Eliza McCartney is visiting her old school, Belmont Primary on Auckland's North shore after arriving back in New Zealand early this morning.
Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has named Trevor Siemian the starting quarterback for Week One, when the defending champions open the 2016 season with a rematch of Super Bowl 50.
All Blacks second five-eighth Ryan Crotty and hooker Codie Taylor have been cleared to play for Canterbury in the NPC this weekend.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has said the club will look to enjoy competing against Europe's elite in their Champions League debut.
South Africa's great fast bowler Dale Steyn has ingited a war with Black Cap Neil Wagner.
Forward Nacer Chadli has joined West Bromwich Albion from Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur on a four-year contract, both clubs announced.
As far as US Open encores go they don't come much tougher than the act Roberta Vinci has to follow after pulling off one of the biggest upsets ever at a grand slam during her magical run to last...
Manchester City's out-of-favour goalkeeper Joe Hart is keen to join Serie A club Torino on a season-long loan deal, media reports said.
Maria Tutaia is staying put in New Zealand next year, with the star shooter turning down offers across the Tasman in favour of returning to the Northern Mystics.
In front of a stacked field but a sparse crowd, questions were raised about the application of New Zealand's top order batsmen on the third day of the second test against South Africa at Centurion.
Jonty Horwell (Kaikorai) has done it again, having won his third New Zealand junior title in Wellington at the weekend.
Michael Weastell has been appointed as a professional at the Golf Warehouse which is scheduled to open in the former Dick Smith building in Cumberland Street in mid-October.
Paralympians on their way to Rio de Janeiro for the Paralympics have showed some encouraging form, Dunedin's Anna Grimaldi setting a national record.
After a seven-year title drought, the Magic basketball team won the women's club title on Saturday with a 71-46 win over Ajax.
Forget about All Blacks tests and the Winter Games, the biggest sporting week of the year in New Zealand started yesterday.
Otago has brought two loose forwards into its team to take on Northland tomorrow night.
Palmerston motocross rider Courtney Duncan has won the final round of the women's world motocross championships.
He gets to wear a white coat most of the time but, over the weekend, Chris Gaffaney was given a black coat. Well, a black blazer to be more accurate, as recognition for his role as a test umpire.
This is probably going beyond the call of duty.
New Zealand Rugby boss Steve Tew has admitted the listening device found in the All Blacks team room at their Sydney hotel should have been handed to police earlier.