Our second to last week with you for 2018, Breakfast viewers! And what a week it was. ✨💛
In order to meet the recommendations of the Government's mental health and addiciton report, experts say our psychologist workforce needs to at least quadruple.
By next June, the Government now predicts it will have a $1.7 billion surplus - with the economy growing by three per cent over the next two years.
Primary schools in NSW will enforce a mobile phone ban as of next year in a bid to reduce online bullying. Is this really the solution?
Labours Finance Minister joined Breakfast to talk about the Half Year Economic and Fiscal Update.
The Opposition Finance spokesperson gives her thoughts on the Governments half-year budget.
Would you give someone a pet for Christmas? Every child (and quite a few adults) dreams of getting a puppy or a kitten for Christmas. But you need to be responsible.
Sun's out - ankles out!
Dilmah Tea's founder Merril J Fernando told Jack and Hayley he considers Kiwis to be "extended Dilmah family" - a title we will gladly claim.
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