Last week saw the shock elimination of Kiwi siblings Jono and Emily. Who's going to be high-tailing it home this week?
The team behind Once Were Warriors targets the public to fund a new movie to be shot in Gisborne.
Kim Kardashian is reportedly under pressure from husband Kanye West to quit reality TV.
Kiwis lash out at radio stations for publishing hacked intimate photos of Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence. | Hunt is on for hacker
Doctors are concerned Joan Rivers could be left a vegetable as her family considers lawsuit.
Filming a scene naked for the 50th time in 50 degree heat in the South Australian desert can be a chore.
OPINION: If you deliberately seek out any of these images, you are directly participating in the violation not just of numerous women’s privacy but also of their bodies.
SIMON SWEETMANThere aren't many people in the music world more reviled than Sting.
Two New Zealand film-makers will get the chance to work on their project at the Venice Biennale College.
Who is the culprit responsible for leaking hundreds of photographs of female celebrities?
Daniel Corbett, the former public face of MetService, is to join the One News weather team.
OPINION: The theft of Jennifer Lawrence's intimate photos was reported as a scandal. It was not. It was a crime.
Jennifer Lawrence is reportedly feeling "horrified" over the impact of her leaked nude photos.
Funny how Undateable's Ron Funches gets the laughs.
Temuera Morrison may be used to serious drama but he's a funny guy at heart.
The world of romance and dating is full of potential pitfalls. No wonder it's such ripe material for sitcoms.
"Do not be afraid to make a splash in the still male-dominated world of show business," Lena Dunham tells filmmakers.
Billy Connolly may have both prostate cancer and Parkinson's disease, but his wife says he couldn't be doing better.
According to a 60-second trailer for the new season, 'Downton is catching up with the times'.
He boasted about publishing leaked images of Jennifer Lawrence. Then the backlash began.
Madonna's toyboy, Jennifer Aniston's womb and Mariah Carey's looming custody battle dominate this week's gossip mags.
Suter Art Gallery launches appeal to buy a rare painting it says that "Nelson must have".
Representatives for Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton have confirmed the legitimacy of intimate, leaked photos.
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Miley Cyrus thinks Google and Instagram are more harmful to your brain than drugs.
Joan Rivers' loved ones say that they remain hopeful about her recovery.
SIMON SWEETMANThis isn't even really an album, it's a sonic Tumblr, a feelings chart. But there's little to no actual feeling in this album.
Scrubs star John C. McGinley brings some comic fury to TV2's new comedy Ground Floor.
Katy Perry, age 17, was strummy, folky, Christian - and completely self-obsessed.
How delicious it was to see storey-high letters blazing the word FEMINIST on stage.
Superstar entertainer Sir Elton John is following the Yellow Brick Road to Wellington.
Jennifer Aniston thinks rumours about her private life are "not really fair" to other people.
US band of brothers Boyce Avenue make teenagers swoon at Auckland's Powerstation.
Comedian Joan Rivers is reportedly on life support after suffering a heart attack last week.
Lovers come and go but - on television at least - buddies are forever. Here are 10 of our greatest TV pals.
Actress Jacki Weaver talks about moving from crime family matriarch to working on Woody Allen's latest.
Wellington-based writer Tracy Farr loved records in the 70s but gave up writing songs for fiction.
Magician found fame through Australia's Got Talent, but he's no lame rabbit-from-a-hat conjuror.
Diana Gabaldon wrote the first Outlander novel "for practice".
Chelsea Clinton, who is expecting her first child, steps down as special correspondent for NBC News.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie could not have found a better time to get married - and it's all because of the NFL.
The new Doctor Who, played by Peter Capaldi, is no less confused than his predecessor.
Kylie Thomson of Hamilton City Libraries finds a great novel from not that long ago.
New science shows New Zealand is part of a continent that's 94 per cent underwater.
A van Gogh-inspired Postman Pat painting bagged the winning prize at the IHC art awards in Wellington.
Film Commission boss Dave Gibson talks about how he got into the business and the future of film.
David Beckham reveals what happened when the cameras stopped during his trip to the jungle.
Jimmy Barnes talks about singing with Shihad and his life as a granddad.
Be the first to listen to Robert Plant's new album, Lullaby And...The Ceaseless Roar.
Remotes are being replaced by the mouse as Kiwis increasingly take control of their televisions.
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