11 Jun 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri June 10 2016

From The Week In Review, 2:00 am on 11 June 2016

A review of the week's news including... Calls for a review of New Zealand's immigration settings as the number of people settling here reaches record highs, we meet an eleven year old child who's staying at a Mangere Marae because she and her family are homeless and have been living in a van, the Government rejects suggestions banks are doing its job for it by placing heavy restrictions on lending to foreign home buyers, the Reserve Bank targets resident property investors, Gareth Morgan proposes the introduction of a comprehensive capital income tax, the worst Queen's Birthday road toll in 27 years, who are the problem drivers on our roads? the Government wants to spend 20-billion-dollars on defense, the latest poll of polls shows the gap is closing on National's lead over a Labour-Greens combination, a review of jump races after three horses were killed at Elleslie Racecourse, finding alternatives to seclusion for people with severe autism, the new residents of a Northland social housing provider's scheme move in, the Government consults on how to improve organ donation rates and leaders throughout Maoridom pay their respects to Sir Graham Latimer who has died in Kaitaia at the age of 90.