Monday November 15
If an inquiry into our consitution leads to NZ becoming a republic - what will happen to the Treaty of Waitangi? Breakfast spoke to Maori commentator Willie Jackson and Dave Guerin from Republican Movement of Aotearoa .
The Prime Minister talked to Paul Henry about her announcement that a select committee would be launched in the future of NZ's constitution, the foreshore and seabed legislation being debated in the house under urgency this week and the latest Colmar Brunton poll which showed Labour having a six point lead over National.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is now well into it's season of Coppelia, a classic ballet full of love and laughter, deception and revenge. Reporter Laura Barnsley caught up with the cast amongst the tutus and tiaras in Wellington.
Social commentator James McOnie spoke this morning about the implications if New Zealand were to become a republic; about whether the country would benefit from the instatement of a president and the severing of colonial ties. He also spoke about the Labour Party conference and presented some alternate New Zealand flags.
Paul Brislen is an IT journalist with the New Zealand Herald. He spoke to Breakfast about Telecom's so called "T3G" network, which the company launched last week. Vodafone will launch its 3G network next year. For more details go to www.telecom.co.nz or to www.vodafone.co.nz
Breakfast spoke to two organisers of a trust called Leadership
NZ, set up by key businesspeople to encourage leaders to give back
to the community. For more information check out
Ali Mau spoke to Carlee McCaw from the Flight Centre about Norfolk Island as a desitation. For more information on Norfolk Island see: http://www.norfolkisland.com.au