New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White said managed isolation arrangements for the visiting teams were still being worked out with officials in Wellington, but the tours would proceed.
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor says he is eager to play in CPL 2020 after coronavirus-induced break
The New Zealand team delayed winter tours to the Netherlands, Scotland, Ireland and West Indies due to the coronavirus outbreak and, like most of his team mates, Taylor has been training indoors to keep up his match fitness.
New Zealand Cricket deputy CEO Anthony Crummy steps down despite board slashing 15 percent of workforce
Crummy, who was associated with New Zealand Cricket for five years, said he was not asked to leave and his departure at this juncture was a mere coincidence
No decision on rescheduling of ICC men's T20 World Cup 2020 before July, says New Zealand Cricket chief David White
The ICC will discuss contingency plans for the tournament in Australia, as well as ways of restarting the sport once the pandemic subsides, at a meeting later in the day but White said “no decisions will be made”.
Coronavirus Outbreak: New Zealand's tour of West Indies in July 'most unlikely' to proceed, says NZC CEO David White
Apart from West Indies, tours to Scotland, Ireland, the Netherlands will also not be completed by New Zealand
Coronavirus pandemic: New Zealand Cricket cancels Plunket Shield, table toppers Wellington Firebirds declared winners
Chief executive David White said New Zealand Cricket took the 'difficult decision' after receiving expert medical advice and following the government’s move to tighten border controls
India vs New Zealand: Ross Taylor says focussing on Jasprit Bumrah alone could create trouble for Kiwis during Test series
Taylor is only two days away from becoming the first cricketer to play 100 games across formats. Less than three weeks away from his 36th birthday, he has already competed in 231 ODIs and 100 T20 Internationals.
New Zealand Cricket have lodged an official complaint with police over the alleged racial abuse of England fast bowler Jofra Archer by a spectator during the first Test at Mount Maunganui.
Jofra Archer, who was born in Barbados and represents England, tweeted that he had found it 'a bit disturbing' to hear racial insults coming from one person in the crowd while he was batting.
Christchurch mosque terror attack will change fabric of international sports hosting: New Zealand Cricket CEO David White
The Bangladesh cricket team escaped unhurt despite being in close vicinity of a shooting attack on a mosque at Christchurch but its tour of New Zealand was called off.
Bangladesh players and management departed Christchurch on Saturday, travelling from their central city hotel to Christchurch Airport in the team bus under police escort.
Christchurch mosque terror attack: New Zealand's Canterbury pulls out of Plunket Shield final; Central Districts retains title
New Zealand's first-class domestic cricket competition, the Plunket Shield, has been decided with a round to spare in sad and unique circumstances.
New Zealand mosque shooting: Bangladesh's performance analyst recounts terror-filled moments in Christchurch
Shrinivas, a Mumbai-based software engineer who works as a video analyst with the Bangladesh team said that initially they didn't even realise that it was a terror attack.
New Zealand mosque shooting: Bangladesh's tour called off after visitors narrowly escape Christchurch gun attacks
New Zealand Cricket and Bangladesh Cricket Board arrived at a joint decision to call off the final Test match following gun attacks at Christchurch mosque.
New Zealand cricket coach Mike Hesson announces shock resignation to spend more time with his family
Mike Hesson stunned New Zealand cricket on Thursday by announcing he will step down as coach at the end of next month, less than a year out from the World Cup.
New Zealand's hopes of staging first day-night Test in doubt with board yet to receive council approval
New Zealand kick off their home summer with two Tests against West Indies in December, one less than originally planned, with an eye on the proposed 'Test Championship'.
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A British children's charity has launched a helpline for sexual abuse victims after 4 English former footballers said they were abused by their coaches during childhood.
Former player David White becomes fourth footballer to allege child sex abuse at hands of youth coach
A fourth former footballer said he too suffered sexual abuse at the hands of a youth coach as an aspiring player, in a snowballing scandal rocking the game in Britain.
New Zealand Cricket chief has called for Test cricket to continue its pink-ball revolution by slashing the format to four days and introducing two divisions.