Students in Queensland and New South Wales return to face to face teaching and deal with the challenge of getting to school after being told to avoid public transport if possible. A huge storm has hit Western Australia, knocking down power lines. New Zealand experiences an earthquake during a press conference with Jacinda Arden. The AFL is set to restart matches on June 11.
A French businessman proposes selling Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa as a way to boost the country's finances. An 8 year old in the UK has been making protective visors with a 3D printer at home for doctors and other health workers. Plus there's a wrap up of the innovative ways people around the world are changing the way we live to reduce coronavirus COVID-19 infections.
Celebrities hand over their social media accounts to medical professionals in an attempt to educate the public and slow the spread of fake news. Eastern India and Bangladesh have been hit hard by a super storm caused by Cyclone Amphan. An American musician makes music from the sounds of an Icelandic glacier as a sonic tribute to glaciers melting due to global warming.
Chief defence scientist Professor Tanya Monro addresses the Press Club on how the science of defence and the defence industries impact the Australian community.
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