19 Feb 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Feb 19 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 19 February 2016

A review of the week's news including... Seventy thousand commuters find their own way to work in Auckland on Friday, the shaking in Christchurch isn't over yet, the Salvation Army says some Government departments are so focused on meeting targets they have become willfully ignorant about the effect of policies, the number of teenage mothers is on the decline, another appeal seems almost certain following the overturning of a Qatari Appeals Court's decision in the Doha mall fire case, the Corrections Department says it won't be able to cope with the forecast increase in prisoner numbers, a revolutionary American blood cancer therapy that uses the body's own immune cells to attack metastatic tumours makes headlines around the world and is similar to research underway in New Zealand, World Cup winning former All Black captain Richie McCaw has another award to his name, a storm is brewing in the world of Maori performing arts, a rare account of prison life during World War Two and what it says about New Zealand today and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra was up for the Best Orchestral Performance award in this week's Grammys.