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Communication is the key

A LOVE of children, mixed with the gift of the gab, led Janelle Curry to her dream job. The Mount Martha resident now spends...

Play it safe around the pool

SUMMER is just around the corner, but it’s never too early to get in the pool! Swimming lessons are available at pools all year round,...

Nurturing as nature intended

BREASTFEEDING isn’t something that comes naturally to all women. Pakenham mum and maternal child health nurse Candice Purvis would know, after struggling for weeks to...

Do you know what your kids are up to online?

Almost everywhere you look, there are children playing on their parents' mobiles or watching a YouTube video on the family iPad. It’s an easy option...

The old issues are the new normal, too

IT’S a classic scenario: You are in the middle of your grocery shopping, when all of a sudden the child who was clinging to...

Emma Gets Her Wiggle On

EMMA Watkins represents “the new generation of Wiggles” While she came from a background in dance, and began ballet lessons at just four, the 25-year-old...

Stem Cell Treatment for Karter

JESSIKA Mylne and Ben Evans were ecstatic when they found out she was pregnant with twins last year. But shortly after the birth, the...

E!News Star speaks fashion, breast cancer and babies

They are an A-list pair who entertained screaming fans on Friday, but Giuliana and Bill Rancic took some time out of their busy schedule...

Bonding over Treacher Collins Syndrome

TWO young girls with a rare genetic disorder had a once in a lifetime experience when they met a UK star. Eight-year-old twins Abbey and...

Joy after Post Natal Depression

Single mother of four Katie Lithgow gets a of love from her young brood,  but for several years the Pakenham woman felt sad and...

Rough Road for Riley

  Pakenham couple Kim and Glen Cook were thrilled when they found out they were pregnant with their first child. But they never expected all...

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Helping young parents establish careers

The Young Parents Education Program (YPEP) is enabling youth aged 13-22, the opportunity to finish Year 12 and establish a career path.