Join Saturday Breakfast with Tamati Coffey, Toni Street and weatherman Sam Wallace from 7-9am.
National impact of Chch school restructuring
Breakfast speaks to an education expert about the national impact on the education sector of proposals to merge or close schools in Christchurch.
Concerns about puppy farming
Puppy farming is a growing concern in New Zealand and is being spurred on by online trading sites. Breakfast speaks to the New Zealand Kennel Club about what is being done.
Killer cancer under the radar
Lymphona is being called the killer cancer that's flying under the radar in NZ. It kills 300 people a year, they are mostly young and it's on the increase - Breakfast finds out more about the symptoms and meets a survivor.
The Test Kitchen creator
Breakfast talks to Chef Sid Sahrawat about the restaurant concept of a 'Test Kitchen' where the menu changes every two weeks and the chef decides what the diners eat.
A life-changing weight loss
In the second part of our weight loss success series, we meet a 21-year-old student who's changed her life by losing 42 kilos.
Weekly Challenge: Flying a helicopter
The Breakfast team gets in the cockpit of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.
Olympics afterglow for Sarah Cowley
Olympian Sarah Cowley and her mum Robyn visit Breakfast.
Yates Garden Guide: Feeding your Garden
In week two of our Yates Gardening Guide, Toni and Tamati learn how to fertilise their gardens.
Paper Plus: New fiction
This week, Paper Plus book critic Craig Atkinson reviews the hottest fiction titles that are bound to make you think.
Plus Sam's at the Covi Motorhome, Caravanning & Camping Show.