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A dripping tap can waste 18,000 litres of water a year! Fixing it is very simple – all you need is a new washer, a shifting spanner, and a bit of know-how.
Want great new threads without forking out a cent? A clothes swap party is just the ticket.
Replacing your older, water-wasting showerhead with a new, water-efficient one will save on water without compromising flow or pressure when lathering up.
15 ways to conserve this precious resource and save energy while you’re at it!
With the onset of the warmer days, it’s time to dig into the soil and start planting – think vegies or bright blooms. Here’s all you need to know to ensure your new plants thrive.
These washable bowl covers will rid your fridge of cling wrap and keep food fresh time and time again.
Get into the Christmas spirit and impress your guests with G's guide to creating a green wreath. The end result looks deceptively sophisticated, but it's easy enough for a child to create.
Raising eco-kids won't cost you the Earth. Here's G's tips for helping parents keep things light on the wallet.
Worms do a fantastic job of converting household scraps into nutrient-rich, eco-friendly plant food. We show you how to build a house for your very own colony of wriggly workers using materials you already have around the home, or can get and recycle for free.
Our current September/October issue highlights some quick and easy ways to care for your bike at home, including detailed instructions on fixing a puncture and lubricating your chain. Here's a quick guide on how to remove and reattach a rear wheel of a bike.