4 Mar 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Mar 4 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 4 March 2016

A review of the week's news including... Tributes flow to two distinguished New Zealanders who died this week, cricket legend Martin Crowe and noted Maori academic, writer and activist Dr Ranginui Walker, a woman who died after she fell from the boot of a car bound and gagged in South Auckland is named as Police begin a homicide investigation and we hear an eye witness account of what took place in Papatoetoe, young Africans say they've been racially profiled and harassed by the Police, an in studio discussion with those fore and against changing the flag as over 3 million voting packs are sent out, the Government launches a crackdown on gangs, reforms aimed at reducing the role lawyers play in the Family Court appear to have failed, talk of dirty politics between two Auckland mayoral candidates and the taps have been turned on at New Zealand's first and only man-made white water park.