The debate about the safety of genetically modified foods is in full swing, with concerns about links to allergic and immune responses.
Community gardens are proving that many green thumbs make light work. Sue White gets her hands dirty
We've got all the tricks you need for great nails in five easy steps.
A living pine tree is natural; fake trees are cheap and easy to store, but which should we choose to put our pressies under?
Watching the kangaroos come out to play as another spectacular sunset moves its way across the majestic sandstone escarpments, it’s almost impossible to believe that less than four years ago Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa was a working cattle farm, complete with feral animals, soil erosion and deforested paddocks.
First-generation cleaning agents were frighteningly flammable. In the 1970s, most Australian dry cleaners switched to a non-flammable synthetic solvent called perchlorethylene (perc). But is dry-cleaning an eco no-no? G looks at some alternatives.
A new cartoon character introducing little ones to the big wide world via cyberspace and digital TV.
Some in the jewellery trade are making a concerted effort to source sustainable and ethical gems and precious metals.
Although scarred by experiences with a feral sharehouse compost heap in the past, our intrepid writer decides to put odourless indoor composting to the test using a Bokashi Bin.