8 Aug 2014

The Week In Review for week ending August 8 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 8 August 2014

A review of the week's news including... the father of an Auckland teenager who died after being assaulted at school rugby practice who says he'll campaign for a law change after his son's attackers both walked away from court without a conviction, the impact on the economy of the plunge in global dairy prices, Kiwibank cuts eighty jobs across the board in its latest round of restructuring, the Prime Minister says he's comfortable with the sale of Lochinver farm to a Chinese company, the Government has announced major anti gang moves, TV3, TVNZ and SkyTV have all banned ads by the internet company Slingshot, and a one-hundred gun salute has been fired for the first time in this country since 1911, to mark the beginning of the First World War a century ago.