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The Last Word: National pride

The Last Word: National pride

Picture two rugby players dreaming of playing for Ireland.

From afar: Behavioural lapses belong in 'otherwise' zone

It has been difficult lately to look away when high-profile athletes have failed to engage their frontal lobe and practise self-control and good judgement.

Touch: Key roles for four players from Otago

Four Otago people will play key roles in the transtasman series in Mudgee later this month.

Adventure racing: Top spot to Wanaka four

Adventure racing: Top spot to Wanaka four

A team of four Wanaka athletes has beaten the best in the world to claim the overall prize in the fast-paced, four-day Wenzhou Outdoor Challenge.

The Last Word: We'll never ...

Hi Kate. Gidday Wills.

Wrestling's Ultimate Warrior dies

Wrestling's Ultimate Warrior dies

The Ultimate Warrior, one of US professional wrestling's most celebrated names, has died at the age of 54, days after being inducted into the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc Hall of Fame, the company says.

McFadden needs the engagement of all at club

Many of us have heard of the glass ceiling and perhaps the glass network (old boys' network), but there is a new catchphrase in gender equity dialogue known as the glass cliff phenomenon.

Mixed martial arts: Return not quite to plan

Mixed martial arts: Return not quite to plan

Revenge will have to wait. Matt Toa's return to the mixed martial arts cage did not go as planned when he and Benji Kney fought out a draw at the Olympic Fight Centre in Mosgiel on Saturday.

Rallying: Paddon back in Escort for Otago event

Rallying: Paddon back in Escort for Otago event

Recently-signed World Rally Championship driver Hayden Paddon will begin his season by competing at the Rally of Otago next month.

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