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11 February 2008 delivers sports news to your desktop, New Zealand’s leading news site, recently launched a sports widget enabling users to get the latest sports news delivered straight to their desktop.

Jeremy Rees, editor of says: “The site is home to award-winning writers like Wynne Gray, Dylan Cleaver, Paul Lewis and David Leggat plus the controversial columnist, Chris Rattue. The addition of the sports widget further strengthens’s position as New Zealand’s most popular sports news website”*.

The sports widget is the publisher’s second foray into the widget market – the first being the highly successful bizwidget which has been downloaded more than 2000 times since its launch in August 2007.

The sports widget can be downloaded from:

*Nielsen//NetRatings, NZ Market Intelligence, Total Traffic, Unique Browsers, January 2008


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