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Breakfast: Wednesday October 14

Published: 6:20AM Wednesday October 14, 2009 Source: Breakfast

John Banks on bus dispute
John Banks, Auckland City Mayor spoke about his disappointment with the ongoing pay dispute between NZ Bus and drivers which has meant many schools have been without buses this week. NZ Bus says it hopes after talks again today its services will return to normal by Thursday.

Stacy Baker
Breakfast spoke to Stacey Baker a former resident and landlord of a Longburn Road property who had been calling Waitakere City Council with complaints about the drainage system where Aisling Symes was found. Ian Holyoake is a former top cop who spoke about how police conduct such a massive investigation like the one around the search for Aisling.

Lab contract
Breakfast spoke to Dr Mike Peterson the New Zealand Medical Association spokesperson about whether the announcement by Auckland DHB's to return 10% of its contract work back to Diagnostic Medlab rather than Labtests' Auckland will actually make a difference.

Council dog laws
Breakfast Consumer Commentator Troy Churton with his take on the proposed overhaul of Councils' dog laws.

Gadget for gym-bunnies
Gadget Girl and Editor of Tee Twyford talked to Breakfast about the latest gadgets for gym-bunnies.

Tsunami appeal
Breakfast spoke to two Tauranga children who are doing their best to raise money for the Samoa Tsunami.

Style tips
Style guru Paula Ryan spoke to Breakfast about the colour white and choosing the correct white for you.

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