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A shunned member of Gloriavaleâ claims TVNZ's documentaries about life inside the Christian community only show outsiders what leaders there want them to see.
Some actresses fade into obscurity after they leave a hit TV show â but Su Pollard isn't one of them.
Bachelor winner and the bastion of local Instagram celebrity life Matilda Rice is returning to television on another dating show - this time as the host.
Forget auditioning and waiting for a big break. Today's stars are more likely to be found harnessing the power of social media, writes Jack van Beynen.
OPINION: There's something ironic about one character departing and another arriving, both in the same episode of Call The Midwife (TV One, Fridays).
As an author, JK Rowling can do no wrong. After the immense success of her Harry Potter cycle of novels, films and plays, she went on to produce a highly regarded series of detective stories under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
Christopher Meloni has played detectives before. He's also played a vampire, an inmate, and even a hillbilly called "Freakshow".
Warning: Spoilers and graphic descriptions of rape that some may find offensive are contained in this article.
Most of us know someone like Doctor Doctor matriarch Meryl Knight. Opinionated, righteous and giving little or no consideration to what comes out of her mouth, she isn't a woman to mess with.
Coverage of the British royal family has gone into overdrive this year, particularly with the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Award-winning game developer EA Dice has revealed the trailer for its latest Battlefield franchise - Battlefield 5.