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Get Active The Smart Way For January's NZ Masters Games

Sunday, 4 January, 2009 - 08:00

4 January 2009 - Athletes wanting help to get into peak condition for upcoming 20th ACC New Zealand Masters Games should remember that free expert help is available online.

West Indies Beat NZ By Five Wickets

Saturday, 3 January, 2009 - 22:37

Christchurch, Jan 3 NZPA - The West Indies have won a rain-affected second one-day cricket international against New Zealand by five wickets at AMI Stadium here tonight.

Play To Resume In Second ODI After Rain Delay

Saturday, 3 January, 2009 - 17:57

Christchurch, Jan 3 NZPA - The second one-day cricket international between New Zealand and the West Indies has been reduced to a 28 overs-per-side contest at AMI Stadium here after a substantial rain delay.

New Zealand Hope To Assert Belated Dominance

Friday, 2 January, 2009 - 17:25

By Chris Barclay of NZPA

Christchurch, Jan 2 NZPA - After a series of false starts, New Zealand hope to finally assert some dominance at AMI Stadium here tomorrow where the one-day cricket series with the West Indies hopefully gets under way.

NZ Bowling Along Nicely, Says Moles

Thursday, 1 January, 2009 - 14:58

By Chris Barclay of NZPA

Christchurch, Jan 1 NZPA - New Zealand cricket coach Andy Moles saw enough between the raindrops to be satisfied his bowling attack can contain the West Indies batting threats as their one-day series seeks to get off the ground in Christchurch on Saturday.

West Indies On Backfoot As Rain Ruins Opener

Wednesday, 31 December, 2008 - 18:01

Queenstown, Dec 31 NZPA - An under strength West Indies side has survived one match without key batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul as a summer downpour forced the abandonment of the one-day cricket series opener against New Zealand at the Queenstown Events Centre here today.

Fine Weather To Greet ND Under 15 Players In Taupo

Wednesday, 31 December, 2008 - 15:23

31 December 2008 - A change of date of the ND Mapei Under 15 Cricket tournament last season (to early in the New Year) - should ensure that the 2009 tournament is again played in brilliant post Christmas weather.

Man Rescued After Fall

Tuesday, 30 December, 2008 - 16:45

30 December 2008 - A farmer was airlifted out of a gorge near Rangiwahia today.

The man had been staying with friends on a farm bordering the gorge while recovering after a recent trip to hospital.

Whaling Violations Ignored by the Government

Monday, 29 December, 2008 - 13:34

New Zealand is no longer backing international law. It has stepped down and allows international criminals to exploit it’s resources. This is the only answer, however drastic it sounds to the total lack of response to the Japanese whaling fleet within our waters hunting whales in an internationally protected sanctuary.

The whaling fleet is breaking international conservation law within the principles of the United Nations World Charter for Nature, yet no-one except a conservation charity have taken action. The Steve Irwin, the flagship for Sea Shepherd is confronting the fleet as it did last year and despite having been met with gun fire and other physical attacks in previous attempts to halt whaling, they persist. The brave crew of 40 have tackled the extreme weather conditions to halt the ships with a barrage of stinky substances and even a minor collision.

Gayle Force Innings Thwarts Aggrieved New Zealand

Tuesday, 23 December, 2008 - 21:49

By Chris Barclay of NZPA

Napier, Dec 23 NZPA - A masterful 197 by West Indies captain Chris Gayle and a controversial dismissal of New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum saw the second cricket test end in a draw at McLean Park here today.