TV & Radio
Is he after her job? This black labrador has a real passion for the news.
I'm not taking any tips from Tony Veitch on this one.
REVIEW: Move over, prime-time cooking and dating reality shows - it's time for cultural encounters of the Antipodean kind (complete with bigots).
Outspoken columnist appeared to call for a mass genocide after the Manchester bombing.
Aussie reality show highlights why there's now a generational divide when it comes to cooking.
OPINION: Like others in the know, I watched Twin Peaks fanatically, never missing an episode.
TUNNEL VISION: From Patriot's Day to Jean Batten, interesting history was presented on the screen.
Shortland Street's 25th anniversary episode has put OpShop back on the charts.
Behind the scenes of the Mt Ferndale eruption.
Shortland Street's volcano led some ex-pats to think there was an actual eruption in Auckland.
Top of the Lake: China Girl hailed by many as best thing they've seen at Cannes
He's been on set since day one as Dr Warner. Michael Galvin joins us to talk about life at NZ's most famous hospital.
OPINION: Zac Franich may be the envy of red-blooded men everywhere, but popularity has some serious pitfalls.
Cross-channel rivalry as Jono and Ben reporter disrupts Shortland Street 25th birthday party.
Daytime TV host to return to her roots, stand-up comedy– although with a much heftier pay cheque.
Records stop spinning and tunes go quiet as hip hip drama.
Shortland Street was pushing the boundaries of early evening TV from day one.
The Britain's Got Talent judge says, despite appearances, his relationship with David Walliams is 'more fun than not'.
If the 'Shortland St' volcano went off in Auckland today, what would actually happen? We try to find out.
OPINION: Perhaps the reality show actually works and it's not fake nonsense after all.
Special faces for a special Shortland Street after 25 years - and around 6000 episodes.
It's the Kiwi television staple's 25th birthday, and it's due to be Ferndale's most dramatic day yet. We're live at the wrap party.
Review: Shortland St erupted tonight - a murderous Mayor, a baby in a car, Dr Chris' leukemia and a volcano. Wow.
I was 'shrapnel victim #2' in Shortland Street's 25th anniversary episode.
Football fans in Australia fail to see funny side as three comedians fall hard during pre-game show.
Sinister Frank Underwood seems determined to make his presidency a dictatorship.
A controversial funding freeze on Radio NZ has come to an end with an annual $2.8m boost.
OPINION: Newstalk ZB should have ditched commentator Katie Hopkins, who called for Muslim "final solution" after Manchester bombing.
Why Race contestants will have to hope first impressions last on latest season.
"If you think there is a link between the MMR and autism you are wrong," Breakfast host tells viewers.