The rare talents of Auckland musician Sam Prebble are being remembered by fellow artists.
Kiwi actor Martin Henderson is barely off the screen in his latest project - a thriller set in Brisbane.
'I'm trying to take you seriously,' says BBC presenter in odd TV interview with comedian.
Sarah Corbet of Hamilton City Libraries finds a shocking novel from the 1950s.
OPINION: As a naive fan I remember the moment when I first knew beyond a shadow of doubt that I was listening to genuine jazz played live.
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Christian Bale as Steve Jobs? Sure, we can see it.
There was alarm and disbelief at the absence of Shortland Street on TV screens tonight, but fans need not panic.
New recording from Fat Freddy's Drop is highest new entrant on Official NZ Music Charts this week.
Service aimed at Kiwis who don't currently subscribe to Sky will cost $20 a month.
Lamar Odom has not yet signed divorce documents filed by Khloe Kardashian, according to a new report.
The ad was explicit - and even showed nipples. But it wasn't too explicit, agency rules.
Commentator Andrew Voss talks to Matthew Littlewood about the upcoming Four Nations league tournament, and why he still loves holding the microphone.
An advert for Seven Sharp showing singer Miley Cyrus poking her tongue out has been ruled to be inoffensive.
Breaking Bad fans who meet Giancarlo Esposito often feel uneasy around the actor who plays one of the show’s greatest villains.
The man who made the Swiss Army knife popular is in Auckland to meet generations of McGyver fans.
As weathercaster Jim Hickey announces his retirement, a look at some of his best moments.
Among the movies gracing Kiwi cinemas this weekend, Brad Pitt boards a tank, J K Simmons’ grouches it up and Philip Seymour Hoffman takes one of his final bows.
Sketch with dogs as members of the US Supreme Court has scored more than 2 million YouTube views in a week.
Jimmy Carr has copped a barrage of abuse after an unsavoury joke about Oscar Pistorius' killing Reeva Steenkamp.
SIMON SWEETMANWhat I'm interested in talking about today is the biggest let-downs of the year album-wise for you.
"Next question," Sarah Michelle Gellar demanded when asked about her famous promise.
Melissa Rivers reportedly has “no choice” but to sue the medical centre where her mother Joan died.
Fans of the Game of Thrones fantasy TV series are flocking to the historic Spanish town of Osuna.
Kesha, who has alleged her producer Dr Luke sexually assaulted her, once testified under oath the incident never happened.
Brad Pitt is the latest celebrity to take a grilling from Zach Galifianakis, being quizzed on his relationship with Angelina Jolie.
British R'n'B vocalist Kevin Mark Trail, who toured the world as co-vocalist of The Streets, about touring with Kiwi band Sola Rosa.
Sheilds up. Star Trek actor Judson Scott is beaming down to Armageddon in Auckland this weekend.
In proof there's no superpower quite as strong as technology, the trailer for The Avengers: Age of Ultron has been leaked.
TVNZ is planning to outsource the production of almost all its Maori and Pacific programmes from next year.
Sting has opened up about the truth behind whether he can stay intimate for seven hours straight.
A group of Nelson film makers are kickstarting the Nelson television industry by creating their very own sitcom pilot.
Singing telegram brings tears of joy
Unsuspecting Cantabrians in need of a boost get a musical visit from local band The Eastern.
Auckland strip club The White House will swap pole dancers for theatre actors when it hosts award-winning play Famous Flora.
New Zealand actors are up there with the best and we should be massively proud of the talent in this country.
My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way seemed never to meet a concept he didn't like.
Hollywood is being entertained by an audacious lawsuit by a mobster-playing actor against the makers of The Simpsons.
One of your favourite Marvel characters has been killed off, leaving fans of the comic series in disbelief.
Billy Bob Thornton has opened up about his "crazy" marriage to Angelina Jolie.
They have been on a wild, global tour of cabaret, acrobatics and comedy but Christchurch feels like their homecoming gig.
Toys 'R' Us has been forced to remove from its shelves drug dealer action figures based on TV show Breaking Bad.
Knowing that this was Philip Seymour Hoffman's last completed movie adds an extra poignancy to Anton Corbijn's adaptation of John Le Carre's 2008 novel.
Undercooked and yet overformulated, this August: Osage County meets Elizabethtown via Junebug also tonally veers from the scatological to the schmaltzy at the drop of a yarmulke.
War brings out the very best and the very worst in film-makers.
Whiplash is not Fame -with-jazz. It’s more like Black Swan -with-drums.
Two of the three winners of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement hail from the nation's capital.
Kim Kardashian is adamant daughter North will work for what she wants.
I've never been to Womad but 2015's just-announced lineup certainly makes me want to change that.
Sinead O'Connor about age, body consciousness and being a triangle.
Sinead O'Connor's unique brand of madness mixed with genius is set to burst into the Bowl of Brooklands next year.