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Breakfast: Tuesday March 15

Published: 6:19AM Tuesday March 15, 2011 Source: Breakfast

Latest from Japan

ONE News reporter Garth Bray provides the latest news from Japan in the aftermath of the 8.9 magnitude quake and tsunami.

Bob Parker on formal earthquake enquiry

The Prime Minister has announced a formal enquiry into the collapse of the buildings like Pyne Gould and CTV in central Christchurch. Mayor Bob Parker tells Breakfast the move will help clear up a number of unanswered questions.

Lessons from Japan

The Japanese quake is now one of the largest in recorded history. Breakfast hears from International earthquake expert, Geophysicist Professor Kevin Furlong, about how it will provide vital data that could lead to valuable lessons for New Zealand.

Phil Goff's Week in politics

A new poll shows support for MP Hone Harawira, but Labour has now ruled out working with the maverick MP. Breakfast speaks with party leader Phil Goff.

Connecting with Japan

Breakfast talks to Kenji Azuma from the Japanese Society of Auckland who has spent the days since the quake working helping the Japanese community connect with their loved ones back home.

Music reviews: Lykke Li, Lupe Fiasco, Ivy Lies

Entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin reviews new music from Swedish indie popster Lykke Li, American rapper Lupe Fiasco and home-grown pop rockers, Ivy Lies.

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