The stage adaption of the comical children’s book Thai-riffic! by Oliver Phommavanh is a modern take on multiculturalism and growing up in Australia, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
With the nation about to go to the polls, two young Australians – not yet old enough to vote – appeal to voters to consider a number of issues that will affect their futures.
Leading child protection organisation Bravehearts has opened registrations for their eighth 777 Marathon, which will see runners complete seven marathons in seven states across seven days, to raise funds to support their important work.
The City of Sydney is calling on children aged from three to twelve to take part in their Little Sydney Lives photography competition.
The largest Lunar New Year celebration outside Asia has begun right here in Sydney. Tileah Dobson has the lowdown on the various events and activities.
Three University of NSW climate scientists have revealed how they talk to their children about climate change, in the wake of the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
Country music superstar Dolly Parton has announced a charity dress rehearsal of 9 to 5 The Musical in Sydney to raise funds for her children’s literacy initiative, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Australia.
Australia Post has gone into festive mode, encouraging kids to send letters to Santa Claus with brand new Christmas stamps.
Young families have welcomed City of Sydney Councillor Linda Scott’s call for a debate over the cancellation of Sydney’s 9pm New Year’s Eve fireworks.
A new safety app has launched in Australia featuring an ‘I’m Not OK’ button, ensuring that help is that help is just one button press away.
For Mel W, being a single mum putting her kids through remote learning has its challenges – but it’s nothing a little disco can’t help her navigate.
As climate targets continue to be ignored and the climate crisis intensifies, biological clocks are winding down, writes Clare Hennessy.
Youth editor Corin Shearston profiles Redfern Jarjum College – a unique school for Indigenous students.
A rapidly changing world has inspired the new theatrical season of the Australian Theatre For Young People (ATYP).
When Sunny Grace’s dog gave her a black eye, it brought up issues and questions around domestic violence, and the way society handles it.