15 Jun 2012

The Week in Review - week ending Friday 15 June 2012

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 15 June 2012

A review of the week's news and interviews, including... ACC Chairman John Judge, did he walk or was he pushed from his job? its been revealed in court the man accused of killing Feilding farmer, Scott Guy, misled the police about arson attacks on his brother in law's property, leaked documents from trade talks show New Zealand has agreed to give foreign businesses the right to sue the Government in international courts for policies that cause them financial loss, the Economic Development Minister Stephen Joyce is relaxed and confident over the announcement that the Auditor General's office is investigating Sky City's controversial deal to build a convention centre in Auckland, the legislation paving the way for the partial sale of four state owned assets is steadily making its way through Parliament, an Auckland lawyer warns new Family Court charges could throw fuel on already volatile relationships and one of the country's leading Olympic medal hopes crashes during training and one of the country's more unusual holiday parks is on the market.