Fabulous new additions to our Zinio collection

covers of a selection of new titles: Web Designer, Mollie Makes, The Atlantic, Fast Company, BBC Top Gear, Horrible Histories, Cuisine

We have added some great new titles to our WCL Zinio eMagazine collection which have just become available this week, free to read with your library card :

Architectural Review Asia Pacific | BBC Good Food Magazine | BBC History Magazine
BBC Top Gear Magazine | Bloomberg Businessweek | Cosmopolitan Australia
Country Living UK | Cuisine | delicious | Diabetic Living Australia | donna hay magazine
Fast Company | Fight Magazine – Australia | Gardens Illustrated Magazine
Girlfriend Australia | Gourmet Traveller | Horrible Histories
Linux User & Developer | Lonely Planet Traveller | Marie Claire Australia
Men’s Health Australia | Mollie Makes | New Zealand Handyman
Practical Parenting Australia | Prima Baby | renegade COLLECTIVE
Rugby League Week | SciFi Now | SFX | T3
The Atlantic | The Australian Women’s Weekly | Wallpaper
Web Designer | Who Do You Think You Are? | Woman’s Day (Australian ed)

When you’re browsing Zinio, you can locate any of these new titles by entering the name in the search box, or choosing a genre.

You can find a full list of our Zinio titles here. You might see that several titles which were available in 2014 are no longer listed.  This can be for either of two reasons – mostly that the publisher has chosen to remove their content or for some, they were of very low use and have been discontinued.

Of course, if you haven’t explored Zinio yet – there’s more information about this collection on our mygateway magazines page, together with advice on how to set yourself up on your desktop or mobile device. Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Fabulous new additions to our Zinio collection”

  1. Is it possible for you to bring back the US Weekly magazine and/or any other entertainment mags? It’s just nice to have a mindless read after a tiring day in the office. Many thanks.

    1. Hi Marilen, unfortunately US Weekly was one of the titles that was no longer made available to us. If you have a browse through the “women” category as well as the “entertainment” category you may find some more appropriate light reading there 🙂

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