Veteran UK chatshow host Sir Michael Parkinson has revealed he has prostate cancer. “I have cancer – and I must admit it is a bore.
Radio New Zealand chief executive Peter Cavanagh is to quit the state broadcaster next Friday, five months before the end of his contract, but he will not receive a “golden handshake”. In a statement the RNZ board said it had reached a mutual agreement with Cavanagh for him to leave early.
Just weeks after paying tribute to her late father, Sir Paul Holmes, by having his face tattooed on her thigh, Millie Elder has shown off her new ink as a model for a street wear label.
> Paul Bragg, 91, claims that his lifeguard's physique was the result of two hours of daily exercise at Honolulu's Waikiki Beach and his special diet. He eats natural foodsfresh fruits, vegetables, seeds, but little meat and no salt; he plans to live to 120.
ROME has spoken,” runs an ancient proverb of the Roman Catholic Church. “The case is closed.” No longer true.
It was a delicious inside bit of politics: Bill Clinton and Congressman Paul Ryan having a private, backstage chat about Medicare, captured by an ABC News camera.
“Names make news.” Last week the following names made the following news: George V. A motor ambulance suitable for transporting His Majesty to the Sussex seaside where he will recuperate was driven into the courtyard of Buckingham Palace, last week, and later the Royal physicians announced that they had “thoroughly tested its suitability.” Paul von Hindenburg, President of Germany, eyed last week, for the first time in his life, a cinema
In November 1989 word went out that Mikhail Gorbachev, First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, would stop in Rome en route to a summit meeting with President George Bush. In Rome he would have an audience with Pope John Paul II.
Even before the sun had risen, the crowd attending the beatification of Pope John Paul II had overfilled the square around the St. Peter’s basilica.
THE ATTACKS of Sept. 11, 2001, sent religious people all over the world to their knees in prayer.