Christchurch cashflow crisis
Breakfast speaks to a finance company saying there's a cashflow crisis among Christchurch businesses.
Sleeping rough for the homeless
Influential New Zealanders will sleep overnight in AUT's Hikuwai Plaza tonight, braving the elements in a bid to raise funds and awareness for the homeless. The university's vice-chancellor Derek McCormack discusses the event.
Electronic monitoring of
A 24-hour GPS monitoring of high-risk offenders is to be introduced for the first time in New Zealand, with the aim of keeping New Zealanders safe from some of our worst offenders. Maria McDonald, assistant general manager of community probation services at the Department of Corrections talks about how the system will work.
Breakfast speaks to an expert on international immigration from the University of NSW, Derrick Silove, as another boatload of asylum seekers sinks off the coast ot Australia.
Real estate agents explain why they are against a proposed new law that would force them to tell the truth about properties they are marketing.
The world of politics
National MP Simon Bridges and Labour MP Jacinda Ardern share their views on partial asset sales and Maori claims to water rights.
News from Australia with Steve Marshall
Australia correspondent Steve Marshall with the latest news from across the ditch.
Mountaineer Simon Yates
Mountaineer Simon Yates talks about some of his most dangerous climbs.
Farmers market awards
Farmers' Market New Zealand is holding the Taste Farmers' Market Awards to help promote the dozens of markets across the country. Lacey went to find out how popular the markets are and why we should be shopping there.