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New research has found teenagers, including minors, are regularly exposed to alcohol advertising on social media. We look into the issue, and ask young people what should be done about it.

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Season 2024
High schools and universities are using specialised software to detect cheats who use generative AI, but experts say the results aren't always accurate. We speak to teachers and students about how AI is shaping education.
Could China go to war with Taiwan? We dive further into the current political situation.
Unions are campaigning to scrap junior wages. We speak to young workers about whether they think they're fairly paid.
We take a closer look at the tensions between China and Taiwan by exploring their complicated history.
We meet a young gamer who's struggled with video game addiction and find out why it's a growing problem in Australia.
We meet Callum Peters, a young boxer who's heading to the Paris 2024 Olympics. He's on a mission to become the first Australian to win a gold medal in the sport.
We ask young First Nations people how they see the path to reconciliation after last year's referendum.
Australia's water security is a big concern, so what should we do about it? Joe explores the options.
We talk to teens about the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.
We head to the National Schools Debating Championships to find out everything there is to know about the art of persuasion.
The US President has signed legislation banning TikTok. We look at the reasons behind it and how it will affect the app's future.
Nic looks at what famine is, how it's caused, and what can be done to solve it.
Should the voting age in Australia be lowered to 16? There are growing calls to give young people a bigger say.
One in four students say they struggle to balance school life with other commitments. Cale finds out why that is and what teens can do about it.
We meet singer/songwriter Sofia Menguita and learn about her songwriting process and inspirations.
The government wants more regional students to go on to study at TAFE or University, but they often face additional barriers in doing so. Nat speaks to students about their experiences.
With Russia's presidential election just days away, we learn about the country's history and its current President, Vladamir Putin.
Cale explains what black holes are and finds out what would happen if he fell into one.
Are music festivals dying? Ella looks at how live music has been affected by COVID-19 and the cost of living.
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