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.
We check out some videos trending on TikTok and catch up with some kids finding their own ways to stay happy at home.
We look into some ways you can stay focused, happy and healthy if you're studying from home.
The Behind the News team reports on physical distancing amid coronavirus COVID-19; the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games; Greta Thunnberg's virus concerns; how Italian children are living in lockdown; a book delivery service in Sydney; K-pop stars BTS' and a cougar's surprise visit in Santiago.
We chat to some kids in Tassie about how they're coping with coronavirus COVID-19 and the A-League has become the last major sports league in Australia to be called off.
The Government announces further changes to services in the community to slow the spread of COVID-19 and lots of states close their borders. The AFL season is postponed until at least May 31 while the rest of the AFLW season is cancelled. Meanwhile, Olympic athletes are still waiting to hear whether the Olympics will go ahead.
BtN wraps up some good news stories from Venice, Wuhan and Melbourne Zoo. The government announces that NAPLAN will not take place this year. The Olympic torch continues its tour in the lead up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the AFL season launches with no live crowds.
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The Prime Minister announces a ban on overseas travel and large gatherings in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. Remains of the dead sea scrolls in an American museum are deemed to be fakes. Celebrities come up with creative ways to make hand washing more fun.
BtN looks at both sides of the school closure debate. We also learn about the origins of St Patrick's Day. An aquarium in America lets its penguins take a look at the rest of the enclosures.
BtN gives us the latest news on COVID-19. Students get creative when learning from home and Tame Impala wins the hottest 100 of the decade. In sports news, some matches are going ahead but without crowds. People around the world are using music and dance to fight the boredom of being in quarantine and also spread the message of how to prevent infecting others.
The Prime Minister discourages any overseas travel and the Formula One Grand Prix is cancelled, along with a string of other large festivals, conferences and sporting events. Some school students and teachers prepare for online learning at home in the case of schools being closed in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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