Trouble in Maoridom
Maori Party MPs faced a hostile reception at Waitangi Marae yesterday - there to discuss the party's future in Te Tai Tokerau. What does the Harawira fallout mean for Maoridom? Breakfast speaks with commentator and former Maori Party candidate Derek Fox.
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Valerie Morse's conviction for flag-burning could set a new legal precedent. Breakfast asks one of her legal team, Steven Price, what the decision means for lawful protest in New Zealand.
Prime Minister John Key
John Key looks forward to this month's Budget to discuss possible changes to Kiwisaver. The Prime Minister also discusses his use of the Diplomatic Protection Squad, the Law Commission's Drugs Act review, and the foreign interest in NZ's deep water oil reserves.
Health wellbeing survey
Breakfast looks at how the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders differs in different regions of the country.
Energy Drinks review
A joint Australia/New Zealand review will look at what some say are excessive levels of caffeine in energy drinks. Breakfast talks to Associate Professor of Psychiatry David Menkes, who's studied the potential link between energy drinks and psychotic episodes.
Reese Witherspoon talks to Breakfast
Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson star in Water For Elephants, which opens this week. Breakfast's entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin sits down with the leading lady in Sydney.
Online Expert talks about Skype
Google and Facebook are battling it out for a partnership with internet calling provider Skype. So what's a deal like that potentially worth and how will it impact on our internet using experience? Breakfast checks in with online expert Peter Griffin.
Breakfast learns the ins and outs of travel insurance.