Dairying recruitment drive
Breakfast speaks to Dairy NZ about its new recruitment drive and the effects of the recession.
Three gun-toting teenagers robbed a dairy in Auckland at the weekend, just days after a violent attack by youths on a British tourist. Child psychologist Dr Ian Lambie joins Breakfast with his views on how best to tackle troubled youths.
Fraud investigation experts are noticing a steep rise in business from corporate employers who suspect their staff are stealing from them. Breakfast asks Association of Certified Fraud Examiners President, Nick Paterson, if the tough times are breeding a new kind of criminal.
PM in Sydney
The Prime Minister joins Breakfast with his assessment of the Job Summit and a preview of his first official meeting with Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
The captain of Russell McVeagh New Zealand Schools' Debating Team, Maria English, tells Breakfast about her team's overall win at the recent World Schools Debating Championships in Greece.
Breakfast speaks to Alison Leversha, a community paediatrician at Starship Children's hospital about skin infections that are common amongst children and adults in New Zealand, and how to treat them.
Breakfast reporter Matty Mclean has been bit bad by the travel bug. So, he took a camera on his recent trip to Malaysia and looked into what the country has to offer.