M.I.A. takes a refugees journey in the video she directed for her track 'Borders'.
Whopping age gaps aren't uncommon in Tinseltown, here are a few of the more unconventional romantic pairings.
Mary-Kate Olsen, 29, has officially married her fiance Olivier Sarkozy, 46, in Manhattan.
Dr Don Mathieson, the Film and Literature Board of Review president who staunchly banned controversial novel Into The River, is set to be replaced.
Musician Ladi6 wed her longtime partner in an intimate island ceremony, that came as a surprise to family and friends.
Brian Hawkins may be 82, but he plans to be dancing to the beat at the AC/DC concert in Wellington in December.
Hasselhof and Colonel Sanders among weirdest Christmas albums of all time.
A Child's Christmas in Wales and other memories of childhood is a most engaging and entertaining piece of theatre.
Ten (or so) things you didn't know about the Pop Princess who loves cats, her fans and laughing at herself.
Kiwi queen of stage and screen gains Equity's highest honour.
He was Walking Away but now he's back.
In the lead-up to Christmas, a new force has awoken in toy stores around the country.
Matilda Rice overshares in this week's gossip file.
Hold the front page: a new wave of films about journalism is about to break.
An iconic movie car from the 70s and 80s has been sold for a record price for its model.
Kitchens sell houses and first impressions count - what should you look out for in your home?
Nic Cave-Lynch of Tymar Lighting approached me with the offer of a guest post about lighting, something from his point of view. We haven't really discussed lighting at concerts here. And I'm not sure why. So why not start with one of the experts leading a discussion...someone who at the least knows what he's talking about. My thanks to Nic for offering this. Over to him now...
Popular weather presenter Karen Olsen has finally revealed the truth behind her sudden departure from TVNZ.
The Bachelor's winning duo have launched their first joint project, and it's sickeningly adorable.
Alex Proyas says sorry for casting predominantly white actors in his action fantasy, Gods of Egypt.