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Trampers alarmed at proposals by big tourism to weaken conservation law

The Federated Mountain Clubs of New Zealand (FMC) is deeply disappointed in the Tourism Industry Aotearoa's (TIA) call to weaken the law that protects New Zealand's conservation estate.from private profit.

IOC Young Reporters Programme - NZ Applications Open 1 August 2017

The New Zealand Olympic Committee is looking for talented young reporters to apply for the third cyclie of the IOC Young Reporters Programme, a sports journalism training programme that will run during the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018.

New Zealand Alpine Club announces support for independent review of Alpine Team fatalities.

New Zealand Alpine Club President, Dr Penny Brothers, has today expressed her condolences to the families of Conor Smith and Sarawan Chand while encouraging the New Zealand Alpine Team (NZAT) to consider an independent review of the accident.

“The best Games ever!”

The curtain has come down on World Masters Games 2017, with the International Masters Games Association declaring the Auckland Games the best ever.

Police recover two climbers bodies in Fiordland

An Southland police SAR team today recovered the bodies of two climbers from an area below Marian Peak in the Darren Mountains, Fiordland.

Raw Challenge Doyalson

Raw Challenge Doyalson was won by Brendan Hunt & Gemma Rolfe. For the September event prize money will increase & also hold the opportunity to qualify for OCR world championships

Report - Rowing from Home to Home expedition reach Darwin

Kiwi adventurer Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and team mate Charlie Smith (UK) managed to dodge cyclones, pirates, huge electrical storms, massive ships, strong currents and brutal tropical heat to finally reach the safety

Kiwi Summer on the Cards for Queen’s Baton

Her Majesty The Queen launches Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton on global journey which includes a Kiwi Christmas build-up.

Axe about to cross Timor Sea to Darwin

Kiwi adventurer Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and Brit Charlie Smith pushed off from Dili on the next stage of their expedition across the Timor Sea to Darwin

Axe about to cross Timor Sea to Australia

Kiwi Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and rowing partner Charlie Smith are about to cross the Timor Sea to Australia on their 4500km row from Singapore down through the Indonesian Archipalego to Darwin, Australia