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Danny DeVito reunited with his Twins co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger to honour his pal with a lifetime achievement award.
Courtney Love is working with police to track down those responsible for posting a fake Nirvana track online last week.
William Shatner has been forced to miss his Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy's funeral due to prior commitments.
British Formula 1 ace Lewis Hamilton is reportedly in talks with representatives at Jay Z's record label Roc Nation to launch himself as a musician.
Pantera are working with the authorities in Texas after learning the grave of their late guitarist 'Dimebag' Darrell Abbott was vandalised recently.
Celebrating NZ comedy podcast The Worst Idea of All Time and two of the all-time greats, Uhh Yeah Dude and the Ricky Gervais Show.
British pop star Ed Sheeran has performed an acoustic version of rapper O.T. Genasis' viral hit 'CoCo'.
A gorgeous game that is a bit of fun, but a very shallow, short experience.
As with the first, this one does tie up all a little too nicely, but overall, it won me over.
A couple of OK action scenes ease the pain, but two stars is all I can muster.
A Hawke's Bay credit union has been ordered to pay $168,000 to a former employee after it breached her privacy around an expletively iced cake.
Brajesh and Shabista Srivastava, a married couple from India, plan to leave all their money to their pet monkey.
An Italian surgeon says he can carry out head transplant procedure to give people a new, healthy body.
A man rode into a train station in England on a horse and threatened staff with a whip while racially abusing them.
KFC has launched Britain's first ever edible coffee cups, made from heat-resistant chocolate.
Motorhead star Phil Campbell has paid tribute to the band's longtime assistant and engineer, Dave Hilsden, following his death.
The X Factor NZ issued an on-air apology last night after it featured a convicted criminal as a contestant last week. But was it enough to end the controversy?
The X Factor NZ this year introduced the six-chair challenge, a concept that means no one is safe until all acts have performed.
They say a good salesman could sell ice to an Eskimo. Well, in the midst of record snowfalls on the US east coast, a couple has done something a little bit like that.
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