The final BtN Newsbreak for 2020 wraps up this year's biggest trends and stories.
BtN recognises International Day of people with a disability, a day to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Australians with disabilities. Jack takes part in a workshop at the Tarnathi festival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island art.
China has successfully landed a probe on the moon bringing lunar rocks and dirt back to Earth. A wild storm has hit Sydney causing power blackouts and lightning strikes. A third mysterious metal monolith has popped up in Romania! Scientists have discovered a new species of comb jelly known as a ctenophore. The jelly was identified using a super high definition camera in the deep sea.
A look back at some of our best stories. This episode is all about bees. The beehive detecting destructive hitchhiking mites, plus coordinating the mass migration of millions of bees to pollinate Australian orchards.
US President Joe Biden starts his term facing a series of crises. Former FBI director James Comey discusses restoring trust in America's institutions. Plus First Nations people share their thoughts on Australia Day.