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Change to the size of the NZ Herald
Breakfast speaks to journalism tutor Jim Tully from Canterbury University about the changes in the New Zealand Herald.
Claim for water and geothermal assets
The Maori Council has launched its claim over water and geothermal assets at the Waitangi Tribunal. Breakfast asks Professor Rawiri Taonui from AUT if the Maori definition of ownership differs from that of the Crown's and whether it will be a point of contention.
What is SBW's future in NZ rugby?
Sonny Bill Williams has announced he's heading to play rugby in Japan, leaving his future New Zealand prospects up in the air. Breakfast speaks to one former international coach about whether he should be allowed back to play in New Zealand.
What is the health of the housing market?
Breakfast talks to Helen O'Sullivan from REINZ what is behind the new housing figures which points to a recovery in the housing market for the first time in five years.
Making an effort to get students interested in maths and science
Breakfast speaks to Steven Sexton from Otago University about the problem posed by the fact the too few students are getting engaged in science and maths in schools and what that means for future employment prospects.
Smokers polluting the air around them
The author of new research about how much smoking on streets pollutes the air around smokers talks to Breakfast.
Australia correspondent Steve Marshall
For the latest news from across the ditch Breakfast chats to Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall.
How can some siblings be so different to each other?
Breakfast looks at research that suggests siblings are different to each other due to birth order.