6 Sep 2019

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Sept 6 2019

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

A review of the week's news including... Doctor frustrated over 'lack of sensible planning' during measles outbreak, US warns travellers about NZ measles outbreak, Chinese tourists just started trip before Rotorua fatal crash, Kiwibuild reset: 'devil is in the detail', Kiwibuild reset: 'This is about supply' - Housing Minister, Cancer funding boost a drop in ocean - patients, Helen Clark: The cannabis referendum and the case for 'yes', Govt freshwater plan throws farmers 'under the tractor', police not aware of threats to Southern, Molyneux, court hears, universities show solidarity for striking school students, more than 10 billion cigarette butts strewn across NZ - audit, 'critical construction' could delay Transmission Gully opening, NZ tourism operators brace for travellers' 'flight shame', call to treat Ka Mate haka with respect as RWC approaches and the Loch Ness Monster: Fiction or giant eel?