27 Jun 2014

The Week In Review for week ending 27 June 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 27 June 2014

A review of the week's news including... Community leaders calling for calm in the wake of two stabbings in South Auckland, Labour rejects claims about donations from Donghua Liu published in the Herald On Sunday newspaper, and in a second opinion poll within a week the party is below 30 per cent support, will the National Party come to an agreement with the Conservative Party leader in East Coast Bays?, scientists and environmentalists cheer Ruataniwha Dam ruling, the Government defends its flagship health initiative, an investigation concludes passengers were put at risk when a pilot decided to land in fog at Christchurch airport, the Egyptian ambassador to New Zealand says he recognises the distress the Al Jazeera verdict has caused and The Big Day Out festival won't be returning to New Zealand's shores in 2015.