Wednesday April 6
The NZ Institute's launched a proposal to get New Zealanders saving. Breakfast spoke to Financial Planner Murrray Weatherston, from Financial Focus to find out whether or not the proposal could work.
Teenage partying is a problem every parent has to deal with, now Christchurch Police Youth Liaison Officer Chris Dixon's suggesting schools work with parents to come up with some firm guidelines on how to manage parties where alcohol is involved.
Media commentators Jim Tully and Wendyl Nissen discussed the journalistic ethics involved in the Investigate Magazine's article quoting Labour MP John Tamihere - and the media fall-out; and the extensive coverage of Pope John Paul II's last days and pending funeral.
In this week's mayoral discussion, Breakfast spoke to Mayor of the Far North District Council, Yvonne Sharp and Chrischurch City Council Mayor Garry Moore about employment opportunities for youth that are being created through the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs programme along with the issue of boy racers.
And finally on this mornings Breakfast show Kay and Paul spoke to Ivan Muir, Jon Austin and Justin Nelson - three men who the only thing they have in common is they're from the Waikato and are extremely proud of that fact.