News Arround the World
Firemen chiefs in China have come up with a new and scary way of
toughening up their men - by making them spend a night in a graveyard!
twenty firemen were recently stationed in a Chinese cemetery in
Pingliang City and were ordered to patrol tombstones, locate'victims',
complete running exercises and then sleep in the graveyard.Senior
officers even spent the night creeping around the cemetery making scary
noises to test the firemen's bravery.
Frozen 2 officially confirmed
Yes we want to build a snowman!!!Disney has revealed that there will
be a Frozen 2! Frozen won 2 Oscars in 2014 for best animated feature and
best original song for Let It Go.
There is no official release date yet but we do know that it won't be
before 2018. If you can't wait until then, a seven minute short film
called 'Frozen Fever' is being shown before Disney's Cinderellain
Blurred Lines song breaches copyright
A jury in the United States has ruled that the writers of one of the
best selling songs of all time ripped off another songwriter.The jury
decided that Blurred Lines - by Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams -
breached the copyright of Marvin Gaye's 1977 hit, Got To Give It Up.
The jury said the Williams and Thicke must pay $10 million to Gaye's
family.Thicke and Williams denied copying the hit and are disappointed
with the jury's decision. Gaye died in April 1984, leaving his children
the copyright to hismusic. His children sued Thicke and Williams in
Cyclone Pam hits New Zealand
Cyclone Pam has bought strong wind, power cuts and large seas to the
north of the North Island as its first effects are felt in New
Zealand.Wind gusts of 144 kilometres an hour have been recorded in parts
of the Hauraki Gulf and similar strong wind in exposed parts of
Northland.Power was cut to almost 2000 homes in the Auckland region.