28 Oct 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Oct 28 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 28 October 2016

A review of the week's news including... Police admit they used a drink drive checkpoint to identify and trace people who had been at a meeting organised by a voluntary euthanasia group earlier this month, four people including a New Zealand woman are killed in an accident that ranks among the world's deadliest theme park accidents, the former Maori Party co leader says families are being torn apart by Housing New Zealand's use of Meth testing, the Ministry for Primary Industries launch a full investigation into new hidden-camera footage, depicting rough treatment of bobby calves, the fairy tale appears to be over for an iconic children's clothing retailer, WorkSafe admits there's not much more it can do to crack down on people flouting quad bike safety rules, for the first time a three-way kidney exchange has taken place in New Zealand, Auckland principals say nearly every secondary school in the city is losing staff to high house prices, the Prime Minister wraps up his official visit to India with the strongest commitment yet from the Government there to finalise a free trade deal and a Whakatane woman who failed to get into Police College says she was told it was because she was from Tuhoe and knew too many locals.