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Nail-biting second test results lead to third test decider

The second day of the DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge (DHL ISRC) has seen New Zealand and Australia finish a mere two points apart, with the Australian side ultimately taking their second consecutive test win today in Mt Maunganui.

Battle galore at DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge

Australia has taken a small lead after the first day of competition at the three-day DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge held this week in Mt Maunganui, that sees seven countries from around the world go head to head in surf lifesaving events.


I remember paddling out to Indicators in 1999 with the late, great Craig Hughes – one of the leading shapers in Raglan back then. He told me that where surfing thrived, tourism would soon follow.

Red Bull Party Wave at Waikiki Beach

Red Bull Party Wave, the competition challenging creative teams to build their own surf vessel and ride the best wave as a team, on the shores of Waikiki’s Kuhio Beach

Jono the Smit

Trips like the one we just completed in Fiji don't just happen by chance. They take the right kind of people and a lot of heart. That's why we knew Jono Smit was the right person to join us in the capacity of filmmaker.

Top Kiwi Junior surfers shine in Fiji high-performance camp

For four of New Zealand’s most promising young surf athletes experiencing big Cloudbreak, a surfbreak on a reef in Fiji’s Mamanuca Islands, was more than just a rite of passage.

McKeon off to a flying start at FINA World Championship

Australia’s most successful swimmer at the Rio Olympics Emma McKeon has stormed home in the last lap of the women’s 100m butterfly to steal the silver medal and set a new Commonwealth and Australian record on night two of the 2017 FINA World Champion

Airwave new Kiwi wave machine

A Dunedin company has build a blow up wave machine that's portable and can dial in a variety of wave sizes.

Danielle McKenzie ames Mount Monster for second win

Three years have made a huge difference to top New Zealand ironwoman Danielle McKenzie, although the result was still the same in today’s Mount Monster.

Vege power

It’s 10:30am on a Tuesday and most of you are settling in with a coffee and waiting for Box of Light to ding into your inbox. In the centre of Dunedin Matt Jenks is pulling up outside Japanese restaurant Jitsu in lower Stuart