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OK to slap someone else's child has been common in Australia since Christos Tsiolkas's novel The Slap was published in 2008. But now the British are getting in on the act after a shop assistant slapped a three-year-old girl who knocked some items off
Apple, future producers of an iWatch everyone will convince themselves they need, filed a patent today for a bi-stable spring with flexible display. The patent also notes that the most recent widespread use of such a device was the slap bracelet,
Thursday November 15, 2012 Jonathan LaPaglia talks about his role in The Slap Sweet temptation: Hector (Jonathan LaPaglia) deals with his midlife crisis by having an affair with his teenage babysitter, Connie (Sophie Lowe). The Slap actor Jonathan
Wednesday November 14, 2012 A rude awakening Party gone wrong: A ruckus erupts between Harry (Alex Dimitriades, left) and Rosie (Melissa George) when he slaps her three-year-old son, Hugo (Julian Mineo) during a suburban barbeque. Hard-hitting issues
It sounds like American TV-watchers have something pretty sweet to get excited about. NBC is adapting the critically-acclaimed Australian miniseries titled The Slap , and based on the description I think we can expect some seriously good drama.
THE Big Issue always attracts well-known names to its annual fiction edition, including best-sellers such as Matthew Reilly and award-winners such as The Slap author Christos Tsiolkas. But this year they have netted a really big fish in Academy Award
The Dinner is a sly novel that appears to head in one direction but, before you know it, is galloping down another, unexpected path. The story is constructed out of a single set-piece: two Dutch couples meet at a high-end restaurant in Amsterdam...
Friday Jul 13, 2012 Welcome to the most awful party in the world...His wife, Aisha, an Australian vet of perhaps African or Caribbean background, is a dedicated mother but demanding spouse. There are Hector's parents, Greek immigrants by origin but
Best known for rescuing Friday Night Lights and Damages from cancellation, the satellite broadcaster DirecTV has a sideline in bringing offbeat British and Australian series to America shows you won't see unless you're a DirecTV subscriber (or have a
Reverend Court, now a pastor at Perth's Victory Life Centre church, angered gay activists recently when she said she opposed gay marriage because it would "legitimise what God calls abominable sexual practices," leading some to call for her name to