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Recreation groups support calls for safe domestic travel in Level 2

Recreation Aotearoa and the New Zealand Alpine Club (NZAC) both support calls today from the tourism sector to reduce restrictions around non-essential travel during Covid 19 Alert Level 2.


DOC Update Level 3

DOC Provides us an update on Level 3 and what it means for their parks.


Help keep sport “Kiwi” by taking the 101 - DFSNZ launches Clean Sport 101

Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ) is encouraging club level sports people to “take the 101” and learn how the sports anti-doping rules apply to them. Launched today and supported by a social media campaign


Guidance for physical activity at COVID-19 Alert Level 3

Sport NZ has this afternoon published on its website public guidance on how people can remain physically active during COVID-19 Alert Level 3.


Australian Olympic Committee Cuts

In the case of Matt Carroll, his base salary was to be $506,675 plus superannuation. It will now be $439,117. He will retain a bonus of $37,500 received for his performance in 2019 but will receive no further bonuses this year.


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