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Breakfast: Friday 20 February

Published: 4:27AM Friday February 20, 2009

Shorter working week proposal
Senior Government Officials are considering a four day working week to prevent further job losses and help struggling businesses. Breakfast asked the boss of the country's largest Union EPMU what he thinks of the proposal.

Rejection of compensation for Rex Haig
The Government has declined Rex Haig's application for compensation for wrongful conviction and imprisonment following an independent inquiry. Breakfast asked Rex Haigh whether this is a miscarriage of justice.

Maori rugby team South Africa ban
Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres explains why he believes the South African Rugby Union should bend their rules about racially selected teams, and allow New Zealand's Maori side to play the Springboks.

Beetle in a tea bag
Bell Tea Chief Executive Mark Hamilton responds to a Christchurch customer's discovery of a beetle in her teabag. 

Oscars preview
Showbiz Reporter Dominic Bowden previews the biggest night in Hollywood.

Reporters diary
Our Reporters preview Auckland's Devonport Food, Wine And Music festival and Wellington's Cuba Street Carnival

The Brekkies
Breakfast hands out its awards to the winners and losers of the week.

Voice projection
We get some tips from Vocologist Tim Noonan.

Devonport Festival
We find out what's cooking at the Devonport Wine, Food and Music Festival.


 

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