29 Apr 2017

The Week In Review for week ending Fri April 28 2017

From The Week In Review, 1:00 am on 29 April 2017

A review of the week's news including... Invercargill police say they're shocked to be investigating one of their own for murder, the Censor's office has created an entirely new classification specifically for the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why, an American tourist sentenced on two charges of careless use of a motor vehicle causing death and four charges of careless use causing injury talks exclusively to Checkpoint about the weight of his guilt, New Zealand's high use of solitary confinement and restraint practices in prisons has been lambasted, patients with lung cancer have their fingers crossed that they'll be next in line to get free access to the drug Keytruda, a warning there could be thousands of cases of a dangerous potentially lethal superbug infection every year if action isn't taken, the Government announces 11-billion-dollars of infrastructure spending over the next four years, what's expected to be the National Government's last Cabinet reshuffle before the election, a national shortage of fruit and vegetables following Cyclones Debbie and Cook, a woman is attacked by a shark at Curio Bay and stargazers around the country were treated to an epic show not once, but twice.