25 Jul 2014

The Week In Review for week ending July 25 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 25 July 2014

A review of the week's news... The 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow is underway, an IPCA report released this week says the police failed to properly investigate the first known attack in 1987 by serial rapist Malcolm Rewa, the Minister of Transport is being investigated by his own officials for avoiding a security check at Christchurch Airport, a think tank publishes a report card on key election issues, documents the Maori Development Ministry tried to keep from Radio New Zealand reveal problems with its flagship Whanau Ora scheme, a Waitemata police constable pepper sprays a pit bull savaging the teenage boy out walking it, how Formula One motor racing technology is helping power New Zealand cyclists to the medal podium at the Glasgow Games, some advice for people contemplating becoming a member of Parliament and the movie 'The Dark Horse' has captured the headlines at this years New Zealand International Film Festival.