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Breakfast: Saturday September 8

Published: 1:00PM Friday September 07, 2012 Source: Breakfast

Join Saturday Breakfast with Tamati Coffey, Toni Street and weatherman Sam Wallace from 7-9am.

New Zealand's presence at APEC
Breakfast goes live to Political Editor Corin Dann who is covering the APEC Summit in Russia.

Is the 'Stranger Danger' message out-dated?
We're all familiar with the 'Stranger Danger' message taught to our kids in school, but one Self-Protection Expert is calling it "out-dated" and "dangerous", Breakfast finds out why. 

Inspirational Weight Watcher
Just weeks before the Weight Watchers Healthy Life Awards, Breakfast meets one of the inspirational ambassadors who has lost over 30kgs on the programme.

Saturday Challenge: Fashion Week
The team strut their stuff on the Fashion Week Catwalk. Find out who impresses the judges the most.

Ian Winson inspirational story
The Lydiard Legend running and walking event will be held in Auckland next weekend and founder Ian Winson, who lost his legs in a gas explosion last year, talks to Breakfast about why this year's event is more special than ever.

Paper Plus: Annabel Langbein's 'Simple Pleasures'
Kiwi chef Annabel Langbein talks to Breakfast about the inspiration behind her new cookbook 'Simple Pleasures'.

The latest bridal trends
Breakfast checks out the latest bridal trends to hit the catwalk at Fashion Week this year with NZ Weddings Editor Melissa Gardi.

5+: Delicious avocado recipes
Breakfast looks at why we should all include avocados in our diets, plus Eugene Hamilton is in with tips on how to use them.

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