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Breakfast: Friday, March 2

Published: 5:56AM Friday March 02, 2012 Source: Breakfast

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Strike threat in Britain

Britain's largest labour union is threatening to disrupt the London Olympics with strikes, Breakfast speaks to Europe Correspondent Garth Bray about what has sparked this action.

Property sales: Buying and selling by auction

House prices and sales are rising and so is the trend to buying and selling by auction. Breakfast talks to auction specialists Harcourts about the trend and who it works best for.

How prevalent is identity fraud in NZ?

A new case of identity fraud has cropped up in New Zealand. Breakfast gets the details from Immigration New Zealand about just how prevalent the issue is.

New study: What your child's future holds

A new landmark study claims to know what your child's future holds simply by looking at the quality of their teachers. Breakfast speaks with one of the researchers John Friedman from Harvard University's School of Government.

Trying to break gang lifestyle

The Government is seriously considering a plan to relocate released inmates so they can break away from the gang lifestyle safely. Criminologist Greg Newbold, and gang worker Mua Strickson-Pua join Breakfast to discuss the idea.

MP reacts to forced adoptions

With victims of forced adoptions in New Zealand are calling for an apology from the Government, Breakfast asks Labour MP Lianne Dalziel - who has campaigned on this issue for some time - exactly what needs to change.

Jesse Ryder's in trouble

Cricket writer Richard Boock discusses Jesse Ryder's latest indiscretion. Is this game over for the Black Cap?

Value of a good teacher

New research shows just how important it is for students to have a good teacher. Breakfast asks Robin Duff from the Post Primary Teachers Association whether teachers need a pay incentive to continue to improve.

Why Wellington is coffee crazy

If there is one thing Wellingtonians love more than their windswept hair and black coats, it is coffee. Intrepid reporter Lucas De Jong finds out why our capital city is so coffee crazy.

Gadget Guy: Microsoft and Sony's latest products

Breakfast's Gadget Guy takes a look at the latest products released from technology giants Microsoft and Sony.

Joanna Hunkin's weekly entertainment wrap

Joanna Hunkin takes a look at every parent's worst nightmare in movie form with "Project X" and reveals a new champion of the charts.

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