Even when she was knee high to a grasshopper, Sargent Caroline Martin wanted to be a policewoman.
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Reginald D Hunter says as long as NZ isn't full of sensitive white people, his show will go down a treat.
REVIEW: The Invisible Woman should not be allowed to slip away unseen.
REVIEW: The Other Woman is a female-strong, but not quite feminist, take on infidelity.
Archibald Baxter and 13 others were persecuted by their own army after refusing to take up arms in World War 1.
Witty, ebullient and razor-sharp, Tim Wilson's satire News Pigs is on target.
A 15-minute movie made by an NZ pair will screen at the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival.
International Record Store Day is a chance to visit independent record stores and celebrate vinyl.
Peaches Geldof will be laid to rest on Easter Sunday, according to reports.
“She would show her bum to a dead bird.” This is my dad's description of any hot chick willing to disrobe on camera.
Tamer Nafar has given voice to a generation of young, disaffected Palestinians on both sides of the Green Line.
Show us that you know your Kiwi kids books and be in to win a fantastic prize.
A former child model is accusing X-Men franchise director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him.
Wellington City Council has paid for a Wellington artist to produce punk art in Beijing.
Lorde finally crosses paths with the inspiration for her monster hit Royals.
A survey of Kiwi children's reading habits has uncovered some intriguing results.
REVIEW: They say there's no heaven and hell in this post-modern age, but South African director Neil Blomkamp's Elysium begs to differ.
They've been whipped by Cossacks and imprisoned for two years - but Pussy Riot won't stop their activism.
Mime plays an important role in the latest production Royal NZ Ballet production, Coppelia.
Two decades after its release, we look at how Peter Jackson made Heavenly Creatures in the shadow of the Parker-Hulme murder.