Get insights into why Australia commemorates and signifies Remembrance Day.
We all know that recycling is a good way to reduce waste and protect the environment. But it can also be a chance to get creativ
A high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the week.
The May 28, 2020 is the 20th anniversary of the Walk for Reconciliation. Find out more about the bridge walk, the events leading up to it, and its lasting impact on the country. Hear from some kids who speak to their grandma about what the bridge walk meant for her as an Indigenous Australian. The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on many people in the creative industries. Thylacine enthusiasts have unearthed forgotten footage of the last known Tasmanian Tiger. Many people have been adopting dogs and cats during COVID-19, however, some animal welfare groups are worried about what will happen to these animals when life returns to normal.
Behind the News explains the three-stage plan to ease restrictions and how it might affect the lives of kids around the country. Talk to kids around the world to find out how people in other countries are being affected by coronavirus COVID-19. And find out about a special online song contest where all of the songs are composed using artificial intelligence.
Explore the world of volcanoes, their formation and types, and the dangers and benefits they bring to us. Plus, the different economic and social reasons that entice people to continue living near them.
Where are mangroves located? How do they protect the shoreline? What kinds of animals shelter in mangroves? Why are they known as 'coastal kidneys'? How do mangroves improve ocean water quality? How have mangrove trees adapted to survive changing conditions around them?