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‘Just a matter of time’ – Airline Pilot Association says drones are getting too close to planes
- The brilliant David Walliams 'wanted to make a book with a real emphasis on humour and fun' - and it's paid off as he's sold millions of copies
Author David Walliams joins Breakfast ahead of the release of his new book, The World's Worst Children 2.
Hannah McQueen argues the case for why teens should enter the workforce before they leave school.
- ‘You’ve got to live it and play exactly what’s in front of you’ – Mad-dog Tony talks of facing demons after his Survivor NZ elimination
Ex-army veteran Tony is the latest contestant to be sent packing in Survivor New Zealand.
The SPCA are going to start proactively checking known boarding kennels and dog hotels to check things are being run properly.
Tim Robinson of the NZAPA says a major accident is bound to happen soon unless new guidelines and restrictions are put in place.
- 'Maybe that was Ben Ainslie out there showing he's not up to it' - ex-America's Cup skipper takes a swipe at Brit over Team NZ being crashed into
Chris Dickson has his own theory as to why Sir Ben Ainslie's boat collided with Team NZ on Bermuda waters.
- 'Help, what do I do?' - Ed Sheeran fan pays $2500 for just FIVE standing tickets for NZ tour as scalpers profit big time
Consumer NZ boss Sue Chetwin paints a bleak picture of how ticket scalpers are exploiting Ed Sheeran fans.
- 'This is particularly special because it took so long to write' - author who spent 13 years creating novel that's now won top NZ book award
Catherine Chidgey won the nation's biggest writing prize for The Wish Child.
- ‘It’s about capturing the emotion’ – Canon Media Award photography finalists reveal the secret to capturing an award winning photo
Photographers Mike Scott and Christel Yardley talked to Breakfast about how they captured their photo nominated for the award.
Mike King resigned from NZs suicide prevention panel after becoming increasingly concerned about the deeply flawed guidelines.
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