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Want to know a little more about the staff behind your favourite newspaper? See what books each of us would suggest for another colleague
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Fuzzy, fluffy or scaly, with two fins, four limbs or eight legs, and with wings, tails or hooves – we all love animal films (yep, even those of you who say they hate animals, love them).
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At United Airlines we are always looking keep everyone happy, and espcially our own team, which we're looking to grow!
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The One Direction member claimed this week’s No 1 spot with Sign of the Times, a bombastic piano ballad that signals a new direction for the boyband star.
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Making friends is never easy, and for little Shoko, who has a hearing impairment, it’s especially difficult. And school bully Shoya doesn’t make things any easier for her in A Silent Voice.
The world was shocked in 1978, when famed South Korean actors Shin Sang-ok and Choi Eun-hee were abducted from Hong Kong and taken to North Korea.
After a period of emotional turmoil, US progressive metallers Mastodon return with their seventh studio album.
MLB: The Show ‘17 opens with the soothing tones of Vin Scully over a live-action video of classic baseball moments like last year’s Cubs World Series win drawn by an artist in on a chalk scoreboard.
“One in a million! Annyeonghaseyo, Twice imnida!” The official greeting of the two-time Golden Disc Awards winner, Twice, may be familiar to some ears.
We learn at a young age that making friends can be easier said than done. For hearing-impaired Shoko Nishimiya in A Silent Voice, this is especially true.
Later this year, the five-piece rock band Nowhere Boys will be hitting their hometown in a big way – by holding a concert in Kowloon Bay in October.
Jay Asher's 2007 novel gets the small-screen treatment - but it's too focused on adult reactions to teen problems to be a winner
Real Estate left a mark on the music press with 2014’s Atlas, and after a minor line-up change, have returned with their fourth release In Mind.
Despite selling more than 20 million albums, James Blunt recently took songwriting lessons from Ed Sheeran in the lead up to his latest album The Afterlove.