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Latest from the US with Jack Tame
For the latest news out of America, Breakfast checks in with ONE News US Correspondent Jack Tame
Entrepreneurs share their secrets
A who's who of entrepreneurs are meeting in Queenstown this week to share their secrets. Local success story Derek Handley, of marketing company Hyperfactory, talks to Breakfast.
Escaping problem gambling
Breakfast talks to a man who has managed to escape the clutches of problem gambling.
State housing protest
Protesters occupying an Auckland state house say they will not move until the Government stops evicting tenants and selling the houses. Protester Shane Malva tells Breakfast Housing NZ is destroying the local community.
Prime Minister John Key
Prime Minister and former state house tenant John Key responds to criticisms of Housing New Zealand, discusses the changing age of the workforce and looks ahead to the first anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake.
What can be done to tackle problem gambling?
Today Auckland University of Technology is hosting a think-tank aimed at greater understanding problem gambling. Breakfast talks about what can be done.
Cathedral Dean on his final service
Breakfast talks with outgoing Christ Church Cathedral Dean Peter Beck about his final service, and taking up a new role as city councillor.
Wrap of the week's sport
Breakfast checks in with Jenny-May Coffin for a wrap of the week's sport.
Movie fans to shake in their seats
New Zealand cinemas are doing everything they can to hold onto fickle movie fans. The latest attempt is an experience that will leave film-goers shaking in their seats, as reporter Brooke Dobson finds out.
Ideal time to travel to Europe
With the strength of the kiwi dollar against the Euro, now is the ideal time to travel to Europe. Joining us to talk about specialty travel in Europe is John Matheson from House of Travel.