FYI: November's edition of Breeder's Digest contains poetry and piano.
A public referendum on legalising cannabis for personal use may be held by the 2020 election as part of a possible agreement between the Green and Labour parties. One mother shares her own story to explain why she's desperately hoping legalisation won't happen.
Want to introduce your small child to the favourite bands of your youth without scaring them with Little Earthquakes or Hounds of Love? Sam Brooks has you covered.
Last month, eight-year-old Nicholas wrote about his mums Katherine and Roanne, and the national referendum asking Australians to vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on the rights of rainbow families. We asked him to write again about the result of the vote, and what's next for his family.
Louisa Woods is a high school teacher and counsellor and a mother of three. She knows teenagers. Here she shares her advice on getting your teenage child to open up.
Today it's World Prematurity Day, and this month is Neonatal November. To mark the day Lee-Anne Duncan talks to Wellington Hospital's Dr Max Berry about the importance of neonatal research.
Mum of two Wendy Black pays tribute to the beauty of a kid's TV show featuring a pink hatted cat sheriff, a cactus friend, a blue horse, and a woodpecker.
Pollyanne Peña recently moved to Christchurch from Wellington, she has a brand new baby, and she's on the look out for new friends. In the first of a series in which she tests ways to find her mama coven, she goes to a speed dating event for mums.
Most of us have forgotten that we had to learn how to poo in a toilet. It can be scary and overwhelming for a child, and it's our job as parents to show empathy even when we are sick of cleaning up poo. Laura Morley is an expert in helping parents to help their children learn how to use a toilet. Here's her advice.