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  •   Home > News > Sports

    Relief a popular Christchurch outdoor event managed to slip in before Covid wreaked havoc on the country

    Relief a popular Christchurch outdoor event managed to slip in before Covid wreaked havoc on the country


    The move to Red has sparked a string of event cancellations.

    Across the country, the New Zealand Masters Games in Dunedin and the New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland have been cancelled.

    But before that, the Sparks concert got to have its moment in the spotlight - making a return to North Hagley Park on Saturday.

    Events Production Team Leader Drew Urlichs says they've been very lucky to have been able to run a major event, before finding out about the move into Red.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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    Netball:
    The Stars are surging towards a home playoff fixture in netball's ANZ Premiership 16:20

    International:
    Volunteers race to evacuate elderly, ill and Ukrainians with disability from the country's east as Russian forces advance 16:00

    International:
    In Finland, memories of a bitter war with Moscow never faded. Some fear history will repeat itself 15:30

    Health & Safety:
    COVID-19 deaths are rising again across the Tasman 15:30

    Accident and Emergency:
    There's been a serious crash on State Highway 30 in Whakatane 14:50

    Cricket:
    The Black Caps have been placed under enormous pressure by the First Class Counties Select XI in England heading into the final day of their warm-up match 14:00

    Health & Safety:
    There are 48-thousand-310 active community cases of Covid-19 in the country 13:50

    Basketball:
    NBL champion and Tall Blacks power forward Tom Vodanovich is returning to the Breakers after playing for the Sydney Kings the last two years 13:30

    International:
    Baby formula shortage stings US as Australian company ships millions of cans to States 13:10


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