Monday October 15, 2007
On the October 15 programme...
Employers and Manufacturers Asoosication CEO Alasdair Thompson discusses Duvet Days, the latest ploy to retain staff. Shane Bradley, Managing Director of a small IT company has started offering his employees this latest staff perk.
Breakfast spoke to cancer survivors Guy Alexander and Hannah Josephson ahead of Canteen's Bandana week
Prime Minister Helen Clark joins Paul and Pippa to talk politics, following the latest ONE News Colmar Brunton poll results that have National ahead of Labour by 12 points.
Weekend sports wrap
ONE News sports reporter Toni Street reviewed the weekend of sport.
Californian architect Steven Ehrlich speaks about the Californian style. www.s-ehrlich.com
Our media commentator Irene Gardiner gives her views on how the news has been covered in the last week.
Internationally renowned "dog listener" Jan Fennell talked to Breakfast anout how to get pets to cooperate with you without force, aggression, gadgets or frustration.
Roving reporter Tamati Coffey spins the Grab-a-Seat wheel in Whakatane.