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Lads magazine Zoo Weekly pulled from supermarket shelves after campaign

Lads magazine Zoo Weekly pulled from supermarket shelves after...

A Zoo Weekly cover. Image: Zoo Weekly By Australia 2015-08-20 04:42:32 UTC Lads magazine Zoo Weekly has been pulled from the shelves of an Australian supermarket chain following a campaign against its content. The supermarket giant, Coles, ... Mashable, 2 weeks ago
Sky News Australia

Zoo Weekly taken off Coles shelves

A young woman has succeeded in having popular men's magazine Zoo Weekly pulled from the shelves of Coles, and is calling for Woolworths to do the same. Laura Pintur, 23, from activist group Collective Shout, accumulated 40,000 signatures ...
 Sky News Australia2 weeks ago
The New Daily

Coles bans Zoo Weekly magazine after online campaign

Supermarket giant Coles has announced it will stop stocking provocative lad-mag Zoo Weekly in its stores. An anti-sexism campaignpaid off after a 20-year-old Coles worker joined an initial pushby a 23-year-old graphic designer, by taking the ...
 The New Daily2 weeks ago Activist group claims victory after Coles withdraws lads mag Zoo Weekly from shelves  Mumbrella2 weeks ago Lads' mag dropped from supermarket shelves  Canberra Times2 weeks ago Coles withdraws lads' mag Zoo Weekly from sale after staff complaint and online campaign  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago

Rita Ora puts her eye-popping cleavage on full display as she walks in Chanel fashion show

TODAY she was hailed as the world's hottest woman by Zoo magazine and it seems Rita Ora readily accepted her sex symbol status by flaunting her enviable cleavage at the Chanel Haute Couture fashion show at the
 NigerianHerald.com1 month ago
Radio New Zealand

Knut a mystery anymore: Polar bear's death explained

Scientists say they can now explain what happened to Knut, the famous polar bear that drowned at Berlin Zoo in 2011. Three-month-old Knut the polar bear in 2007. Photo: AFP A new investigation has shown that he had a type of autoimmune ...
 Radio New Zealand1 week ago Knut polar bear death riddle solved  BBC1 week ago Mystery of what killed Knut the polar bear finally solved  Examiner.com1 week ago What killed Knut the polar bear? Study offers 'closure'  Business Insider1 week ago
Canberra Times

The element of surprise

Joan Smalls was the first Latina model to represent Estee Lauder cosmetics and was ranked number 8 on Forbes magazine's 2013 list of the world's highest-paid models. The Puerto Rican supermodel is the face of fashion brand Studio.W and was in ...
 Canberra Times2 weeks ago Why model Joan Smalls likes to surprise us  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago

12 Of The Most Powerful Science Photos Of This Week

A Sumatran orangutan holds her one day old baby at Chester Zoo. Sumatran orangutans are critically endangered there are thought to be only 6,500 remaining on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, which is the only place this species are found in the ...
 Hubii2 hours ago Why are hairy Houdinis on the run?  Gold Coast Bulletin1 month ago Escaped orangutan puts zoo on temporary lockdown  AOL.com1 month ago Orang-utan escape puts zoo in lockdown  Geelong Advertiser1 month ago
Moscow Times

Tbilisi Zoo Announces Post-Flood Comeback

Tbilisi zoo keepers drag a dead lion. Originally published by Two months after horror-movie scenes ofzoo animals wandering around Tbilisi made international headlines, theGeorgian capital's zoo has announced plans toreopen ...
 Moscow Times2 weeks ago
New Scientist

Track individual tigers just by listening to them roar

Look Ma, Im roaring (Image: Sophie Spicer/PhotoPlus Magazine via ) No two tigers sound alike. That's the idea behind The Prusten Project, a conservation initiative in the US that wants to use audio to track tigers in the wild . Courtney Dunn, ...
 New Scientist3 weeks ago

Leprosy in Florida? Officials Blame Unusual Spike on Armadillos

A giant armadillo (tatou), a species in danger of extinction is seen in the zoo of Asuncion, 15 September 2006. (Norberto Duarte/AFP/) Close More ways to share... Stumbled LinkedIn Vine Reddit Delicious Newstrust Tell my politician ...
 NewsMax.com1 month ago
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