Development & Advice



Is it OK for parents to post photos of their children online?

Think before you post those pics of your kids online

You might think it's cute to snap a photo of your toddler running around in a playground or having a temper tantrum, and then posting it on social media. But did you ever think it might be a mistake, or even illegal?

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Behaviour and Discipline

Christmas shopping requires some strategies to defeat ''pester power''.

How to handle pester power

You might give older children some tasks - finding some of the items on your shopping list or helping put the groceries into bags - so they don't become bored and start to look for a quick-fix treat to overcome their discomfort.

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Special Needs

he advantages to having a brother or sister with special needs are numerous.

Eight things siblings of children with special needs struggle with

Having a sibling with special needs is a reality many children are born into, including my three typically developing children. Of all the things my children experience that I never did, their experience of growing up with a sister with significant disabilities is something I struggle to understand, even as I watch it unfold daily.

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It's going to be all quiet on the Westminster front as Big Ben is repaired.

Big Ben to fall silent for facelift

The Palace of Westminster's Big Ben tower is closing its doors to visitors in London for a three-year renovation project which will see the world-famous landmark swathed in scaffolding.

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