The Behind the News team report on the filling up of Northern Territory evacuation shelters as thousands of people seek shelter from Cyclone Trevor, the looming NSW election, the start of the AFL season, the conclusion of the Hindu Holi festival and Australia dropping out of the top 10 in the World Happiness Report.
The Behind the News team report on the Northern Territory’s biggest mass evacuation in 45 years as a result of Cyclone Trevor, the marking of Harmony Day in Australia, how royalties work when a song in sampled and World Poetry Day.
The Behind the News team report on Google’s announcement that it will be launching a gaming platform named Stadia, the damage caused by Cyclone Trevor in Far North Queensland and Channel 7’s apology for giving in to trolls by deleting a photograph of AFLW player Tayla Harris.
The Behind the News team report on potential menacing weather that may hit Far North Queensland as a result of a forecast tropical cyclone, visually impaired runner Thomas Panek’s history-making New York City half marathon completion with the assistance of three guide dogs, a pigeon which sold at auction for nearly $2 million and Australian basketballer Andrew Bogut’s NBA comeback with the Golden State Warriors.
The Behind the News team report on the horrific mosque attack in Christchurch which saw 50 people die and provide a guide on how to deal with traumatic events in the news.
The Behind the News team report on the tens of thousands of Australian school students who left school early to protest climate change, Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg's push for politicians to listen to younger people about decisions that will directly impact them down the line, schools marking the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence, and cheese exposed to hip-hop music being voted to have the most unique taste by a panel of experts.
The Behind the News team report on the increase in measles outbreaks, the Facebook family of apps having their worst-ever outage and Australia's cricket team defeating India during an ODI series for the first time in 10 years.
The Behind the News team report on the World's Greatest Shave, soccer player Hakeem al-Araibi becoming an Australian citizen and scientists going on a deep dive to learn more about the Indian Ocean's secrets.
The Behind the News team report on festivities marking 30 years of the internet as we know it thanks to the world wide web, airlines resting their Boeing 737 Max-8 planes, Captain Marvel smashing box office records, the detrimental effects humans have on Antarctic animals and fancy footwork being used to pull off amazing feat.
The Behind the News team report on Canberra Day festivities, the world's oldest living person, the national record for the greatest-ever run chase at a one day international by the Australian cricket team, WOMADelaide coming to a close and things that aren't quite what they seem.
The Behind the News team report on a new survey which has found science is increasingly becoming the dream job for many young women, the first-ever all-female space walk, a new report by Triple J about struggles for women in Australia's male-dominated music industry, NBA legend LeBron James overtaking Michael Jordan in terms of overall points and creatures with killer moves.
The Behind the News team report on the bizarre solution for the regional NSW town of Temora desperately seeking doctors, research that has found dingoes are not a breed of dog, the world's most expensive car and the Matildas becoming the first-ever winner at the Cup of Nations.
The Behind the News team report on a student-led protest in rural NSW to cut the number of places the school is allowed to offer, a World Wildlife Fund report that 53kg of plastic is used by the average person around the world every year, Kylie Jenner being named the world's youngest self-made billionaire and the new TXT, the newest K-Pop band breaking onto the scene.
The Behind the News team reports on a new finding that Australian food is seriously salty; police in the Philippines finding 1500 live turtles, some of which were rare and protected, in abandoned luggage at an airport; Apex Legends hitting 50 million players a month after launching; and Shrove Tuesday, colloquially known as Pancake Day, ahead of the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday.
The Behind the News team report on the multiple bushfires burning in south-east Victoria that are destroying homes and forcing schools to shut down; an American space agency launching an "astronaut" into space for the first time in eight years without hitching a ride on a Russian spacecraft; social app Tik Tok has ticked over to a billion downloads; Nick Kyrgios taking out an ATP world title at the Mexican Open; and new Matildas captain Sam Kerr has led the team to victory against South Korea in the Cup of Nations.
The Behind the News Team report on the early end to the summit held in Vietnam between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un; the official end to one of Australia's hottest and driest summers; and the finishing touches being put towards a glitter-free Sydney Mardi Gras.
The Behind the News Team report on popular social app Tik Tok being hit with a fine of almost $8 million for not protecting the privacy of its younger users; the imminent announcement of Ita Buttrose as ABC chairman; and Sam Kerr's ascension to captain of the Matildas.
The Behind the News Team report on the public break-up between Melbourne Zoo and major confectionery companies that use palm oil in their products; the Fearless Girl statue unveiled in Federation Square ahead of International Women's Day; and e-sports becoming more serious with the launch of the first-ever Fortnite World Cup with a prize of $4.18 million.
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