Mumsnet's unsolved mysteries: Chicken corpses, rematerializing keys, nightly offerings of baked goods strewn across the pavement - not to mention chocolate bars making the transition into an alternate dimension - honestly, it's like an episode of The X-Files around here. Come and offer some explanations - or mysteries of your own ...
After a quintessentially English dish with which to honour the dragon-slaying hero? Try our classic Victoria sponge - and take a look at our round-up of recipes from around the country while you're at it.
There's not long left to get your EarlyBird tickets for our second annual WorkFest. Speakers this year include Jo Malone and Emma Bridgewater. Returning to work after maternity, looking to switch jobs or start a business? Come!
In the news: Changes to the law will make it mandatory for separating couples to attend mediation before court. The reforms also aim to speed up the process, particularly where vulnerable children are involved. Here's how they'll work.
Got a child in Years 2 or 6 in England? Then you'll probably have the SATs on your radar. But if you're wondering exactly what the SATs are, why (or even if) they matter and how to prepare your child for them - we're on it.
We're giving away 50 copies of The Murder Bag, the first in a new gripping and explosive crime series from Man and Boy bestselling author Tony Parsons. Praised by Lee Child as: 'Spectacular! Tense but human', this is definitely not one to miss out on.
Heartbleed password reset: Following the recent Heartbleed security breach, we reset all Mumsnet users' passwords on Saturday 12 April. Read through our blow-by-blow account of what happened, and find out what it all means for you.
Bounty Mutiny campaign update: Mumsnet has written to Treasury Minister David Gauke MP asking him to cancel the government's contract with Bounty UK Ltd, paid £90,000 annually to distribute child benefit forms on maternity wards.
Guest post: One of the world's best-known autistic adults argues that the best way to help autistic children succeed is to focus on what they can do, rather than what they can't, and explains how her own strengths were nurtured.
Thinking about having children? Guess what: you've come to the right place. Chart your fertile dates with our ovulation calendar, try the tips on our advice pages, and talk to others in the same boat on our conception boards.
Wondering whether to test? Take a look at the most common signs and symptoms of pregnancy -from sore breasts to weeping over TV adverts - and if you're still not sure, mull it over on our Pregnancy Talk board.