SYDNEY, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Australia coach Michael Cheika is determined the Wallabies will not get carried away with their 23-18 victory over New Zealand on Saturday and warned them plenty of work lies ahead if they are to catch up with the world champions.
It's time to call out New Zealand's war on wildlife firmly, but nicely. "Killing with kindness" is an oxymoron, the language of hate appalling, and where have welfare groups gone?
Despite being out for over seven years and even built on Aussie-made technology, Australia and New Zealand is only now getting their own local server for Wargaming's World of Tanks. Yes, come November 1, you'll be able to mortar and shell all kinds of armour, without having to worry about the most deadly munition of all. high latency. More »
When an Australian journalist wanted to find out how to correctly pronounce the name of New Zealand's incoming prime minister, he — unknowingly — went straight to the top. According … Click to Continue »
BRISBANE, Oct 21 (Reuters) - New Zealand captain Kieran Read said the All Blacks were not going to win every close match with a late try and paid tribute to Australia for finishing the job in a 23-18 victory over the world champions on Saturday.
Oct 21 (Reuters) - India captain Virat Kohli has praised new spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal and is tempted to play them together in India's one-day series opener against New Zealand in Mumbai on Sunday.
Reece Hodge kicks a 53-metre penalty with two minutes remaining to seal a 23-18 win for Australia over New Zealand in the final match of the Bledisloe Cup.
New Zealand have used as many as 11 different players between No. 5 and 7 since the 2015 World Cup. India, in the same period, have tried just as many players at No. 4 alone
Oct 21 (Gracenote) - Summary from the Test match between Australia and New Zealand on Saturday at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia Australia 23 New Zealand 18 Half Time: 12-13 Scorers: Australia : Tries: Reece Hodge (7),IsraelShow More Summary
Oct 21 (Gracenote) - Result from the Test match between Australia and New Zealand on Saturday in Brisbane, Australia Australia 23 New Zealand 18
BRISBANE, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Australia produced a performance of huge character to beat New Zealand 23-18 and secure their first victory over the world champions in eight tests after a thunderous scrap of a third Bledisloe Cup clash at Lang Park on Saturday.
Oct 21 (Gracenote) - Line-ups for the Test match between Australia and New Zealand on Saturday at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia Australia : 1-Scott Sio, 2-Tatafu Polota-Nau, 3-Sekope Kepu, 4-Rob Simmons, 5-Adam Coleman, 6-Jack...Show More Summary
Eric Crampton makes many good points, here is one of them: But that gets us to one of the risks: the intersection of Labour, Green and New Zealand First’s core beliefs is distrustful of markets and of foreigners. I can’t see how we get...Show More Summary
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Birds are territorial creatures, and they'll passionately defend their chosen area from unwanted intrusions. For some songbirds, it doesn't even take a physical breach to draw their ire — if you're a lovely singer, they'll attack. New Zealand's tui songbirds certainly aren't doing the "jealous performer" stereotype any good. Show More Summary
Jacinda Ardern felt she was either "doing a disservice to the church or my friends."
AUSTIN, Texas, Oct 20 (Reuters) - New Zealander Brendon Hartley collected a grid penalty before he had even stepped into the car for his Formula One debut at the U.S. Grand Prix on Friday.
The New Labour-led Government should protect women and their unborn children Jacinda Ardern has publicly committed herself and her party to removing abortion from the Crimes Act, but Voice for Life hopes that as the new Prime Minister, she will realise just how dangerous such a move would be for both women and their unborn […]
Left-arm pacers like Jason Behrendorff, Mustafizur Rahman and Mohammad Amir have troubled India's batsmen in the recent past. Come the New Zealand ODIs, they will have to face some more of the same