SPOILERS: Not even a hunky chef from a hip kitchen can save this sinking souffle of a show.
Tickets for Wellington's Homegrown festival have officially sold out for 2017.
Are Mary-Kate and Ashley in town for billionaire's family wedding?
2017's New Zealander of Year says he turned down Tinsel Town move to tell Kiwi stories.
He's been gone for more than 12 months, but he's still British male artist of the year.
There's something new on the internet - a show all about cats!
Bachelor NZ contestant Shari Flavall "embarrassed and remorseful" after being sentenced for drink-driving.
The Piha-based director has played a Dunedin student, a Wellington comedian and a vampire - a myriad journey that got him to where he is now.
REVIEW: Nostalgia is the name of the game in T2, but it's anything but twee when delivered in director Danny Boyle's fast-paced, down-and-dirty style.
No shoes? No worries! Wellington woman's very Kiwi approach to the Oscars.
The electric piano grates, but everything else was great, writes Sam Edwards.
The world of avant garde is alive and well: After a week inside a boulder, a French artist is going to sit on a dozen eggs.
She says The Project's coverage of the anniversary of the Christchurch earthquakes was "insulting".
One mug, two mugs, three mugs, four. Keep it going, only 96 more.
Meet the IT student turned opera heartthrob.
This version of famous comedy is one you will really dig, writes Mike Mather.
Some people straight up loathe this film and don't want it to win Oscars. Those people are wrong.
The director, actor and comic represents the best we can be: "Creative, courageous, audacious, subversive and downright funny."
New Zealander of the Year 2017, Taika Waititi, is thankful he was never made to get a "real job".
REVIEW: T2: Trainspotting is a film about loss, about growing up and about the sheer redundancy of fatherless and childless men staring at middle-age.