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Should petrol prices be cheaper?
AA has released results of its research on Biofuels that show the prices should be cheaper. Breakfast talks to AA's Mark Stockdale.
Landmark thalidomide payout - what hope for Kiwi victims?
Breakfast speaks to thalidomide victim Barry De Geest about the landmark ruling which will see compensation paid to an Australian victim of thalidomide.
Outcome of John Key's meeting with the Maori Party
Breakfast speaks with co leader of the Maori Party Tariana Turia about the political fallout between the National Party and the Maori Party over water rights.
Rival MPs debate water rights
The Prime Minister has met with the Maori Party over the controversial issue of Maori water ownership and asset sales. Breakfast checks in with National MP Simon Bridges and Labour MP Jacinda Ardern.
Latest from Australia
For the latest news from across the ditch Breakfast chats to Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall.
Police Ten 7 anniversary
Det Insp (ret) Graham Bell joins Breakfast on the couch to talk about 10 years of Police Ten 7.
West Africa in focus at exhibition
Photographer Chris Sisarich has just arrived back from a three week trip to West Africa where he photographed the land and the people.
He has created a body of work to exhibit over the weekend and speaks to Breakfast about it.