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New moves at The Warehouse
Breakfast speaks to the CEO of The Warehouse Mark Powell about new moves to boost the company's pulling power for shoppers.
'Cardboard' cathedral milestone
A significant milestone in the construction of the transitional 'cardboard' cathedral in Christchurch happens today. Breakfast talks to the project manager.
Impact of economic policies on exporters
Breakfast speaks to Brian Willoughby from the Exporters and Manufacturers Association about the plight of our manufacturing sector and the effect current economic policies are having on exporters.
Latest on Kate and William's Pacific tour
Breakfast goes live to Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver in Honiara for the latest on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of the Pacific.
Last ditch attempt to keep mine open
Breakfast speaks to Ged O'Connell from the EPMU about today's meeting between Solid Energy and miners in Greymouth in a last ditch attempt to keep the Spring Creek mine open.
Opshop frontman on New Zealand's talent
Breakfast talks to Opshop's leading man Jason Kerrison ahead of their tour and finds out whether he thinks New Zealand really does have talent.
Growing Business: The Garage Project
Wellington brewery The Garage Project is helping build the city's reputation as the craft beer capital of New Zealand. James Ransley checks out this week's Growing Business.
Teaching young people how to respect vehicles
Breakfast talks to driving consultant Peter Sheppard about how we can teach our kids about how to respect vehicles.