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An Aussie cricketer is banned for three months after posting her team's lineup on Instagram without permission. The Sunshine Coast cleans up after a huge hail storm, NASA has found possible evidence of water vapour on Jupiter's moon Europa and we find out why world toilet day is so important.
Find out why Venice is going through serious flooding and what the Italian government is doing to stop further damage, meanwhile, Australian cities experience bushfire smoke, storms and hail. In sports news, Ellyse Perry injures her shoulder and Fortnite champion Bugha wins esports player of the year. Plus, whale poo captured on camera, skateboarding in Russia and street style soccer champions in Miami.
Firefighters continue to battle bushfires across Australia while Venice is still in a state of emergency due to flooding. A jetpack speed record is set in the United Kingdom and in animal news there's long term dog studies, a sighting of a huge pod of dolphins and mongooses on the loose.
Bushfires continue to burn across NSW and Queensland while Venice experiences extreme flooding. In sports news, Sam Kerr signs with Chelsea Football Club and Ellyse Perry smashes a huge six. Plus, Virgin unveils their prototype hyperloop passenger pod at a motor show and a baby koala is born at Melbourne Zoo.
The BtN Newsbreak team updates us on the state of the NSW and Queesland bushfires with a special report from Diamond Beach. Disney launches a new streaming service with some teething problems. In sports news the Matildas beat Chile, Australia's cricket team struggles against Sri Lanka and sporting memorabilia goes up for auction in the United States.
Bushfires continue to burn in New South Wales and Queensland, Instagram hides the number of likes shown on accounts in the United States, and New Zealand announces the bird of the year. We also hear the results of Aussie kids' screen time usage from the very first Kids Talk survey. In more irreverent news, there is a grey flamingo, an airport therapy pig and mini robot cheetahs.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, we learn that a state of emergency was declared in New South Wales due to bushfires. Plus, Remembrance Day is commemorated across the country. In sports news, there's the women's tennis Fed Cup, Premier League and the League of Legends e-sports final. As Santa launches the Christmas season in Finland, there's footage from the annual Christmas pageant in Adelaide.
The BtN Newsbreak team covers the 30 year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, 'Frog ID week', a bike riding octogenarian and the world's oldest Twinkie.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, Chinese authorities address video game addiction and in game spending among young people. Plus, air quality improves somewhat in Delhi, the Matildas receive a pay rise and Tasmanian students learn Tasmanian Aboriginal language.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, we learn about the list of recommendations set out by a group of scientists to tackle the climate emergency. Also, the Queen says no to fur and a young scientist wins the Broadcom Masters STEM competition with an ingenious invention. In sports news, there's T20 cricket, crocodile racing and T-Rex running.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, the team covers the Melbourne Cup horse race and the surrounding controversy. We hear who were the winners at the European music awards and find out more about the Matildas' equal pay deal. There's also record breaking skydiving and dancing.
Air pollution across India is so bad schools have been closed in Delhi. Drought affected parts of New South Wales celebrate rainfall on the weekend and Ash Barty finishes 2019 as world number one and wins the WTA Finals in China. In animal news, twin pandas reconnect at a Berlin Zoo.
In this BtN Newsbreak, Victoria bans single use plastic bags, QANTAS grounds some planes due to hairline cracks. In Tasmania, we see some amazing UFO shaped clouds and meet kids who are learning how to keep bees. In food news, there is a giant burger eating challenge and chocolate clothing in Paris.
In this BtN Newsbreak episode we learn about the history of Halloween. In other news, Sydney is smothered in smoke, Elon Musk contributes to the 'team trees' YouTube campaign and e-sports combines with real life car racing. Plus, vulnerable and endangered species get a pumpkin treat at Taronga Zoo.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak we hear about wildfires spreading across California and that the United Kingdom is heading towards an election over the Brexit negotiations. A mountain climber sets a world record and students bring back the art of letter writing. In feel good news, there's emus, an amazing Halloween costume and a spooky day of the dead sculpture.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, Instagram's top earners are revealed and Korean pop stars BTS gain millions of followers on TikTok. AFLW players score a pay rise and a school in Brisbane puts e-sports in the curriculum. We also see a demonstration of a floating solar powered device designed to collect plastic from rivers.
The BtN Newsbreak team cover the official closing of Uluru to climbers, YouTube stars come together to save the environment and a painting found in a French kitchen sells at auction for $40 million. In sports news, Australia wins the T20, England makes it into the Rugby World Cup final and piglets race in Tasmania.
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