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Missed out on the month's biggest news stories?
It's your lucky day because we've got it covered for you
on Whoops I Missed Newsround.
New year, same old Mr News.
You'll be howling at this... hopefully!
And we've got more Junior Journos.
This year I'm going to be going to high school.
First up, he's our very own bulletin-busting, headline-hitting
master of all things news.
It's Mr News!
What a month!
What a year so far!
We've had noodle-knitting,
we've had the world's first double back-flip in a snowmobile, oh,
and the sad news that I accidentally shrunk my Mr News T-shirt
in the wash. But the good news is,
I got a new one for Christmas. Yay!
What do you mean, it looks the same?
It was new year, new President for America,
as Donald Trump officially took office at the White House.
Lots of people were excited about him taking over...
I feel he's a great businessman,
I feel he's going to do a great job as our President.
And lots of people weren't...
He's our new President, I can't do anything about it, so, meh!
Trump taking over meant it was time for former President, Barack Obama,
to say goodbye. And in his final speech,
he had this to say to his supporters.
Yes, we can.
Oh, sorry, Mr Obama, but you can't,
you're not President any more.
-Yes, we can.
-No, you can't.
Yes, we can.
# No, you can't No, you can't, no, you can't! #
It was out with the old and in with the new
at the Natural History Museum too.
Dippy's days are numbered. The famous dinosaur
which greets visitors to the Natural History Museum
will be dismantled tomorrow.
He's making way for a new skeleton of a blue whale.
Well, let's face it, he has become a bit of a dinosaur!
And there was more good news for whales - the animals,
not the country,
as SeaWorld in San Diego, America, held their last-ever show,
featuring performing Orcas,
after people complained it was cruel to keep them in activity.
Ed Sheeran was making waves as well,
as he pulled off a world first in the music charts.
# I released two singles at the same time
# You're allowed to do it
# It's not a crime
# One went to number one and the other to number two. #
Back in the UK, there was some truly shocking weather news!
Parts of the UK have been getting
their first taste of snow this winter.
-At the moment we've some very cold air coming in from the Arctic.
-..Even in the south. Look at this rain...
The weather didn't stop Prime Minister Theresa May
from explaining her plans for Brexit.
A little over six months ago, the British people voted for change.
No. No. No.
This would have been much more entertaining
if she'd done it in rhyme.
If Brexit means Brexit
Then we'll flex it to exit
The EU may wrecks it
And try and block our exit.
And whilst the Government debated the finer details of leaving the EU,
Newsround held its own debate, about homework.
Today, in this classroom,
with eight for homework and two against it, homework has won it.
Wow! Thumbs up for homework!
That was unexpected.
That wasn't. And that was the month that was January!
Thanks, Mr News. Great work.
But hot on his heels and with your own stories of the month,
it's time to hear from you lot, our Junior Journos!
Hi, my name is Maddison,
and this year I'm going to be going to high school,
and I'm quite nervous
but a little excited because all my friends are going.
I'm got a merit from school
because of my handwriting
and last but not least,
I am trying for a green badge.
I've already got a blue one and a silver one.
I just have want to tell you my news because my mummy's having twins.
We find out this Friday...
..what sex it is or gender.
Thank you, CBBC. Bye!
What busy lives you all lead.
And if you fancy joining in on the fun,
just record 15 seconds of yourself reporting on your own tip-top news,
and upload it to the Whoops web page.
Now, it might be cold and wet outside
but that hasn't stopped these incredible kids
from getting out there and hitting the headlines.
It's time to meet our, Headline Heroes.
My name is Nia.
These guys are the junior world champions in their age group.
Jujitsu is a marshal art which combines the grappling of judo
with the kicking and punching of karate in boxing.
I think I'm good at jujitsu because I put my heart and soul into it.
I train as much as I possibly can.
I'm really good at jujitsu, because I've been practising for four years.
I like beating the boys in it.
Since I enjoyed it, I kept on doing it
and then somehow I turned out to be this champion,
travelling around the world.
Meet Ben who's just got a step closer
to becoming a Paralympic star.
He needed to have his leg removed when he was younger and until now,
he needed a sports blade to help him train.
His parents would've had to, well,
find thousands of pounds to pay for it.
But changes in the way money is spent in hospitals
means for the first time kids who need them can get them for free.
With the help of the blade, Ben's aiming for a place at the Games.
I used to, not be able to, like, run as fast,
or able to kick a ball as well
but now I've got a good amount of power in my leg.
A new blade, for me,
can do a lot more than my prosthetic can do.
I play the violin.
-I play the cello.
-I play the piano.
-I play the violin.
-I play the cello.
Meet the Kanneh-Mason family.
They're all - you've guessed it - pretty musical.
You all play musical instruments, what's it like to play as a group?
So, when we all get together, it's really nice,
it's really noisy and I like that.
It's really nice playing with siblings,
cos it's easy to tell them what to do without putting it into words,
so you just kind of know what to do next.
-So you just look at people?
-Yeah, and they just know what to do.
I couldn't leave this musical home
without asking them for one special request.
Could you play the Newsround theme music?
THEY PLAY THE NEWSROUND THEME
Not bad, guys, not bad.
What a host of heroes. Amazing work.
Now, it's become a tradition to mash up Newsround
with another CBBC show and this month,
we're taking on the wonderful world of Wolfblood.
# I'm running with the... #
So there you have it, one whole month of 2017,
all wrapped up for you in a few minutes of TV gold.
So, until next time, my fellow newsies, this is Jenny signing off.