28 Sep 2012

The Week in Review - week ending 28 September 2012

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 28 September 2012

A review of the week's news: Prime Minister apologises to Kim Dotcom over spying debacle; police asked to investigate CTV building construction manager; senior member of Taliban network that killed two NZers captured in Afghanistan; miners fail to convince Government to save their jobs; teachers rail against publication of National Standards data; Government forced to defend jobs record; Dunedin businesses throw weight behind proposed oil and gas drilling; Palmerston North ratepayers to pay $130,000 for river pollution report offering few new details; All Blacks' McCaw taking six months off; more than a million NZers take part in first national earthquake drill.