In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, the NBA gets mixed up with the Hong Kong protests, bushfires burn in northern New South Wales, Simone Biles wins more gymnastics World Championship medals and paintings by a chimpanzee go up for sale. In more animal news, a goat breaks into a house, a chimp plays with her baby and an echidna goes for a swim on Kangaroo Island.
The BtN Newsbreak team gives us all the news on the Nobel Prizes, extinction rebellion, newly discovered moons around Saturn and Aussie kids communicate with astronauts on the ISS thanks to Tony Hutchison. In news regarding feats of human endeavour; Simone Biles has two gymnastic moves named after her, free running championships take parkour to the top level and a tetraplegic walks again.
The BtN team tell us all about how the Roosters won the NRL Grand Final in a controversial fashion. Female astronauts take a seven hour spacewalk. In nature news, an invention to capture ocean plastic begins to take effect, bears in Alaska fatten up for winter and pets are blessed in the Philippines. In news from the UK we see some incredible illusion cakes and Prince George at the soccer.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, a humpback whale calf is rescued and a Queensland farmer finds a pterosaur fossil. In sports news, the South East Melbourne Phoenix begin their NBL career, the new ISS commander watches the rugby world cup from space and South African cricketers lose the ball. Three astronauts make it safely back to Earth, a seal colony explodes on a volcanic island and a moose takes a dip in a pool.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, maps go electronic, a Victorian pollie joins Tik Tok and an Aussie game tops the Nintendo Switch charts. In sporting news, the Dally M award winners have been announced in the lead up to the Grand Final. A new commander is announced on the International Space Station and NASA releases images of what a black hole might look like.
This BtN Newsbreak covers the deadly thunderstorm asthma, e-sports degrees at university, the Frozen movie sequel and all the news in fashion from around the world. In sporting news, Australia has a new athletics world champion and we also meet a video game sound-effect producing pug.
The Australian mint releases an 'Aussie icon' range of dollar coins, the Chinese Government celebrates its 70th year and Queensland lifeguards use wi-fi to save lives. A study on social media reveals its effect on boys' body images. News from around the world looks at cosmonauts in caves, sleeping octopuses and giant snails.
In sporting news, the BtN team updates us on the 2019 AFL Grand Final, the Rugby World Cup, the women's basketball Asia Cup, e-sports and a hovercraft rally. In interplanetary news Elon Musk reveals his latest space travel plans and a star is exploded by a black hole. We meet a life like robot called Atlas and a cute red panda.
In this episode of BtN, The National film and sound archive begins archiving Australian video games, Sir David Attenborough helps launch a polar research ship named after him and Melbourne gears up for the AFL Grand Final. A racing whiz kid goes to Bathurst and a new exoplanet is discovered by Spanish scientists.
The BtN team updates us on match fixing in e-sports and an animal kindness law being passed in the ACT. In news from around the world, a mummy is returned to Egypt, Comicon in South Africa is a hit and we learn of a sport called bike polo.
This BtN Newsbreak covers the potential US impeachment, the parliament shutdown in the United Kingdom and the discovery of a priceless, historical artwork. The BtN team also share some amazing footage of cycling in the rain, baby pandas and a service dog in Disneyland.
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg addresses world leaders at the United Nations, we hear some about some research on Venus from NASA and see the Royal Tour visiting South Africa. In sports news, the BtN team covers the AFL Brownlow Medal, football awards and women's skateboarding.
This episode of BtN explains Australia's new role at NASA, covers Greta Thunberg and the climate strike crowds plus Taylor Swift disappoints fans but pleases animal rights activists. The BtN team also wishes Batman a happy 80th birthday and looks at the news in kites, meteors and a festival in the French Alps.
This special edition of BtN Newsbreak gives us a wrap up of the news around the Friday September 20th climate strike from all around Australia and the world. Young school leaders from Adelaide and Cairns tell us about the demands they are putting to the government regarding fossil fuels and renewable energy as well as the reasons behind why they chose to strike for the day. We also learn how it all started with the actions of one girl from Sweden; Greta Thunberg.
In this BtN Newsbreak we hear about how Instagram is making changes around advertising to young people, Indonesia is set to send back plastic waste to Australia and Merriam Webster adds new words to the online dictionary. Also, what are the odds of winning a lottery and why do lotteries exist? In feel good news, a young russian amputee shows incredible skateboarding skills, we meet the Aboriginal sprinter touted as the next Cathy Freeman and a penguin travels from New Zealand to Australia.
In this edition of BtN Newsbreak; how to avoid being swooped by a magpie, climate change activist Greta Thunberg receives a special award and China reveals their mascot for the 2022 Winter Olympics. In water related news, we hear about high school scuba diving classes, a flying water taxi and a drone spotting a shark.
In this BtN Newsbreak we learn some good news about the ozone layer, a cold snap hits Canberra and there's an update on the Korean boyband BTS. We get to meet Australia's biggest dog, who is involved in the school 'Reading Dogs' program as well as hearing some news bites about wombats, beached orcas and Brad Pitt.
The Behind the News team covers the results from the NSW Swifts v Sunshine Coast Lightning Super Netball grand final, how the Australian cricket team performed in the Ashes and the Boomers’ loss at the Basketball World Cup. Visit Lucindale for Triple J's One Night Stand music concert and discover why New York is banning flavoured e-cigarettes.
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