Youth sport advocate Bob Bigelow is in New Zealand this week for SPARC's annual conference and to offer advice on how to get more Kiwi children involved in sport.
NZ Union of Students' Association Co-President, David Do, talks about the proposed changes to the student loan scheme. There are plans to focus on expat defaulters and restricting loan access to people over 55 years of age.
Prime Minister John Key
Breakfast catches up with Prime Minister John Key ahead of his trip to the UK (and France) later this month where he will have a private audience with the Queen. Also the looming changes to the student loan scheme, milk price regulation, potential candidates to stand against Rodney Hide in Epsom and the proposed Maori name for Ninety Mile Beach which has Northland tour operators fuming.
Canterbury Television returns to the air today, the first time since the devastating earthquake struck on February 22 and claimed the lives of 16 employees. Breakfast speaks with Rob Cope-Williams, who has been at CTV for the past 20 years, about today's emotional re-launch.
Online and Technology expert Peter Griffin talks about Cisco's decision to stop manufacturing the Flip video camcorders and rumours that Nintendo plans to unveil a successor to its hugely successful game console, Wii.
Temuera Morrison returns to the big screen this week in the Kiwi-British co-production, Tracker. He talks to Breakfast about where he's at.
Behind the scenes of Shortland Street
Breakfast gets a behind the scenes look at the Shortland Street set ahead of their HD launch tonight.
Travel writing - what it takes
Breakfast gets the inside word on what it takes to become a travel writer.