Lately for Tuesday 23 June 2020
10:20 WHO warns world leaders as Covid19 infection rates rise
The head of the World Health Organisation Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned leaders around the globe today that if they did not put the needs of humanity ahead of national interests they risked disaster. This warning was released with the news that one million new cases of Covid19 have been recorded globally in the last 8 days. It took over three months for the world to reach its first million cases.
Karyn is joined by international law Professor Al Gillespie form the University of Waikato to explain why the WHO are so worried about the actions of individual nations.
10:30 Australia braces for a second wave of Covid19
While the world is worried about a rising infection rate, Australian doctors are worried that the re-opening of society may be leading to a second wave. This casts serious doubt on the idea of a Trans-Tasman bubble and put the federal government response in Australia under further scrutiny. ABC federal political reporter Matthew Doran joins Karyn to explain how the Australian response is changing.
10:45 Native birds bounce back in the regions
It's all go in our gardens for birds and people alike!
The annual Garden Bird Survey for 202 is just days away from kicking off and the results from last year have just landed. The results are always slightly surprising, especially in the regions.
Karyn speaks to Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research Angela Brandt to explain how the survey works and what it has found this year.