Lately for Tuesday 23 July 2019
10:20 Who's the new British Prime Minister?
Either Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt will become the new Conservative leader as the result of the contest to succeed Theresa May is announced.
The final stage of the Conservative leadership election is underway, and the outcome of the ballot of about 160,000 Tory members will be revealed at just before midday in London.
Our London correspondent Olly Barratt has the latest update.
10:30 Hundreds march to reform New Zealand's abortion laws
More than two hundred people marched to Parliament today calling for reform of New Zealand's abortion laws, as Cabinet prepares to consider a bill that would remove abortion from the Crimes Act.
The crowd was met by representatives from Family Planning, Abortion Rights Aotearoa, Victoria University as well as associate Justice Minister Jan Logie and Dame Margaret Sparrow.
The National President of Abortion Rights Aotearoa, Terry Bellamak, was also at today's march and talks with Karyn about how the law works at the moment and why they're looking for reform.
10:45 Game Theory: Kiwi game makers on a roll
Video games, board games, e-sport, sport-sport... it's all Game Theory, and tonight we're taking a look at the New Zealand video game production industry.
New Zealand is quickly becoming a hub for video game production, and the Chairperson of the New Zealand Game Developers Association, Cassandra Gray, speaks with Karyn about the games people play.