New Zealand have moved within reach of a series-levelling win in the third and final cricket test in Hamilton.
Eric Watson, a former coach of the All Blacks, has died in Dunedin, aged 91.
National Football League team owners gave the green light to the Raiders moving to Las Vegas from Oakland, paving the way for the building of a new, $1.9 billion stadium in Sin City, the NFL said
Repairing the iconic Lancaster Park in Christchurch could cost up to $275 million so it will be demolished.
An opening round double-header has proven doubly fruitful for the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic, who have sprung out to an early lead in the ANZ Premiership with back-to-back wins.
All Whites striker Chris Wood has been nominated for the English football Championship's player of the year award.
NSW coach Laurie Daley believes his Warriors counterpart Stephen Kearney may need to drop or bench Shaun Johnson to get the best out of the enigmatic playmaker.
The best sight of Kane Williamson on the third day of the third test was not necessarily the immaculate stroke-making on his way to an unbeaten 148, but the manner in which he strode from the ground.
Canterbury commentator Mark McNamara is known for his quick turn of phrase and he will need it to be at its quickest when he matches wits with All Black coach Steve Hansen, next month.
Otago schools dominated the final placings at the South Island Secondary Schools touch tournament in Christchurch over the weekend.
Dunedin players are to the fore after the first round of the 32nd national left-handed championships which began on the Chisholm Links course yesterday.
Time is a great healer and it has helped Aaron Smith get over what he describes as a huge mistake.
Preliminary findings from a study into force and impact on the field has shown players with weakened necks or uneven neck strength may be more vulnerable to concussion.
Five years on from nearly going under, the Otago Rugby Football Union now has assets of $1.5 million and equity of just under $1 million.
When Aaron Smith first arrived in Dunedin he admits it was part of an adventure.
Owners of maidens racing at Forbury Park on Thursday night are in line for a $1500 bonus if their horses are fast enough to win.
All Blacks and Highlanders halfback Aaron Smith has today opened up on how the incident involving a woman in a Christchurch airport disabled toilet last year badly affected him, saying he should have taken time away from the game.
Wanaka teenager Zoi Sadowski Synnott has claimed her first slopestyle world cup win with a triumphant run in the Czech Republic.
The Dunedin men were beaten by Canterbury 3-0 in the semifinals to finish third-equal in the intercentre sevens in Wellington at the weekend.
The Black Sticks women powered back from a two-goal deficit to beat the United States 3-2 in Rangiora yesterday.