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Search and rescue, Wellington

A Search and Rescue operation has been launched on Wellington’s south coast after a kayak was found floating in the water earlier today.


Robinson 14th in defence of her Giant Slalom World Cup title

Alice Robinson (Queenstown) has finished in 14th place at the FIS Giant Slalom World Cup tonight in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. Just over one year ago Robinson took her second ever World Cup victory at this very rac


Rasdex Classic River Race this weekend

The Rasdex Classic River Race is all set for Saturday 16th January, with moderate river flows and lovely weather predicted. The race sold out in early December


Incredible elite fields for the 2021 Tauranga Half

This year’s Tauranga Half brings together an incredible field of multisport athletes, with several past winners and former world champions, set to be on start line at Mount Maunganui’s Pilot Bay.


Zoi Sadowski-Synnott wins gold at first FIS Snowboard Big Air World Cup

New Zealand snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott has claimed the gold medal at the FIS Snowboard Big Air World Cup held in Kreischberg


Karekare SLSC Call-Out Squad Recognised for Recovery of Drowning Victim

Karekare SLSC Call-Out Squad (ECOS) has received 2nd place for bp Rescue of the Month as the result of an emotional off-season drowning victim recovery.


Four Kiwi snow sports athletes receive prestigious X Games Aspen invitations.

Nico Porteous, Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Beau-James Wells and Jossi Wells have all received invitations to compete at the prestigious X Games Aspen 2021 to be held between the 29 – 31 of January.


"Summer water safety"

“If you are going to the river, lake or beach these holidays you need to take time to check out our safety messages.


PTO 2020 Championship at CHALLENGEDAYTONA

The PTO 2020 Championship at CHALLENGEDAYTONA won by Canada’s Paula Findlay and Gustav Iden from Norway


bp’s partnership with Surf Life Saving New Zealand

bp has confirmed the extension of its partnership with Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) for another three years.