Qantas will pull about $20 million of sponsorships from Australian sports, including the national rugby team the Wallabies.
Fulfilling a lifelong dream takes some getting used to. Just ask Crusaders flanker Cullen Grace who is one of seven new All Blacks settling into their first national camp.
Which Crusaders and All Blacks star may have slipped the news that 'Baby B' may have finally arrived?
Christchurch's Ben Keys took out the Poor Knights Crossing race on his surf ski in perfect conditions at the weekend.
The return of international rugby in New Zealand took a step closer today with the All Blacks squad assembling for a training camp as the government relaxed Covid-19 restrictions.
A bulked-up Bryson DeChambeau has bashed his way to a six-shot US Open victory, silencing any lingering questions as to whether his brawny game could translate to the major stage.
The Christchurch, Otago and wider New Zealand motorcycling community is mourning the tragic loss at the weekend of one of its champions.
The Otago Spirit were completely played off the park by Canterbury in their Farah Palmer Cup match in Christchurch on Saturday.
Canterbury will understandably maximise the use of their soon-to-be departing All Blacks contingent when they face their first genuine Ranfurly Shield defence of the season on Saturday.
On Saturday an 80-year-old cyclist nicknamed the 'antique roadie' will ride from Christchurch to Akaroa to raise money for research into spinal injury treatments.
Sport played a pivotal position as a diversion, a reminder of normality, during a winter ravaged by Covid-19.
One of Canterbury's top golf courses has sold under the hammer for $6.6 million following the death of its former owner from Covid-19.
As a mother of five, Hana Kakoi is accustomed to laying down the law - but she found it more difficult to keep adults in line or out of the Linwood Keas’ home ground.
A book documenting the golden era of Christchurch United will be released to coincide with the football club’s 50th anniversary festivities next month.
Manasa Mataele is relishing taking on a leadership role in his debut season for Canterbury after his latest injury setback proved a learning experience.