Rapper James Emmanue, AKA JamarzOnMarz, is calling for Governments to make it illegal for schools to discriminate against natural afro-textured hair and protective styles such as braids. Researchers at the University of Melbourne have developed a device called Stentrode which allows people with conditions such as motor neurone disease to control a computer using their mind.
Scientists mapping the seafloor of the Great Barrier reef have discovered a massive detached coral reef. BtN explains how deep fakes are deceiving people on the Internet. Plus, take a look at the latest robotic technology being used around the world.
NASA has picked up evidence of water molecules on the surface of the moon. Victoria has had another day with no new cases of Coronavirus detected. Kids in the US are coming up with creative ways to make trick or treating COVID safe this Halloween.
Victoria records zero new cases of Coronavirus leading to some lifting of restrictions. The hugely popular video game Among Us has been hacked leading its small team of developers scrambling to fix the fault. Richmond players and fans celebrate winning the 2020 AFL Grand Final.
The AFL Grand Final is set to take place on the weekend between Geelong and Richmond. In the most recent Presidential debate each speaker was given two minutes to respond with the opponent's mike turned off to avoid interruptions. A nine year old girl in Adelaide has won a competition to have her Christmas pageant float design included in this year's pageant. A green puppy has been born in Italy and has been named pistachio.
US Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez live streams herself playing Among Us to spread the word about voting in the US election. Unlike in Australia, voting in America is not compulsory. NASA has released a video of OSIRIS-REx making contact with Asteroid Bennu. Learn about wombats and the threats they face as BtN recognises World Wombat Day.
NASA scientists are celebrating as spacecraft OSIRIS-REx successfully touched down on asteroid Bennu and collected a sample of rock to bring back to Earth. Archaeologists in Egypt have uncovered a treasure trove of ancient Egyptian mummies. Meet a nominee for this year's ARIA music teacher award.
BtN checks in with some Year 12 students to see how they are going with their preparation for exams during a pandemic. Find out why an optical illusion of colour has divided the Internet.
Melburnians can now enjoy fewer COVID restrictions, play sports such as golf and tennis, get a haircut and more, as the number of cases drop in Victoria. Lachie Neal wins the 2020 AFL Brownlow Medal. In Super Netball, the Melbourne Vixens win the premiership.
Billie Eilish hits back at body shamers and gets a lot of support from people on the Internet, BtN speaks to an expert on how to deal with pressure and criticism around body image. Meet some up and coming BMX stars in the Northern Territory.
A 10 year old boy in the UK has raised more than $90 000 for a local hospice by sleeping outside in a tent for 200 days. Cases of COVID-19 in Europe have been on the rise leading to tougher restrictions in high risk areas. Take a look at an incredibly lifelike robotic dolphin and BtN asks the question 'Could this be the future of marine parks?'.
A 20 second TikTok goes viral leading to a song from 1977 returning to the BIllboard Top 100 charts. An old bomb from World War II has exploded underwater in Poland while the navy was trying to defuse it. Meet a year 6 student who has developed his own app while in lockdown. A lucky tourist gets to see Machu Picchu in Peru all by himself.
With overseas travel still some time off, the Government is encouraging Aussies to plan a holiday in Australia to boost the tourism industry. Meet the winners of the Nobel Prize for economics.
Hundreds of thousands of kids are heading back to school today in Victoria after being at home for months while students in years 8, 9 and 10 have to wait another fortnight. The CSIRO has found that COVID-19 survives for longer on smooth, cold surfaces. In sports news there's the NBA Championships, Dylan Alcott, Rafael Nadal, the Bledisloe Cup and Super Netball.
A 16 year old has taken over as Prime Minister of Finland, but just for one day, as part of the Girls Take Over UN campaign. David Attenborough and Prince William have teamed up to make positive changes to our environment and nature. Winter Olympians are gearing up for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
A fossilised T-Rex skeleton has been sold at auction for $67 million. Researchers are asking Great Barrier Reef tourists to contribute photos taken while swimming in the reef to help them map the reef. A rare multicoloured dingo pup has been found in Victoria.
Studios are delaying the release of many blockbuster movies because of many cinemas closing or low attendance numbers due to COVID-19. Three scientists have won this year's Nobel prize in Physics, including Andrea Ghez, the fourth woman ever to receive this accolade. This year's World Space Week celebrates satellites and how they have improved our lives.
11 Tasmanian Devils have been released into a wildlife sanctuary in New South Wales. US President Donald Trump is back at home in the White House after receiving treatment for COVID-19. 11 towns in the UK and Ireland have been given the title of honorary quidditch towns. Take a look at some creative sculptures that are part of the hay bale sculpture competition in Kalbar, Queensland.
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