Is cursive still important to learn in the modern age of technology Some countries have decided it's not and moved on from including it in their curriculum, opting to just teach typing instead. Students weigh in on this trend and discuss whether or not they still think it's beneficial to be taught cursive.
You're never too young to start having a positive impact on the world around you. Rookie reporter Justice takes us along for her trip to Canberra where she and other Heywire competition winners share their ideas with politicians and other leaders about how to improve things. Justice has a passion for helping youth afflicted with mental health issues after having overcome a time of loneliness and isolation; she's taking her story and using it to inspire others!
Anna shares the story of her great great great grandfather, John Egge, who immigrated to Australia during the gold rush. After that time, many Chinese workers decided to go back to China, but many stayed and have made Australia their home. Find out more about their story and how their culture has impacted the country.
BTN explains what nuclear energy is and looks at the pros and cons of it as an energy source for Australia.
A look at Chinese migration to Australia through the eyes of a descendent of one of the first Chinese people to come to Australia.
Some parts of South Australia are calling for a change of their time zone but how do time zones work and can we just change them when we want?
Finish school no longer teach handwriting. BTN takes a look at the development of cursive writing and whether it is still relevant to be taught in schools.
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