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Margaret Gregory aka Palmerston North's Taylor Swift is proving you're never too old to shake it off.
A delightful and poignant documentary on how Disney films became a lifeline for a boy with autism, helping him learn about the world in a way that felt safe and familiar.
Coming face-to-face with a big celebrity can be a pretty daunting experience - but for an Auckland group called KaiHaka, it's just another day at the office
Game of Thrones isn't all death, misery and violence. Sometimes, life on set is a bit of a laugh.
Household names like Ruby, Huffer and Stolen Girlfriends Club will be joined by emerging designers like AO Label and Campbell Luke.
In a surprise for horror fans, the highly-anticipated 'The Woods' has been revealed as a sequel to the 1999 hit 'The Blair Witch Project'.
There is nothing like a guitar smash to end a rock'n'roll performance, unless you destroy the wrong guitar.
For Justin Lin, being asked to direct the newest film in the Star Trek franchise was a dream come true.
A fantastic cocktail of tension and dread, punctuated by some masterful jump-scares, which works largely thanks to the original setting.
More FM radio host Simon Barnett pulled a woman from her crashed vehicle, slicing his fingers on broken glass as he did so.
Conservation Minister Maggie Barry is confident her "Apollo moon shot" at wiping out New Zealand's predatory species can be done.
Madison Nonoa and Filipe Manu have been dating for three years and now they're also two of New Zealand's best opera singers.
The developers behind mobile gaming sensation Pokémon Go say the app's users will soon be able to trade their pocket monsters with other players.
Fans were not left disappointed at this year's Comic-Con with a major haul of movie trailers to dissect including Justice League, Wonder Woman and Doctor Strange.
Books that become movies are increasingly popular, according to the latest Whitcoulls Top 100.
Auckland Theatre Company's production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is a fantastically immersive and captivating production.
Geoff Mackley is a filmmaker - and while the internet's a great source of income for him, recently it's been an increasing source of frustration when his footage is stolen.
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