The racism debate continues on Breakfast today: does New Zealand as a country need to be doing more to stop racist abuse?
The climbing fraternity reacts to the news a Kiwi father and son are feared dead after an avalanche on one of the world's highest mountains.
Winston Peters responds to Labour's controversial new housing policy and Dunedin City Council explains its options on local licensing rules after a new report says Southland and Otago have the highest percentage of 'hazardous drinkers' in the country.
Former Olympic swimmer Dean Kent shares how he's changed his home life to deal with his two-year old son's extensive allergies.
Leigh Hart tells us about his personal connection to the Strongman Mine explosion ahead of a new documentary on the 1967 disaster.
Plus two of our Winter Olympic hopefuls - Byron Wells and Shelly Gotlieb - will be on the couch to talk skiing and snowboarding.
And the Hip Op-eration dance crew drop in before their trip to World Hip Hop Championships in Las Vegas. The Waiheke Island-based crew consists of 37 senior citizens aged 66 to 96 years old and is attracting worldwide attention.
Be watching from 6-9am on TV ONE or on the live stream .
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