24 Jun 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri June 24 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 24 June 2016

A review of the week's news including... the Prime Minister says the Government will not pay a ransom for a Kiwi kidnapped in Nigeria, a scheme to pay homeless people to move out of Auckland began this week and we here from a special arrival at Te Puea, the Auckland marae that has been taking in the homeless, a damning report in to an inquiry carried out by the Government's 'go to woman' isn't a fatal blow to future work for her, New Zealand military personal will stay in Iraq longer, New Zealand's first prosecutions for owning and distributing violent Islamic propaganda, the economics of the Compass Group's contract to supply food for some DHBs, an Auckland mayoral candidate's idea to free up housing, scaremongering by anti immunisation groups is being blamed for a drop in the rate of Pakeha girls receiving the HPV vaccine, an American company is being condemned for selling tea towels featuring portraits of Maori and a black singlet sells for over a hundred thousand dollars, we hear from the man who made it famous.