No meaningful conclusions can be drawn and more data is needed, writes Ryan Bridge.
The battle for control over the Mate Ma'a Tonga brand takes another twist, says Michael O'Keeffe.
The Kiwi must dismantle his opponent on Sunday or his career will crumble, writes Brad Lewis.
Some have started to see renting as a more logical option.
"Denying people the care they need is just cruel."
The Crusaders' performance against the Highlanders has paid dividends, says Luke Robinson.
The effort to eradicate the disease is showing good progress, writes Damien O'Connor.
The airline has been bombarded with homophobic tweets.
The fullback provided 13 points off the tee and three try assists in a win over the Sharks.
"This kind of thing doesn't happen in Wellington."
And are mixed martial arts ready for the Halberg Awards, wonders Grant Chapman.
Newshub's sporting minds ponder who will capture New Zealand's top honour.
The flanker has certainly impressed Luke Robinson through two weeks of the competition.
Lightbody was assaulted and left for dead and the people that allowed it should be in court, writes Duncan Garner.
Veteran tennis correspondent Dave Worsley is still stunned by the GOAT's quarter-final performance.
Veteran tennis correspondent Dave Worsley casts his eye over the emerging talent in Melbourne.
Sources say a deal will be done this week, writes Duncan Garner
Veteran correspondent Dave Worsley can hardly see the tennis for the wannabes.
The battles are just as big off, as it is on the courts, writes Dave Worsley.
It crept into our society without debate, writes Duncan Garner.
Capital fans should brace themselves for a short campaign, warns John Day.
Serving only orange juice as your non-alcoholic drink option is lazy, not to mention cheap, writes Madeleine Chapman.
And where does All Blacks star Damian McKenzie fit into the new regime?
Houses close to transport routes are vital, writes Duncan Garner.
Sonny Bill's gone, but there's someone they will miss more, insists John Day.
Monday's schedule at Melbourne is as good as you can hope for at a Grand Slam.
Peters has not worked cooperatively with National for 22 years.
Te reo Māori is a taonga - a treasure - not a plaything.
Humiliating defeat against Australia has left Brad Lewis questioning this current side.
Get a room, and I don't mean the bathroom, writes Dan Lake .