Remotes are being replaced by the mouse as Kiwis increasingly take control of their televisions. More people are turning to on-demand television as they increasingly want to decide when and where they watch their favourite shows
Chris Brown was apparently the intended target of a nightclub shooting in Hollywood overnight. The 25-year-old singer was hosting a pre-MTV VMA party at 1Oak nightclub in West Hollywood when the shooting happened
On a cobbled street in Edinburgh, Javier Jarquin is not enjoying himself. The New Zealand performer has two shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and is handing out flyers to promote them.
Nigel Latta began the third episode of his six-part series reflecting on the drinking habits he adopted during his years as a student at Otago University. It was also where he began his quest to get to the bottom of New Zealand’s alcohol problem.
Courtney Love is the personification of drama. Her life in the spotlight has been peppered with drug addiction, suicide, bitter fights, money issues and more lawsuits than hot dinners, however the Hole front woman is a consummate performer on stage and especially in front of the media
The Sound of Music is among the best-known musicals of all time – and will be in New Zealand with a cast of Kiwi kids next month. Michelle Duff gets the jump on what we can expect here, at the Singapore premiere.
Victoria Beckham is selling 600 items from her wardrobe to support an HIV charity.
When Shihad frontman Jon Toogood received the first cut of new song Think You’re So Free, which references the Government spy agency the GCSB, he jumped straight into his car. He drove onto the motorway and sang along freely to it
Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof had a low-key celebration for her 18th birthday on July 22.
Dreams of launching pirate radio in Auckland made a breakthrough once the station was able to be broadcast out on the water. “The key moment was getting a boat,” explains David Gapes, one of a group of men in their 20s who, in 1966, defied the New Zealand government and launched a pirate radio station in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf.