Actor Tom Sizemore, who co-starred in Saving Private Ryan and Black Hawk Down before being convicted in 2003 of assaulting an ex-girlfriend, has been arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse in Los Angeles, police say.
A federal judge has thrown out parts of a lawsuit filed by disgraced comedian Bill Cosby against one of his accusers, her mother, two lawyers and the publisher of the National Enquirer claiming that they violated a confidential settlement agreement.
Bluff-based Dunedin poet Cilla McQueen is about to show a series of art works that might surprise and puzzle. She tells Rebecca Fox about overcoming her technology phobia.
Pop singer Madonna prevailed in a copyright lawsuit over her song 'Vogue' that alleged one of her producers copied a fraction-of-a-second segment of horns from a song he had also worked on.
Drake's new album 'Views' has racked up more than half-a-billion streams.
New Zealand Ballet's production of The Wizard of Oz had its origins in calamity, but it has been born again to the delight of its choreographers and designers. They tell Rebecca Fox about the work behind the scenes.
Adele is reportedly set to sign a £90 million ($NZ193 million) record deal.
Michael Fassbender has promised there will be "aliens coming out of people" in 'Alien: Covenant'.
Corbin Bleu made a surprise return to 'High School Musical 4' auditions.
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc has been sued by Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka and dozens of other retired male and female wrestlers seeking to hold it responsible for neurological injuries they claimed to suffer by participating in its bouts.
I am inclined to approach stories about men, poor behaviour, bullying and the inevitable redemption where people come good with a sense of disquiet.
Helen Speirs reviews a selection of picture books for children.
Richard Fairgray is legally blind, but he's one of New Zealand's top-selling comic-book writers and artists, Dionne Christian discovers.
A round-up of the latest books for young readers reviewed by Laura Hewson.
A tribute album of Grateful Dead covers put together by the Dessner brothers of The National and worked into a massive (59 tracks) compilation that is defined by its consistent quality.
Brahms: Piano Concertos No.1 and No.2. Maurizio Pollini (piano), Staatskapelle Dresden Orchestra. Deutsche Grammophon 2CDs.
On Saturday afternoon, the Fortune Theatre was full of kids laughing themselves silly.
Brother/sister duo Broods return to Dunedin next week to headline OUSA's Re-Orientation line-up for 2016.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, 72, is to become a father again for the eighth time.
Dame Helen Mirren is "very nervous" about her role in 'Fast and Furious 8'.