Useful KS2 WebLinks
'Most Earth-like planet' discovered A new planet has been discovered, Kepler 186f, that scientists say is the most Earth-like one ever found.
Orangutan has nose surgery in UK first A bunged-up orangutan called Vicky has undergone surgery on her nose in a UK first.
VIDEO: Shopping centre gets slow lane-fast lane system A shopping centre is trying out a slow lane - fast lane system after the idea was suggested by a 10-year-old girl.
VIDEO: Life reporting in Ukraine As the troubles in Ukraine continue lots of journalists from around the world are there reporting on what is happening. The BBC's James Reynolds is in Ukraine and shows us what a day in his job is like.
Laura Robson out of Wimbledon Tennis star Laura Robson will miss the French Open and Wimbledon tournaments because she's having minor wrist surgery.
VIDEO: Nel meets the rat catchers With reports that rats are getting bigger and are being seen more often in our towns and cities, it's the job of pest controllers to try and catch the rodents.
VIDEO: Are rats getting bigger? Are rats getting bigger and why are we seeing more of them in our towns and cities? Nel's been out with rat catchers to investigate...
Pictures: The Royal tour so far As the Royals tour New Zealand & Australia - take a look at their time in pictures!
Pictures: Bale scores 'incredible' Real winner Gareth Bale last night ran half the length of the pitch to win Spain's biggest cup competition for Real Madrid. Check out our gallery of the brilliant goal.
VIDEO: NR viewers mentioned in parliament The Speaker of the House of Commons mentioned Newsround viewers in today's Prime Minister's Questions.
VIDEO: Ayshah in the House of Commons Ayshah and two Newsround viewers visit the House of Commons to find out what happens during Prime Ministers Questions.
'Room for improvement' at PMQs The Speaker of the House of Commons tells Newsround there's "room for improvement" in the way Prime Minister's Questions are done.
Guide: Who is the House of Commons Speaker? Read Newsround's guide to the Speaker of the House of Commons - about their role, how they're chosen and the history of the job.
VIDEO: How to get a car up a skycraper A car had to be cut into six pieces so it could go on display at the top of the Empire State Building.
Saturn gives birth to 'new moon' Scientists believe they have discovered what could be the birth of a new moon in the rings of Saturn.
VIDEO: The Cumbria doggy car vandal Police in Cumbria have solved the case of a mysterious car vandal.
Watch: The mystery of new Banksy artwork A new artwork made by Banksy has caused a stir after being found on a wall in Bristol.
Books targeting boys and girls separately 'wrong' The Children's Laureate, Malorie Blackman, says books that target boys and girls separately are wrong because they exclude half the population.
Pictures: A brief history of beards Scientists think that because beards are popular they make someone less attractive. Beards have been in and out of fashion for centuries...
VIDEO: Tom Daley wants more kids to try diving Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley is starting a new scheme to try and get more kids around the UK to give diving a go.
Watch: The Vamps answer YOUR questions The Vamps entered the charts at number two yesterday with the their new single Last Night - we caught up with them to ask your questions.
VIDEO: Top 3 gadgets from the big gadget show Looking at the top 3 gadgets from the big gadget show in Birmingham NEC
Big website suffers from 'Heartbleed' A major UK website has had data stolen by hackers taking advantage of the 'Heartbleed' bug. But what is it and why is it a big deal?
When can you watch Newsround? Newsround is LIVE and EXCLUSIVE to the CBBC channel every day of the week. Make sure you never miss a bulletin by checking out when we are on your TV screens.
Watch Newsround Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
What to do if a jellyfish stings you? Prime Minister David Cameron has been stung by a jellyfish while on holiday on the Spanish island of Lanzarote.
Guide: Why do we have Easter eggs? Newsround explores some Easter traditions and finds out where they come from.
Guide: Who is Banksy? New artwork thought to be by Banksy has appeared in Bristol and Cheltenham recently. But who is Banksy and why is he such a mystery?
Guide: What's happening in Ukraine? Read Newsround's guide to the crisis going on in Ukraine in eastern Europe.
Guide: How deep missing plane could be Teams searching for the missing plane MH370 are to use a special robotic submarine to search areas of the bottom of the Southern Indian Ocean - because it's so far down.
Quiz: Quiz of the week How much can you remember about last weeks biggest news stories? Find out with Newsround's quiz of the week!
Watch: The week's weirdest news stories Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week!
VIDEO: Children of Kabul Special Watch our Special on what life is like for kids in Kabul and their hopes for the future of Afghanistan.
VIDEO: Frontline Families Special Watch the latest of two Newsround special programmes in which we look at the impact war can have on military families.