OPINION: I don't know whether suicide bombers have the same desire for infamy as mass shooters, but I'm not taking the chance.
Dad's 3-year-old was on the verge of a tantrum, so he handed the child a potato. That's right, a potato.
A gay father accused of inappropriately touching his son said United's apology isn't enough.
New Zealand society needs an attitude change to fight suicide statistics, Mike King says.
There were tears, spilt milk and much drool. But I survived the 17 hours on a plane with a 3-month-old. Here's how.
Following your dreams is not realistic, says finance expert Hannah McQueen.
Adeboye and Ajibola Taiwo battled infertility for almost two decades. Their persistence paid off - sixfold.
"I think we're all doing a much better job than our own fathers did."
Remember those pictures of babies as butterflies? They're all grown up.
Christchurch couple Rod and Mel Brown have a 3-year-old and another on the way.
Make your kids hungry to earn money.
OPINION: "If you know a young girl and there's a big pop tour coming up you think she'd like to go to, take her. Now, more than ever."
A UK psychologist has suggested far-flung holidays may harm kids' mental health. But Kiwi mums disagree.
Put my career aside to have children young? No thanks. At 41, I'm 20 weeks pregnant and I wouldn't have it any other way.
"Assess if they have been reassured or ... consider offering that they not go if it is too scary."
Telling young people to follow their dreams and passions can be disastrous, a financial adviser says.
It's called MotherFunk and it involves baby-wearing mums getting their groove on.
OPINION: The toddler has a point. Phones are distracting and they shouldn't rule our lives.
An African theme, celebrity guests and a henna belly tattoo - welcome to Queen Bey's baby shower.
OPINION: Why concerts have replaced sporting events as "experiences" for young Kiwis.
The entire world has agreed to never leave a car seat outside again.
Young people are unprepared to learn how to love and develop caring, healthy romantic relationships.
There are three reasons: obesity, chemical exposures and stress.
On her sister's big day, Kate Middleton is every mum at a wedding - stressed out and dropped in it.
Experts warn parents to think twice before uploading pictures of their kids to Facebook.
A cancer sufferer who has dedicated her life to helping the homeless faces living in a car with her son.
Ear-cleaning injuries range from perforated ear drums to hearing loss and facial paralysis.
Wellington libraries have bought PlayStations to attract kids - but some parents are not happy.
Staffing shortages hit learn-to-swim programmes raising water-safety concerns.
Is it possible to create cute children's rooms with four kids and a budget? Bianca Acke says yes.