Lately for Thursday 26 September 2019
10:25 Fonterra's posts $605m loss and announces it's back to basics
Fonterra has posted a net loss of $605 million, at the lower end of the forecast range, largely due to asset writedowns of $826m.
Karyn asks Professor Keith Woodford with expertise in Farm Management and AgriBusiness what a leaner Fonterra global operation looks like.
10:30 Extreme heat from the UK Parliament as MPs face off with PM Boris Johnson over Brexit
UK Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow has said the culture in the Commons had been "toxic" and the atmosphere had been "worse than any I've known."
He's urged MPs to "disagree agreeably". Our UK correspondent Olly Barratt speaks with Karyn about what a new day at Westminster is expected to hold.
10:45 The Rest Is History: Wine-making in New Zealand
It's time to dive into the week's news, in the past. This week our resident historian Robert Kelly is pouring a glass of wine and staring at the dregs to try and solve a 120-year-old mystery about New Zealand's first vintages.