A decade before Spock and Kirk set off on their five mission, The crew of the USS Shenzhou covered some very familiar ground.
The stars were out for the premiere of The Changeover, a film based on Margaret Mahy's spooky novel.
REVIEW: The scores for the food reflect the show, but at least Pete and Manu can pronounce te reo.
REVIEW: While The Changeover eventually drifts into a predictable cross of A Nightmare on Elm Street meets Twilight by way of Labyrinth, there's enough of Mahy's knotty themes and ideas, solid, lovingly-crafted film-making and compelling performances to entertain audiences of all ages.
The former Aussie cricketer has been cleared by police over an allegation he assaulted a UK glamour model.
Last screening to be held on Monday night at 100-year-old Wellington cinema.
Both Three and TVNZ claim after record numbers on election night, while Stuff claims biggest online audience on the day.
Legendary comedian explicity asked that the children with ex-wife Patti Palmer received no benefits from his estate.
Take a look at the new Kiwi movie starring Laura Daniels, Sia Trokenheim and Xavier Horan.
They always say you should under-sell, but that is impossible to do with Hamilton Playbox's Noises Off.
It's no secret the judges don't like reporters, so what happens when they have to meet one?
REVIEW: The Royal New Zealand Ballet brought it's acclaimed production of "Romeo and Juliet" to the Regent on Broadway.
REVIEW: Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges not afraid to stir up locals in New Zealand tour opener.
REVIEW: Pianomania a real crowd-pleaser from NZSO and Freddy Kempf.
National supporter and AM show host Mark Richardson has some choice words for Green Party leader James Shaw.
British actor Ralph Fiennes gets Serbian citizenship and passport.
Simon Cowell has given Mel B a contract reportedly worth NZD$3.3m to stay on as a judge for America's Got Talent.
"I sounded like a dying cow for a long time before I was able to really make any sounds that were pleasing at all.''
The rockers reveal their unusually close relationship with Prince Harry.
Review: Lady Gaga invites all to share her pain in a disjointed pastiche of generic pop-star cliches.
Advance tickets are now on sale for Taika's retro, "trippy" take on Thor.
From alien appearances to the new crew, we detail all the inside word on the long-running sci-fi franchise's latest adventure.
Sean Garwood's paintings depict the beauty and hostility of life in Antarctica more than 100 years ago.
Wellington-based arts festival was the first of its kind when it began in 1986.
Singer takes a knee in solidarity with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, amid criticism from US President Donald Trump.
Fears last year's big 60th bash might have dampened enthusiasm for the 61st Alexandra Blossom Festival were unfounded.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern may not be talking with NZ First's Winston Peters just yet, but her partner is.
Taranaki's first big outdoor country music festival will arrive on Waitangi weekend.
Legendary filmmaker Mel Brooks says Hollywood's "stupidly politically correct" climate is killing comedy.
Vile co-workers come in many different guises. Here's how to cope with five common types.