13 Sep 2019

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Sept 13 2019

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 13 September 2019

A review of the week's news including... Storm surrounding Labour showing no sign of abating, young Labour member sickened by handling of complaints, Simon Bridges criticised for downplaying Christchurch Call, Govt fails to get support for more generous visas, Govt criticised for not coming up with a specific Maori suicide prevention strategy, NZ Rugby's Brent Impey discusses new CEO Mark Robinson, arrest made in Lois Tolley murder case, The Auckland mayoral front runners front up for RNZ's first mayoral debate, bullying in NZ police described as widespread mental abuse, NZ history to be compulsory in schools by 2022, NZ falling behind in cancer survival rates, new witnesses come forward in David Bain murder case, Spark's confidence not waning after sport streaming hiccups and the All Blacks embark on Rugby World Cup flight to Japan.