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New Zealand

Brendon McCullum belts fastest Test century in 54 balls

Brendon McCullum belted the fastest century the world has seen on Saturday as he thrashed the Australian bowling in a landmark innings to celebrate his final Test.

21 Feb 2016 4:51 AM

Brendon McCullum slams fastest Test ton in 54 balls

The New Zealand skipper broke Viv Richards and Misbah-ul-Haq's record in his farewell game.

20 Feb 2016 12:03 PM

Smash or crash: The Brendon McCullum way

The cap may be tattered but the legacy Brendon McCullum will leave when he calls it quits is of glowing success, destructive batting, record-setting innings and reshaping the game.

20 Feb 2016 12:37 AM

Australia hammer New Zealand with a day to spare

Australia inflicted a crushing innings defeat on New Zealand with a day to spare in the first Test in Wellington when they dismissed the home side for 327 on Monday.

15 Feb 2016 11:58 PM

New Zealand in trouble after Adam Voges double century

New Zealand’s chances of avoiding defeat in the first Test ebbed away as Adam Voges completed a double century on Sunday and Australia’s bowlers claimed important wickets in the final session of Day T

15 Feb 2016 3:16 AM

Bowlers put Australia on top on Day One

Peter Siddle celebrates the fall of a New Zealand wicket on Friday. (Photo: AP)

13 Feb 2016 2:33 AM

Throwing sex toys 'wrong image' for New Zealand: PM

Economic Development Minister was hit in the face by a pink dildo thrown at him by protester during national day celebrations in Waitangi.

06 Feb 2016 10:40 AM

R Ashwin not happy with Indian television

The Indian spinner is surprised at no live coverage of Australia-New Zealand series in India.

03 Feb 2016 1:13 PM

New Zealand sorry over cash sound effect when Amir bowled

New Zealand Cricket has come down heavily on a stadium announcer for taunting tainted Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir during the third Twenty20 International here.

28 Jan 2016 5:43 AM

Henry Nicholls powers New Zealand to comprehensive victory

A solid 82 by Henry Nicholls followed by a ninth-wicket batting blitz carried New Zealand to a convincing 70-run victory in the opening one-day international against Pakistan in Wellington on Monday.

26 Jan 2016 6:03 AM