Lately for Thursday 3 October 2019
10:20 UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's proposes a Brexit compromise
the UK's Boris Johnson has unveiled his plans to strike a Brexit deal with the European Union - just two weeks before the crucial EU summit in Brussels.
The main changes relate to Northern Ireland and would mean new customs checks on goods crossing the border.
He's calling it a compromise and is calling on the EU to do the same, tut the EU has already rejected this controversial idea in principle.
Our UK correspondent Olly Barratt has the latest from Westminster.
10:30 New Zealanders are buying more electric cars
New motor industry figures show a total of 605 electric and plug-in hybrids vehicles were sold in September.
The numbers were boosted by the first significant numbers of the base model Tesla reaching the country, with 329 sales making it the third-best selling passenger-SUV segment.
Karyn speaks with the CEO of New Zealand's Motor Industry Association, David Crawford, about consumer interest and the environmental credentials for choosing an electric car.
10:45 The Rest is History: Handling the Jandal
It's time to dive into the week's news, in the past. This week our resident historian Robert Kelly is looking down at his feet. The fourth of October marks the anniversary of the trademarking of the Jandal. But where does the name come from and was it a new idea?