Tuesday May 31
Following the murder of two elderly pensioners in their home in Feilding, Breakfast spoke to Lorraine Vincent, Community Services Group Manager with responsibility for pensioner housing, about how the community is coping.
Detective Senior Sergeant Craig Sheridan from the Palmerston North police spoke to the Breakfast programme with an update on investigations into the killing of an elderly Feilding couple over the weekend.
Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver discussed protests in Tonga, where thousands marched against increased power prices from the company owned by the Crown Prince.
Music reviewer Francesca Rudkin shared her thoughts on Weezer's new album, 'Make Believe'. It is the band's fifth album, launched with the single 'Beverly Hills'.
Kay Gregory spoke this morning with David Russell from the Consumers Institute about what you should know about buying party pills. For further information see www.consumer.org.nz
In preparation for an upcoming square and round dancing convention in Christchurch, reporter Juliet McVeigh met some modern day barn-dancers.
Paul Henry spoke to Marilynn McLachlan about her new book "The New Parent Code". Marilynn became known around the country last year after a letter she sent to the Prime Minister describing the financial difficulties of raising a family in contemporary New Zealand was published in a Sunday newspaper.