'Stranger Things' is one of the most watched Netflix original series'.
Rebecca Fox discovers why the city is a hotbed of poetry.
Daisy Ridley heard a title for 'Star Wars: Episode VIII', but she's not telling.
Reese Witherspoon is interested in making 'Sweet Home Alabama 2'.
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Those distressed by Frank Ocean’s tardiness or Drake’s triumphal chest-thumping are bound to find solace in Gallant’s debut LP.
With media tending to highlight mainly sporting achievements of this country’s young people, it is generally not known that New Zealand choral-singing, particularly in the 15-30 age-group, is among...
A startling debut novel by a young American writer is far more than a retelling of the Manson murders or critique of cult culture, writes books editor Helen Speirs.
The lifestyles of the rich and renowned and their army of servants are chronicled by a master of the genre.
''Body blindness'' can have serious physical and psychological consequences. In her memoir, Dunedin poet Jenny Powell describes living with condition.
The ramifications of the Vietnam war form the backdrop to this debut novel.
Ted Fox reviews a selection of recent crime and thrillers.
A building worker has died on the set of 'Blade Runner 2', starring Harrison Ford.
Vogue Brazil has come under fire for photoshopping able-bodied models to look like Paralympians.
One of the most terrifying moments in Green Room comes just 15 minutes in, when punk outfit The Ain’t Rights, the heroes of our story, provocatively belt out a cover of the Dead Kennedys’ classic,...
Amy (Mila Kunis) had her first child when she was 20 and she has been running late ever since because Amy has a bad case of "I am going to be perfect even if it kills me".
Copenhagen noise artist Frederike Hoffmeier, aka Puce Mary, a leading name in grainy unrelenting avant-garde power electronics, is in Dunedin next week as part of a national tour.
Andrew Scott will star in 'Steel Country'.
Lorde has hit back at fans who are demanding a new album.
Three poets will pass on their knowledge at the New Zealand Young Writers Festival in Dunedin next week. They tell Rebecca Fox about their journey.