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Silver Ferns power past Jamaica in Birmingham

The Silver Ferns recorded a second straight win on the back of a comprehensive 71-45 result over Jamaica in the Vitality Netball Nations Cup in Birmingham on Thursday.

Women's sheep shearing record

The four stand women’s 9 hour strong wool lamb attempt is on today at Waihi-Pukawa Station, SHW 41, Omori, Turangi N.Z.

Sevens in Wonderland as captains gather for HSBC NZ Sevens

Leaders of 28 international sevens teams have gathered in one of Hamilton’s most iconic and unusual attractions for the annual HSBC New Zealand Sevens captains’ photo on Wednesday.

Emirates Team New Zealand reveal new boat, Te Kahu

Emirates Team New Zealand revealed their new custom designed and built test boat Te Kāhu today in Auckland.

Te Kāhu meaning ‘The Hawk’ was rolled out of the shed on Wednesday and was christened by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.

Quality offering from Pencarrow Stud

Situated in the lush countryside of the Waikato region, Pencarrow Stud was established by international businessman Sir Peter Vela.

Taroni set for Karaka Million

Showcasing filly Taroni will be vying to make it back-to-back wins in the Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) at Ellerslie on Saturday for Brendan and Jo Lindsay.

Game on at Teretonga as racing in Toyota 86 intensifies

It’s definitely game on this weekend for the drivers competing for honours in this season’s Best Bars Toyota 86 Championship, after the field of Kiwi and Aussie drivers produced some of the best racing the category has ever seen last weekend at Highlands Motorsport Park.

New Zealand swansong for Harlech

Talented three-year-old Harlech will likely have his last start in New Zealand this season when he lines-up in the Karaka Million 3YO Classic (1600m) at Ellerslie on Saturday.

Big day out for women's shearing record hopefuls

Four ambitious female shearers have entered the last stages of their preparation for a unique bid to get their names into the World record books on a sheep station in the central North Island tomorrow.

Freeride World Tour riders sign exclusive agreement to wear only Mons Royale

Mons Royale, New Zealand based designers of merino apparel from the mountains for the mountains, will be outfitting two of the top Freeride World Tour athletes this year.