Welcome to Thursday when Rawdon, Toni and Sam are all in the studio.
The All Blacks team to play France on Saturday will be named this morning and Breakfast will be at the announcement.
Plus should community concerns trump medical opinion? A public health specialist reacts to Hamilton's decision to remove fluoride from its drinking water.
We check out the status of our bee population as experts gather for a conference in Queenstown and also consider the Offender Levy - is $50 enough to pay for committing a serious crime and what does it get used for?
Celebrity chef Al Brown comes in to dish the dirt on his new show and Selena Hawkins visits a Rotorua tourism venture giving old railway tracks a new lease of life.
Join us from 6-9am on TV1 or via the live stream .
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