2 Aug 2019

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Aug 2 2019

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 2 August 2019

A review of the week's news including... National unveils cancer agency plan if elected, Winston Peters criticises National's record on cancer, SOUL leader and Maori Minister meet over Ihumatao dispute, Peter Ellis granted leave to appeal at Supreme Court, Protesters' message for politicians: 'Hands off our Tamariki', govt downplays potential job losses in polytech overhaul, a third of NZ's stolen guns taken from unattended vehicles, Speak Up For Women urges govt intervenes over trans athletes, AUT denies political pressure behind room cancellation, Northland GP urges war on racism in Maori healthcare bias, Simon Bridges: Jacinda Ardern a 'part time prime minister', Vodafone to roll out 5G network in NZ, Whanganui migrant advocate rebukes iwi leader over comments, Beautiful Berani: Zookeeper remembers Auckland's last Sumatran tiger, equestrian champion Sir Mark Todd announces retirement and a surveyor hopes to restore Baldwin Street's record.