Athletics New Zealand high performance para-athlete manager and head coach Raylene Bates has been elected to the Athletics Otago board for the next 12 months.
When you have not lost a game, it is not surprising some of your players are putting up some big numbers.
A fuming Dunedin Thunder coach has slammed Immigration New Zealand for the "ridiculous'' decision to deny his latest import player entry into the country.
Two of Otago's Olympic medal hopefuls have shown they are on the right track before the Rio Olympics by securing world titles yesterday.
Less than a year ago, Stefannie Gillespie did not think she had it in her to swim 10km.
The Southern Steel has its sights set on winning this year's ANZ Championship and its coach, Noeline Taurua, would not have it any other way.
The Stampede, the New Zealand Ice Hockey League champion, has named Matt Schneider its new captain.
South will look to claw its way back up the table when it takes on Waikato-Bay of Plenty in its national league match tomorrow.
The Steel will return to one of its happy hunting grounds this weekend as it looks to extend its unbeaten run in this year's ANZ Championship and further cement its place at the top of the New Zealand conference.
Hundreds of runners negotiated the cold, occasionally boggy conditions and a fence as they completed the Otago-Southland secondary schools cross-country relay at Tokomairiro High School yesterday.
Netball New Zealand has announced a six-team, 15-round domestic competition will be staged from next year as Australian sides prepare to break away from the transtasman ANZ Championship.
Storm Purvis may be only 23, but she is already somewhat of a veteran on the netball court.
Wanaka triathlete Tony Dodds knows his work has only just begun but for now he is toasting the realisation of a boyhood dream.
Wanaka athletes Tony Dodds and Nicky Samuels have been named in the New Zealand triathlon team for the Rio Olympics.
What would the Steel do without Jhaniele Fowler-Reid?
Kavanagh College pupil Ben O'Farrell does not know what the future holds for his promising football career, but he is going to leave no stone unturned.
Gina Crampton is expecting a backlash from the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic when it takes on the Southern Steel in its ANZ Championship match in Rotorua tomorrow.
On paper, the Steel and Thunderbirds could not be further apart.
Syrian refugees due to arrive in Dunedin later this month should have access to free driving lessons, thanks to the efforts of a local fundraiser.
The Southern Steel will be trying to shake off the cobwebs when it takes on the Pulse in its ANZ Championship match in Wellington tonight.