The forecast is a bit dicey but we're still hoping to bring you two America's Cup races today, live and exclusive! Will Oracle continue its fightback or can Team NZ take it away?
Toni Street and the team in San Francisco will be across all the action, all morning.
Back in Auckland, Rawdon will talk to Vanguard Military School about its plans to open one of New Zealand's first charter schools.
A recreational fishing advocacy group tells Breakfast what it makes of the Government's decision to reduce snapper limits.
Justice Minister Judith Collins discusses the submissions received for a draft report on NZ human rights after Amnesty International criticised us on child poverty, domestic violence and treatment of asylum seekers.
Showbiz correspondent Alicia Malone explains why Katy Perry is being accused of animal cruelty.
And we're at Auckland airport to welcome home teen golfing superstar Lydia Ko following her highest-ever finish at a major.
Join us from 6-9am on TV ONE or on the live stream.
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