The Prime Minister's back from a busy National party conference and will be talking to us about housing policy, Fonterra's continuing problems and his preferred flag.
A professor of property will assess the Government's helping hand to some first-home buyers plus we look at Auckland's transport plan; could our biggest city need a tube instead of a link?
A chiropractic warning about children's spines and handheld gadget use and also the New Zealand scientists banding together to work alongside the worldwide efforts to unlock the secrets of autism.
Plus Jenny-May's sporting highlights from the weekend and Sam Wallace's at the Navy base with HMNZS Te Mana before she heads away for seven months.
Join us from 6-9am on TV ONE or watch on the live stream .
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