16 Feb 2018

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Feb 16 2018

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 16 February 2018

A review of the week's news including... A massive clean up is underway for Tonga after Cyclone Gita, Bill English resigns from Parliament and leadership of the National Party, a MP is forced to change how uses Snapchat after concerns, friends and family of a murder victim walk out of court in tears as the man who discovered her burnt body described what he saw, the Christchurch Muslim community will be involved in intensive monitoring of a radicalised teenage boy sentenced for a violent attack, an Auckland woman breaks a half century of secrecy around her father, Fletchers building division announces revised losses of $660 million, a retired school teacher is on trial for assisting her mother to commit suicide, the road safety minister is unimpressed with a recommendation to introduce roadside saliva testing, the police union says the number of officers being threatened with guns has increased by almost 40 percent in two years and the struggle of being a full time carer and only being being offered 17 hours a week at the minimum wage.