Friday October 28
Breakfast spoke to Phil O'Reilly from Business New Zealand about the impact the rise in the official interest rate would have on the economy and also Ced Croft who is a real estate valuer who predicts it will hit home owners hard.
Breakfast reporter Jennie Matuszek takes a look at the branding of Taranaki.
Breakfast crossed live to New Plymouth's foreshore this morning for the first day of the 18th Taranaki Rhododendron and Garden Festival. Kay spoke to the Louise Stevens Festival Manager and to Mayor Peter Tennent about what else the Taranaki region has to offer and what their re-branding is all about.
This morning on Breakfast social commentator Joe Bennett discussed the National Party's shadow cabinet re-shuffle.
Breakfast spoke to Political Reporter Francesca Mold about the National reshuffle .
Breakfast spoke to Canadian photojournalist Philip Maher about his work for world vision chronicling the lives of people in war and disaster zones.
Breakfast crossed live to New Plymouth's foreshore this morning for the unveiling of a sculpture on the first day of the 18th Taranaki Rhododendron and Garden Festival. Kay Gregory spoke to the sculpture's designers - landscape architects Christopher Masson and Robert Watson.
Paul Henry spoke to Salmonella Dub singer Tiki Taane about the release of the Dub Conspiracy compilation launch and the band's first extensive New Zealand tour in almost five years.