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Breakfast: Monday July 4

Published: 6:34AM Monday July 04, 2011

Human trafficking in New Zealand?
The US State Department's annual "Trafficking In People" report says there is evidence of under-age women being forced into prostitution in New Zealand. Alan Bell from human rights group ECPAT asks whether our approach to the problem is working.

Prime Minister back from India
The Prime Minister returns to Breakfast to discuss trade developments in India, the Waitangi Tribunal report that could lead to a Maori veto over the use of cultural icons, and measures to promote gender pay equality.

Pay transparency demand steps up
Dr Judy McGregor has drafted a bill that would remove an employer's ability to keep them secret. She explains why greater transparency around rates of pay is a drastic, but necessary approach to tackling pay inequality.

Alcohol screening suggestion for doctors
The British government is being encouraged to have GPs screen those over 65 for alcohol and drug abuse. ALAC's Early Intervention manager Sue Paton says NZ should go further and screen everyone.

Tim Wilson in the US
For the latest news from America Breakfast checks in with U.S. Correspondent Tim Wilson.

What are our chances in the Netball World Cup
The Netball World Champs are getting underway in Singapore, Breakfast checks out the Silver Ferns' chances of bringing the cup home.

Reporter round up
With James, Lacey and Charlotte.

Maori Language Week kicks off
Maori Language Week CEO Glenis Philip-Barbara discusses the perilous state of te reo Maori, and the efforts being put in place to halt that decline.

Travel - making most of ski season
With snow finally falling at our ski fields Breakfast talks to Mt Hutt's Dave Wilson about how you can make the most of this year's ski season.

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