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The New Zealand Herald
Time for big call - let Mannering sit out Britain testsSimon Mannering clocked up 65 tackles against the Cowboys. Illustration / Rod E
Time for big call - let Mannering sit out Britain tests
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Simon Mannering clocked up 65 tackles against the Cowboys. Illustration / Rod Emmerson A statistic from the Warriors' awful loss to the North Queensland Cowboys made particularly scary reading, and I'm not talking about the scoreboard believe it or... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Rays Keep Eys On Real PrizeTuesday, 25 August 2015, 11:39 amPress Release: New Zealand Rugby League Tuesda
Rays Keep Eys On Real Prize
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
Tuesday, 25 August 2015, 11:39 amPress Release: New Zealand Rugby League Tuesday, August 25, 2015Counties Manukau Stingrays coach Rod Ratu remains philosophical, when looking back on his team’s... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bars could open for 68 hours during Rugby World Cup - health groupThe introduction of a Rugby World Cup booze bill has "undermined the effort to
Bars could open for 68 hours during Rugby World Cup - health group
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
The introduction of a Rugby World Cup booze bill has "undermined the effort to challenge New Zealand's binge drinking culture". Photo / Brett Phibbs, NZ Herald Bars could be able to open for 68 hours straight under a Rugby World Cup booze bill, a... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Bars could open for 68 hours during RWCThe National Public Health Alcohol Working Group is highly critical of the law,
Bars could open for 68 hours during RWC
Otago Daily Times / Posted 5 days ago
The National Public Health Alcohol Working Group is highly critical of the law, which was introduced by Act Party leader David Seymour and has cross-party support. Women's Refuge and health professionals have strongly condemned the law, which will... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rugby league great and Women's Refuge slam Rugby World Cup booze billThe introduction of a Rugby World Cup booze bill has "undermined the effort to
Rugby league great and Women's Refuge slam Rugby World Cup booze bill
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
The introduction of a Rugby World Cup booze bill has "undermined the effort to challenge New Zealand's binge drinking culture". Photo / Brett Phibbs, NZ Herald The sense of triumph surrounding the introduction of a Rugby World Cup booze bill has... Read more
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The North West Star
How the Parramatta Eels blew $52,000 and a chance to cash in on the Hayne planeParramatta have blown a golden opportunity - and $52,000 - by not cashing in on
How the Parramatta Eels blew $52,000 and a chance to cash in on the Hayne plane
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
Parramatta have blown a golden opportunity - and $52,000 - by not cashing in on the phenomenon that is Jarryd Hayne's extraordinary journey towards his NFL dream. Parramatta have blown a golden opportunity – and $52,000 – by not cashing in on the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZ Under-18 fixtures back on after deal reachedNZRL chief executive Phil Holden. Photo / File The New Zealand Under 18s side'
NZ Under-18 fixtures back on after deal reached
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
NZRL chief executive Phil Holden. Photo / File The New Zealand Under 18s side's two test series against the Australian Schoolboys will go ahead after an agreement was reached between the financially strapped New Zealand Rugby league and NRL... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZRL holds on to hopes for school gamesNZRL chief executive Phil Holden. Photo / File The financially strapped New Ze
NZRL holds on to hopes for school games
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
NZRL chief executive Phil Holden. Photo / File The financially strapped New Zealand Rugby League still hopes to revive two Under-18s fixtures against the Australian Schoolboys after cancelling them because of money woes. Two weeks ago, the NZRL... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Rugby League's financial strife ends Australian Schoolboys gamesPhil Holden from the NZRL speaking at a NRL Auckland nines press conference at
New Zealand Rugby League's financial strife ends Australian Schoolboys games
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Phil Holden from the NZRL speaking at a NRL Auckland nines press conference at Eden Park. 16 January 2015. New Zealand Herald photograph by Jason Oxenham. The New Zealand Rugby League's financial position is so dire they cannot afford to send a... Read more
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The North West Star
New Zealand Rugby League's financial strife ends Australian Schoolboys gamesInternational rugby league has been dealt a savage blow after the traditional A
New Zealand Rugby League's financial strife ends Australian Schoolboys games
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
International rugby league has been dealt a savage blow after the traditional Australian Schoolboys fixture, a showcase of the game's best young talent, has been axed because the New Zealand Rugby League can't afford to send a team... Read more
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The North West Star
New Zealand Rugby Leauge's financial strife ends Australian Schoolboys gamesInternational rugby league has been dealt a savage blow after the traditional A
New Zealand Rugby Leauge's financial strife ends Australian Schoolboys games
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
International rugby league has been dealt a savage blow after the traditional Australian Schoolboys fixture, a showcase of the game's best young talent, has been axed because the New Zealand Rugby League can't afford to send a team... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New NRL television deal dire for Kiwi leagueThe Kiwis have been shafted by the new NRL television deal. Photo / Getty Inte
New NRL television deal dire for Kiwi league
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
The Kiwis have been shafted by the new NRL television deal. Photo / Getty International rugby league is again being shafted by the game's self-serving money men. The NRL's new $925 million television deal contains plenty that should please Aussie... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
Nine Network To Pay $685M Over Five Years For National Rugby League TV RightsGyngell says deal is one Nine "cannot afford not to have." HIGH HOPES: In Sydn
Nine Network To Pay $685M Over Five Years For National Rugby League TV Rights
Sports Business Daily / Posted 18 days ago
Gyngell says deal is one Nine "cannot afford not to have." HIGH HOPES: In Sydney, Brad Walter reported optimistic NRL officials "believe they may be able" to secure more than A$2B ($1.48B) in total for the broadcast rights after announcing a record... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Television rights deal victory for supportersFANS are the big winners in the NRL's lucrative new TV rights deal with host br
Television rights deal victory for supporters
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
FANS are the big winners in the NRL's lucrative new TV rights deal with host broadcaster Channel 9, worth close to a billion dollars. NRL boss Dave Smith released details of the new agreement, which will see game two of the State of Origin series... Read more
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Queensland Times
Television rights deal victory for supportersFANS are the big winners in the NRL's lucrative new TV rights deal with host br
Television rights deal victory for supporters
Queensland Times / Posted 18 days ago
FANS are the big winners in the NRL's lucrative new TV rights deal with host broadcaster Channel 9, worth close to a billion dollars. NRL boss Dave Smith released details of the new agreement, which will see game two of the State of Origin series... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Television rights deal victory for supportersFANS are the big winners in the NRL's lucrative new TV rights deal with host br
Television rights deal victory for supporters
Daily Examiner / Posted 18 days ago
FANS are the big winners in the NRL's lucrative new TV rights deal with host broadcaster Channel 9, worth close to a billion dollars. NRL boss Dave Smith released details of the new agreement, which will see game two of the State of Origin series... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
NZRL snubbed over Anzac Test dumpingManu Vatuvei celebrates a try during the Anzac test against the Kangaroos this
NZRL snubbed over Anzac Test dumping
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
Manu Vatuvei celebrates a try during the Anzac test against the Kangaroos this year. As of 4.50pm the NZRL had heard nothing from the NRL about a television schedule from 2018 that effectively kills off the Anzac Test - a crucial revenue driver for... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Anzac test gets axedManu Vatuvei celebrates a try during the Anzac test against the Kangaroos. A p
Anzac test gets axed
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
Manu Vatuvei celebrates a try during the Anzac test against the Kangaroos. A press release from the NRL trumpeting a $A925 million ($NZ1 billion) deal with free-to-air broadcaster Channel 9 confirmed the second State of Origin match will be played... Read more
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NZCity
Lomax to plead not guilty to blackmailConstruction union official and former New Zealand rugby league international J
Lomax to plead not guilty to blackmail
NZCity / Posted 24 days ago
Construction union official and former New Zealand rugby league international John Lomax will plead not guilty to blackmail allegations. Lomax's lawyer John Agius told the ACT Magistrates Court his client would enter a plea of not guilty to one... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Napier may join the race to host WarriorsNew Zealand Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle at the NRL team's base in Auckla
Napier may join the race to host Warriors
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
New Zealand Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle at the NRL team's base in Auckland Another NRL match could be played in Napier next year as the New Zealand Warriors consider a venue for the one home game the club expects to play away from its base at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rebellion talk way off mark, Warriors bossNew Zealand Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle at the NRL team's base in Auckla
Rebellion talk way off mark, Warriors boss
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
New Zealand Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle at the NRL team's base in Auckland. Photo / Greg Bowker NRL clubs may have grievances over how league is being run but Warriors managing director Jim Doyle says talk of a second Super League-type... Read more

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