Fairfax reporter Simon Plumb visited gold medal winning shot putter Valerie Adams at her training base in Switzerland to talk about her rollercoaster Olympic Games.
The Olympic rowing team express their opinions on Val Adams' Olympic medal.
The second group of Olympians arrive back in New Zealand.
The first group of New Zealand Olympians arrive home.
Valerie Adams' family send her a message.
New Zealand Olympic team chef de mission Dave Currie announces gold for Valerie Adams after Nadzeya Ostapchuk was disqualified for a positive drugs test.
For one of their last acts of these Olympic games the New Zealand medallists gathered together for photos and final interviews.
Members of the Fairfax team covering the London Olympics recount some memorable Kiwi moments at what have been a great games for New Zealand.
Elated fans watch Jamaica win Olympic gold and set a new world record in the men's 4x100 relay on screens across London. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
With coolness and style Lisa Carrington delivered New Zealand it's fifth gold medal at the London Olympics in the women's 200m canoe sprint at Eton Dorney.
The 70,000-strong army of cheerful volunteers are credited with playing a huge role in making the London Olympics a success.
Sarah Walker overcame inner fears to win the silver medal in the women's BMX final at the London Olympics.
The calm before the medal storm? Well we hope so. Fairfax reporter Marc Hinton leads a round-up of the kiwi action on day 13 at the London Olympics.
New Zealand bronze medallist and track cycle sprinter Simon van Velthooven tries out the New Zealand-invented Yike Bike.
The women's Black Sticks played a memorable semifinal match against the Netherlands and Marc Hinton talks with former Black Cap Ian O'Brien's about his possible plans for competing at the Rio Olympics in archery.
Winning an Olympic medal hasn't quite sunk in for track cycling sprinter Simon van Velthooven but he is happy with his bronze and he's invited everyone to his place for a party.
On day of controversy Marc Hinton wraps up the action on day eleven at the London Olympics.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee answer question about an administrative bungle which put Valerie Adams under pressure on the day she attempted to defend her Olympic title.
New Zealand shot putter Valerie Adams took silver at London but lost her Olympic title. It was a hard pill to swallow and made harder by an administrative oversight that caused her stress on competition day. She talks with Fairfax Media reporter Simon Plumb.
Reporter Marc Hinton wraps up the action at the London Olympics on the night Val Adams defends her Olympic title.
BMX riders Sarah Walker and Marc Willers are feeling fit and ready to start racing on Wednesday.
They are New Zealand's latest sporting superstars and they were mobbed by crowds of keen fans at Kiwi House in London. They even had a former All Black queuing to say congratulations.
New Zealand triathletes Kris Gemmell and Ryan Sissons feel in good shape for their Olympic race in Hyde Park.
Olympic champion Usain Bolt prepares to defend his title in the 100-metre sprint as fans gather around London in anticipation of the race. Lindsey Parietti reports.
The world's most decorated Olympian Michael Phelps tells Reuters he could not have "asked for maything else" as he wraps up Olympic career.
Rowing mania continues as the Daily Wrap comes from Kiwi House in Kings Cross where they were mixing with fans and fellow countrymen.
After all the success at London 2012, what does the future hold for New Zealand rowing? High performance manager Alan Cotter and rowing legend and double Olympic medalist Dudley Storey share their perspectives.
Double lightweight scullers Storm Uru and Peter Taylor capped off a great London games for New Zealand's rowing team by winning bronze.
The two Uru lads Storm and Jade have made a big impact at the London Olympics and to support them are proud parents Robbie and Bill.
Single sculler Mahe Drysdale completed a golden day for New Zealand winning his finals race at the London Olympics.
New Zealand 1500m runner Nick Willis is revitalised and looking forward to competing at the London Olympics.
Hamish Bond and Eric Murray are touted as the unbeatable combination in the rowing men's pairs. It is a fair assessment of their capabilities as they win gold in London.
It's now or never for Triathlete Andrea Hewitt to win an Olympic medal.
Well, what a day. Gold for Cohen and Sullivan and the anticipation of more to come from the picturesque waters of Eton Dorney.
Nathan Cohen and Joseph Sullivan rowed the race of their life to win gold at the London Olympics - the first for New Zealand at the 2012 games.
Rowing women's pair Rebecca Scown and Juliette Haigh delivered New Zealand their second medal of the London Olympics.
Fairfax reporter Marc Hinton wraps up day five at the London Olympics.
Marc Hinton wraps up day four at the London Olympics the day the equestrians claimed New Zealand's first medal.
The New Zealand Equestrian team has scored a bronze, the first Kiwi medal at the London Olympics.
The New Zealand track cyclists are focussed on winning medals and believe it will take near world record times to do it.
In fine Kiwi form New Zealand's track cyclists rubbish the 'hot pants' unveiled by their British and Australian counterparts.
Star New Zealand equestrians Mark Todd and Andrew Nicholson talk about their performances in the cross-country in the Olympic three day eventing.
The London Organising Committee has put thousands more tickets back on sale after media and spectators complain about seeing empty seats at popular events in the first two days of the Olympics.
Fairfax reporter Marc Hinton leds a round-up of the action on day two at the London Olympics.
Kiwi slalom kayaker Mike Dawson was on fire in qualifying for the semi-finals of the slalom canoe at the London Olympics.
New Zealand individual dressage competitor Louisa Hill overcame many obstacles just to get to London.
Equestrians Mark Todd and Caroline Powell did have contrasting days but both remain upbeat about the New Zealand team's chances.
New Zealand equestrian Andrew Nicholson is scathing of organisers for imposing a controversial weather delay that has cost him a shot at an individual Olympic medal.
Fairfax reporter in London, Marc Hinton, leads us through a wrap of events at day two of the Olympics.