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Swaddle Up and Support Grieving Parents

October is Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month. As a way of honouring more than 103,000 babies lost through miscarriage each year, Aussie business LOVE...

Mum’s fun career change

Pakenham mum Sarah Fenton was working part-time in an office when she decided to embark on a new and somewhat noisy adventure...

Pregnant mums unaware of drinking risk

It's not new information that alcohol and babies do not mix and yet latest research shows some alarming results. Almost a third...

Mum wants negative stigma around c-sections to change

Boronia mum Samantha Lamour was pretty relaxed about her birth plan, except for the possibility of having a caesarean. Samantha didn’t judge other women for...

Parents worried about dealing with online risks

Less than half of Australian parents feel confident in dealing with online risks their kids may face, including cyber bullying and sexting. And 95 per...

Kids can win cash in ATO competition

High school students can improve their financial literacy - and possibly their bank balance - thanks to a competition from the Australian Tax Office. The...

Headspace to be established in Monash

Headspace is coming to Monash. The service, which supports the mental wellbeing of young people, is expected to be established next year. The federal government announced...

More Bluey on the way

Get ready to lap up more Bluey. The beloved Aussie animated kids series has been renewed for a second season. Production has already begun on the...

Australia’s most popular baby names

Australian parents can't get enough of the names Oliver and Charlotte. Oliver has been the nation's most popular boy’s name since overtaking Jack in 2013. Charlotte...

Most kids driven to school

Seven out of 10 children are being driven to school, research shows. That's despite more than half of primary students living within 2km of their...

Mobile phones to be banned at state schools

Victorian students will soon be banned from bringing mobile phones to class. From Term 1 next year, students at Victorian state schools will be required...

Helping parents during the pandemic

It’s no surprise many parents and carers need a little extra help for managing the lockdown period and remote learning. Psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg will hold...