TV & Radio
A sporty, outdoorsy and a "laidback Kiwi bloke".
Dawn start required for Thunderbirds fans
A fresh instalment in the TV soap opera is possible as the door closes on the Sky/Vodafone merger.
Bravo claims Real Housewives show has helped it leapfrog Prime as the number four network with women.
Every artist will have to decide for themselves when the right time is to speak up, says the musician.
This year's Oscar host says he welcomes controversy, and will be keeping his clothes on.
The $278k bag includes a six-night stay at a Hawaiian villa and an apple that doesn't turn brown after being cut.
Donald Trump wanted to make the Oscars great again. But the US presidency has gotten in the way.
We thought we knew who he was, but the new Bachelor is a surprise.
The radio host will keep a cup of peppermint tea close by as he returns to work a month after a heart attack.
New Zealand's Heavenly actress talks chocolate, citizenship and Wellington cafes
The stars of the crime drama APB on fake news and why technology may not be on our side.
They're back on screens with a live-ish new show. But frankly, the jokes were better on Police Ten 7.
There's something new on the internet - a show all about cats!
She says The Project's coverage of the anniversary of the Christchurch earthquakes was "insulting".
SPOILERS: Not even a hunky chef from a hip kitchen can save this sinking souffle of a show.
The legendary Melbourne Cup winner gets his own film ... at a cost of $3m
Your chance to win Sherlock Season 4 and Shepherds and Butchers DVD.
REVIEW: With Chequered Past, Te Radar has literally pushed the boat out in eight half-hour episodes celebrating our rich tapestry of eccentrics, adventurers, rascals and dreamers.
There's already been murder and a court case, now David Tennant and Olivia Colman share what to expect in season three.
Tempers flare over the entrees and the knives come out as some contestants share their distaste for others' behaviour.
The latest cop to help TV show Sensing Murder was once compared to Dirty Harry.
Winter has well and truly arrived on location of everyone's favourite show about Dragons.
Former Three news boss Mark Jennings says "heads will likely roll" if The Project fails.
Got a job? Karl Burnett's had about a million of 'em since leaving Shortland Street in 2005.
The day Alene has been waiting for her whole marriage is finally here. But will Simon really cut his hair?
TVNZ claims punters were just "tasting" Three's new show and Seven Sharp still reigns.
Former Partridge Family star's latest setback
They've swallowed our TV format... Such a subtle move, Australia. Next, we invade.
REVIEW: Why TV's The Lie Detective is lazy, tired and cynical stuff.