Friday Aug 8
6 reasons why Bolton is better than Chorley
IN attempt to stoke up the recent escalation of tensions between Bolton and Chorley, we have drawn up a list of six comparisons between the two towns.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Sam Webster: My whirlwind week
The New Zealand track cyclist Sam Webster poses for a photo at the athletes' village after the track cycling team finished their programme at the XX Commonwealth Games.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
The best and the rest
With the 20th Commonwealth Games having wrapped up in Glasgow, Stuff's journalists on the ground run through the highs and lows from a whirlwind 11 days and New Zealand's bumper medal haul.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Three questions: How many more gold medals to come?
Herald reporters David Leggat and Kris Shannon, who are covering the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, answer three questions on the New Zealand team's performance so far and what to expect in the remaining days of competition.
Commonwealth Games: Glasgow and the friendly Games have been a credit to sport
David Pye visits the Commonwealth Games and finds all aspects of it, from the sport to the spectators, atmosphere, organisation and volunteers, to be everything sport should be.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Trott wins cycling gold for England
England's Laura Trott won gold in the women's points race, with Wales' Elinor Barker taking silver and Scotland's Katie Archibald claiming bronze.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Buenos Aires Herald
Cyclist Joanna Rowsell gets England gold
Track cyclist Joanna Rowsell helped England break New Zealand and Australian domination of the individual pursuit at the Commonwealth Games yesterday.
Magnussen has a point to prove
James Magnussen warns he has more to reveal as he aims to show Australian teammate Cameron McEvoy he's still the fastest man in water.
The New Zealand Herald
Commonwealth Games: Wee drams of the Games week
The Games have been a reminder of what's great about Scotland - Bagpipes, Arthur Conan Doyle, haggis, Alexander Fleming, golf, Billy Connolly, whisky, Sean Connery, kilts, Nessie, Trainspotting, Rod Stewart, Taggart, Austin Powers' Fat Bastard.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Second sprint gold for Sam Webster
New Zealander Adrian Leat takes home the silver medal after losing to Danny Williams from England in the men's judoka 73kg class final at the SECC Centre in Glasgow.
Rowsell breaks Aussie, Kiwi pursuit grip, Wales in doping shocka (Sport
Commonwealth Games: Bowls Men's Trips: Namibia 15 India 12, Scotland 24 Namibia 18, Boxing flyweight: Simon Nzioka beat Immanuel Shapaka 2-1 a we don't understand SPYL's leadership, whose focus is now entirely on their fabricated tribalism innuendo.
Doping shocker for Wales as Aussies...
Australia's swimmers were back on the gold medal trail early on the second day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Friday, while Wales were hit by a second doping shock.
Family double on cards at Glasgow velodrome
It is a family affair at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome on Friday with Adelaide siblings Alex and Annette Edmondson both riding off for gold medals in their individual pursuit events.
All-New Zealand semifinal as medal beckons
CHASING BRONZE: Marc Ryan will race for bronze in the men's 4000m individual pursuit against Wales' Owain Doull after qualifying fourth-fastest.
Cure left to fight for bronze
Tasmania's Amy Cure was in the bronze medal ride off this morning after after qualifying third in the 3000-metre individual pursuit at the Commonwealth Games.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Friday at the Games
England will aim to kick-start their track cycling campaign on the second day of competition at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Commonwealth Games - Silver for Wiggins as Meares takes historic gold
Bradley Wiggins had to settle for the silver medal on his return to track cycling as England were beaten by Australia in the Commonwealth Games 4,000 metres team pursuit on Thursday.
Sydney Morning Herald
Australian track cyclists impress
As English sprint ace Jason Kenny surprised with some below-par results, Australian Matthew Glaetzer broke the Games record to qualify fastest in the flying 200.
Live blog: Commonwealth Games 2014
Glaetzer, 21, topped the timesheets with 9.779 seconds. Triple Olympic champion Jason Kenny was pushed into 11th place in 10.206s.
Njisane opens medal bid
In Glasgow Njisane Phillip and Quincy Alexander will be on show at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome here in Glasgow, Scotland, today, in the qualifying round of the Commonwealth Games men's sprint.