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Paralympian Paula Tesoriero announced as Chef de Mission

Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) is delighted to announce the appointment of Paralympian Paula Tesoriero MNZM as Chef de Mission to lead the New Zealand Paralympic Team at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

Four Test debutants for Kiwis

Four debutants including starting centre Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad have today been confirmed to line up for the New Zealand Kiwis in Friday night’s Oceania Cup Test against the Kangaroos at WIN Stadium in Wollongong.

Auckland Aces put champions on back foot

While fire raged at SKY CITY's Convention Centre just 15 minutes away, the Auckland Aces were - obliviously - putting the heat on at Eden Park Outer Oval on day two of the Plunket Shield 2019/20 championship.

New Zealand ATV Championships this weekend

The revving engines will reach fever pitch at The Hack Track near Eltham this coming Labour Weekend as the nation's elite All Terrain Vehicle bike racers head into battle.

Free kids' memberships for 2020 Investec Super Rugby season

The Chiefs Rugby Club will be offering free kids’ memberships with every adult membership purchased in select zones for the 2020 Investec Super Rugby Season. Memberships include access to 7 Gallagher Chiefs home games at FMG Stadium Waikato in Hamilton.

Women's Basketball continues to rise with SKY Sports coverage

The partnership between SKY Sports and basketball continues to flourish with news the nation’s top women’s competition will have one game each week televised in season 2020.

U-16 squad packed with potential

Coach Leon Birnie has named the players he hopes will take New Zealand to the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup and there is no shortage of potential among the 18-strong squad.

Photos, Shark and the Cox Plate, and Johnson sidelined

Verry Elleegant (left) and Te Akau Shark will contest the Gr.1 Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

Photo: Darryl Sherer

Te Akau Shark (outside) finishing runner-up to Kolding in the Gr.1 Epsom Handicap (1600m).


Rugby World Cup fever on slow burn - University of Auckland survey

As the All Blacks prepare for the Rugby World Cup semi-final against England on Saturday, Kiwis have a range of views on how much it matters and how the country will react if they lose.

McCarroll maintaining good strike rate

Ross McCarroll may have retired his two most proven gallopers, but he showed at Rotorua last Saturday he has another round of ammunition to ensure he maintains a good strike-rate.