So this was the deal: For US$50 (NZ$65), you got to see Brad Pitt’s hotly anticipated zombie thriller World War Z before all your friends.
Sola Rosa are feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world again. The Auckland-based groove merchants head back out on the road – around New Zealand first and then Europe in October – on the back of the re-release of their debut album Solarized, featuring four new mixes of their classic Don’t Leave Home.
An Australian film-maker who found two young virgins willing to sell their bodies to the highest bidder has scored again. Justin Sisely’s controversial documentary film Virgins Wanted is to be re-packaged for the small screen as a reality TV series.
Bryce Wastney’s gamble is paying off.
Investigators don’t know if the massive fire at a fuel storage facility near San Juan was deliberately started or was an accident, the agent in charge of the FBI’s San Juan office said Monday. Agents from the FBI and the U.S.
At least three of the four makers of H1N1 vaccine have begun shipping their products, their representatives told CNN Tuesday.
What’s hot off the presses this week? Any one of the more than 2 million books old enough to fall out of copyright into the public domain.
I have seen many weight loss DNA testing kits on the Internet. These tests claim to identify the best weight loss program by analyzing your DNA
Call it irony, call it the silver lining of a tragic death Michael Jackson’s passing has put the King of Pop back on top of the music charts. His hits have suddenly become the nostalgic sound track of summer 2009. And Jackson’s reign could continue for years with fresh material that has never been released and artistic reworkings of existing classic tracks, according to Tommy Mottola, former CEO and chairman of Sony, the company that owns the distribution rights to much of Jackson’s music
Described as the largest single gathering of displaced residents in the world today, tens of thousands of civilians are seeking shelter along the Afgooye corridor outside Mogadishu, according to the United Nations. Fighting between government forces and Islamist militias has triggered the flight of more than 67,000 Somalis in and around Mogadishu since May 8, the U.N