Emirates Team New Zealand hopeful Josh Wijohn is making waves in the world of sailing. The 19-year-old Tūhoe, Te Rarawa descendant recently took out back-to-back titles in Sydney, Australia.
Millie Matahiki led the Tai Rāwhiti team's medal charge at the Special Olympics New Zealand National Summer Games in Wellington.
The Pacific Mini Games have kicked off in Vanuatu. 24 Pacific nations, including this year's newest inclusions- Australia and New Zealand- will compete across 13 different sports at Oceania’s premier multi-sport event.
Māori Touch Rugby has celebrated its 20th annual tournament over the weekend in Rotorua. The tournament has faced and conquered many of its challenges since the tournament was first held in 1998 in Hopuhopu.
Raukawa ki Runga have their sights on another title at this year's Māori Touch Rugby nationals in Rotorua.The Ngāti Raukawa side has also been boosted with the inclusion of a Rugby League World Cup star.
Trent Boult is feeling optimistic ahead of the Blackcaps first ODI match of the year against the West Indies in Wellington.
A new study conducted by former Black Ferns captain Dr Farah Palmer has found cultural identity is responsible for changing the way teams play. The research was conducted on players chosen from both the Māori All Blacks, and the Japanese rugby teams.
Special Olympics Rotorua have sent a total of nine athletes to the National Summer Games – Special Olympics New Zealand.
Kiwi Fern’s Honey Hireme has been shortlisted for this year's Rugby League Women’s World Cup Player of the Tournament following her success catapulting her side into the finals.
10-year-old Ethan Hayes is on a mission to help fix children's hearts. The Ngāti Porou young Samaritan rode in the 40km Quarter race of the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge to raise money for Heart Kids NZ.