Rest home complaint
Breakfast speaks to Lloyd Dean who lodged a complaint with the Health and Disability Commission about his dad Gil's treatment at Edmund Hillary Retirement Village. Gil died after a fall at the rest home and Lloyd says he is unhappy as he believes the home have made no changes since the Commission handed down a decision. Dr David Kerr, the Chief Executive of Ryman Healthcare defends The Village's practises.
Liquor law changes
Auckland criminal defence lawyer Karen Harding discusses the government's new zero drink drive limit for youths and recidivist drink drivers and why she believes this will not stop the country's drink drive problem.
Breakfast speaks to ONE News political editor Guyon Espiner about the political week.
Entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin reviews new music from Latin King, Enrique Iglesias, and RnB diva, Kelis. Plus, we check out two compilations with more than a few similarities.
Social networking site for the beautiful
Breakfast talks to the Kiwi behind a controversial social networking site that bars ugly people and has announced the launch of a virtual sperm and egg bank.
Double the financial advice
Finance gurus Craig and Paul Duffy advise Breakfast on what do to with a spare $5000; invest it or clear debt?
From class clown to super spy, Ashton Kutcher's career is firmly on the up. Dominic Bowden met the actor in LA ahead of his new film, Killers.