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Donunt systems
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House Cleaning
Price: $25 hour
Hi. I have a facebook page called Perfection on Cleaning. Please feel free to pop...

Mums and Bubs exercise classes
Price: $40 for 4 weeks
Kangatraining Toowoomba is starting a new mums and bubs exercise class, starting this Thursday 17th...

Price: $3/Child
Commencing Wednesday 9th August, 3.30pm - 4.15pm @ Highfields Sport & Recreation Park, Cabarlah Park...

The Jungle Body Konga® Kids
Price: $5/Child
Commencing Tuesday 8th August, 2017, 3.30pm - 4.15pm @ Trinity Lutheran Church Hall, 266 Hume...

Garage sale
Garage sale @ 70 Holberton st Rockville this Saturday from 10 am. Garden, household, kitchen....

Latest Discussions

Curious Kids: Why do adults think video games are bad?

Article from The Conversation

This is an article from Curious Kids, a new series for children. The Conversation is asking kids to send in questions they’d like an expert to answer. All questions are welcome – serious, weird or wacky! I want to know why adults think video games are bad because the adults around my neighbourhood are ANNOYING me […] read more

Sharing photos of your children online

When sharing photos of your children, please keep in mind the possible risks that could arise from doing this. Below is a list for you to refer to. Please remember to have your privacy settings on high and remember who you are willing to let view your photos before accepting friend requests. 1. Digital Kidnapping […] read more

Kids’ vitamin gummies: unhealthy, poorly regulated and exploitative

Article from The Conversation

There are many brands of kids’ “gummies” on the market. They are promoted as deliciously flavoured and a great way for growing bodies (and fussy eaters) to get the nutrients they need. The “active” ingredients are usually listed as vitamins, minerals and sometimes omega-3 fats and vegetable powders. They may say “contains sugars” or they […] read more

Naplan is a mess and has little benefit. Parents should withdraw their kids

Article from The Guardian

Naplan was supposed to guide teacher training, shape curriculum, and inform resource distribution. Now it’s just used as a marketing tool. There was no Naplan when I started teaching in 1990 at Doveton High, which was re-named Joseph Banks Secondary College as a way off shaking off the stigma associated with a suburb that had […] read more

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