Tamati Coffey will be joined on the couch by a couple of fresh faces for Saturday Breakfast this week. Toni and Sam are away so 20/20's Sonya Wilson will be in the studio while ONE News' Ruth Wynn-Williams dons the weather jacket. Tune in from 7-9.
Budget cutbacks hit Intermediate schools
Will Budget cutbacks mean our kids miss out on specialist teaching on vitals subjects like IT? Breakfast talks to Papatoetoe Intermediate School Principal Brian Hinchco.
Earning less than the minimum wage
Many migrants are living on much less than the legal minimum wage. ONE News reporter Amy Kelley joins Saturday Breakfast to preview her exclusive story.
Gadget Guy: Super phones
Move over smartphones, here comes the super phones. Gadgey Guy John Buckley shows off the Samsung Galaxy S3 and compares it with the HTC One X.
Breakfast talks to Olympic gold medallist Hamish Carter and his wife Marisa about their initiative to support high performing athletes in New Zealand.
Paper Plus Book Review
Our reviewer looks at three extraordinary life stories - The Baroness, Sea Fever and Old Before My Time.
Annabel Fay performs
New Zealand singer/songwriter Annabel Fay joins Breakfast to talk about her latest venture and performs her newest single.
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