Making a set of Chinese paper lanterns is an easy way to get your kids into the spirit of the Chinese New Year and expose them to one of the world’s richest cultures.
Making a flying lantern is an exciting way to participate in the festivities of the Chinese New Year. This easy guide shows you how.
New Zealand leads the world in managing its fisheries resources in a sustainable way. Learn how the fishing Quota Management System works.
The summer barbecue wouldn’t be the same without them, but LPG cylinders need care to keep them safe. Learn how to look after yours with this quick guide.
You can scramble them, poach them or fry them, but the time of the year is fast approaching where it’s better to paint them than eat them! The Easter bunny is getting ready to make his rounds but before you gorge on oh-so-many chocolate eggs (it’s inevitable) why not decorate a few hard-boiled ones instead! …
A small collection of carefully chosen carpentry tools can get you through most projects around the home. Discover which tools you need in your tool belt with this free guide.
Artist paint brushes perform the important task of transferring the art you see in your head to the canvas. Learn how to look after yours and extend their lifespan with this easy to follow guide.
Art brushes are instruments through which artists channel art. Choose badly and that masterpiece of yours could end up in the bin. Learn how to choose the right brush with this easy guide.
Owning a motorhome is the dream of many New Zealanders, but buying the right one is a daunting task. Avoid the pitfalls and discover the secrets of choosing a mobile home with this simple guide.
Give your kids hours of fun and enhance their creativity with paper mache – a traditional art form that is easy to use and costs almost nothing.