Sissons claims bronze

Triathlete Ryan Sissons has claimed bronze at the ITU World Series event in Hamburg, Germany. The former Macleans College student finished with a time of...

Beware the Highlanders

Having had the Hurricanes burst their unbeaten bubble in a 31-22 Cake Tin thriller, the Crusaders will be wary hosting the dangerous Highlanders in...

Howick Pakuranga third at Netball NZ U17 Champs

Wellington Black A have kept two hands firmly on the Anna Rowberry Cup for a second year, beating perennial rivals Auckland 1 in the...

Heimgartner looking to reclaim title lead in Sepang

If Andre Heimgartner has his way, he will take back the title lead he held for rounds one through three in the Porsche Carrera...

Top baseball prospects head to Aussie academy

Four of New Zealand’s top baseball prospects head to the Gold Coast in Australia next week, and a strong showing at the 10-day long Major...

Putting a unique spin on the 40 Hour Famine

Macleans College students Wilhelm Muller, Matthew Wilson and Waldo Singleton have put a unique spin on World Vision: 40 Hour Famine by cycling from Auckland to Rotorua, covering a distance of 400km in 40 hours.

PURC fall to Rifles

The Pakuranga United Rugby Club's premiers went down 39-12 to College Rifles at the weekend. The prems were down 27-12 at half-time. Club results Premiers (12) vs...

Local Taekwon-Do Champ Heads To Ireland

Samuel MacKay has competed in Taekwon-Do since he was 12-years-old. Now, he’s off to the International Taekwon-Do World Championships, held in Ireland from October 9-15,...

Baldwin tops Elite Motorsport points

Nineteen-year-old Howick race driver Jordan Baldwin has topped the points-table following the intensive week-long camp in Dunedin which commences the New Zealand Elite Motorsport Academy programme for 2017.

Lions provided true test

Unlike droll All Blacks coach Steve Hansen I can think of far worse fates than kissing my sister, which was his reaction to the...

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