The sudden loss of loved ones and the consequences of such events are recurring themes in a just-published collection of short stories by Hamilton writer Elizabeth Cunnane. Titled After, the book will be launched tonight at Aesthete Gallery in Hamilton
Jen O’Shea wanted to get on The Ellen DeGeneres Show so badly she made a personal secret about her body very public. She posted a video online of her mind-boggling ability to twist her right leg at the hip to a 180 degree angle
With some deck chairs, a carpet and a handful of pocket-sized instruments, a New Zealand couple took to Berlin’s streets to busk and get by in a city where they couldn’t find jobs.
The worst atrocity yet committed in the Viet Nam war began its course last week when a handful of Viet Cong crawled up to the wall-and-wire perimeter of the hamlet of Dak Son, some 75 miles north east of Saigon. The V.C
Did NATO pilots allow 62 Africans fleeing Libya to perish on the high seas because their mission did not include saving desperate migrants or because NATO’s tangled bureaucracy had failed? That’s the allegation roiling Europe after some of the handful of survivors, who drifted for weeks after a harrowing escape from Tripoli, told of having been spotted and then ignored by Western forces
Irish voters are going to the polls again Friday — to vote on a treaty they rejected just over a year ago. But this time round, opinion polls indicate the ‘yes’ campaign to adopt the Lisbon Treaty and its rules for governing an expanded European Union will be successful
These are extraordinary times for our country.
A U.S. sailor sought for information about a taxi driver’s killing near a Navy base has been taken into custody and charged with desertion, according to the U.S.
United States captain Paul Azinger has upped the stakes ahead of September’s Ryder Cup with a stinging attack on his Europe team counterpart Nick Faldo.
Five men in El Salvador, including a police officer, were arrested Wednesday in connection with the killing last week of French filmmaker and photographer Christian Poveda, the country’s attorney general’s office said. A sixth man who allegedly ordered the murder was already in prison, according to a statement from the agency.