Random Magazines

They can take their lead from that shonky science program the ABC used to run. Catalyst.

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Is it just me or has anyone else noticed the shrinking shelf space allocated to magazines in most newsagencies?

That’s because magazines are not being published any more. I used to buy a heap of magazines. But now, the stuff I’d used to fork out the money for, I get online.

It’s a shame, I loved spending hours reading them. The tactile feel of them as well. The occasional freebie too.

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UPDATE 10/6

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Men’s Health and Women’s Health have done a collab with husband and wife covers this month featuring Ed Kavalee and Tiffiny Hall. They are expecting their second child soon.

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Magazine printer Ovato was placed into voluntary administration yesterday.

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Tim Robards is on the cover of Men’s Health (again) for its 25th Anniversary issue.

Published under a licensing agreement between Forbes Media and Success Publishing Pty Ltd, Forbes Australia will bring a multi-faceted experience that includes a bi-monthly magazine, website and curated online newsletters.

Members will also be invited to live and hybrid events, with the first LIVE event happening in Sydney on 20 October.

Content will primarily be built on unique, locally written stories of entrepreneurs and success, mixed with the best news and features from Forbes’ global offerings.

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