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With the announcement that New Zealand will move to Alert Level 1 from Midnight on 8 June it brings new guidelines as Level 1 allows more freedom and normality.   SEE THE LATEST UPDATED ALERT LEVEL 1 INFO HERE   Updated @ 9 June...

We’re excited to announce a new campaign Support Local Sport to help sport and active recreation to rebuild and recover! During National Volunteer Week 21-27 June 2020 we’ll be launching a video campaign encouraging people to volunteer.   That’s where you come in! Are you looking for...

St Peter's, Cambridge successfully completed their Cross Country day with outstanding weather to top it off on Thursday. They used creative elements to create a staggered start for managing race numbers to ensure their Cross Country day was victorious. The students at St Peter's certainly finished their...

Sport New Zealand recognise the critical role coaches play in creating a safe, positive and enjoyable sport environment for athletes and young people. Firstly, a Message to Kiwi Coaches As the return to community sport is fast approaching, coaches will play a critical role in inspiring, connecting and...

As we have seen in New Zealand, and around the world, gatherings present a very high risk of transmitting COVID-19. Gatherings are allowed at Alert Level 2 with a limit of up to 100 people. Ensure you keep a record for the purposes of contact tracing...

Guidelines for gatherings under Alert Level 2 Gatherings are allowed at Alert Level 2, but there are limits on the number of people, and there are several measures that people should take to keep everyone safe. The most important measure is to prevent mingling and close...

Netball New Zealand, in conjunction with the organisers of the South Island, Lower North Island and Upper North Island Secondary Schools events, have made the decision to cancel this year’s secondary school regional and national tournaments due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19. All events will...