23 Jan 2015

The Week In Review for week ending Jan 23 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 23 January 2015

A review of the week's news including... The Whanganui District Health Board says the mother of a 16-month-old toddler who died in the hospital grounds is a valued staff member and they are grieving with the family, the Government believes it's possible to cut the cost of a house or section by tens of thousands of dollars with changes to the Resource Management Act, why the commander of the HMNZS Wellington decided not to board boats illegally fishing near Antarctica, an Iwi leader says Tuwharetoa will come back from its financial losses after bad financial decisions that have substantially reduced the Iwi's treaty settlement amount, the Taxi Federation says a review of the law that regulates taxis and private hire vehicles such as the online taxi-sharing Uber is not before time, more of the country's banks join the pack in cutting home loan rates, David Bain 's fight for compensation for the 13 years he spent behind bars is resuming after two years of delays, child abuse falls by 12 percent according to the latest Child Youth and Family statistics, trams could be back in Auckland, Rolling Stone and now childrens author Keith Richards talks about his latest book and a hundred years of aviation history was on display at the Wings over Wairarapa airshow.