New Zealand First is proud of the performances by Kiwi athletes at the 2016 Rio Olympics thus far despite negative talk from some commentators around the country.
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Broadcaster Mike Hosking wants the public to keep paying to watch our Olympians live but how many would pay to watch him on television, says New Zealand First.
Hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders wanted to see live action of the New Zealand men’s sevens rugby team in the Olympics at Rio today but were again denied, says New Zealand First.
The shortcomings of Prime’s television coverage of the Olympic Games in Rio have been shown up with New Zealanders being denied the chance to see our sports stars performing live, says New Zealand First.
Asenati Lole-Taylor will be attending the Pasifika Showcase Market at the Clouds, Auckland CBD this Saturday 2nd March. This is a premiere international athletics event, never before seen in New Zealand.
New Zealand must maximise leverage in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympics and should be riding the wave of the growing international popularity of Sevens Rugby, says New Zealand First Sports and Recreation spokesperson Andrew Williams.