Is identical pay for men's and women's sports enough in the strive for equality? – Yahoo New Zealand News

U.S. Women’s National Team legend Mia Hamm spoke to Yahoo Sports about the importance of equal pay across men’s and women’s soccer and why it is such a pivotal thing to pursue, but may not be enough to achieve true equality across the sport. Mia joined Yahoo Sports on behalf of TIAA to promote the importance of gender equality in retirement. Learn more about how TIAA is working to encourage pay equality in sport by visiting www.retireinequality.com.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has spoken of his relief and joy at the release of economist Sean Turnell after he spent almost two years in a Myanmar jail.Professor Turnell and his wife Ha Vu were honoured in the House of Representatives during Question Time on Thursday, receiving a standing ovation from the MPs in attendance.
The body of a teenager who had been missing in Queensland's remote north has been found, with a report to be prepared for the coroner.Tea Wright-Finger, 19, was last seen in a blue Toyota Prado near Richmond, roughly 500km west of Townsville, on October 16.
Women are being encouraged to apply for expeditioner roles with the Australian Antarctic Division as the organisation aims to increase diversity at its remote outposts.The division on Thursday opened recruitment for some 150 positions, ranging from chefs and plumbers to aerodrome managers, at Australia's Antarctic and sub-Antarctic stations for 2023/24.
Taking Sydney's $5 billion second harbour tunnel underground will deliver economic and environmental benefits, the NSW government says.The decision to burrow the Western Harbour Tunnel under the sea floor, rather than dropping the tunnel onto it, was revealed on Thursday.
A Melbourne TAFE will pay $33 million to aspiring commercial pilots who claimed an aviation course didn't give them the skills or knowledge they needed to be licensed.A settlement was reached between students who enrolled in the Box Hill Institute course between December 2015 and March 2020.
Five people have been taken to hospital after a cruise ship with an outbreak of COVID-19 on board arrived in Melbourne.A woman in her 80s, a woman and man in their 60s and another patient were all taken to hospital in a stable condition.
Hundreds of accounts being used by overseas criminals to transfer money from Australian child victims of sexual exploitation have been frozen by police and the anti-money laundering watchdog.The Australian Federal Police says the 500 bank, financial service and cryptocurrency accounts were used to transfer funds from victims, mainly boys aged 15 to 17, to criminals offshore.
Convicted firebugs may be electronically monitored in South Australia this summer.State parliament has passed new laws allowing police to apply to a magistrate for an order to monitor the movements of bushfire offenders during the fire danger season.
Chinese newspapers have turned their front pages black and flags were put at half-mast in mourning for the death of former president Jiang Zemin, whose death has prompted a wave of nostalgia for the more liberal times he oversaw.Jiang died in his home city of Shanghai just after noon on Wednesday of leukaemia and multiple organ failure.
Asian equities have jumped as investors poured into risky assets after Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell opened the door to a slowdown in the pace of monetary tightening.In an eagerly-awaited speech, Powell said the central bank could scale back the pace of its interest rate hikes "as soon as December", but cautioned that the fight against inflation was far from over.
Neil Robertson has safely negotiated a passage through to the next round of the Scottish Open, but Ronnie O'Sullivan has tumbled out of the snooker tournament in Edinburgh.4 Robertson defeated Joe Perry 4-1 at Meadowbank Sports Centre to advance from the second round.
A pregnant mother who had a concrete block thrown at her in a "senseless" attack in suburban Perth is fighting for her life.Diane Miller remains in a critical condition in intensive care at Royal Perth Hospital, having suffered a heart attack when the brick was thrown through the window of her car at a shopping centre in Karawara on Tuesday night.
South Australia intends to help businesses prove their credentials as consumers demand more sustainable and environmentally friendly products.A new lab is being set up in Adelaide to support environmental, social and governance (ESG) risk assessment and reporting.
Removing a condom without consent, or stealthing, will be treated as rape as part of the Queensland government's overhaul of sexual violence legislation.Attorney-General Shannon Fentiman made the commitment as part of the government's response to the second and final Hear her Voice report, tabled in parliament on Thursday.
Bushfire season has officially begun in Australia, and despite copping a drenching from La Nina the country could still see devastating burns.NSW is facing its most significant grassfire risk in a decade, with two years of rain creating conditions for "prolific vegetation growth".
BHP is positioning for more than a "super cycle" from demand growth for materials to build new energy and cleaner industry.Treasurer Jim Chalmers is focused on critical minerals and extracting more value for Australia from local processing and Resources Minister Madeleine King is backing rising demand for lithium, cobalt, graphite and rare earth elements.
Floodwaters surging down the Murray River and set to inundate thousands of properties in South Australia have slowed, giving communities at risk more time to prepare.The first peak, when flows will rise to about 175 gigalitres a day, is now expected to reach Renmark on about December 14, about two weeks later than first forecast.
The local share market has started the month off with a bang, rallying after Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell declared that smaller interest rate hikes could begin this month.The benchmark S&P;/ASX200 index was on track for its best day in three weeks at noon AEDT on Thursday, up 62.
A man who fatally dropped a six-month-old baby on its head could have been an NRL star before he started taking the drug ice, his stepfather has told a NSW court.George Cox says his stepson Jie Smith had been a quiet, promising young footballer in Gunnedah before moving to Newcastle to try out for the Knights.
A judge has granted bail to NSW Police Minister Paul Toole's brother because he is being kept in "unacceptable" confinement due to his sibling's public status while facing drug charges.The high-profile nature of 39-year-old Joshua Toole's older brother, who is also the deputy premier, meant he was being kept in segregation for 23 hours a day since being charged in October, the NSW Supreme Court heard on Thursday.

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