Entertainment

Walliams returns to sketch comedy

And explains why he won't be cross-dressing in this one.

Home And Away star's new US role

But Luke Mitchell says he would still consider a return to Summer Bay - despite his character's death.

Trump was 'obsessed with me'

Kristen Stewart has slammed the now-US president for being "obsessed" with her.

Kim K ready for baby no. 3

But will another baby really help her to get her marriage back on track?

Barnes opens up about abuse

Legendary Australian rock icon Jimmy Barnes hopes to start a conversation about domestic violence with his latest tour.

Kiwi voice behind Resident Evil 7

South Island-born singer Jordan Reyne is the voice behind the trailer for the new game Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.

Chiefs run muddy

A King Country road trip has rugby fans glowing.

Shane Warne sees red at media

The sporting hero best known for his cricket and outbursts goes off at the media after shutting down his 11-year-old charity.

A life of Pie

How the second-bite at Pork Pie came about

Ticketmaster Resale labelled greedy

Event promoters in New Zealand say ticket resale sites are deceiving the public to ensure they make huge profits.

My mind-blowing adventures in Cambodia

Why Guy Williams says you've gotta go to Cambodia

Kara Gordon settles the score

How one Kiwi guitar slinger knows how to make the best out of a bad situation

The man in black is a man of verse

Paula Green can't help moving to the rhythm of Johnny Cash's poetry.

When education saves a life

JD Vance was headed for trouble when his grandmother intervened and he got serious about school. Other parts of his story are less clearcut, finds Eleanor Black.

Icehouse rocks Gibbston crowd

Icehouse warmed up the 16,000 people dancing in the rain at Gibbston Valley concert.

The Questionnaire: Rhys Mathewson

Meet Kiwi comedy's young gun

Going, going, Goneville.

Grant Smithies salutes a fine new book by fellow music writer, Nick Bollinger.

The art of the sketch

David Walliams is back with a (sort of) Little Britain follow-up.

Us Two: Barnaby Weir, Lee Prebble

They worked together on the first Black Seeds album in 2001, now they're working on the sixth.

The reluctant indie hero

Will Toledo started out recording his songs in his car and posting them online. Soon to perform at Auckland’s Laneway Festival, his band Car Seat Headrest now has an international cult following.