Ōtaki Bowling Club is inviting business houses, sports clubs, community organisations, schools and individuals to join it for twilight bowls during summer. On the Thursdays of November 22 and 29, December 6, January 24 and 31, and February 7, the club is hosting teams of three (join a team on the day if an individual) to enjoy a relaxed, friendly.. Keep Reading
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The Three Peaks RIDE New Zealand's Cycling Festival will run alongside Oceania's only UCI 2.2 race - The New Zealand Cycle Classic and host a series of competitive, community and family based events. Keep Reading
The reality of life in teams is that it is often hard and demands time, commitment and effort ... Keep Reading
The horses are back in town and the Ōtaki-Māori Racing Club is champing at the bit to get the party started. Races are on again at Labour Weekend Sunday, October 21, with a full card and all the excitement that’s been a hallmark of Ōtaki racing for more than 130 years. Race day will be a family day that includes entertainment for adults and... Keep Reading
At a special Awards Ceremony on Monday 18 June, seven women received a Civic Award in recognition of the voluntary work they do for the City of Porirua. These Awards were of special significance, presented as they were during the 125th year of celebrating Women's Suffrage in New Zealand ... Keep Reading
Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) is pleased with the focus placed on water safety by The 24-Hour Endurance Yacht Race taking place on Wellington Harbour on 3-4th March 2018. The race pushes competitors to extremes so Race Director Theo Muller from Lowry Bay Yacht Club says. Keep Reading
Register your team of four to experience this high spirited, fun and exciting event, first introduced to Wellington in 2008 by the Rotary Club of Wellington. Oversize rackets and the same rules as Table Tennis make Jumbo Tennis a corporate fun favourite. Nowhere else will you find courts full of camaraderie with fantastic friendly hosts... Keep Reading
If you want to go for a bike ride but you don’t own a bike, help is at hand. All you need to do is take the train to Paekakariki and borrow a bike from the Paekakariki Bike Library. Jan Nisbett, a passionate advocate for cycling, spoke about her latest venture ... Keep Reading
Established in 1991, the Crazyman is one of NZ's longest running multisport events. Based around the icon outdoor elements of Wellington's Hutt City this 56k scenic tour showcases the hills, beaches, harbour and river that make our Capital the outdoor wonderland that it is. Attracting around 400 entrants every year, participants enter as... Keep Reading
Wellington's premier marathon event has something for everyone from Kids to weekend warriors and marathon junkies. Keep Reading
Like Christchurch itself, the annual Christchurch Marathon is rebuilding following the earthquakes of 2010/11. Inspired by the 1974 Commonwealth Games marathon, it has been the South Island’s premier marathon event and is renowned as one of the fastest courses in the world. But it is also one of the most scenic and supportive with a new... Keep Reading