Friday May 13
Blackball residents on the South Island's West Coast are concerned that a sex offender is living in their community. Breakfast spoke to Gina Hawton who owns the Blackball General Store and Kathy Dunstall from the Howard League for Penal Reform.
Breakfast reporter Charlotte Whale examined the myth of Friday the Thirteenth.
James McOnie chatted on the Breakfast Programme this morning about the week's top stories.
Political reporter Kris Faafoi recaps the week in politics for us with a look at the Doone saga and reaction the police 111 report.
This morning on the Breakfast Jeanette Thomas spoke to Merepeka Raukawa-Tait , the CEO of West Auckland Hospice about the organisation' appeal week. For more information or to make a donation. www.time-to-remember.org.nz or by phoning 0800 JOIN US (564 687).
While the Cannes film awards are being held over the next week, NZ is gearing up to honour its own with an overwhelming number of entries for this year's NZ Screen Awards having been received, some of those like Helena Brooks short film Nothing Special are already doing well and making their presence felt at Cannes. NZ Screen Directors Guild President Dan Salmon spoke to Breakfast about the health of the NZ film industry.