Herald on Sunday

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  • CLEVER DESIGN

    When current owners Liz and Phil first walked into this Cook, Hitchcock and Sargisson designed home tranquilly located in a convenient cul-de-sac they felt they were standing in a very special space.

  • Cane can keep on keeping on at top

    Twice Sam Cane has had to haul himself through long, gruelling rehabilitation stints after incurring serious injury.

  • CLEVER DESIGN

    When current owners Liz and Phil first walked into this Cook, Hitchcock and Sargisson designed home tranquilly located in a convenient cul-de-sac they felt they were standing in a very special space.

  • Saudi Arabia Cup venue at issue

    Auckland may have lost one big yachting event — the round-the-world Ocean Race — but legal manoeuvrings continue to see if Emirates Team New Zealand can be forced to hold the 37th America’s Cup in Auckland.

  • Afghans out to crumble Caps

    As the Black Caps approach their final game of pool play at the Twenty20 World Cup, a nation of 1.4 billion people is hoping they lose.

  • Canterbury and Tasman lock down spots in semis

    Canterbury and Tasman locked up the final two NPC Premiership semifinal spots yesterday, ensuring the winners of five of the last six titles can add another to that tally.

  • Gym bunny Bosson back

    Champion jockey Opie Bosson thanked an unlikely personal trainer for saving his career after he burst back into the Group 1 winner’s circle with Noverre in the 2000 Guineas at Riccarton yesterday.

  • Fire still burns for Lisa Fire still burns for Lisa

    Lisa Carrington would like to contest all three sprint kayaking disciplines at the 2024 Olympics, though the ultimate call will depend on the depth of the wider canoe racing team.

  • Barometers of a pandemic: Booze, betting, beauty, bars

    Booze, betting, beauty and bars. The big four Bs are where major trends can be seen in our spending thanks to the Covid-19 Delta outbreak.

  • Warriors need to make big recruitment calls

    The Warriors face one of their most important decisions in years as they look to reshape their recruitment.

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