Chopard jewellery worth $1.4 million intended to adorn movie stars at the Cannes film festival has been stolen, a police source said today, but the company said the value had been exaggerated and the items were not for actresses to use. According to the source, who declined to be named because he was not authorised to discuss the case with the press, the jewels were in the safe of a room rented by an employee of the luxury jeweller, which is also a Cannes sponsor.
Forget London, Paris, New York or Tokyo. French electro duo Daft Punk have picked a small New South Wales farming town as the location to launch their highly anticipated fourth album
Television executives used to think Australian audiences were too reserved to make a local talk show work.
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Women now dominate the ranks of university graduates across most fields.
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While the mainstream media were having lunch, members of the audience made other plans.
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In the depths of a freezing winter in 2005, European politicians anguished, as they do during many winters, about supplying heat to millions of homes and businesses.
As China marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of the PRC and the 30th anniversary of Deng Xiaoping’s reform and opening policies, there are countless examples of how the country has changed over the decades. In the sphere of foreign media coverage, perhaps the most obvious came last week, when 300 news executives arrived in Beijing for the country’s first World Media Summit, held Oct.