A difficult week for the New Zealand Breakers with guard Corey Webster arrested; and the men of tennis try to match the outstanding female field at the ASB Classic. Audio
The Black Caps don't care about Tim Southee's batting, Matt Richens says, so why should we?
End-of-year All Black tours usually offer a glimpse at what the future holds for the team, but was the latest tour simply a revenue gathering exercise?
This week, the strongest ever field has been announced for Auckland's ASB tennis Classic, the All Blacks finish up their season against France and the NZ golf team attempt to make history. Audio
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Shane van Gisbergen has rubber stamped his Supercars championship with victory in the final race of the season and on the streets of Sydney.
The New Zealand Breakers have suffered their fourth loss in as many matches, going down 98-74 to Melbourne United this evening.
Ryan Fox has settled for ninth at the Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast after an up and down final round.
The driver of a McLaren F1 supercar said to be worth $20 million has been charged with careless driving.
Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen has become the first New Zealander to win the drivers championship for 25 years.
The New Zealand men's sevens team failed to make the final four at the opening leg of the World Series in Dubai.
England overcame a poor start to overwhelm the Wallabies 37-21 with a dominant display at Twickenham to complete a perfect year of 13 victories under new coach Eddie Jones.
The New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox is lamenting the misfortune that pushed him from third into sixth on day three of the Australian PGA Championship.
The Black Caps say anyone predicting the decline of Australia's one-day side is short-sighted, as they look to hold onto the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.
Shane van Gisbergen has taken pole position for the race that could make him the first New Zealand V8 Supercar champion in 25 years.
New Zealand's unbeaten rowing crew of Eric Murray and Hamish Bond have again been overlooked at the World Rowing Awards.
Double Olympic rowing champion Hamish Bond has dominated an elite field to win the inaugural Abel Tasman Cycle Challenge.
Nico Rosberg's shock retirement has given champions Mercedes a headache as they seek to fill Formula One's most desirable drive.
Tiger Woods, in his second round of competitive golf following a 16 month absence, shot a flawless seven-under 65 at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter will discover next week whether he has won his appeal against a six-year ban from football.
Japanese sportswear giant Asics Corp will take over from Adidas as the official sponsor of World Atheltics.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt and Ethiopian distance runner Almaz Ayana have been crowned as the IAAF's athletes of the year.
The New Zealand womens rugby sevens team has won the opening round of the World Series in Dubai, beating Australia 17-5 in the final.
The New Zealand Breakers have been beaten 95-91 by the Illawarra Hawks in their Australian National Basketball League game on the North Shore.
Championship leader Shane van Gisbergen has started the final round of the Australian Supercars series in Sydney in perfect style, smashing the lap record.
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