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'Buffy' star apologises for drunken arrest

'Buffy' star apologises for drunken arrest

"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star Nicholas Brendon has apologised for his arrest stemming from a drunken dispute at an Idaho hotel and said he is seeking treatment for "emotional demons."

Lohan comes out smiles on London stage

Lohan comes out smiles on London stage

Lindsay Lohan kept an opening night audience hanging on her every word, in part to see if she'd forget any, as she made her stage debut on Thursday night in a West End revival of "Speed-the-Plow", David Mamet's scathing satire of Hollywood.

Film review: Gone Girl

Film review: Gone Girl

For some films the only satisfactory response seems to be a stunned silence followed by furious discussions over how much we believe that what we have just seen is really possible.

Lorde up for five NZ music awards

Lorde up for five NZ music awards

Lorde is one of the leading contenders for this year's Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.

Russian quartet steeped in history

Russian quartet steeped in history

One of the world's longest-lasting and most revered string quartets, the Borodin Quartet from Russia, performs in Dunedin this Saturday as part of Arts Festival Dunedin 2014. Charmian Smith talks to viola player Igor Naidin.

Australia's Flanagan takes Man Booker prize

Australian author Richard Flanagan's "The Narrow Road to the Deep North", set during the building of the Thailand-Burma "Death Railway" in World War Two, has won Britain's prestigious £50,000 Man Booker literature prize.

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