1 Jun 2012

The Week in Review - week ending Friday 1 June

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 1 June 2012

The week in Review Week Ending June 1st 2012, including... arrest warrants are issued for five people in Qatar over the Doha mall fire, which killed 19, including New Zealand triplets and we hear from the grieving parents, George Gwaze walks free for the second time, found not guilty again of sexually violating and murdering his adopted daughter, the Government's class sizes policy spurs a week long confrontation with Intermediate Schools with the call going out for a boycott of the Ministry of Education, A 31-year old woman has been sent to jail for two years and a month for suffocating her two-month old son in January last year while she was drunk, an interview with Megaupload's founder, Kim Dotcom, who's strict bail conditions were relaxed this week, a Manawatu inventor who's been nominated for a prestigious international award known as the Nobel Prize for food, an amazing story of survival and friendship on Lake Taupo and remembering the American marines who were here in their thousands during the Second World War seven decades ago.