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We must not teach our children a “thanks for the land” version of Australian history | Sisonke Msimang
Addressing racism begins with facts, not fables that make non-Indigenous people feel good

Sisonke Msimang

01, Jul, 2022 @8:00 PM

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We fight all the time since our twins were born. Should we get divorced? | Ask Annalisa Barbieri
Parenting is hard, but splitting up won’t make things easier. Explore the alternatives and try to imagine different futures

Annalisa Barbieri

01, Jul, 2022 @1:00 PM

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Teenager moved into Logan Mwangi’s home days before murdering him
Craig Mulligan, 14, detained for at least 15 years for murder of five-year-old in south Wales

Steven Morris

30, Jun, 2022 @6:01 PM

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Negativity is hampering children’s homes’ ability to provide good care | Letter
Letter: Excessive focus on normal safeguarding processes is compounding the shortage of residential childcare capacity, writes Peter Sandiford


30, Jun, 2022 @4:47 PM

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Allowing babies in the Commons would humanise it | Letters
Letters: Rachel Phipps says we need to create a society where mothers with babies are welcomed not excluded. Plus letters from Martin Cooper and Jack Winter


30, Jun, 2022 @4:46 PM

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Boy, seven, to cycle from London to Paris in honour of late father
Bereavement charity to benefit from ride by Rupert Brooke in honour of his late father

Safi Bugel

30, Jun, 2022 @4:10 PM

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Backwards step on Closing the Gap action as early childhood development for Indigenous Australians falls short
Declines were more pronounced in remote areas compared to major cities and girls overall did better than boys

Mostafa Rachwani

29, Jun, 2022 @5:30 PM

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Councils pledge not to ignore families’ warnings about vulnerable children
Alarms raised by relatives of Star Hobson and Arthur Labinjo-Hughes were disregarded before their deaths

Richard Adams, Education editor

28, Jun, 2022 @5:44 PM

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‘Bought like a chicken’: struggle to end wahaya slavery in Niger
Al-Husseina Amadou was just one of thousands of girls in west Africa who are still bought cheaply as a wahaya, or ‘fifth wife’

Fred Harter in Niamey

28, Jun, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Serious incidents more common in for-profit children’s homes in England
Privately run homes have more police callouts and staff complaints than council ones, data shows

Tom Wall

28, Jun, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Young people must report harmful online content, says UK watchdog
Ofcom says 67% of 13 to 24-year-olds have seen harmful content on social media, but only 17% report it

Dan Milmo

26, Jun, 2022 @11:01 PM

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UK is failing fostered children with mental health problems, warns charity
Report suggests half of all foster carers are looking after a child with complex needs

Donna Ferguson

26, Jun, 2022 @8:00 AM

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