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The information has been released as part of the latest batch of census results from Statistics New Zealand. The median income for people aged 15 years and over in the Canterbury region was $30,100 in the 2013 Census the second-highest after
NZ batsmen on both sides of today's warm-up game hope to impress selectors. West Indies' Shivnarine Chanderpaul will have added responsibility with the absence of Chris Gayle. Photo / AP Several New Zealand batsmen could do with plenty of pre-first
They started poorly and were always chasing the match, but Canterbury Wizards skipper Peter Fulton is confident his batsmen will learn from their mistakes in the side's thrashing. Canterbury were yesterday thumped by nine wickets by Otago in cricket'
Former England cricket captain Mike Atherton has called on the game's most powerful countries to do more to help the weaker nations, including New Zealand. India, England, South Africa and Australia - and the have nots was a major issue for the sport.
Jesse Ryder has scored his 15th first-class hundred and second in as many matches since joining Otago. Ryder's Otago side have passed Canterbury's first-innings score of 243 in Rangiora and did so for the loss of just two wickets in their Plunket
An 89-run last wicket partnership saved Canterbury in their Plunket Shield cricket match with Otago today in Rangiora, but the visitors are still in the box seat. Having won the toss and electing to bat Canterbury were teetering at 154-9 before
A passing comment at a barbecue inspired Phil Gifford to delve into a controversial moment of our rugby history. He concludes a great sporting injustice was committed and that it's time to correct it...Otago captain Dave Latta on his hands and knees
Two Black Caps continued on the comeback trail in Dunedin last night, with Daniel Vettori and Jesse Ryder aiming to find some form before the West Indies visit this summer. Vettori's last international action came at the Champions Trophy in June,
Flynn and Harris - ensured Northern Districts had enough runs to keep Otago at bay, as they opened their HRV Cup campaign with a nine-run victory in Dunedin. Northern Districts batted first, with the openers Brad Wilson and Flynn putting on 49. After
Otago feeling underprepared for Canterbury Elliott Smith, Newstalk ZB November 2, 2013, 6:03 pm Otago's feeling a tad underprepared for tonight's Twenty20 domestic cricket match against Canterbury in Christchurch...Volts captain Derek de Boorder says