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Breakfast: Thursday, May 31

Published: 6:05AM Thursday May 31, 2012 Source: Breakfast

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Latest on the Doha mall tragedy

Breakfast goes live to Europe Correspondent Garth Bray in Doha for the latest on the fire that killed 19 people, including three New Zealand children.

Call to make prevention of vision lost a priority

Auckland University academics are calling for the Government to make preventing vision loss a priority. Breakfast talks to Associate Professor Philip Polkinghorne about the issues of macular degeneration and what he thinks the Government should be doing about it.

What is the state of New Zealand's rivers?

Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Jan Wright tables a report into the state of our rivers in Parliament today. Breakfast talks to her about New Zealand's poor record.

Latest on the Doha mall tragedy

Breakfast goes live to Europe Correspondent Garth Bray in Doha for the latest on the fire that killed 19 people, including three New Zealand children.

Teachers protest funding cuts

A group of Wellington teachers will today protest outside a breakfast addressed by Hekia Parata in protest to proposed increases to class sizes. Breakfast talks to Island Bay School principal Perry Rush.

National MP Jami-Lee Ross and Labour MP Jacinda Ardern

After a backdown on proposed education reforms is the Government in damage-control? Breakfast checks in with National MP Jami-Lee Ross and Labour MP Jacinda Ardern.

Latest news from Australia

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

Having a brand presence on social media websites

The latest Colmar Brunton survey has found the more presence a brand has on social media sites, the more appealing they appear to the consumer. Breakfast talks to Colmar Brunton's Innovation and Business Development Director, Vanessa Clark.

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