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Weatherman Tamati is in Wellington for the launch of the World of Wearable Art Awards, while Petra and Rawdon have interviews on:
Loss of National Bank brand
Breakfast speaks to CEO of ANZ, David Hisco, about the doing away with the National Bank brand.
Positive future for prisoners' children
This week is Children of Prisoners week, Breakfast talks to a researcher about how these children can have a positive future.
Broadband connection hold-up
Breakfast asks TUANZ CEO Paul Brislen why ultrafast broadband customers are facing problems hooking up to the network, and why the roll-out's taking so long.
Breakfast speaks to Dr Bodo Lang which is a Senior Lecturer at Marketing from Auckland University about the announcement from ANZ to lose the National Bank brand and asks how it will affect customers.
Protecting our privacy
Breakfast speaks to Gehan Gunesakara from Auckland University's Business School about his concerns that the Government may not adopt enough of the Law Commission's recommendations on personal privacy.
Breakfast asks their Political Insiders how much the Kim Dotcom saga has had an impact on the Government's reputation.
Comedian Bill Bailey
Breakfast catches up with British funny man Bill Bailey, who's in New Zealand for his new tour Qualmpeddler.
Nadine looks at diagnosing your financial 'personality' and how to reconcile that with your partner's attitude to money.