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Breakfast: Thursday June 16

Published: 6:27AM Thursday June 16, 2011

Reporter Check in
With Ali, Lucas and Ruth.

Fears of market collapse in Christchurch
Uncertainty over the stability of land, further quakes, and the parts of the city that will have to be abandoned; all are taking a toll on the ability of people to buy and sell homes, not to mention the rental market. Christchurch property investor Tony Brazier tells Breakfast that fear is killing the market.

Roger Sutton Cera CEO on the job
CERA Chief Executive Roger Sutton joins Breakfast live from the badly damaged eastern suburbs to discuss the difficult task of building the community's confidence in the rebuild.

Measles outbreak in Auckland
The latest measles outbreak in Auckland - the second already this year - has seen 17 infected and 3 hospitalised. Dr Nikki Turner from the Immunisation Advisory Centre discusses why we choose to, or not to vaccinate our children against infectious diseases.

Young Guns
Labour is crying foul after a list of its donors fell into the wrong hands. What's National's involvement? And does the Maori Party have a shot in Te Tai Tokerau after a poor polling result? Breakfast speaks with National MP Simon Bridges and Labour MP Jacinda Ardern.

Aussie news with Jack Tame
For what's making news across the Tasman Breakfast checks in with Australian Correspondent Jack Tame.

Reporter Round Up
With Ali, Lucas and Charlotte.

Movie Review - Green Lantern and Bridesmaids
Entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin reviews The Green Lantern and Bridesmaids.

Sean Fitzpatrick - what makes a winner?
Former All Blacks Captain Sean Fitzpatrick has written a book on what it takes to win; Breakfast gets the low down from the man himself.

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