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· Stephanie on 28 January 2015 07:17:41 ·
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Animal instincts: Bindi Irwin has message
Bindi Irwin has a lengthy to-do list for 2015.
The 16-year-old Australian wants to finish her schooling, learn to drive, continue her work in films, encourage kids around the world to get outdoors more, spread the word of wildlife conservation and continue the legacy of her father, the late Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" Irwin.
"I'm excited for 2015. I have a lot of projects on the horizon," Bindi said in a phone call from her home Down Under.
"I'm graduating school this year, which is brilliant, and I just got my learner's license for driving. I'm driving my dad's old ute," she said.
We will definitely be doing a graduation project for her when she's finished. If you sent in a message or video before, I still have them so they will be included in the new book and video. We will add more messages to the book and the "Class of 2014" graphics will be replaced with "Class of 2015." If anyone wants to send in a video, it will be added to the end of the old video when the final project is posted.
To celebrate our great nation, Australian Regional Media has spoken to a range of important characters - from state leaders to reality stars, wildlife warriors to journalists - for the series: "From The Heart: Aussie Icons Speak Out."
Television personality Ray Martin - once named the Prince of Interviewers - weighs in on why he does not consider Australia to be racist, even as he calls our record on Aboriginal rights "a festering sore".
You will hear novel ways of how Bindi and Terri Irwin keep Australia in their hearts, even when they are flying abroad.
The series of filmed interviews and their stories will run online from January 27, each day until early February.