In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn for Saturday, April 21, 2018.
How to prepare financially for a life change
What happens when you or your partner want to make a big change or gets made redundant? Is there a way to plan for this? Hannah McQueen from EnableMe is all about being financially savvy and she joined Carly Flynn on Weekend Life.
A library of books: New children's book about collective nouns
Dynamic young Kiwi artist, Kate Hursthouse, is receiving lots of attention for her large scale hand-painted murals around the city in addition to collaborations with clients such as Karen Walker, Lululemon, Auckland City Council and Laneways etc.
She recently created Our Wahine, an illustrated history of 125 extraordinary New Zealand women, and she is preparing to launch her first illustrated children’s book 'A Kaleidoscope of Butterflies and other such collective nouns'.
Have your burger and eat the rubbish too
Tomorrow is World Earth Day and to do their bit Better Burger have designed edible packaging for their burgers! Made from potato starch the wrapper is 100% edible, which means zero waste.
GM Rod Ballenden joined Carly Flynn to talk about why it's so important for food outlets to be concious of waste and to take responsibility instead of putting it on the customers.
The top selling new and used cars in NZ
The statistics of how many used cars are bought and sold in New Zealand each year are staggering. It is, in fact, more than one million!
Sandy Myhre our motoring expert joins Carly to talk about what’s topping the list for new and used cars, and why only one is a passenger vehicle.
It's the kids' turn to cook
It’s the end of the first week of school holidays so if you’re looking for a little inspiration to keep the kids busy, look no further. The Kids' Turn to Cook is not a book about ‘kids' food’, it’s a recipe book of food that children like to eat and ‘real’ food that appeals to all ages.
Author Margaret Brooker joined Carly to talk about the recipes that she wrote for New Zealanders of all ages and won her a Le Cordon Blei World Food Media Award for Best Children’s Cookbook!