Having run in the “wrong direction” after losing a baby at 10 weeks and cheating death himself, Kimbokol Kolstad is now cruising in mind and body.
From the highest of highs to a psychologist’s chair in six months, dad of two David Woollcott shares his mental health story.
There aren’t any classes that teach you how to be a dad, just lots of learning as you go. Anthony Peyton shares his discovery that sometimes some of the best lessons are taught to us by our kids.
In this Heart Talk, Lewy reflects on a life of preoccupation, and urges his girls to be ever-present adults.
At some point your kids will stop believing in Santa, but does this apply to dads too? Raph Tripp explains why he feels as invisible as the man in the red suit.
Step into spring while celebrating Father’s Day with these cool, wallet-friendly gift ideas.
An underwear company has launched the world’s first vasectomy registry as “March madness” hits the basketball court and urologist’s theatre.
The Lab – Australia’s technology club for young autistic people – is celebrating 10 years of amazing work with a ‘SuperLab’ virtual event.
Short on time, dad? Check out these four quick and delicious recipes to keep your family happy, and full.
Battling illness and pandemic constraints, James Colver and his nine-year-old son Shepherd recently completed a ride across America together.
To mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Cure Cancer’s ‘Buddy Box’ aims to support kids undergoing treatment in a time of limited visits from loved ones.
Melbourne dad of three Sam Chew has overcome grief and COVID-19 hardship to be awarded Victorian Father of the Year for 2021.
Nutella is celebrating the start of the Australian spring with a series of kid-friendly recipes. Try them out with the kids this Father’s Day weekend!
Becoming a new dad is exhilerating, but it can also be stressful. Rookie dad Stephen Jones offers six tips to make a great start in your fatherhood journey.
If you’re a parent seeking to banish lockdown boredom, Kidsbook have some pretty cool online activities available.
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