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Mothercraft Nurse
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Mothercraft Nurse for postnatal and ongoing support Over 25 years experience Breastfeeding and settling advice Zoom or phone support available with individual guidance not one size fits all because all our babies are so unique ! Visit my Facebook page Jackie Waine Parentcraft Nursing or drop me a message 0414 760 445 Reasonable hourly rate

Sleep Consultant
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Certified Infant and Child Sleep Consultant birth to 5 year Is your family struggling with sleep? Does your child have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep? I can help! I improve sleep in children from birth to 5 years using proven techniques and strategies. I provide a family centered approach focusing on the needs of […]

The Great Australian Cross Country Challenge
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Do your kids love their running or sport and are missing their school cross country in 2020? The Great Australian Cross-Country Challenge enables them to run, anywhere, any time that suits and then upload results to our virtual results hub so they can compare their times to other participants in their school, state or Australia. […]

Darwin/Palmerston Portrait Photographer
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Hi, I’m Isabella, a Darwin/Palmerston Portrait Photographer. My main goal with my photography is to serve the community and capture memories. Getting photos done (whether that be candid or posed, indoor or outdoor) is so important because life is rushing by and I’m sure you want photos to remember the present in the future right? […]

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My name is Louise and I’m a Nutritionist in Palmerston that focuses on helping individuals create healthy habits to lose those extra kilos in a way that is sustainable long term. I am running a 6 Week Group Coaching Program (starts: Monday, 21 October 2019) which focuses on helping you create healthy habits and lose […]

Healthy Territory Kids – Palmerston Recreation Centre
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Healthy Territory Kids is a free nine-week program starting 15 October for families with a child between the ages of 7 and 13 and are concerned about their weight. The program provides education on diet, exercise and social factors associated with overweight and obesity in a supportive group environment. Register now at or call […]

Mini Movers – Free program for 3 to 5 year olds in Term Two at the Palmerston Recreation Centre
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Mini Movers is a free 4-week program starting on 15 October at 8am for 3 to 5 year olds. It focuses on fundamental movement skills in a fun games based environment. Spots are limited, enroll now at

Healthy Territory Kids
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For the primary school aged / younger teenagers, Healthy Territory Kids comes to Malak in term three. HTK – a free eight-week program supporting and educating 7 to 13 year olds above a healthy weight and their families to adopt healthier lifestyles commences Tuesday, 01 August at the Malak Community Centre. Email / call […]

Are you pregnant?
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Vitamin D is important for mums and babies in pregnancy, but we need to learn more about it. We need Aboriginal or Torres Strait women who are pregnant to be part of our research. If you are 20-34 week pregnant and interested we would love to speak with you. Phone or text 0436835570 or email […]

Premium foam play mat
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Premium quality foam play mats that look like a designer rug. Size adjustable to create the perfect space for your room. Perfect for bubs playtime and yoga/ stretching etc. For full range shop at Use code word DARWIN at checkout for 10% off. One of the co-owners has recently relocated to Darwin and although […]

Medela breast pump
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Medela hospital grade symphony breast pump for sale $1200 with free Tom tipped bottle steriliser.

Latest Discussions

Why students make silly mistakes in class (and what can be done)

Article from The Conversation

Children often find it difficult to solve problems in the classroom, which can lead to silly errors being made. But are these mistakes made because of carelessness? Or is there another reason to explain why this occurs? A theory of learning known as “cognitive load theory” can help shed light on why children make mistakes. […] read more

Dinnertime storytelling makes kids voracious readers

Article from The Conversation

As a young child, I loved to imagine myself as a pioneer girl in Little House in the Big Woods, eating fresh snow drizzled with maple syrup. I even pestered my mother to make this treat with the dirty snow that fell on our Manhattan sidewalk. Not a chance. Years later, I honored my young […] read more