Coast radio is coming to Christchurch in August, headed up by former radio host James Daniels.
Two Christchurch creatives have joined forces to showcase the best of New Brighton on the world stage.
New Zealand-based rockabilly singer Tami Neilson will light up the stage in Christchurch this September.
Johnny Depp was the victim of invented allegations and physical violence from his former wife Amber Heard, London's High Court has been told.
Kiwi twins who survived the African wilderness on the TV show Naked and Afraid can add being stalked by a leopard to their already impressive list of adventures.
The Kiwis behind the horror comedy series What We Do In The Shadows are celebrating their overnight Emmy Award nomination with jokes.
The Cairns woman who was mocked by a reporter during a segment on TVNZ's Breakfast says the missing teeth he made fun of were actually knocked out in a domestic violence incident.
Johnny Depp was a drug addict prone to violent rages and a misogynist who assaulted his wife and used abusive language about women, a London court has been told.
Two exhibitions by renowned Kiwi artists will open at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū in August.
A former cheerleading coach who sexually abused children can now be revealed as the convicted paedophile who worked on children's TV show What Now.
A restored 19th-century waterwheel and a group of hardy volunteers are driving interest at a Christchurch heritage park.
The Chase star Shaun Wallace has staunchly defended his nickname "The Dark Destroyer" after claims it will no longer be used due to racial undertones.
While many applauded TVNZ presenter John Campbell for standing up for the woman and against the "misogynistic" comments of a TVNZ reporter, not everyone appreciated the on-air word exchange.
As the Chch is lit festival comes to an end on Wednesday, Star News photographer Geoff Sloan went out to catch some of the city's most mesmerising displays on camera before they come to an end.
A reporter on TVNZ's Breakfast programme has apologised on-air after making a comment about a woman's appearance.
Public feedback on the proposed $195 million redevelopment of Canterbury Museum has generated a raft of ideas, director Anthony Wright says.