Serena Williams gave compatriot Nicole Gibbs a lesson in grand slam tennis with a 6-1 6-3 towelling to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday.
Southern United has been beaten 3-1 by Waitakere United at Peter Johnstone Park this afternoon.
Ross Taylor's quest to equal Martin Crowe's New Zealand record of 17 test centuries fell 23 runs short before tea on the second day of the second test against Bangladesh.
Belgian Thierry Neuville led the season-opening Monte Carlo Rally for Hyundai after an opening day marred by the death of a spectator.
Wicketkeeper Tom Blundell has replaced the injured Luke Ronchi in New Zealand's one-day squad for their Chappell-Hadlee series against Australia.
Roger Federer has crushed Tomas Berdych to storm into the fourth round of the Australian Open.
The Spartans 10s tournament is all set to be played early next month and the tournament will be split to allow those with slightly older legs a chance to compete on a more even playing field.
Eric Molloy has delivered his share of thrills of late.
Former Dunedin rugby referee Mike Smaill is making some big advances in whistling in the 13-man game and is about to referee an international.
The first two days have brought success for several Otago swimmers at the Otago-Canterbury championships.
Local ice hockey fans may have recognised a familiar face back at their rink.
Black Cap Neil Broom has been in fine form of late and some of that has rubbed off on young Dunedin cricketer Xavier Chisholm.
A couple of key games will be played in zone four of the Hawke Cup this weekend.
New Zealand is one step closer to promotion having progressed from its pool and being in the semifinals of the under-20 division three world ice hockey championships tonight at the Dunedin Ice...
Southern filly Seaswift Joy tightened her vice-like grip on this season’s Southland Oaks with another impressive win at Wyndham yesterday.
Liz Hodson’s short-term employment at White Robe Lodge in 1975 turned into an association with the stud and training operation of more than 40 years.
From the America’s Cup to New Zealand’s youth, Sir Russell Coutts is still making waves.
New Otago captain Jimmy Neesham says it has not been too big a switch in taking over the captaincy of the side.
The search for a spinner to join Otago has landed a Dutchman out of South Africa, coming from Dubai.
Otago has a new national sevens player — although he is yet to wear the blue and gold jersey.