She swears, shouts and likes a good game of “rugger” – screen star Julie Andrews has revealed she’s not always as sweet as a spoonful of sugar. The veteran Mary Poppins and Sound of Music star is in New Zealand for her latest stage show, An Evening with Julie Andrews, which plays tomorrow
In the inevitable comparisons that economists and businesspeople make between Asia’s two rising giants, China and India, China nearly always comes out on top. The Chinese economy historically outpaces India’s by just about every measure.
Like running backs and child actors, rappers usually do their best work in the first year or two of their careers. The inevitable decline is brought on not by bum knees or embarrassing arrests–in rap there’s no such thing–but by something far more mundane: words
Five-times champion Roger Federer is through to his seventh successive Wimbledon final after a comfortable straight sets Center Court victory over German veteran Tommy Haas on Friday. Second seed Federer eased to a 7-6 7-5 6-3 success, meaning he will contest a 20th grand slam final as he attempts to claim a new record 15 grand slam wins. The world number two put on a magnificent show of serving against his 31-year-old opponent — not giving up one break point in the two-hour match.
Despite the pressure of Chrysler’s April 30 deadline to pull off a rescue package or face potential bankruptcy the United Autoworkers has been in no rush to make concessions. “As I see it, the United Auto Workers union has a choice