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  • 5 Jobs to do to get your home ready for Winter

    As the temperature drops, many of us start thinking about rotating our wardrobes and adding some heartier dishes to our cooking repertoire. But how do we ensure our living quarters are warm and weatherproof when winter rolls around? 1. Seal any draughts Around a fifth to a quarter of a building’s … Read more

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  • What to plant in May

    With winter almost underway, it’s time to ease up on the big jobs and do a bit of planting and prep instead. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a thriving garden during the cooler months, here’s our list of everything to plant in your garden this May. Ask … Read more

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  • What to Plant in April

    Each month there are new ideas to learn, tips and planting advice for cooler, warmer, wetter and drier areas in each zone, so ask at your local nursery which zone best matches your conditions. Flowers All zones Delphiniums Getty Cineraria Delphinium Pansy Poppy Primula Statice Stock Sweet pea (top) Viola … Read more

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  • Federal Budget 2022/23

    What’s the impact on residential property? With the costs of living soaring, it was not surprising that this year’s budget focussed on costs of living – fuel excises, cash handouts and childcare are all getting a look in. And with house prices having risen by over 30 per cent since … Read more

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  • Easy Ways to Update your Kitchen

    The kitchen really is the heart of a home, and given how much time we spend there each and every day, it needs to be functional and feel a little bit special. While a full kitchen renovation can be costly and time-consuming, there are lots of simple ways to update a … Read more

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  • How to Grow Vegetables from Scraps

    Let’s face it, our kitchen bins fill up way too quickly and while we could be composting, more often than not, we don’t. There’s still life left in some of those veggie scraps you toss in the bin or compost, from the tops of carrots and beetroots to the roots … Read more

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  • The Ultimate Guide to Property Investing

    By buying, leasing, renovating, developing and selling investment properties, countless investors have improved their financial situation, created passive income, or set themselves up for a comfortable retirement. Property investment can be challenging for a beginner, with many complex concepts to understand and different strategies that can be employed. Residential property … Read more

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  • Ready? Set? Plant!

    While Australians spent more time at home during lockdown, it wasn’t just tradies and home builders who found themselves extremely busy. Landscapers and garden designers were in demand, as people looked to update the outdoor areas they were forced to spend so much time in. Pools were also in deep … Read more

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