Hurricanes proving miserly

Centre Seta Tamanivalu was one of the tryscorers when the Chiefs beat the Hurricanes earlier this season.

Defence will be a key in Saturday's clash between the Hurricanes and Chiefs.

Canes stars and subs combine video

Hurricanes halfback TJ Perenara capped off a dominant performances against the Sharks with a try.

Hurricanes getting the personnel and tactical mix right.

Hutt, Dalefield suffer losses

Northern's Craig Turner scored the winning goal as his side beat Hutt on Saturday.

Two big upsets marked the Wellington men's hockey preliminary playoffs with both top teams going down to extra time golden goals.

Hodge wins Wellington cross-country

Wellington Scottish's Tim Hodge (centre) on his way to winning the Wellington cross-country championships from Nathan ...

Muddy and windy conditions at Grenada North Park meant Tim Hodge had to stay patient to defend his Wellington cross-country running title.

Harris earns Miramar win over Napier

Wellington Olympic goalkeeper Scott Basalaj fights to clear the ball in Olympic's 7-2 win against Palmerston North Marist.

Wins to Olympic and Miramar over the weekend has setup a blockbuster clash between the two sides next week.

Hunters title bid over

Fullback Michael Strickland crossed for three tries in Te Aroha's big win over University.

Defending champions Te Aroha ended University's playoff hopes with back to back wins.

No definitive word on Dane Coles

We're still little the wiser about Hurricanes captain Dane Coles, other than that he's suffered some kind of rib injury.

Hurricanes still in the dark about Dane Coles' fitness.

Cup semifinalists found

Maidstone Park had become a mudbath by the time Upper Hutt Rams prop Apa Heemi attempted to dive through the Tawa defence.

Jubilee Cup semifinalists found on a very soggy Saturday afternoon.

Canes do clinical job video

Hurricanes first five-eighth Beauden Barrett toes the ball ahead.

Hurricanes into Super Rugby semifinals with superb win over Sharks.

NZF keeps faith in Fifa

New Zealand Football chief executive Andy Martin has faith in Fifa.

New Zealand Football has "full confidence" in FIFA, to ensure the 2018 World Cup in Russia is free of drug cheats.

Editorial: Sky's Olympic rules rob public

Fairfax Media has decided not to send journalists to the Olympics.

OPINION: Restrictions on New Zealand journalists at the Olympics mocked the spirit of the Games.

Uhila ups the ante

The ball-carrying of prop Loni Uhila, centre, was a feature of the Hurricanes' win over the Crusaders last week.

Prop Loni Uhila hopes to lead the way for Hurricanes after outstanding effort against Crusaders.

Planning for Hutt sportsvilles

The future of Wainuiomata Sportsville, and where rugby fits in, should become clearer by early 2017.

Petone unlikely to get $15 million stadium.

Hurricanes have to front up

Playing in New Zealand doesn't perturb the Sharks.

The Hurricanes have a massive job to do on Saturday, as they take on the Sharks in Wellington.

Recap: Hurricanes v Sharks

James Marshall  kicks past Garth April.

The Hurricanes put on an impressive display to keep their title hopes alive.

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'We'll be the perfect neighbours'

Jenni Mason and Millie Watson.
Jenni Mason is the manager for First Five Childcare Centre, she is appealing to the ...

Jenni Mason has an interesting problem in the current housing crisis - she needs land, not a house.

Jackson going full speed ahead

George Jackson (centre) won three medals at the recent North Island Secondary Schools Cycling Championships.

The Rongotai College cyclist captured three medals at the recent North Island Secondary Schools Cycling Championships.

Vaigafa plays well for NZ under-16s

The New Zealand under-16 basketball team which competed at the Australian Under-16 State Championships last week. ...

The youngest member of the New Zealand under-16 basketball team averaged six points per game at an Australian tournament.

Rousey blazes trail for judoka

Judoka Qona Christie won the Oceania title in April and is off to Switzerland for an international training camp.

An international training camp in Switzerland is another step along the Olympic path for Qona Christie.

Wellington sign 'Kid Carlos'

Halfback Carlos Price is heading south to join Wellington after starring in the Auckland schools competition for St ...

St Kentigern halfback Carlos Price to join Wellington's top schoolboy talent at Hurricanes under-18 camp.

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