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THERE'S little doubt the Newcastle Knights 2012 campaign was a disappointment; some critics may even say a failure, but the lessons learnt over the course of the season should ensure the players will not repeat the same mistakes this year.
SEVERAL clubs have confirmed via statements this morning that they have been mentioned in the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) report into Drugs in Sport.
THE Newcastle Knights have brought former player Anthony Quinn back to the Club after signing him on a one-year contract for season 2013.
NEWCASTLE Knights' auditors Crosbie Warren Sinclair has today released a statement clarifying some misleading assumptions reported in the media about the current audit being undertaken to meet the requirements of the Knights take over and the reporting pr
THE media has alerted the Hunter Sports Group that the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is taking action against the Newcastle Knights and the Newcastle Jets.
THE Newcastle Knights are pleased to announce Willie Mason has signed a two-year extension with his hometown Club.
IT has today been announced that Newcastle Knights hooker Danny Buderus has accepted a collision coach role with the Canberra Brumbies for the 2013 Super Rugby Season. INCLUDES NRL STATEMENT.
THE Newcastle Knights kicked off their 2013
THE Knights did show some good signs in season 2012 - especially in the latter half, which will no doubt give their fans plenty of cause for optimism in 2013.
FOLLOWING the Newcastle Knights
THE Newcastle Knights will unveil a unique Kokoda Spirit Award at tomorrow night
THE Hunter Ports Newcastle Knights are pleased to announce the signing of New Zealand International David Fa
THE Hunter Ports Newcastle Knights is pleased to announce the signing of New Zealand international Jeremy Smith on a three-year deal following his release from the Cronulla Sharks.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have secured top four finish ahead of the 2012 finals series with a 18-6 victory over the Knights at Hunter Stadium in front of 24,127 fans
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have given the 14,191 fans at Brookvale Oval a wonderful display of points with a 42-20 victory over the Newcastle Knights.