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National's Irrigation policy
Controversy surrounds the National Party's $400m promise to build up the South Island's irrigation capacity. Cath Wallace from environmental umbrella group ECO joins Irrigation NZ CEO Andrew Curtis to debate the issues.
What next for Pike families
Health and safety charges have been laid over the Pike River mine explosion have been welcomed by the local community. But do they answer the big questions around accountability? Breakfast talks to EPMU Assistant National Secretary Ged O'Connell and Grey District Mayor Tony Kokshoorn.
Labour's education policy
Labour's new education policy makes a lot of promises focused around giving children the best start in life. But are the costs realistic? The party's education spokesperson Sue Maroney sits down with Breakfast.
Frank Nobilo - golf and charity
Frank Nobilo, one of our most famous golfers, has returned from the US for a sweeping visit. He tells Breakfast why he's not here to hit the golf course, but to check up on how his favourite charity is progressing.
Mana Party politics
National and Labour have ruled out working with Mana, so how will the party deliver on its election promises if it gets into Parliament? Breakfast speaks with leader Hone Harawira about the campaign trial and his party's future prospects.
Election 2011 - Week two analysis
Political analyst Dr Claire Robinson joins Breakfast for a round-up of the week's election campaigning.
Reporter round up
With Brooke, Lucas and James.
My Media - Joe Cotton
Radio host Joe Cotton is on the Breakfast couch to give her opinion on the latest events making headlines this week.
Foodie Friday - raspberry and cherry trifle
Cuddly Cook Annabelle White teaches Breakfast how to make the world's easiest dessert - raspberry and cherry trifle.