2018: Will the Hurricanes be contenders for the title?

Being located in Rongotai, we're big supporters of the Hurricanes so it was nice to hear from our friends at Stuff some reasons they will win it all!

1 Tempting to just repeat Beauden Barrett three times. The guy really is a good player, with the knack of both doing amazing individual things and helping others shine too. Throw in genuine professionalism and you've got a fairly complete and influential package.

2 The Hurricanes' other big asset is coaching. The staff of John Plumtree, Jason Holland, Richard Watt and Dan Cron – with Chris Boyd pulling all the strings from on high – is outstanding for this level of rugby. In fact they're better than most national teams can muster.

3 This isn't a jaded group either. Success and status can dull many players' appetite for Super Rugby, but these blokes remain very hungry for titles.


Inspiring Britain: Trampolining teenage quadruple amputee wins Pride of Sport Award

The year of 2017 has been a dark one for news – dominated by terror attacks, uncertainty in world politics and natural disasters, so ITV News has decided it is time to shine a light on some good news, telling the stories of inspirational people in communities across the country.


The first Guinness World Record at a Trampolining Park 😲 Raising money for child cardiac conditions.

Energetic members of Ashby Round Table hope they have bounced their way into the record books - following a 25-hour plus trampolining marathon.

The Ashby de la Zouch and District Round Table successfully completed their own Guinness World Record attempt at the Rebound Trampolining Park.


Our friends "For Mums's " just launched a coupon book for Wellington Mum's

For Mums is a business for mums, by mums. Co-founded by Angela MacDonald and Abigail McKoy, two Wellingtonian first time mums, long time friends with a mission to make life at home and out with babies & toddlers more easy, enjoyable and affordable in this city.