The week in Australia, 29/06/2012
Fri, 29 Jun 2012 8:13a.m.
It’s Friday, which means it is time for an update on what's been happening across the Tasman.
Every Friday, Rachel Morton will speak to Firstline about the week that was.
This week, a former manager from a firm involved in the construction of the CTV building in Christchurch has had a change of heart.
Gerald Shirtcliff, who now lives in Brisbane, initially refused to give evidence to the Royal Commission into the building’s collapse, but last night he changed his mind.
Australian correspondent Rachel Morton went to Brisbane looking for Mr Shirtcliffe before he changed his mind.
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