No, Newshub and Tova O’Brien have not been silenced by the government

Accusations are swirling that Jacinda Ardern blocked a planned news report criticising the Covid response. It’s not true.

You are cordially invited to play Celebrity Treasure Island bingo

Excessive excitement over a pantry staple? BINGO.

Old traditions, new taonga: how Indigenous film helps keep culture alive

Through film and television, Māori storytellers are sharing their tales further than ever.

Allyson Gofton was New Zealand’s first food influencer

As Food in A Minute celebrates its 25th birthday, its former host talks to Tara Ward about the classic ‘90s TV spots that took home cooking to a new dimension. 

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The Food in a Minute bloopers you never knew you needed

To celebrate 25 glorious years of Food in a Minute, we jimmied open an old can of something in the content pantry

Goodbye Taskmaster NZ, the show that saved my lockdown

Stewart Sowman-Lund reflects on the bonkers show that kept him sane(ish) during lockdown.

Five of the best short documentaries you can watch for free right now

The director of The Scam picks his top five short documentaries to help keep the boredom at bay this lockdown.

Celebrity Treasure Island power rankings: Welcome to the poo cave

Hoo roo everyone, and welcome to week one of the Celebrity Treasure Island 2021 power rankings.

Is Lance Savali New Zealand’s coolest celebrity?

He's danced for Rihanna and Beyonce, and DJs at major music festivals. Now Lance Savali is set to be Celebrity Treasure Island's breakout star.

Celebrity Treasure Island has washed up at the perfect time

What happens when you put 21 celebrities on a local beach and sort them into teams based on their careers? A dream mix of absurdity, ego and nostalgia. 

Get to know Emmerdale, the soapy curtain raiser to the 1pm press conference

Not sure what’s happening in the British soap screening before the Ashley and Jacinda show? Wonder no more. 

Every night Mum feeds the stray cats

In Night Ride – part of the Loading Docs 2021 collection – filmmaker Todd Karehana attempts to get to the bottom of his mum’s unusual nightly routine.

Sanjay Patel is one of Twitter’s earliest, funniest adopters

Comedian Sanjay Patel tells us about the early days of Twitter, collecting Shortland Street trading cards and more in this week’s episode of FIRST.

What’s new to Netflix NZ, Neon and other streaming services in September

We round up everything coming to streaming services this month, including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Apple TV+, Neon and TVNZ OnDemand.

Review: Patrick Gower: On Hate puts the focus where it should be – on the victims

The documentary about the mosque shootings served as a reminder of the incredible strength of those left behind.

A grief beyond words

Sara Qasem, who lost her father Abdelfattah Qasem in the March 15 terror attacks, shares why she has chosen this moment to speak up against hate.