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10:20 Action against a business selling bleach as medicine

Authorities have raided the Ngatea property of a man who claims bleach can cure Covid-19.

Chlorine dioxide was being promoted as a miracle cure, sold online and through his Hauraki Plains business.

Karyn Hay speaks with RNZ In Depth Reporter Susan Strongman about this latest story that follows revelations last week that another New Zealand bleach product was continuing to be sold on line as a cancer cure.

The chemicals used to make 'Miracle Mineral Solution' as sold by Ngatea man Roger Blake

The chemicals used to make 'Miracle Mineral Solution' as sold by Ngatea man Roger Blake Photo: RNZ/Dan Cook

10:30 London calling: the BBC's Robert Hugh-Jones 

Tonight Karyn speaks with the BBC's Robert Hugh-Jones about the impact of Covid-19 on The Hajj - the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia; as well as a high profile murder case in Russia, and the potential exodus of people leaving Hong Kong in response to China's new national security law.

 In this file photo taken on April 24, 2020, sanitation workers disinfect the area around the Kaaba in Mecca's Grand Mosque, on the first day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, amid unprecedented bans on family gatherings and mass prayers due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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10:40 Artificial intelligence helps divorcing couples

In Australia, University of Newcastle Professor Rania Sourdin and Dr Bin Li have examined justice apps as part of a major research project at Newcastle Law School.

Karyn speaks with Professor Sourdin about the apps including those to help divorcing couples with splitting up their assets and developing parenting plans for their children.