16 May 2014

The Week In Review for week ending May 16 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 16 May 2014

A review of the week's news including... reaction to this week's budget, TVNZ told it should ban political reporters, editors and producers from belonging to political parties, Auckland Hospital aims to go ahead with testing a new drug on unconscious patients in intensive care, an American whistleblower reveals more about New Zealand's involvement in the sharing of information between international spy agencies, it'll be harder for some students to be accepted to study at the country's largest University, Solid Energy planning to develop new coal mines in an attempt to haul itself out of its financial misery, more than two point five million dollars of cash has been sniffed out by detector dogs at the border and the World's Veteran Table Tennis Championships have been on in Auckland, we hear from the event's oldest competitor.