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Kate Hawkesby To Co-Host Breakfast

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24 December 2001 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Kate Hawkesby To Co-Host Breakfast

TVNZ newsreader Kate Hawkesby, is joining BREAKFAST as a permanent co-host with presenter Mike Hosking.

Heaton Dyer, Head of News & Current Affairs commented, "We are delighted to have Kate join the BREAKFAST team in a permanent position. BREAKFAST has a strong emphasis on significant events affecting New Zealanders, and Kate has the depth of experience to play an integral role on BREAKFAST.

"BREAKFAST continues our commitment to strengthening our news service at either end of the day, catering to people who are looking for up to date news and information at the start of the day."

Kate Hawkesby said she was looking forward to being on the team in a permanent slot. "BREAKFAST is a fantastic opportunity to get my teeth into day-to-day news and current affairs."

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