22 Jan 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Jan 22 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 22 January 2016

A review of the week's news including... The owner of a tour boat that caught fire with 60 people on board off the Whakatane coast says his company isn't fully insured, Te Atatu residents welcome the news of police charging a 19-year-old man with the murder of an Auckland woman, some beneficiary advocates are scathing about the Government's latest plan to get poor people into new homes, latest details of the pay gap between what women and men are paid in the country's 29 public service departments show there has been no improvement, why 2016 could be a good year to ask for a pay rise, the man who coached the Highlanders to victory is to become the new head coach of Japan's national rugby team, the official drought period in parts of Otago and all of Canterbury and Marlborough has been extended by six months, our film reviewer sits down and chats with Quentin Tarantino who's been in country, it's been two months since New Zealand's first global rugby superstar Jonah Lomu died at the age of 40 - John Campbell talks with his wife Nadene, Britain's National Maritime Museum hopes a group of London based Maori can resolve a mystery around artifacts brought back to England by Captain James Cook and an Air New Zealand flight from Tokyo to Auckland causes terror when severe turbulence sent it dropping through the air.