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Breakfast: Friday September 14

Published: 8:58PM Thursday September 13, 2012 Source: Breakfast

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Business investment in China
David Mahon, from Mahon China Investment, describes his frustration that Kiwi businesses are slow to try to invest in China.

Euthanasia concerns
A Christian group has slammed the discharge without conviction for Evans Mott, saying it sets a dangerous precedent on assisted suicide cases. Breakfast speaks to Family Life International.

Kiwi athletes in Europe
Europe Correspondent Garth Bray on young Kiwi athletes wining on the world stage.

Phillipstown School
Tony Simpson from Phillipstown School talks about the proposed closure of his school and the impact it will have on his community.

Key schools may merge
Christchurch Boys High principal Trevor McIntyre on the news that his school could potentially merge with Shirley Boys High School.

Hekia Parata on Christchurch
Education Minister Hekia Parata discusses the massive shakeup of Christchurch schools and the furore over the proposed closures.

The dangers of huffing
Ross Bell from the Drug Foundation responds to the Chief Coroner's case-study on "huffing" or butane inhalation-related deaths.

Weird Wide Web
Breakfast plunges into the Weird Wide Web with "Procrastination Reporter" Tim Wilson. He talks us through his pick of wacky web clips for the week.

Movie reviews: Savages and Your Sister's Sister
Movie critic Dominic Corry reviews new movies Savages and Your Sister's Sister



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