Gulf Times - Wellington
India win 5th ODI against New Zealand, take series 4-1

India win 5th ODI against New Zealand, take series 4-1

Ambati Rayudu struck a sparkling 90 in tough conditions to help India overcome the loss of four early wickets and beat New Zealand by 35 runs in the final one-day international in Wellington ...

De Villiers' record sets up thumping win over New Zealand

De Villiers' record sets up thumping win over New Zealand

A record-setting innings by AB de Villiers set South Africa up for a resounding 159-run win in the third one-day international against New Zealand in Wellington on Saturday to go 2-1 up in the series.

Bill English sworn in as New Zealand PM after Key exit

Bill English sworn in as New Zealand PM after Key exit

New Zealand's socially conservative finance chief Bill English was sworn in as the country's new prime minister on Monday following last week's shock resignation of his popular predecessor John Key.

New Zealand evacuates quake-hit town

New Zealand evacuates quake-hit town

New Zealand emergency services and defence personnel evacuated hundreds of tourists and residents from a small South Island town amid more strong aftershocks on Tuesday, a day after a powerful earthquake killed two people.

International warships to help New Zealand quake relief

International warships to help New Zealand quake relief

Warships from the United States, Canada and Australia have been drafted in to help earthquake relief efforts in New Zealand after a 7.8 tremor devastated parts of the South Island, officials said on Wednesday.

Captain Cook's Hawaiian gifts returned after 237 years

Captain Cook's Hawaiian gifts returned after 237 years

Traditional Hawaiian garments gifted to Captain James Cook before he was killed in the islands more than two centuries ago were handed back to indigenous people of the US Pacific state at a ceremony in Wellington.

Umpiring drama works in Australia’s favour

Umpiring drama works in Australia’s favour

The Australia-New Zealand cricket series faced a fresh umpiring drama on the opening day of the first Test in Wellington with Australian batsman Adam Voges given a reprieve after being bowled.