American actress Frances Sternhagen, who was well known for her Sex and the City role as Charlotte York’s insufferable mother-in-law, has died aged 93.
Most people typically receive gifts for their birthday - but Taylor Swift is giving her fans a present to mark her special day on December 13.
Kim Hill brought the curtain down on a 38-year career at RNZ over the weekend. After making her name as an interviewer, she switched places and let Jim Mora ask her some tough questions.
What does the new coalition deal mean for the property market? CoreLogic chief economist Kelvin Davidson breaks it all down.
A pair of fitness influencers have caused outrage among their followers after making fun of another gym-goer in a “disgusting” video.
New Zealand TV star Kim Crossman bravely opened up about her recent miscarriage this week, posting an image of her in hospital and explaining her decision to go public with the news.
A woman who shares her dating experiences on TikTok has opened up about a bad date where a man left her to foot the $500 (NZ$540) bill.
A controversial sex education book for teenagers that had to be pulled from shelves in Australia has been given an “unrestricted” rating by New Zealand’s chief censor.
Comedian and actor Dawn French - who will perform on stage in Christchurch in May - has spoken about the moment she stepped completely “over the line” with King Charles at a royal function.
Low hanging cloud has disrupted at least 24 flights so far in Wellington today, including several to and from Canterbury.
Matthias McGregor from The AV Club in central Christchurch was a fan of NZ music before he even moved here.
Breakfast presenter Matty McLean has announced he is leaving the TVNZ morning show - and will co-host The Hits drive show in 2024.
A cone-shaped home in Ilam has sold for the second time in just over a year - but for slightly less this time.
A "zesty, buttery" Oamaru steak has been judged the best in the world at a global contest in London.
A flight attendant has lifted the lid on the crazy lengths people will go to in order to get upgraded to first or business class.
If you think it is difficult getting from the South Island to the North Island by train, think again - it’s more than difficult.