30 Nov 2018

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Nov 30 2018

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 30 November 2018

A review of the week's news including... The Transport Agency's chair appeals for potential whistleblowers to call him directly while the country's largest road safety investigation turns its attention to 20 trucking companies, the Czech drug dealer who's been at the centre of a political storm speaks out, a Chinese tech giant seeks an urgent meeting with the Government over the blocking of Spark's bid to use it's equipment, all people in end of life care will be able to legally use cannabis under changes to medicinal marijuana legislation, a director of the now defunct company Pike River Coal questions why others didn't face charges, the West Coast receives an early Christmas present from the Provincial Growth Fund, a Labour MP says people who don't support transgender rights shouldn't be in the Pride Parade, the Prime Minister is told she must make it clear to China that attempts to intimidate and silence academics will not be tolerated, Air New Zealand's latest safety video has upset an MP and New Zealand's summer is looking comparatively average.