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Big day for Fonterra
Fonterra's farmer shareholders vote today on the controversial scheme to allow some outside investment in its co-operative. Breakfast speaks to Glenys Christian from the Dairy Exporter.
Should young children have a mental health check?
Pat Tuohy from the Ministry of Health tells Breakfast about how a before school health check for four year olds does include looking at the child's mental health.
Legal loophole over prisoners with mental health problems
Breakfast speaks to Garth McVicar from the Sensible Sentencing Trust about a legal loophole which means prisoners serving a life sentence can be let out into the community if they have a mental health disorder.
Prime Minister John Key
Breakfast asks John Key if Kiwis really know how they may benefit from the controversial asset sales programme.
Rules over prisoners with mental health problems under scrutiny
Breakfast asks Peter Williams QC if a law which allows prisoners with mental health problems out of jail for up to a year is fair.
Taking your retirement savings to Australia
What is happening to the deal between New Zealand and Australia to let you take your retirement savings wherever you go? Stephen Jonas from Craigs Investment Partners talks to Breakfast.
Best of the weekend sport
Jenny-May Coffin talks to Breakfast about the best of the weekend sport.
What is underneath Auckland's North Head?
Breakfast's Brooke Dobson did some digging around to find about what is underneath Auckland's North Head.
Travelling by train around Canada
Lindsey Barron from House of Travel tell Breakfast why train travel is the best way to get around Canada.