How cloud computing could be dangerous for your business
Lume's managing director Richard Cheeseman discusses the dangers of cloud computing and companies' online security.
Future of high performance sport in NZ
Breakfast talks to High Performance Sport NZ's Alex Baumann about the funding of sports in New Zealand following the 2012 Olympic Games.
Otago on flood watch
Mike Goldsmith from the Otago Regional Council updates Breakfast on the rising river levels due to days of solid rain.
Beast of Blenheim to be Turia's neighbour
Breakfast speaks to Tariana Turia about the public meeting being called in Wanganui as public concerns mount over the imminent release of sex offender Stewart Wilson into the community.
Crackdown on cyber-bullying
Martin Cocker from Netsafe discusses the measures being introduced by the Government in order to crackdown on cyber-bullying.
Political Editor Corin Dann discusses why thousands of buildings around the country could be at serious risk of earthquake damage.
Fair Go's Gordon Harcourt joins Breakfast with some helpful tips on how consumers can complain proactively.
Breakfast welcomes our Olympians home
Breakfast goes live to Auckland Airport where Toni Street is standing by as some of our Olympians arrive home.
Breakfast checks in with our Gadget Guy, John Buckley, for more information on the latest gizmos for your desktop.
Pacific travel ideas
House of Travel's Julia Paley explains why a Hawaiian holiday might be closer and cheaper than you may think.