Friday July 6, 2007
On the July 6 programme...
Reporter Shalleen Hern live from Taranaki spoke about the mini-tornadoes that have hit the area.
Breakfast spoke to Gill Sannazzaro - partner of the Brent Goddard - the oil worker who was kidnapped while on a rig in Nigeria.
Engineering Consultant Bryan Leyland discussed the Electricity Commission's decision to allow Transpower to erect pylons from Waikato through to Auckland to supply our biggest city with power.
Week in politics
Political Editor Espiner about the improving fortunes of Labour after the launch of the Kiwi Saver Scheme and the free kindergarten scheme.
Week in review
Michele A'Court and David Slack talked about the big events that shaped the week, including Team New Zealand's loss of the America's Cup and Corporal Willy Apiata's Victoria Cross honour.
Model search winner
Elle Gibson, the 2007 winner of the Cadbury Dream Model Search, and Duane Gazi from Trump Model Management New York, talked about the competition and what it means to have won it.
Brass band competition
Reporter Josh Heslop spoke to Owen Melhuish from the New Zealand Brass Band Association about the 127th National Brass Bands Championships live from the Bruce Mason Centre.