New Zealand Government ignores Maritime dangers in Tonga

Two years after the tragedy our Prime Minister, John Key, made a commitment to help make maritime travel in the Pacific, safer. He sent Maritime New Zealand experts to Tonga to look at the state of it's ferries, and to offer expert advice.

So what's happened to their reports?  And why won't our Government make them public? Is it putting diplomacy before lives?  Adrian Stevanon has been to Tonga and this is his special report.