Australian children going hungry, report finds, with one in five kids missing meals

'The report found parents living in poverty would often go without so their children would have something to eat.

Thirty-six per cent said they would skip a meal at least once a week so their children could eat, while 29 per cent would go a whole day at least once a week without eating at all.

The report found the main reason parents were struggling to feed their children was the cost of living, including mortgage or rent costs and utilities.'

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