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Breakfast checks in with Europe Correspondent Garth Bray for the latest developments in the Emily Longley murder trial.
Now Playing: Morning Markets: May 11 (1:39)
Anne Hare from Craigs Investment Partners with a market update.
Now Playing: NZ Ski's transformation (2:49)
Breakfast talks to James Coddington, NZ Ski's CEO.
Now Playing: Tim Wilson's Weird Wide Web (4:50)
Tim Wilson shares some good moments on the web.
Breakfast asks Horticulture NZ CEO Peter Silcock if the discovery really is cause for concern.
Now Playing: Fears over cuts in family violence agencies (3:16)
Frontline family violence agencies are fearful for the safety of domestic violence victims amid concerns of funding cuts.
Breakfast check out one of the companies embracing video calling.
Now Playing: Video: Corin's greatest hits on Breakfast (3:15)
Some of Corin Dann's top moments on the couch.
Now Playing: Housing NZ's frontline struggle (3:48)
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Kay Read from Housing NZ Tenancy Services talks to Breakfast about a new hotline service.
Now Playing: Tourism pioneer talks risk and safety (3:08)
Graeme Dingle, a pioneer in adventure tourism in NZ, talks about safety.
Breakfast: Friday, May 11
Published: 6:12AM Friday May 11, 2012 Source: Breakfast
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- London terror killers could have been 'inspired by Boston bombs' video photos
- Mt Everest's Hillary step a 'chaotic mess'
- Arias jury deadlocked on death or life sentence
- Ford to close Australia car plants
- 15:23 Kim Kardashian plans lavish baby shower
- 15:20 America's Cup investigators tweak rules for safety
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- updated 15:05 Neck injury rules Luatua out of Blues side
- updated 15:00 London terror killers could have been 'inspired by Boston bombs' video photos
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