Kane Williamson and his wife Sarah Raheem became parents for the second time, as they got blessed with a baby boy.
Nicholls, pacer Blair Tickner and bowling coach Shane Jurgensen have begun five days of hotel room isolation after producing positive Rapid Antigen Tests on Friday morning.
Ajaz Patel and Michael Bracewell were among the 20 names offered central contracts for 2022/23 by New Zealand Cricket on Friday.
Brendon McCullum Friday admitted to bittersweet emotions when he agreed to take on the role of turning around England's cricket fortunes.
New Zealand batter Henry Nicholls escapes serious calf injury, set to depart for England for Test series
Henry Nicholls has been a crucial member of New Zealand's Test squad of late, averaging 40.38 in 46 Tests with eight hundreds.
In a city used to superstars and the super-wealthy, the spectators seemed to be bouncing at the very sight of Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo.
The 'Black Caps' from New Zealand finished the last season as the world No. 1 ODI team with the cut-off date being May 4, 2022.
New Zealand on Wednesday named an extended 20-man squad for the tour, designed to cover the early absence of players involved in the Indian Premier League.
With that rate of rise, Wellington residents can expect once-a-century flood damage every year on average.
New Zealand pacer Hamish Bennett has announced that the 2021/22 season will be the last of his 17-year old career.
Trent Boult and Sophie Devine have been named New Zealand T20I Players of the Year in the men's and women's categories respectively at the 2022 ANZ awards.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday that the C130 Hercules plane would travel throughout Europe to carry much-needed equipment and supplies to key distribution centers.
She said her Cabinet considered on Monday further measures New Zealand could take to support Ukraine and send a strong message to Russia.
Although their campaign might be all but over, the all-rounder and the hosts showed grit and determination, fighting till the very last moment, everytime they took field.
ICC Women's World Cup: New Zealand's Sophie Devine expresses disappointment after defeat against South Africa
Sophie Devine's inning of 93 went in vain as South Africa bowlers Shabnim Ismail and Ayabonga Khaka scalped three wickets respectively to bowl out New Zealand for 228.