Passport and visa issues last year delayed the Jamaican team's departure and led to the first two tests in Hamilton being scrapped.
The Tactix are sitting top of the ANZ Premiership table after a comprehensive 17-goal victory over the Magic in Christchurch, thanks in part to some fresh faces in the squad.
The Netball World Cup is four months away but Silver Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua feels she needs a lift in the playing level currently being displayed.
The Northern Stars have made Elle Temu's 50th match one to remember with a record win thanks to a lights-out performance from shooter Maia Wilson.
Leading at every break, the Stars were always in the box seat for a commanding 66-47 win over the Magic at Trustpower Baypark Arena in Tauranga.
The Northern Mystics have opened their ANZ Premiership season with a record-breaking 64-38 hammering of the Southern Steel in Auckland.
A new year means exciting new players - and opportunities for established stars to once again shine.
Fiji and Scotland have looked to the 2022 ANZ Premiership champs for World Cup inspiration during pre-season.
Silver Ferns' coach Dame Noeline Taurua says fitness shouldn't be a barrier for returning defenders Karin Burger and Jane Watson getting selected.
The influential pair capped a defining year to become the first joint winners of the Dame Lois Muir Supreme Award.
Cash-strapped Netball Australia's facing a $15 million shortfall.
The Silver Ferns and Australian Diamonds will play their fourth and final Test on Sunday night in the Gold Coast.
Grace Nweke's flawless performance, along with a crucial 7-2 run in the third quarter, saw the Silver Ferns go up 2-0 in the four-Test Constellation Cup series.
An emphatic 11-goal run in the opening quarter ensured the Silver Ferns made Dame Noeline Taurua's 50th Test in charge of the side a memorable one.
The promising 19-year-old Central Pulse netballer has just been called up for the Tall Ferns' basketball tour of Australia.
The Kiwi shooters missed just three of their 78 shots in the 75-35 win as Jamaica's starting seven ran out of gas after a rough week.
Jamaica's coach Connie Francis - who may have to play tonight - vowed the situation "will never happen again".
After getting caught up in the moment during her first national anthem as a Silver Fern, the defender came out and had a blinder for her family and country.
The Silver Ferns put on a relentless display across the entire court to win the first Taini Jamison Trophy Test comfortably in Auckland.