Tuesday April 4
Following the verdict in the Louise Nicholas rape trial last week some of her supporters have been breaking court suppression orders by publishing information that was suppressed during the trial. David Farrar who has the blog www.kiwiblog.co.nz gives his opinion on this issue.
Kay Gregory spoke to BNZ Chief Economist Tony Alexander and Paul Glass from Brook Asset Management about the current state of the economy and recent surges in sharemarket activity.
The government wants to introduce tougher measures to prevent those with large fines from leaving the country. Paul Henry talked to Minister for Courts Rick Barker about the proposed changes.
Breakfast reporter Tristram Clayton spoke to St John first aid training tutor Sandra Faye about the organisation's new campaign to improve CPR skills around New Zealand.
This morning on Breakfast Music Reviewer Francesca Rudkin looked at Donald Reid's first solo album 'In a Taxi Home'.
Reporter Jay Harkness looked into the Ministry for the Environment's redemption fund. The fund is worth two million dollars a year, half of which goes to the clean-up of the Tui Mine Site near Te Aroha and the Mapua Fruitpackers site near Nelson.
Kay Gregory spoke this morning with David Russell from the Consumers Institute about devices that claim to save you petrol but which are likely soaking up your money. For further information see www.consumer.org.nz
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Paul Henry talked about
the state of men in this country - about the issues and challenges
facing them in the future - with Paul Little, Ginger Gibbs and John