Entertainment

Story's nudity faux pas

Duncan Garner had to apologise as segment on nude dining inadvertently bares all.

Prince sought addiction help - report

The pop superstar died a day before a scheduled meeting with a treatment specialist.

Trump can't get no satisfaction

Rolling Stones tell presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to stop playing their songs.

Helena's heartbreaking split

Helena Bonham Carter felt "massive grief" after splitting with Tim Burton in 2014.

Tom H, TSwift shake it off

Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift get down at the Met Gala ball.

'TV3 was doomed'

Under Mark Weldon, the mighty TV3 news machine crumbled, writes former TV3 reporter Jeff Hampton.

A Wizard with "wow" factor

REVIEW: RNZB artistic director Francesco Ventriglia has taken choreographic risks to good effect.

"Spaghetti and toast should not meet"

Comedian Marcel Lucont weighs up French cuisine with lamingtons, sausage rolls, and other Kiwiana tucker.

NZIFF announces first films

Opening quintet will please many genre fans

Retro theatre time forgot

The projection room is still kitted out with old-school film projectors, a world away from the new digital projectors.

Streep shines in entertaining biopic

REVIEW: Stephen Frears delivers a competent yarn that won't disappoint anyone it appeals to

Rita Ora and Beyonce on 'Becky' row

Rita Ora proves she's not 'Becky' in the Jay Z and Beyonce situation. And she does it in the best way possible.

50 Cent says sorry to autistic teen

The In Da Club star has apologised to the autistic airport employee who's also hearing impaired.

'I didn't know I was so close to death'

Former The West Wing star says he literally owes his life to his new Netflix show.

'Smokes, drink ruined my voice'

She's a celebrated actress, but when it comes to singing, Meryl Streep knows her limitations.

No sleepover, no rose?

Was Erin booted off The Bachelor for refusing to sleep over? Here's what she says.

Kiwi reality TV show flops

A look back on NZ's fails in the world of reality TV. Surely 'Housewives' won't be worse than these?

Hilary, Mike, a boot full of Moet

Newshub stars appear to be celebrating chief executive Mark Weldon's resignation with beer and champagne.

Public to have say on Founders

The fate of Hamilton's premier theatre is unlikely to be sorted this council term, says senior councillor.

The Weldon effect

The changes Mark Weldon wrought at Mediaworks will continue to affect local TV for years to come.