Rawdon Christie is in Waitangi for the official celebrations today. Throughout the morning, he'll be talking to the Prime Minister, to Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples and also our Political Editor Corin Dann.
Toni Street, Nadine and Sam are in the studio and have interviews on today's topics:
International paedophile ring smashed by police
Breakfast speaks to the detective involved in busting a paedophile ring which saw victims aged between 13 months and 13 years old.
Child safety group reacts to bust of paedophile ring
Breakfast speaks to the director of ECPAT - a group working to prevent the sexual exploitation of children, following the news police busted an international paedophile ring with NZ links.
Cost of strengthening quake-prone buildings
The Government's kicked off its nationwide roadshow in Wellington on its plans to quake proof at-risk buildings. Breakfast speaks with Wellington City Councillor Iona Pannett on what it means for property owners and the capital's cityscape.
Catch up for Oscar nominees
Showbiz Correspondent Kathryn Morgan is live in LA as the Oscar nominees hang out.
Breakfast goes live to L.A for the latest Hollywood Gossip from Showbiz Correspondent Kathryn Morgan.
Breakfast speaks to aventurer and pilot Mike Allsop about his quest to complete seven marathons in seven days across seven continents.
Financial advice for marraige and divorce
Breakfast looks at what you need to know to protect your assets during relationship changes.