He may not be regular Sunday night viewing any more, but Benny Tipene is doing anything but relaxing.
Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will grace the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, a move that’s being described as glamourising terrorism. The music magazine said it chose Tsarnaev after contributing editor Janet Reitman spent two months interviewing dozens of people connected to him, including friends, teachers and police
The lesbian couple competing in the Mitre 10 Dream Home reality TV show have hit back at vicious online attacks about their sexuality. The choice of Jay Blair, 29, and Amanda Fail, 31, to be one of two Christchurch families competing for the chance to build a new house was labelled a ratings stunt.
Eminem’s song publisher is suing Facebook and an ad agency, saying they copied music from one of the rapper’s songs. Eight Mile Style filed a federal lawsuit in Detroit on Monday alleging that a 30-second Facebook ad broadcast online last month copied music from Eminem’s 2000 song Under the Influence.
To celebrate Shortland St turning 21 this month, we’re asking fans to write about how much they love the show. The winners will get to interview the stars of the show live on Stuff.co.nz.
The new Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy at the University of Southern California will offer a curriculum aimed to help young innovators create the next iPod or Facebook. Young – hip-hop mogul best known as Dr Dre and the co-founder of Interscope Records – appeared at a news conference
TV singing contests around the world tend to serve up light, glitzy entertainment with a dash of emotional drama. But in the Middle East’s version of American Idol, it’s the region’s troubles that often take centre stage
Tiger Woods reportedly embarrassed Lindsey Vonn at a Met Gala after-party.
The list of troubles linked to Justin Bieber’s tour of Europe grew again after Swedish police said they had found drugs and a stun gun on the pop singer’s bus. No arrests were made since the bus was empty at the time, Stockholm police spokesman Lars Bystrom said.
An Oscar-winning Kiwi costume designer has been asked to weave her magic at an internet billionaire’s fairytale wedding. Sean Parker, founder of file-sharing site Napster and later president of Facebook, has hired film costume designer Ngila Dickson to create an outfit for each guest at his US$10 million (NZ$11.8m) wedding in California in June