27 May 2016

The Week In Review for week ending Fri May 27 2016

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 27 May 2016

operation A review of the week's news including... comment and analysis following this week's budget, the Government's cash injection offer to help people pack up and move out of Auckland, why are families using emergency housing in Auckland being forced in to debt? the Police IT project that is running months late and millions over-budget, controversy over the way thousands watched boxer Joseph Parker take on and beat Carlos Takam, a stranded 4 wheel drive group prompts a dramatic search and rescue operation involving more than 50 volunteers, helicopters and snowcats, Wairoa iwi say the initialing of their deed of settlement with the Crown is a powerful milestone, Helen Clark's leadership style at the UN Development Programme has been criticised harshly as the battle for the UN's top job heats up, a newly restored digital version of the documentary 'Bastion Point - Day 507' has screened at Orakei marae thirty eight years after the Bastion point eviction and we meet the current national speed cubing champion.