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Survivor Oz Top 10 - Top 10 'Blue Collar' Survivors

Survivor has brought us an array of ‘blue collar’ types, and in the lead up to the season 30 premiere, our stately Englishman, James Pickering brings our 3 week series to a close by presenting his top 10 picks of quintessential blue collar contestants who have kept it real during their time on the show. 1,641 more words


Ações para Juventude Indígena são apresentadas em planejamento anual

O superintendente estadual de juventude do Tocantins, Ricardo Ribeirinha apresentou o planejamento anual  para os representantes da juventude indígena de diversas etnias do estado nessa quarta-feira, 28, na sede da Secretaria de Esportes, Lazer e Juventude. 295 more words

Survivor Oz Top 10 - Top Ten 'White Collar' Survivors

In many ways, one of the biggest themes of Survivor is based around white collar types. How will people handle living on an island, playing a cut throat strategic game when they are taken away from all the comforts and luxuries of home? 2,970 more words


Survivor Oz Top 10 - Top 10 Alliance Names

15 years of Survivor have brought us more alliances that we can count, but only a select few have been commemorated with a name, making them stay in our minds years on from when the season originally aired. 1,195 more words


Random Episode of the Week: Tocantins Episode 09-The Biggest Fraud in the Game

It’s Tuesday which means it’s time to bring you our RANDOM EPISODE OF THE WEEK from the mind of one of our Ozlets Clifton Gibbons! Each week Clifton will randomly choose an episode from the history of… 3,723 more words


Survivor Oz Top 10 - Top 10 Season Finales

Greeting Sozers! TOP 10 time again, and this week Nick Chester looks back at the final episodes of each respective Survivor season to rank the best finales. 2,267 more words


Survivor Oz Top 10 - Top 10 Tribal Council Voting Confessionals

The final words as contestants present their vote can land a scathing final blow in the game of Survivor. This week Ozlet Rossi runs down his favourite tribal council voting confessionals where the contestants didn’t hold back in telling the audience how they really felt. 1,323 more words