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Resources to support Year 7 Humanities Timeline assignment.
From BTN - The leader of the Catholic Church surprised lots of people when he announced he was stepping down. It's really unusual because most of the time someone stays on as Pope until the day they die. So what happens now?
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who took the name Pope Francis, became the first Argentine pope and the first from outside Europe for over 1,000 years when he was elected pope on Wednesday 13 March 2013.
The French Open win gave Barty the number two ranking.
That's a pretty big deal because the last Australian woman to be ranked second in the world was Evonne Goolagong Cawley back in 1976.
Best party hosted by an athlete. The award goes to the Barty Party. We all got up and boogied, because Ash Barty took the tennis world by storm this year.
She won the French Open she finished as World Number 1. Took home the biggest prize ever in the sport of 6.4 million dollars for winning the WTA finals, and she's still just 23 years old.
The story of Michelle Payne, who in 2015 became the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, will be told on the silver screen in what the film's director hopes will be a testament to "true Australian grit."
Angelou's legacy is twofold. She leaves behind a body of important artistic work that influenced several generations. But the 86-year-old was praised by those who knew her as a good person, a woman who pushed for justice and education and equality.