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Breakfast: Wednesday 4 February

Published: 8:24AM Wednesday February 04, 2009 Source: ONE News

Green Party Co-Leader Russel Norman says the proposed changes to the Resource Management Act will strangle community rights. He joined Breakfast to explain.

Boy Racers
ONE News has uncovered footage taken just before the incident which saw a police officer in Christchurch attacked by 300 boy racers. Police Minister Judith Collins joined Breakfast to discuss the tougher measures she is proposing.

UK Snow
ONE News UK correspondent Andrew Potter talks about the chilly weather in London.

Campus Cops
Sergeant Marko Radojkovich from Counties Manukau Police explains how spending time at high school helps form better relationships between the police and the community.

Valerie Vili
Breakfast asked Halberg Supreme Award winner Valerie Vili what it is like to win New Zealand's most prestigious sport award, two years in a row.

Gadget Tee
Breakfast's girl gadget guru, editor Tee Twyford, explained how to get online in 2009 with her guide to blogging.

Password fatigue
Scott Bartley writes for New Zealand PC World. He gives some simple tips on beating 'password fatigue.' 

Style - shoulder pads are back!
Shoulder pads, fake furs and jerkins are making a come back this 2009 Winter-Autumn season. Style expert Paula Ryan explains.

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