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Black to Blues and West to Hurricanes

Otere Black is leaving the Hurricanes to join the Blues.

Otere Black and Ihaha West are trading places.

Lions thriller ends even video

Wing Tommy Seymour dives over for the first of the British and Irish Lions' tries against the Hurricanes.

Draws rarely come more exciting than this one between the Hurricanes and Lions.

Canes v Lions: Player ratings

Jordie Barrett of the Hurricanes gets tackled.

Who starred and who stumbled: our rugby writers rate the players from Tuesday night's match.

'The Bus' didn't get started

All Hurricanes fans' eyes were on Julian Savea against the Lions.

OPINION: Cliffhanger Lions match needed much more Julian Savea, but he was rarely sighted.

Wellington sticks oar in for parade

From left, Team NZ chief operating officer Kevin Shoebridge, chief executive Grant Dalton, helmsman Peter Burling, team ...

The capital also wants to host races in the next America's Cup.

A year of saving pays off

27062017 News. CAMERON BURNELL/FAIRFAX NZ. British and Irish Lions fans Shaun Scully (left) and Stuart Kelley in front ...

A pair of Inverness-based Lions fans are lapping up their time in Wellington.

Steel regular season 'counts for nothing' video

Southern Steel netball coach Reinga Bloxham.

The Southern Steel head into national netball league final after unbeaten season.

Stop Out rely on home comforts

James Sharp, right, celebrates his winner for Stop Out against Victoria University with Martin Packer in the Chatham Cup ...

A Chatham Cup tie against Western Suburbs will be tough, but having the familiar climes of Hutt Park will help.

Can the Steel stand up?

Yvette McCausland-Durie has done a tremendous job, in her second stint as Central Pulse coach.

No fear and no pressure for the Central Pulse in the national netball premiership grand final.

Southern Steel duo back for final video

Southern Steel player Wendy Frew jumps for the ball with Pulse player Whitney Souness, on right.

Wendy Frew and Te Paea Selby-Rickit set to return for the national netball league final.

Rams in Hardham box seat

Up and away. Aidan Woodward  who celebrated his 50th premier game on Saturday is taking his game to Scotland .

Scotland bound Aidan Woodward had a reason to celebrate in club rugby play on the weekend.

Worser Bay to Bermuda

Anxious friends and family of Team New Zealand's Josh Junior watch the final race at his parents' home in Lyall Bay.

"There may have been a few expletives," Josh Junior's father said after his son helped win the America's Cup.

Becroft wins titles in New Caledonia

Wellington College tennis player Isaac Becroft stands with his trophies for his wins at the BNP Paribas Junior ITF ...

Wellington College tennis star pairs with Scots College's Finley Hall to win a doubles tournament, while beating his team-mate in the singles.

Melie Kerr's remarkable journey

It's all happened so fast for Melie Kerr, pictured after her one-day international cricket debut at age 16 last November.

Instead of winter mornings at Tawa College, Melie Kerr is living her Women's World Cup dream in England.

Rugby league once a pariah in Masterton

Shaun Johnson's silky skills would have meant nothing to Wairarapa's rugby old boys.

Is rugby league banned in Masterton? Perhaps.

College Sport

Becroft wins titles in New Caledonia

Wellington College tennis player Isaac Becroft stands with his trophies for his wins at the BNP Paribas Junior ITF ...

Wellington College tennis star pairs with Scots College's Finley Hall to win a doubles tournament, while beating his team-mate in the singles.

WGC hockey make promising start

Wellington Girls' College coach Riley Jennings (centre) speaks to his team during the current hockey season at the ...

Wellington Girls' College are two-from-two in the P1 hockey season proper.

Ready to play after $3.2m upgrade

Former Black Sticks Laurie Gallen (left) and Kyle Pontifex battle for the ball in a exhibition match during the opening ...

Expanded facilities at Berhampore tipped to give hockey a massive boost in Wellington.

Safe guns can be fun video

Jacob Backhouse and Devlin Laing say they love getting out to the target range and look forward to inter-school competitions.

Wairarapa College students say they benefit from getting out on the gun range.

Stream stamp mark on premiership

St Patrick's College, Silverstream's Neyla Masima (headgear, getting lifted up) is congratulated by team-mates (L-R) ...

St Pat's Silverstream's big win over Wellington College may be a sign of things to come.

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