16 Jun 2017

The Week In Review for week ending Fri June 16 2017

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 16 June 2017

A review of the week's news including... Labour promises to cut immigration numbers by a year, the Prime Minister congratulates Theresa May on her re-election as British Prime Minister, a police prosecutor tells an inquest she assumed the judge was well aware Akshay Chand was living just a few minute's walk from his victim's home, New Zealand and Israel agree to restore diplomatic ties, a scathing report by UNICEF is highly critical of the status of children in New Zealand, new emails show how KiwiRail gave in to pressure from the Transport Minister's office to keep a report secret, an Auckland building consultant demands the Government suspend certification of a type of cladding in the wake of the fatal tower fire in London, Winston Peters' potential kingmaker role is underlined in the latest RNZ Poll of Polls, most Cantabrians want Christchurch's quake-damaged cathedral to be restored, we check the pulse of the rural sector at the National Agricultural Fieldays, Devonport's most famous musical export releases her second album, our Navy's only tanker is being decommissioned and Team New Zealand will contest the America's Cup after a convincing defeat of its challenger rival in Bermuda.