We take a look at a very socially distanced Emmy Awards night, and Southern Launch blasts Australia's very first private rocket into space.
Find out what's going on in the world with a news bulletin designed for children, featuring stories that are relevant and easy to understand.
We check out why heaps of celebrities have decided to quit social media for the day.
We check out how people in Papua New Guinea are celebrating their Independence Day.
Scientists have discovered a type of gas in the atmosphere of Venus, which has left many scratching their heads.
Playgrounds reopen and curfews shorten after Melbourne relaxes some of its restrictions.
We take a look at the devastating wildfires that are affecting parts of the US West Coast.
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A group of Aussie teenage climate change activists has gone to court to try and stop the extension of a major coal mine in NSW. Cricket Australia has launched a new campaign to get more young girls to sign up to play cricket.
BtN covers a typhoon in South East Asia, the return of glow worms to Wollemi National Park caves after the bushfires and creative ways to decorate eggs.
Premier Daniel Andrews has announced Melbourne's roadmap for reopening after Stage 4 restrictions begin to be lifted. Novak Djokovic has been disqualified from the US Open after hitting a lines person with a ball. A man in Austria sets a record for the longest time sitting in a box of ice.
BtN reports on magpie season with special guest Mark the magpie man. The star of The Batman movie has been diagnosed with COVD-19. A Melbourne girl has started a 'Local lockdown letter' program to allow children in her area to send letters to each other. NASA has tested a rocket booster in the desert in Utah.
Pilots in Los Angeles report a person flying in a jet pack near the airport. A fireball like meteor was spotted above NSW. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed a deal with Netflix to produce nature series, documentaries and kids shows.
For the first time in its history the AFL Grand Final will be held not at the MCG but at the GABBA in Queensland. Millions of students in Europe have headed back to school for the first time in months and the winner of Australia's best pie has been announced.
Experts advise that even if you're experiencing symptoms that appear to be hay fever we need to still be aware that it could be COVID-19. Facebook is not happy about a proposed new law that would mean the social media site and Google would have to pay news sources for sharing their reports. Ariana Grande becomes the first woman to have 200 million followers on Instagram. Aussie cyclist Caleb Ewan wins Stage 3 of this year's Tour de France. In more sports news there's two incredible golf putts and the US Open begins with many top players choosing not to participate. A 4.4 metre long crocodile has been captured in the NT.
Star of Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman has died after a battle with colon cancer. The MTV VMA awards have gone ahead with some off site and pre recorded performances as well as smaller crowds. Sydney FC has taken home their fifth A League title. Plus, see some footage of the world's smallest flying car, a girl caught up in a kite at a kite festival and a record breaking sheep auction.
Melbourne has been hit by a deadly storm causing contamination to the water supply and power cuts. The NBA playoffs are going ahead after players voted for it to continue. Apple Fortnite users have restrictions on the features they can access within the game and families in Queensland vie to grow the biggest vegetable in some friendly extreme gardening competition.
Professional sporting teams across America have refused to play in reaction to a young African American being shot in the back seven times by a police officer. The first statue in Central Park featuring women has been unveiled, celebrating 100 years since women were given the right to vote. A young girl in Melbourne has started her own newspaper 'The COVID Catch Up'. Plus, Santas begin their COVID safe training in the lead up to Christmas, Tom Cruise goes to the movies and dogs learn to be lifesavers in Italy.
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