wonder how magicians manage to cut a person in half and put them back together? learn the trick with the team of WOW! That's amazing.
Sikh people around the world will celebrate Vaisakhi on Sunday April 14. Sikh students share information about the holiday and their faith.
Get exclusive updates on The Federal Budget from the BTN team who investigate and inform us of where the money will be utilised.
In the wake of a major trolling scandal involving ALFW player Tayla Harris, Behind the News examines what trolling is and how to avoid fuelling the flames if you become the target of trolls.
Behind the News speaks with Catholic school students about the importance of Lent.
Struggling with Rubik's Cube since it came out in the '80s? Learn how to solve the puzzle from any one of the 43 quintrillion starting points with an algorithm and simple advice.
School students are asked to explain how they see themselves and believe others see them. But their belief in how they are perceived is put to the test when classmates are asked to describe them in a NSW Department of Education video.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to Cashmere High School students about the power of sharing positive messages on social media in the wake of the Christchurch shootings.
From Aus at the end of WWII - European Migration up to Baby Boomers and expansion of suburbs.
Schools around Australia mark Harmony Day today, which is all about celebrating Australia’s cultural diversity. BTN looks at how Australia became the multicultural society that we know today by looking at the history of migration to this country.
The Behind the News team provide some pointers for younger people on how to deal with difficult events in the news.
In life, we must adapt to new environments at various points of our life. In this short clip, the culture shock of arriving in the big city hits Shaun the sheep when he realises he can no longer roam freely and is being hunted by animal containment.
Former model, actress and television presenter Joanna Lumley has used her profile to campaign for many causes over the years, including the environment. In an interview with Leigh Sales, she discusses her joy in not being known when she travels to far-flung parts of the planet to film her well-received travel documentaries. She also shares the lessons she has learned throughout her life.
It's often seen as a female sport. But now, Netball South Australia is trying to encourage more boys to give the sport a go by giving the boys aged over 12 a league of four teams.
Australia has come a long way since 1897 when laws passed by the South Australian parliament allowed Catherine Helen Spence to become the first female political candidate. Despite not winning, it paved the way for more women to run.
Behind the News travels to a remote uninhabited island 60km from Tahiti which scientists are attempting rid of introduced species of rat, which are attacking sea bird nests and competing with crabs in undergrowth.
School formals are often a young persons first opportunity to get dressed up, eat something fancy and listen to speeches that acknowledge their journey into adulthood. But some kids miss out on this right of passage due to issues including their mental health. This year, for the first time ever, some of those people were able to make up for what they missed out on.
The 7.30 team investigates the "unrealistic" or "contradictory" guidelines for how much time children should spend watching video and playing computer games.
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