This week is NAIDOC Week, and Play School is celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture in a collaboration with Baker Boy. We also explore the upcoming launch of an Indigenous emoji keyboard, Crust Pizza's timely State of Origin campaign and an Insta-worthy lake with a toxic secret.
This week, we explore a solar eclipse made accessible for people with blindness, travelling passport-free, Nike's controversial shoe design and a new app bringing Sydney's Indigenous history to life.
This week it’s all about creating the longest and biggest Aussie citizen, drugs and Facebook, a very ambitious KFC franchisee, Triple M's vow of silence and a new Indigenous character joining the ABC family.
This week, we investigate the #BlueForSudan hashtag infiltrating social media. We also explore a press conference blunder, what could be the best media release of the year and Ed Sheeran's love affair with ketchup.
This week, we're indulging our sweet tooth for a good cause. We're also exploring Vienna's cheeky new tourism campaign, a new flight mode with Uber, AI tools for eradicating racial bias and best of all, puppy public transport.
This week, we explore Renault's unique method of tackling car pollution. We also take a look at Chernobyl's transition into one of the world's most popular dark tourism hotspots, Bumble's new café and bar, Amazon's Shazam-like fashion feature and new visa guidelines that make us question our past social media sins.
For the beer lovers, this week we take a look at the monks who are making a beer with an intriguing history. We're also exploring the clever campaign that's recreating iconic TV lounge rooms in your own home, how one of our favourite children's entertainers is working to preserve Indigenous languages and a remote island that would love to see an influx of Aussies.
Need a new shirt? Lacoste has launched an exclusive range that doesn’t compromise between style and animal conservation. In wackier news, we take a closer look at a seemingly cheeky IKEA ad that mocks Clive Palmer, a naturally sustainable death bed, cheese made from the bacteria of celebrities and the restaurant that's causing a buzz.
Election day is almost here, and while we'll be doing our civic duty, it's also time for a classic democracy sausage. In addition to our excitement for the sizzle, we take a look at how Apple is weighing in on Indian politics, Uber's latest venture and China's love affair with Europe.
Were you invited to the wedding of the year? Tourism NT teamed up with TODAY to invite every Australian to a very special Top End Wedding. Further afield, we investigate sightings of a giant Filet-O-Fish roaming around New Zealand, China's latest tourism venture and some cute canine globe trotters.
Ever wanted to channel your inner spy and join the secret service? The CIA is on the lookout with an unconventional recruiting channel. Plus, we take a look at how VR is helping calm kids' nerves in hospital, Facebook's newest feature that's sure to get hearts fluttering and the new Burger King meals that cater to every emotion.
We’ve had a three-day work week, but we’ve still found FIVE THINGS for you to check out. Game of Thrones fan? We take a look at what happened when Elmo tried to teach some GoT characters respect, why McDonald’s is getting involved in India’s election, and the travel booking site that's moving into show biz.
Ahead of the Easter long weekend, we're hitting send early on this week's Five Things. With the federal election looming and campaigning ramping up, it can be difficult to understand which political parties align to our values. This week we look at a data-driven project that has created your perfect political candidate, why police officers are giving traffic offenders a second chance, and crucially, which hot cross buns we'll be devouring over the next four days.
Over the last few weeks, we've seen a number of brands up their marketing game and delve into content creation. This week we look at companies venturing out of their comfort zones, including a new sustainable clothing line and a foray into publishing. There's also China's newest app craze and on the flipside, a brand moving out of the digital space and ditching social media altogether.
Having trouble sleeping? IKEA is jumping on the podcast bandwagon with an interesting solution. In other news, the Royal family is making social media headlines again, we reveal the 'real' loser of the federal budget and a town you've never heard of is about to be put on the map.
Feeling nostalgic? This week we take a look at the uproar created by a seemingly innocent 90's computer icon. In the travel world, Qantas is now hiring 10 year-olds, United Airlines amps up inclusive policies and Japan is wooing Chinese tourists.
One to hold a grudge? Find out which Balkan country is tackling its Hollywood haters head on. Blockbuster beefs aside, this week we take a look at the China's cutest clone to date, AI with a difference, a heart-warming case of social media solidarity and which Aussie city is almost the best in the world.
As the World Wide Web celebrates its 30th birthday this week, we're reminiscing about dial-up tones and the cringeworthy websites that have graced us over the years. It goes without saying that the internet has dramatically changed our daily lives, with everything from the Bible getting an #aesthetic makeover to the Queen's first Instagram post making headlines around the world. Who knows what the next 30 will bring...