The Australian Women's Weekly

Lessons from the past

Not long after Romey Porcu first joined the Alphington branch of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) in 2017, she was handed a well-thumbed book. The prized dog-eared copy had been passed around to generations of members since it was first typed up in 1960 by then state president Noela MacLeod AO, who was eager to pass on wisdom her own grandmother had given to her. Titled , within its pages reside hundreds of tried and tested, budget-friendly tips and tricks from inventive uses for bicarb soda to that

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