Tuesday October 17
This morning on Breakfast, Amnesty International's Executive Director Ced Simpson and the Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Winnie Laban talked about the Government's decision to take away the tax-free status of NZ charities deemed too politically active. The new ruling takes effect from next February. Existing charities wanting to retain their tax-free status need to register with the Charities Commission by the middle of next year.
This morning on Breakfast Pippa Wetzel spoke to Aroha Robinson, the latest wannabe pop star to be eliminated from New Zealand Idol.
Janet Kelly is Project Manager for the 2007 School Trustee Elections. She spoke to Pippa Wetzel about a campaign being launched today to get schools and potential candidates to start thinking about the elections, which close in March. www.trustee-election.co.nz
This morning on Breakfast Francesca Rudkin reviews Pete Yorn's latest album 'Nightcrawler'.
Breakfast spoke to osteoporosis sufferer Linda McNamara about her condition and International Osteoporosis Day taking place on October 20th. Osteoporosis is a global public health problem which currently affects approximately one in three women and one in five men.
Breakfast spoke to David Russell about the effectiveness of the Privacy act since it was implemented thirteen years ago.
Breakfast spoke with Photographer Reg Graham about his new book 'Click' that captures the essence of over ninety of the most intriguing and compelling artistic personalities of the decade.
Author CK Stead spoke to Pippa Wetzell on Breakfast about his controversial new novel My Name was Judas.