Toni is joined by Peter Williams on the couch this morning.
They will speak to David Shearer on Labour's new housing policy of restricting foreign ownership plus gauge the Government's reaction with Deputy Prime Minister Bill English.
Barfoot & Thompson Managing Director, Peter Thompson gives his thoughts on the proposal too.
Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy speaks to Breakfast about a racial attack on an Invercargill taxi driver that's causing outrage both here and overseas and The Executive Director of the Taxi Federation talks about the impact the attack has had on the industry.
Mai Chen on her site designed to get Kiwis to live their lives to the full, while preparing for when they're not around. Barbara Kendall, who supports the project, joins Breakfast with her own bucket list.
The team talks to Tom Szaky, the founder of TerraCycle, a global innovative recycling company which is launching its business in New Zealand.
And Louise Thompson on how to break a bad habit and stick to good ones.
Daily Roast Chat: The push back against cotton wool kids and helicopter parenting.
Plus all the action from San Francisco.
Be watching from 6-9am on TV ONE or watch on the live stream.
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