Bay of Plenty-based Detective Sergeant Rob Lemoto is the new host of Police Ten 7.
Record label pays tribute to "great talent" of Peter Gutteridge, a pioneer of the Dunedin sound.
Big Bang Theory stars could be back together and Kate's pregnancy feature in the gossip mags this week.
Rachel Smalley's swift apology for calling Kiwi women "a bunch of lardos" keeps the Broadcasting Standards Authority happy.
Innovative web series will tell the extraordinary tales of ordinary Kiwis, with direction from you.
NANCY EL-GAMEL - Waikato TimesAll your Apple devices could be full of the sounds from U2's new album.
Django Unchained actress Daniele Watts was "handcuffed and detained" by US police, who mistook her for a prostitute.
What We Do in the Shadows has won the People's Choice award in the Midnight Madness programme at TIFF.
Who doesn't love seeing a famous face go about their daily business? Here's the top places to spot a celeb.
Photographer Ans Westra and sculptor Jeff Thomson have feathered Wellington's Bowen Galleries with chooks
SIMON SWEETMANYou don't need to be aware of the concept to enjoy the music - Gruff Rhys' new album is worth a listen.
Concert-goers learn you have to stand up for Kanye unless you can prove a handicap.
Has Toronto International Film Festival become the middlebrow blob that ate cinema?
REVIEW: The Doctor takes Clara Oswald to medieval Sherwood Forest to prove there's no such person as Robin Hood.
The Sherlock actor is reportedly in a relationship with theatre director Sophie Hunter.
The Crazy in Love performer's husband Jay Z ignited rumours his wife is carrying their second child.
He's choreographed for Bieber and chilled with Rihanna, Zulu Gremlin is now helping Kiwi kids become dance champs.
A 17-year-old schoolgirl has been offered an opportunity that get her thousands of downloads for her first single.
Nicole Kidman flew home to her grieving family in Sydney, following the sudden death of her father.
From Ariana's outburst to Mariah's demands, sometimes a diva just needs her diva things.
Joan Rivers may have been as bitchy as a dog pound but she needed that tough exterior to tackle the tough world of showbiz.
From a converted studio in a family home, Sola Rosa have cut down their size to compose their sixth album.
REVIEW: The line between fact and fiction dissolves in Peter Wells' book Journey to a Hanging.
The little known Aussie actress steals the limelight from Ethan Hawke in new time-travel thriller Predestination.
REVIEW: The Giver had plenty of promise, but there's no real arc of discovery and struggle.
REVIEW: A memoir of madness is deliberately upsetting and beautifully packaged.
Jessica Alba made her name as sweetness and light in Honey - but now she wants to stop playing it safe.
Singer Sam Smith has turned personal heartbreak into career success.
Non-profits harnessing the pulling power of reality TV to get you to open your wallets.
REVIEW: Predestination is about the ability to change time and will leave you pondering long after the credits roll.
Jol Mulholland is a producer, engineer and instrumentalist, and occasional member of The Mots and Gasoline Cowboy.
JESS MCALLEN - Sunday Star TimesA New Kiwi TV show has been snapped up by Hollywood - even before it's hit our small screens.
High culture opera is getting down and dirty with a pole dancer in the latest Mozart staged in Auckland.
Ian Thorpe's manager has rubbished reports that former swimmer has struck a 'tell all' magazine deal about romance with pop star Ricky Martin.
The doctor who performed the surgery that led to Joan Rivers' death has reportedly stepped down.
Actress Nicole Kidman was "beside herself" to hear of her father's sudden death in Singapore.
In the self-aggrandising world of TV current affairs, Native Affairs and Mihi Forbes stand out for listening.
Local boyband Titanium have crooned their way back into the official NZ music charts.
Melissa Goode of Hamilton City Libraries heads to the Yukon in a classic tale.
It took a nun, seven musical siblings and a bunch of Nazis to reunite two brothers after 20 years.
Nicole Kidman's father has reportedly died after falling while on a trip to Singapore.
Anna Kendrick is done with musicals. No really. She swears. After The Last 5 Years and Pitch Perfect.
Shaun Bamber catches up with the women of The Block NZ and finds it’s far from smooth sailing.
Zach Braff talks Wish I Was Here and why he won't ever use crowdfunding again.
Rima Te Wiata talks about New Zealand horror movie, Housebound, which took nearly three years to make.
Prince Harry's driver first feared a terrorist attack after a rider in his motorcade collided with a taxi.
New Zealand writer Paul Thomas tells of his jump from sport to crime books.
A new award is offering $12,000 for a "quality text work about living in Auckland".
Shapeshifter and The Upbeats have coupled up to get the blood pumping for summer.
Are you a Gilmore Girls fan from way back? Prove you're a TV expert with the TV Guide quiz.
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