Thursday February 3
Reporter Laura Barnsley gave a live report from the fog-filled Wellington airport grounds. All flights in and out of Wellington International Airport have been cancelled due to dense fog blanketing the runway. Several hundred flights have been cancelled since the low cloud came in on Tuesday.
The police have launched a new strategy for dealing with ethnic communities. Paul Henry asked Superintendent Pieri Munro, General Manager of Mâori Pacific Ethnic Services at the Office of Commission, to explain the strategy.
Jeanette Thomas spoke to David Ellis, Principal of Te Akau Stud from the Karaka Yearling Sales about the business of racing, and his latest acquisitions.
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to Coast to Coast competitor Mark Pollock. Mark lost his sight unexpectedly in 1998 and has achieved incredible physical endurance events.
Francesca Rudkin chatted with Jeanette Thomas about Sideways, a new film directed by Alexander Payne about two middle-aged men who embark on a journey of self-discovery and wine-tasting.
With concern about bird flu in Asia becoming a major issue again this year Jeanette Thomas talked to Professor Roger Morris from Massey University about what's being done to halt the spread of the disease.
On Breakfast this morning Paul Henry spoke to Shane Lin, Melanie Langlotz and AJ - three New Zealanders from culturally diverse backgrounds about their experiences of life here, about what being a Kiwi means to them and what they may do on Waitangi Day.