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‘She is cared for and feels that she belongs’ The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has shared its final report. In this series, we unpack what the commission’s 222 recommendations could mean for a more inclusive Australia. Report by...

Many children and young people are anxious about climate change, write Pauline Jones, Anne Hellwig and Annette Turney. What does it mean for their future? But can adults face the dilemma of how to talk to children about these incredibly serious issues without upsetting them further? We are...

Miniature-sized parks could help insert more public recreational spaces into our cities. In growing cities, where we need to squeeze the most out of every parcel of land, where do we find the space for new parks and other outdoor recreational areas? Some inner-city councils are turning...

Young Australians increasingly get news from social media, but many don’t understand algorithms, write researchers Tanya Notley, Michael Dezuanni and  Sora Parr. Adults might assume young people are not engaged in current affairs. But our survey reveals most Australian children and teenagers have a significant interest in...

Researcher Liam Burke looks at why Australian parents want locally made TV for their kids Australian kids today have greater access to screen entertainment than any generation before. Across smartphones, tablets, laptops and the old-school TV set, streaming services mean there is an endless supply of...

Parenting teenagers is more challenging than ever. A new book by Eileen Berry, called Teens 101 combines all her previous guides into a compendium covering all the bases about being a teen. Now, more than ever, parents are looking for support and guidance. Known for its...

One of the most typical Portuguese desserts, it's always present at celebrations from birthdays to weddings. It’s super easy to make. Just remember to stir the rice gently so you don't disturb the crust on the base of the pan, or you’ll end up with...

The Murdoch Children's Research Institute study in 2019 found that it’s very common to experience difficulties with infant sleep at some point in the first year, with about 60 per cent of mothers reporting mild or fluctuating problems. But for 20 per cent of mothers,...

In the world of modern science, Casper and his mom, Daisy, are a pretty big deal. Fourteen-month-old Casper has Achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism. But thanks to a scientific breakthrough, Casper may outgrow his condition. Achondroplasia is the most common type of dwarfism and affects...