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Just hours before tickets go on sale, Pink announced a fourth Auckland show in September next year.
Gord Downie was the lead singer of legendary Canadian band the Tragically Hip.
It is unknown if the star's six New Zealand shows in March will be affected.
The British star is due to play six shows here in March.
Maureen was a well-known part of the New Zealand music scene for many decades.
The woman's lawyer said "she believes the system is going to fail her".
The popstar did, however, initially tweet the US president is doing a terrible job.
The footage was released with the blessing of his family
She told James Corden it turned her into an activist.
The trio secretly came together in Australia to record their first Christmas album.
The pair hit the high notes on the first episode of TVNZ1's Morena, weekdays at 10am.
Nicks last performed in New Zealand with Fleetwood Mac in 2015.
The superstar will be here in September.
The punk-pop singer will perform in Dunedin and Auckland.
Rachel Hall has created the “Pato” - an award-winning modern take on a traditional Tongan drum.
Siri got the hip-shaking Spanish tune confused with a soaring orchestral number.
The pop star made the announcement on her Facebook page.
She says she would donate proceeds from the show to victims' families.
The Onehunga group is up for the Best Album of the Year, but they've got some tough competition.
The rock and roll musician died in Los Angeles after he suffered a cardiac arrest.
Selevasio, 14, left the judges awe-struck on Little Big Shots.
The Summer of '69 star will perform four North Island shows in early January.
The group of five sung a cover of 'Torn'.
Fans of Eminem and Black Street may want to rethink their musical choice.
The 19-year-old from Hawke's Bay will take to the stage in the region's art festival.
Former Aus PM Tony Abbott slammed it as politicising sport.
The crowd-surfing wannabe slammed into the floor as the crowd below withdrew.
"Thank you for honouring Green Light, which is a song I love so much," Lorde said from the US.
During the event, Dunedin rock legends The Clean will also be inducted into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame.
Mike Thorpe meets former Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes and kids lucky to play alongside him.
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The National Party leader is put on the spot about what happens next in his political career.
Cole, also known as FunForLouis, is currently in New Zealand as he circumnavigates the world in a four seater plane.
Having lost out to Labour, it is inevitable that questions will be asked about what English will do.
The All Blacks will face the Barbarians, France, a French XV, Scotland and Wales on their tour.
1 NEWS joined Bryan Hartley in a Palmerston North pub as Brendon raced in the US Grand Prix.
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