Lead singer Graham Brazier suffered a heart attack last week.
Former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan has been stopped at airport security because of a knife.
Could Netflix's prequel to the cult classic - filled with an amazing list of A-list actors - be even better than the original?
Jon Stewart steps down from The Daily Show this week just as the US presidential election heats up.
The Iron Man star made NZ$121 million, but that's not the real news in Forbes' annual list of leading men with enviable bank balances.
Dancing With Stars v Fear Factor - future suggestions for reality rumbles
REVIEW: A fascinating account of one of New Zealand's foremost collectors.
The Dancing with the Stars mirror ball trophy won't save Simon Barnett from the debt collectors.
"Write something exciting," creator Bruce Geller told the composer in 1966. He sure did.
REVIEW: Lack of communication between couples is at the heart of new play Cleanskin.
Matilda Rice says she's going to have to think more carefully about Twitter after "joke" backfires.
Perrie Edwards is said to be "absolutely devastated" after One Direction star gets cold feet.
Hard on the heels of Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's shock split, another Hollywood power couple bites the dust.
Two people died and three others hospitalised in shootings that started at a party affiliated with rapper Drake.
A worldwide campaign is underway to track down the two mystery women who appear on photos found at a thrift store.
A Dunedin photographer's shots of Cilla Black greeting fans on the tarmac bring back memories.
Wellington's Weta Digital will be bringing Steven Spielberg's giants in The BFG to life.
Nerds rejoice: Pop cultural favourite Dungeons & Dragons is getting the Hollywood treatment.
SIMON SWEETMANA weird debate that readers seem to lock into is books vs. e-readers. As if you can't have both.
We may not have seen the last of TV3's much-maligned Come Dine With Me yet.
UK game show countdown presenter Rachel Riley was left red-faced when she uncovered a rude word.
A symphony that tells the story of Gallipoli is having its world premiere in Istanbul.
An exhibition that looks back on NZ's most famous book on native birds.
Michael Flatley has seen some dancing talent in his time, but New Zealander Charlotte Wright is one to watch he reckons.
Young dancer Kirsten Ocampo is finding her rhythm on the big screen.
Gwen Stefani doesn't want to pay support to former Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale.
Jemaine Clement makes less than charitable comment about Bachelor NZ star.
REVIEW: To say The Devil's Playground is the best drama from Australia in a long time is no mean compliment.
The 20th anniversary special of Nightline shows many of its classic late night antics.
The New Zealand Book Awards will be going ahead after a new sponsor has been found.
Miley Cyrus and Kiwi raised girlfriend Stella Maxwell had a raucous good time involving cake.
The Beijing Winter Olympic's official tune sounds a whole lot like Let It Go.
A panel of scientists has discovered a mathematical formula that can solve the writer's murder mysteries
She should be promoting her hit movie, but comedian Amy Schumer held back tears and was forced to say "enough is enough".
REVIEW: Amy is a powerful, thought-provoking and tragic cautionary tale.
If you thought celebrity interviews couldn't get more awkward and insulting than last week's Cara Delevingne disaster, you were wrong.
The EPL, the Netball World Cup and the World Forklift League all begin in a week of sporting highlights on TV
Walt Disney was a complex figure, both celebrated and condemned, but allegations that he was a rabid anti-Semite are unproven.
In just a week the Len Lye Centre has welcomed more than 13,000 people through its doors.
Medical centre patients in got a surprise visit from the new Ghostbusters and the internet isn't happy.
Lovejoy and Deadwood star Ian McShane will appear in the next season of Game of Thrones, which is currently in production.
Caitlin Jenner was accused of stealing Kardashian endorsements.
Former Masterchef NZ champion Nadia Lim dishes out on who's rocked Sunday night's "Best of breast"
When Cilla Black visited Wellington in 1972, one photograph of her caused a stir.
Wet Hot American Summer is back with more stars and silliness.
SIMON SWEETMANIt was sad to wake up to the news that Cilla Black has died.
REVIEW: Wellington Sea Shanty Society's second album is surprisingly poignant as it is fun.
Ready for another dose of Blue Steel?
Star asked his fans to come up with a new Facebook wallpaper for him and the results were insane.
Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded not guilty to breaking his home detention conditions.