31 May 2013

The Week in Review - week ending 31 May 2013

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 31 May 2013

A review of the week's news including: Breakfast in Schools programme to expand, Netsafe welcoming tougher penalties for online child sexual abuse, badly hurt brothers disappointed by army refusal to advocate for compensation, tears and disappointment at Christchurch schools' closures, public consultation closes on country's biggest-ever urban planning exercise, sixty years since Everest was conquered, Government seeking advice on stripping Sir Douglas Graham of his knighthood, Breakfast in Schools cartoonist refuses to apologise, good and bad news for economy, Conservation Department defends merging teams managing recovery of kakapo and takahe, Ali Williams announces retirement from All Blacks, new research shows graduates with highest opinion of themselves are lowest-performing in workplace.