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Double Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka believes Auckland is the perfect place to kick off her 2018 season after a interrupted 2017 campaign. [Read More]
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Two time Australian Open champ will kick off her return to the sport in New Zealand... [Read More]
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OPINION: Mark down November 18, 2017 as the darkest day in the history of rugby league in New Zealand. [Read More]
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Mark down November 18, 2017 as the darkest day in the history of rugby league in New Zealand. [Read More]
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Edgar Sosa has decided not to head to the Dominican Republic next week, but to remain in NZ... [Read More]
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Michael Venus is starting to dream big after reaching the business end of the ATP Finals. [Read More]
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The battle to buy the New Zealand Warriors is back on. [Read More]
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Baseball New Zealand is searching for a venue in Auckland where a stadium can be built to house a professional team. [Read More]
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The battle to buy the Warriors is back on. [Read More]
Michael Venus and Ryan Harrison have qualified for the semifinals of the ATP Finals, winning their second match on Wednesday (NZ time). [Read More]
If there was any doubt about what a special year it's been for Michael Venus, that should end when he takes the court in front... [Read More]
One of the biggest players on the New Zealand sporting landscape is having a rethink about what events to bring to this country. ... [Read More]
Kiwis coach David Kidwell has labelled the team's 28-22 loss to Tonga a 'blessing in disguise.'... [Read More]
The Kiwis have been stunned 28-22 by Tonga in Hamilton, leaving their World Cup aspirations in tatters. [Read More]
OPINION: To steal a phrase from the country he now calls home, 'Jason Taumalolo, where the bloody hell are you?'... [Read More]
Two more of the top men's tennis prospects have been confirmed for January's ASB Classic, with Russian Karen Khachanov and South Korean Chung Hyeon signed up. [Read More]
Scott McLaughlin says it will be all on at the final round of the Supercars season, despite Jamie Whincup going into it with a 30-point... [Read More]
Jamie Whincup became the Pukekohe party pooper on Sunday, much to the disappointment of the large crowd wanting a Kiwi win. [Read More]
The domination continues, there will be four full-time Kiwi drivers in Supercars next season. [Read More]
The two drivers fighting for the 2017 Supercars title will start Sunday's race at the Auckland SuperSprint on the front row. [Read More]
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