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Surf Lifeguards “Bracing Themselves” for Busiest Summer on Record

Surf Lifeguards around the country are bracing themselves for what could be the busiest lifesaving season on record as New Zealanders face a summer without the option of overseas holidays.


Rasdex Prologue Race One

An overcast windy day greeted 120 paddlers at the boat ramp in Kaiapoi for the first race in the Rasdex Classic River Race Series.


Register for this week’s Sport NZ Women + Girls Summit

Over 750 already registered for three-day event. Registrations for day one close 10.00am Wednesday.


Paddle Australia Begins Implementing its New HP Strategic Plan

Paddle Australia announced the recent appointment of three high-calibre and internationally renowned professionals to its High Performance Program,


Surf Life Saving NZ Calls on Hollywood Heavyweight to help “Save the Males”

Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) is calling on Hollywood heavyweight Dwayne Johnson (aka “The Rock”) to talk to Kiwi men about beach safety.


SLSNZ National Pool Rescue Championships a Chance to Test Fitness as Record Season Looms

This weekend’s Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) National Pool Rescue Championships are a chance for Surf Lifeguards to test their fitness ahead of what’s expected to be a record-breaking busy season on our nation’s beaches.


Olympians Remember Sydney 2000 Canoe Sprint and Inspire the Next Generation

Today, October 1 2020, marks the 20th anniversary of the final day of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games canoe sprint competition (26 September - 1 October 2020) and on th


Tribute to Andrew Martin

Andrew Martin, one of the Nelson region’s most versatile and successful athletes, died in a multi-car crash last Sunday.


Person dies after climbing incident on Mt Ruapehu

Police and LandSAR have today recovered a body after a climber fell on Mount Ruapehu yesterday.


Overseas domestic tourism trends

Department of Conservation report international destinations have shown some interesting trends over the summer months.