Congratulations, LeBron. Sincerely, LeBron.
Manchester United have retained their position as the highest revenue-generating football club in the world.
Former world No1 Caroline Wozniacki has marched into her second Australian Open semifinal.
Rafael Nadal's Australian Open quarterfinal curse has struck again.
One of the South's brightest stars Patrick Erin could be lost to New Zealand racing.
Horse owners will soon get the opportunity to buy Vintage Crop.
The Highlanders are not turning their back on Invercargill and will play a big match in the city next year.
They are here to learn and soak up the sun. So far they have ticked the box on both accounts.
The situation could not have been more tense when Ben McLachlan served for the match in yesterday's Australian Open quarterfinal.
Tori Peeters has claimed another title, although her ultimate goal has eluded her.
Australia legspinner Lloyd Pope bowls during his side's Under-19 World Cup quarterfinal win over England in Queenstown yesterday.
The North Otago Legends tour event, scheduled for next month, is bursting at the seams.
Queenstown's Ben McLachlan has won a thrilling quarterfinal at the Australian Open.
The Highlanders are set to take a game to the Pacific Islands.
Australia's world champion one-day team could face a major overhaul after they slumped to a 10th loss in 11 games, according to chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns.
Joseph Parker claims he is winning the war of words with Anthony Joshua saying the Brit is rattled.
Manchester United have signed Chile forward Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in a deal that involves midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan moving to the London club.
2011 All Blacks World Cup winning hero Stephen Donald's next career step has been dealt a blow.
Six-time champion Novak Djokovic has been knocked out of the Australian Open in the fourth round by relentless South Korean Chung Hyeon.
An accidental flourish of the whip is how Oamaru reinswoman Charlotte Purvis celebrated her first winning double at Invercargill.