20 December 2019 — Entries are now open for the 13th New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards.
NSO Capability Project Update
11 December 2019 — In mid-2018 the NSO Capability Project was formed. Originally as part of the 2032 High Performance System Strategy work programme, this work was led by Sport New Zealand, on behalf of partners, with the support of an External Advisory Group.
These templates are to help organisations manage the use of technology . The templates cover general acceptance and use of various technology components which are common to many organisations. These templates should be used as a guideline and customised appropriately to better meet your organisation’s needs.
Board reporting tool x
A template designed to reflect the key information required by boards for the majority of organisations.
The National Facilities Strategy for Aquatic Sports aims to provide a framework for developing future facilities which are appropriately scaled and located to meet the needs of users: locally, regionally, nationally or internationally.
Bowls National Facilities Strategy
Bowls in New Zealand, like many other sports, is in transition. This transition affects the very foundation on which the sport was built, membership.
Seb Coe on young people and sport, anti-doping and more (video)
British politician and former champion athlete Lord Sebastian Coe shares his views on inspiring young people to take up sport and the barriers they face, sports integrity issues such as doping, and other subjects.
Ideas into action
Presentation from the Secondary Schools Forum (2009) on the theme that sport and recreation provides explicit learning contexts within secondary school curricula.