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Thursday March 24


The government has avoided a stand-off with the oil industry after announcing it will tender for the additional storage supply needed to allow the government to meet its international obligations to have 90 days oil supply in reserve. The tender process will be paid for by a levy on fuel. Breakfast spoke to Mobil Oil NZ Country Manager Mark Malpass about this.

Breakfast wanted to know the secret to perfect Hot Cross buns, so sought the advice of Food Critic Annabelle White and this year's winner of the hot cross bun competition, Andrew Fernside from Wild Wheat bakery in East Tamaki.

Breakfast wanted to know the secret to perfect Hot Cross buns, so sought the advice of Food Critic Annabelle White and this year's winner of the hot cross bun competition, Andrew Fernside from Wild Wheat bakery in East Tamaki.

Francesca Rudkin chatted with Kay Gregory about Being Julia, a new film by Oscar winning director Istvan Szabo. It's a story of romance and revenge in 1930s London loosely based on the 1950 Oscar winner All About Eve.

The Labour list came out this week so Breakfast spoke to political reporter Guyon Espiner about the fallout from this.

ECT or electroconvulsive therapy treatment is a treatment doled out back in the sixties and seventies which most believe has gone out of favour and popularity. A new report commissioned by the Health Ministry has just come out and says that ECT is both appropriate and useful but that's raised concern from some who say the report is flawed and the benefits of treatment don't last.

On Breakfast this morning Glynn Cardy, the vicar from St Matthews, clinical psychologist Marijke Batenburg and actress Jodie Rimmer discussed the pursuit of happiness.

 


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