Breakfast spoke to Professor Robert Patman, an expert in International Relations at Otago University, about the Israel/Gaza flotilla incident and the global repercussions.
Crossing the centre line
Central District's Road Policing Manager Inspector Neil Wynne told Breakfast he is "gob-smacked" by the early feedback from a highly publicised operation over the number of vehicles that are crossing the centre line.
Smoking and depression
Researchers say they have found a link between smoking and depression.
50 Years of TV make-up
Margaret or "Madge" to her friends was New Zealand's first television make up artist. She was working the first day television went to air and talks to us about that first night and how far TV has come.
The ancient game of golf was first played in the 12th century at St Andrews in Scotland when shepherds knocked stones into rabbit holes. The game has obviously evolved since then and so has the technology. Our Inspector Gadget John Buckley looked at the latest gadgets for golfers.
Style - Clothes for first dates
Style and self-image expert Susana Sarmiento joined Breakfast to talk about how to portray the right image for dating success.