Britpop’s pre-eminent windbag, former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher, has goaded chart-topping Daft Punk, claiming he could have written the French electro duo’s hit Get Lucky in an hour. According to The Sun, Gallagher told Sony’s MU streaming service: “I’d write that in a f—ing hour
Comedian Rose Matafeo had the last laugh in the New Zealand International Comedy Festival when she picked up the prestigious Billy T Award. Miss Matafeo, 21, featured in the Auckland City Harbour News earlier this month speaking about her rapid rise through the ranks of the Kiwi comedy circuit
After what has been one of the smartest marketing campaigns in pop music, the day of Daft Punk’s album launch is finally here. To celebrate the release of the French duo’s album Random Access Memory, we are offering you the chance to win one of five stylish 3D masks and your copy of the album
Queenstown’s national and international marketing body has no worries about being represented negatively by the dark material of Jane Campion’s mini-series Top Of The Lake, which is currently airing worldwide.
The flags have risen, the stages are going up, and Taranaki’s beautiful Bowl of Brooklands is ready to play host.
Silly politicians. Don’t they know the surest way to drum up interest in a pornographic movie on campus is to ban it?
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It’s late July. The sun is beating down, and the backyard beckons
Over the years, Apple has become almost as well known for the tight control it imposes on its innovations as for the tech and marketing genius behind them. If you buy an iPhone in the U.S., for instance, Apple makes you use AT&T as your carrier and it requires you to buy any new applications from its App Store