Home & Garden: In case you missed it

Home & Garden 20/05/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Home & Garden with Tony Murrell for May 19th & 20th, 2018.

Oaklands Milk

Oaklands Milk. Photo: Facebook.

Glass bottles, a bit like we used to have, and delivered by the milk man.

We all know that plastic waste isn’t sustainable but how does the water used in washing glass bottles compare in terms of environmental impact?

Tony and Helen talk with Julian Raine from Oaklands Milk.

Supermarket Sleuth

Leading global food manufacturer Nestle has done a deal which will have an impact for coffee drinkers.

And Australian supermarket chain Coles has made a move to stop profiteering in infant formula sales.

Tony talks with "supermarket sleuth" John Williams.

Are Big Trees Dangerous

What function do big trees have in urban environment? Are the councils taking the responsibilities needed to look after trees and are you worried about a tree in your surrounding?

Tony is joined by Fredrik Hjelm, resident arborist at The Living Tree Company.

The Queen of Clean

Best selling Australian author Shannon Lush is the "Queen of Clean," specialising in helping us all in cleaning and household management.

She joined Tony Murrell with a few simple cleaning tips.

Nuts 'N MAY

Nuts ’n May was established as an orchard in 1987 by Diana & Walter Loader.  Hel Loader & Scott Wilson brought the farm in 2012 and continue to run it as a family business.

Tony talks with Hel Loader, Owner/Grower, Nuts ‘n May.

Why is Internet access in the country not that good?

Spark have got the broadcasting rights for the next Rugby World Cup, and many will apparently be watching the games on their mobiles.

So how well are our rural people served and what areas are worst affected?

Tony talks with Craig Young, TUANZ Telecommunications Users Association.

Bore Water

Many rural and coastal residents have their own private bores and some local authorities like Auckland City Council ask residents to get a permit, but are the aquifers in Auckland protected and safe?

Tony is joined by Priyan Perera, Watercare Services Ltd, Auckland City Council.

Employment law for Tradies

If an employee calls the boss outside of work hours to discuss a work issue is that paid work?

Max Whitehead is one of New Zealand’s leading employment relations practitioners and has more than 25 years experience in the field of labour relations.

Tony talks with Max Whitehead to get his thoughts.

2018 NZ Architecture Awards

The best of old and new architecture has been celebrated at the Nelson Marlborough Architecture Awards, with 12 projects receiving awards at an event at the Nelson Centre of Musical Arts.

Tony talks with Sharon Jansen, Jury Member & Architect.

Home and Garden with Tony Murrell, 7am - 10am Saturday and Sunday mornings on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.