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‘He is working in his electorate’ – Paul Bennett comes to the defence of Todd Barclay
- 'I did not put tomato sauce on it!' – Hilary Barry reveals measures she nearly went to to get child to eat porridge
Breakfast is sharing stories about the fussy eating habits of youngsters.
- 'It's not just the responsibility of the current government' – Environment Commissioner on NZ's climate burden
Jan Wright says more must be done if NZ wants to hit its climate goals.
Norton Internet cyber security expert Mark Gorrie speaks about the dangers of using public WIFI, and some concerning behaviour.
Dr Mary Birdsall was speaking about research that shows a drop in sperm counts.
1 NEWS sports reporter Abby Wilson speaks about plans to drug test First XV rugby players.
Scott Tibbutt from Drug Free Sport explains why they are testing first XV rugby players.
- 'I was pretty shocked at the sheer level of crowding' – animal welfare group SAFE horrified at number of turtles in Auckland pet shop tank
Dr Andrew Knight from SAFE says there are serious health concerns for the turtles.
- Watch: Matty McLean and Brodie Kane struggle to hold down their breakfast while trying to eat horrendously smelly fruit
The durian is a delicacy, but also has quite the fragrance, as our adventurous pair found out.
CEO David White says having the sport in the Olympics would be a massive boost due to the Indian market.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards believes it could be a good idea that the media approaches people before using their photos and videos online.
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