19 Sep 2014

Week In Review week ending Sept 19 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 19 September 2014

A review of the week's news including... Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald on American spy agency whistleblower Edward Snowden's claims New Zealand is under mass surveillance and the Prime Minister responds, the Green Party's proposal to restructure New Zealand's spy agencies is dismissed, a company running four wheel drive tours says it has been barred from using a Canterbury high country station by its new American owners but the owners deny they evicted the company off their land, the National Party is being sued by Eminem's music publishers, the pace of economic growth has eased due to waning exports, Amnesty International warns a Chinese anti-corruption body reportedly searching for people in New Zealand has tortured some it has captured, a jockey's been found guilty of betting on a rival horse and then holding his own mount back to ensure he collected on his bets and the speed limit on some roads is likely to rise to 110 kilometres an hour but on others drivers will have to put the brakes on.