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The Booktrust charity, which provides free books to every baby and all five- and 11-year-olds, has had its annual budget of 13m cut by the Government.

The age at which children receive the MMR vaccine in Northern Ireland has fallen from 15 months to 13 months, bringing them in line with the rest of the UK.

One in five fathers of a child under five years old is a sole childcarer for part of the working week, according to new research that highlights the rise of the part-time or full-time 'home dad'.

A research project carried out by Talk to Your Baby reveals that some parents feel silly or embarrassed talking to their babies, while many believe that communication is something that will happen of its own accord.

A programme that provides support services for under-threes and free childcare for two-year-olds in Wales is having a positive impact on their emotional and social development, an interim evaluation has found.

Staff from Nannas Day Nurseries, Colchester, gather for the judging of their treasure baskets.

Baby room practitioners are being invited to join a social networking site (NING) where they can discuss professional issues and access information relevant to their work with babies.

Babies' experiences of daycare are the subject of a conference on 9 July, taking place at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent.

Professor Colwyn Trevarthen will speak at a School of Infant Mental Health workshop on 12-13 June, looking at research into the effects of trauma, music and movement on the developing brain and mind in the first year of life.

The first online early years foundation degree to focus on babies and toddlers is being launched by a Welsh university.