The National Road Policing Manager has likened New Zealand roads to "killing fields", following 15 deaths in three days. Breakfast asked Superintendent Paula Rose what caused such a horrific road toll.
Breakfast asked CDHB Chief Medical Officer Dr Nigel Millar if New Zealand is well prepared for a possible flu pandemic.
Breakfast spoke to political editor Guyon Espiner about the Government's response to the threat of a Swine Flu epidemic.
Fran's music review
Francesca Rudkin reviewed The Virgins The Virgins, Neil Young Fork in the Road, and Bob Dylan Together through life.
Peter Carruthers is the inventor of the Bike Alive wand-mounted bicycle safety light. He explains its benefits to Breakfast. www.bikealive.co.nz
Breakfast spoke to Image consultant Angela Stone about what women learn in deportment and finishing schools. For more information on Angela Stone head to www.angienz.co.nz
Personal Shopper - Mother's Day
Breakfast's Personal Shopper Heather Tait shows off some great gift ideas for Mother's Day:
-Starship Jewellery: Ane Si Dora Bracelet, Starship Pendant; Bake by Allyson Gofton; Fleece Robe; Pink Uggs; Ronan Keating CD all at the Warehouse nationally
-Pink scarf, recycled china butterflies, mirror butterfly, playing cards from Tuberose 09 520 5635
-Just like my Mother used to bake; how to be a better foodie; a pinch of salt all from Farro Fresh 09 570 7071
-Bulbs in Glass from National Flower Promotions Group
-Pink Wellies www.wellies.co.nz
-Chef's Candle www.candlesofnz.co.nz
-Spotted bathrobe, funky shopping bags www.cittadesign.com
-Mucking In at bookstores nationally
-Dibber, Bean Note Pad from www.thecompanyshed.co.nz