30 Oct 2015

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Oct 30 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 30 October 2015

A review of the week's news including... Victims' families feel betrayed over the Transport Accident Investigation Commission investigation into the Fox Glacier skydive crash, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Seymour Hersch says there is something 'dramatically wrong' with the way the Government has behaved toward Nicky Hager, a New Zealand family makes headlines around the world after their decision to stunt the growth of their severely disabled daughter, the parents of triplets killed in the Doha mall fire are calling on the Prime Minister to follow up promises made to him by the Emir of Qatar, an Immigration New Zealand investigation into the use of fake documents by Filipino farm workers is leaving them desperate and unable to work, the latest from the Chris Cairns' perjury trial in the UK, sixty two homes in Upper Hutt remained cut off Friday morning after a surging Akatarawa River damaged a narrow bridge, a woman who fled violence in Iraq 23 years ago was told by the New Zealand Defence Force she couldn't enlist because of where she was born, a former trade unionist and professional director wants companies to start putting senior executives on casual contracts, the future of the Wellington Phoenix in the Australian A-League football competition is becoming increasingly uncertain after Football Federation Australia declined the club's bid for a 10-year extension, a new regional airline launches services this week and new additions to the list of New Zealand's top ten most endangered species.