Martin Guptill's return to the New Zealand limited-overs side has been put on hold while he continues to recover from injury.
New Zealand has completed a 240-run thumping of the West Indies.
A top trainer could be kicked out of the greyhound racing industry if it's proven he used live bait to train his dogs.
A ground rich with cricketing history but wanting of modern comforts will take its final Ashes bow when Australia host England in the third test starting at the WACA on Thursday.
British boxer Anthony Joshua is set to agree to a deal with Joseph Parker.
The All Blacks will face South Africa next year at a ground they haven't lost at since 1970.
Kiwi administrator Raelene Castle has been announced as the new chief executive for Rugby Australia, taking over from Bill Pulver.
Caversham and Pirates will meet in the clubrooms afterwards but whether there are football posts at Hancock Park is still up in the air.
Officials have painted newly appointed Racing Minister Winston Peters a picture of an industry scratching to ensure its survival.
The usually cool, calm and collected Mark Purdon is lighter in the pocket following comments he made to Australian stewards.
King's High School pupils meet former All Black and Highlander Adam Thomson after a Japan Top League match earlier this month.
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.
Ross Taylor scored his 17th century to equal captain Kane Williamson and the late Martin Crowe today, as the West Indies limped to stumps in the second test.
Former Samoa coach Alama Ieremia has been tasked with attempting to turn around the fortunes of New Zealand's largest provincial rugby union, Auckland, signing a three-year contract today.
Queenstown ice hockey-playing brothers Lachlan and Mitchell Frear have been banned for two years after buying the prohibited stimulant clenbuterol.
Manchester City have beaten Manchester United at Old Trafford to go 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League.
New Zealand Breakers coach Paul Henare has accused NBL referees of unfairly treating his side on Australian soil.
The All Blacks Sevens side have won their first title in 21 months after defeating Argentina 38-14 in the Cape Town Sevens today.
Southern United has locked away its first trophy of the season.