Bernadine Oliver-Kerby has waved goodbye to TVNZ after 25 years - but if there was a farewell event, the newsreader says with a laugh she "hasn't been invited".
Pop pioneer David Bowie has been posthumously given the "British male solo artist" award at this year's BRITs, announced by Noel Gallagher.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is bringing the never performed in New Zealand Roland Petit ballets of Carmen and L’Arlesienne to Dunedin on its national tour. Rebecca Fox finds out what makes these...
Leaving their guitars behind to instead be accompanied by a 64-piece orchestra has the Modern Maori Quartet excited about the possibilities. Rebecca Fox finds out how the collaboration has come...
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions from Ben Ho, Nigel Brown, and Charlotte Handy.
Christchurch asked and The Boss delivered. Bruce Springsteen rocked and rolled his way into the hearts of locals in a brilliant performance alongside his E Street Band.
The answer to owning your own home could be not to dream big - but to dream tiny.
Comedian Josh Thomson is miming kayaking with a cheeky grin on his face, hunched over like a kid trying to hide what he’s up to from the teachers at school.
In a country where the use of magic is a crime punishable by beheading, it's not every day that young Saudis wander down the street dressed as the Hulk or Doctor Doom.
When I was little, my Dad worked for a company that had a large video library.
Gravity Rush 2, the sequel to the often forgotten PS Vita game of the same name. That game hardly set the world on fire, so it came as a bit of a surprise that Sony decided to give it another shot on a system with a significant user base.
Assiduously researched, Paulo Coelho's profile of femme fatale Mata Hari reveals a chameleonic, complex character.
A vet and part-time farmer, author Danielle Hawkins' new novel, The Pretty Delicious Cafe, offers more meat and bones than fluff.
Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas L. Friedman's examination of global, social and technological forces might be sobering reading, yet it also holds hope for our planet.
Concerti. Michael Houstoun with the Rodger Fox Big Band. Rattle CD
Raised in a Mormon household in California, at one time a nanny for Tom Waits, Jesca Hoop might be best known for her collaboration with Sam Beam (Iron and Wine), yet this fourth solo album work...
Since their debut album in 2001, Elbow is one of those bands that it’s easy to dive in and out of, confident in the knowledge that it will very seldom disappoint and very often be brilliant.
Hot on the heels of a much-lauded mixtape (2016’s soulful A Seat at The Table + One), and buoyed by A-grade cheerleaders, including Nas and Andre 3000, comes the debut LP from North Carolina native...
As a striving, dynamic young career woman, the last thing you would want is for your oddball father to turn up at your office pretending to be a colleague. Of course, Ines (Sandra Huller) has...
In a career spanning more than 50 years and 24 narrative features, the one consistent thread running through Martin Scorsese’s work has not been guns and gangsters, but rather an obsession with...