“The Boot” Remembered

Rugby fans around the world farewell Don “the Boot” Clarke, an incomparable All Black legend. Business Day calls him “an icon for a generation of NZers,” while The Australian remembers his match-winning conversion against France at Athletic Park in 1961, “kicked into a gale-force wind, which people still talk about.” Independent: “The man who beat the British and Irish Lions by himself […] a massive man [who] kicked some of the most famous goals in rugby history.”

Don Clarke: 10 November 1933 – 29 December 2002

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Innovative New Zealanders on Forbes Under 30 List

Innovative New Zealanders on Forbes Under 30 List

Four young New Zealanders have made this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list. They are: founder of the Conversion Therapy Action Group Shaneel Lal, 21; Emily Au-Young, 29, co-founder of…