Monday September 4
Ruth Dyson is the minister of Labour. She spoke to Kay Gregory about some new research, commissioned by the Department of Labour's Partnership Resource Centre, into the application of the 'partnership' concept to relations between employers and unions in New Zealand. Kay also spoke to David Lowe from the Employers and Manufacturers Association.
Paul Henry spoke to Prime Minister Helen Clark about the giving of donations to MPs, in the light of the suspension of Labour MP Taito Phillip Field.
Stephen Stuart and Richard Becht discussed the weekend's sporting highlights, including the retirement of tennis great Andre Agassi.
Author Paul Stewart and illustrator Chris Riddell talked to Breakfast about their unique collaboration to create the best selling childrens books, including The Edge Chronicles
Breakfast spoke to Zoe George of Project Hope - a suicide prevention action group that wants compulsory mental and emotional health education classes in schools.
Paul Brislen is an IT journalist who regularly appears on the Breakfast programme. This morning he and Kay Gregory discussed the user advantages of internet delivered over a fibre network.
Paul Henry spoke to David Russell of the Consumers' Institute about his announcement to retire in March. He's been the chief executive for 15 years of the 35 years he has worked at the institute.
In the Breakfast travel segment this morning Kay Gregory spoke with Cath Gerbich of the House of Travel about travel in California. Website: www.houseoftravel.co.nz