Lately for Wednesday 13 November 2019
10.20 The End Of Life Choice Bill passes its 3rd reading tonight
The End of Life Choice bill has passed its third reading in Parliament tonight with 69 votes for the bill and 51 against.
It will now go to a public referendum at next year's election.
RNZ's Political Reporter Jo Moir has been at the debate tonight and speaks with Karyn from Parliament's Press Gallery.
10.30 Bushfires continue to rage in Australia
Across the Tasman, fires continue to burn in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and Brisbane.
In Queensland firefighters face hot blustery conditions and Acting Chief Superintendent Director Mark Kahler from Queensland Fire and Emergency Service speaks with Karyn about the latest developments, followed by ABC News reporter Kate McKenna in Brisbane.
10.40 Midweek Mediawatch: who's the audience for The Guardian's New Zealand section?
Mediawatch's weekly catch-up with Lately. Jeremy Rose talks to Karyn Hay about The Guardian's new New Zealand and Pacific offerings, media coverage of the political turmoil in Bolivia, and the blossoming of prison journalism in the United States.