20 May 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri May 20 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 20 May 2016

A review of the week's news including... Those dealing with Auckland's most needy say the Government's efforts to deal with the city's housing crisis are failing, the Government warns it could step in if the Auckland Council doesn't agree to open up more land for new houses, the inquiry into the management of Tony Robertson who raped and murdered Auckland mother of three Blessie Gotingco is released, Police in Christchurch believe sex workers could hold the key to solve the mystery of a young woman's death, another Wicked Campers van is ordered off the road, the Government and the seafood industry are sceptical of a new report which claims there's been gross under-reporting of the country's commercial fish take for decades, a fisherman targeted in a fish dumping investigation admits what he was doing was illegal but he was never charged, an outbreak of measles in Waikato may not be fully contained until next month, the group 'No Forced Vaccines' questions a request for non vaccinated Waikato school children and staff to stay home during the measles outbreak, pirated science from Nine to Noon and Nasa's super balloon successfully launches from Wanaka airport.