Three's news and entertainment show The Project may be discontinued in December.
A short film about Christchurch beach artist Wayne Webb and his history with mental health battles will feature in an upcoming film festival at Hoyts EntX.
Realising you’re no longer cool, young and hip is a moment most people try and avoid - but one man was confronted with it mid-dance.
Bill Bailey answers the phone and immediately whisks the listener off into the whimsical world of English humour.
Radio hosts Patrina Roche and Callum Procter decided to go for a stroll around the Octagon for 10 hours yesterday.
Hundreds of Chrysler car enthusiasts will converge on Ashburton this weekend for a nationwide MoPars in the South gathering.
A Catholic nun has been videoed emphatically taking down a climate activist in France with a full-on rugby tackle.
Original Wiggles star Greg Page - who collapsed after having a heart attack during a reunion show - and his co-stars have recalled what it was like to be on stage at that moment in a new documentary.
A former reality TV star who was arrested last year following a pursuit in which a police constable was left hospitalised with serious injuries can now be identified.
Sam Neill has shared a devastating update on his blood cancer battle - but the busy South Island actor, author, vineyard owner and grandfather is not letting the fear of death take over his life.
Actor Suzanne Somers, best known for her role on the 1970s television show "Three's Company", has died aged 76.
Canterbury teenager Molly Harrison has dreams of performing at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 2025 - and maybe even Nashville one day.
Christchurch-born comedian Cal Wilson spoke about her son, Digby, and how he would “remember her” in a heartbreaking interview recorded months before she passed away.
Aotearoa’s comedy community - and the country - are in mourning for Christchurch-born comedian Cal Wilson, who has died at the age of 53 following a short illness.
A Christchurch greyhound has been embracing life on the road as she’s chauffeured around the city in her very own cargo bike.
Two UC historians are set to give a free lecture on a mysterious 600-year-old text, which Sybilla Maude, better known as Nurse Maude, sold to Canterbury College in 1918.