Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Ch 7 Anzac Day Sunrise.. No Kevin Rudd

I guess the story about the Vietnam broadcast was a fraud. Let's face it, the scam had Tony Aboot's name written all over it long before Seven put out today's media release:

Sunrise on ANZAC Day

Author: Seven Network | Apr 10, 2007, 15:17

In a very special television event, Channel Seven’s Sunrise program will broadcast on ANZAC Day from Currumbin Beach on the Gold Coast.

From 6am on Wednesday 25 April 2007, Sunrise cameras will capture the Elephant Rock Dawn service commercial free.

The service is organised by the Currumbin Palm Beach RSL Club and features a veterans’ parade and fly-over.

“The Elephant Rock service is one of the most beautiful in the country,” says Executive Producer Adam Boland. “It’s impossible not to get goose bumps when you see the light horseman on the beach.”

The entire Sunrise team will be on location at the Currumbin Surf Life Saving Club overlooking the service.

After 8am, attention will return to the beach as arguably Australia’s biggest band takes to the stage in a celebration of Australian freedom. The top secret act will perform four songs. Details of the act will be announced on Monday April 16.

“ANZAC Day is a day of thanks and reflection on what a wonderful nation we live in, “ says Ron Workman, President of the Currumbin Palm Beach RSL. “In highlighting our freedom, the children of our Community will be able to enjoy a live Benefit Concert on the beach. We at the RSL believe the Freedom Concert is aptly named. We thank Sunrise on their approach to a day of national significance.”

The beach backs on to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Throughout the morning, weather presenter Monique Wright will be inside the Sanctuary’s wildlife hospital which desperately needs re-building.

More than 4,000 sick and orphaned native animals are brought to the hospital each year. The current facility can no longer meet demand – so Sunrise is putting its weight behind the appeal.

“We aim to raise $1 million dollars and we’ll be appealing to Corporate Australia as well as Mums and Dads to dig deep,” says Michelle Monsour, Chief Executive of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. “With climate change and increased urbanisation, we need to protect our precious and fragile Aussie wildlife for future generations.”

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is operated by the National Trust of Queensland on a not-for-profit basis.


At 6:32 PM, Blogger paul walter said...

it had to be rove or cheney. in some worlds seems even rove is expendable. the blade has penetrated v.deep


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