All Auckland Libraries will be open from Tuesday 2 June (after Queen's Birthday weekend).
Interviews with 15 of the world’s top surfer–musicians. The likes of Kelly Slater, Stephanie Gilmore, Jack Johnson, Dave Rastovich, Pete Murray - people doing life their own way and daring others to the same.
Why is it important to play the ball late? How do you play the perfect cover drive? What should you do to deliver a deadly in-swinger? Superstar New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson talks us through his approach to cricket.
Retired All Black captain and boy from Papakura, Kieran Read writes openly and honestly about his time in the game; his century of test appearances, his stellar success with The Crusaders and Canterbury Rugby and his two Rugby World Cup wins!
It is said the Karekare Surf Lifesaving Club has saved over 2000 people in its 80 years.
Feel the special bond 'clubbies' have with iconic and dangerous Karekare Beach as they share tales of rescues, competition success and camaraderie.
Radio DJ Dom Harvey isn't a running expert. He is just a regular guy who used to drink too much alcohol and eat too much junk food. Then he fell in love with running.
The Tasman Sea is one of the most hostile stretches of water in the world. In 2018 Kiwi adventurer Scott Donaldson spent two months alone at sea to achieve a world first, crossing the Tasman sea solo in a kayak on his third attempt.
When English adventurer Anna read about our 3,000km long Te Araroa Trail, it sparked an idea. Maybe she could run it? Anna then ran the length of New Zealand in 148 days.
Discover over 100 places of exceptional beauty and fascinating natural history which can be found in suburban Auckland streets and along country roads. You find out how to get there, facilities available and nature features along the way.
All over the country summer is marked by most of us heading for the water. Annette Lees had a quest to swim everywhere and anywhere, every day for a year. Lees' book reminds us to appreciate this precious part of Kiwi life.
Ben Ryan, a red-haired, spectacle-wearing Englishman, is given 20 minutes to decide if he’s willing to coach Fiji's rugby sevens team, with the aim of taking them to the nation's first-ever Olympic medal.
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