Port Arthur's panopticon prison
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Port Arthur's panopticon prison

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Historian Hamish MaxwellStewart gives Neil Oliver a tour of the Port Arthur convict settlement, revealing the detailed records of prisoners, and visiting the panopticon prison ...

Historian Hamish MaxwellStewart gives Neil Oliver a tour of the Port Arthur convict settlement, revealing the detailed records of prisoners, and visiting the panopticon prison and solitary confinement cells.

What is an opinion poll?
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What is an opinion poll?

Clip from Behind the News

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Find out what an opinion poll is, how they work and what they are used for.

Find out what an opinion poll is, how they work and what they are used for.

What is the G20?
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What is the G20?

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Find out what the G20 is, who is involved and what happens when they meet

Find out what the G20 is, who is involved and what happens when they meet

What is the census?
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What is the census?

Clip from Behind the News

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What does the census tell us? Why do we all Australians have to do it? Find out more about the census and the proposal to change it from taking place every five years to ten years.

What does the census tell us? Why do we all Australians have to do it? Find out more about the census and the proposal to change it from taking place every five years to ten years.

The justice system in Australia
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The justice system in Australia

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Students from Darwin and Clontarf high schools take a closer look at the justice system and the process of how it works.

Students from Darwin and Clontarf high schools take a closer look at the justice system and the process of how it works.

Remembering Malcolm Fraser
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Remembering Malcolm Fraser

Clip from Behind the News

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BTN takes a look at what Australia was like when Malcolm Fraser became prime minister and how it changed during his time in office.

BTN takes a look at what Australia was like when Malcolm Fraser became prime minister and how it changed during his time in office.

Opinion polls explained
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Opinion polls explained

Clip from Behind the News

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Why don't opinion polls works as well as they used to? Behind the News investigates the history of polling, how it has changed over the years, and some of the reasons why ...

Why don't opinion polls works as well as they used to? Behind the News investigates the history of polling, how it has changed over the years, and some of the reasons why people think the polls failed to predict the outcome of the 2019 Australian federal election.

Gender inequality in the past and present
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Gender inequality in the past and present

Clip from Behind the News

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Behind The News reveals how the rights of women have changed in Australia since the late 19th century for International Women's Day.

Behind The News reveals how the rights of women have changed in Australia since the late 19th century for International Women's Day.

Changing parliamentary terms by referendum
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Changing parliamentary terms by referendum

Clip from Behind the News

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Reporter Ruby Cornish explains the difference between absolute monarchies and parliamentary democracies, describes the time limits placed on governments between elections, and ...

Reporter Ruby Cornish explains the difference between absolute monarchies and parliamentary democracies, describes the time limits placed on governments between elections, and discusses the process by which these terms could be lengthened by referendum.

Participating in the indigenous youth parliament
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Participating in the indigenous youth parliament

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Audrey brings us along on her trip to the National Indigenous Youth Parliament where we get a glimpse at how parliament works, explore why it's important to be involved with ...

Audrey brings us along on her trip to the National Indigenous Youth Parliament where we get a glimpse at how parliament works, explore why it's important to be involved with local government and examine some of the issues that are of the utmost importance to Indigenous Australians.

Campaigning to ban plastic bags
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Campaigning to ban plastic bags

Clip from Behind the News

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Following the announcement that Coles and Woolworths will be phasing out single-use plastic bags, Mornington Peninsular schoolgirl Meg explains why such plastics are bad for ...

Following the announcement that Coles and Woolworths will be phasing out single-use plastic bags, Mornington Peninsular schoolgirl Meg explains why such plastics are bad for the environment and how she has campaigned to stop shops using them.

Australian citizenship
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Australian citizenship

Clip from Behind the News

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What does it take to become an Australian citizen And what does it mean to be a citizen of two different countries Find out all about the process and a controversial new ...

What does it take to become an Australian citizen And what does it mean to be a citizen of two different countries Find out all about the process and a controversial new position that could leave some Aussies without a right to citizenship after a crime is committed.

A temporary ceasefire announced in Syria
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A temporary ceasefire announced in Syria

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A look at a temporary ceasefire in the fighting in Syria and what that means for the refugees.

A look at a temporary ceasefire in the fighting in Syria and what that means for the refugees.

Inside North Korea's regime
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Inside North Korea's regime

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A look at the daytoday life, political relationships and rising nuclear threat of North Korea.

A look at the daytoday life, political relationships and rising nuclear threat of North Korea.

The debate about moving Australia Day
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The debate about moving Australia Day

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A look at both sides of the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people.

A look at both sides of the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people.

Life on Christmas Island for residents
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Life on Christmas Island for residents

Clip from Behind The News

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Rookie reporter Dewi shares the other side of Christmas Island, revealing there's more to life there than just the detention centre.

Rookie reporter Dewi shares the other side of Christmas Island, revealing there's more to life there than just the detention centre.

Moving Australia Day
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Moving Australia Day

Clip from Behind the News

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Behind The News investigates the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people, who regard the anniversary as the day Australia was ...

Behind The News investigates the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people, who regard the anniversary as the day Australia was invaded.

World Challenge at Cambodian orphanage
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World Challenge at Cambodian orphanage

Clip from Behind The News

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Behind The News shares a video created by students who have returned from a World Challenge visit to Cambodia, where they volunteered to help out at an orphanage.

Behind The News shares a video created by students who have returned from a World Challenge visit to Cambodia, where they volunteered to help out at an orphanage.