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  • Remembering Anzac Day heroes

    Remembering Anzac Day heroes

    The Vodafone Warriors are supporting two Anzac Day causes – the RSA’s annual Poppy Appeal and the RSA-Herald Pin a Poppy Appeal.

  • NRL honouring Anzac heroes

    NRL honouring Anzac heroes

    The Vodafone Warriors and Melbourne will again have a central role in the NRL's Anzac Day commemorations when they meet next week.

  • Special Olympics joy

    Special Olympics joy

    Vodafone Warriors players and staff won't forget the joy they savoured when they joined athletes at the Special Olympics recently.

  • Heroes all set for Auckland trip

    Heroes all set for Auckland trip

    Three South Island everyday heroes are all set for their special trip to Auckland this weekend.

  • South Island heroes guests on Sunday

    South Island heroes guests on Sunday

    Heroic community workers involved in the Kaikoura earthquake and Port Hills fire disasters will be special guests at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday.

  • League 4 Life event in Christchurch

    League 4 Life event in Christchurch

    Vodafone Warriors managing director Jim Doyle and club legend Jerome Ropati will be guests at a League 4 Life fundraiser in Christchurch this week.

  • Emergency services saluted on Sunday

    Emergency services saluted on Sunday

    The Vodafone Warriors will salute the community’s everyday heroes when the club hosts the Parramatta Eels on Sunday.

  • Day at the Special Olympics in pictures

    Day at the Special Olympics in pictures

    Check out the photo gallery of the Vodafone Warriors helping out at the local Special Olympics event held at Mount Smart's athletics field.

  • Sign up now for school holidays

    Sign up now for school holidays

    Here's a great idea for the kids during the coming school holidays. Find out all about our Footy Clinic programme and register now.

  • Vodafone Warriors thanked for rescue

    Vodafone Warriors thanked for rescue

    Accompanied by his family, Paul Francis thanked the Vodafone Warriors this week for helping to save his 20-year-old son Harry off Takapuna Beach last week.