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Breakfast: Tuesday 18 May

Published: 7:58AM Tuesday May 18, 2010

Leaky homes reaction
North Shore City Mayor Andrew Williams gives his opinion on the government's announcement over it's Leaky Homes package.

Mobile phone safety
Increased mobile phone use has led to public concern about possible cancer risks. A 10-year study into cellphones and brain cancer has just been released and Breakfast speaks to Dr David Black, an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Environmental Medicine at the University of Auckland about the findings.

Politics with Guyon Espiner
ONE News Political Editor Guyon Espiner analyses what the new Leaky Homes Package will mean for Breakfast viewers.

Music reviews with Joanna Hunkin
Entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin reviews new music from Guns n' Roses guitarist Slash, British pop starlet Cheryl Cole and a collection of covers from Craig David.

Mole map
Mark Gray from the Skin Institute shows an innovative new system for checking moles that's been developed here in New Zealand, published in a major medical journal and is now attracting the attention of overseas hospitals.

Hospice Awareness Week
Breakfast speaks to Joanne Sheerin and husband Pat on the eve of Hospice Awareness Week. The week is designed to share the philosophy and ideals of hospice with others around the country. Joanne has cancer and uses hospice as a support network.

Motoring
Kyle Cassidy reviews the Skoda Superb Combi.

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