It offers news, help sheets, articles, mini legal guides, and even some funny stories to help you see the lighter side of the fact that your neighbour has just attacked you with an axe before running off muttering about burning down your shed.
It’s easy to wonder why you’d access the NFHiB’s mobile site instead of its website, which has much more info. But maybe it’s aimed at people who don’t have a home internet connection, or who are suddenly consumed with neighbourly rage while sitting on a bus. Or something.
Anyway, point your mobile browser to nfh.mobi to access the site.