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February 21, 2005

Asia seems to be filled with different types of fried flat bread. There’s chapati, roti, naan and Tibetan bread, then head elsewhere and there’re tortillas, pita bread and probably a host of others we’ve never heard of. Some of these are so similar to one another it’s often hard to tell the difference and essentially […]

April 26, 2004

For the first week of the holidays, many of us travelled to Dunedin for Easter Tourney to compete in our various sports.

April 5, 2004

A million dollars won’t buy you much these days in the sporting arena. But what if you had a few hundred million at your disposal? Now there’s a lot that can be done with that.

March 29, 2004

Across town the Black Caps will hopefully be taking it to the Proteas to give us our first test series victory over South Africa. Get down to the Basin and support our mighty men in white.

March 22, 2004

Before I start this week’s article I just want to say good stuff to the Hurricanes for winning last week against the Cats. It was an important win, not only because it keeps them away from the bottom of the table, but they also showed Wellington what they are capable of, and hopefully inspired the […]

March 15, 2004

March is here. It’s officially autumn. You’d never know it’s only been that way for a week though. Already we’ve had the 3rd round of the Super 12, the Kingz played their last soccer match of the season in the Australian League a week ago, and Rugby League and Basketball are both set to kick […]

March 15, 2004

Formula One is the most watched annual sport competition in the world. At almost every race on the calendar, more than 120,000 spectators cram into the grandstands, all vying for a view of the millionaire superstar drivers. At that same time, in 150 countries worldwide, more than 300 million people tune in to watch the […]

March 8, 2004

A new year, a new sports writer and another whole new round of sporting competition. I’m a bit of tradesman when it comes to sport. I’ve done it all and mastered none. I’ve played rugby, soccer, hockey, cricket, basketball, lacrosse, waterpolo, kayaking and god knows what else. So expect it all this year, and oh […]