What happens when Earth, Rod Oram and a 69 year-old crooner collide? Tell us and win!

  • Win
  • February 25, 2010
  • StopPress Team
What happens when Earth, Rod Oram and a 69 year-old crooner collide? Tell us and win!

On his recent visit to New Zealand, Welsh crooner Tom Jones stopped by at the official launch for the countdown to Earth Hour, held at at The Langham Hotel in Auckland (no undie throwing was reported). No undies yes, but he did manage to strike up a conversation with none other than Rod Oram. Now that's unusual.

We're offering  some super sexy prizes to whoever can come up with the smartest, cheekiest and wittiest comment for what they're discussing in the photo below.

Get your caption caps on and you could be taking home your own underwear (Tom would be proud). We have three steaming hot prize backs to give away each consisting of a bottle of Drambuie and a DimitySO camisole.

Taller, thinner and sporting a seductive amber glow (no, we're not talking about Tom Jones), Drambuie celebrates the 100th anniversary of its first bottling in Edinburgh this year with a brand new look and a refreshing new range of summer serves. RRP $60

DimitySO is the new range of lingerie that mixes designer, with high street and vintage to provide a fabulous and spunky range of lingerie. RRP $74.99 each

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Protecting young smiles: Grin Natural encourages education and awareness of kids' dental health in new campaign

  • Brand
  • August 22, 2018
  • Georgina Harris
Protecting young smiles: Grin Natural encourages education and awareness of kids' dental health in new campaign

Grin Natural, a 100 percent natural New Zealand made toothpaste brand, recently launched a nationwide campaign to help Kiwi kids in need. Idealog spoke with Grin Natural marketing manager Paul Stokes and general manager and co-founder Tara Tan about its eco-friendly toothbrushes and natural toothpaste, how the company came about, and the urgent need to improve the dental health of kids around the country.

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