Dan Carter has been dropped as a brand ambassador for Land Rover following his drink driving incident in France last week.
Aisha Rizwan (10), of George St Normal School, bowls and Marley Thompson (8), from Maori Hill, looks on at the Girls Smash cricket competition at Logan Park, yesterday; McKenna Olsen (7), of Port...
The foreign challenge from across the oceans in Super rugby last year, apart from the Lions, packed all the power of a hit from an arthritic pensioner. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn expects there will be little different this year from the African teams.
She is only 6, but Alaia Mattingly's an Otago champion.
Highlanders assistant coach Scott McLeod says this pre-season has been different from others but he is confident the side is fit and ready to go for Friday night's opener.
He has been given the chance so he is going to take it with both hands.
August could bring an increase in the minimum stake similar to that announced by the thoroughbred code last week, Harness Racing New Zealand said yesterday.
A whirlwind harness racing season is set to get even better this week for Dunedin breeder Gavin Chin.
New Zealand has another instant cricket millionaire with fast bowler Trent Boult becoming a prized asset for Kolkata Knight Riders in April's Indian Premier League.
Chiefs assistant coach Kieran Keane is the latest New Zealand mind to head overseas.
Warriors halfback Shaun Johnson is excited at the prospect of developing his combination with young playmaker Ata Hingano.
Seventeen-year-old Queenstown snowboarder Finn Duffy has won a Freeride Junior Tour competition staged at the Austrian resort of Montafon on Sunday.
American Dustin Johnson has become golf's world No 1 for the first time with his victory at the PGA Tour's Genesis Open in Los Angeles.
If Manchester United are to defend their FA Cup title they will have to beat rampant English Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
New Zealand came a close second in the opening match of their five-game ODI series against South Africa last night in Hamilton.
The final round of the Downhill clubs of New Zealand tour made for some spectacular riding at Signal Hill on Saturday.
Dunedin athletes shone at the national decathlon and heptathlon championships at the Caledonian Ground over the weekend.
Otago will be heartened by some strong performances by the A side in the weekend.
If you thought the Black Caps’ loss to South Africa on Friday night was bad, then spare a thought for Kaikorai.
Southland confirmed its Zone four challenge for the Hawke Cup when it beat North Otago on the first innings over the weekend in Invercargill.