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Rena: Volunteers continue cleanup
Tauranga residents came out in their thousands to clean their beaches over the weekend, with amazing results. Volunteer coordinator Camden Howitt explains why this feels like a turning point in the Rena environmental disaster.
Rena: The salvage operation
Breakfast finds out how the dramatic and dangerous salvage operation onboard the Rena is progressing from Matthew Watson, spokesman for salvage company Svitzer.
John Key's politics
John Key sits down with Breakfast to discuss the ongoing Rena recovery and whether relaxed shipping regulations may have played a part. The PM also weighs in on the "occupy" protests across the globe, and the AB's RWC semi-final win.
Taxing the rich
Anti-greed protests, ignited by Occupy Wall Street, have spread around the world giving momentum to calls for the rich to pay more tax. Breakfast talks to economist Gareth Morgan, whose book The Big Kahuna proposes wealth redistribution through radical tax changes.
All Blacks analysis
Breakfast gets a Rugby World Cup semi-final rundown with Toni Street and Rikki Swannell on the couch.
Real NZ Festival
Breakfast checks out what Real New Zealand Festival events are on around the country with Hadyn Jones.
US correspondent Tim Wilson
For the latest news out of America Breakfast checks in with US Correspondent Tim Wilson.
Reporter Round Up
With Brooke, Lucas and James.
Breakfast talks to Marie Young from sy-engage.com to find out what's making news in the online world.
Travel - early bird booking
Breakfast chats to Lindsay Barron from House of Travel about early-bird booking opportunities for those interested in visiting UK/Europe in 2012.