17 Apr 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri April 15 2016

From The Week In Review, 2:00 am on 17 April 2016

A review of the week's news including... The Panama Papers leaves John Key with some explaining to do, the Government considers options to tighten laws on dangerous dogs following attacks, Australia takes a hard line on New Zealand dialysis patients, the Environment Minister believes Maori leaders who claim they have the right to fish the Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary are wrong, the cost of a controversial water storage project in Hawke's Bay approaches the one billion dollar mark, mandatory third-party testing of all critical building products could be on the way, the Government is urged to do more to boost housing supply as Auckland prices hit another high, a former Waikato dairy farmer who is now one of the largest legal cannabis dealers in the US, Kiwis take out leading cricketer awards for 2015 from cricketing bible Wisden, CNN aviation correspondent Richard Quest on his new book about what happened to flight MH370 and hundreds of people gathered in Nelson's Victory Square in an attempt to break a world record - were they successful?