The iconic Basin Reserve will host a Trans-Tasman showdown between Australia and New Zealand as well as five other pool matches and the first semi-final of the ICC Women’s World Cup rescheduled for 2022.
The Basin Reserve will host one of Aotearoa’s newest and most exciting festival line-ups this summer – Peachy Keen presents Peachy Keen Festival!
Held on Easter Weekend on Saturday, April 3 at the Basin Reserve, the one-day festival will see household names like Ladyhawke, Stellar* and Gin Wigmore share the stage with a new generation of acts such as BENEE, Paige and The Beths.
Just four months on from the BLACKCAPS Test match victory against India, the hallowed turf of New Zealand’s oldest cricket ground has been stripped back from its usual flush green top and recovered with a new 2,000-ton layer of sand.
A Trans-Tasman face-off at Wellington’s iconic Basin Reserve is one of the highlights of a 31-match schedule announced at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 launch in New Zealand’s capital city today.
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We’ve been considering what it means to be the Church, and this week we want to identify where does this take us? …what’s our purpose?
ON Sunday IN the city AT 10am we will listen afresh to what Jesus teaches in Matthew’s Gospel about salt, light (and good deeds).
It is Finals Day. With dire conditions predicted out there, stay dry or click on the links below to follow the action. As always, we will bring all the follow-up written and visual content over the next couple of days. For scoring updates for Wellington club rugby on Saturday 31 July see below. Club Rugby...