A "massive" effort by GD Jones has helped defending champions Blockhouse Bay into the Caro Bowl final again.
Pasifika community remembers their 'greatest son'.
Auckland's mayor and Tana Umaga join Jonah Lomu's family in remembering "a great man with a big heart".
The head coach and technical director of Waitakere United have stepped down.
Despite their consistent success on the pitch Auckland United's softballers still don't have a place to call home.
He swapped a career as a rising golf star to instead chase dreams in Auckland's hot property market.
Wellington hosting a 'seven days of sevens' festival on the waterfront and civic square.
The former Australian batsman doesn't want to see matches fizzle out to a draw.
The idea of building a pump track in Grey Lynn is moving forward with support from the Waitemata Local Board, but still needs more funding.
Jockey says a teen who wandered onto an Auckland racecourse was seconds away from being killed.
Gymnast Ariana Salaivao has cleaned up in Australia in her first international competition.
A teen gave himself the fright of his life walking in front of horses in a race to fetch a wayward cricket ball.
The 2015 Northland Sports Awards finalists have been announced, with 28 sports codes nominating 127 finalists.
The perfect competition has always been at home for the University cricket twins.
The Auckland school Lomu says "saved his life" comes together to remember the rugby great.
The sale of a host farm heralds the end of an era for a rural Kaipara golf club.
Dargaville sports complex one step closer to reality.
Powerlifting was all about rehabilitation for Carolina Dillen. Now she's off to compete at the Powerlifting Commonwealth Championships in Vancouver.
Young runner Quinn Gardiner-Hall has been on a mission, trying to get kids off the couch and into the outdoors.
He is at least 20 years older than most of the fit youngsters competing in the Caro Bowl.
A sailor for the Royal Akarana Yacht Club has returned from the Etchells Worlds in Hong Kong.
Auckland and Northern are looking the two teams to beat in the ASB Women's League as Auckland lose their first match.
Byerley Park apprentice Lee Magorrian scored his first black type win over the weekend when Barbaric won the listed Legacy Lodge Sprint at Te Rapa.
A Black Fern and former Kaihu Valley Rugby Club player has been named Kaipara's Supreme Sportsperson of the Year.
An international water sports competition hosted in New Zealand has received government backing.
Both Westlake and Mt Albert Grammar found batting difficult on a green wicket which the hosts took the spoils.
Jacksyn Hunt's parents could not believe their luck when the 3-year-old got a personal audience with Richie McCaw.
Competing horses is an expensive sport, and the better riders get, the more money they require.
Just one year into training Cristyn Jones has a national judo title.