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Nelson company continues to supply frontline and public long life food

Don’t panic buy, just smart buy is the message from Nathan Fa’avae, the six-time adventure racing world champion and captain of the worlds most successful endurance sport team.


A man reported missing on Stewart Island has been located

The 39-year-old failed to return to his hunting group on Monday afternoon, but was found around 11.05am today. The man was sighted from the air during an extended shoreline search at Chew Tobacco Bay.


New Zealand’s Olympic and Paralympic Athletes Support Olympic Games Postponement

New Zealand Olympic and Paralympic Athletes have said they support a postponement of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, an approach backed


NZOC President Mike Stanley Open letter

An open letter to the New Zealand Team and our supporters from NZOC President Mike Stanley. A cancellation has been ruled out.


DOC to close great walks & more

The Department of Conservation (DOC) announced that will close great walks, facilities and more to the public as of Monday the 23rd March, due to the COVID-19 risk


Track Cyclists on Target for Tokyo

Fifteen track cyclists have been announced on the Australian Olympic Team for Tokyo 2020 today, featuring six Olympic debuts, seven athletes


Adelaide-based staff member tests positive for COVID-19

Cycling Australia confirms that an Adelaide-based Australian Cycling Team staff member returned a positive test to COVID-19 on Monday evening 16 March.


The Australian National Para-Cycling Series returns for 2020!

An initiative of Cycling Australia with the support of local state and club organisers the series will feature events across various states and territories.


Jones and Grieve claim first round honours in Calder Stewart Cycling Series

Canterbury University student Ollie Jones backed up pre-race favouritism and Dunedin dentist Jacob Grieve won his first Calder Stewart Cycling Series race in today’s opening round of the series, the Wensleys Cycles Southland Classic.


Covid-19 Australian Government advise against mass gatherings

Australia Government has advised against mass gatherings of more than 500 people and all international travel. Sporting events around the country are cancelling or restricting to 500 people