Overseas Investment Office changes
Harcourts Cooper & Co Managing Director Martin Cooper talks to Breakfast about whether the government's plan to tighten up foreign investment will deter foreigners buying up NZ land.
GST on fresh food
Breakfast speaks to Victor Billot, the spokesperson behind the No GST on Food Campaign, about Labour's plan to axe GST on fresh fruit and vegetables.
The week in politics
Breakfast gets the latest political news from ONE News political editor Guyon Espiner.
Entertainment reporter Jo Hunkin reviews Leonard Cohen's Songs From The Road, a collection of covers from Phil Collins and Shihad's new album Ignite.
Palmerston North town crier
Breakfast talks to the 2004 Women's World Champion Town Crier and undefeated NZ Champion Town Crier Caroline Robinson.
Heather Tait shares entertaining ways to get your teen out of bed or off the computer over the school holidays.
Personal shopper details:
Dart Board - K Mart Stores
Bananagrams, Razor Siege Scooter, Ripstik skateboard - Farmers, the Warehouse & Toyworld
Guitar, The Warehouse stores nationally
Cranium Adult, new moon & eclipse, adjustable tennis set - The Warehouse stores nationally
Chinese Checkers - good toy stores nationally
Airfix Messerschmitt; Green Science Weather Station & Enviro Shopping Bag - good toy stores nationally
Handmade cards, Fabric Gifts; Anyone can Bake; Anyone can Cook, both by Annabel Langbein
Fiction: Alex Rider Skeleton Key; A Gathering Light; fierce September; Shadow Wave
All from Arcadia Bookshop 09 522 5211 or arcadiabookshop.co.nz
Glee, 'It's ok, I'm wearing really big knickers!'' the Warehouse stores nationally