Now Playing: Jobs on the line at wool plant takeover (4:54)
Robert Reid from First Union speaks about the takeover at an Oamaru wool plant, and how it will affect the industry and workers.
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Financial Commentator Bernard Hickey joins Breakfast and speaks about the increasing rate of household borrowing in NZ.
The team discuss the drinking culture surrounding the Wellington Sevens, and a new 'boyfriend trainer' app.
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Toni and Rawdon take to the beach at Mairangi Bay and compete in this week's challenge of surf lifesaving.
Film Critic Dominic Corry reviews new movies, Zero Dark Thirty and Silver Linings Playbook
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Sam Wallace dresses up for the Wellington Sevens, and mingles with fellow party-goers.
Breakfast: Friday February 1
Published: 6:15AM Friday February 01, 2013 Source: Breakfast
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