Where the hell is Henry?
Where the hell is Henry?

They love Gayle down in New Zealand, but they've got to see precisely nothing of him this season

A quintet of screamers
A quintet of screamers

Where does Trent Boult's stunning catch stack up in the annals of ripper catches by New Zealanders?

University Oval utopia
University Oval utopia

A diverted flight, world-famous pineapple bread, and the hellephant in the room. We belatedly present the sights and sounds from Dunedin

Ten things you need to know about Otago Volts
Ten things you need to know about Otago Volts

It's not all BB Mac, you know. They also have a doppelganger, a mattress, a chameleon, and a bearded trainer

Boardroom games
Boardroom games

In a slow cricket news week in New Zealand, Martin Snedden and Geoff Allott's possible return to administrative roles is the talk of the town

Boots returns
Boots returns

Bruce Edgar once battled the might of the world's fastest bowlers. Now he has to negotiate the challenges of national selection

New Zealand's turf wars
New Zealand's turf wars

Announcements about the hosting of the World Cup in New Zealand have sparked minor furores

The World Cup and the Young Guns
The World Cup and the Young Guns

At the launch event for the 2015 tournament, the mind goes back to the glorious days of 1992

In the dead of the antipodean night
In the dead of the antipodean night

Following the Ashes in New Zealand can be a lonely pastime - but one that brings ideas for the improvement of the game to mind

Two Chris Martin stories
Two Chris Martin stories

A dropped catch and a nervous innings - they don't portray him in a good light, yet somehow they do

A complicated colossus of Kiwi cricket
A complicated colossus of Kiwi cricket

Martin Crowe comes across as intense and angry in his latest book, Raw, but appears laidback when you meet him

An anti-religious passion
An anti-religious passion

The obsession with the game that India and Pakistan fans have is one to envy

A voice of dissent walks away
A voice of dissent walks away

Tim May's resignation means parochialism and self-interest can now flourish in the ICC old boys' club without any impediment

Cornflakes, whisky and our ectrodactyl
Cornflakes, whisky and our ectrodactyl

New Zealand fans aren't like others. They are grateful for every victory, though an ODI win over England is especially satisfying ever since Ryan Sidebottom became the human wall Grant Eillott banged his head against

Culture shock at 'eadingley
Culture shock at 'eadingley

A strong sense of nostalgia, grimy Yorkshire skies, confetti showers, and dress-up day - a Kiwi misses his time in Leeds

The hollow feeling of a Monday morning
The hollow feeling of a Monday morning

New Zealand offered a glimmer of hope to their fans at Lord's, only to snatch it back and smash it to pieces on day four

Hello Lord's, I love you
Hello Lord's, I love you

A Kiwi cricket fan lists down the reasons he feels all warm and fuzzy when at the home of cricket

A brief history of Derbyshire v New Zealanders
A brief history of Derbyshire v New Zealanders

In between plenty of rain delays, the two sides have put some up some exciting performances. And then there's always angling to take up

Sound FX, please
Sound FX, please

If broadcasters give more commentary options, then it's less likely viewers will be forced to watch matches on mute while browsing for audio or text alternatives online

McCullum v Parker
McCullum v Parker

It's a sad indictment on the factionalised state of the game in New Zealand, but it may also become the event that demarcates between healthy debate and a hellish descent into unsubstantiated allegations and reputation-sullying