5 Sep 2014

The Week In Review for week ending Sept 5 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 5 September 2014

A review of the week's news including... Police arrest the man accused of walking into a Work and Income Office and shooting three staff killing two and critically injuring the other, two significant polls have support for National over 50 percent and able to govern alone, three years after the CTV building collapsed in the Christchurch earthquakes killing 115 people, the Government's outlined its plans to get tougher on engineers, a third senior Dunedin City Council manager has resigned over the growing Citifleet scandal, politicians and health specialists call for the chief executive of the Food and Grocery Council to be sacked from the Government's Health Promotion Agency - accusing her of undermining public health, the Labour Party leader David Cunliffe has been stumped by details of his own tax policy for a second time in a week, a sports coach at an exclusive private Auckland girl's school has been suspended after allowing at least one student to strip down to her underwear in the centre of Rotorua, Northland environmentalists say the Government is turning a blind eye to an illicit export trade in swamp kauri and the New Zealand Rowing Team has wrapped up the world champs in Amsterdam finishing with 9 medals including 6 gold.