Kim Kardashian is "obsessed" with murders and would like to be a make-up artist or a forensic investigator.
She sent the internet into a frenzy when she appeared with a brand new look, but Renee Zellweger is back in the spotlight.
Canadian sister and brother win NZ's prestigious song-writing prize with a blues ballad.
It's going to be a family affair, with Kiwi-born Willy Moon and his wife Natalia Kills on the judging panel.
Popular matchmaking reality television show The Bachelor is coming to New Zealand, along with a local version of Grand Designs.
In the Vatican's Sistine Chapel, the halo around Jesus Christ's head in Michelangelo's famous frescoes shines brighter.
Ethics – not politics – appear to be behind a prominent art patron’s decision to reallocate her financial support for Nicky Hager at the Venice Biennale.
The TV Guide magazine talks to Shortland Street's Amelia Reid about her character Bella Cooper. She reveals her favourite Shorty Street moment and if she's a cat or dog person.
Millie Elder-Holmes has added a new tattoo covering her entire midriff.
Nelson band Minuit is bidding au revoir after 15 years but they aren't leaving without saying goodbye.
Gwyneth Paltrow apparently "wasn't surprised" Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence broke up.
Kesha's former manager Dr. Luke is reportedly suing the singer's mother.
The grim truth is: Reality shows work because of broken people.
Not sure what's good on TV? The TV Guide has rounded up the five best shows this week.
Which band would you bring back from the death for your musical Halloween party?
Some may want to resist the encroaching yuletide season, but who can resist a ballet show with snow?
While Samantha Morton does a sterling job, Decoding Annie Parker feels muddled and melodramatic.
Wellington's grand old dame of cinema, The Embassy, is having an important birthday this week
St Vincent is a kind of reverse Dennis the Menace and proves Bill Murray is still a comedic force to be reckoned with.
Let's talk about those shows we watch but conveniently leave off the list when we're discussing television - our guilty pleasures.
Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe earns serious street cred with his live rap performance.
Final Hobbit film's premiere has been announced - and will be almost as far from NZ as possible.
Auckland rapper Randa has won a $10,000 recording grant and the plaudits of his peers by taking out the Critics' Choice Prize for the 2014 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.
The American rock superstars will play two concerts, in Auckland and Christchurch, in February.
Hundreds of would-be stars gathered to take part in pre-auditions for The X Factor.
For a community orchestra that's only been running for just over a year, the 4 to 15-year-olds are more tuneful than might be expected.
A painting by NZ artist Charles Frederick Goldie fetches the highest price of the 2014 auction season.
Captain Marvel isn't just going to carry her own film. She can also kick the boys' butts.
If you want to dress like a royal, Lorde's coat featured in Rolling Stone magazine is up for grabs this Sunday.
Four ballet dancers will be sporting expensive heads of hair in the Royal New Zealand Ballet's next production.
Steve Ma Ching, who inked Sonny Bill Williams, will be honoured for his contributions to Pasifika art.
Marvel has unveiled plans for a slate of new superhero films, including its first solo black and female hero movies.
Douglas Lilburn isn't a household name but is set to join the NZ Music Hall of Fame.
Gotham City just got a lot more colorful - and a little more hip.
Your opportunity to start that lucrative music-writing career, and a ticket to the NZ Music Awards awaits.
Foo Fighters frontman once again takes aim at what is fast becoming a familiar target: TV talent shows.
There are some terrific horror and slasher films. As Halloween looms, James Croot points his bony finger at the best.
A former Coromandel teen has taken out one of the world's biggest ballet prizes for young people.
Hector and the Search for Happiness star Simon Pegg shares his own recipe for contentment.
The week ahead will bring us two Sir Peter Jackson moments to remember, some showbiz birthdays and the Melbourne Cup.
This may be the best comics-to-screen casting since Robert Downey as Iron Man.
Sunday nights are set to get a lot more interesting with two cracking dramas kicking off this weekend.
Maori film-maker Tainui Stephens is crossing the Tasman this weekend to take part in the commemorations of 100 years since the Anzacs set sail for World War I.
Martin's new book is 300 pages of back story and original artwork by the some of the world's top fantasy illustrators.
Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field has given birth to baby boy after live tweeting from the delivery suit.
Gossip: While speculations about Baby Cambridge #2's gender are running high, Gwyneth Paltrow has become "laughing stock".
Three paintings by Charles Frederick Goldie are expected to fetch $1 million at an Auckland art auction tomorrow.
SIMON SWEETMANNext month sees the release of the first new Pink Floyd album in 20 years. Except - it's not really a new album.
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin have reportedly broken up.
The teen queen of pop launches her first headlining tour of NZ with a bang at Horncastle Arena.