Unions to hold crisis talks with Qantas; Video of Daniel Morcombe's killer confession; No suspicious circumstances after fire; Racist attack on bus.
But our big story this morning is Qantas.
We have all angles covered on the show, beginning with Nat and the latest from the Seven newsroom.
Unions will hold crisis talks with Qantas today after the airline announced it was axing 5,000 jobs.
The national carrier will also reduce its fleet size and freeze wages after posting a record half-year loss yesterday.
The CEO is resisting calls to stand down.
I believe I'm the right person to take this company through the challenges we're facing at the moment.
Unions have threatened strike action, saying there is no hope for the future of Qantas without a change in direction from the board.
The Prime Minister has given his strongest indication yet there will be no government assistance for the airline.
We will have Alan Joyce on Live, on Sunrise, just after 7 this morning.
A video of Daniel Morcombe's accused killer confessing the murder to an undercover police officer has been played to a Brisbane court.
Brett Peter Cowan believed he was speaking to the boss of a criminal gang he'd been working for.
Cowan then gives a detailed description of where he hid Daniel's body, including drawing a map.
He then goes on the say police would never be able to pin the crime on him.
Police say there don't appear to be any suspicious circumstances after an explosion and the discovery of a man's body in Perth.
The bomb squad was called in yesterday after a fire spread in bushland near City Beach.
Fire crews made the grisly discovery when they were mopping up.
Detectives are investigating whether a parked van is connected to the incident.
Last year, several kilos of a highly volatile substance known as TATP was found in an estuary near Bunbury.
Gold Coast police have vowed to pursue charges if the victim comes forward following a sickening attack on a Gold Coast bus.
The vision shows two teenage girls, believed to be sisters, punching, kicking, and spitting on the man while hurling racist abuse.
the driver helped de-escalate the situation before anyone was hurt.
Pro-Russian gunmen have stormed government buildings in the Ukrainian region of Crimea, stoking tensions in the troubled country.
Russia has moved jets closer to the Ukraine border and there are rumours the deposed president Viktor Yanukovych