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Breakfast: Thursday, May 17

Published: 6:17AM Thursday May 17, 2012 Source: Breakfast

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Post natal anxiety and depression research

New research into mothering has turned up some interesting results, revealing romanticised notions of motherhood could be a factor in post natal anxiety and depression. Breakfast talks to researcher Anita Darrah.

Prospect of Greece's exit from the euro

Greece's exit from the euro is looking increasingly possible - Breakfast speaks to London-based economist James Shugg about the likelihood and the possibility of a run on its banks.

Latest on the Emily Longley trial

For overnight developments in the murder trial for New Zealand teenager Emily Longley, Breakfast checks in with Europe Correspondent Garth Bray.

Class size changes

Class sizes are about to go up after the Government pre-budget announcement. Teacher groups say students will suffer. Breakfast talks with Paul Drummond from the NZ Principals' Federation.

Reaction to class size changes

We get the other side of the argument that class sizes will mean reduced learning for the country's children. Breakfast talks to education consultant James Langley about the proposals.


The Warehouse turnaround plans

The Warehouse turns 30 and is in the midst of a 5-yr strategy that includes refurbishing the stores and aims to turn around a decline in like-for-like sales.

ACC privacy leak

ONE News broke the story about yet another privacy leak from ACC. Green Party Co-leader Metria Turei talks to Breakfast about the culture within ACC.

Labour MP Jacinda Ardern and National MP Jami-Lee Ross

Bigger class sizes and performance pay for teachers are among some of the initiatives being proposed by the Government as it rolls out its pre-Budget announcements. Breakfast checks in with Labour MP Jacinda Ardern and National MP Jami-Lee Ross.

Latest from Australia

For the latest news from across the ditch Breakfast chats to Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall.

Research over myths about motherhood and post natal distress

New research reveals links between myths about motherhood and post natal distress, so do we need a more preventative approach? Breakfast talks to Plunket about whether we are doing enough for new mothers.

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