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  • New Ethical Cycle Clothing Range Will Change Face Of Cycling Fashion

    Leading New Zealand clothing company Untouched World believes the launch of its new Ethical Performance Cyclewear range will change the face of cycle clothing.

  • Pilot Flies To New Zealand Record

    Edouard Devenoges of the Tauranga Gliding Club has set a New Zealand speed record in the “World Class” gliding division.

  • Roulston Recovering Well

    Double Olympic medallist Hayden Roulston is recovering well from injuries sustained in the PowerNet Tour of Southland early last week.

    The defending champion was forced to pull out of the event after being involved in a crash during stage two of racing. 

  • Roulston Withdraws From PowerNet Tour Of Southland

    Following is an official statement from Hayden Roulston outlining his withdrawal from the PowerNet Tour of Southland.   

  • Hectors Dolphin As Kiwi As The Kiwi

    The Hector's dolphin is as Kiwi as the Kiwi and a Canterbury Cruise and Wildlife company says it is fantastic news to see Hector's dolphins named in a drive to promote wildlife tourism and conservation In New Zealand.

  • Christchurch To Go Quiet For One Minute On 14 October

    Christchurch going quiet for one minute on Wednesday the 14th of October in the hope of raising awareness about the dangers of hearing loss is the aim of organisers of the city’s first Hearing Awareness Day on October 14.

  • Airbag System Can Save Lives In Avalanches

    Heavy snow falls this winter has meant very dangerous back country conditions for skiers and snow boarders that have resulted in three deaths, but importers of an Avalanche Airbag System say the best survival technique in an avalanche is not to get buried in the first place.

  • Hall Dominates Adaptive Snow Sports Festival Championships

    Snow Sports New Zealand Athlete of the Year, Alpine Ski Racer Adam Hall, dominated the New Zealand Adaptive Snow Sports Festival held at Cardrona this week.

  • Cruise Company Going Extra Mile To Save Penguins

    Local Cruise company staff are putting themselves in deep water to help save dwindling numbers of the white flippered penguin in Canterbury.

  • Atomic Athletes Win Snow Sports Awards

    Disabled Slalom Skier Adam Hall of Wanaka was named Snow Sports New Zealand’s Athlete of the Year at the recent 2009 Annual Snow Sports Awards.