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Weatherman Sam is kicking off the ITU World Triathlon Championships on Auckland's waterfront, while Nadine and Tamati have interviews on:
Possible options for WOF changes discussed
The author of the Dog and Lemon Guide joins Breakfast as debate rages over how, and if, we should change the Warrant of Fitness system.
Pregnancy and obesity in children
Breakfast speaks with Professor Wayne Cutfield about how diet and the physical activity regimen of pregnant women can affect the on-going health of their child. It's just one of the issues being raised at the Australia New Zealand Obesity Society's conference in NZ this week.
Living with Osteoporosis
Breakfast talks to a doctor specialising in Osteoporosis and her patient about keeping on top of your bone health ahead of Better Bones Week next week.
Weekly Challenge: Body-painting
Tamati, Sam and Nadine pick up a paintbrush but get challenged by canvases that are living, breathing models.
Blind triathlete Rob Matthews
Breakfast speaks to Rob Matthews about being a blind international medal-winning athlete ahead of the World Triathlon Championships this weekend.
Paper Plus: Young author Nic Brocklebank
Breakfast talks to 12 year old Nicholas Brocklebank about his new cookbook aimed at kids who love to cook.
Kim Crossman visits Breakfast
From Shortland Street to Hollywood Boulevard; the talented Kimberley Crossman joins Breakfast to talk about her latest projects including a brand new book.
Boating safety tips
If you're getting the boat out this Labour weekend; Breakfast has Maritime NZ on the couch to show you some of the things you need to stay safe on the water.