20 Feb 2015

The Week In Review for week ending Feb 20 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 20 February 2015

A review of the week's news including... a decision by the Justice Minister to order a fresh report on whether David Bain should receive compensation, the Queenstown and Wanaka communities are reeling following the deaths of two men in a helicopter crash, a major biosecurity operation gets underway in Central Auckland after a Queensland fruit fly is found, the future of Dean Barker as Team New Zealand's helmsman remains unclear - we hear the view of a former Kiwi Americas Cup skipper, passengers and tables went flying when an Auckland ferry slammed into the Devonport wharf, plans for Auckland's convention centre are back on the drawing board while the New Zealand First leader calls for an investigation in to an apparent surge in SkyCity share sales, a Chilean family seeks refuge in a Christchurch church after threats of deportation, a call for hand crafted poppies to honor service men and women who died in World War One has been met with an overwhelming response, The All Blacks captain gives his biggest hint yet he may retire from Rugby after this year's World Cup, the Archbishop of Wellington is appointed a Cardinal of the Catholic Church at a ceremony at the Vatican and the first printed image of New Zealand helps researchers identify an important piece of our coastal heritage that may have been overlooked.