Standout wins for power stable put pacing duo at top of Auckland Cup market.
Four titles in five years - Christchurch Boys' High School are national secondary schools cricket champions again.
The Blackjacks will get a shot at three gold medals at World Bowls.
Three Canterbury players, including 18-year-old Jessie Anderson, are on track to debut for the Black Sticks next week.
Scott Robertson won titles with the Crusaders as a player, now he's aiming to repeat the success as a coach.
Kings vow to cut down extras.
Time for a double round - Longo.
Lennytheshark scratched from Inter Dominion Final but still tough for Kiwis.
New Zealand is guaranteed to add three more medals to their world bowls championship's medal haul.
Top harness racing partnership faces temporary split.
Bulls prop Chris Bamford is heading back to Australia with his family.
Former Black Caps bowler Shane Bond gets the call up, Mike Satterthwaite gets a reprieve.
Kiwi Olympic shot put hero to reveal his hidden talent on Sunday, against the Crusaders.
Christchurch Boys' High School are on the brink of winning another national secondary schools title after rain washed out the fourth round of the First XI Cup.
Ex-NZ skipper gives new team-mates a "licence to thrill" as he takes charge in a T20 club game in Australia.
Tough day for NZ women's triple.
Racing to go ahead at Waterlea despite likelihood route between Christchurch and Blenheim will still be closed.
It wasn't pretty, but Christchurch Boys' is still unbeaten and on track to win the First XI Cup for the fourth time in five years.
OPINION: Crunch game for Canterbury United looms against league leaders.
Phil Nati will be one of six Canterbury products playing in the Queensland Cup next year.
Quake damaged roads change plans but Bloodstream on track for two mile test at Trentham.
All international cricket fixtures in NZ will be "actively monitored" for illegal betting activity.
Cashmere made a long awaited return to the national secondary school Girls' cricket champs.
Mountain biker Zoe Nathan was stretching on the floor when her mother first noticed the lump.
Blackjacks start well in Christchurch.
CBHS edge St Kentigern at Gillette Cup finals.
Nick Moulai broke a record and nabbed one of 50 medals won by Canterbury athletes at the national secondary schools championships.
Jaime Hutter's walking a bit funny after his successful 24-hour world record indoor rowing bid but he thinks he'll row again, after a holiday.
The same start and finish point is the most notable change for next year's Christchurch Marathon.
Christchurch Boys' open with win.