8 Oct 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Oct 7 2016

From The Week In Review, 3:00 am on 8 October 2016

A review of the week's news including... Maori leader Sir Ngatata Love is jailed for obtaining property by deception, All Black Aaron Smith is suspended in disgrace after an incident with a woman in a disabled toilet at Christchurch Airport, the Human Rights Review Tribunal orders Colin Craig to pay Rachel MacGregor record breaking damages plus costs, the Children's Commissioner urges National and Labour to work together to cut child poverty rates by 10 percent, private prison operator Serco was scoring "exceptional' marks for performance at the very time it had too few guards to detect or stop organised fights, the country's biggest bank is closing its Milton branch and the town's mayor isn't happy, a senior hospital doctor says many of them are working hours just as tough as those facing junior doctors as junior doctors prepare to strike, Helen Clark misses out on the top job at the UN, a Dunedin council candidate challenges other candidates to "wheel a mile in his shoes" on a busy lunchtime in Dunedin's CBD, the insurance company Youi is fined 100-thousand dollars for misleading sales practices, two top olympians are unfazed at becoming the first New Zealand athletes to have medical documents made public by Russian hackers and the launch of a book is raising questions about how New Zealand history is taught in schools.