domingo, abril 30, 2006


Kids' hotel offers childcare around clock

"Twenty-four-hour childcare has arrived in New Zealand - a sign parents and childhood education experts say is a reflection of changing work patterns and family arrangements.

Aucklander Sandra Jane has gained council consent to use two floors of a Parnell apartment block as a 24-hour facility and "kids' hotel" catering for up to 75 children aged between 3 months and 14 years.

The 24-hour concept is believed to be the first in New Zealand, although it is common in countries like the United States. "

To see all article of Errol Kiong, in the "New-Zealand Herald", click on the following LINK

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