Dr Zac Turner on Studio 10

CLIENT: DR ZAC
OUTLET: STUDIO 10

Dr Zac joined Studio 10 to discuss some of the weeks hottest health topics including how candles could be giving us cancer. There’s been a push in the UK to label candles containing paraffin with a health warning, however nothing similar is on the cards here in Australia. Dr Zac also delved into the growing number of men suffering from ‘Bigorexia’, with men obsessing over their muscle mass, often to their own detriment. Lastly, one of the best ways to keep yourself young is by playing video games. Not only will your grandkids think you’re cool, you’ll also reduce your risk of conditions like Alzheimers.

This Aussie-invented women's safety app can now by activated by voice thanks to Apple's Siri and Google Assistant

CLIENT: WANDERSAFE
OUTLET: BUSINESS INSIDER AUSTRALIA

A voice-activated feature using Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant can now be used on an Australian-founded app helping to prevent attacks on women and vulnerable people.

Australian inventor Stephenie Rodriguez first introduced her WanderSafe app in 2018 to help women travel more safely. The free app works together with a hand-held beacon that features a 140-decibel alarm and a bright light for lighting up a potential threat.

Dr Zac Turner on Studio 10

Dr Zac joins Studio 10 to discuss some of the biggest health news stories of the week , including new research by Food Standards of Australia revealing that many of our common household grocery products contain traces of RoundUp, a weed killer that has been banned in many other countries.

He also discusses the rise of a flesh eating bacteria making it’s way through Victoria and the alarming rise of blindness occurring after receiving dermal fillers.

Backlash over Coles' latest mini plastic toys campaign

CLIENT: DEMAND.FILM
OUTLET: SBS WORLD NEWS

Supermarket giant Coles is under fire over its latest marketing campaign - giving out free mini plastic toys with purchases.  Anti-plastic campaigners are calling for a boycott of Coles' new range of miniature grocery toys launched today. Paul Hellier and Jamie Lepre, who have produced a new documentary which investigates the plight of single-use plastic in the world, say Australians should boycott Coles during the promotion.

Supermarket giant Coles is under fire over its latest marketing campaign - giving out free mini plastic toys with purchases.

Anti-plastic campaigners are calling for a boycott of Coles' new range of miniature grocery toys launched today. Paul Hellier and Jamie Lepre, who have produced a new documentary which investigates the plight of single-use plastic in the world, say Australians should boycott Coles during the promotion.



Coles Little Shop campaign infuriates environmentalists

CLIENT: DEMAND.FILM
OUTLET: 7 NEWS - NATIONAL, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BRISBANE, ADELAIDE AND PERTH

It's been labelled the best retail promotion in Australian history. Coles Little Shop campaign is back in stores - infuriating environmentalists who are calling the supermarket chain hypocritical and irresponsible, and urging families to shop elsewhere. Paul Hellier and Jamie Lepre, the filmmakers behind the documentary Peloton Against Plastic, are calling for a boycott of the plastic laden promotion, which is launched during Plastic Free July

It's been labelled the best retail promotion in Australian history. Coles Little Shop campaign is back in stores - infuriating environmentalists who are calling the supermarket chain hypocritical and irresponsible, and urging families to shop elsewhere. Paul Hellier and Jamie Lepre, the filmmakers behind the documentary Peloton Against Plastic, are calling for a boycott of the plastic laden promotion, which is launched during Plastic Free July

Killjoy Greenies claim Coles Little Shops toys are 'dangerous' to kids because they are made of plastic

CLIENT: DEMAND.FILM
OUTLET: THE DAILY MAIL

Campaigners are calling for a boycott of Coles Little Shop toys because they are made of plastic. 

The supermarket giant is bringing back the Little Shop collectables from Wednesday after the toys proved hugely popular last year.

But two prominent anti-plastic eco-warriors are campaigning to stop the fun scheme where customers get a toy for every $30 spent.