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Tall Black Isaac Fotu has experienced first-hand what it's like to be in a country overcome by Covid-19 and he's impressed with how New Zealand responded to the outbreak.
First person - Based purely on results, the Basketball World Cup was a failure for the Tall Blacks, but it should not be viewed that way, writes Matt Chatterton.
The Tall Blacks need one last strong performance in their final FIBA Basketball World Cup campaign against Turkey tonight to reach next year's Olympic qualification tournament.
The Tall Blacks have thumped Japan 111-81 in the classification round of the FIBA Basketball World Cup in China.
The Tall Blacks insist the pressure is on Greece, not them, ahead of tonight's showdown for a spot in the second round of the Basketball World Cup in China.
Celebrations were short lived for the Tall Blacks following their victory over Montenegro at the Basketball World Cup after Brazil shocked Greece to claim top spot in their pool. Video
There's no time for dwelling on the past for the Tall Blacks as they prepare for their must win Basketball World Cup match against Montenegro in China.
Want to watch the FIBA Basketball World Cup but don't know what the moves and terms are? RNZ has you covered. Video
From the 1976 Tour of South Africa to last year's epic contest in Wellington, RNZ looks back at the most memorable moments between the All Blacks and Springboks. Video
With the disappointment of Monday's result wearing off, RNZ tries to pick what the Black Caps team could look like at the 2023 Cricket World Cup in India.
Analysis - On the eve of the Cricket World Cup final between the Black Caps and England, RNZ looks back at the key moments that led to tonight's match. Video
For nine consecutive weeks, Wellington lawyer Adam Levy held off 6.3 million people to be crowned Fantasy Premier League champion.
As the Crusaders ponder a rebrand, RNZ ponders what the Super Rugby franchise could possibly look like in the future.
In a year of congested world cups, RNZ Sport turns the spotlight on the 2019 Basketball World Cup.
After a six year hiatus, Michael Campbell will tee off in his first professional golf tournament at the 100th New Zealand Open in Queenstown later today.
Just eight weeks out from the due date of her second child, Dame Valerie Adams is once again showing she's a force to be reckoned with both in the shot put circle and the gym.
One of the climbers killed in yesterday's avalanche on the Southern Alps had just celebrated his 50th birthday with his parents who had flown out from Germany for the occasion.
The New Zealand activists being fined in Israel for the cancellation of Lorde's concert earlier this year have found support from an unlikely source.
The New Zealand share market bounced back despite another volatile day on the global markets yesterday.
An Auckland resident who was without power for three days due to an outage says she has lost confidence in lines companies.
Aucklanders and transport industry insiders are backing a Chinese company's bid to build and pay for a major toll road north of the city.
Former Black Fern Rebecca Mahoney says when the time comes for a woman referee to officiate a Super Rugby match or international test it must be for the right reasons.
The Hurricanes and Chiefs will meet for the third time this season as they kick off the Super Rugby play-offs with a grudge match in Wellington tonight.
Plans for a state of the art retractable roof at the home of the ASB Classic in Auckland have been put on hold.
For the first time, women will be paid more than the men at the New Zealand Golf Open in Auckland this week.