Lifetimes of artistic achievement

American honours go to Al Pacino, Mavis Staples and recognition for the Eagles is particularly bittersweet.

'I didn't leave anyone'

In comments to fans on Instagram, Scottish DJ Calvin Harris suggests it was Taylor who left him.

Review: RHCP's The Getaway

The Red Hot Chili Peppers' mildest album, this could be what modern easy listening sounds like.

TLC's final album

TLC asked for money for their new album, and their fans have coughed up, big time.

Nashville TV star to Broadway

Actor and singer Will Chase will be going from Nashville to the Renaissance on Broadway.

Wellington's Bar Bodega to close

Capital's live music venue will shut its doors at end of year.

Hosking isn't going anywhere

Mike Hosking is a polariser, but you can't argue with his success.

Shorty stars in car crash

Shortland Street's Ben Barrington and Pua Magasiva were involved in a car accident in Auckland.

Bodega: magical and memorable

OPINION: The plastic pints were a pain, but at its best Bodega was superb, says Steve Rendle.

More pain for Sinead O'Connor

​Chicago police were on the lookout for Sinead O'Connor after Dublin police contacted them about the troubled singer.

Amy Schumer is coming here

Trainwreck star and US comedian Amy Schumer is set to tour New Zealand.

Wilderpeople's US reviews

Kiwi hit Hunt for the Wilderpeople has been getting strong reviews ahead of its release in American cinemas today.

Weaving love and art

Celebrating the legacy of master weavers who helped revive the beautiful Maori art.

Killer believed she was soul mate

The man accused of shooting The Voice's Christina Grimmie believed they "were destined to be together", friend claims.

Love the song, hate the band

Simon Sweetman chooses a song he loves by a band he hates. Yes, it's the Eagles.

Lilo tweets Brexit results

Freaky Friday: Lindsay Lohan offers her insightful views on remaining in the European Union.

How the Jolie-Pitt kids are raised

Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox were never going to be your average children.

'The sweat will burn your eyes'

Shaky knees, blurred vision and hearing distortion all part of the fun in national chilli-eating championships.

Casting, chutzpah lifts Sing Street

REVIEW: John Carney's latest is every against-the-odds musical ever made, but set against an authentically gritty backdrop

The man behind NZ's Top 40 charts

The home of the nation's Top 40 pop chart is a lot more country than you might think.

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