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Wednesday 11 July


Celebrating the tail end of Matariki, Nga mana whakairo a Toi ki Tamaki join us in the lead up to the Kapa haka Super 12. This unique event is part of Auckland Council's Matariki Festival and combines traditional Kapa Haka with contemporary entertainment in an exciting and fast paced format.
http://www.matarikifestival.org.nz/events/detail.asp?ID=766


Hoping to take their dance moves onto the world hip hop championship stage is Eclipse Dance Crew from South Auckland. https://www.facebook.com/EclipseDanceCrewNZ


Scott Campbell is the first baseball player born and raised in NZ to be drafted to play in major league baseball. He's now working to develop the sport in New Zealand.
http://baseballnewzealand.com/


The lovely Toni Street is lingering after Breakfast to grace the Good Morning Couch.

Bernard Hickey, Managing Editor of Interest.co.nz, explains what is happening in the euro zone and what the financial crisis there means for us here.

The Grove's award winning chef Ben Bayly is back to make some delicious seafood. First up Alpine Salmon and Salted Sampi followed by Blue Fin Tuna with Coriander, Crispy Squid and Horseradish Sorbet and Yuzu/Lemon, Brown Butter and Sage Souffle. http://www.thegroverestaurant.co.nz/

Youth Worker Darryl Gardiner is discussing how to tell your teen you're separating and what effect it could have on them. You can phone in on 0800 888 255 or email goodmorning@tvnz.co.nz with any questions on the subject for Darryl.

Heather Tait is at Kings Plant Barn with tips on keeping your vegetable garden going during winter and your flower beds filled with colour and fragrance. If you're a fan of asparagus you'll need to be patient but you can grow your own.
http://www.kings.co.nz/

Some say your child is determined and resilient, you know they're just plain argumentative. Andrea Stringer from The Parenting Place has tips on coping with an argumentative child.
http://www.theparentingplace.com/

And Justine Smith has all the latest gossip.
http://www.ncomedy.com/NOTORIOUS_/Justine_Smith_home.html

The 'Critically Endangered' Sumatran tiger now numbers fewer than 400 in the wild, and less than 200 in captivity. We catch up with what is being done to protect them with Bruce Murdock from Auckland Zoo. 
www.aucklandzoo.co.nz

We reveal the winner of our Pet Family Photo Competition.

And Simon's Cat comes a-cropper with a hopper. Meet a funny bunny tomorrow on Good Morning.


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