8 Apr 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri April 8 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 8 April 2016

A review of the week's news including... more than 180 jobs will be lost after Fisher and Paykel announces the closure of its East Tamaki factory, the leak of more than 11 million documents revealing New Zealand is being used as a tax haven by foreign politicians, drug traffickers, billionaires, celebrities and sports stars, NZ post are to sell 55% of Kiwibank to the NZ superannuation fund and ACC, a big supermarket chain pulls an eggs brand from its shelves that come from a farm implicated in an undercover investigation, private prison operator Serco, is to pay eight million dollars to Corrections after it took over the management of Mt Eden Prison, two teenagers are injured in an Auckland college's production of Sweeney Todd, Helen Clark announces she is putting her name forward to become the United Nations Secretary General and what does a new research paper looking into human sacrifice in nearly one hundred cultures including pre-European New Zealand reveal?