The Feed: Greece votes no (06/07/2015)
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The Feed: Greece votes no (06/07/2015)

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Greece votes no, leaders meet to discuss indigenous constitutional recognition.

Greece votes no, leaders meet to discuss indigenous constitutional recognition.

Drones
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Drones

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A look into drones - the risks and who is policing them

A look into drones - the risks and who is policing them

Epic fail: China's 'mega bus'
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Epic fail: China's 'mega bus'

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July 5 2017. Plans to build a traffic-straddling mega bus in China have come undone amidst claims the whole project was just a scam.

July 5 2017. Plans to build a traffic-straddling mega bus in China have come undone amidst claims the whole project was just a scam.

The Great Barrier Reef is no longer in danger
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The Great Barrier Reef is no longer in danger

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Australia's greatest natural wonder has officially been taken off UNESCO's endangered list.

Australia's greatest natural wonder has officially been taken off UNESCO's endangered list.

Mayor marries crocodile. Seriously.
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Mayor marries crocodile. Seriously.

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The mayor of a Mexican town has married a crocodile in a tradition meant to bring luck to the town.

The mayor of a Mexican town has married a crocodile in a tradition meant to bring luck to the town.

Ransomware attack crippled businesses
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Ransomware attack crippled businesses

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July 2017. A global ransomware attack that originated from Eastern Europe has landed in Australia, crippling Cadbury's.

July 2017. A global ransomware attack that originated from Eastern Europe has landed in Australia, crippling Cadbury's.

The Budget 2019
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The Budget 2019

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Get exclusive updates on The Federal Budget from the BTN team who investigate and inform us of where the money will be utilised.

Get exclusive updates on The Federal Budget from the BTN team who investigate and inform us of where the money will be utilised.

How America's travel bans affect school kids
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How America's travel bans affect school kids

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A team of talented school kids has been banned from entering America after winning a robotics competition - simply because they're from Afghanistan.

A team of talented school kids has been banned from entering America after winning a robotics competition - simply because they're from Afghanistan.

Children describe effect of drought on farm life
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Children describe effect of drought on farm life

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Three sisters being raised on a NSW farm describe the impact of the drought on their family property.

Three sisters being raised on a NSW farm describe the impact of the drought on their family property.

What if school started in the afternoon?
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What if school started in the afternoon?

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Gabriel is beginning high school in the UK, at a school that doesn't begin classes until 1.30pm! It's an unusual idea based on teenagers' need for rest and their tendency to ...

Gabriel is beginning high school in the UK, at a school that doesn't begin classes until 1.30pm! It's an unusual idea based on teenagers' need for rest and their tendency to be more active at night, thus losing hours of sleep if they have to be at school early in the morning. There are differing opinions on whether or not this is the right solution and several students weigh in with their thoughts.

Remembering Bob Hawke
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Remembering Bob Hawke

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a 60 Minutes tribute to Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.

a 60 Minutes tribute to Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.

Stephanie Rice
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Stephanie Rice

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Preparing for modern royal weddings
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Preparing for modern royal weddings

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ABC presenter Annabel Crabb describes the preparation that goes into planning a royal wedding in the United Kingdom.

ABC presenter Annabel Crabb describes the preparation that goes into planning a royal wedding in the United Kingdom.

NSW Central West crippled by drought (Part 1)
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NSW Central West crippled by drought (Part 1)

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The ABC's 7.30 explores how the drought is affecting farmers - financially and mentally - in the NSW Central West.

The ABC's 7.30 explores how the drought is affecting farmers - financially and mentally - in the NSW Central West.

What to do in the event of trolling
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What to do in the event of trolling

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In the wake of a major trolling scandal involving ALFW player Tayla Harris, Behind the News examines what trolling is and how to avoid fuelling the flames if you become the ...

In the wake of a major trolling scandal involving ALFW player Tayla Harris, Behind the News examines what trolling is and how to avoid fuelling the flames if you become the target of trolls.

Children of the revolution
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Children of the revolution

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The latest global protest phenomenon has school kids going on strike, abandoning the classroom and taking to the streets to demand action on climate change. It’s a campaign ...

The latest global protest phenomenon has school kids going on strike, abandoning the classroom and taking to the streets to demand action on climate change. It’s a campaign that started with one teenager in Sweden.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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Royal Fairytale Tara Brown is on the ground in London ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day. While the world if buzzing with royal wedding fever - not everyone is ...

Royal Fairytale Tara Brown is on the ground in London ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day. While the world if buzzing with royal wedding fever - not everyone is so excited. Republican and feminist Germaine Greer predicts the marriage won't last.

Peter Greste and the risks of journalism
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Peter Greste and the risks of journalism

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Peter Greste is a journalist that was imprisoned just for doing his job! Peter is out now but many other journalists are still in prison and facing risks around the world as ...

Peter Greste is a journalist that was imprisoned just for doing his job! Peter is out now but many other journalists are still in prison and facing risks around the world as they work to report the truth, even when some powerful people don't want the story told.