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Protecting sharemilking industry interests
Ciaran Tully from Federated Farmers tells Breakfast about plans to protect the interests of the sharemilking industry.
Employers' responsibilities over snowed in workers
Breakfast talks to Duncan Cotterill Employment Law Specialist, Sarah Townsend about what an employers' responsibilities are when severe weather conditions prevent their employees from coming to work.
Jubilee celebrations wrap up
Breakfast goes to London to speak to correspondent Garth Bray as the Jubilee celebrations for the Queen wrap up.
Child abuse worker
Breakfast speaks to child abuse worker Ngaroimata Reid about comments made by Social Development Minister Paula Bennett that parents who have lost their children to child abuse need to be encouraged to stop having more children.
Driving to the conditions in bad weather
Breakfast speaks with Al Stewart from Christchurch police about the state of the roads after the big snow and the fears that people will forget to drive to the conditions.
Gay marriage support
Green MP Kevin Hague has hailed the TVNZ poll which showed a majority of Kiwis support gay marriage as a sign that legislation needs to be passed making it legal.
Rival MPs react to latest polls
For response to the latest Colmar Brunton polls on party popularity, the economic outlook and gay marriage Breakfast speaks to National Party MP Simon Bridges and Labour Party MP Chris Hipkins.
Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall
For the latest news from across the ditch Breakfast chats to Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall.
Impact of the Somalia famine
Nicki Denholm travelled to north Somalia last year to do a photographic assignment on the impact of the famine and maternal health outcomes. She joins Breakfast to share her stories.
Clown Doctors bringing smiles in children's wards
Clown Doctors are recognised throughout the world for the work they do in hospitals with sick children. For the first time Wellington Hospital will have Clown Doctors bringing some much needed smiles to patients in its children's ward. James Ransley was there.