Chris Cairns has denied he is the unnamed player mentioned in testimony to the ICC's anti-corruption and security unit.
NZ Cricket is confident Brendon McCullum will face no sanctions over his delay in reporting an approach to fix matches.
New Zealand Cricket has confirmed matches played by the Auckland Aces are the subject of an ICC investigation.
England selector Mick Newell thinks educating players is the key to minimising future incidents of corruption.
Billy Bowden has been restored to the Emirates Elite Panel of umpires for the 2014-15 season.
Grant Bradburn has been appointed the new head coach of Scotland's national cricket team.
Controversial New Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder is to join Essex for the rest of the season.
New Zealand have included uncapped off-spinner Mark Craig in their squad for their Test tour of West Indies in June.
Worcestershire have signed New Zealand duo Colin Munro and Mitchell McClenaghan.
Sri Lanka reached the World Twenty20 semi-finals thanks to a Rangana Herath-inspired 59-run win over New Zealand.
Sri Lanka skipper Lasith Malinga paid tribute to Rangana Herath and Sachithra Senanayake after the win over New Zealand.
New Zealand will be hoping for more of the same from captain Brendon McCullum when they face Sri Lanka on Monday.
New Zealand beat the Netherlands by six wickets to maintain their hopes of qualifying for the ICC World T20 semi-finals.
Peter Borren wants to give Holland's cricket fans reason to be proud as they chase a notable World Twenty20 scalp.
The Metropolitan Police have declined to comment on claims from Chris Cairns that he has been contacted by them.
Dale Steyn claimed four wickets as South Africa snatched a thrilling two-run victory over New Zealand.
South Africa know they cannot afford to slip up on Monday when they face New Zealand in a crucial Group 1 clash.
Rain proved to be a pain for England in Chittagong as they were beaten by New Zealand on the Duckworth-Lewis method.
Stuart Broad criticised umpires Aleem Dar and Paul Reiffel after England started the World T20 campaign in defeat.
New Zealand continue to prosper under Brendon McCullum and will arrive in Bangladesh as the major dark horses.
In part two of our look back at great World T20 moments, we rewind the clock to 2010 and 2012...
Former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent has pleaded guilty to not reporting an approach by a bookmaker last year.
Brendon McCullum made New Zealand's first-ever Test triple century as he scored 302 for the Black Caps against India.
England's Joe Root will join our team in the World T20 Zone studio, home to our very own indoor net!
Brendon McCullum celebrated becoming the first New Zealand batsman to score a triple century in Test cricket.
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