This week we have great pleasure launching the inaugural Oily Rag Master Chef competition. We are now taking entries from oily rag cooks across the nation to find out the best oily rag dish.
Savings & Investment
This week Young Mum asks for help, we have money saving tips from readers, and we journey down the road of rising transport costs.
We have been receiving quite a lot of mail recently from Whakatane, which got us wondering which is New Zealand's top oily rag town?
More and more people are joining the oily rag community and enjoying the wholesome benefits, the titillations, and financial savings of a frugal lifestyle. Here are some of the tips received this week.
War has been declared. Armies have been marching into a boutique retailer and leaving armed with bottles of cheap milk.
t this time of the year many oily raggers are enjoying daily reminders about the virtues of the self-help oily rag lifestyle as they reap the harvest from their oily rag gardens and fruit trees.
Although the good frugal folk of oilyragaroa have been writing to us for a couple of decades now it still amazes us how people keep coming with great money saving tips and ways to make something out of nothing.
Whether you call them property settlement agreements, contracting out agreements, pre-nuptial agreements, or something else, they all amount to the same thing - an agreement made between two persons who are in or about to enter into a personal relationsh
The good folk at Statistics NZ have been trundling their trolleys in the isles at your local supermarket to see if the things on your grocery list are costing more or less. Usually they find goods cost more, a lot more, but not this time.
Frugality is obviously sweeping though the suburbs as more and more people appreciate the virtues of saving. It is also surprising that the oily rag website has a large number of overseas readers.