23 Aug 2019

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Aug 23 2019

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 23 August 2019

A review of the week's news including... "It's all just speculation" - Pania Newton on Tainui & Ihumatao, Mad Witches group calls for advertisers to drop Aussie station, accused mosque shooter's manifesto printed and sold online, report on conditions at prison 'unacceptable' - Kelvin Davis, Twyford asked 'I step aside' - Civil Aviation Authority chair, Goff: It's an election of 'starkly contrasting values', big hopes: Record number of candidates for Dunedin mayoralty, will a new generation bring diversity to local councils?, New Zealand's biggest drug bus: Last pair sentenced, blame game in Parliament over high petrol prices, alcohol-related harm experts shun advertising code review, tertiary institutes look to tech firms to end ethnic disparity, DHB concerned it will lose funding after census debacle, 'poor quality planning stopping cities from growing' - Twyford, hard for tenants to say 'no' to intrusive questions - advocate, untranslated Chinese documents cause headaches for Wgtn council, 'grand gesture, grand theatre, grand dame', yellow-eyed penguins under threat from fishing nets - Forest & Bird and Greytown to share Nelson's crown as centre of New Zealand.