School bells are ringing as students return for a new year, so it's time to think about boxes and cheap and nourishing treats.
Savings & Investment
Spring has sprung which means it's time to clean out the cupboards, dust the tellie and catch up on those cleaning jobs that have a habit of ending up on the "to do" list.
Read more Oily Rag articles by Frank and Muriel Newman We had an interesting discussion the ...
The nation's Budget has been read and the annual debate over who won and lost has begun in earnest.
A new study out last week reminds us how important it is to develop the savings habit early.
Read more Oily Rag articles by Frank and Muriel Newman As the temperature falls, heating bills ...
It's spring so its time to think about planting for the summer harvest.
This week's living off the smell of an oily rag report is about a "B" word, bulk.
With the emissions trading scheme now forcing up power prices, we thought it timely to remind readers about the many ways to save electricity costs.
Infants have the distinction of being expensive at both end of the plumbing system, so in true oily-rag pioneering spirit the Oily Rag Research Department has ventured into the vexed question of "disposable vs washable nappies?"