A photo published in the online Hollywood publication Deadline.com showed Trump's name scratched out, the emblem in the middle dislodged and chips from the star missing.
Kim Kardashian has returned to filming the reality series Keeping up with the Kardashians, following a brief hiatus from the show after she was robbed in Paris earlier this month.
Paul Henry went missing from his morning news show in TV3 this morning, leading viewers to ask where he was.
A previously unknown script written by Ingmar Bergman for a collaboration between him, Italy's Federico Fellini and Japan's Akira Kurosawa is being turned into a movie by Swedish director Suzanne Osten
Swedish pop group ABBA are set to reunite for a "new digital experience" in 2018, more than 30 years after their last public performance together.
Playing a couple facing choices about the end of one of their lives is a challenge for Alan Palmer and Julie Edwards. They tell Rebecca Fox about the play’s Hollywood connections.
With life imitating art a little bit too closely Penny Ashton got her own happy ever after. She tells Rebecca Fox about her Jane Austen journey.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at works by Ben Cauchi, Michael Shepherd, and Michael Hight.
Review: NZSO at the Dunedin Town Hall, October 26.
Sir Peter Jackson has finally confirmed his first post-Hobbit film - and it's an adaptation of another book.
Booby Vee, who earned teen idol fame in the 1960s with songs such as Take Good Care of My Baby, has died aged 73.
Game of Thrones fans eagerly awaiting the next season watch out, because you could have the whole thing ruined for you.
This year's US Formula One Grand Prix reversed a trend of declining audiences with its biggest crowd yet, according to organisers who said 269,889 attended over the three days at the Circuit of the...
Those in shock that America’s first family have dropped their five-syllable album title conceit need not fear.
Ross Harris: The Kugels play Klesmer by Ross Harris. Atoll CD
Australian author Tim Winton tells Dionne Christian how he grew out of an obsession with firearms.
New Zealand's contribution is well-represented in Hugh Sebag-Montefiore's book on the Somme, writes Oliver Riddell.
Andris Apse celebrates the area which launched his passion for photography in this stunning collection, writes Helen Speirs.
Maggie O'Farrell's depth of characterisation keeps the reader engaged, writes Jessie Neilson of her latest novel.
I am a long-time Woody Allen fan, so it pains me to give him a bad review, but Cafe Society (Rialto) is so slight and inconsequential it can only really be of interest to fanatical fans determined...