Melissa Grant The lives of hundreds of children are being put at risk every year because their parents aren't restraining them properly in cars.
Staff writers Tired of being asked about their baby-making plans, Australian couple Matt and Abby decided to give a creative answer.
Peter Munro Facebook has been urged to strengthen its privacy controls after revelations a simple vulnerability could expose the personal data of users, including their mobile numbers.
AMBER ROBINSON I thought that if a man could cheat on Sienna Miller with the nanny, what chance did I have? But now I've changed my mind.
CALLAN BOYS For such a simple equation it's a wonder we haven't seen it at more cafes more often.
Craig Butt, Health Reporter More generic pain relievers for young children have been recalled because the plastic bottle lids can splinter when opened
KYLIE ORR My memories of those nights in my childhood are all about fun: sleepover excitement, staying up late, watching movies we probably weren't supposed to watch ... freedom.
JULIE POWER Inflatable and portable children's pools may be required to be sold with compulsory fencing to prevent backyard drownings, with some experts even floating the idea of a ban.
ANNA PATTY So far, 206 Samsung washing machines have caught fire and some have exploded. But many remain in people's homes.
Josefa Pete Would you know what to do in a fire emergency? How safe is your home and family?
MEGAN BLANDFORD What's the answer to these frustrations between couples? Do women need to stay home to reduce conflict? Or do men need to get over themselves?
ALLISON WORRALL Chemmart and Pharmacy Choice pain relievers for children have been urgently recalled due to the risk of the bottle splintering when opened.
Letitia Rowlands and Stuff NZ Gold-plating and swivelling luxury leather front seats - is this the future of baby and toddler car travel? It could be, if two concepts unveiled by high-end car manufacturers are anything to go by.
Tanith Carey While most nannies take pride in their work, there can be some who have a hidden side.
INGA TING A baby's smell, the noises it makes and even its gaze can contribute to the potential for a dog attack.
STEPHEN OTTLEY The result of a new study in accidents may surprise you.
Staff writers Can you spot him in the video? The child who loses his rubber ring, panics, and then almost drowns? It isn't easy.
JO HARTLEY Googling as a parent can be a dangerous thing, because it can potentially send us into a tail spin. But that doesn't mean we don't do it.
LETITIA ROWLANDS It's a common spice found in the pantries of homes around the world, but a grieving mother is warning of the dangers of cinnamon following the death of her four-year-old son.
Laura Walters, Josh Fagan and Vernon Small Mould on the walls and floors, and a cold draught, played a part in a two-year-old's death, a coroner has found.
Seamus Curtain-Magee For me, parenting is a team sport, and I was going to be down a team-mate. Here's what I learnt.
Candy Sagon To keep your produce fresher longer, remember these tips.
Kylie Orr Statistics confirm that these days our family is practically a walking freak show.
Amy Joyce We had six adults standing there, so I felt like I could relax a bit. After all, what could go wrong with so much supervision?
STEPHEN OTTLEY More than 50 million vehicles recalled for potentially lethal airbag fault - is your car affected?
Celia Walden They run their homes like domestic CEOs and work tirelessly to improve their family's social standing. And now, according to a new book, they want an annual perk from their husbands.
Staff writers A dog owner is warning of the dangers of the toy kinetic sand after her dog almost died eating it.
Georgina Mitchell Vegemite and chocolate sounds like an unlikely combination, but blocks of it will be hitting the shops next month.
Evelyn Lewin The thought of washing actually once made me smile. Washing no longer makes me smile. It makes me tired instead.
CATHERINE RODIE Every city comes with its own set of unique quirks, and there are some things that only Sydney parents will understand.
Sarah Harris A mystery man has literally paid it forward for a struggling mum at a supermarket.
MICHAEL KOZIOL If the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, give him grilled cheese.
Staff writers Some misguided husbands wonder just what stay-at-home mums do all day. Not Steven Nelms.
Michelle Fiddian I’m often asked: ‘How do I know when I should call an ambulance? Wouldn’t it be faster if I just drove there myself?’ But there are a few variables that can influence your decision.
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Staff writers Two Queensland families are grieving the loss of their toddler sons after the boys drowned in separate incidents last week.
Michelle Fiddian I’m not expecting you to be as calm as you might be right now. What I mean is that if your panic levels are through the roof during a stressful situation, let’s bring them down to just under the ceiling.
Sheryl Sandberg's advice
MICHAEL KOZIOL Forget foreplay. The new and improved route to intercourse is "choreplay" - it's good for your spouse, good for your house, and comes with the imprimatur of feminist du jour Sheryl Sandberg.
I'm A Celebrity
Fairfax Media Entertainment commentator Peter Ford has sparked uproar online with a vindictive tweet about working mother Chrissie Swan.
Meredith Hale I embarked on an experiment. I decided to quit my phone, cold turkey, for one week. I wanted to see if I really needed all that connectivity.
Jade Warne It's about time I did an analysis of my life so I can celebrate all that’s good - and often overlooked - about the lower middle class.
KYLIE ORR We have four kids. We could be the poster house for how not to display stuff. But I've discovered a new trick that's working ... for now.
Five second rule
LIVIA GAMBLE A survey found that 87 per cent of people would eat food after it was dropped on the floor - but here are four times you shouldn't.
ESTHER HAN Childcare centres and schools across NSW are on heightened alert after a health warning on potential hepatitis A cases linked with recalled frozen berries.
LETITIA ROWLANDS Thought your toddler could not love pancakes any more than they already do? How about if the breakfast treat came in the shape of every two-year-old's favourite cartoon character?
Brittany Ruppert and Timna Jacks A second person in NSW has been diagnosed with hepatitis A after consuming Nanna's frozen mixed berries.
Hayley Tsukayama This is not something that people like to talk about, but Facebook has announced that it will grant users more control over what happens to their pages after they die.
LETITIA ROWLANDS With Valentine's Day coming up, Nat Gilbert could be forgiven for thinking her husband might be planning a surprise for her.
An eight-month-old may never talk or breathe on his own after swallowing a button battery.
Staff writers A mum is outraged after being banned from her local pool following an altercation over her baby’s pram.
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