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Women’s health assessment
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• WOMEN’S HEALTH • Have a read of this article published in the Sydney Morning Herald. “The test all new mums should get before returning to exercise!!”  Pushing yourself too hard post baby increases the risk of * Urinary incontinence (30% of new mums) * Painful intercourse (up to 60% of women) * Hernias * […]

Mums & Bubs Exercise class
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MUMS & BUBS // • Limited spots • 3 per class • Physiotherapist run • Private health rebates • Monday and Tuesday mornings • Core and pelvic floor Ph 89418555 to reserve your spot #core #pelvicfloor #pilates #clinicalpilates #postnatal #physiodarwin #elitephysio #elitephysiotherapynt

Earthside Birth Services with Leisa Masters
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Do you want to feel inspired, prepared and confident? Contact me to find out how being supported and nurtured during your pregnancy will transform your experience.

Looking for room to rent
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Hi, I’m looking for a room to rent for a single mum with an almost three year old. Anywhere in the Darwin region, but don’t like to live alone, so wanting to share with another single mum or like-minded kind families. Please call or email me if you know of anything or you yourself have […]

Buckle Up Baby Darwin
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“Buckle Up Baby Darwin” is an accredited MOBILE CHILD RESTRAINT INSTALLATION fitting/checking & conversion service. Open 7 days per week. We travel to you! Home-Hospital-Business & Beyond. For further information, please visit:

Christmas Crafting Workshops – Make Your Own Gifts
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Meet Sachi Hirayama, Creative Producer of Darwin Community Arts, Co-founder and Vice-chair of Malak Marketplace Incamd freelance media coordinator for Japanese Media and artist extraordinaire. Visit us anytime between 10am-1pm to learn to make your own Christmas gifts on; Saturday 17 November – Origami Ornaments & Decorations Monday 26 November – Jewellery Making These sessions […]

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>> G I V E A W A Y << F R E E | F I R M I N G | F R I D A Y NERIUM IS TURNING 2 ☀️ WHO DOESN'T LOVE A FREE GIFT!! 🎁 . BIKINI IN A BOTTLE 👙 . Get summer ready. Feel confident, have fun […]

Award Winning Children’s Author Jacqueline Harvey is coming to Darwin!
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I’m excitedly counting down the days until I head to Darwin! I’ll be up there from Monday 22 – Thursday 25 October and can’t wait to explore the city and visit lots of local schools (and the famed Bookshop Darwin) on my travels. It will be my first trip to the TOP END so if […]

Little One Outdoors
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Little One Outdoors is a family business stocking the beautiful Australian designed Pixie Rugs. All our Pixie Rugs are extra-large (2.2 x 1.6m), have a slightly padded surface, 100% waterproof backing, hose washable and come in a handy mesh carry bag. For more information:

JellybeanStreet Darwin
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Jellybeanstreet artworks are colourful, raw and emotive pieces inspired by the creative young minds of children. We host monthly workshops in Darwin to encourage creativity, messy fun and laughter, before teaming up with professional graphic artists to transform the works into stunning prints in all the colours of the rainbow. We are proud to donate […]

Rodan and Fields Skincare
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Rodan and Fields Skincare Are you looking for skincare that actually works and is clinically proven to do so? Rodan and Fields skincare is the: – #1 and fastest growing skincare brand in the US and Canada and is now available in Australia (you can purchase through my website – see below). – #1 premium […]

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