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Breakfast: Thursday February 2

Published: 6:25AM Thursday February 02, 2012 Source: Breakfast

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Last chance for Assange

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange heads to London's Supreme Court today in his last ditch attempt to fight extradition to Sweden. Breakfast checks in with Europe correspondent Garth Bray for the latest.

Property bubble

Signs are emerging of another property bubble; especially in the main centres like Auckland. Philip Macalister of financial website Good Returns offers his insight into what is happening.

Male teachers: Early childhood

The Early Childhood Council says the ratio of male to female teachers is disproportionate and there's a significant demand for male teachers that simply can't be filled. The Council's CEO Peter Reynolds talks to Breakfast to explain the problem.

Food labels

As New Zealand policy-makers examine ways to help consumers make healthy food choices, a new Otago study has shown that keeping it simple works best. Breakfast talks to lead author Dr Rachael McLean.

James Cameron's Kiwi property buy up

Big-budget Hollywood director James Cameron's purchase of 1000ha of farmland in South Wairarapa has many questioning our rules around foreign land ownership. Breakfast speaks with Green Party co-leader Russel Norman.

Male teachers: Primary and secondary

With early childhood in such short supply of male teachers Breakfast asks New Zealand Principals' Federation President Paul Drummond: what about primary and secondary schools?

James Cameron's Kiwi relocation

Regardless of the foreign investment arguments around James Cameron's NZ move, there's no doubt it'll be a shot in the arm for our film industry. Film critic Dominic Corry tells Breakfast this is big news for NZ film.

Maui dolphin

Breakfast talks to the New Zealand Dolphin Trust about how we can turn the tide and save the future of the critically endangered Maui dolphin.

Steve Marshall from Australia

Australia's Prime Minister has just delivered her State of the Economy speech, Breakfast gauges reaction with Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall.

Young guns

In just a few days politicians will descend on Te Tii Marae for Waitangi Day commemorations and it is set to be a fiery one. Breakfast speaks with National MP Simon Bridges and Labour MP Jacinda Ardern.

Money matters

How to best set up your child's financial future. KiwiSaver, bank accounts, term deposits, bonus bonds.

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