Thursday August 30, 2007
On the August 30 programme...
Breakfast spoke with Winston Peters about the SuperGold card that will entitle senior citizens to discounts at nearly 200 retailers. We ask how exactly the card will improve life for New Zealand's seniors?
Young gun politicians, National's Paula Bennett and Labour's Darren Hughes.
Francesca reviews Sundance favourite The Waitress.
Just over two years ago 20-year-old Andrew McNeur was told by doctors he was developing serious arthritis. He was forced to leave his dream job, but he later found out his condition wasn't as bad as initially feared. Now, Andrew's walking from Cape Reinga to Bluff. Jack Tame spoke to Andrew about the challenge.
Reporter Amy Kelley checks out the opening of one of New Zealand's biggest shopping mall.
Surfer Paige Hareb
Breakfast spoke to Taranaki teenager Paige Hareb, who is rapidly rising up the ranks of women's surfing.
The number of Kiwi women heading to London to nanny and the pay rates enticing them are higher than ever & but it's affecting the childcare industry back home.
The director of 'The Original Art Sale', Richard Jeffery, described how the weekend's event works. www.theoriginalartsale.co.nz