A Dunedin story more than 20 years in the making is one small step closer to being told.
Duncan Garner has labelled the Covid home isolation system a "failure" and a "multi-agency trainwreck" in an honest account of his experience.
It's not the first thing you expect to hear when you tune in to the news on morning TV - especially if your kids are watching.
The director of "Squid Game," the dystopic South Korean TV series on Netflix, expressed confidence that the wildly popular show will return for a second season.
A viral TikTok challenge inspired by the Netflix show Squid Game has resulted in three children being admitted to a Sydney hospital with burns.
Clapperboards will be out in Queenstown again next year with confirmation a third series of TV crime thriller One Lane Bridge will be shot.
Ben Allan climbs aboard for a tour of duty of the submarine-set UK murder-mystery/political thriller Vigil.
William Shatner, the Star Trek actor who found fame by pretending a Hollywood soundstage was a spaceship exploring the galaxy, will be launched to the edge of space for real.
Oamaru will always have a special place in Bridget Harding’s heart. The Auckland artist talks to Rebecca Ryan about forging a career that fulfills her creative side.
The world's first female chess grandmaster, Nona Gaprindashvili, has filed a $5 million defamation lawsuit against Netflix over a line in its "The Queen's Gambit" series which her lawyers say is false and sexist.
Michael K Williams, who played the character Omar Little in the TV series The Wire, has been found dead in his New York apartment. He was 54.
TV personality Piers Morgan did not breach the broadcasting code in his criticism of Megan, Duchess of Sussex on a morning show earlier this year, Britain's media regulator has ruled.
Invercargill's mayor is the centre of a TVNZ story about his early life and tumultuous ninth term in office. Over Zoom, he gives a blow-by-blow analysis of the piece.