With work, study and training Bernard Gregorius has no time to set up big fundraising projects.
Past and present Stokes Valley bowlers will be putting the weekend of March 14 in their next-year diaries.
Wainui’s rugby club is celebrating its Old Timers Day this weekend, remembering past achievements.
Eighth time lucky charm needed to beat almost 70 riders to NZ jet skiing’s top spot
Jesse Ryder supporters flock to Facebook page to express sympathy after cricketer attacked.
Young Charlotte Browning’s talent could get her a spot in Rockz premier 1 team. She talks to NICOLE BAXTER.
Flyover opponents grateful for international support from England’s cricket supporters.
The Wellington City Council is building on success of all-weather turfs.
IN PICTURES: Black Caps efforts helped by rain in drawn Wellington test match.
Wellington boasts ‘the best little croquet club in the world’ tucked away in Newtown.
Wellington Firebirds and Central Stags play their Plunket Shield match at Karori Park.
STRIKEFORCE brings together workers from New Zealand on the indoor soccer pitch for fitness fun.
Heritage firearms enthusiasts can be very competitive. SOPHIE JACKMAN attended a recent shoot.
A race held in Otaki showed the enjoyment and friendly competition of cyclists around NZ.
High school waka ama students had a great day at the recent championships in Petone. EMILY LIPSYS reports on a fast-growing sport.
‘Thanks @BarackObama for letting me run the court with you’, tweets basketballer Scottie Pippen.
Obama links sports and politics, while Romney wants rid of drugs cheats.
Historic sporting trends show losing teams lead to losing incumbents.
But television show’s slogan may still take sporty voters away from Obama.
Previous national champs take the prize for top NZ tree climbers.
Journey from social team to top Porirua club takes just a decade.
Athletes seek new training venues while track is resurfaced.
Former coach: Musa has ‘big opportunity’ at Fulham.
Rugby pressure forces idea of seven-a-side games in capital.
Eight players from Wairarapa in Capital national league sides.
Brockie, Totori, Boxall, Moss play part in 4-0 defeat of Lower Hutt.
But outweighed by ground availability in wet weather.
Recent attacks, survey show many feel unsafe.
Last year’s runnersup take first roller derby grand final.
Smash Malice and Comic Slams meet in Saturday’s final.
Chief’s coach took Frae Wilson to 2009 under-20 world champs.
HOBM yet to win Swindale Shield and Jubilee Cup in same year.
Broken leg won’t keep Max Gordy away from his “safe” sport.
Notorious burger comes to aid of Otago Rugby Union.
Lower Hutt’s Scott Basalaj revises hopes for Rangers.
Futsal fans will see country’s best in action this weekend.
Fast-paced version of the game wins cricketers back.
Victoria University’s fencing club to hold own competition.
Earthquake made pre-Xmas fright more than real.
Swords club will take over Wellington Bowling Club site.
Island supporters celebrate historic victory against France
The sense of French rugby betrayal was lost in a pool of alcohol. RODNEY BROWN takes, and gives, some French stick.
Four universities chased Tayler with scholarship offers.
And he wants his own country to host tournament one day.
Wellingtonians say it is an important part of New Zealand and Maori culture and something to be celebrated.
Wild weather, dour Scots can’t dampen Argie spirits.
Hundreds turn out at airport to see their heroes..
NewsWire’s ANNA WILLIAMS finds out that our national game is worth checking out, even for the ambivalent rugby watcher.
Contest winners on a great New Zealand crusade.
US Ambassador cheers for three different RWC teams.
Media reports focus on how the Aussies will respond against USA.
NewsWire had reporters, photographers and video-journalists on the streets to record what happened during the latest Rugby World Cup action..
Ardie will in schools test match against Australia.
A Facebook inspired Manu Samoan flash mob haka may involve more than 700 participants taking over part of Wellington’s top retail street at lunchtime tomorrow.
Organisers are hoping to get at least 50 people performing two hours before Samoa plays Namibia. JOSH HYDE reports
Wellington streets splashed with colour, passion, rain for game one.
Wind damage not enough to put off hardy rugby followers.
Hotel fires up braii to feed Bok supporters and educate locals.
Welsh rugby supporters back their boys to beat Boks on Sunday.
Pony club attracts attention at St Teresa’s sports expo
Five Kiwis to represent South Pacific at Japan event.
Attracting and keeping the right footballers seen as key.
New Zealand hosting of 2008 world event the catalyst.
Hopes to use funding to set up manuals and packs.
Return of lost cup helps unravel club’s history.
Public gets first look inside new centre this Saturday.
City athlete comes disappointing fourth in national race.
Tim Hodge has been training 150km a week to prepare.
Underwater hockey team raises funds for trip to Rotorua.
But John Morrison satisfied with the eventual outcome.
Past, present students chase Commonwealth honours
Roadshow: there’s more to see than the rugby.
Pair fundraising to get to world rowing contest.
A men’s league has been banned after a player urinated on Wakefield Park’s artificial grass, reports RODNEY BROWN.
The fate of a football player who urinated on Wakefield Park’s pitch won’t be known until later this week, reports RODNEY BROWN.
The Wellington football player accused of urinating on a new artificial pitch at Wakefield Park is likely to have his fate decided later today, reports RODNEY BROWN.
Derby girls will swap usual costumes for black singlets.
Pair of All Blacks only bright spot after long line of losses
Pauatahanui roller skater represents NZ for first time.
Age no motorsport barrier to racing at Brooklyn Slipway
NewsWire’s team was at the Basin Reserve quake charity cricket match to see what happened when Warne bowled to Key.