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?
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.
Some of BtN's regular contributors check in from home and let us know how they have coped in 2020 and what they are looking forward to in 2021.
Meet two of the ABC's Takeover competition winners who each tell a story of being a young person in Victoria. These two young people have overcome adversities including racism and losing a home in the bushfires to reach their goals.
The Federal Government, Surf Lifesaving Australia and Royal Life Saving Australia have launched the first ever 'Water Safety Day'. BtN explains how to be safe in and around water during Summer. What is the number one message surf lifesavers want you to remember when are around water this Summer?
As Qantas celebrates 100 years of service in Australia, BtN looks at the history of commercial air travel in Australia.
This food safety week, learn how to stay safe in the kitchen when preparing, storing and eating food. What might cause us to become sick if we eat raw meat? Why should you store raw chicken on a lower shelf in the kitchen? Is it ok to lick the spoon when baking? Why or why not?
Learn about the life and legacy of Charlie Perkins.
Dash wants to ride her scooter but she's not sure how to keep safe. Her young friends have some great tips on how to ride safely and cross the road safely. Do you like to ride your scooter or bike on the footpath? How do you keep safe when riding and crossing the road?
A psychologist explains why people feel compelled to troll reality tv stars online.
Stacey spends time with some young Aboriginal people aka 'jarjums' and experiences some traditional dance, music, food, fire making and tools. What is a dilly bag? How was the face paint for corroborees traditionally made? What does 'jarjums' mean in English? Do you know any other Aboriginal language?
Multiple news programs reported on a piece of turf being transplanted from the MCG to the GABBA for the 2020 AFL Grand Final. However this was not news but a promotion instigated by Rebel Sport. When is news considered news and not advertising? How may Rebel Sport have benefited from these news reports?
Craig joins Buluwai elders and Djabugai rangers as communities look at old ways to manage future bushfires. How is the indigenous way of burning different from the usual way the RFS conducts hazard reduction burns? What are the three main parts of cultural burning according to Victor Steffensen? Give two reasons for burning gently and in a circle.
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A Current Affair catches up with Australia's most popular children's book author Andy Griffiths. Find out how Andy collaborates with illustrator Terry Denton and his wife, who is also his editor, to create the best selling novels.
Did you realise that all the content on TikTok, like most social media sites and apps, is owned by the company? Gruen looks at the influence of videos going viral and who actually benefits financially from these videos.
Craig talks with an expert from the Bureau of Meteorology about the rise in temperatures in Australia and how this leads to more extreme weather. Does warm air hold less or more water than cooler air? What is a monsoon?
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