12 Sep 2014

The Week In Review for week ending Sept 12 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 12 September 2014

A review of the week's news including... A thousand people in Ashburton are told the evil of the Work and Income killings must not be forgotten, dozens contact police about a man who's been charged with drugging, sexually assaulting and filming tourists at his backpackers lodge, reaction to the TV 3 leaders debate on Wednesday night, anti drug campaigners warn butane huffing is on the rise again, a Hamilton district court judge has heavily fined a Waikato dairy farmer and warned polluting farmers of harsher penalties ahead, charter schools are defying their critics saying their students will have good pass rates this year, an advocacy group is warning that undiagnosed endometriosis is causing huge disruption to the education of some girls who have it, the end of an era in our skies and a young Wellington girl has become the youngest New Zealander to have won an international chess title.