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Live from London
Europe Correspondent Garth Bray has the latest in the Madeleine McCann case and reaction to the Gay Marriage Bill in the UK.
Disaster in the Solomons
Communities in Lata, off the Solomon Islands are today assessing damage following a deadly quake and sea surge. Breakfast speaks to Dr. Andrew Catford from World Vision, for an update on the situation.
Tertiary training: Cloud catchup
New Zealand is seriously falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to adopting cloud computing services. Breakfast talks to Manas Kumar from Optimizer HQ about his calls for a radical shift in the training of our future software engineers and developers.
Tertiary training: Global computing trends
Breakfast talks to the Institute of IT Professionals about a call to rethink tertiary training for software engineers in New Zealand in order to keep up with global computing trends.
Reporter Chris Chang catches up with kitesurfer Kent McNish, who's making a 70km journey across the Hauraki Gulf for the Starship Foundation.
After a shocking story broke in the United States about children at a Californian preschool performing sexual acts, Breakfast discusses the issue with a child psychologist.
As Waitangi Day celebrations wrap up for another year the debate over whether to Mondayise NZ's national day continues. Breakfast checks in with National MP Jami-lee Ross and Labour MP Chris Hipkins.
Breakfast reporter Anna Colquhoun checks out the company hoping to make fine French food a staple in New Zealand diets.