Australia coach Michael Cheika is fuming over what he perceived as disrespect from the All Blacks after the world champions beat his Wallabies side to secure the top tier record for consecutive test wins.
The New Zealand women's side marked their first home international in more than two years with an 11-try thrashing of the Australian Wallaroos at Eden Park in the Bledisloe Cup curtainraiser.
It took a bit of time for the machine to grind into gear and get on with the serious business of destroying the Wallabies and claiming a world record.
Dare to dream, North Harbour.
New Zealand captain Kieran Read has bitter experience of Australia snapping long All Blacks winning streaks and thinks the world champions have learned their lesson ahead of tonight's clash in Auckland.
The Southern United women’s side has a tough opener to begin the national league season — it will play Canterbury United, a side which went all the way to the final last year.
The Otago Cricket Association emerged from its winter cocoon barely recognisable, Adrian Seconi writes.
North Otago cyclist Tim Rush is eager to repay his team-mates in the final round of the national cycling series in the Selwyn District tomorrow.
The Black Caps have seven home tests this summer. If they play as poorly as they did during the third test against India it could be a long season. Cricket writer Adrian Seconi caught up with New...
Otago is into the big dance. The blue and golds have made it to the final of the Mitre 10 Cup Championship after a hard-fought 27-20 win over Bay of Plenty at Forsyth Barr Stadium last night.
Rob Walter’s curriculum vitae suggests a quick fix is at least possible.
This weekend’s MX Fest in Taupo marks the beginning of a busy national season for Courtney Duncan and she is ideally set up to springboard back into the 2017 Women’s Motocross World Championships.
Dunedin's Emma Gilmour is continuing her cross-country rallying adventures and with support from home and abroad, she will contest the 500km Portugal Baja next weekend.
Driver John Derry and navigator Brent Hefford, both of Blenheim, are first to fly into Cromwell, retaining their overall lead in the New Zealand Jet Boat Marathon yesterday.
Australian Barrie Lester is back in the Jackaroos and will make his World Bowls debut in Christchurch next month.
Shannon McIlroy (Nelson) started the North East Valley Invitation singles in style and showed why he is representing New Zealand in the discipline at World Bowls.
Dunedin judo competitors did well at the national championships in Auckland last weekend, and Maarten De Ridder was the star.
Netball South has named a training squad for next year’s Beko national league.
Tomorrow's Tuapeka Cup at Forbury Park has deja vu written all over it.
North Otago is looking to stay positive heading into its Lochore Cup semifinal against Mid Canterbury in Ashburton this afternoon.