31 Jul 2015

Week In Review for week ending July 31 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 31 July 2015

A review of the week's news including... The Trans-Pacific Partnership talks go into the final sprint towards a finish, a prisoner at the centre of the violence accusations at Mt Eden Prison says he was beaten by four prisoners and dropped off a balcony, authorities knew exactly where Tony Douglas Robertson was every minute of every day but couldn't stop him abducting, raping and murdering a North Shore mother of three, Conservative Party founder and one time leader Colin Craig announces he's suing blogger Cameron Slater, a political rival and a lobbyist, the Government maintains it has public support for its referendum to change the flag, a trucking supremo takes a swipe at the Treasury's call to shut down KiwiRail because it's bleeding millions, who is on the National Business Review Rich List and how much richer are they? the first set of quintuplets born in New Zealand 'The Lawson Quins' turn 50, black magic-practicing witch doctors storm South Auckland and a retired top rugby referee cries foul over All Black captain Richie McCaw's match-winning try against the Springboks last weekend.