Latest on the PM's US visit
The Prime Minister is in Washington D.C. where he has been meeting with top US politicians to talk economic and security issues.
Breakfast checks in with ONE News Political Editor Guyon Espiner for the latest and what to expect in the lead up to John Key's visit to the White House.
Sex offence name suppression
Justice campaigners are outraged that a Manawatu man convicted of possessing obscene child-sex images has been granted name suppression.
Denise Ritchie from Stop Demand tells Breakfast the case sets a dangerous precedent.
Kiwi in Israel
Breakfast talks to Kiwi-bred Israeli media analyst Michael Lawrence and finds out how the Christchurch earthquake Mossad spy allegations have been received in Israel.
As the iconic Christchurch Press Building is pulled down, heritage advocates are worried the CBD demolition is progressing too quickly.
Breakfast asks Anna Crighton, Chair of the Christchurch Earthquake Heritage Building Trust, if the city risks losing its unique character.
Landlords looking to lease rental properties as holiday homes during the Rugby World Cup might no be as well protected as they think.
Breakfast speaks to property expert Scotney Williams from Tenancy Practice Service about how landlords can ensure they are covered.
Breakfast talks to stand-up comedian Brendhan Lovegrove for his take on the news of the week.
Breakfast talks to alternative rugby commentator Jed Thian about tonight's All Blacks game against Fiji.
There's no need to stop the salad intake in the cold months. Cuddly Cook Annabelle White shows Breakfast her delicious winter salad recipe.