Attention Kmart shoppers – you may need to undeck the halls if you have this Kmart Christmas wreath
A timely reminder to be on alert for button batteries. Plenty of Christmas decorations and popular gifts have them and, if a child gets to one and swallows it (which DOES happen), it can be fatal.
QLD and ACT mummas: Check the toys listed – you never know if one of your children’s Christmas gifts or favourite soft toy are part of the recall.
We know a lot of our readers are Toyota owners. If you own a Kluger, Corolla, Prado, Camry, HiLux, HiAce or Landcruiser, this recall may impact you.
A safety recall has been issued for three older but popular highchairs, sold between 2016 and 2018, through leading retailers including Target and Big W because of concerns of seat cracking and toppling fears.
This beautiful little girl has lost her life after swallowing a button battery. Her parents share her story in hopes it reminds others how dangerous this common household item really is.
Check your prams, ladies! A popular stroller has been recalled due to concerns the handlebar could detach from the frame.
Urgent recall alert – If your kids have bunk beds, it’s time to check where you bought them as this recall could prevent them falling on your kids.
Time to check the pantry ladies! A popular brand of Leggo’s sauce has been recalled due to fears it may cause illness.
A Melbourne mum has shared her story after discovering her two daughters swallowed several ball-bearing magnets out of a toy. How scary!
A top of the range children’s car seat has epically failed a crash test, ejecting the dummy toddler, for the first time in 25 years of testing.
Infasecure has recently recalled several models of car seats due to a risk of the buckle screws separating and causing the buckle to fail.
Check your garage mums and dads! 14 different kids’ bikes have been recalled due to braking concerns.
Using a muslin cloth as a pram cover is a common thing to do but experts say it’s incredibly dangerous. These test results will shock you.
Did you know you need to fence water deeper than 30cm? This guide to Australia’s backyard pool rules will help you keep your kids safe.