here, an explorer in Australia who was a pole, he was a freedom fighter in the late 1700s. Who led an yup rising against Russia and lost unfortunately I but he is still a very important part of the Polish history but look at this, team. Look at this. We are almost at the pinnacle, the roof of Australia, almost standing on top of Mount Kosciuszko. In fact, let's just soak it up. Let's not say a word.

It's TV, Grant, best we do. Hello. I think that says it all, let's look at the forecast.That was beautiful.

Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's
up to 50% off everything sale. Now on in-store and online. A shower or two in Cairns. Mostly fine for Townsville. Brisbane, showers. Showers in Maroochydore. Partly cloudy in Bourke. Dubbo, sunny. Sunny in Sydney. Canberra, partly cloudy. Mostly sunny in Thredbo. Partly cloudy in Mildura. Bendigo, partly cloudy. Melbourne, cloudy. Mostly sunny in Hobart. A shower or two in Strahan. Mount Gambier,
partly cloudy. Cloud clearing
in Adelaide. Mostly sunny in
Port Lincoln. Alice Springs,
sunny and 40. An afternoon storm
for Darwin. And over to
Western Australia. Partly cloudy
for Albany. Sunny in
Perth. Kalgoorlie,
mostly sunny. Sunny in
Karratha. Broome,
mostly sunny.

I

I Kochie, you've climbed a mountain or two, you probably haven't experienced these kind of dizzying heights. It's really hard to eat a Mac muffin when you are up at this height. It's very hard to hold it in your happened because the temperatures are so cold and the air is show thin but only pig mi Possums live up this way. They are cute tiny little thing, it's cuter than a mouse. It's only about this big. It has a longish snout but they are a gorgeous little beast but we are surviving it as we nearly get to the top if we can get some air into the lungs and make it.That is so Australian that view. Unbelievable. Fabulous.Thank you, Grant. See you in half

More now on the disaster
in the Solomon Islands. And at least eight people are dead after the Pacific island nation was
rocked by a magnitude 8 earthquake which was followed
by a 1.5 metre tsunami. Search teams are still trying
to reach some isolated villages to assess the extent damage. ,

Good morning, well, I can tell you that just after midday yesterday, an 8. that just after midday yesterday, an 8.0 magnitude earthquake was felt off the coast of Santa cauz islands which is in the southernmost part. Traffic chaos in a usually quiet and calm Fiji. This was Suva as thousands headed for the It was triggered by a East of the

From the information that we've
gathered from some of the villagers, some of the villages have been
destroyed by the tsunami. These calm scenes in Honiara did nothing to reflect
the chaos happening not too far away where some villages
have been almost wiped out. We are being supported by the Regional Assistance Mission
to Solomon Islands personnel who are able to deploy helicopters and potentially tomorrow
an aircraft to the region to assess the impact. The Australian Government
has acted quickly to offer help. We're very eager to assist if the government of the Solomons
thinks Australia can help. It might be days until
the full damage will be known. Thousands of workers are being
ripped off by employers under the guise
of on-the-job experience. That's according to a new report
released this morning commissioned by
the Fair Work Ombudsman. The report's found a growing trend of unpaid work experience,
trials and internships. And in some cases,

employers are exploiting
the willingness of young people and using them as free labour. Adelaide University Professor
Andrew Stewart authored the report and he joins us now. Good morning. How big an issue is this? result

Morning, David, it certainly seems to be getting bigger. There is a lot of evidence in our report about a very significant number of young people either doing unpaid work trials that can last way longer than would be necessary to find out if they can do the job, or people particularly in professional areas, doing weeks or months of inturn ships where it is very hard to distinguish them from paid employees.Where do you draw the line, between people trying to get a foot in the door, most of us worked for a boss trying to convince the boss, where do you draw the line. There is one clear legal line, if you are doing unpaid work smoorns as part of an authorised training course, let's say it's part of your uni degree. There is no problem with that. Outside that, legally it's very murky but from a social point of view, the question we want to ask is this, who is it that can afford to work for months and months underpaid, clearly it's more likely to favour people who have got the money do that or have got families to support them. So it's a question of setting boundaries around this. We don't want to stamp out people doing work experience or being keen to show what they can do but we do want to start developing appropriate guidelines, hopefully that can done without going to without going to court. The ombudsman is trying to work with business to develop codes of practice.Give us some suggestions from you about what the code of practice should be. Should it be you can't work more than a month, for example? Or two weeks.I think it's - very much going to fend on the context. If you go for a job in a cafe, it's perfectly reasonable that you might be asked to show that you can make a cup of coffee or you know, take money from a customer. There's no obvious reason why you need to be on trial for any longer than a shift or a day. In other kinds of jobs, if you are sort of trying to break into the media for example, it might be perfectly appropriate for you to spend even some weeks getting to know what is involved, following people around, getting an idea of the job. But it's when you start doing work that would need to be done by paid employee, that you that's where exploitation is looming and you can argue in that case that the business is starting to use you as a source of free labour.That's a very good point. Thank you for that, I appreciate your time. Here is

TV and radio personality
Chrissie Swan has vowed to give up smoking
for good after breaking down on television
last night. She faced the cameras after
admitting to smoking cigarettes while heavily pregnant
with her third child. I'm so deeply
embarrassed and ashamed of this. because, um...

..being a mother has been
the single most amazing thing. Chrissie went public after paps
snapped her lighting up. The celebrity says she's now
grateful the incident happened and hopes she can be an example
to other pregnant women. The chief of women's health
in New South Wales, Denele Crozier, joins me in the studio. Denele, good morning. You've made the bold move,
publicly defending Chrissie. What made you do that? ,

Well, look, I must say straight away, I have been already got some backlash myself over that. So I want to say straight up, I do not support smoking and I don't think smoking is good while you are pregnant but a large number of women find themselves addictioned to signify themselves addictioned to cigarettes and we are about supporting women who need to quit. If we are going to shame people or punish them, when they are not getting right, then they they are not getting right, then they are not going to come forward and get the help they need. That's one of the reasons. I think we went too far in the public debate in giving her a really hard time about something rather than something rather than, although it ended last night with giving her lots of support to get the help she needs. Good on her for coming out publicly.So by supporting her, you are not endorsing her habit?No, no, are not endorsing her habit?No, no,. Smoking I think the community has done a great lot of work over the last ten years to get smoking rates right down. That obviously smoking is horrendous for everyone. Everybody smoke is doing you harm. I totally support that but we do need to support the whole community to get the health messages and shaming isn't a good health tactic I think. So public reaction to this has been extraordinary?Absolutely.What is your advice to women who find themselves in a similar position? Well, I think when it comes to smoking - we are using the wrong language, we talk about get goes cravings, those are withdrawal symptoms. So I think if we start talking about it, I mean, if everybody could just quit smoking we could change the world today, we would have already done that. It's quite a hard journey. People don't understand the strength of nicotine and how difficult it is to get on it. So they say, I'm going to quit Friday and I'm not surprised they bust every Monday. I think they need a plan. I think they need to think about how they are going to get there. I think we need to start seeing - like, if you are having a craving, you are having withdrawal symptoms, take a glass of water. Start changing how we talk about smoking as though it's - their. Being pregnant is very different. Denele, I really appreciate you coming in.Thank you for having me. See you again. Here is Beretts.

Now to the latest
in the AFL doping scandal and the man at the centre
of the allegations surrounding Essendon players insists he did nothing wrong. Steve Danks has told
the 'Herald Sun' he did not give players
banned, illegal or performance-enhancing drugs. But 'The Age' reports a convicted drug trafficker,
who calls himself Dr Ageless, supplied Danks with potentially
illegal supplements from Asia for use by Bombers players. Federal Police
and the Australian Crime Commission are also investigating the use
of banned substances in other elite sports. Essendon great and Seven AFL
commentator Tim Watson joins us now. Tim, this is especially
close to home for you given your son Jobe
is the Bombers' skipper. What's he told you?

Well, he has been able to tell me that the players were aware of what they were taking last year. They were vitamins, they were put on different programs, depending on the player and their needs at that time. They were in a really heavy training program themselves as players. They wanted to make sure as a group of players that anything that they were taking, because players are acuting aware of what they can and can't take, and they wanted to make sure that all the players were taking products that were Wada and had been checked off by the club doctor, I spoke to Jobe about this yesterday because of the headlines I saw in the paper yesterday morning. He could lose his Brownlow Medal as a parent, you are very concerned about that sort of thing but he was completely at ease about it and relaxed. He said " relaxed. He said "Look, dad, I haven't done anything untoward" nor to his knowledge had any player. So that was a great relief for me.It does sound extreme. We have got does sound extreme. We have reliable reports that the players were given stomach injections twice a week and monthly IVs, does that surprise you? That is fairly intense?I think people that don't operate within an elite training like AFL, probably think this could be sinister. This is not an unusual thing for players to have vitamins and things inject the into their system. So, they had their blood taken regularly. I remember Jobe telling me about blood telling me about taken regularly. I remember Jobe telling me about blood testing after training, that would be a sample to look at his fatigue, for him and those that operate in that world, it's not an unusual world for the rest of us, to get a glimpse inside that AFL world, it throws up all sorts of possibilities and it looks far more sinister than what it is. The fact that the players had to sign confidential agreements. Do we know where that is?My knowledge is they didn't site confidential agreements. They signed an agreement, that what they were taking was Wada, asada and approved by the AFL. This would be kept as the intellectual property of the Essendon Football Club. I can't comment on that because the comment on that because the first that I knew about that was when I read it in the paper this morning. Thank you for your time this morning.No problem

An epic public battle has been
under way over the past few weeks. Monopoly is getting rid
of one of its game pieces and they put it to a vote. Fans of the game were asked to choose the token
they wanted to keep. Most people chose to save the dog. The boot, the iron
and the wheelbarrow were all at the bottom of the list. The final figures have been
counted up and Monopoly's marketing manager,
Leigh Gibson, is here with the results. Leigh, which one is going? ,I'm going to be devastated with the result, which one is the result, which one is getting the flick.I can announce, it was very close, I've got in my little hand, the wheel barrow, the iron and the boot. All three were neck and neck these two got saved so the boot was saved, the wheel barrow was saved, unfortunately I the iron has to go. Oh.The iron has been sent to gaol. That's women's Lib at work again.It is definitely.Now, which is the new one you are bringing in.There were five up to vote, the helicopter, the cat, the guitar, the toy robot and the diamond ring. Australians really wanted the toy robot so that was the Australian favourite, unfortunately I for Australians, the cat is the one that's made the game.So now we have got a dog and a cat. They get equal billing on the game.If you are a cat lover and a dog lover, you can go head-to-head.Monopoli is one of the Koch family family games. It ends in tears sometimes because we form consortiums and all that sort of stuff in the middle of T just tell us how popular it is. Incredibly popular. It's played in over 111 copies. We have sold nearly 3 million copies.Who invented it. 3 million copies.Who invented it.? Charles Garrow was the inventer, at the end of the depression era in the United States. The whole start with nothing, make a success, really trans nothing, make a success, really translated well back in those days. That's fantastic. Thank you for that. Good luck, good to see the cat up there with the dog, Mel. And also, email in any Monopoli tips that you've got. Have you got any tips that you've got.You have to stop crying when your girls beat you.I know, they are mean to me. They double my rent.You've taught them

The news, sport and weather
is up next on Sunrise. Then... Can I tell them how old you are,
Barbara? Of course you can. 92.
92.

Gee wiz, you're looking good. See how Barry Gibb's mum
stole the show as we interviewed
the Bee Gees legend. And, the real life Sherlock Holmes, the lady detective
catching cheaters in the act.

I'm production operator.

There's always been good work
there and good money for me, so shouldn't have too many dramas

Yeah, I've been fortunate enough to be able to work
in the mining industry. VOICEOVER: There are two sides I know a lot of people
who've been knocked back. The mining companies
want to bring in thousands of temporary
overseas workers, yet thousands of Australians
are looking for mining jobs.

The mining companies
don't own the resource.

We all do. Let's spread it around.

Coming up, the first eliminated team
from 'My Kitchen Rules' joins us live in the studio.

EU Did you shout at the television as well.Lib did, abused them as

But now for the news headlines.
Here's Nat. Good morning. The sports scientist at the centre
of the AFL doping scandal has rejected claims
he gave players banned substances. The Australian Crime Commission
has launched an investigation after allegations Essendon players were injected
with performance-enhancing drugs. Other sports, including rugby
league, could also be implicated. Those people who have been
administering and those people
who've been receiving are accountable
under anti-doping rules. Former Essendon sports scientist
Stephen Dank has told News Limited the claims are untrue. Thousands of jobs could be relocated
to the Top End under a plan
by Opposition Leader Tony Abbott. A leaked document has revealed
Coalition plans to split the country
into different tax zones. It would force tens of thousands of
public sector workers to relocate. Mr Abbott hopes the tax
and relocation measures will increase populations
in Darwin, Cairns and Karratha and create a new food bowl.

A Sydney woman has died after plummeting from a fourth floor
balcony early this morning. Emergency services were called
to a block of units in the south-eastern suburb
of Little Bay, just before 1am. The 48-year-old woman was taken
to St Vincent's Hospital with serious injuries but died a short time later. Police are speaking to witnesses. Specialist forensic officers
are also at the scene.

As the sun rises
in the Solomon Islands, the damage from the powerful
earthquake that rocked the region is beginning to become clear. The province of Temotu
was hardest hit with dozens of homes washed away. The death toll currently stands
at eight but officials expect that number
to rise. Water and electricity supplies
have also been affected. The Australian Government says
it's ready to help, if needed.

And for couples wanting
a really cool wedding, this church in Sweden
could be the venue you're after. It's carved completely from ice and opens during the Northern
Hemisphere winter, every year. Temperatures drop to -20 degrees, making it too cold
for a choir or a band.

Essendon legend Tim Watson says he's
received assurances from son Jobe that the Bombers weren't taking
illegal supplements in 2012. The Bombers captain faces losing
the Brownlow Medal he won last year if Essendon players are found
to have used banned substances. He said, "Look, Dad,
I haven't done anything untoward" nor, to his knowledge, had any other player
at the Essendon Football Club. That was a great relief to me. Watson says he'd be devastated if Jobe was stripped of
the AFL's highest individual honour. Australia has clinched the one-day
series against the West Indies, winning game three by 39 runs
at Manuka Oval. James Faulkner's 4-wicket haul
was accompanied by a fine for yelling an obscenity
at Chris Gayle. The visitors were dismissed for 290
in reply to Australia's 7/329. Shane Watson marked his return from
injury with a century and man-of-the-match honours. But the highlight of match
belonged to Kieron Pollard and his jaw-dropping one-handed
catch to remove Glenn Maxwell. , Girls, you will like this, up, reach, grab, right hander, down, roll, tuck on the boundary, over, got it, nice. Yes. You're out.Good commentary, Beretts.That's a catch right there. I can't wait until Seven has the

Police fear match-fixing
is about to hit our shores with A-League soccer
and Big Bash League cricket the most likely targets. Organised crime experts believe Asian crime syndicates may already
be grooming Australian sports stars as part of a long-term plan
to fix matches. Earlier this week
European police revealed by a Singapore-based betting cartel. ,

,.You were telling us earlier, it's one year today until the winter Olympics in Russia.Yes.Has anyone - is it going to be on TV?Yeah, it will be on TV. We just don't know who will have it on TV yet.They haven't decided.No, it's all in a bit of a bidding.I wonder whether I had missed that.No, we will let you know as soon as it

Now to the weather. , You take us some some incredible places, this places, this is really remarkable. You know what I love about this, is the fact that you can soak up, in this most iconic location, from your very own are own loungeroom. This is quite an astonishing little moment, in just a couple of steps, thel be standing alost the highest point in Australia. The rooftop of our continent. This is Mount Kosciuszko. And the very, very top. (APPLAUSE) And the very, very top. (APPLAUSE). Take alook around. The highest point in Australia. Yeah. (APPLAUSE) in Australia. Yeah. (APPLAUSE). Woo woo. In 1840, Strzelecki walked up here, the man who discovered a desert, a mountain range and Mount Kosciuszko, named it cost oak yow after a Polish freedom fighter, he said the top of this place looked like the toke back in like the toke back like the toke like the like said the top of this place looked like the tome back in Poland. It's tough, it's barren, it is accessible. In fact, they get quite a few people up here to see the first Sunrise on new year's day. They want to see the kiss of the sun and the warmth hitting their face from on top of the highest point in Australia. Victoria is just about 20ks as the Crowe flies that way. In fact ckts the Murray River, sorry, water is running out of my mouth because I can't talk. The Murray River is just over that next ridge over that way. In fact, if you had a pee here, you could wee into three different river systems and that's astonishing, don't you think. Let's look at the weather.Nobody has ever put it like that before.

Sunrise Weather brought to you by Beacon Lighting's
up to 50% off everything sale. Now on in-store and online. A trough is generating
hot, dry northerly winds in South Australia, Victoria
and Tasmania as well as bringing light showers. South-westerly winds behind the
trough are causing a cooler change. A ridge is directing showers over northern New South Wales
and Queensland coasts. A trough is the tropics
is causing storms. A few showers
in Brisbane. Sydney,
sunny. Partly cloudy
in Canberra. Melbourne,
party cloudy. Mostly sunny
in Hobart.

Cloud clearing
in Adelaide. Sunny in
Perth. An afternoon storm
for Darwin.

It can get up to 27 degrees. It ain't that now. The wind chill factor here has a very pronounced effect. So it's a lot colder than the temperature would suggest. But it does get down to about minus 15 but this is the very top of Australia. Look above us. Soak it up. You don't see a bluer sky anywhere. It anywhere. It is Critical clear and it is simably gorgeous.Be thankful you are there in summer, Grant, that's all I can say.That would be smarter.See you soon.It's windy. It's gorgeous,

Still ahead on Sunrise -
the real lady detective - how she turned snooping on her ex
into a successful career. And a very personal tour... You try to blank it out
but it never works.

You try to be whoever you are, I am always going to be one of three and that won't go away.

Barry Gibb is back in Australia. Our interview
with the Bee Gees legend is next.

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