Air New Zealand is providing “flexibility” over flights for people with tickets to the cancelled Rolling Stones concert in Auckland on April 5, the company says.
GCSB protesters have laid formal complaints with the Broadcasting Standards Authority after an inaccurate television report said rocks and bottles were thrown during a Palmerston North rally. A 3News report on Saturday night claimed Palmerston North people clashed with police and threw bottles and rocks at the city’s protest
Cory Monteith’s tragic death has left a “major hole in the heart” of his hit TV show Glee, says a top Hollywood entertainment expert.
The Force is strong with Barack Obama. The US President has bounced back from a galactic mix-up after he fused two Star Wars and Star Trek references into one at a press conference
It could be argued that the world does not need a new science, but Laurence J. Peter, a professor of education at the University of Southern California, has invented one.
We are a nation grown numb to the seemingly endless fine print that accompanies our purchases.
The newest technologies–computers, genetic engineering and the emerging field of nanotech–differ from the technologies that preceded them in a fundamental way. The telephone, the automobile, television and jet air travel accelerated for a while, transforming society along the way, but then settled into a manageable rate of change
It’s possible that the Navy Seal team that killed Osama bin Laden on May 1 carried communication equipment made by L-3 Communications. It’s also possible that if you were a U.S
Unlike his rival Jared Fogle, whose message of wellness has helped Subway overtake the Golden Arches as the largest restaurant chain in the world, Ronald McDonald doesn’t look Unlike his rival Jared Fogle, whose message of wellness has helped Subway overtake the Golden Arches as the largest restaurant chain in the world, Ronald McDonald doesn’t look like the picture of health these days. When a report recently surfaced that the 48-year-old clown was being retired, Ronald haters everywhere felt vindicated
There was nothing very special about the message that made Laurence Canter and Martha Siegel the most hated couple in cyberspace. It was a relatively straightforward advertisement offering the services of their husband-and-wife law firm to aliens interested in getting a green card — proof of permanent-resident status in the U.S