Luxembourg is a legendary country in the Eurovision song contest that hasn’t participated for a long time. They only competed in the song contest from 1956 up to 1993. After they stopped sending entries to the song competition. Despite being a country that doesn’t compete anymore, It has a legendary status. It won the contest five times in its early days. The reason it stopped competing is the lack of funding.
The Stan Original movie, The Portable Door, will soon be available on different streaming platforms. It’s based on a book by Tom Holt with the same title and is the first movie in the J.W. Wells & Co. series.
The Class of ’07 will be available on Amazon Prime in Australia and New Zealand on March 18th, and will likely be available globally in the future, as Prime video originals are not exclusive to any country. The show focuses on early 2000s nostalgia and female friendships, which can be fragile and difficult to maintain over time.
A Federal Court in Australia has fined Valve $2.1 million for consumer law violations that occurred due to the company’s policy of refunds on Steam. In particular, the punishment is centered on the fact that Steam had no advertised refund system in place between 2011 and 2014.
As of this week, the Australian versions of Target and K-Mart have pulled all copies of Grand Theft Auto V from their store shelves. Why would such a thing happen? Well, the image above might give you an idea. On the left is Barbie, in the middle is a pig plush and on the right is GTA V.
The ancient kangaroo family sthenurine, which roamed Austraila until about 30,000 years ago, probably wouldn’t have triggered your Kangaroo Jack nostalgia (or if you’re like me, PTSD). It’s true that in some ways they were relatively like modern roos. They did have a long tail and a generally kangaroo-shaped body.
The forever long Video games vs. Australia dispute may finally be reaching a close. Australia just announced that they are proposing to add a new rating system which will restrict minors from buying adult games. More info after the break!(more…)