Recommended NZ | Guide to Money | Gimme: Competitions - Giveaways

Sport

Spring Carnival up in the air for NZ trainers

Multiple Group One winner The Bostonian is set to head to Sydney next month, but whether he will race under trainer Tony Pike’s name is still up in the air.

Jumping features instore for Nelson pair

Hastings trainer Paul Nelson is looking forward to lining up two of his top jumpers at his home meeting on Wednesday.

Unexpected return north brings flood of success

After more than 27 years off the racing scene, Diana Kennedy has bounced back with an impressive winning streak over the last three weekends, but she never imagined she would be doing it from Cambridge.

'New Zealand's first Foosball club launched in Dunedin'

Foosball Dunedin has launched as New Zealand’s first foosball club, with its organisers setting lofty goals to have New Zealand competing in foosball at the Olympics.

'Sky Sport Tall Ferns bring in 11 rookies and target 2022 World Cup'

The Sky Sport Tall Ferns longlist of 24 have assembled in camp and will be preparing over the following week ahead of a showcase game featuring 13 capped players and 11 uncapped rookies.

Reigning NZ champion to compete at Catlins

New Zealand Rally Champion, Ben Hunt of Auckland, will take to the roads of the Catlins when the twentieth anniversary Catlins Coast Rally takes place on Saturday 8 August.

Northern Mystics defeat Magic 45 -39 in Auckland

Slowly but surely, the Northern Mystics overcame a spirited challenge from the Splice Construction Magic to secure a 45-39 victory and reclaim second spot on the ANZ Premiership ladder.

Popular coach calls time with the Pulse

After guiding Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse through its most successful era, popular coach Yvette McCausland-Durie will step down at the end of the current ANZ Premiership netball league.

Taurua, Forsyth celebrate investiture at Government House - Netball NZ

Silver Ferns head coach Dame Noeline Taurua and former Silver Fern Margaret Forsyth celebrated their investitures in front of families and friends, honouring their services to netball.

Kozzi, Kozzi, Kozzi - Oi, Oi, Oi

Kozzi Asano may not have been a household name in racing circles at the beginning of the season, but the talented apprentice jockey made sure he was by the end.