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Is NZ really nuclear free?
Today marks the 25th Anniversary of the New Zealand Nuclear Weapon Free Zone legislation, but are we really nuclear free? Breakfast talks to Green MP Gareth Hughes about why he says we are not.
Protesting against special needs unit closure
The parents of Ranui special needs unit have collected more than 10,000 signatures to protest its (and others) proposed closure in 2013.
Breakfast speaks to petition organiser Meredydd Barrar and Dorothy Stewart, the mother of an autistic child.
Latest on John Key's European tour
ONE News Europe Correspondent Garth Bray with the latest on John Key's Germany visit.
Kiwi link in animation school research
Kiwi company Pukeko Pictures has signed a deal with the Beijing Film Academy's animation school to establish an International Animation Technology joint research centre.
Political fall-out over u-turn over education cuts
Breakfast speaks with political reporter Michael Parkin about the political fall out from the government's u turn on children class sizes.
Education sector reacts to education cuts back down
Breakfast speaks to Ian Leckie from the NZEI abut the Government's back down.
Education Minister Hekia Parata
Education Ministser Hekia Parata talks about her decision to back down on the controversial increases to school class sizes.
Tim Wilson's Weird Wide Web
Breakfast plunges into the Weird Wide Web with "Procrastination Reporter" Tim Wilson. He'll talk us through his pick of wacky web clips for the week.
Bringing much needed smiles to sick children
Clown Doctors are recognised throughout the world for the work they do in hospitals with sick children. For the first time Wellington Hospital will have Clown Doctors bringing some much needed smiles to patients in its children's ward. James Ransley was there.
Movie Review: Prometheus
Film critic Dominic Corry reviews Ridley Scott's latest science Fiction, Prometheus.