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Fonterra farmers approve investment by outsiders
After farmers voted to changes to Fonterra which will allow outside investors to buy shares in the dairy giants, Breakfast talks to Fonterra Chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden.
New US law over illegal immigrant suspects
Breakfast talks to ONE News US Correspondent Jack Tame about a new law that allows Arizona police to stop and detain anyone they suspect may be an illegal immigrant.
AJ Hackett reflects on bungy jumping anniversary
Breakfast speak with adventure tourism guru AJ Hackett who started the world's bungy jumping craze 25 years ago.
Critical time for Auckland Transport
Auckland Council has called in lawyers to look at claims the city's biggest bus operator will fail to meet a deadline for a new $98 million integrated public transport ticketing system. Breakfast talks to Cameron Pitches from the Campaign for Better Transport about the issue.
Should taxpayer money be used on asset sale referendum?
The Green Party is spending taxpayer money on a referendum over the Government's plan to partially sell State Owned Assets. Breakfast talks to co-Leader Russel Norman about whether this is an appropriate use of taxpayer money.
Latest political news
Breakfast checks in with ONE News Political Editor Corin Dann.
Why has Kiribati's newspaper been forced to shut down?
For more on why Kiribati's newspaper has been forced to shut down Breakfast talks to Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver.
Wellington company signs deal with China manufacturer
Reporter James Ransley finds out how a Wellington jewellery company has just signed a deal with one of China's biggest jewellery manufacturers.
What is the current state of fatherhood in NZ?
The annual Fathers' Breakfast is being held in Wellington today.
Breakfast talks to entertainer Pio Terei and Bruce Pilbrow, Chief Executive of The Parenting Place about fatherhood in New Zealand.