BtN speaks to some Muslim kids to find out about their plans for Ramadan this year. The NRL and AFL start making plans to start the 2020 season which has been delayed due to COVID-19. Learn about the language of AUSLAN and what it takes to be an effective AUSLAN interpreter.
Researchers explain why Australia’s threatened mammals have declined in numbers over the years and what we can do to help. Captain Tom Moore inspires people all over Britain. Plus, BtN chats with Aussie school students for whom learning at home is not unusual.
Virgin Australia goes into voluntary administration, NSW Schools announce a staggered return to classrooms in Term 2. DC Suicide Squad has a new Australian indigenous member, called Thylacine. A drone light show is put on in China.
Celebrities get together to perform an online concert to raise money for the World Health Organisation. Television show Neighbours set to resume filming under strict social distancing conditions. The AFLW awards the best players of the season. Baby pandas are on show in China.
The Australian Government is set to release an app in order to track people who have been in contact with people who have tested positive to COVID-19. Scientists trial the creation of clouds above marine reefs to lessen the effect of the sun’s heat on coral, causing coral bleaching.
BtN shares the results from a survey of teachers on the effect of digital technology on learning. Scientists discover a 45 metre long siphonophore of the coast of Western Australia.
Donald Trump withdraws funding for the World Health Organisation. Wandi the dingo pup who fell into a backyard is now a social media superstar, entertaining viewers and allowing his handlers to spread the word about the destruction of dingo habitats.
BtN gives us the latest information on what’s happening with schools in Term 2 around the nation. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is released from hospital. The Apollo 13 space mission that almost ended in disaster is remembered 50 years later.
In this special episode of BtN Newsbreak, Prime Minister Scott Morrison answers questions about the Coronavirus posed by young viewers.
Christians prepare to celebrate Easter from home. People leave messages out to thank their local postal workers for delivering mail and packages during the pandemic.
High school students share their experiences of studying at home and police around the world take some creative action when it comes to educating people about COVID-19.
Cyclone Harold hits Vanuatu with winds of more than 230 kilometres an hour. Prime Minister enters intensive care with COVID-19. Scientists report extensive coral bleaching at the Great Barrier Reef. Aussies enjoy a weekly opportunity to get dressed up to take out the bins.
Easter will be celebrated in different ways this year including camping in the backyard. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes to hospital with COVID-19 and the Queen gives a special address. The late Kobe Bryant is inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame. Cycling races go online.
BtN explains why some are concerned over security around video conferencing apps and what formal Friday is when you are working from home.
The CSIRO are working on finding a vaccine for COVID-19 and BtN explains how a vaccine works. JK Rowling launches Harry Potter at home to keep young people entertained at home.
The BtN Newsbreak team talks to the RSPCA about the increase in animal adoption during the COVID-19 pandemic as people are spending more time at home. We also find out why there are teddy bears popping up in people’s front windows and yards.
BtN Newsbreak checks in with some high schoolers studying from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
We look into what the rules are for Australia's new two person limit on social gatherings.
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