Rotorua paddler chasing world titles

Growing up with the magnificent Okere Falls outside your house must be as good as it gets for a canoe slalom paddler. George Snook would certainly agree... Read More

Momentum starts to build for Honda‘s Wyatt Chase

If it's true that you're only as good as your last race, then Bay of Plenty's Wyatt Chase in very good indeed. The 20-year-old from Taupo... Read More

Keh sisters make up a trio on CLPGA Tour

The new decade marks an outstanding new achievement for three sisters as they all look to pursue their careers in the professional game on the CLPGA. For... Read More

Heights student heading to medical school

Damon Cowie is delighted to be honoured as one of the 2019 Rotorua Young Achievers. The Western Heights High School Deputy Head Boy and New Zealand... Read More

Chiefs squad named to play the Blues in Waihi

The Gallagher Chiefs will kick off their 2020 campaign in front of a sold-out Waihi crowd today when they take the field to face the Blues. This will... Read More

Cane to captain Chiefs in 2020

Gallagher Chiefs Head Coach Warren Gatland has announced loose forward Sam Cane will captain the Gallagher Chiefs for the upcoming Investec Super Rugby... Read More

Baywide cricket positive about Geyser City

When Geyser City Cricket Club began in Rotorua back in 1991, the goal was to create an environment and a pathway for school leavers to be able to play... Read More

Black Caps take 2019 highs and lows

  It is not easy being a Black Caps fan.   Over the last 12 months the team has provided the sporting highlights and lowlights, ahead of... Read More

High values and good coffee drive Sophie

Living up to the values and principles taught at John Paul College has been a guiding light for Sophie Smallbone. Sophie started at the Rotorua Catholic... Read More

Rotorua student sets high standards

Kieran Davidson has excelled at football and academic studies while at John Paul College. Kieran has been playing football since she was five and has... Read More

Bay of Plenty teams fall short at Sevens title

Bay of Plenty has fallen agonisingly short of claiming the TECT National Sevens in Tauranga. The TECT National Sevens Cup titles claimed by Waikato... Read More

Rotorua student with a passion for Chinese

  In the future, Chinese nationals may be treated in hospital by a Kiwi doctor fluent in their language.   Michael Stanley has just finished... Read More

Fiona Xu and Denzel Ieremia smash golf records

Denzel Ieremia has broken all sorts of records on his way to claiming the Christies Floorings Mount Open on the Jennian Homes Charles Tour; his first... Read More

No pressure for Sevens operation manager

A former career as a police officer has helped set up Pat Rae in coping with the pressure involved in managing national match day rugby. The Bay Rugby... Read More

Helping others motivates top student

John Paul College Head Girl Anna Douglas is focused on helping others through her actions. Anna has decided to put her plans to start a degree in global... Read More