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Tuesday July 29

Published: 11:43PM Monday July 28, 2008

World Internet Project New Zealand
Karishma Kripalani, co-ordinator the World Internet Project New Zealand, on the social impact the Internet is having on New Zealanders and findings from the benchmark longitudinal study which aims to track the trends of the Internet and its impact around the world.

Fruit and veggie pricing
Breakfast talked to Andrew Fenton, President of Horticulture NZ about why he thinks there is a need for fruit and vegetable price increases, an issue he'll be highlighting in his opening address to the Horticulture NZ conference on Wednesday.

Political news
Political Editor Guyon Espiner spoke to Breakfast about why the Winston Peters' story is captivating the media.

Music review: Beth Rowley
Francesca Rudkin reviewed Beth Rowley's album Little Dreamer.

Universal Student Allowance
The prices of petrol, power and produce are rising, and winter has set in. Tertiary students are demanding a universal living allowance for all students, but would it be worth the taxpayer's money? Breakfast spoke to some students feeling the pinch, and Dave Guerin of the Education Forum.

Eden Park's south stand
Eden Park's south stand is being demolished for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. Eden Park Operations Manager John Strawbridge talked to Breakfast about progress on the redevelopment, the history of the south stand and memorabilia up for auction.

Gardening tips
Breakfast's Gardening Guru, Jamie Gardner talked through weed prevention methods.

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