18 Sep 2015

Week In Review for week ending Fri Sept 18 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 18 September 2015

A review of the week's news including... an eight point three magnitude earthquake off the coast of Chile prompts local tsunami warnings, the Government turns down a Chinese bid to buy Lochinver Station, the Corrections Minister says over 50 breach of contract notices against Serco is a reasonable number, creditors of Solid Energy vote to accept a gradual selldown of the company's assets, a senior doctor who jumped on a car carrying the deputy Prime Minister could lose his job, prices for New Zealand's single biggest export rise sharply again, pressure to include the Red Peak design in the flag referendum refuses to go away, Work and Income pays beneficiaries coming off stand down a day late for the last 18 years, Nine to Noon speaks with Jan Arnold about a new movie dramatising the events the killed eight climbers including her husband Rob Hall on Mt Everest in 1996, a song penned 20 years ago by Neil Finn takes on a new life as a fundraiser, New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko makes history and New Zealand's song writers chose their favourite New Zealand songs of 2015 and 1981.