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Gallagher Chiefs named to face Hurricanes at Sky Stadium this Sunday

The Sunday fixture will be the first clash between the two sides in this year’s DHL Super Rugby PacificLuke Jacobson returns from injuryPita Gus Sowakula, Anton Lienert-Brown and Emoni Narawa return to the starting line-up.

Crusaders named to take on the Highlanders

The Crusaders are preparing to welcome fans back to Orangetheory Stadium this Friday night, when they host the Highlanders in Round 7 of DHL Super Rugby Pacific.

Americas Cup loss - Council leadership at fault - Wayne Brown

"Millions of dollars have now been wasted by Auckland Council lack of commercial leadership and saavy." says Wayne Brown, Candidate for Auckland Mayor.

"The Americas Cup leaving Auckland for Barcelona is a prime example of the failing of management at Auckland Council.

Kanoa Lloyd 'defies expectations' with motorsport performance

The Project presenter Kanoa Lloyd has defied expectations by breaking a speed benchmark set by legendary 1950s race driver Sybil Lupp, as part of a series of driving challenges set by Jaguar.

America's Cup decision 'disappointing but not surprising' - Mayor Goff

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the decision not to hold the next America’s Cup in Auckland had been signalled for some time.

Entries open for 2023 Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand - IRONMAN Oceania

Entries are now open for the 2023 Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand, with the bucket-list race for triathletes taking place on 4 March 2023.

More opportunities in sport for disabled young people - Robertson

Sixteen national and regional organisations have been awarded funding to increase opportunities for young people with disabilities in sport and recreation.

End of the innings for CD Cricket CEO - CDCA

Central Districts Cricket is on the hunt for a new CEO, following the announcement today that Pete de Wet is stepping down in May to take up a new role leading Triathlon New Zealand.

Stoyanoff recalled for Central Stags

The Central Stags squad has expanded to 13 for their penultimate first-class Plunket Shield match of the season, and features a recall for Hawke's Bay seamer Ben Stoyanoff for the first time in almost two and half years.

Canterbury v Otago: Mitchell Hay set to make first class debut

Peter Fulton has named his 12 for Canterbury's second-to-last game of the season against Otago.