25 Sep 2015

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Sept 25 2015

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 25 September 2015

A review of the week's news including... At least 750 Fonterra workers will soon be hunting for new jobs, dairy farmers say a lift in Fonterra's forecast payout is a relief but many still won't be making money at the same time as a three quarter of a million dollar pay rise for Fonterra's chief executive leaves some dairy farmers with a sour taste, the Social Development Minister outlines what she calls transformational change of Child Youth and Family, there will now officially be five designs to choose from when voters return their flag referendum papers, the ACT party is calling for the Government to compensate the owner of Lochinver Station after it blocked its sale to a Chinese company, a former scientist from AgResearch says the latest round of staffing cuts form part of the largest loss of scientific talent in New Zealand since the second world war, the father of a family turned down for refugee status based on climate change is deported from New Zealand, another 20 New Zealand and Pacific Islanders arrive at the Christmas Island detention centre amid growing calls for the Government to ramp up the pressure on Australia, an average of seven people go missing in New Zealand every day, World renowned comedian, celebrity interviewer and holder of a master's degree in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from Oxford University - Ruby Wax and it's World of Wearable Arts time again in Wellington.