Health and safety standards set by New Zealand Cricket limits the ability of players to front when the conditions are wet.
Is this the beginning of the end or did the beginning of the end start at the beginning of this year when it was supposed to be the start of the rise?
When Glenn Moore was dumped as Highlanders coach in 2010, his coaching career looked to be on the same trajectory as the Opportunities Party.
It has not taken Glenn Delaney long to realise how much the Highlanders mean to people in the South.
Otago has lost one of its most experienced players with midfielder Tei Walden leaving the province for Taranaki.
One of the country's most promising referees, who started his career in the South, is to take up the role as referee education officer in the Otago region.
New Zealand test opener Jeet Raval will bring up a century — but it is not the one he wants.
The Otago Boys’ High School first XV is back in the premier schools grade next year and first XV games could head to Queenstown.
Queenstown golfer James Anstiss has emphatically made it past the first stage of qualifying to play for the big dough.
Two Queenstown ice hockey-playing brothers have been banned from their sport for trying to buy a drug, aimed at helping them to lose weight, which they never received.
City Care has been suspended from its cricket contract with the Dunedin City Council for the next four months.
Special items belonging to triple New Zealand Olympic champion Peter Snell are heading for a new home in Dunedin.
Caversham and Pirates will meet in the clubrooms afterwards but whether there are football posts at Hancock Park is still up in the air.
Queenstown ice hockey-playing brothers Lachlan and Mitchell Frear have been banned for two years after buying the prohibited stimulant clenbuterol.
It was a case of last man standing for the Otago men’s team at the regional sevens tournament in Timaru on Saturday.
Hayden Parker just wants to get back on the field and may have headed overseas regardless of the injuries that have plagued his career.
It will be a new-look Otago side which journeys to Timaru today for the regional tournament.
The national bowls championships are less than three weeks away and the field is up on last year.
The Otago women’s sevens side has some new faces as the game continues to grow both on and off the field.
New Zealander Ryan Fox is out to win his home country’s Open, spurning a European Tour event in his quest to win the big prize.