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Cool-night-sleep

Get a cool night’s sleep

Monday, 30 January 2012

In the brutal heat of an Aussie summer it can be tempting to switch on the air conditioner for a few peaceful hours of slumber. However consider these low impact ways to keep cool first.

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Eat your greens

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Unsure what to do with the greens available at your grocer or farmer’s market? Give these tasty leafy triumphs a try.

garage-sale

Tips for a successful garage sale

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

The perfect way to farewell your unwanted goods, a garage sale will help you avoid landfill and make some cash on the side.

Back-to-school-items

Back to school goodies

Monday, 23 January 2012

It’s that time again, so make sure you set your child a good example with these green back to school eco-items.

Colour-me-happy

Colour me happy

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Embrace the warm weather and go bright with these eco-friendly colour cosmetics.

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Fair young foodies

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Connecting passionate young foodies, here’s the extended interview with Alexandra and Joanna from the Youth Food Movement from the current Feb/March 2012 issue of G magazine.

Snail

Snails & slugs no more

Monday, 16 January 2012

Slimy critters can become a difficult problem, nibbling away at your vegie or herb garden. Here’s how to avoid chemicals with some natural ways to get rid of them.

Recycle-revision

Recycle revision

Monday, 16 January 2012

Australians have proven to be great household recyclers since the council dropped the extra bin off at our homes, but often confusion can prevail on exactly what to recycle and what has to be trashed. Time to sort the trash.

Green-Way-Up

5 minutes with… Green Way Up

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Four young Sydney boys are on a bio-diesel fuelled expedition from Tasmania to Norway. G had a chat with one of them just after they’d completed the Aussie leg of their trip.

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The brighter side of Bali

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

The notion of a Balinese sojourn is often met with the image of bogans, Bintangs, braids and bad sunburns. But it’s time to embrace a new side of Bali that is emerging from the hills.

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