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Behind The News: 24/08/2010
24/08/2010
ABC  |  August 24, 2010
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NEW GOVERNMENT
With the election finally done and dusted the next PM is in for a very busy time. Sarah profiles the PM and checks their 'to do' list, starting with how they form a new Government. Next on the list is what has to be done to get their promises and new policies underway.

BIKE HELMETS
In Australia it's compulsory to wear a helmet when riding a bike. But now there's a call for the law to be scrapped and it's made a heap of people angry! Tash gets on her bike to find out how helmets can prevent head injuries and compares our bike-riding rules to other countries.

OZONE LAYER
25-years ago scientists were predicting a catastrophe for the entire planet. A study was released showing that the ozone layer had a hole in it! But if it's such a problem why haven't you heard anything about the ozone layer lately? Nathan reports it's looking like this is one environmental problem we may have actually managed to turn around!

BUILDING CAREER
In the old days when you thought of builders and construction workers you probably thought of men in overalls. But building isn't just for boys. Sarah finds out about a girls-only construction class that's part of a program encouraging kids to build careers in construction.

YOUTH OLYMPICS
The world's first Youth Olympics are underway in Singapore. A group of Australia's best athletes are taking part and some have already made it onto the medal tally board. Tash looks into the event that brings together young people from 205 countries.

NEW GOVERNMENT
With the election finally done and dusted the next PM is in for a very busy time. Sarah profiles the PM and checks their 'to do' list, starting with how they form a new Government. Next on the list is what has to be done to get their promises and new policies underway.

BIKE HELMETS
In Australia it's compulsory to wear a helmet when riding a bike. But now there's a call for the law to be scrapped and it's made a heap of people angry! Tash gets on her bike to find out how helmets can prevent head injuries and compares our bike-riding rules to other countries.

OZONE LAYER
25-years ago scientists were predicting a catastrophe for the entire planet. A study was released showing that the ozone layer had a hole in it! But if it's such a problem why haven't you heard anything about the ozone layer lately? Nathan reports it's looking like this is one environmental problem we may have actually managed to turn around!

BUILDING CAREER
In the old days when you thought of builders and construction workers you probably thought of men in overalls. But building isn't just for boys. Sarah finds out about a girls-only construction class that's part of a program encouraging kids to build careers in construction.

YOUTH OLYMPICS
The world's first Youth Olympics are underway in Singapore. A group of Australia's best athletes are taking part and some have already made it onto the medal tally board. Tash looks into the event that brings together young people from 205 countries.

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