3 Jun 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri June 3 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 3 June 2016

A review of the week's news including... Relatives of a two-year-old girl shot dead at her home in Mangere speak of their grief and shock, Labour and the Greens are formalising their relationship, the Chairman of a Mangere Bridge marae calls for a permanent facility to be set up to provide temporary help to the homeless in Auckland, an urban Maori authority urges its whanau to boycott an after-hours clinic because it's too expensive and go straight to Hospital emergency, tobacco companies fume over the Government's plans to wrap up their cigarettes in plain packets, a steel trader says loose controls in New Zealand means 95 percent of substandard imported steel is not detected and ends up in bridges and buildings, a review of suicide deaths finds many of those who took their own lives did not get the right help, or slipped through the cracks of multiple Government agencies, the Civil Aviation Authority grounds all helicopters of the company which owned the machine that crashed on Fox Glacier causing multiple fatalities, the sister and father of a New Zealand woman feared dead after she was taken by a crocodile in Queensland say they'll stay at the site of the attack until the search for her ends, punters will have to go without alcohol at the Trentham winter races as the Police take a strong stand on alcohol abuse and illegal alcohol sales, Wellington City Council scraps a proposal to fine people who are late to burials and rodeos have been slammed as cruel and outdated with animal rights groups calling for their outlawing.