Children’s favourites Fireman Sam, Noddy and Milkshake Monkey will be singing and dancing their way to Bangor, the only Northern Ireland location on their tour, to put on the most dazzling musical performance families will ever see. The Milkshake Live musical will revolve around Channel 5’s iconic Milkshake Monkey, whoRead More →

Children, families and nurseries are being asked to put their best foot forward once again for Barnardo’s NI. Last year’s annual Big Toddle fundraiser saw thousands of under-fives take part in short, sponsored “toddles” to raise money for the UK’s largest children’s charity. In 2018, 20,000 children, young people andRead More →

The Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS) has launched the 151st Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank. Northern Ireland’s largest agri-food event once again promises four fun-filled days for all the family.  Taking place at Balmoral Park, Lisburn from 15-18 May 2019, the Show prides itself on offering something forRead More →

Explore Belfast City Centre with the kids this Easter and hunt down 10 coloured Easter Eggs hidden in local shops, cafes and restaurants, for a chance to win a family prize package worth £300*. The Easter Egg Hunt runs from Friday 12 to Sunday 28 April. The Family Prize PackageRead More →

Stena Line launches free non-landing trips for school kids LEADING ferry company Stena Line is inviting Northern Ireland primary school classes to take to the seas and enjoy a school day with a difference as the company launches a first of its kind school’s initiative to introduce children to ferryRead More →

More than a fifth of parents would rather their child earned a decent wage as an adult than grew up to be kind or honest, new research has revealed. One sixth of mums and dads already have a career in mind for their child, with 25 per cent admitting toRead More →

Parents are being shamed by their own children – for bad recycling practices, according to new research. A poll of 2,000 mums and dads of children aged five to 18 found one in six believe their kids know more about what can be recycled than they do. And four inRead More →

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has warned the general public of the dangers of swimming in disused quarries. As the Easter holidays and summer period approaches, the likelihood of good weather brings additional risks. Parents are urged to speak to their children about the dangers thatRead More →

DUP MP Sammy Wilson has shown his support for the NSPCC’s campaign to regulate tech firms as parents tell of the devastating effects of social media on their children’s lives. Mr Wilson was one of 30 MPs who attended the Houses of Parliament this week (Monday, March 11) for theRead More →