12 Sep 2015

Week In Review for week ending Friday Sept 11 2015

From The Week In Review, 12:00 pm on 12 September 2015

A review of the week's news including... New Zealand to accept an additional 750 Syrians over the next two and a half years, the Auckland housing market is in dangerous territory according to the Central Bank Governor, a man is shot dead by Police after he opened fire at a McDonalds restaurant in the centre of Upper Hutt, tens of thousands ask for another flag design to be one of the choices in this year's flag referendum, protesters evicted by police from Kaitaia airport vow to return even if the army's called out, fears for children's safety have prompted the Education Ministry to suspend the registration of a private school for the first time ever, school librarians are in uproar after being told to take copies of banned book off their shelves, a damning report by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons tells of bullying, discrimination and sexual harrassment, more than 30 years after French Government operatives sank the Rainbow Warrior the agent who planted the bombs identifies himself and the voluntary organisation struggling to rehome stray cats in the Auckland area.