Monday June 12
Kay Gregory spoke to Civil Defence Manager in Timaru, Mark Bang, about road closures and damage caused by a snowstorm there.
Kay Gregory spoke to Transport Minister Hon Annette King and High School student Cathryn Eccles about a nationwide stakeholder engagement programme to find the best ways to reduce the road toll even further is to begin next month.
Prime Minister Helen Clark discusses national security following the deportation of a man linked to the September 11 attacks.
Stephen Stuart spoke to Sports Commentator Richard Becht about the weekend's sporting highlights.
Melissa Davies reports on the revamp of Universal Studio's most popular ride. The backlot studio tour now features the 'bigature' prop designed by Weta Workshop for King Kong.
Breakfast spoke to Auckland Art Gallery's Chris Saines and curator Natasha Conland about the finalists in the country's richest art aware, the $50,000 Walters Prize.
Paul Brislen is a technology journalist who regularly comments on technology matters for the Breakfast programme. This morning he and Kay Gregory discussed recent media reports on the how the products of local electronics manufacturer Rakon are used overseas.
Breakfast spoke to CEO of New Zealand Winegrowers Philip Gregan about this year's grape harvest. Mr Gregan says the 2006 grape harvest of 185,000 tonnes is in line with expectations and has produced a high quality vintage. Website: www.nzwine.com
Breakfast spoke to Shelley Adkins from the House of Travel about travel in the South American country of Peru. Amongst its many attractions visitors can wander around the colonial cities that have preserved the legacy of the Spanish conquistadors.. visit the ancient Inca capital of Cuzco, and explore the lost city of machu picchu. Web Address: www.houseoftravel.co.nz