The Central Pulse have re-signed English defender Ama Agbeze for 2015.
Former Silver Fern fears the hiring of another Australian at a NZ netball franchise will deter aspiring Kiwi coaches.
New Tactix coach not feeling any extra pressure about being the first Australian to guide the side.
Tactix will have an Australian in charge for the first time, with Sue Hawkins set to be head coach.
One of the stars of last year's New Zealand Secondary Schools team is the Pulse's first new signing for 2015.
Will it be Australia's much vaunted depth or NZ's ability to lift for the big occasion which holds the key in Glasgow?
Former Australian captain Liz Ellis critical over length of time Tactix have taken to appoint coach for next season.
Australian candidates have the edge for almost every coaching job in this country, writes Hamish Bidwell.
Central Pulse retain services of their captain Katrina Grant for the 2015 trans-Tasman Netball League season.
Canterbury netball golden girl Julie Seymour faces competition from Sue Hawkins for Tactix head coaching job.
Talented duo Gina Crampton and Stacey Peeters earn a second contract with southern franchise for 2015.
Southern Steel defender will become the first New Zealand player to line up for an Australian team.
Netball South umpire Jono Bredin will officiate at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this month.
TTNL general manager Andy Crook says Canterbury franchise will not always be allowed an extra import.
It won't be long until the World Cup is forgotten and everyone's thinking about the Commonwealth Games.
The Tactix have been rocked by the loss of influential midcourter Jade Clarke for next year's Trans-Tasman Champs.
Rule change doesn't sit well with Magic coach after she saw it at this week's national age-group tournaments in Dunedin.
After being released by the Steel this week, a disappointed Jodi Brown is backing Te Paea Selby-Rickit to perform next season.
The Southern Steel won't be renewing shooter Jodi Brown's contract as the franchise looks for a new direction.
The Northern Mystics have predictably lost the services of Australian netball international Julie Corletto.
Laura Langman's decision to stay with the Northern Mystics turned out to be an easy one.
Waikato-Bay of Plenty have gone back-to-back in winning a second national under-23 netball title by beating South 60-58.
Silver Fern Shannon Francois has re-signed with the Southern Steel for the 2015 ANZ Netball Championship.
After losing out on bringing Laura Langman back to the franchise, the Magic have re-signed Courtney Tairi and Grace Rasmussen.
Silver Fern midcourter remains with Auckland-based franchise for trans-Tasman champs.
Central Pulse midcourter Millie Lees has announced she will play her netball for the Northern Mystics next year.
The Silver Ferns are leaving no stone unturned ahead of likely showdown with Australia in Glasgow.
Defending champions will need to produce their A-game to have any chance of retaining their crown.
Three-test Silver Fern Bailey Mes moves to Canterbury in bid to earn spot at next year's world championships.
Wendy Frew, Storm Purvis and Phoenix Karaka have committed their futures to the southern franchise.
Questions over both the NZ and Australian shooting circles heading into Glasgow, according to former Silver Fern Belinda Colling.
With the trans-Tasman netball league grand final over, the off-season transfer window is now in full swing.
Central Pulse coach signs on for a fourth year after a below-par performance from her team in 2014.
Three players not selected in Commonwealth Games team named in side trying to end NZ’s domination of the Fast5 format later this year.
Coach returning for fourth season in 2015, eager to improve on sixth place finish this year.
If the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic want her back, Bessie Manu will put off switching to rugby sevens.
The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic squad has a settled look about it and is quickly taking shape for 2015.
With poise and prowess, Melbourne Vixens won their second ANZ championship title.
The memory of 2012's heart-breaking loss to the Magic will drive the core of the Melbourne Vixens team chasing the trans-Tasman netball championship.
Inspirational skipper Casey Kopua has re-signed with the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic.
Lincoln University premier coach Bev Gordon is demanding the Christchurch Netball Centre revisit their franchise player criteria to prevent future issues.
Partner Jim was the only one dancing a jig round Cathrine Latu's house, when Irene van Dyk retired.
Magic shooter Jo Harten shares Most Valuable Player award with NSW Swifts centre Kimberlee Green.
It will be a case of back to the future for Canterbury netball coach Tania Hoffman in this year's NPC.
Jodi Brown remembers with sadness her early exit from the 2006 Commonwealth Games and hopes Glasgow will go better.
Outstanding Magic defender and captain the lone NZer in trans-Tasman netball league All-Stars team.
Canterbury netball legends Julie Seymour and Marg Foster are in the running to coach the Tactix next season.
Tactix goal shoot Mwai Kumwenda has been recognised as the trans-Tasman netball league's best new talent.
The team's season is over, but they will have a stability about them for next year's Trans-Tasman league.
Battle-hardened Firebirds believe lessons learnt against Magic last night will help in grand final.