2 Oct 2015

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Oct 2 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 2 October 2015

A review of the week's news including... investigators find multiple failures let a murderer and child sex criminal expose big security gaps and escape the country, New Zealand will receive more information about pending deportations from Australia under a new information sharing arrangement, a Labour MP is asked to help two young children caught up in Australia's immigration crackdown, entertainer Chris Brown finds unlikely allies in some of New Zealand's most prominent female anti-domestic violence advocates, the Social Development Minister says she wants better family planning and contraceptive advice for women who have had multiple children taken into state care, a huge ocean sanctuary covering more than 6-hundred thousand square kilometres is to be created, an Auckland plasterer describes how he grabbed a knife off a man soon after he'd killed his wife, university academics say a new requirement for tertiary institutions to publish job and salary data about their graduates is dangerous and counter-intuitive, Fonterra's CEO asks for his multi-million dollar salary to be frozen this year as the co operative cuts costs and slashes jobs, the president of the New Zealand Mars Society on this week's confirmation of liquid water on the red planet and what Wellington needs to do if it wants giant pandas.