Alyssa plans to climb Mount Everest. She’s already achieved some incredible heights. She’s climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, and at only 8 years old, walked the Kokoda trail in PNG. This is a sensational kid who's 100% committed. She also discusses cyber bullying, fitness and nutrition. A great C&C for community fundraising, history including WW II, bullying in schools and the value of a healthy lifestyle for young people.
It's illegal to ride a bike without a helmet in Australia. Sue Abbott thinks it shouldn't be compulsory and that it should be up to the individual to decide if they want to wear one. But Dr Jake Olivier is a researcher who believes that mandatory helmet laws are really important for safety. Hear both points of view and decide for yourself. A great C&C resource on how laws are made, community versus personal wishes and lobbying in a democracy
There aren’t many 9-year-olds who can say they have saved someone’s life. This sensational kid, Greg has done just that. On Australia Day in 2011 Greg pulled two drowning people from the ocean and safely returned them back to shore. Greg is passionate about raising awareness about surf safety and he now aspires to be a volunteer surf lifesaver. A C&C resource for civic duty including volunteering and playing a role in your own local community
A day in the life of Sergeant Shane McLennan is never dull. He’s in charge of an entire division at Shepparton Police Station in Victoria. Whether he’s arresting drink drivers, running staff meetings, or overseeing another officer’s brief of evidence, this police Sergeant works very hard to execute the law. A great C&C resource for indigenous perspectives, how the police fit into the State level of government and how the legal system has laws that protect the community through policing on a daily basis.