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When Muffin's dad tells her she's "special", she takes it as an excuse to do anything she wants in Bluey and Bingo's make-believe library.
"With great power comes great responsibility," which is why most news organisations have codes of ethics that journalists are expected to follow.
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Media Watch looks at posts from social media influencers like Zoe Foster Blake that may not be officially 'sponsored' yet could still be considered a form of advertising. What effect is this low cost form of high influence advertising having on traditional forms of media?
Media Watch locates the source of reports that eating boogers is good for you. How did so many news agencies report incorrectly on this topic? Why is it important to check the original source of a piece of 'information'? What are some examples of secondary sources and primary sources in this clip? Why is it important to check if scientific claims have been published and reviewed? What does Paul Barry mean by 'copycat journalism'?
Test your knowledge of this delightful tale of an unlikely friendship between animals.
From Dead Poets Society to Dangerous Minds, celebrate World Teachers' Day with some of the most inspirational educators on the silver screen ... or tablet.
In October 2018 eight Australians with conflicting views on asylum seekers went back to where those refugees came from. Join them on a journey of intercultural and ethical understanding of war.
Meet the poster puppy of unstructured play, as Bluey and her family and friends explore their world through games at home or discoveries outside the house.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.