West Indies cricketing big wins top book award

West Indian bowling giant Michael Holding’s book “Why We Kneel, How We Rise” has won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year award. Photo: Delivered The book covers racism in sport and examines the root causes of the problem, the toll it takes on society and the world. It features contributions from athletes such … Read more

Black Caps up to a disturbance

Black Caps are confident they can win a upset against hosts India in the second and final Test in Mumbai to complete a historic league victory, said the team’s leading spinner Ajaz Patel. Ajaz Patel Photo: PHOTO PORT Mumbai-born Patel, whose parents immigrated to New Zealand in 1996, kept his team in pursuit of a … Read more

Black Caps are fighting back in the first test

Tim Southee has claimed a five wicket behind as the Black Caps fight back in the first Test against India. India’s Shreya Iyer smashed a century on his Test debut, but Tim Southee’s lion – hearted bowling and New Zealand’s top order left the opening test between the teams in balance after day two. Tim … Read more

One of New Zealand’s Most Famous Artists, Robert Ellis, Dies at 92

New Zealand artist Robert Ellis died this week at the age of 92, leaving behind a prominent body of artwork that fused pakeha and Māori influences. New Zealand artist Robert Ellis passed away this week at the age of 92. Photo: John McIver His artistic images can be found all over Auckland. Ellis’ most visible … Read more

One of New Zealand’s Most Famous Artists, Robert Ellis, Dies at 92

New Zealand artist Robert Ellis died this week at the age of 92, leaving behind a prominent body of artwork that fused pakeha and Māori influences. New Zealand artist Robert Ellis passed away this week at the age of 92. Photo: John McIver His artistic images can be found all over Auckland. Ellis’ most visible … Read more