Tamati finishes off his farewell tour in his home town of Rotorua while Petra and Rawdon have interviews on:
Fonterra's frontman signs off
Next week marks Sir Henry van der Heyden's last day as Chairman of Fonterra - he was instrumental in the co-op's formation.
Compulsory car insurance
Breakfast asks the AA's Mike Noon whether New Zealand should have compulsory third party insurance.
Bain compensation debate
Breakfast speaks to Dr Chris Gallavin from Canterbury University's Law School about the ongoing stoush between the Minister of Justice Judith Collins and retired Canadian Judge Ian Binnie who delivered on a report on the claim for compensation for David Bain.
Top Google searches
Breakfast finds out Google New Zealand's top searches for 2012.
The Government's under pressure to release the independent report into David Bain's compensation claim. Does the public have a right to know what's in it? Breakfast checks in with National MP Jami-Lee Ross and Labour MP Chris Hipkins.
Latest on the royal phone prank
Breakfast goes live to Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall for the latest on the Australia DJs caught up in the royal phone hoax.
Wreck It Ralph
Rawdon Christie meets the comedic cast of Disney's latest animated film, Wreck-It Ralph... staring John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman.
Interest.co.nz's Amanda Morrell gives Breakfast tips on how to avoid blowing out the budget this Christmas.