11 Apr 2014

The Week In Review for week ending April 11 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 11 April 2014

A review of the week's news including... The nine day Royal tour gets underway, the Prime Minister says any talk of Labour distancing itself from the Greens is merely a stunt, the Mana Party kicks off it's annual general meeting with a proposal to join forces with the controversial internet mogul, Kim Dotcom, a poor eastern Christchurch school looses it's battle to stay open but says it will keep on fighting, a replacement Interisland ferry is out of action with a hole in it's hull after running into a Wellington wharf, the off field battle at the Warriors rugby league club is becoming increasingly bitter, a crucial hui for the Kohanga Reo movement, the UN's High Representative for Disarmament discusses the investigation in to chemical weapons use in Syria on Nine to Noon and a 60 year old grandmother from Rotorua becomes the first person to make a double crossing of Cook Strait in a rowing skiff.