They want to stop internet providers helping customers access blocked overseas online-television services.
A goshawk called Mabel helps the prize-winning writer cope with the loss of her father.
Sean Donnelly has been producing great left-field indie pop and electronica since 1998 and since he breakthrough album Southern Lights in 2004 has just got better and better.
The Roast of Justin Bieber is everything you might expect: Vulgar and mean, all to the delight of a crowd excited to see the pop singer get skewered.
Veteran British-born American actress Frances Fisher is having a late career revival on the hit TV show Resurrection.
Two new websites have popped up to help Kiwis find shows or movies on streaming services.
REVIEW: Dior and I is put together with great care.
REVIEW: The Book of Life - wacky, wildly inventive and more than just a little weird
At 59 Billy Idol still knows how to get a crowd moving.
REVIEW: Catherine Chanter's literary thriller is sinister but overdone.
Canadian singer Avril Lavigne thought she was dying from a mysterious illness.
After what many described as the most awkward moment in reality TV ever, one bachelorette had to go home.
REVIEW: Lisa Ballantyne's second novel is engaging and compelling.
There's no getting away from the fact that the artfully showcased Two Mortals is about death.
Fast and Furious 7 is a film that understands its audience.
Cynthia Lennon, the former wife of Beatle John Lennon, has died at her home in Mallorca, Spain.
Canadian folk singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell is in "good spirits" after being admitted to intensive care at a US hospital.
Farming community to get some much-needed light relief at National Fieldays with a 7 Days comedy special.
The strings may be gone but the Tracey brothers, Lady Penelope, Brains and Parker return smarter, fitter and with better gadgets.
Netflix has said it wants to offer the same content in every country it is available in.
Duchovny will release his first album, Hell or Highwater, on ThinkSay Records.
Russell Crowe just shared a story so crazy it could be true.
Here's a first look at the jacket and the title for the new book in the Millennium series created by the late Stieg Larsson.
Joni Mitchell is reportedly in intensive care after being found unconscious at her home in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
A second Fleetwood Mac concert has been announced for Auckland after shows there and in Dunedin sold out this morning.
James Cameron has further distanced himself from dairy farming, adding an organic vegetable venture to his Wairarapa portfolio.
Hooray for Peter FitzSimons, Seven Sharp, Tuesday, for locating the just and perfectly descriptive term for the boorish Australian sledger, Brad Haddin.
Stuff talks to David Gray about wrestling with the success of his album White Ladder.
He was seen as the perfect antidote to the dominance of old white men on US late night talk shows.
David Beckham, underwear model and erstwhile England captain, is also an embarrassing dad.