The 2022 World Cup, which will be held in the Persian Gulf emirate of Qatar, is more than eight years away. But it is already making a lot of news—and not the sort of news the oil-rich nation hoped to make when it landed the tournament. ESPN conducted a special investigation into the human rights […]
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Rain of Poems took place over London on Tuesday 26th June 2012 at 9pm. One hundred thousand poems printed on bookmarks by over 300 contemporary poets from 204 countries fell from a helicopter over Jubilee Gardens during Poetry Parnassus as the sun sets. Rain of Poems, created by Casagrande, sees poems dropped over cities bombed […]
Auckland, The Cloud, 19 September 2012: Rau rangatira mā, e huihui nei, Ngāti Whātua Iwi, Te Whānau a Valerie, te hunga hākinakina katoa kei konei, i tēnei pō whakahirahira. Tēnā koutou katoa. Distinguished guests, members of the Olympic family, ladies and gentlemen; and I specifically acknowledge Valerie Adams, and your family and friends; good evening. […]
Valerie Adams is looking forward to a warm welcome from friends, family and members of the Tongan community when she touches down at Auckland Airport tomorrow morning. En route to New Zealand today, Adams said she looking forward to the celebrations. “I can’t wait to get home,” she said. “I know friends and family will […]