Happy Valentine's Day viewers - today we have a special show; the winner of the Michael Hill Dream Proposal will be revealed and it will all happen live on-air! It is looking very romantic and we are looking forward to seeing that $15,000 ring being worn.
Rawdon, Toni, Nadine and Sam are all in the studio today
and on the show, we'll be talking about:
Is breast best?
Breakfast talks to Auckland University lecturer Dr Jane Alsweiler about a US expert's controversial claims there is a serious lack of scientific evidence to show breastfeeding is best for a baby.
Minister defends $5 million for Novopay
Minister Steven Joyce joins Breakfast to explain why the Government has allocated $5million to help fix Novopay.
The "living wage" campaign
An official "living wage" campaign is being launched today. Breakfast talks to Deborah Littman, who led a similar campaign to success in the UK.
Small business supporting living wage
Nadine Chalmers-Ross visits Tonzu, a small Auckland business that is committed to a living wage.
Young Guns debate Prosser and a living wage
National's Jami-Less Ross and Labour's Chris Hipkins join Breakfast to debate the Mr Prosser controversy and the introduction of a living wage.
Rawdon's heart health check
Spurred on by Heart Awareness Week, Rawdon Christie goes for a heart-health check.
Pumping up for Heart Awareness
James Ransley shows off the Heart Foundation's inflatable heart.
Gadget Guy: Back to school gadgets
Breakfast's Gadget Guy John Buckley looks at the gizmos to help kids back at school this year.
Style credits today: Toni wears Jacqui E and Lucia