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Australian Indigenous Olympians Recognised For Olympic Day

AOC: The spirit of the Olympic movement was alive and well today, as the Australian Olympic Committee hosted a ‘Reception for Indigenous Olympic Athlete Recognition’ at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence.

Federated Mountain Clubs calls for 'The Remarkables National Park'

Federated Mountain Clubs (FMC) is today launching its Remarkable Outdoors campaign headlined by a proposed new national park - ‘The Remarkables National Park’ in the Otago Southland high-country near Queenstown.

Huge milestone for AIMS Games

September’s Anchor AIMS Games has breached two significant milestones, with more than 10,000 athletes from over 300 schools heading to Tauranga.

Red Bull X-Alps, the world’s toughest adventure race

This years Red Bull X-Alps paraglide - adventure race will see 32 starters with Kiwi Nick Neynens and Australian Che Golus representing their counties

NZ’s first pack rafting and bike packing adventure

NZ’s first pack rafting and bike packing adventure wins best New Zealand made film at the 2017 New Zealand Mountain Film Festival.

Alex Baumann to step down as Chief Executive of High Performance Sport NZ

Alex Baumann today advised the Board of High Performance Sport NZ (HPSNZ) that he will step down from his role as Chief Executive in September.

Drug Free Sport NZ CEO receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Outgoing Drug Free Sport NZ (DFSNZ) chief executive Graeme Steel has been honoured for his service to the sporting community in New Zealand, receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award at the NZ Sport and Recreation Awards in Auckland.

Australian Olympic Committee Partners with Pacific School Games

Australian Olympic Committee President John Coates has welcomed a partnership with the Pacific School Games with under 200 days to go before the 10th edition begins in Adelaide later this year.

Search continues for Swedish national

The search for Swedish national, Hans Christian Tommarck missing in Karangarua, south of Fox Glacier is continuing today.

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.