By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
They work together, they ride together and now they're champions together.
The two doubles combinations featuring Kiwis in the big Miami Masters tennis tournament in Florida have suffered first round losses against tough opponents today.
Family First NZ is welcoming NZ First’s pledge to repeal the anti-smacking law, and will be clarifying with the party as to whether it is a non-negotiable bottom line for any coalition agreement after the election.
The Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel celebrated a new era in New Zealand Netball by posting a 75-57 win over the Northern Stars in the opening match of the ANZ Premiership in Hamilton on Sunday.
The extent to which social media is affecting traditional communication channels has been revealed, with almost half of UK consumers stating that their use of platforms such as Facebook has adversely affected their use of email services, according to Ovum.
Bartercard New Zealand is backing Central Pulse Netball for the forthcoming season, which starts on 26 March.
It will be a double-header treat for baseball fans when SKY screens LIVE coverage of two crucial New Zealand matches at the Oceania 18U Baseball Championships later this month.
For Samantha Lenik’s potential life-changing Petition to make it to Parliament, Samantha needs an MP to personally present the Petition to the House of Representatives.
The Labour Party remains resolute that Auckland’s parks and playgrounds are not to be carved up for housing development and that Auckland’s public reserves remain public reserves, says Labour's Maori Development spokesperson Kelvin Davis.
“Hogan hits his approach to 10 feet. Doc watches Hogan get over the ball, and he's putting conventionally--no split-hand grip. He three-putts from 10 feet. He comes off 18 and Doc says, "What the hell are you doing?
The body of a woman has been recovered from a car that left the road and went into water off Main Road, Clifton yesterday.
The body was located within half an hour of the Police Dive Squad entering the water this morning.
Trade Minister Todd McClay - not ruling out a conversation around Chinese workers coming to New Zealand to work on infrastructure projects as part of trade talks.
New Zealand’s disturbing levels of inequality will only deepen unless all candidates contesting this year’s election commit to a tax system that treats income and wealth fairly, Peter Malcom of the income equality group Closing the Gap said today.
Over the past seven days [18-24 March], Auckland used an average of 404 million litres of water per day - within reaching distance of the water consumption target set by Watercare in the wake of the Tasman Tempest.
New Zealand’s young swimming talent is in a healthy state according to former Commonwealth Games and World Championship medallist, Gary Hurring.
Forget rolling in the deep, Lotto players from Auckland and Waikato will be rolling in cash after each winning $500,000 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The winning Lotto tickets were sold at Fresh For Less in Auckland and on MyLotto to a player from Waikato.
David Elliott has been selected as National’s 2017 General Election candidate for Napier.
Auckland City have booked their place in the Stirling Sports Premiership Final after they defeated Hawke’s Bay United 1-0 at Kiwitea St in Auckland this afternoon.
State Highway 2 has now reopened following a serious crash south of Hastings earlier this afternoon involving three vehicles.
A restricted speed limit is in place while some oil is cleaned up off the road.