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Class sizes an issue for education
With an election looming, the PPTA are working to make class size an election issue. But does the evidence suggest it's irrelevant to learning? PPTA Vice President Kate Gainsford joins Breakfast.
Ship stranding causing big oil issues
Rough weather is approaching Tauranga, increasing the very real of ecological disaster around the stricken cargo ship Rena. PM John Key discusses the government's involvement in the salvage operation.
RWC Wrap of the quarter finals
One News sports reporters Toni Street and Stephen Stuart join Breakfast for a look at the first knockout phase of the World Cup, and the way the two host cities Auckland and Wellington coped.
Technology and sport
Breakfast talks to Associate Professor Ian Yeoman about the possibility of technology playing a vital part in making athletes injury free.
Real NZ Festival: This week's events
For a look at the Real NZ Festival events going on around the country Breakfast talks to Hadyn Jones.
Tim Wilson in the US
For the latest news out of America, Breakfast checks in with US correspondent Tim Wilson.
Reporter Round Up
With Brooke, Lucas and James.
Online Expert: Getting schools connected
The Government has recently announced that 221 schools will be connected to fast fibre networks by July 2012. We talk to online expert Sarah Putt about what this will mean for more than 100,000 school students who will benefit.
Travel: Top 5 tips for your travel health
Worldwise Medical Director Dr Marc Shaw gives us his top 5 tips for keeping a clean bill of health while you and your family relax on your Christmas holiday overseas.