Lately for Friday 13 December 2019
10:20 Samoan medics from Auckland head to Samoa
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has confirmed New Zealand as the likely source of Samoa's measles epidemic, compounding its responsibility for the disease's arrival.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters this afternoon announced further medical support to assist with Samoa's measles epidemic.
There have been no new deaths due to the disease but there are 85 new cases. The death toll remains at 72.
Karyn speaks with Debbie Sorensen from the Pacific Medical Association about the medical team about to leave Auckland for Samoa.
10:25 Boris Johnson and the Conservatives win in the UK
The Conservatives and Boris Johnson win the UK's general election, opening the door for Brexit to go ahead next month.
Labour's Jeremy Corbyn says he won't lead the party into the next election.
Tonight Karyn speaks with David Howarth, who's a former Liberal Democrat MP and is now a Professor of Law and Public Policy at the University of Cambridge.
10:45 Pre-wired: Danielle Street's weekend triptych preview
Danielle Street joins us with a preview of three new music selections that will feature on her Totally Wired show on Auckland's 95 bfm on Saturday mornings, plus it's Pre-wired's last selector for 2019
Tonight Dave Weir kicks off with Who Do You Think You Are (Wake Up and Smell The Roses) before Leon Bridges and Khurangbin give us Texas Sun and Shannon Lay closes the program with Blue.