TV & Radio
Sarah Glading says she did not even notice when her eviction from MasterChef NZ was revealed early.
Will President Obama have to drink his own pee when he joins Bear Grylls trekking through the Alaskan wilderness?
While Janet Jackson's nipplegate" sparked national outrage. Miley Cyrus' flash barely caused a shrug.
Actor Wilmer Valderrama reveals how he had to physically transform himself for season two of From Dusk Till Dawn.
Jono Kenyon and Sia Trokenheim reveal differing views on what's in store for the new season.
Former Masterchef NZ champion Nadia Lim's dishes on who's rocked and who's flopped at last night's episode.
There really is a method to the madness that is the MTV Video Music Awards.
An Auckland nurse credits her time on the wards with helping her to cope with the pressures of Masterchef NZ.
Danny Trejo loves working from 'Dusk Till Dawn' at age 71
The new season of Downton Abbey not only bids farewell to the show but also previews an emotional goodbye for the characters.
The best characters aren't perfect and, when it comes to personal flaws, alcoholism basically writes itself.
Miley Cyrus poses as an Australian reporter for a skit on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to find out what Americans really think of her. The answers aren't pretty.
Movies and new British drama dominate the week's viewing highlights
Wellington's world-class Broadcasting House radio studio met a grim end - first bowled, then burned.
Key GoT character not dead (spoiler)
Did you see a body? It only counts if you saw a body.
During the six week radio survey, stations try to attract audiences to their shows with pranks and stunts.
The Ashley Madison hacking scandal would make a great TV show. Don't worry, someone's on it.
Poverty isn't seen or heard very often on television apart from rearing its pesky ugly head on the occasional nightly news item.
Can Shorty's newlywed nurses Nicole and Vinnie live happily ever after?
Dominic Purcell tells of the grueling conditions he experienced while filming for new TV One drama Abandoned.
Jon Snow mystery unravelled? (spoiler)
Game of Thrones fans are abuzz over latest plot theory ... but could it be true?
Fear the Walking Dead is appetizing all on its own
REVIEW: Niall McCann ventures into the world's toughest terrain on Biggest Baddest
The Sunday morning and public holiday bans on TV and radio advertising might be scrapped.
For every Breaking Bad, there's a Dexter, as one viewer's carefully-worked out chart shows.
Winston Peters says it doesn't matter if journalists are left- or right-leaning, "as long as they are balanced".
TV actors playing everything from geeky scientists to spunky doctors are making a killing on the small screen.
State broadcaster claims biggest lead in prime time news slot for 10 years.
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