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Breakfast: Wednesday September 15

Published: 7:15AM Wednesday September 15, 2010 Source: Breakfast

Quake Tourism

Rick Starr, from Auckland University Business School, talked to Breakfast about the impact the Christchurch Quake will be having on the tourism market locally and internationally.

Foreshore and Seabed

Ngapuhi academic David Rankin talked to Breakfast about the reasons that Hone Harawira didn't support the Maori party in voting for the foreshore and seabed legislation - and whether this has caused major divisions within the party itself.


Breakfast talks to Peter Freeman, Chairman of the NZ Security Association, ahead of the New Zealand Security Conference which will look closely at the importance of proposed changes in security legislation due to go through Parliament this week.

Child Fund Deb Leaver

In the aftermath of the Canterbury Quake, Breakfast talked to ChildFund Vietnam Director Deb Leaver about her work with relief projects all around the world, and how all countries are on a level playing field in the face of disaster.

Cat Gadgets

Breakfast's Gadget Girl and editor of Tee Twyford brought in some gadgets for cats and cat lovers.

Diamond Necklace

After two family members fell victim to breast cancer, Hastings woman Angela Jarrett has had her diamond ring built into a beautiful necklace that's being auctioned off during Hasting's Hot Pink week to raise funds to fight the disease.

Style: Ashley Fogel

Top Kiwi fashion designer Ashley Fogel is just back from the fashion capitals of the world with his report on the latest style trends for spring and summer.

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