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World Cup

Forget The Trophies, All Blacks Have Plenty On Their Plate

By Daniel Gilhooly of NZPA

Wellington, Sept 18 NZPA - There's no silverware to be seen, yet somehow everything surrounding the 135th trans-Tasman rugby test here tomorrow carries a souped-up intensity.

Kearney Confirms Four Nations Train-On Squad Trimmed To 38

Kearney Confirms Four Nations Train-On Squad Trimmed To 38

Coach Stephen Kearney says the world champion Kiwis will have a potent team at the inaugural Four Nations tournament in England and France next month despite confirmation today that eight contenders have been ruled out.

Troubled Prop Hoping To Court Success

By Daniel Gilhooly of NZPA

Wellington, Sept 17 NZPA - Bull in a china shop or Neemia Tialata on a badminton court?

If You Haven't Got Your Ticket Already - Don't Miss Out!

If You Haven't Got Your Ticket Already - Don't Miss Out!

In recognition of the additional cost in travel & accommodation that South Island exporters incur to attend this conference, Export New Zealand Canterbury has secured a 50% discount off the ticket price.

Is The World Cup Of Motorsport On Its Deathbed?

Is The World Cup Of Motorsport On Its Deathbed?

In just over a months time the A1GP season, the self proclaimed World Cup of Motorsport, is set to roar into its fifth season on the iconic street circuit of Surfers Paradise. But rumours are increasing that it won’t make it. 

Late Blooming Test Enters Record Books

Late Blooming Test Enters Record Books

By Daniel Gilhooly of NZPA

Wellington, Sept 17 NZPA - Organisers have found the perfect way to side-step atrocious conditions that have marred recent rugby tests in Wellington -- schedule the latest home match on New Zealand soil in 47 years.

Champions Trophy Cricket Preview: South Africa Favourites But India Will Win It

Champions Trophy Cricket Preview: South Africa Favourites But India Will Win It

Since its beginning in 1998 the Champions Trophy has long been the poor cousin to the World Cup.

Making Waves Around The World

Wellington Institute of Technology student John Gatfield, is a young swimmer making waves in the world of competitive swimming. John was part of a team of swimmers who travelled to the World Champs to compete in the World Surf Lifesaving Championships in Taiwan.

When The Party's Over. Opening The Red Gates Design Proposal.

Responding to the sexual, physical and emotional effects, on women and children, of a huge party like the Rugby World Cup, is the focus of the Homeworks Trust proposal for the Opening the Red Gates design competition for the Queens Wharf.

More New Zealanders Playing Rugby

More New Zealanders Playing Rugby

Community rugby is alive and thriving with a total 145,472 players signing up to play rugby in New Zealand - a four per cent increase on last year's total.