Wednesday August 24
Former ACT MP Donna Awatere Huata, along with her husband Wi Huata have been convicted of fraud charges involving the misuse of public funds. Breakfast talked to former ACT Leader Richard Prebble for his response to the guilty verdicts.
New Zealand First has just released its party list. Paul spoke to leader Winston Peters about its line up. For more information see www.nzfirst.org.nz
This morning on the Breakfast programme artist Nicky Foreman and lawyer Owen Morgan discussed the occurrence of the theft of intellectual property - art that is unethically copied and sold often on the internet.
Media commentators Kerre Woodham and Russell Brown discussed the court reporting and the role of the crime story.
Rangitoto College Principal Allan Peachey is standing in the National seat of Tamaki (Clem Simich's current electorate). Paul Henry asked him why he's decided to stand for parliament.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Raymond Miller and Keith Ng discussed the Asian voters and the different voting demographics.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Tom Scott discussed his updated version of 'The Great Brain Robbery' the book he has co-written with Trevor Grice about the effect of illegal drugs on teenagers.
Friday 26th August is Daffodil Day. This morning Breakfast spoke to one of the countries oldest collectors Glad Thomas, and Phil Brias from the Cancer Society, about the distribution of collected funds.
To make a donation or for more information see: www.daffodilday.org.nz