11 Dec 2015

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Dec 11 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 11 December 2015

A review of the week's news including... The number of women travelling from New Zealand to Islamic State controlled areas in the Middle East is on the rise, a new Government agency to combat cyber crime is being described as a huge change in the way this country deals with online threats, farming leaders say an advertisement in a British newspaper highlighting animal cruelty in the New Zealand dairy sector is a kick in the teeth, the Mayors of two areas whose young adults have been labelled the most "at risk" in the country blame a lack of jobs and hope, National MP Judith Collins has been returned to Cabinet, we hear from TV3 journalist Mike McRoberts who's in Lebanon ahead of the first intake of the Government's emergency quota of Syrian refugees, a Hawke's Bay pastor has had a head wound stapled after a strange attack by a man wielding a Maori weapon, Wellington will get a new multimillion dollar movie museum and convention centre, Monday's Nine to Noon feature guest Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu who was suspended from international rugby after accusing a referee of racism in a series of tweets and an incredible 14 month 'lost at sea survival story' is told in a new book, we hear from the author.