NZ's most trusted
Breakfast checks out the Reader's Digest survey on New Zealand's Most Trusted People.
Mike Hill, Director of Gambling Compliance, Department of Internal Affairs, announces a three-pronged attack to crack down on gambling money going missing.
Prime Minister John Key
Breakfast speaks to Prime Minister John Key following his trip to South Africa to watch the All Whites, the plan to ban smoking in prisons and how he has been instrumental in a deal to bring endangered panda bears to Wellington Zoo.
Matty shaves his head for charity
Breakfast reporter Matty McLean got his head shaved mid-air as part of Shave for a Cure 2010, the Leukaemia & Blood Foundation's signature fundraising event. Matty talks about the procedure from Queenstown where the Winter Festival is underway.
Sugar Ray Leonard
Legendary boxer Sugar Ray is visiting New Zealand and speaks to Breakfast.
Ford Falcon anniversary
Lucas de Jong takes us on a trip through the history of the iconic Ford Falcon as it celebrates 50 years of raw power in New Zealand.
Adventure traveller Jim McIntosh is a devoted volunteer at animal rehabilitation and protection camps in Africa and wants other kiwis to consider travelling to help the African animals.