13 Jul 2012

The Week in Review - week ending Friday 13 July

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 13 July 2012

A review of the week's news: Maori Party reconsidering its role supporting the Government; Northland police commander quits over government funding squeeze; Vodafone buys NZ arm of TelstraClear for $840m; authorities hunting Chinese students in NZ on visas based on fraudulent paperwork; Government not ruling out listing power company shares for sale in Australia; group wanting to save quake-damaged Christ Church Cathedral say they've had breakthrough; Kim Dotcom furious his extradition hearing delayed until March; Timaru's mayor hopeful port workers who lose their jobs will be snapped up elsewhere in South Canterbury's robust economy; Anglican leaders agree to debate gay marriage; club rugby referees getting out of the game because of abuse; oil company given four months to drill for oil on Stewart Island.