This week BtN has teacher resources available for stories on Flag Day and Stem Changes. With the current situation in Iraq we ask why one country would give weapons to another.
It's the viral campaign that has taken the world by storm, but do you know what it's actually all about? We find out about the ice bucket challenge; Friday the 5th of September is Fresh Faced Friday, a initiative started by kids for kids focussing on body image. Teacher resources are included for that story and Maritime Past.
BtN marks the occasion of World Humanitarian Day by finding out what amazing work is being done across the globe; we take a look into the potential privacy issues that could arise from the Government's new plan to collect metadata; a report into the mental health of Aussie kids has left experts concerned. These stories and more plus teacher resources available.
The conflict in Gaza has now been going on for a month. It's one of the most complex situations on the planet right now, so this week on BtN, we're going to provide some context; The outbreak of Ebola in Africa has experts really worried, because it's deadly and there's no known cure. We find out how it works, and what's being done to contain it. There are teacher resources for the Ebola and Christmas Island stories.
From the MH17 tragedy to the ongoing conflict in Gaza, this month has thrown up some confronting news stories for kids to deal with. So it's no surprise to hear that some kids are struggling to cope with the things they've seen and heard recently. This week on BtN, we're dedicating our top story to helping kids through this potentially upsetting time. We have a discussion with kids and a specialist youth psychologist, to find out how to deal with all this devastating news. Plus there are teacher resources for our stories on Asylum Kids and WWI Centenary.
This week BtN has teacher resources for our stories on Punishing Kids and Bee Problems. Plus in the aftermath of the MH17 tragedy we look at how safe air travel is.
BtN returns this week! Teacher resources are included in the stories on New Senate and Australian Energy.
This week BtN looks at how the internet is both the cause of and solution to all of Australia Post's problems. Teacher resources are included for the stories on 5 Cent Change and Brazil Profile.
This week BtN looks at why Google received requests from 12,000 people wanting to wipe their past from the search engine. Plus there are teacher resources available for our stories on Indigenous Parliament and Blood Donation.
BtN looks at why Australians are being warned about holidaying in Thailand, and there are teacher resources available for our stories on Palm Oil and Silent Films.
Protests have broken out at universities across the country after changes to student fees were revealed in the federal budget. BtN takes a look through the history of higher education to find out what these changes might mean for kids attending in the future. Plus, there are teacher resources available for the stories on Indigenous Languages and Macquarie Success.
What is a tax? And while we're on it, what is a levy, an excise, and co-payment? They are just some of the taxing questions we're going to answer in the aftermath of this year's budget. Teacher resources are available for stories on Whaling and Electric Cars.
BtN stories this week cover the upcoming federal budget, the overuse of antibiotics, should cyclists have to be licensed? Plus there's teacher resources available for stories on Volunteer Week and Robot Girls!
BtN looks at the upcoming Federal Budget, takes a look at sherpas - the guides who help people climb Mt Everest, what its like to have asthma and more!
How can an expensive gift cause a powerful politician to lose his job? We're taking a look at corruption this week; Each year on the 25th of April, we commemorate the lives of Australians who died in war. But for one young boy, the day has extra significance; Sometimes, it's hard enough to get through the day when you're feeling good. So imagine doing it with constant pain gnawing at you, on top of everything else; As they spread west, cane toads are starting to cause big problems for native Goannas and; The royals are here and they're making a big splash wherever they go.
A new UN climate report card suggests Australia will continue to get hotter in the future, which could lead to the extinction of some native species. Plus, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has just announced that he's bringing back the tradition of honouring Australians with Knighthoods or Damehoods. BtN finds out what the title means.
A lot of big news stories that we've heard about recently have happened on the ocean. There's been a search for a missing plane and arguments between countries about maritime borders. So who does own the oceans?
The disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jet carrying 239 passengers and crew has left a lot of questions. One of the main ones is how a huge jumbo can go down without anyone knowing where, or why. BtN takes a look at the information available, and uncovers why there isn't more.
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