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New study to canvas the good and bad at home in the digital age

A world first study will investigate how Australian children from birth to 8-years-old use technology at home and with their families. The study will be...

Ready for action! Paw Patrol movie on its way

Get Ready to Race to the cinemas for some Paw Patrol action. The new Paw Patrol Movie, Ready Race Rescue, will hit Aussie cinemas on...

Mobile phone ban coming to classrooms

Mobile phones are a cause of constant distraction in Victorian classrooms - but not for much longer. The devices will be banned for all students...

Local teen makes TV debut

He’s got his own café in Windsor – and now budding entrepreneur Morgan Hipworth has his own TV show. It’s hard to believe he’s only...

The Real Dads of Melbourne

You might know them as the Real Dads of Melbourne, but Jarrad and Michael Duggan-Tierney and their son Reid say they are just your...

Our top baby names

Oliver and Olivia are Victoria's top baby names. Oliver was the state's most popular boys’ name for the fourth year running in 2018, while Olivia...

A smashing birthday trend

Giving your baby a cake to destroy may sound a bit crazy, but it makes for a great 1st birthday photo. And it seems cake...

Funny gender reveal fails

More and more couples are finding out their baby's sex by hosting gender reveal parties. Gender reveals often involve the expectant parents cutting into a...

Calls to raise criminal age

Australia’s peak medical body is calling for the age of criminal responsibility to be raised to 14 years. The age of criminal responsibility is the...

Bayside netball funding boost

Bayside netballers are closer to stepping on court at a new netball centre following a $4.7 million federal funding boost. Mayor Michael Heffernan welcomed the...

The link between gaming and gambling

The fixation of teens on popular video games like Fortnite, FIFA, Star Trek Online and many others can be overwhelming for parents. Many are concerned...

Glen Eira fires spark smoke alarm warning

Working smoke alarms save lives. However, many households have smoke alarms that don't work or none at all. Last year, Metropolitan Fire Brigade firefighters attended 69 residential...

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Snapshot: Breaking the bad habits of lockdown

A new survey has found many Australians wished they had consumed less alcohol during the lockdown period, with one Melbourne mum sharing her own...