7 Mar 2020

The Week In Review for week ending Fri Mar 6 2020

From The Week In Review, 1:00 pm on 7 March 2020

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A review of the week's news including... Covid-19: Fourth NZ case potentially infectious at Tool concert, fears Covid-19 could hit Maori economy $500 million, fears Covid-19 could hit Maori economy $500 million, universities 'tremendously disappointed' travel ban will stay, a look back on Jeanette Fitzsimons' life after sudden death, slavery trial: Defendant denies fence was to contain people, abortion reform bill passes second reading, CCTV shows police officer's activity on night of alleged rape, armed Response Teams used 75 times a day at start of trial, police armed response teams called out more often than AOS, police bullying victims dismissing independent review, endometriosis guidelines long overdue, Winston Peters slams Australian deportation policy, strike-out action by ANZ Bank a 'delay tactic' - investors, famous surrealist artworks to be displayed at Te Papa, fifty years since Save Manapouri petition, moose allegedly spotted in Fiordland.