Federation clarifies football promotion position

The governing body of football in the Waikato-Bay of Plenty region has moved to clarify its position in the controversial northern league qualification... Read More

Silver medal for Briarley in Asian 3x3 tourney

Tauranga’s Briarley Rogers is returning from basketball’s 3x3 Under 18 Asia Cup with a silver medal around her neck. She along with Tauranga-born... Read More

Showing off World Cups at AIMS cool for Curry

All Black Sevens star Scott Curry says it’s refreshing to get a chance to check out some AIMS Games action before getting back into the hard graft... Read More

Free thinking puts Bay u19s on path to prominence

Bay of Plenty under 19s coach Mike Rogers credits the freedom he’s encouraging his team to play with – fully supported by the union hierarchy... Read More

Tauranga sailors prove themselves at Enoshima

The sailing world championships didn't go according to plan for Tauranga sailors Gemma Jones and Jason Saunders. They're keen to illustrate... Read More

Olympian inspires next generation at AIMS Games

Olympian Dylan Schmidt doesn't remember much about competing at the AIMS Games in 2008 – except that he won. The New Zealand gymnastic trampoline... Read More

Papamoa win masks play-off blow

Papamoa kept their Premiership title hopes alive with a resounding 8-1 victory over lowly Hamilton Wanderers on Saturday.   However, boss Duncan... Read More

Boys’ College finish Rankin Cup on positive note

Tauranga Boys’ College rounded off the Rankin Cup national secondary schools hockey tournament in Tauranga on a positive note, with a 5-1 triumph... Read More

BOP U19s look real deal in Jock Hobbs tourney

Bay of Plenty rugby’s rampaging under 19 team have opened the Jock Hobbs Memorial tournament in Taupo with a staggering 90-0 demolition of Hawke's... Read More

Kelly to open up at Tauranga gala dinner

Guests at this year’s Tauranga Gala Dinner can expect a rare insight into the experience of women in rugby from Black Ferns star Kelly Brazier. The... Read More

The case for a sports stadium

If you’ve travelled along Cameron Road in the centre of Tauranga recently you may have noticed a monument to the chronic municipal inertia we face... Read More

AIMS Games LIVE: Day 2

Day two of the 2018 Anchor AIMS Games International Sporting Championships is about to get underway in Tauranga. There are 10,851 competitors... Read More

Jones eyes worlds after finals break-through

Luuka Jones had a much-needed World Cup canoe slalom break-through overnight but also knows she’s got more work to do before the upcoming world... Read More

Tauranga International Marathon makes comeback

  Tauranga International Marathon runners will be getting ready to lace up their sneakers all over again, as the event makes a comeback. Following... Read More

Valuable lessons learned from a kicking

It was the Coastline Mariner’s first representative rugby league outing for two or three years, and they got ‘pumped’ 46-10. But the... Read More