'He carried his baby boy’s casket at the service'

"...seriously a moment I will never forget."

This mum fears her son will be bullied because of his name

Levi

It has attracted unwelcome remarks from friends and strangers

'Men shouldn't have to support their ex if they remarry'

Why are we stuck with a system that’s flawed?

What predators look for in photos of children posted online

Girl holding acorn and colorful leaf in autumn park. Child picking acorns in a bucket in fall forest with golden oak and maple leaves. Children play outdoors. Kids playing and hiking in the woods. Thinkstock image

It's taken Erin a long time to write about her experience.

Qld mummy blogger hosts Instagram live chat: 'To Vax Or Not'

Leila Stead who blogs as the Single Mum Diaries

The live chat covered the vaccine debate from both sides

Egg donation: give the gift of life this Easter

Sarah with two of her donor babies Olivia (left) and Georgia (right)

Egg donation is the ultimate gift of life.

From hospital bed to six-day, 250km desert run

IN TRAINING: Neil Collie runs trails around the scenic Glass House Mountains area in preparation for the 250km Big Red Run.

How a stroke survivor will tackle a gruelling desert ultra marathon

Most venomous fish in world found near shore

A stonefish was recently caught by a fisherman at Caloundra.



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Sting can cause muscular paralysis and even heart failure.

WINE REVIEW: A toast to the fallen for Anzac Day

ANZAC Day. The day when we and our Kiwi brethren forget trans-Tasman rivalries and pause to remember the young men shipped across the seas to a foreign shore.

WEEKEND COOK: Slice takes inspiration from the Anzac biscuit

This delicious slice uses the same ingredients as the popular Anzac biscuit.

Sweet slice takes twist from popular First World War snack

WINTER WARMERS: Recipes perfect for your slow cooker

Baked lemon ricotta and ginger cheesecakes, by Sally Wise.

Sally Wise shares three of her slow cooker favourites.

DAN AND STEPH: Cheesecake with difference salutes Anzacs

A baked cheesecake with a base inspired by Anzac biscuit recipes.

Orange cheesecake takes advantage of rolled oats biscuit base

Food rich with history and flavour

Emiko Davies shares rustic, tasty dishes from Tuscany's silver coast

Beef up on three great cuts

Discover great ways to cook beef this autumn

KFC spends $105m on a 'new' burger

Wait, don't we already have one of those?

Five cost efficient ways to ensure your home stays warm

WHILE our winters are mild comparatively, the cooler months can catch us unprepared if we don't take some action to warm our houses.

Here's the good oil on lavender

Lavender essential oil has multiple uses.

From cleaning to deodorising, there are many uses for this oil

Could this be the end of Kmart as we know it?

Wesfarmers' brands.

The battle within Wesfarmers for discount department stores

Make big changes to home at a small price

Wallpaper, like this pattern available from wallpapershop.com.au, is back in vogue.

Check out what is back in vogue

Perfect time to plant a bloom of respect

The Flanders poppy.

Learn more about the Flanders poppy

Johno's living the good life down on The Farm

The Farm general manager Johno Hunter is passionate about good food and truly believes they are re-writing the book on what can be done with food.

Keeping life sustainable down on the farm

Easy to grow winter treats a must for the cold gardening season

Get your garden in a purple patch with Violet Sicilian cauliflower.

The winter treats you need to get in your garden

Get to know your gingers and how to grow them

There are more than 1300 species of ginger worldwide, including this curcuma alismatifolia blossom in Thailand.

There are actually more than 1000 types of ginger

Better Homes host visits Northern Rivers

Frangipani Grove's John (Tom) Lawler and Dennis Schmidt are expert breeders and can't get enough of these beautiful flowers at their amazing farm at Pimlico.

Graham Ross still captivated by his first plant love, the frangipani

How would you cope having numerous wives?

The inside story on Maasai culture including sleeping arrangements and who builds the hut.

OPINION: What it feels like to stand at Gallipoli

Gravestones are a reminder of Anzac Cove's tragic history.

A poignant place of rugged beauty

Where to find luxury in the African bush

Maasai women must build a home for their husbands once they are wed.

Glamping in Kenya and Tanzania

Kokoda Track our other coming of age

Endless creek crossings dot the Kokoda Trail with bridges in various states of repair; above right, one of the last fuzzy wuzzy angels, Ovuru Ndiki, with writer Jo Leslie (left) and friend Annette Tones; below right, after 96km of treacherous mud, extreme climbs and descents, endless creek crossings, the nine-day walk is over.

Advancing Japanese didn't count on determined young Aussies

DRESSING AN ARMY: How slouch hats became legendary

A soldier of the Australian Imperial Force calls for reinforcements. He is wearing the brown leather bandolier of a mounted soldier.

A closer look at First World War uniforms

Lots to read in the Weekend magazine

A mounted soldier in khaki and a slouch hat.

The power of the First World War uniform

Melbourne’s best hidden secrets revealed

Hosier Lane may not be a hidden gem, but it sure is a gem!

IT IS no secret Melbourne is the funky cousin to the other cities.

Amber Heard, billionaire Elon Musk in Queensland

ACTRESS Amber Heard’s billionaire boyfriend Elon Musk has finally been spotted out and about in on the Gold Coast.

Dave Hughes almost went too far in Logies monologue

Dave Hughes skewered the A-list in his opening monologue

Mackay lawyer dishes on MKR behind the scenes

Della Whearty from MKR.

Mackay lawyer talks her My Kitchen Rules journey.

Movie review: Going in Style a grey-powered crowd pleaser

Alan Arkin, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine in a scene from the movie Going in Style.

The tale of three men and a mobility scooter a tad formulaic.

Logies 2017: Meldrum's odd speech as Samuel Johnson wins Gold

Samuel Johnson shows off his Best Actor gong before going onto win the Gold.

Samuel Johnson named Gold Logie Winner of the 59th Annual TV Week Gold Logie...

Logies 2017: Who's taken the coveted gongs?

Kerri-Anne Kennerley poses with the Hall Of Fame Logie Award.

Award winners from Australian television industry's night of nights

FASHION: How to wear yellow without looking like a banana

Don't become the third Banana in Pyjamas - find out how to make yellow work for you.

Is activewear the new denim for women?

High-end stores are adding activewear to their offerings. It comes as Aussies are increasingly going shopping and buying groceries in their activewear. Beth Hurrell from Que Models at Burleigh Beach. Picture: Jerad Williams

More high-end retailers are investing in tights and runners.

How to get the most out of men's clothes

Try building a wardrobe in a neutral colour palette so individual pieces will work together.

Sporte the Label focuses on long-wearing items

FASHION: How to wear denim this winter

Georgie Griggs and Georgia Yeomans show off their double denim chops.

Check out how to wear your very own Canadian Tuxedo

Central Queensland's model mum wins hearts on social media

Elizabeth Warner on the cover of Style after winning the competition to be The Face of White Lily Couture.

She's now the face of a well-known bridal boutique

Should 'activewear' be allowed outside of the gym?

Model Nathalie Darcas wears activewear in Sydney.

ACTIVEWEAR is the new black and has made it into our daily wardrobe.

Nine Lives designers bring back the '70s

Nine Lives Bazaar.

Retro designs hit the mark

'Top Coast venue' hits the market

Reinvented hotel at central Coast shopping centre up for grabs

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ 'evolutions' unveiled

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and the new Galaxy S8 sit side by side.

Bigger screens but smaller phones, Samsung continues its evolution

Vudu can make old DVDs HD copies on your phone

Vudu can turn your old DVDs into HD digital copies, and all you need is a smartphone

The answer for anyone with a large DVD collection

Samsung's top of the range TV will cost $40k

Samsung says it has the brightest TV on the market.

That's about $2 for every nit of brightness

How to perfect your buying strategy

Find someone you trust enough to tell you the truth, and to whom you will listen.

Here's a sound way to ensure you never make another bad purchase

Push to scrap full refund for buyers of lemon cars

Bad and Cassandra Aldcroft with their kids Owen, 3, and Emma, 5, with their troublesome Hyundai. Picture: Annette Dew

Auto lobby group says some claims for faulty cars 'made up'

Smart, smooth and even cleans itself

The Braun Series 9 is promoted as the 'best shaver in the world'. It has a price tag to match.

The Braun Series 9 went through 1000 production stages

There's a right way to sleep on a plane

THE battle to lower fares between airlines has resulted in more and more seats being crammed into aircraft, resulting in increasingly cramped conditions.

Baby Leo's life saved by liver transplant

Leo’s parents Kimberly and Matthew have passed on their thanks to everyone involved in helping to save him.

Leo Nairn has had his liver transplant and is bubbling with life

Little Lilly has rare 1p36deletion syndrome

Natasha Moore and Mat Cook with their daughter Lilly. The couple have started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for a bigger car to transport Lilly.

Battle is real for parents of youngster with genetic disorder

"I have no idea if I'm going to die next week"

BORROWED TIME: Shanay Skinley, 24, has stage-three emphysema. Stage four could come at any time, and she fears she wont live to see her 2-year-old daughter, Mia, grow up.

Shanay is 24 years old, and doesn't know how long she has to live

Toowoomba woman's mission for her mum

HAPPY TIMES: Amber Summers (left) wants to raise awareness and funds for cancer after recently losing her mum Deborah Hughes to a brain tumour.

Last year the radiation therapist did Relay for Life for patients

Wide Bay mental health cases highest in Australia

The Wide Bay has the highest rate of mood disorders in Australia, and the third highest in depression rates.

Our region has highest rate of mood disorders.

Where people go to die: The nurses of palliative care

PALLIATIVE CARE: Ipswich Hospice Care clinical manager Sharon Ferrar has more than 20 years' experience as a palliative care nurse.

Weddings, baby goats and death: what happens inside Ipswich Hospice

SOAPBOX: Who's to blame if a teen turns bad?

STOP whingeing about teenagers. It's time we cut them some slack.

Didn't know she was pregnant: baby born on the toilet

She said she did not know she was pregnant

New campaign to bust myth vitamin K is an immunisation

Vitamin K is given to newborn babies to prevent a deadly disease.

Fresh effort to prevent putting babies at risk

Daddy-O column: Will my daughter face the horrors of war?

Not only parents of sons need worry about the threat of another war as women can also now choose to take up arms.

Now women can take up arms, no father is safe from worry

Natural focus on newborns a winner for photographer

Rebecca Colefax has been named a 2017 AIPP Queensland Epson Professional Newborn Photographer of the year finalist.

It's the tiny details that parents soak up from their newborn babies

Why mum decided Easter Bunny shouldn't visit her 'naughty' kids

Tracy Elizabeth's note from the Easter Bunny to her children on Easter Sunday.

Instead of Easter eggs, kids get you've been naughty note from Bunny

The power of the parent

TEACH THEM WELL: Raising balanced, resilient, self-reliant kids is important.

Have we taught and equipped our children with all the right things?

The single most unattractive thing men can do after sex

A STUDY has shed light on the worst thing men can do in bed — and it seems women are united in hating this unattractive habit.

Wives say don't blame us for lack of intimacy

Sex worker Mrs Robinson, as she is seen on the app Rendevu

Aussie wives had a blunt message for a sex worker

Sex workers have blunt message for Aussie women

Sex worker Mrs Robinson, as she is seen on the app Rendevu

"I can’t tell you the number of times a client and I haven’t had sex"

Murder accused and victim were in 'messy break up'

Shandee Blackburn.

Letter, party talk about exes key to first day