If the 'just say no to drugs' message isn't getting through to your teens, show them these mugshots.
The father of an underage teen who illegally bought a bottle of vodka online is looking to bring a private prosecution against supplier The Mill.
Colin Wood didn't want to celebrate his birthday, saying he didn't have any friends, so his mum set out to prove him wrong.
Two teens who rescued a woman from a house fire earlier this year personify the Waikato spirit.
Four teenagers will appear in court today charged in relation to the alleged aggravated robbery of two German tourists.
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Parents are struggling with giving their teens more freedom, amid fears there are more dangers and temptations out there than in the past.
Principals fed up with sorting out social media backstabbing by pupils hope new law will quash the problem.
Principals want powers to stop students recording and sharing sexual exploits or assaults.
Mum's sick, dad's tired - how cancer in the family can affect teenage kids.
According to a new study, teens who are either bulllies, or victims of bullying themselve are more likely to engage in risky sex.
Teenage girls aren't the only ones posting pictures of themselves online asking strangers to rate how they look, teenage boys are doing the same.
It can be shocking and devastating for a parent to find that their teenager has been bullying others.
A Mangere teen is turning it all around with the help of comedian Mike King.
Tweens asking strangers to rate their appearance is "a toxic act of self-mutilation".
Public health experts are warning that on-road cellphone use is becoming more hazardous.
Abuse, violence and neglect are not debateable. But what about yelling? Is it the new parenting taboo?
Criminal charges against kids who bully? Why are we blaming two teens instead of holding the adults around them - their parents - responsible?
Parents hosting teenage parties at their homes will have to step up their host responsibility because of law changes.
Arrest made after 14-year-old posts online how she didn't care that her bullying of a 12-year-old school led to her committing suicide.
Remember Molly Ringwald, Debbie Gibson and Tiffany? The role models of the 80s are a far cry from what tweens and teens are exposed to these days.
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