Organisers for Britain's Glastonbury Festival named Radiohead as the first headline act to be confirmed for next June's event.
Pakistan will ban all Indian content on television and radio channels, its media regulator said, stepping up media tit-for-tat bans that followed a spike in tension between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
The producer of Lorde's Grammy-winning debut says he's no longer working on the follow-up because the pop star is "trying to do something different".
Executive director of New Zealand's first ever Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality (VR/AR) Association Jessica Manins said the technology will become increasingly more accessible to Kiwis as companies continue to invest in it.
Money, mystery and intrigue - art crime has it all, but in reality it can have devastating and emotional consequences. Rebecca Fox discovers New Zealand, including Dunedin, is not immune.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery director Cam McCracken tells Rebecca Fox how the gallery protects itself from art crime.
This week in Art Seen, James Dignan looks at works by Becky Cameron, an exhibition from The Artist's Room, and Robert Piggott.
Rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry celebrated his 90th birthday on by announcing that his first album of new music in 38 years would be released next year.
Sam Neill might well have a bit more clout than even he thought. Not even two weeks ago, he appeared on the Graham Norton Show with Miranda Hart, who promised the Kiwi star she would bring back her now-cancelled show Miranda if he asked her to.
New Zealand born actor Russell Crowe has been accused of assaulting US rapper Azealia Banks at a party he was hosting in Los Angeles.
Guy Williams announced today that he's leaving The Edge's Guy, Sharyn and Clint show at the end of this year.
Thousands of Mission Concert punters were left in the lurch yesterday as the official website crashed.
British musician Phil Collins is returning to the stage with his first set of live shows in nearly 10 years, saying his children helped him cut his retirement short.
There is a new thing happening with television watching.
This game is amazing. It really shows what a good game of basketball can be, whether it's winning by a buzzer-beater or by 30 points.
Another year, another Fifa game. Here we go again ...
The serial horror creators who filmed the feature-length I Survived A Zombie Holocaust in Dunedin in 2011 with a local cast of hundreds have a shocking new short, which screens tomorrow at Rialto.
Decades, A Century of Song. Volume 1, 1810-1820. Singers with Malcolm Martineau (piano). Vivat CD.
Back in 1992, American punk-pop outfit Green Day released sophomore album Kerplunk!, a simplistic, celebratory barrage of guitar and drums that established a template the band then sought to twist...
Classical guitarist Ben Walker and fellow Brit Josienne Clarke follow up their 2014 breakthrough album Nothing Can Bring Back The Hour with an accomplished effort that evokes some formidable...