Thursday June 30
Breakfast spoke to Peter Berg from the Forest Owners Association about a ban on government officials coming onto their land to measure carbon credits.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Simon Maude, Chair of the New Zealand Law Society's Family Law Section and Jim Tucker - head of the Journalism Training Organisation discussed the legislative change to the Care of Children Act - that will see the media granted access tot he family court.
This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to New Zealand's karaoke champion Elsie Ratima and competition organiser Paul Norfolk. Elsie will be the first person to represent New Zealand at the World Karaoke Champs in Finland next month. There they will compete against 70 singers from 25 different countries for prize money and of course the title of World Karaoke Champion.
Breakfast Film Reviewer Francesca Rudkin cast her eye over Tom Cruises new flick - War of the Worlds, now in cinemas.
Breakfast crossed live to Wendy Petrie, to see Prince William arrive, in New Zealand.
Health correspondent Lorelei Mason spoke today of the doctor shortage in Christchurches Burwood hospital over the weekend.
This morning on the Breakfast programme Paul Henry spoke to former Alliance MP Laila Harre, ACT MP Deborah Coddington, Wyatt Creech former deputy prime minister for the National Party and former Alliance politican and broadcaster - Willie Jackson about the political mood, National pipping Labour in the latest Herald Digi-poll and we 'middle New Zealand' is at.