7 Sep 2018

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Sept 7 2018

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 7 September 2018

A review of the week's news including... Clare Curran resigns as a minister after a bumbling stint in Government, three prison guards are acquitted of charges relating to an attack on a prisoner inside Paremoremo maximum security prison, ten people are charged following the National Organised Crime Group's investigation into alleged corruption in harness racing, an audit raises serious questions about multiple financial irregularities at Counties Manukau District Health Board, a woman lying in a coma in Bali did not declare a pre-existing condition, calls for the Deputy Police Commissioner to stand aside, the best options to safely enter the Pike River mine are about to be scrutinised, a controversial anti-corruption campaigner who is gravely ill in hospital holds Auckland Council responsible, the co-leader of the Maori Party resigns, former workers at Dunedin's closed Cadbury factory struggle to find decent jobs or any work at all, a ruling on shark diving ends a long stoush on Stewart Island, the surfing world offers women and men equal prize money and the drowned valleys of the Marlborough Sounds drowned a little more in the Kaikoura earthquake.