Lately for Tuesday 13 August 2019
10:20 Hong Kong Protests: Live
Hundreds of off-duty medical staff and those on meal breaks have been protesting at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Hong Kong today.
Flights have resumed at Hong Kong Airport after yesterday's sit-in by protestors caused flights including two Air New Zealand flights which had to be cancelled.
We cross to the Editor-in-Chief of the Hong Kong Free Press, Tom Grundy, who is at Hong Kong Airport.
10:35 How botched is the 2018 Census?
The fallout from the botched 2018 census has politicians and Stats NZ going into damage control.
An independent report has highlighted problems with the department's leadership, and how the transition to an online census was handled.
Stats NZ's chief executive, Liz MacPherson, has announced her resignation - saying she is taking full responsibility.
Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley speaks with Karyn about the concerning data gaps and the implications for how funding is allocated, how electorate boundaries are drawn up, and how decisions are made.