Tuesday January 31
Later today National party Leader Don Brash will deliver his annual speech from the Orewa Rotary Club. Paul Henry spoke to him to talk about what was likely to be in it.
Air New Zealand has accepted a proposal from the Engineering Printing and Manufacturing Union to save some of the 600 engineering jobs threatened with redundancy. Kay Gregory spoke to EPMU National Secretary Andrew Little about the proposal.
A group of residents from Kaharoa near Rotorua are concerned over a Child Youth and Family decision to build a youth prison in their community and are holding a public meeting at 7pm tonight for CYF to answer their questions. Paul Henry spoke to the Kaharoa Prison Action Group spokesperson Don Hammond about their concerns. For more information see www.kaharoa.co.nz or www.youthjusticecentral.co.nz
This morning on Breakfast Francesca Rudkin reviewed the new album from The Strokes: First Impressions of Earth. The New York rockers topped the British pop charts for the first time with the album.
Andrew Barclay from Warren and Mahoney Architects discussed New Territory - a book that's a critical review of five decades of the practises most pivotal works.
Breakfast spoke to David Russell about Woolworths supplier price
Reporter Edward Cook spoke to two potential members of the Men's 4x100m relay team that is competing at the Commonwealth games in Melbourne in March.
This morning on the Breakfast programme John Cameron from Procare discussed summertime health nasties - including bugs, bites and bbq hygiene.