20 Oct 2017

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Oct 20 2017

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 20 October 2017

A review of the week's news including... New Zealand First makes it's choice and New Zealand has it's youngest Prime Minister in over a hundred and fifty years, the Court of Appeal is told the killing of Mark Lundy's wife and daughter was an inside job, hard-nosed banks are being blamed for house sales falling over in Auckland, the lawyer for a military spy who developed a drug habit and stole highly sensitive equipment says it would have been unfair to punish the him, parents with autistic girls say their daughters' lives are at risk, IBM announces a new low cost payment system for digital currencies will be available in New Zealand, the All Whites vs Peru Football World Cup qualifying match in Wellington next month sells two thirds of it's tickets in half an hour, after a 30 year wait motor-racing fans will finally watch a New Zealander race in Formula 1, New Zealander Warren Gatland says he never wants to coach the British and Irish Lions again and the line up for next year's New Zealand Festival is revealed.