TVNZ spokeswoman Megan Richards said TVNZ had upheld the complaints against Henry because Ms Mills was treated unfairly.
It had written back to the about 30 people who complained and apologised to them, she told NZPA.
Ms Mills was not one of the people who complained.
Ms Richards believed Henry had privately apologised to Ms Mills.
Henry had been spoken to and told on-air editorial decisions were not his to make and that he must adhere to the executive producer’s decisions.
TVNZ had met with senior Breakfast staff to insist on the need for more care and discretion around editorial decisions about what the programme covered.
Well, that’s a start. Now we just need to get the bigot off our TV screens.
UPDATE: From John Dalley in the comments, his letter from TVNZ says “an on air apology is not part of the deal”.
UPDATE 2: The Hand Mirror goes into more detail and discusses whether or not to take it further.