An adolescence spent playing spacies inspired the directorial debut of a famous New Zealand face. Oscar Kightley’s first short film Tom’s Dairy is one of six finalists in the New Zealand International Film Festival beginning on Thursday
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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.
Rapper Chris Brown has been charged with driving without a valid license and hit-and-run, both misdemeanors, in connection with a May 21 fender bender, Los Angeles city prosecutors said Tuesday. Brown rear-ended another vehicle with his Range Rover and then failed to exchange information with the other driver, said Frank Mateljan, a spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney’s office.
Australian radio presenter Dee Dee Dunleavy has triggered outrage on social media by penning a blog post implying women should boycott British celebrity Nigella Lawson’s books until she “makes a stand on domestic violence”.
Janie Smith visits Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, the setting for a new Prime documentary series. Whether it is X-raying an injured tui or performing lifesaving surgery on a horse, the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital is the place for the job.
Courtney Love says her relationship with her daughter is “really good”, even though they haven’t seen each other for three years. The Hole rocker has 20-year-old Frances Bean with her late husband, Nirvana star Kurt Cobain
Grumpy Cat has become an internet meme that keeps on giving. The short-haired domestic cat with a gloomy outlook in like became a hit online through YouTube but next up its conquering TV, and is set to shoot a cat food commercial.
The streets of central Kabul’s bustling open-air Mandavi market was cleared of shopkeepers and shoppers early this afternoon after Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen attacked a large police station on the area’s main street.
Question: “Under what international law do we have a right to attempt to destabilize the constitutionally elected government of another country?” Answer: “l am not going to pass judgment on whether it is permitted or authorized under international law. It is a recognized fact that historically as well as presently, such actions are taken in the best interest of the countries involved.” That blunt response by President Gerald Ford at his press conference last week was either remarkably careless or remarkably candid