Wednesday July 25, 2007
On the July 25 programme...
National Party Leader John Key gave his party's perspective on the sacking of his chief press secretary's partner from the Ministry for the Environment.
Used car safety ratings
Land Transport New Zealand spokesman Andy Knackstedt described the methodology behind the 2007 Used Car Safety Ratings report.
Exports and the dollar
Bob Walters, CEO of Export New Zealand, explained why he does not believe government intervention is the answer to problems being caused for some exporters by the comparatively high value of the Kiwi dollar.
Author Dave Cull
Breakfast spoke to author Dave Cull, about his latest book Icebergs: That Antarctic Comes to Town.
Entertainment Commentator Francesca Rudkin wraps up a week of showbiz.
Lin Avery, Principal of the decile one-rated Glen Taylor School, talks about how it turned around its track record of high staff turnover and poor student performance.
2006 National Excellence in Teaching Award recipient Julie Yeoman talked about what winning the award meant to her, and how teachers can be nominated for this year's round.
Air NZ Fashion Week
Air NZ Fashion Week Managing Director Pieter Stewart talked about the designers who will be participating in this year's show.