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    A new pay deal has reportedly been agreed to between Netball Australia and the players' association, following an ugly dispute lasting two months

    A new pay deal has reportedly been agreed to between Netball Australia and the players' association, following an ugly dispute lasting two months


    The revised Collective Player Agreement will run through to September 2026 after the nine-week dispute.

    Players will receive an 11 per cent increase on base salaries over three years, three per cent annually on private health insurance contributions and back pay from October 1st - the day the athletes became unpaid.

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     22 Feb: Our largest airline and airport are warning tougher times lie ahead
     22 Feb: Concern for farmer suppliers, as Synlait Milk grapples with financial difficulties
     22 Feb: Port users shifting from Tauranga to Auckland has helped Port of Auckland to an underlying net profit after tax of 21.2 million dollars
     22 Feb: The Government's urging our national carrier and largest airport to get back around the table, to settle their latest public stoush
     22 Feb: Synlait Milk is warning of a potential net loss in its half year results
     Top Stories

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    No excuses for Levi Aumua as he prepares for his Crusaders debut in tomorrow's Super Rugby season opener against the Chiefs in Hamilton More...


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    The Warehouse Group is selling off outdoor brand Torpedo7 for one-dollar to a consortium of business people More...



     Today's News

    Accident and Emergency:
    A light plane has crash landed at Masterton's Hood Aerodrome - the only occupant, the pilot, is uninjured 14:07

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors have missed out on securing the signature of Sharks prop Braden Hamlin-Uele  13:47

    Rugby:
    No excuses for Levi Aumua as he prepares for his Crusaders debut in tomorrow's Super Rugby season opener against the Chiefs in Hamilton 13:37

    Netball:
    Northern Mystics coach Tia Winikerei will not apply for the Silver Ferns coaching job 13:37

    International:
    Carl Lewis likens World Athletics' radical long jump idea to April Fools' joke 13:07

    Law and Order:
    Two men aged 18-and -19 have been arrested - accused of a phishing scam sending millions of texts impersonating trusted establishments 13:07

    Business:
    The Warehouse Group is selling off outdoor brand Torpedo7 for one-dollar to a consortium of business people 12:27

    Business:
    The Warehouse Group has sold off outdoor brand, Torpedo7, to Tahua Partners for one-dollar 11:57

    Golf:
    Tiger Woods's 15-year-old son Charlie to compete in pre-qualifier for US PGA Tour event 11:17

    Business:
    Our largest airline and airport are warning tougher times lie ahead 11:07


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