Stephen Fry has said that his cocaine habit did not cause him any physical harm.
R and B legend Lauryn Hill has been confirmed to perform at this year's SoulFest.
New York-born actress and comedian Anne Meara, known for her opposites-attract comedy routine with husband Jerry Stiller, has died.
A new feature will soon let TV viewers scroll back to programmes they have missed.
Supporters of Campbell Live have continued to tune in to the show in record numbers despite the axe coming down on its host last week.
Rejection hurts, but perhaps it's nothing a million-dollar law suit won't settle.
An off-key contestant wasn't the only sound Eurovision 2015 organisers were dreading at the grand final in Vienna.
REVIEW: Krissy Kneen's new "sex romp" isn’t easy to classify, but is the more compelling for it.
REVIEW: From Socrates to social justice, A.C. Grayling's new book covers almost it all.
SIMON SWEETMANSomething I'm quite proud of, over on my Off The Tracks site, is the weekly Guest Blog by Jon McLeary.
To mark NZ Music Month, Wellington-based indie-pop band Towers will cover well-known Kiwi songs.
Once upon a time the idea of being cooped up in an airplane with nothing to do but watch television for 12 hours would have filled me with joy.
Social media sensation gets to dance without shame.
Short book reviews from overseas and New Zealand.
A new reality show in the Czech Republic has let a family of seven experience what it was like living under Nazi occupation during World War II.
British comedian Russell Brand is returning to New Zealand shores with his stand-up show Trew World Order.
A standing ovation for BB King and more cheers than tears marked a memorial for the late blues great's life and legacy.
Sharon Osbourne's told to take a month off from daytime TV show The Talk after collapsing from "mental and physical fatigue".
Florence Welch has experienced the darkness of depression, but her creative light still burns bright.
REVIEW: Once in a while, Mendelssohn’s 1846 oratorio Elijah - while not a work of great distinction - will do the trick.
Australia's bid to show the Europeans how to do Eurovision is derailed.
These incredible women have had enough of the entertainment industry's entrenched misogyny, and they're letting the world know.
Vin Diesel brings half the internet to tears with a moving tribute to his friend and Fast and Furious co-star Paul Walker who died in a car crash in 2013.
Musician, publisher and fashion icon Grant Fell is facing his greatest challenge yet.
They arrived, out of the blue, on my front doorstep, rolled up in a cardboard tube: images of myself, naked, sent to me by a stranger.
Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos has in recent years been more defined by his shaky mental health than by his music.
Jarryd James is an Australian singer/ songwriter, based in Brisbane, tipped as Australian pop's "next big thing" after a big radio hit and tours with Angus & Julia Stone and the Nelson duo Broods. Interview by Grant Smithies.
Young Maori are disconnecting from technology to reconnect with their culture on a new show called Waka Warriors.
REVIEW: Matt Dillon takes a detour into small-town horror with Wayward Pines.
Dave Dobbyn is animated but relaxed as he talks about what he does best - write songs.
Radio Hauraki has been rapped over the knuckles after a Mike Hosking parody by DJ Jeremy Wells angered some listeners.
REVIEW: Heavy handed approach undermines biopic of Christina Noble
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The entertainment world has provided a parade of bad-ass women and it's time to pay tribute to some of her headstrong forerunners.
REVIEW: The Royal New Zealand Ballet's Salute is a parade of four impressive works.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are way too busy for the Full House reboot. So they say.
T(Error) documentary looks at the use of FBI informants in counter-terrorism.
A new film from Orson Welles, 30 years after his death, it's not out of the question.
Selena Gomez has reportedly approached Kris Jenner about making a reality show together.
With a nod to Eastwood, Fassbender goes West in Slow West.
REVIEW: The Odd Couple and Mapp & Lucia pale in comparison to their predecessors.
Game Changer docudrama starring Dan Radcliffe allegedly using Grand Theft Auto trademarks without permission.
John Campbell's going to take a month off to read books and watch the Hurricanes, his parents say.
It just got a whole lot easier to use up the "Z" tile in Scrabble.
Antonia Prebble has gone from child star to glam grandmother.
Bus crash injuries caused actress Cassie Howarth to question the show writers' choices.
OPINION: David Letterman's exit from TV heralds the end of him being permitted to demean, humiliate and mock his young female guests.
More changes to come for TV3's current affairs division.
Cate Blanchett gave her mother advanced warning about her lesbian sex scene in the film Carol.