Quake Business Reaction
Breakfast spoke to Paul Lonsdale from the Central City Business Association about how businesses are coping from the aftermath of the weekend's quake.
In the wake of Christchurch's biggest ever earthquake, Breakfast talks to Mayor Bob Parker for a rundown of how the city's coping and whether they are bracing themselves for more destruction with the expected weather forecast.
Breakfast speaks to Prime Minister John Key about the awful events over the weekend including the Fox Glacier plane crash that killed all 9 people on board and the 7.1 earthquake that hit Christchurch.
Breakfast spoke to Keith Gallaher from the Parachute Industry Association, safety director about the plane crash at Fox Glacier that killed 9 people, 5 of whom were well-known and experienced members of the skydiving industry.
Mary Jane Daly Executive General Manager of State Insurance gave Breakfast viewers advice about making quake insurance claims and when and how long it'll take to get processed..
Stories from the Quake
Breakfast heard stories from the people of Christchurch about how they coped when the big earthquake hit.
Breakfast also spoke to Anne Jaiswal from the Linwood High School Welfare Centre who is dealing with counselling the victims of the Christchurch earthquake.
Quake survival story
Breakfast spoke to Labour MP and Quake survivor Brendon Burns who's been unable to return to his home after it was severely damaged by the earthquake.