Highlights from TV ONE's Q A interview with Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard, who says NZ can't realistically expect to compete with Australia economically.
Youth mental health
Dr Sabina Dosani is the clinical director of Leapfrog, a private organisation providing help to young people with mental health issues. Today Leapfrog opens its first clinic in Wellington and Dosani speaks to Breakfast about why there isn't enough services like Leapfrog's to help young people.
Smoking bans are back in the spotlight with the Auckland Regional Public Health Service calling on the government to increase tobacoo tax and ban smoking in many outdoor public areas, including beaches. Clinical lead for the Alcohol and Tobacco control Dr Andrew Lindsay talks to Breakfast about the proposed bans.
PM John Key
Breakfast speaks to the Prime Minister about Waitangi Day celebrations, Dr Bollard's comments that NZ can't expect to compete with Australia economically, and what he plans to say in his opening speech to parliament this Tuesday.
Catch a cray
Hans Kriek, SAFE campaigner, speaks to Breakfast about a demonstration taking place today outside an Auckland pub over the use of Catch-A-Cray machines.
Entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin speaks to Irish singer Ronan Keating about the future of Boyzone without Bandmate Stephen Gately who died late last year.
Apparently botox isn't just used to iron out wrinkles. Breakfast's resident doctor Frances Pitsillis has some fascinating medical uses for the drug.
Travel - Scotland
Gillian Swann from Visit Scotland speaks about what Scotland has to offer as a holiday destination.