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Breakfast: Thursday July 7

Published: 6:27AM Thursday July 07, 2011

Establishing a Mana/Maori party partnership
Willie Jackson talks about the role he and John Tamihere will play today as facilitators in brokering a deal between the Mana and Maori parties.

Alasdair Thompson: The Pitfalls of Leadership
Alasdair Thompson's comments linking women's productivity with their periods has cost him his job, and perhaps his career. Director of AUT's Centre for Innovative Leadership Stephen Drain looks at the way small judgement errors can have big consequences.

Do you have to speak Maori to be Maori?
Without Te Reo, Maori are Pakeha. That's the claim from Maori author Chris Winitana in his new book My Language, My Inspiration. Breakfast speaks with the author and Te Reo expert Arapera Ngaha about these comments, Maori language and identity.

Young Guns
The fresh faces of Labour and National - Jacinda Ardern and Simon Bridges - discuss a potential capital gains tax, the role our SAS play in Afghanistan, infrastructure spending and the demise of Alasdair Thompson.

Australia Correspondent Jack Tame
For the latest news from across the ditch Breakfast checks in with ONE News Reporter Jack Tame in Sydney.

Reporter check in
With Ali, Lucas and Charlotte

Christchurch's Sister Suburbs
The Sister Suburbs project aims to match suburbs in NZ with Christchurch suburbs affected by the recent earthquake in a resource support role. Breakfast speaks with Mike Peters from Addington Action on how this project will benefit his community and others in Christchurch.

Movies review: Kung Fu Panda 2
Jack Black is back as Po, the title character in Kung Fu Panda 2. One for the littlies, or is there stuff here that grown-ups will enjoy too? Jo Hunkin gives her verdict and looks at the growing dislike for 3D features.

Reporter round-up
With Ali, Lucas and Charlotte

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