The UK government has confirmed it will introduce a tax on sugary drinks to help reduce childhood obesity. And now celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has demanded Australia introduce one too. But is it a good idea? We'll let you decide.
Toilets which aren't the most glamorous subject for a story but they are important enough to have their own awareness day. Thursday the 19th of November is World Toilet Day. Because a toilet is much more than just a bit of furniture with a really bad job, it's a life saver. Here's Matt to explain.
Hi BTN, This is Mitchell and Troy! We would like to know why we sleep?
It's a sport that combines dancing and gymnastics - all while underwater and often upside down. It's synchronised swimming. We're going to meet some of the first boys to pick up the nose plugs in Australia.
13-year old Riley was born with cerebral palsy which makes it difficult for him to do a lot of everyday things. But now he can do pretty much anything with the help of one Aussie scientist and some pretty cool tech. Take a look.
The 2020 Olympic Games are on the lookout for some new sports and 26 recently put up their hand. Some of them you might expect to get the nod some you might not. Here's Nic with more.
A new study has found that many Aussie kids don't actually know where their food comes from. It's got experts worried that kids aren't being taught enough about the natural foods that make up a healthy diet. Let's take a look.
Barbie dolls are one of the most well-known toys on earth but now, after more than 50 years, Barbie is changing. For the first time, the dolls will now come in different body types, hair styles and skin tones. But why has its maker decided to change it after so many years?