Lately for Tuesday 20 August 2019
10:20 Posters death threats directed at pro-Hong Kong protesters found in Sydney
Beijing's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed support of the recent wave of pro-China demonstrators clashing with Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters in Australia.
The statement came as posters with death threats directed at pro-Hong Kong protesters were found in the main foyer of the University of Technology Sydney. The posters were removed only after the ABC brought them to the attention of the campus security.
Karyn speaks with Kevin Nguyen, digital producer and digital forensics reporter in the ABC's news, analysis and investigation team in Sydney.
10.25 Positive and safe workplaces for public servants
There are new rules to stamp out inappropriate workplace behaviour for public servants.
The State Service Commission's new Positive and Safe Workplaces standards was commissioned by State Services Commissioner Peter Hughes, after finding Government agencies were far from immune to inappropriate workplace behaviour.
The National Secretary of the Public Service Association, Glenn Barclay, speaks with Karyn about the impact of the new standards for public servants including its 70,000 members.
10:35 Dog safety for New Zealand's kids
The number of dog bites to children in New Zealand has been increasing with more than 2000 children bitten every year.
Jo Clough is part of Kids Safe With Dogs Trust that has programmes in schools around the country to help bring this number down, and she offers a programme for people whose work can take them in the path of dog danger.
10:45 Game Theory: LARPing
Tonight Game Theory looks at the world of Live Action Role Playing in New Zealand. It's a popular past time for people who dress up in character and then pursue goals in a fictional world which is in a real location.
Melanie Duncan is the president of the Live Action Role Playing Society of New Zealand and speaks to Karyn about how it all works.