Covered in reddish brown hair, their long, strong arms are perfect for swinging through trees. Unfortunately the Orang-utan's ho
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Optometrist Kady Brandon provides an overview of the eye and explains how our eyes work with our brain to give us the sense of s
Sam finally gets Katie to cooperate and Mr Owen returns and inspects Sam's work.
Behind the News just loves good news and this 'Go for It' special features a group of Aboriginal kids preserving their language
How much do you know about diabetes? It's World Diabetes Day which aims to raise awareness about the condition. BtN takes a look
Katie the goat disappears and Sam has to endure a night in the scary bush to try and get her back.
Can you imagine being able to print a toy or piece of jewellery? Well now it's possible. Dr Mike Burton an Engineering Designer
Australian agriculture experts are teaching Cambodian farmers how to manage pests more effectively, BTN reports.
Have you ever wondered what happens to your yoghurt container after you_ve chucked it in the recycling bin? Well, the journey do
This clip follows Trevor Arnold from SA State Emergency Service as his team safely rescue people trapped in floods.
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We take a look at a new approach to tackling cyber bullying. This program doesn't just target the bullies or the victims. Instea
We meet an orphan from Afghanistan who has decided to make Australia his home. So what's it like for a young person trying to ma
Did you know the devices you use... the places you go... and the things you do... can all be tracked? And you might not even kno
BIOMECHANICS OF WALKING
Putting one foot in front of the other to get from A to B is something we do a lot! In this story we
Did you know that an abundance of frogs living by creeks and rivers can indicate a healthy ecosystem? Students from Carranballac