4 Oct 2019

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Oct 4 2019

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 4 October 2019

A review of the week's news including... Govt power plans don't go far enough: energy analyst, Auckland Port status quo to cost $9.5b, moving to Northland $10b, Auckland's mayor sceptical about moving port to Northland, expression of regret by the British government marks 'new chapter in history', Rongowhakaata welcomes recognition of the pain & loss, mosque shooter's trial to stay in Christchurch, 'Black Widow' Helen Milner case at Court of Appeal, n'o place' for racism, white supremacy at Auckland Uni - letter, Maori Women cautiously welcome for women's gang chapter, cannabis gel helping decrease seizures among epileptic children, teen girl says dreams 'crushed' by govt semi-automatic gun ban, Tararua plane crash: Student pilot, instructor killed, a third of vape advisory group are industry representatives, NZ First scuttles plan for drug checks at music festivals and Silver Scrolls winners announced.