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Handyman Magazine Launches in New Zealand



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Kiwi DIYers can breathe a sigh of relief as Handyman magazine, the monthly do-it-yourself bible, goes on sale 26 October.


Handyman gives DIYers the know-how to complete home projects, the skills to improve their efforts and hints plus tips to save time and money. Handyman has been the biggest DIY magazine in Australia for seven years.


“We have had a lot of feedback from our New Zealand readers telling us they want a dedicated Kiwi version of Handyman magazine,” says Lee Dashiell, Editor Handyman magazine.


“Kiwis have told us they want home-grown content and independent product recommendations that are readily available to them locally; as well as gardening tips specific to New Zealand’s growing conditions.”


Handyman magazine shows you how, with each issue featuring step-by-step instructions and diagrams for a range of topics including home improvement, building and gardening.


Handyman magazine offers readers a variety of advice ranging from everyday furniture and workshop storage to home repairs and renovation tips, landscaping and gardening ideas. Handyman offers step-by-step project guides for completing a range of projects of various skill levels.


Handyman magazine also profiles the latest trends and product choices making it easy for readers to know exactly what they require for their projects.

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“Whether you are a master builder or amateur DIYer, Handyman gives hands-on and user-friendly tips, and provides inspiration for Kiwi’s DIY projects’, says Dashiell.


“Despite the recession, there is still a strong desire among Kiwis towards owning their own home and a growing trend to tackle home DIY activities themselves”.


About Handyman:


Handyman magazine includes editorial features on real projects, advice from building professionals and experts, product profiles, shopping guides and informative articles.


Handyman magazine is a monthly publication and will be available at Bunnings stores and where all good magazines are sold.


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