The Highlanders have left Dunedin for Christchurch for their do-or-die quarterfinal against the Crusaders.
Join us from 7.30pm tonight for live updates of the Highlanders' Super Rugby quarterfinal against the Crusaders in Christchurch.
Some games have been cancelled and the rest moved on the final day of the under-15 national basketball tournament in Dunedin.
The Highlanders will be forced to travel to Christchurch this morning after the wet weather scuttled plans to leave yesterday afternoon.
This is when the cream rises to the top.
Palmerston rider Courtney Duncan is keen to stay on her bike when round four of the Women’s Motocross World Championships get under way in the Czech Republic this weekend.
A very green-looking shadow Otago side will take to the field at Kettle Park tomorrow as the blue and golds take their first steps in the 2017 season.
Mark Cameron is used to bowlers who deliver the ball overarm.
Geoff Hanna reached the pinnacle of his career in bowls administration when he was elected a life member at the 110th annual meeting of Bowls Dunedin this week.
Lifting the Otago junior cross-country title last Saturday, Dunedin student Sophie Smith gave every indication she is on track to do well at the World Mountain Running Championships in...
Travel and basketball go well together for Andrew Parke.
The Stampede has returned to the top of the standings and the Queenstown-based team plans to stay there.
With Roger Federer winning Wimbledon for the eighth time earlier this week, the inevitable discussion turns to whether he is the "Greatest of all time" (GOAT). Maybe the Swiss maestro is but it is...
The temptation to go overseas is always there, Highlanders co-captain Ash Dixon says, but a serious injury earlier in the season made him realise what is important to him.
One leaves in the morning and one stays in the afternoon.
The premier club rugby semifinals are in limbo and the Dunedin Metropolitan Rugby Council match committee will meet this morning to decide whether to go ahead as planned.
Wild weather has forced the Oamaru Jockey Club to postpone its meeting scheduled for tomorrow until Wednesday.
Highlanders centre Malakai Fekitoa will play for French club Toulon while winger Waisake Naholo will stay with the Highlanders.
Malakai Fekitoa is officially heading to Toulon.
Premier League champions Chelsea will fight on all fronts as it looks to build on last season's success midfielder N'Golo Kante said.