Tuesday March 22
Fog is still causing havoc for passengers travelling through Wellington Airport this morning. Reporter Laura Barnsley spoke to the airport's Duty Manager Shirley Atherford for an update.
Following the National Party's Youth Justice policy launch yesterday, Breakfast discussed the issue with those working in the area of Youth Justice including Greg Newbold, a Criminologist at Canterbury University, John Hancock a Solicitor at YouthLaw and Major Graham Rattray from the Salvation Army.
One News' Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver talked to Kay Gregory about rising tensions in Tonga and the erosion of the royal family, one of the world's last absolutist monarchies.
Francesca Rudkin chatted with Paul Henry about The Sound Inside, a new album by New Zealand/British band Breaks-Co-Op. The album is out now and available from all major music stores.
Consumer advocate David Russell was on the show this morning discussing products made just for kids. When it comes to supplements for kids the Consumers' Institute says they can't replace a well-balanced diet but products like shampoo and sunscreen have some benefits. www.consumer.org.nz
Breakfast spoke this morning with Coronation Street star Susie Blake who plays Rover's barmaid Bev Unwin in the show. She spoke about her experiences on Britain's longest-running soap-opera, what keeps the audience watching and The Habitat for Humanity trust that has brought her to New Zealand.
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to Lesley Max - an advocate for children and CEO of the Pacific Foundation and Cindy Kiro, Commissioner for Children, about children who are too busy about the trend of school children doing a host of extra curricular activities.