Lawyers head to court to divvy up the late pop superstar's assets, with several family members in line for a slice.
This week Mali Mali is on tour around New Zealand – south of the regular Auckland haunt, anyway, with shows in Te Awamutu (Thursday, May 5), Wellington (Friday, May 6) and Palmerston North (Saturday, May 7).
Bruce Dickinson is a muscian, an author, a broadcaster and a pilot. And this weekend, he was also an All Black.
Shihad kicked-off NZ Music Month with a "one day, three shows" music marathon.
Waikato music fans can discover some of their own talent and contribute to a good cause at two gigs in May.
Apparently Queen Bey didn't get the memo about albums being over.
Fans received a threatening card in the post - which may or may not be announcing the release of the band's new album in June.
Into the East have heard weird and wonderful tales from around the country.
Kesha's latest single is a little darker than her previous hits.
Pop superstar's long-time chef reveals the singer was having trouble eating and required a special diet before his death.
Cuba St will no longer boom to the sound of practising Wellington Batucada drummers.
Queen B almost upstaged by two fans who nailed Single Ladies routine.
Before his death, fans searching online for Prince were likely to find just a handful of his recorded music.
"Ed Force One" landed at Auckland Airport at around 3pm on Saturday afternoon.
Fans turn out to greet Iron Maiden in Auckland.
Can we press pause on 2016? The ground feels unstable.
Sorry, but for the rest of the day you'll be humming these earworms.
Iron Maiden throw out the charm - and theatrics - for an eager Christchurch crowd.
If you're Tracy Morgan, he'll also be remembered for the time he kicked you out of his house.
Ever since Beyonce dropped her latest album, the internet has gone into overdrive speculating about apparent allusions to Jay-Z's dastardly deeds.
Auckland's best ever bands ranked, making the case for why Auckland is the true home of great Kiwi music.
They rocked the Vector Arena on Thursday and next up the metal veterans take on Dunedin.
Good on Beyonce and Jay Z for marketing to emotion and exploiting the masses.
In an echo of Michael Jackson's death, investigators are looking into Prince's doctor.
The Australian singer has insisted that she doesn't think Beyonce was being racist in her new album.
Refunds are being offered for those fans not happy with Brian Johnson's replacement.
Is the CIA ready for this jelly? The conspiracy theorists sure think so.
Black Sabbath's lead singer admits the death of so many of his colleagues has him thinking about his own mortality
It's a new band member and a new album for the nineties skate-punk trio.
It's "in the incubator" says Adam Levine, but soon it'll be in your ears... maybe