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Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 15° Min 9° Football: Onehunga Sports through to Chatham Cup semi-finals Brenton Vannisselroy, Newstalk ZB July 26, 2014, 6:13 pm Onehunga Sports are the first team through to the semi-finals of New Zealand Football'
Brendon Diamanti goes from being just a hired T20 gun to a fully-fledged Canterbury contracted player for the coming season. Diamanti's name was the only real eye-catcher in the list of 14 contracted players yesterday after the all-rounder was
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 14° Min 4° Commonwealth Games: Ryan to ride for bronze Guy Heveldt, Newstalk ZB July 26, 2014, 1:08 am Kiwi Marc Ryan will ride off for bronze in the men's individual pursuit at the track cycling in Glasgow...He'll
They were mobile through court and also had a lethal shooting duo in trans-Tasman championship player Mwai Kumwenda and goal attack Sindi Simtowe. The athletic Kumwenda was again the Queens' go-to player as she helped her side to lead by two goals at
Just like a good book, the Silver Ferns don't want to risk spoiling the ending by peeking at the final page. That ending will hopefully be another thrilling victory in the Commonwealth Games gold medal final, a win which would be New Zealand's third
Hundreds of New Zealanders, including a former All Black, have thrown their support behind April Miller, who has been banned from playing men's club rugby in Southland. Rugby Southland vetoed Miller, the only female playing in the Southland-wide club
Following the signing of a five-year agreement between Horncastle Homes and Vbase, the former CBS Canterbury Arena in Addington has been renamed Horncastle Arena. The name change marks the start of a new alliance between the two Christchurch
Rugby Southland has booted 18-year-old April Miller from the Southland-wide presidents grade competition, saying no females were allowed in senior competitions. Miller's rugby-playing exploits featured in The Southland Times and Newslink last week.
When New Zealand judoka Tim Slyfield told 6-year-old daughter Kate he was going to meet Queen Elizabeth II, she was so excited because she assumed that meant she could meet her princess namesake too. Sadly she won't. Slyfield, a 39-year-old who won
The New Zealand team pursuit depends on a 19-year-old who loves to talk rubbish and plays video games in his spare time. Fairfax Media talked with Waimate's Dylan Kennett. Every role in a team pursuit is important. The event requires tremendous