Kelly, originally from Taranaki and now living in Brooklyn, New York, was one of four finalists given a budget to prepare several looks for a runway show at New York Fashion Week. Kelly received a prize pack including $100,000 from Red Robin to launch his business, a car from Lexus and a spread in Marie Claire magazine.
Manawatu Evening Standard, Fri, Oct 24 2014 @ 12:12 AM
New York police fear that a crazed hatchet attack on four police officers in Jamaica, Queens, today could be linked to terrorism. The unidentified suspect, shown in surveillance footage as a dark skinned male around 32-years-old, was shot dead on the scene after slashing one cop in the arm and the other in the head at around without warning about 2pm.
The New Zealand Herald, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 11:40 PM
Health officials have confirmed that the New York City doctor who has tested positive for the Ebola virus traveled on the subway and rode a taxi on Wednesday evening. Given the amount of people who use taxis and subways to travel from commuter towns like West Orange to the city, officials are working quickly to track down anyone who may have come in contact with Dr. Spencer, and is now at risk of contracting the virus.
Patch.com, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 11:14 PM
A New York City police officer is recuperating in a Queens hospital after a man went at his head with a hatchet, police said Thursday night. Also hurt in the incident was a second officer who was hit in the arm and a bystander shot in the lower back when two more officers opened fire on the alleged attacker, police said.
Central Ohio, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 11:11 PM
Two rookie NYPD officers from Long Island were injured, one critically, when a man struck them with a metal hatchet on a Queens street Thursday afternoon, before cops opened fire, killing the attacker and wounding a female bystander, authorities said. The assailant struck Officer Kenneth Healey, 25, in the head with the hatchet after swinging it at Officer Joseph Meeker, 24, striking him in the arm, police Commissioner William Bratton said during a news conference with Mayor Bill de Blasio Thursday at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, where both officers were treated.
Newsday, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 11:09 PM
Paired with an Aussie co-star in both of the two TV roles for which he is best known - Dr Sean McNamara in Nip/Tuck and police detective Al Burns in Unforgettable - the 50 year old jokes that, "Apparently, I only work with Australians". Not that he is complaining, of course.
Stuff.co.nz, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 10:43 PM
The world of Chinese-American gangsters is a notoriously inscrutable one for outsiders. Films like YEAR OF THE DRAGON and THE CORRUPTOR have shown the society through the eyes of white cops, but it remains largely unexplored on film, particularly when compared to the usually-nearby Italian mob .
Ain't It Cool News, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 10:41 PM