Air New Zealand is providing “flexibility” over flights for people with tickets to the cancelled Rolling Stones concert in Auckland on April 5, the company says.
Michael Jackson could have earned US$1.1 billion (NZ$1.9 billion) or more if he had performed a worldwide concert tour and created a Las Vegas show before his death, an accounting expert familiar with the singer’s earning potential told jurors. Arthur Erk, a certified public accountant who conducts royalty audits for musicians, told jurors that Jackson might have earned US$1.5 billion for the shows if he had charged higher ticket prices during later shows on the This Is It tour
From the Springbok Tour to the Urewera raids, outrage often has a catchy tune. Now New Zealand’s ‘‘protest’’ songs have been brought together for the first time in a new exhibition at the the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington
Sola Rosa’s Andrew Spraggon has been forced to rest up ahead of the release of new single Promise. “I had a [hand] injury years ago when we were playing at Splore, which progressively got worse over time, and eventually needed an operation which I had last year,” Spraggon says
Jennifer Lopez is seen in a hotel swimming pool, looking more like a 23-year0old than a 40-year-old in her tiny bikini while enjoying some R&R with her children and boyfriend, back up dancer Casper Smart. Hours before she performed at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida, September 1, Jennifer Lopez, 43, sneaked in some […]
The Spice Girls are together again! This time they are teaming up for a new musical where they will be singing their old songs in a show about about a girl obsessed with pop culture. The all girl band reunited in London on Tuesday to announce […]
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Both Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods went home with trophies, with Mickelson winning the Tour Championship and Woods a winner of the $10 million FedEx Cup title in Atlanta, Georgia. Mickelson won the Tour Championship on Sunday with a final-round 65, leaving Woods a runner-up at six-under but still a winner of the FedEx Cup title, according to Golf.com
Padraig Harrington may have missed out on the British Open title but the mischievous Irishman showed how much the Claret Jug means to him by stealing the trophy from current holder Stewart Cink.