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Grieving husband's anger

Ross Neal, of the Racing Integrity Unit, at a hearing into charges against jockey David Walker.

Woman's motel room death prompts call for senior racing industry investigator's resignation.

​Olympic hockey fundraising dinner gallery

Brya Page, Sue Shepherd and Mark Neal show off a ticket for the Rio Olympic fundraising event. Neal's company ...

Hockey Northland is backing its young stars who have been selected in 2016 Olympic hockey squads.

Sacred Heart College First XV prove dangerous

Sacred Heart's Terry Pongi breaks out of a tackle from Onehunga High.

 The Glendowie school are set to make an appearance at Eden Park tomorrow ahead of the Blues game.

Partial blindness not enough to stop coach

John Cocker will aim to lead College Rifles to their first Gallaher Shield title since 1964.

Despite permanent damage in his right eye, John Cocker is still pursuing a career in rugby.

New Zealand champions of five-a-side football

AIA New Zealand at White Hart Lane: Ethan Galbraith, Jack Salter, Ryan Howlett, Harrison Bolton-Roberts, Thomas Boss, ...

A group of Kiwi footballers have returned from Tottenham Hotspur FC world champions

Waitakere City on the rise

Jake Butler runs it up as Waitakere City down Papakura 2-1 in their first competition game this season.

​Waitakere City FC is now at the top of division one with Hibiscus Coast punished for fielding an ineligible player.

Bears to battle a beefed-up Pt Chev

Mangere's Johnathan Pakieto tries to stop Glenora's Mose Esera.

The Glenora Bears are hoping for a big home crowd to help counter a stacked Pt Chev Pirates side this Saturday.

NZ derbies set to boost Super Rugby video

Appearances are deceiving: At first glance it looks like the Crusaders were playing on Loftus Versfeld but it is ...

The 13th round action did not impact significantly the New Zealand conference.

Magic notch second win video

Jo Harten shot 30 from 34 as the Waikato-BOP Magic beat the Northern Mystics on Saturday in Hamilton.

Physical encounter in Hamilton finishes 49-45 to the home side.

Judge blasts Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong was criticised for not providing adequate responses to the federal government.

Lance Armstrong attacked over "continued failure to comply" in legal stoush.

Boxer turning lives around

David Letele - aka The Brown Buttabean - turns on the trash-talking factor when he's in character.

He gets knocked down, but this trash-talking boxer always gets up again.

Marist looking to contend for Gallaher Shield

Marist's Molimea Fonua puts out a fend.

A local east Auckland derby on the weekend has seen Marist dominate Mt Wellington, and with it push their title credentials.

Diocesan golfer bound for world stage

Golfer Consuela Guo, 11, will head to tournaments in the United States in June.

Year 6 student Consuela Guo is aiming to prove herself on the international golfing stage.

Mud, methanol, broken bones video

Legendary rider Pete "Fearless" Adams.

Behind the scenes with the sidecar madmen of speedway.

Rouse looks to Commonwealth Games

Emma Rouse with her Oceania silver.

Emma Rouse is 50 per cent deaf and losing her eyesight but she came "damn close" to taking Gold at the Oceania Judo Championships and is now eyeing up the Commonwealth Games.

Josh makes most of switch from football to rugby

Josh Van Lieshout mingles with fans after the 2016 Singapore Sevens Plate Final between New Zealand and Samoa.

Josh Van Lieshout had a less-than-honest start to rugby.

Pracey rows with good technique

Carl Pracey, 18, of West End Rowing Club, Avondale, Auckland.

Five years of early morning starts and hard rowing is paying off for Carl Pracey.

Look who's running the water

Pt Chev had former Warrior and Kiwi Kevin Locke running the water on for them over the weekend.

Former Warrior and Kiwis player Kevin Locke is back in Auckland after seeing his love for the game tested in England.

Portugal bound for Muriwai surfer Britt Kindred

It's third time lucky after hard work by Muriwai surfer Britt Kindred in making it into the New Zealand junior surfing team.

Riding waves in Portugal with top junior surfers

Women flocking to the Roosters

Te Atatu's Charmaine McMenamin has a go.

Women's rugby league is undergoing a revival at Te Atatu.

Soliola could miss Warriors match

Iosia Soliola of the Raiders is in doubt for the Warriors game in New Plymouth due to family commitments.

Former Kiwi Sia Soliola may miss the Canberra Raiders' trip to New Plymouth with a new baby due.

Southerners set Super standard video

Waisake Naholo at the double: The Highlanders wing, seen here evading the tackle of marker Jone Macilai, notched another ...

Highlanders, Crusaders set the standard with Super Rugby stunner.

Mannering expected back

An injured Simon Mannering during the NRL match between the Storm and Warriors in Melbourne.

The Warriors will welcome Simon Mannering back next week, but they're not so sure about Manu Vatuvei.

Suspended pair 'owe' Warriors video

Warriors head coach Andrew McFadden at Christchurch Airport on Friday.

Ben Matulino and Bodene Thompson are on notice to perform for "galvanised'' NRL team.

Pool in the park

Jared Rawlings and Jimmy Henry, right, hit some balls in Parrs Park.

Pool is a game normally tucked away inside so Jimmy Henry is bringing it to the people.

NZ's trailblazing trampolinist

New Zealand trampoline star Dylan Schmidt has his sport flying high with a historic Olympics debut looming.

You can't be afraid to crash if you want to make it big on the bounce.

Panthers expect response

Tuimoala Lolohea has recovered from injury to return to fullback for the New Zealand Warriors NRL 'away game' with the ...

Matt Moylan rates rival fullback Tuimoala Lolohea as a serious threat on his return from injury.

Star tennis player off to Miami

Jordan Petrie will head to Miami in August to kick off a potential career in tennis.

Jordan Petrie is moving across the globe to pursue his dreams of playing tennis.

Kiwi trio leaps into history books

New Zealand gymnast Misha Koudinov, who will compete at the Rio Olympic Games.

New Zealand gymnastics makes Olympic milestone after naming its largest contingent for a Games since since Tokyo 1964.

Waitakere stacks Tall Ferns

Tall Fern Chevannah Paalvast, 24, with Massey High School premier netballer Sylvia Wieczorek, 16.

Chevannah Paalvast is celebrating making the Tall Ferns again and come August is hoping to be playing in Rio.

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