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Helping students with their finances
A pilot programme designed to improve the financial planning and management advice delivered to New Zealand tertiary students is being launched today. Breakfast talks to one of its organisers about how it is expected to work.
Expensive egg donation treatment
Breakfast talks to Auckland couple Mellany and Simon Mann who are having to travel overseas to embark on expensive egg donation treatment in the quest to have a child.
Union reacts to Bible carrying SkyCity worker
Breakfast speaks with Mike Treen from Unite Union who is representing a SkyCity employee caught up in a dispute over carrying a small Bible at work.
Will compo be an end to ACC saga?
As compensation payouts are sent out to ACC customers who had their privacy breached, Breakfast asks Green Party Health spokesman Kevin Hague if this is the end of ACC's recent troubles.
Difficulties faced by Kiwi couples wanting to have children
Breakfast speaks to Helen Nicholson from Fertility Plus about the difficulties faced by New Zealand couples wanting to have children.
Political Editor Corin Dann
Breakfast checks in with ONE News Political Editor Corin Dann.
Getting the best deal on power prices
Breakfast checks in with Consumer New Zealand expert Sue Chetwin on getting the best deal on power prices.
Role of the St John comms centre
Today we learn about the St John comm centre and its important role within the organisation. Throughout New Zealand it takes more than 1000 calls a day. The money raised from this week's appeal will go into developing new ideas to better optimise its resources.
Billy Connolly on his latest movie
Petra sits down with Scottish Comedian Billy Connolly to talk about his latest movie Brave.