Greiving father wants crack down on logging companies
A grieving father wants a crackdown on logging companies saying they should have to prove they are safe before they're allowed to hire workers. Doug Laing's son, Les died three years ago when he was crushed between a shipping container and an excavator. His employer, logging exporter Guru NZ, was sentenced yesterday in the Manukau District Court and must pay almost half a million dollars in fines and reparations. Jordan Bond reports.