Monday February 19, 2007 | BREAKFAST | TV ONE | tvnz.co.nz [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Monday February 19, 2007
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On the February 19 show...

Corporal punishment

Drury Christian School Principal Ron Bagrie explained his school's corporal punishment policy, under which children are recommended to their parents as needing to be smacked for rule-breaking at school.
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Prime Minister
Helen Clark gave her assessment of a political poll that indicates the National Party leader is nearly as popular with voters as herself.
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Year of the Pig
It's Chinese New Year, and this year is the Year of the Fire Pig. Cross Cultural Specialist Kenneth Leong spoke about what this means.
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Auckland transport
The new chief executive of Auckland Regional Transport Authority, Fergus Gammie, talked about plans to beef up public transport in Auckland.
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IT news
IT Commentator Paul Reynolds gave his assessment of what affect so-called Citizen Democracy sites will have on the political process. http://theyworkforyou.co.nz/
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Tony Christie
British singing star of the 1970s Tony Christie is a British singer is currently touring New Zealand. He spoke to Breakfast about his comeback.
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Travel to San Francisco
Melissa Rendell from the Flight Centre spoke about the delights of San Francisco. Website: www.flightcentre.co.nz
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