2 Nov 2012

The Week in Review for 2 November 2012

From The Week In Review, 5:20 pm on 2 November 2012

A review of the week's news, including... A man describes leading the charge to save people from the rubble of the CTV building because fire and police crews were too indecisive, Canterbury's young job-seekers will be first in line for nine-hundred guaranteed new jobs as part of the Christchurch rebuild, Customs officials say there's no way a large haul of drugs Algerian police have found in shipment of Fonterra milk powder was put there in New Zealand, the outgoing head of the family court wants domestic violence made a criminal offense in its own right, new proposals for Wellington's local government future, discussions in Whangarei about the spike in Northland's suicide rate, revelations that a Far North man charged with child sex abuse was a caregiver for Child Youth and Family, Picton locals are uneasy about Government support for moving the Cook Strait ferry terminal from their town to Clifford Bay, New Zealand volcanologists investigate what's thought to be the largest ever eruption in New Zealand waters and Toy Love are inducted into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame.