Reporter Amelia Moseley investigates current debates about the best way to generate electricity, considering climate change, renewable energy sources and Alan Finkel's review of the electricity market.
Behind The News explains how mortars are used to create fireworks displays, and Forch Foti, one of the people behind Sydney's New Year's Eve celebrations, describes how his team designs and prepares the shows.
In 2015 the federal government announced an extra $100 million dollars to tackle the environmental problems plaguing the Great Barrier Reef. Meet the students from a a school doing what they can to save the Great Barrier Reef.
Behind The News shares the Indigenous student Jasirah Bin Hitam's reconciliation trust exercise, where she stood blindfolded on a beach inviting strangers to hug her to counter reported distrust of Aboriginals.
How do we know what dinosaurs looked like if we've never seen them in real life? An international show combining the efforts of palaentologists, researchers and puppeteers is bringing dinosaurs to life and allows us to experience what they might have been like close up.
A lot of people are scared of bees because they sting, but many of us don't understand how important they really are. Find out about what they do, how it affects us and the food we eat and some of the serious concerns they are facing as a species.
A new study shows that most kids don't want their parents bothering them about what they're doing online. In this video, we hear from several students about how much privacy they think kids should have on the internet and learn about some of the risks of going online unmonitored.
Gough Whitlam was the prime minister of Australia for a few years in the 1970s and although he only led for a short time, a lot of big changes were made during his tenure. From making higher education more affordable for students, recognising the important role of Indigenous people in Australia's history to exiting the Vietnam War, Whitlam was the leader during one of the most transformative periods in Australia's history.
Kids who are active in sports can sometimes run the risk of injuries, such as a concussion. This video explains how concussions occur and talks about some of the preventive measures student athletes and others can take to protect themselves.