Wednesday June 1
The Auckland City Council has unveiled new design rules it plans to introduce to improve the quality of new developments going up in the city. Kay Gregory spoke to Auckland City Mayor Dick Hubbard and Gordon Moller, the President of the NZ Institute of Architects about the changes. For more information see www.aucklandcity.govt.nz
Paul Henry spoke to Rachelle Hamilton - an Australian grandmother who has formed the Schapelle Action Support Group.
Media commentaters Wayne Hope and Irene Gardiner discussed the coverage of the Schapelle Cordy's sentencing and appeal process.
Author and journalist Mark Price talks to Kay Gregory about his new novel Getting Away with Murder, a close look at the unsolved murder of Jennifer Beard.
In this week's mayoral forum Breakfast heard from Wellington Mayor Kerry Prendergast and Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt about Tim's performance in Dancing with the Stars and Wellington's preparations for the Lions matches
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Kay Gregory spoke this morning with SPCA vet Robert Bird who demonstrated how to insert a microchip into a cat. It's six months before all registered dogs will legally need to be microchipped.
Breakfast checked out the travelling accommodation of the Barmy Army, who are chasing the British and Irish Lions Rugby team in a customised convoy of camper vans.