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Flexible Childcare: Australian Nanny Trial

Nanny Trial Australia

The Australian Government recently announced a $250,000 million Nanny Trial trial targeting parents in regional areas and shift workers. Currently the detail is being nutted out and we spoke to Annemarie Sansom, Vice President, of the Australian Association of Nannies (ANA), the first body to represent Nannies in Australia under the ...

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We’ve hit the national press!

Mary Poppins

We’ve very excited appear in Women’s Agenda, our daily read:) Share your opinions with us about your child care concerns and we will voice them to the nation! If you haven’t already, check out Women’s Agenda for all things, work, career and child care: Check us out http://www.womensagenda.com.au/talking-about/opinions/nanny-rebate-could-see-mary-poppins-sweeping-australia/201407144317#.U8dJ75S1ZZ9

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The great rebate debate

Girl puts money in piggy bank

Juggling, worrying, debating, deciding, stressing…..all symptoms of returning to a more structured work environment. I was recently offered a 3 day a week fantastic opportunity. My first thought was ‘yes please!’ My second, third, fourth, fifth … thought was how on earth was I going to juggle it all. With ...

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Nannies versus Au Pairs


Who wouldn’t want their very own Mary Poppins; someone keeping both your house and your children a ‘ship-shape’. Nannies and Aupairs can be an excellent choice of care in terms of dedicated care in your home to suit your working hours or lifestyle. I have friends who have crunched the ...

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