JK Rowling has secretly written a crime novel under a false name. The Sunday Times newspaper revealed that the Harry Potter author had published The Cuckoo’s Calling in April using the pseudonym Robert Galbraith
REVIEW: During the dim distant 1980s, a definite guilty pleasure of being home sick from school or work was the chance to catch a dizzying episode of Australian soap Prisoner. Remembering that there were no home video recorders in that era, the afternoon-screened series about women inmates and their guards – extremely racy for the times – attained an especial mystique.
OPINION: As a member of ‘Generation Y’, I dutifully tuned into X Factor New Zealand this weekend to watch the drama, the showcasing of NZ’s greatest talents, and the arrival of one of the world’s most talked about shows to the shores of Aotearoa. What I saw was something that was a disappointing indictment of how our culture apparently derives pleasure
The Bads’ third album is all about travelling through life with as little baggage as possible.
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney said Thursday the United States firmly backs NATO membership for Georgia, telling Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili that America will help his country rebuild its democracy and economy after last month’s conflict with Russia.