Child Care News for Parents October 14, 2015 -®
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October 14, 2015
With Malcolm Turnbull now at the helm we look at what this might mean for parents and more importantly what it would be great to see him focus on. It's national Nutrition Week. This year's theme is Snack Right, Feel Bright. So we've got some great tips and ideas on how to get your children snacking healthily.
Dear Malcolm
Dear Malcolm,

We, a few of the working mothers and fathers of Australia, would love to take the opportunity to let you know how you could really help out when it comes to making working parents' life a little easier, both financially and culturally, so that we are able to provide the best possible care for our kids, the future leaders and workers of Australia.

Short of hiring yourself out as a male nanny, which probably wouldn't pay you enough and sadly we generally can't claim child care subsidies for nannies or "mannies", there are a few practical and cultural changes you could have a think about instigating while you are at the helm.

Please see below a selection of suggestions from some of your esteemed constituents.

Thanks and regards.
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National nutrition week
Join the campaign to pick right, feel bright.
This week is National Nutrition Week in Australia - a week that aims to improve our nutrition and eating habits, but the week always includes World Food Day (16 October 2015), a day to raise awareness of the fight against world hunger and poverty.

Spearheaded in Australia by Nutrition Australia in conjunction with the Produce Marketing Association, this year's theme for National Nutrition Week is 'Pick Right. Feel Bright'.

'Pick Right. Feel Bright' is all about getting both children and adults to make healthy choices when it comes to food, in particular, snacking. So together, Nutrition Australia and Australia's fruit and veg industry are encouraging all Australians to eat more fresh fruit and vegetables for better health.
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