Sarah Berry Despite an abundance of bizarre baby names, most people tend to have a far more sedate sensibility.
Effie Mann It’s tough being 28 and still looking like a teenager
Sarah Berry Meet Ashley. She’s "tall, sweet, smart, caring and non-judgmental”, lives in Sydney and is 24-years-old...
Andrew Hornery It is not just Buckingham Palace celebrating the news of a new heir on the way, but also Australia’s legion of women’s magazines.
Daisy Dumas There was a certain inevitability about the next round of royal-themed kitsch: the royal baby keepsake.
Shelly Horton I don't want children. Why do so many people have a problem with that?
Sarah Berry The placenta of a pregnant woman absorbs more than just nutrition and oxygen, a new study has found.
Nicholas Day How cultural differences in mother-baby interaction affect a child's personality.
London There's still no sign of Britain's royal baby, even though the world's media have been camped for three weeks outside the London hospital where Prince William's wife Catherine is due to give birth.
Shelly Horton I'm so sick of the pressure on new mums to hide their bellies until they lose the baby weight.
Tizzie Hall's advice on getting babies to sleep has made her a rich woman. But she is both adored and reviled by new parents for her controversial methods, writes Julia May.
Kate Hagan Controlled crying improves infants' sleep, reduces mothers' depression and does not cause any long-term harm, a Melbourne study has shown.
Natalie Bochenski Salt n Pepa? AC/DC? Katy Perry? Who sings the best sex song?
Tim Barlass From March 1, it will be a crime to enter into a commercial surrogacy agreement paying a willing mother at a clinic in India, as Krista and Matt Geary have done with their new daughter Elizabeth.
Yuko Narushima AUSTRALIA'S first paid parental leave scheme places undue administrative stress on employers, the opposition and business groups say.
Surrogacy has been a sleeper issue, but it's about to wake up, writes Brian Robins.
The image of Adam Goodes weeping after the Sydney Swans' win over Geelong last August is etched into the memory of fans.
Adele Horin MOST couples assume having children will make them happier. But time and again researchers find parents are no happier than childless couples. More often children seem to bring unhappiness.
Devil in the detail
Tamara McLean Naming your new bundle of joy Lucifer has been effectively banned by New Zealand's names registrar after three parents had the odd request knocked back.
Michelle Griffin Middle-class divorcees risk poverty and homelessness as they grow older.