3 Apr 2015

The Week In Review for week ending April 3 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 3 April 2015

A review of the week's news including... Mark Lundy begins his second term of life imprisonment after once again being found guilty of murdering his wife and young daughter in Palmerston North 15 years ago, Teina Pora will not face a retrial for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett, the National Party analyses Winston Peters' historic win in the Northland byelection, the departing head of a manufacturing exporters group says the obsession with property has severely weakened the sector, the Government blames a slump in milk prices on the World market being awash with milk, the Black Caps lose their first ever Cricket World Cup Final, the High Court rules against the Electoral Commission's decision to ban public broadcasts of the a satirical song during last year's election, the tax system could be in for the biggest shake up ever seen, the Government strikes a deal for New Zealand soldiers to defend themselves in Iraq, Trade Me looks at implementing a code of conduct on the sale of animals, the Mt John University Observatory at Tekapo is celebrating its 50th birthday and forty years of Morning Report.