During the Great Depression in Australia, women often became the main breadwinner of the family as they took up low paying, traditionally 'female' jobs such as domestic servants. However, in some cases women found in employment in 'mens' jobs as employers were able to pay less than the male wage, usually 50% less.
Meet a young girl helping others to learn the indigenous Kaurna language so that it may be preserved for future generations. .
Meet an apiary officer working in the Northern Territory to keep bees and plants safe from foreign pests and diseases.
Take a look at a huge solar farm in India where they are aiming to increase the use of renewable energy to meet the power demands of the world's largest population. How much land does this solar farm cover? Why is this location ideal for a solar power plant? What kinds of problems do they encounter at the solar farm?
See drone footage of the Kumbh Mela festival in India.
Observe the rituals and learn the history behind the colourful Hindu festival of Holi.
First Nations people share their thoughts on Australia Day
Inaugural National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman recites her poem 'The Hill We Climb' at US President Joe Biden's 2021 inauguration.
For years the Sydney Jewish Museum has shared the stories of holocaust survivors. Now the museum is using cutting edge technology to preserve their stories and artefacts by recording them and using them in 3D interactive displays.
Vet Ameliah Scott criss crosses remote NSW to treat animals on farms and stations. Her job is unusual because she travels to see her patients by flying in her own plane. In addition to being a vet, Ameliah also runs a station with her husband.
Witness how sea anemone provide a safe place for clownfish to store their eggs. How do both the fish and anemone benefit from this symbiotic relationship? Why don't the clownfish get stung by the anemone?
Peter Salmon, from the Gascoyne region of remote Western Australia, is 87 years old and the last speaker of the Thiinma language. Peter is sharing his language with linguists and young people so it can be preserved for future generations.
Brickies labourer and pianist Kelvin has carted a piano to picturesque sites across Tasmania to give joy to others and highlight the beauty of his state. He has performed on beaches, boardwalks and even atop the Gordon River Dam.
A concept out of South Africa has inspired a charity in South Australia to recycle bread tags. The bread tags are recycled into goods which are sold and the funds from the sales go towards buying wheelchairs for disadvantaged people.
Find out how a 'Sustainability Squad' makes a difference to the environment and the amount of waste at their school. As well as reusing items at the school and teaching younger students about how to be sustainable, this school has a hive for native bees to encourage pollination.
Did you know 90% of the creatures on the Earth are invertebrates? Are humans invertebrates? Why or why not? Write down 10 different animals which are invertebrates. What important jobs do invertebrates do in the environment? Where are invertebrates located in the food web?
Get ready for the first day of school with Phoenix. What do you wear at your school? What kinds of things are in your school bag? Do you walk to school? Tell a partner how you felt about starting big school.
Learn what a rip is, how to spot one and what to do if you get caught in a rip whilst swimming at the beach.
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