Monday, October 23, 2017
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‘Grimmy’ wins volunteer award

A debilitating syndrome and shattered ribs could not keep the man known as 'Grimmy' away from the Prebbleton Rugby Club.

Watch: Designs for Nga Puna Wai released

This is what the Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub will look like when it is finished in 2019.

Gapper named best women’s sevens player

Heathcote Valley's TeRauoriwa Gapper was named women's sevens player of the year at The Canterbury Rugby Awards Evening.

Murgatroyd wins top Ellesmere Rugby award

Tim Murgatroyd was the man of the moment at the Ellesmere rugby awards on Friday night, where he was named senior player of the year.

Good showing in Italy for teen karter

Lincoln’s Jacob Douglas has spent the last three weeks taking on the best young kart racers from all parts of the world.

Coach’s American-style policy pays off

Class work and basketball are all rolled into one at Hillmorton High School creating a recipe for success both on and beyond the court.

86-year-old competing with racers a quarter his age

Jim Gordon can be found lying on a hammock most weekends – but it’s supported by three wheels and being blown along at more than 60km/h.

Teen jet skier world champion

Christchurch jet ski racer Ben Morris has been crowned world champion at the IJSBA world finals in Arizona, United States.

Original 1995 Team New Zealand shirt up for auction

An original Team New Zealand shirt from the historic 1995 America's Cup win is up for auction to raise money for the rebuild of Pleasant Point Yacht Club.

SBHS student heads to Poland

Ethan De Rose will travel to Poland to represent New Zealand at the Junior World Championships for short track speed skating.