Lately for Friday 6 December 2019
10.20 Samoa's national shutdown to vaccinate against measles
In Samoa two days of national shutdown have ended and vaccination vans are returning to Apia from remote villages throughout the country.
Almost everyone has been staying at home under government emergency orders, with the very sick have been staying in hospital.
Independent Samoan journalist Ili'ili Lagipoiva Cherelle-Jackson speaks with Karyn Hay from Apia.
10.30 Wanaka prepares as the Lake water keeps rising
Volunteers have come out in full force in Wanaka, to try to protect the town from flooding.
Sandbags have been placed in front of businesses along the main street as the lake's water level hovers just below the flood alert threshold.
Karyn speaks with Jason Rhodes from the National Transport and Toy Museum in Wanaka.
10.40 Out Lately: Finn Johansson's Friday night selector
Finn Johansson joins us from Wellington with a preview of three new music selections on Out Lately.
Tonight he features Auckland artist Jazmine Mary formerly known as HIM, and their first single of the upcoming album first single off upcoming album, We Like to Party.
Frances Quinlan's Rare Thing from the album Likewise due out in January and Keeley Forsyth with Start Again.