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Children's physical responses to the frustration and anger they may feel are often misunderstood, and labelling them is counter-productive, says Karen Faux.

Celebrity babies were in the news as 2007 came to a close.

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Ireland's minister for Children, Brendan Smith, has announced a number of revisions to the Community Childcare Subvention Scheme, after a review was completed ahead of schedule.

The strategic board of the National Day Nurseries Association has appointed its first trustees.

Why hasn't signing up to the new Ofsted voluntary childcare register been made more attractive to nannies? Simon Vevers investigates.

The new children's Commissioner for Wales has been named as Keith Towler.

'Why stage a protest now?' and 'Why protest at all?' asked Nursery World's editorial when we launched the Open Eye campaign against the Early Years Foundation Stage becoming compulsory (6 December).

The funding allocated to provide childcare for student parents in further education is not enough for colleges to support them, a Daycare Trust report has found.

A very Happy New Year to all Nursery World readers and to the children they care for.