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Zookeeping for a spectrum of Australian animals

Are you interested in learning what it takes to work in the zoo industry?How about working alongside an amazing array of Australian...

The secret of “balance” for working parents

Opinion by Rachel Hickingbotham You may not agree with me, but I believe that a perfect work-life balance is...

What is Novel Coronavirus?

Reports of the Novel Coronavirus have recently been in the media and schools in Victoria have been requested to...

Road safety reminder as kids go back to school

Kidsafe Victoria is urging all road users to be aware and take extra care around school zones with our children heading back...

All aboard for a summer train ride

Step back in time at Australia’s favourite steam train, Puffing Billy, located in the Dandenong Ranges. Puffing Billy is one of the finest...

Every baby needs a safe place to sleep – how you can help

By Rachel Hickingbotham Ten years ago, a group of mums were visiting their local Maternal and...

Australia’s biggest family: on holidays and at home

By Rachel Hickingbotham Travelling in a group of 21, when 16 of them are your own children is not...

Give the gift of memories

There comes a time as a parent of a teen (or tween) when toys no longer feature on the letter to Santa...

Don’t be too quick to judge

As we watched our removal truck maneuver into our new driveway, I noticed her. She stood across the...

“Pester-Power” losing its punch this Christmas

This time of year, parents are acutely aware of the ‘power of pester’: the constant asking, niggling and whining that kids typically turn on...

Teach your kids to give more this Christmas

“Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more” - H. Jackson Brown Jr. Is...

Where to drop of donations for Christmas

Donations Accepted up until Friday December 13thPlease donate toys & gifts for children ages 0-16 and gift vouchers for teenagers. Please also...

An ode to parents who homeschooled

Let’s raise a glass to all the mums and dads who have made their way through remote learning.