Sport New Zealand (Sport NZ) is the new name for the government organisation responsible for sport and recreation (formerly SPARC).
The name may have changed, but our aims stay the same - more kids playing and enjoying sport, more adults participating and getting involved, and - through High Performance Sport New Zealand - more Kiwi winners on the world stage.
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Hon Murray McCully, Minister of Sport and Recreation
New Zealand’s top sports journalists and photographers were recognised at the 2013 Sir Terry McLean National Sports Journalism Awards Dinner in Auckland last night.
Auckland Sport has today announced the appointment of Debbie Curgenven to the position of Sport Services Manager.
World class big wall climber Mayan Smith-Gobat will soon begin three ambitious free climbs in California’s Yosemite Valley, including one world record speed attempt.
In this edition: A range of national and international insights. The Young People section includes the latest publications from Sport New Zealand’s 2011 Young People’s Survey Series – 14 Regional Profiles. Organisational Capability includes a report -...
In this edition: The identification of best practice for developing sport as a business is increasingly important. In the Organisational Capability section there are items on the use of technology and a case study on international sponsorship. The...
New Zealand may not have won The America’s Cup, but many New Zealanders, their skills and technological expertise were to the fore. We look at some of those contributions in the Sports Technology section. The emergence of sports management as a...
We're calling for expressions of interest for the 2013/14 investment round.