Newsletters from 2015
Relay - 16 November 2015
In this edition: With the Rugby World Cup in the bag for the All Blacks, the value of the RWC tournament and a claim that rugby union is now the world’s fastest-growing sport is assessed in the High Performance section, while Off the Bench focuses on measures of the value of sport, led by Sport New Zealand's latest report. Meanwhile, coaches have a chance to hear from ABs coach Steve Hansen at a conference highlighted in the Community Sport and Recreation section, and the Sports Science and Technology section looks at female athletes’ health issues. The Young People section includes several new reports on the value of outdoor play and recreation, while the Organisational Capability section examines new models for engaging sports fans as traditional attendance at games falls away.
BoardTalk, 19 November 2015
Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti: Business of the Year, governance framework now final, women in governance 2016, incorporated societies act reform, problems at VW start in the boardroom and governance communities.
SiE what's happening - November 2015
The latest SiE (Sport in Education) what's happening update featuring; SiE expansion, NZQA endorses SiE, NZSSC recognises SiE study awards, innovation at Kaikorai Valley College, in action at Aotea, Queen's High School embracing leadership and Papakura High School gets active.
Relay - 22 October 2015
In this edition: With the Rugby World Cup in full swing, we present rugby-related research and initiatives throughout the newsletter, ranging from programmes to introduce children to rugby through to the international promotion of rugby and new sport science on rugby training and injury prevention. Elsewhere, the Community Sport and Recreation concentrates on the rise of ‘masters’ competition for older athletes. Off the Bench covers recent advances in international sports systems, including such themes as sports policies, governance structures, funding models, strategic priorities and organisational development.