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Breakfast: Wednesday, February 3

Published: 1:26AM Wednesday February 03, 2010 Source: Breakfast

NZEI responds to attacks
Frances Nelson of teachers union NZEI responds to the prime minister's attacks on teachers and the union's stance on national standards

Auckland transport infrastructure
Eden Park Neighbours Association President and Independent Auckland City Councillor Mark Donnelly explains his concerns over the lack of urgency in getting the city's transport infrastructure up to scratch for next year's rugby World Cup.

XT customer
Will XT customers be satisfied with Telecom's $5 million compensation offer for last week's three day network breakdown? Dunedin businessman Simon Eddy was badly affected and gives his view

Spy tactics in schools
Several popular schools say they're being forced to employ 'spy tactics' in a bid to stop the zone cheats who fake enrolment details. Christchurch Boys High Headmaster Trevor McIntyre details the extent of the problem

Service academies
As the government almost doubles the number of service academies in New Zealand schools, Tony Coughlan who runs the military-style programme at Onehunga High explains how these academies work to get great results

Oscar nominations
We have the Oscar nominations. Entertainment Reporter Joanna Hunkin analyses the shocks and surprises and gives her tips on the big winners

Wearable tech
Inspector Gadget John Buckley looks at the new craze in wearable technology

Regional round-up
Regional Reporters Alison Pugh, Matt Mclean and Charlotte Bellis look at what stories are stealing the headlines in their patch

Masterchef in New Zealand
Masterchef judges Simon Gault and Ross Burden talk about the New Zealand version of the show that launches on TV One tonight after taking the world by storm

Shopping tips
Bridget Lampard from the ShopSavvy guide is in with her tips on shopping for affordable clothes after the Christmas blow-out

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