Underbelly Exposure

One of the co-authors of controversial U.N tell-all Emergency Sex and Other Desperate Measures: A True Story From Hell on Earth is NZ-born doctor Andrew Thompson. Described on Amazon as a “scorching, devastatingly honest memoir … a first-of-its-kind confession of love, friendship, and betrayal of ideals from civilians who volunteered to be on the front lines,” the book landed all three U.N employees in hot water. Thompson was fired by the U.N after the book’s publication but has recently been reinstated after he made a successful appeal claiming whistleblower status.


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Rhys Darby and Terminix Unite for Campaign

Rhys Darby and Terminix Unite for Campaign

New Zealand actor Rhys Darby joined Adweek for an exclusive interview about his new campaign with American pest control company, Terminix. Darby, 47, is no stranger to humour – or bringing it…