Usually if a radio show puts you to sleep, it's a sign of a bad program. But for John Watson, sleeping listeners are exactly what he's hoping for.
Published in “Australasia”
The island of Niue is a 3.5 hour flight from New Zealand. For ducks, that's too far to fly. So how in the world did Trevor the duck get there?
After a week of challenges and sudden changes, Australia has a new prime minister. Malcolm Turnbull has been replaced by Scott Morrison.
Julie Anne Genter, who works on women's issues and transportation in New Zealand's government, found an unusual way to go to the hospital to have her baby. She biked.
Usain Bolt is the world's fastest man. No one has run 100 meters faster than him. But in 2017, he gave up running. Now Bolt is taking up soccer (football).
Jurgen Otto is known as the Peacock Spider Man. He drives hours and hours to find amazing, tiny spiders so he can take pictures and movies of them for science.
On July 27, most of the world will have a chance to see the longest total eclipse of the moon for the next 100 years.
A group in Australia working to protect animals has completed the world’s largest cat-proof fence. Next, the group will bring back animals that lived in the area long ago.
Police thought there might be a bomb in a bag someone had left at the Adelaide Airport. But instead of a bomb, they found a bunny.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave birth to a baby girl yesterday. She is the second world leader to have a baby while in office.