Lately for Monday 17 June 2019
10:20 Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong's political crisis enters its second week, and many hundreds of people are continuing to occupy streets in Hong Kong, following a massive protest over the weekend against a controversial extradition bill.
The territory's government has suspended the bill - which allows the transfer of criminal suspects to mainland China - but protest leaders say it must be withdrawn completely, and they've called for the resignation of Hong Kong's CEO, Carrie Lam.
We speak to Bill Birtles, the ABC's China correspondent
10:30 Will cameras on fishing boats help save Maui Dolphins?
Many New Zealand marine species are under threat, none more so than Māui dolphins. There are only an estimated 63 adults left alive.
In November this year commercial fishing vessels operating near Māui dolphin habitats will need to carry on-board cameras as part of a government effort to protect the remining population.
But will this provide a reprieve fro the dolphins, and if so why are only doing it now?
We speak with University of Otago Professor of marine science Stephen Dawson
10:45 How police use social media
You might remember in March I spoke to Ana Connell about why she thought the police's social media approach is "bad and foolish".
Well, a carefully placed official information act request has revealed that the police have sought professional advice on their approach, to the tune of ten grand.
George Block is the police reporter from the Otago Daily Times who went digging for this and tells Karyn what he found.