REVIEW: They say there's no heaven and hell in this post-modern age, but South African director Neil Blomkamp's Elysium begs to differ.
Wellington City Council has paid for a Wellington artist to produce punk art in Beijing.
Show us that you know your Kiwi kids books and be in to win a fantastic prize.
Tamer Nafar has given voice to a generation of young, disaffected Palestinians on both sides of the Green Line.
A former child model is accusing X-Men franchise director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him.
Lorde finally crosses paths with the inspiration for her monster hit Royals.
They've been whipped by Cossacks and imprisoned for two years - but Pussy Riot won't stop their activism.
Mime plays an important role in the latest production Royal NZ Ballet production, Coppelia.
Two decades after its release, we look at how Peter Jackson made Heavenly Creatures in the shadow of the Parker-Hulme murder.
Rowland S. Howard began the interview by telling me he was dying. A couple of months later he was dead. Here's Grant McDougall's guest post...
Kris Jenner has been rushed to hospital with a mystery medical condition.
REVIEW: The Clash were not all about petty in-fighting and squabbling. This documentary makes it seem like they were.
AC/DC confirms Malcolm Young has a "debilitating illness" but says the show will go on.
Jarred Christmas reminisces about those heady days when Georgie Pie still had its own stores and Michael J Fox was working in Lyttelton.
Lorde thinks her life is "so wild right now".
Rio 2 sees the return of Flight of the Conchords' Jemaine Clement as a cockatoo.
More success for Lorde as she wins the Taite Music Prize for Pure Heroine - and splits winnings.
REVIEW: There's one thing I don't like about the release of The Hobbit- The Desolation of Smaug on Blu-ray.
AC/DC’s Malcolm Young is seriously ill and will not perform live again, a former label mate says.
This new world that we inhabit is amazing - so why do so many people try to spoil it for us?
The largest contingent of New Zealand artists in history will take part in seven festivals in Edinburgh in August.
Miley Cyrus has been hospitalised in Kansas City, Missouri.
Just a few short weeks ago, a new book infatuation came into my life. I didn't seek it, nor was I waiting for it.
The family of terminally ill music legend Ray Columbus will be at his side for Easter.
Paul Walker's brothers are stepping in to help finish filming on Fast & Furious 7.
SIMON SWEETMANYou'll remember that I asked you all to Gush Over Just One Album - we kick off the guest-post series today with duckduck girl.
Although careers advisers failed to suggest clowning, Thomas Monckton knew otherwise.
Meryl Streep's "second career" as a rapper "beckons".
Sally Ridge must pay $100,000 court costs after failed bid for half of ex-partner Adam Parore's business.
Ice Cube has slammed reports he dissed Paul Walker after losing at the MTV Movie Awards.
Game of Thrones fans who haven't read the books, cast your eyes away because even the author is spoiling things.
British singer songwriter Ed Sheeran is coming to New Zealand to play one free show in Auckland.
The Rolling Stones will finish their On Fire tour on 22 November in Auckland.
Illness rumoured behind imminent retirement of Australia's most iconic rock band.
Kiwi model Nicky Watson, who now uses her maiden name, Nicola Robinson, is engaged to My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans.
Game of Thrones: A Song of the Sofa (spoiler)
Our resident Westeros watchers are still recovering from last night's jaw-dropping Game of Thrones.
SIMON SWEETMANI'm calling the best album of 2014.
Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction
A Greenlander who trained in Denmark has moved to New Zealand to stage a new version of a French ballet.
His music is happy but Pharrell Williams couldn't help but cry when he saw what fans had done.
Polly Gillespie and Grant Kereama are leaving their ZM breakfast show after more than two decades.
Dave Dobbyn worried whether his new composition on Pike River disaster does it justice.
A glimpse of one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's last films has emerged, with a trailer for A Most Wanted Man out now.
From Daft Punk's comeback to Tupac in hologram, there's been some great Coachella shows.
TV presenter Jesse Mulligan is leaving TV One’s Seven Sharp on Thursday and will not be replaced, TVNZ says.
Opera singer Paul Potts says people shouldn't be afraid to speak out against bullying.
It's the awards where getting topless in a movie is something to be applauded
REVIEW: The World's End is the third film writer/director Edgar Wright's Cornetto trilogy.
Drake went undercover with some very convincing facial prosthetics to find out what the public think of him.
One could easily infer from covers of this week's Kiwi gossip mags that the Duchess of Cambridge is a single mother.
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