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Baby brand wants you to ask, who made these clothes?

A Kiwi babywear brand says embracing The Fashion Revolution is paying off in ways they’d never dreamed. Ali Hui, the founder and managing director of upmarket babywear brand Babu, says the ethical movement, which encourages companies to show they …

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18 ways to use teatree oil for the whole family

We found these inspiring ideas for staying naturally healthy around the home from http://www.keeperofthehome.org. Just shows what powerhouse product teatree oil really is. Helps heal and soothe sunburn: Add a few drops to a tsp of olive oil and …

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10 unexpected uses for sugar cubes

Not just for your tea! Sugar cubes have other unexpected household uses including keeping your bread fresh and removing stains. Take a look at ecostore's top ten uses for the sweet sugar cube. 1.    Make a body scrub Making a paste from a sugar …

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Get smart: repurposing your baby supplies

It’s a multi-tasker’s world. Even common baby essentials are being put to work in a whole new way. Everyone warns you how quickly the baby phase is over: ‘Blink, and you’ll miss it,’ they say. And how right they were – your preschooler is now off …

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5 ways to go green today

Bringing babies into the world can really highlight the need to preserve our planet for future generations. But while composting toilets and generating your own electricity are probably beyond the capacity of most Kiwi families, here are 5 small …

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Eco Friends

Small lifestyle changes can make a significant environmental difference. These products will help care for your family and your planet.   Closer to nature Nature Baby's new range of 100% organic merino babywear is made in New …

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10 tips for less waste at home

Kate Meads shares her top tips for reducing waste at home. Ditch the plastic bags Reusable bags just make sense!  There is no need for plastic bags when we can just take our own and use them over and over again. The best part is that you can then …

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5 great alternative products for eco-living

Kate Meads has been an advocate for the earth for many years, running workshops right around the country on cloth nappies and waste-free parenting. These ideas are just a few suggestions to get you thinking about ways you can make a change to limit …

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Trim your waste line

Kate Meads, best known as cloth-nappy expert The Nappy Lady, takes her mission for creating a sustainable earth one step further with a challenge for us all to reduce our waste. For over ten years I have been running workshops the length of New …

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