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A Patio To Fit Your Home & Garden

Friday January 25, 2013
January 25, 2013 Your patio, like the rest of your home, should be a comforta ...

Garden and Landscape Tips for Kit Homes

Wednesday January 16, 2013
Kit Homes can possess very beautiful designs. It can transcend its spartan beg ...

How to Build a Skate Ramp in the Garden

Wednesday December 19, 2012
Skateboarding is a fun activity that many teens enjoy. However, it can be time ...

Maintaining a Lovely Garden without the Hassle

Friday November 23, 2012
Who says maintaining a garden can be time consuming and a hassle? The traditio ...

How to Step Up Your Garden Shed's Security

Friday November 16, 2012
For people who have enough yard space, installing a garden shed is a brilliant ...

The Elements of an Ideal Garden

Friday September 21, 2012
A garden is a space usually found outdoors consisting of a planned arrangement ...

Winter Gardening Tips

Tuesday June 26, 2012
Winter can be tough on people, but they can be difficult on plants as well. De ...

Tips on choosing plants for your garden

Friday March 16, 2012
Visiting your local garden store or browsing through the plant catalogues to ...

Top 5 Flowers for an Autumn Garden

Thursday March 15, 2012
Just like with any other season, autumn gardening comes with its own set of ...

Lawn Care Tips

Wednesday March 14, 2012
Having a healthy and good looking lawn is not only nice to look at, it also ad ...

Growing Vegetables in Your Garden

Monday March 12, 2012
Growing your own vegetables and fruits is a therapeutic exercise and helps t ...

Drug labs could be anywhere, and their poisons linger for years

Friday April 1, 2011
A SIMPLE shower cubicle does the job; a garden shed, garage, or suburban kitchen is even better.

Vision for Birrarung marred

Friday April 1, 2011
The Melbourne riverside space has not fulfilled its potential, say its designers. By Megan Backhouse.


Friday April 1, 2011

Uni plan for grand manor advances

Wednesday March 30, 2011
A PROPOSAL to sell or lease historic Gleniffer Brae has moved a step closer, despite fierce community opposition.

Water-colour vista

Wednesday March 30, 2011
Melbourne's flower and garden show is back from the dry years. By Denise Gadd.


Wednesday March 30, 2011
SCIENTISTS can model climate change with 95 per cent probability. Economists can't model economy-wide carbon pricing, yet Martin Feil (Comment, 29/3) thinks economists' forecasts of costs are certain, but he's not sure about climate change. Julia Thornton, Surrey Hills

Clever family comfort

Wednesday March 30, 2011
Smart design marries practicality to style, writes Fran Thompson.

THREE OF A KIND Shallot pancakes

Tuesday March 29, 2011
Menus often refer to these as shallot cakes or pancakes but the principal ingredient is what we in Australia call green onions and Americans refer to as scallions.

Suicide theory

Tuesday March 29, 2011
The deaths of a man and woman whose bodies were discovered at their home in Auburn yesterday were probably a double suicide, police said. A cause of death has not been identified. The bodies are believed to have lain in a garden shed for up to a week before they were found by a real estate agent. "The circumstances do not appear to be suspicious," Inspector Chris Hill said.

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