Tuesday November 6, 2007
Breakfast went live to Flemington and got the lowdown on the big race with ONE News sports reporter Tuipoloa Evan Charlton.
What's on at Ellerslie
The CEO of the Auckland Racing Club told Breakfast what's in store at Ellerslie Racecourse to coincide with Melbourne Cup day.
Breakfast went "hat mad" for Melbourne Cup day and spoke to fashion designer Kevin Berkahn about what headwear is in this season.
Up and coming jockey Natasha Collett and sports reporter Toni Street gave Breakfast their picks for this year's Melbourne Cup.
Breakfast's music reviewer Francesca Rudkin shared her thoughts on newly released albums by pop princesses Britney Spears, Delta Goodrem and Jennifer Lopez.
ONE News US correspondent Tim Wilson discusses the big news in America this week.
Where's Tamati? (and Rachel)
Roving reporters Tamati Coffey and Rachel MacGregor came to us live from Whistler in Canada - riding quad bikes, exploring the town and bear hunting?
Transport Safety Minister Harry Duynhoven told Breakfast how car buying is being made easier with the launch of new website www.rightcar.govt.nz
Breakfast spoke to high school student Wilhelmina Shrimpton and youth affairs correspondent Jehan Casinader about the new national curriculum and suggestions the government is considering raising the school leaving age.
Breakfast's Gardening Guru gave viewers tips on getting the best colour in your backyard this Summer.