Tweens to Teens
"You are feeling very sleepy… very very sleepy. Now go and clean your room."
7 ways you can help them grow into being capable and confident.
Clothes are both their armour against critical peers and their mode of expression.
Being a parent can be exhausting. That's why it's vital to take care of yourself.
Parents share how they make time for sex.
"The Man in the Mirror" dance project challenges young people to change their community by changing themselves, its co-ordinator says.
What makes some parents more effective than others? Top tips.
"Instead of clapping, the students are free to punch the air, pull excited faces and wriggle about on the spot."
Do you, despite being dead-tired, stay up late because it's your only kid-free time?
Big sisters can be the worst when it comes to outing the antics of their younger siblings.
The models pose seductively in skimpy outfits. The captions use words like 'this beauty' and 'this angel'.
If Pokemon Go isn't your jam, you could try this boozier alternative: 'Chardonnay Go.'
'How can we help children navigate a world in which they will inevitably meet people who want to harm them?'
Touching story of a dad's awesome '30 for 30' adventure with his son who survived against all odds.
Andrew was only eight he first saw online pornography, but even then he knew there was no going back.
The dos and don'ts of dealing with sibling resentment.
Having these conversations can turn your kids into cash-savvy adults.
Getting your child to open up about their day can mean asking no questions.
It's been smooth sailing for students at Queen Charlotte College who have made it through to the final round of a national competition.
Mom to two challenging teens, this writer talks about the unexpected gifts of adolescence.
Young environmentalist can't imagine having an office job, eyes career looking after Abel Tasman.
Find out how best to cope when mood swings make life unbearable.
Huirangi Nepia spent hours on the phone with our reporter - this is what she shared.
A father of high school students lets us in on the latest teen speak.
Fifteen years after finishing high school herself, Kat Pickford goes back to school to learn about the challenges and opportunities Marlborough youth face today.
This guy's duckface is one Dad joke we can all appreciate.
Since intermediate school, Molly Lowndes has been viciously bullied, ridiculed and abused. And somehow she's grateful.
Disney Channel dancers set to bring a Wild Rhythm to New Zealand
It's all about communication and team work.
Technology is changing the way the world works a little more each day. We talk to experts about the latest crazes among youth.