Darryl Evans from Mangere Budget Advisory Service was on Breakfast to give people advice on what they should do given all of the price rises happening from today.
Breakfast spoke to Dr Sarah Derrett the Chairperson of Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa, a newly formed patient-led charity who says the government's plans to trial a screening programme for five years while a national screening could be almost a decade away, is just not good enough.
Breakfast spoke to Greg Allan from the Commerce Commission who are warning businesses that they could be prosecuted if they misrepresent price rises as being caused by the ETS or GST.
Breakfast had its weekly catch up with Jacinda Ardern and Simon Bridges for an insiders look into parliament.
Entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin has the first look at the new Twilight blockbuster. Plus, Woody and the gang return to the big screen in Toy Story 3 - this time, in 3D.
Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall reports on the Sonny Bill Williams fight, Julia Gillard's first week as PM and Aboriginal calls to ban tourists from Uluru following stripping and golf incidents.
School Holiday ideas
Bruce Pilbrow from Parents Inc came on Breakfast to give parents some ideas as to what they should do with their children during the school holidays.
Breakfast spoke to Dr Andrew Cardow, a lecturer in management at Massey's College of Business by day, and vampire researcher by night.