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Students learning today for tomorrow’s world

The World of work is changing. According to the World Economic Forum, 65% of children entering school today will enter employment in jobs that...

Childcare costs to be cheaper for families

Families with two or more children in childcare are set to save thousands of dollars in fees each year. Childcare subsidies for second and subsequent...

Extended learning gives children a great start

Five hours of subsidised three-year-old kindergarten will be offered at all Knox City Council-run kindergartens from 2022. Together with existing four-year-old kindergarten services, the...

Playground: Wellesley Road Reserve, Glen Waverley

Wellesley Road Playspace ticks a lot of boxes. But most importantly of all - it's fully fenced. Which is always good when you've got a...

Talaskia Reserve, Upper Ferntree Gully

It's right in the heart of the Angliss medical precinct, but you'd be forgiven for not realising what a gem of a playground Talaskia...

Mum’s pre-term labour starts on day of baby shower

At just 31 weeks pregnant, Ashleigh Laing was about to welcome guests to her baby shower when she started showing signs of pre-term labour. It...

Getting fit while busy bringing up the kids

After Covid-19 lockdowns, lives across Australia have changed. Mums (and dads) are working longer hours, many of them at home, leaving many to question when...

While away autumn days with a picnic

Autumn has to be one of the most magical times of the year to spend in Melbourne. Most days are warm and sunny, but...

Sharing culture with the world

Percy Shozi could never find what he was looking for. He went to book shop after book shop In search of a book whose characters...

Bluey top of the music charts

Cheese and crackers! Bluey: The Album has made history by reaching number 1 on the ARIA Album Chart, becoming the first children’s album to take...

Driveway safety is important

Most journeys start and end at the driveway. KidSafe Victoria says this is exactly the reason that particular care is needed. Every year an average...

Rec redevelopment opens

 Keen netballers, basketballers, vollyballers and gymnasts are celebrating the reopening of the redeveloped Oakleigh Recreation Centre. The $26M redevelopment of the centre is the...

Mum’s amazing act to save young son

Six-year-old Jake Shiels had only two days left on life support when his mum gave him an incredible life-saving gift. The Cranbourne North boy was...