Katharine Walker, head of radiology at Addenbrooke's Hospital, was among four Britons killed in a New Zealand sightseeing helicopter crashRead the full story ›
Four British tourists are believed to be among seven people killed in a helicopter crash on New Zealand's Fox Glacier, police have said.Read the full story ›
Seven people are feared death after a helicopter crash over the Fox Glacier area on the South Island of New Zealand.
Authorities say the helicopter crashed around 11am. Rescue helicopters were sent to the scene, but treacherous terrain made conditions difficult.
Police say all passengers are believed to be dead. The nationalities of those on board is not yet known.
All Blacks captain Richie McCaw has announced his retirement from all rugby after leading New Zealand to their second successive World Cup.Read the full story ›
Former England head coach Sir Clive Woodward says it was a privilege to coach against the iconic Jonah Lomu.Read the full story ›
Former England fly-half Rob Andrew says Jonah Lomu was "a gentle giant, on and off the pitch".Read the full story ›
New Zealand team doctor John Mayhew says legend Jonah Lomu died of a heart attack.
Lomu passed away on Tuesday aged just 40 after suffering from a long history of kidney problems.
"The final mechanism was something caused the heart to go into cardiac arrest, most probably a cardiac or pulmonary event," Mayhew told the New Zealand Morning Herald.
"Cardiac arrest is the final pathway of the heart shutting down. That's all there is really."
Jonah Lomu spent his entire career terrorising defences around the world with his juggernaut running style - we look at his best moments.Read the full story ›
The rugby world has taken to social media to pay tribute to All Black great Jonah Lomu, who has died unexpectedly aged 40.Read the full story ›