Thursday December 14, 2006
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to Transport Safety Minister Harry Duynhoven about the Government's road safety announcement released yesterday. The package of recommendation would see road side drug testing introduced and changes to demerit and fine regimes. Click here to see the messageboard
Parenting and family relationships expert Ian Grant spoke to Paul Henry about ways people can relax as the pre-Christmas stress reaches fever pitch, and how to ensure Christmas Day runs as smoothly as possible.
Kay Gregory spoke to Europe Correspondent Melissa Stokes about the investigation into the murder of five young prostitutes in and around Ipswich, about a hundred kilometres Northeast of London.
Breakfast spoke to One News Reporter Lisa Owen in the Fijian captial Suva about revelations of a plot to assassinate coup leader Commodore Frank Bainimarama.
Film reviewer Francesca Rudkin shared her thoughts on the romantic comedy 'The Holiday' starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet and Jack Black.
Kay Gregory spoke to Diane Robertson from the Auckland City Mission, and to Michael Gorman from the Christchurch City Mission, about their respective organisation's build-up to the traditionally busy Christmas period. www.aucklandcitymission.org.nz
Health Correspondent Lorelei Mason spoke to Kay Gregory about the latest in a series of strikes involving health workers.
Reporter Rachel Macgregor met a group working to bring Christmas to the less privileged. The Life Centre Trust has organised volunteers to pack food hampers.
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke with Betty-Anne and Captain Fonk about the twenty-year anniversary of Ardijah.