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Armageddon fans... make sure you're watching Friday's show for an exciting announcement!
Well it's official, Paul McCartney is coming to NZ. He announced it in a Facebook Live video last night - so how did the conversation turn to our own Neil Finn?
This is one competition you don't want to miss... One double pass to this weekend's All Blacks v Lions match at Eden Park, thanks to AIG! To enter, tell us the rugby fan you'd take along. Be watching Breakfast tomorrow after 7am when we reveal the winner... you've got 12 hours - go! NOTE: You must be able to pick the tickets up from Auckland CBD tomorrow.
Our very own Daniel Faitaua was a Breakfast Club panellist today, and boy did he have some opinions to share. Do you agree with banning children from buying smartphones, or keeping beloved pets away from hospitals?
Did you catch this adorable All Blacks video released by AIG? We had a look this morning while Sean Fitzpatrick was in to chat about those scary "lions" and the actual Lions, who are preparing to take on the mighty ABs this Saturday night.
A group in the States is pushing for a law that will ban the sale of smartphones to children under 13 years old, as it says they're losing the art of human interaction. Would this be a good idea to bring to NZ?
"I'm so excited! This is a really good contest." Sean Fitzpatrick said both Steve Hansen and Warren Gatland have picked two strong teams ahead of this weekend's All Blacks v Lions game in Auckland. Do you agree?
Get your brollies out! Heavy rain is forecast for most of the country today as a wet weather front continues. ☔️🌬
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The Royal College of Nurses in the UK says pets should be allowed to visit their owners in hospital to reduce stress. But critics say it would increase the risk of infection. Would you support this?