No interest from TVNZ in cult classic Rake starring top Kiwi actors despite ecstatic reviews across the ditch.
Men and women are treated differently at the Christian commune, but they are both happy says doco maker.
Student duo the only New Zealanders selected for prestigious Sydney Design Festival.
The boss of an arena complex in Auckland has been chosen to examine the financial situation of Blenheim's ASB Theatre.
Tickled filmmaker sits down with US talk show host Chelsea Handler.
Ever wondered what Kanye would look like with Taylor's blonde hair? Wonder no more.
Rawdon Christie could leave the Breakfast couch even earlier than expected.
Opinion: Currently bad music biopics are piling up. But some do get it right.
The Hits' radio host has opened up in this week's Woman's Day mag, about her shock split from husband Grant Kereama.
Investigative reporter Mike White will interview Steve Braunias, Jane Ussher, Bruce Ansley and Bill Manhire.
After a fortnight of on-site hook-ups and cheating scandals, the most exciting thing to happen this week was a heavy sheet of glass.
The oak tree featured in Frank Darabont's 1994 sleeper hit The Shawshank Redemption has been felled in a storm.
It was one of the most daring art heists in history - a priceless Picasso snatched in the dead of night, only to be returned a week later.
It's been off-screen for 12 years, but nothing much seems to have changed.
Sunday marked a milestone for Bindi Irwin, and she has celebrated in style.
New documentary explores the power of Disney animation
Upgrade would mean older and 'unapproved' set-top boxes would need to be replaced.
REVIEW: Older movie fans will lap up Brian Cox's new relationship black comedy – slapstick, scatological references and all.
Critically panned show is getting $6.9m from NZ On Air again.
The MasterChef judge says his biggest travel mistake was packing a bottle of olive oil.
OPINION: Sometimes Mastermind NZ proved just as testing for the viewers as contestants
REVIEW: Revenge thriller Remember hits all the right buttons, writes Peter Lampp.
When Filipe Manu started school in New Zealand he spoke more Tongan than he did English. Now he's one of our best opera singers.
Ngaio Marsh, Colin McCahon, James K Baxter, Allan Curnow, Toss Wollaston - they were all in Christchurch in the inter-war years
According to Taika Waititi-directed parody doco, Thor was flatting with a guy called Daryl during Cap's Civil War.
Before there was Prison Break, Orange is the New Black and Wentworth, there was the hit Aussie series Prisoner.
Naz won't be fighting in the boxing ring but she might be hitting screens again soon.
Eddy and Patsy update us on what - and who - is absolutely fabulous these days.
Nature, and your wardrobe, just got gangster with a range of clothes to celebrate Taika Waititi's insta-classic film.
Scott Base's latent thespians dress up to beat the winter blues.