A campaign to correct online gender bias and change the way the world sees the feats of sportswomen is scooping awards and fixing the internet.
Things have come full circle for Phoenix forward Emma Main
Almost a third more Kiwi eyeballs were glued to women’s sport in the past year, proving the worth of hosting three World Cups. But how do sports maintain the momentum? Suzanne McFadden reports.
Football, netball, cricket and rugby – it's all on for Kiwi women's sports teams across the globe this weekend. Merryn Anderson gives the lowdown on all the Ferns action.
An unfortunate run of injuries for a teammate gave footballer Brianna Edwards an opportunity to prove herself in goal. Now the keeper is bringing her new confidence to the Football Ferns.
Hannah Wilkinson, athlete and artist, believes the Football Ferns could have created World Cup history by keeping their shape. And she tells Suzanne McFadden about the shape the women’s game is left in, and how she's giving back to NZ.
As Spain defeats England 1-nil to triumph at the FIFA Women's World Cup, Sarah Cowley Ross marvels at the tournament's success and the privilege of hosting three World Cups in this country.
The Detail podcast brings you the issues behind the news every weekday. Here's what we covered this week.
Spain are through to the FIFA Women’s World Cup final for the first time after a thriller last match in Aotearoa – the tournament’s success a revelation for Suzanne McFadden.
How do we keep football's new fans interested – and invested – in the sport?
The days of NZ's biggest global party are almost over – and stadium chiefs' grandest dreams have already been met, writes Merryn Anderson
LockerRoom chews over the big numbers still to come in the final stages of the FIFA Women's World Cup.