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New Zealand Family Hosts 4 German Students During Lockdown
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - Four German students who were invited to shelter with a New Zealand family during a nationwide lockdown say they've been having lots of fun sharing meals, playing soccer a
Boks feature twice in British scribe's 10 best ever Test teams
Renowned British rugby scribe Stephen Jones has included two Springbok teams in his list of the top 10 Test teams of all-time.
Writing for the UK-based
Mohun Bagan part of BeActive campaign by FIFA, UN and WHO
Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], April 7 (ANI): As sporting events have come to an indefinite halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, arch I-League rivals, Mohun Bagan Athletic Club and East Bengal Club,
Buttler: World Cup final shirt will have extra meaning now
Jos Buttler's status as an England World Cup winner has already assured his place in the history books but the shirt he wore at the decisive moment last year could soon secure a mo
China prosecutes campaign to evade responsibility
Hong Kong, April 7 (ANI): Chairman Xi Jinping is waging one of his toughest fights since assuming control of China, a bitter battle to retain legitimacy at home and to save China's battered image inte
Why temporary migrants need JobKeeper
Former Kiwi wicket-keeper Jock Edwards passes away
Auckland [New Zealand], April 6 (ANI): Former New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman Jock Edwards passed away at the age of 64 on Monday. Central District Cricket Association, for whom Edwards went on to p
Cummins eager for T20 World Cup to go ahead
Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins has said he would love to play at the T20 World Cup but acknowledged the "awful" impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
'It's quite eerie': Horses race on in Australia, Asia
Punters in the UK had to make do with a virtual Grand National this weekend, but in Australia and Asia they are still able to enjoy a flutter on the real thing, albeit only online.
COVID-19 is war and some countries are starting to win
The latest coronavirus data shows continuing crises in most European countries. But, as Alan Austin reports, there are posit
Herald Sport Vault- 2008 - Kiwis conjure up World Cup miracle
This article was first published by the Herald on November 23, 2008. All day locals waited for the big one to hit. The perfect storm never arrived but the Kiwis did, shaking Suncorp Stadium and the ru
Green light for multimillion-dollar mall planned for New Plymouth's former Ravensdown site
A multimillion-dollar shopping complex on the outskirts of New Plymouth has been given the go ahead from an independent commissioner.
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