28 Aug 2015

Week In Review for week ending Fri August 28 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 28 August 2015

A review of the week's news including... Child, Youth and Family is accused of a "dump and run" culture in a scathing report, the Government's controversial health and safety law passes its final hurdle in Parliament, an update on the story about Te Ao Marama Wensor who told us her state house in Auckland was so mouldy it was killing her children, the Green Party accuses the Government and Act Party of breaking their word on the Rugby World Cup Bill, the Government is moves to end the long standing row over Easter Sunday trading, Air New Zealand vows to pass on its huge profits to customers, a Waitara couple emerge virtually unscathed from crashing their single-engine plane in rugged hill country, the head of the United Nations Development Group, former Prime Minister Helen Clark is back in the country for the Bishop Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture and our greatest comedy export talks about satire.