23 Nov 2012

The Week in Review - week ending 23 November 2012

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 23 November 2012

A review of the week's news, including... The Australian company behind the new school payroll system has breaks it's silence, Ross Asset Management receivers talk with the company's owner and say there is no hope of finding any more money to return to investors, David Shearer is in moving-on mode, following his confirmation as leader of the Labour Party and the demotion of his leadership rival, David Cunliffe, New Zealand businesses are hoping to take advantage of the political and economic change taking place in Myanmar, also known as Burma, a notorious stretch of road from Huntly to Hamilton is the most dangerous state highway in the country, the deal to sell the heart of Dunedin's Hillside railway workshops could yet be scuttled by its own workers, Mt Tongariro has erupts again, new research showing beneficiaries committing welfare fraud are punished much more harshly than white collar criminals evading tax, Yvonne Mackay the managing director and chief producer of ProductionShed.TV and previously a co-owner of the Gibson Group from Nine to Noon and the boys from down on the farm, Ches and Dale and the famous Chesdale Cheese jingle has taken pride of place on a new CD called 'Kiwiana Goes Pop'.