Saturday Breakfast heads to Christchurch this week.
Toni Street is at Sumner Rugby Club with former All Blacks and local legends to preview the big Test while weatherman Sam Wallace checks out the Riccarton House Farmers' Market. Tamati Coffey anchors the show from Auckland on the couch.
So head along to Sumner or Riccarton or tune in from home, 7-9am, Saturday TV ONE.
One News' reporter Charlotte Whale is with us to reveal some of the horror stories she's come across of people unable to afford access to regular dental care. Some are even resorting to pulling out their own teeth.
Christchurch mayor Bob Parker joins Breakfast as his city prepares to host its first international match since the earthquakes.
The inside goss on the Irish
Irish rugby journalist Kate Rowan joins Toni in Sumner to share some stories about life on the rugby road as a woman.
Weekly challenge - commentary
Toni, Sam and Tamati try their hands at commentating a rugby match with hilarious results.
Sumner Rugby Club's former All Black Scott Robertson joins Breakfast at his old playing haunt.
Jeeni Keestra reviews three cookbooks that will satisfy the WHOLE family.
Crusaders halfback Andy Ellis talks to Toni about missing selection for the All Blacks series against Ireland and what the rugby Test means to Christchurch.
Award winning chef Peter Blakeway's here to talk about local produce and show us how to make lemon posset.
Plus the weekly giveaway!
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