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THE CRL's third Bush Telegraph of the year - highlighting the 2014 Community Carnival, Greater Northern Rugby League Academy Squad, entertainment at the Festival of Indigenous Rugby League, plus confirmed Country NSW NRL trials.
THE CRL's second Bush Telegraph of the year - highlighting the Rugby League Expo on the Central Coast, West Wyalong Knockout and the Festival of Indigenous Rugby League to held in Newcastle.
THE Indigenous All Stars have claimed the 2013 Rugby League All Stars with a 32-6 victory over the NRL All Stars at Suncorp Stadium in front of 41,021 fans.
THE annual All Stars match kicks off on February 9th at Suncorp Stadium. After rounds of voting the general public has voted for their favourite players to represent the NRL All Stars and Indigenous All Stars.
JOEL Thompson has continued his outstanding off-field work this year by recently graduating with a Certificate 2 in Indigenous Leadership.
A wonderful NRL initiative and the most inspiring event on the NRL calendar, Close the Gap Round not only highlights the issue around life expectancy rates amongst Indigenous Australians, but helps create cultural awareness.
THE NRL celebrates "Close the Gap" Round this week, raising awareness for a range of Indigenous health and welfare issues. Today we have the teamsheets for the weekend ahead, Round 22 of the 2012 Telstra Premiership.
THE University of Sydney, South Sydney Football Club and Souths Cares will work together to encourage and support young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the South Sydney region.
A magical tonight of Rugby League on the Gold Coast with the NRL All Stars going back-to-back with a 36-28 victory over the passionate Indigenous All Stars
ALL the results as they're available for week one of NRL trial action for 2012.
ALL the lineups as they become available for this weekend's first batch of pre-season NRL trials!
THE Canberra Raiders Indigenous All-Stars have rallied behind the Close the Gap Round this weekend, to highlight the social issues that lead to a tragic gap in life expectancy between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the rest of Australia'
TWO lucky sides competing in the 2011 Koori Cup will earn the right to play at the Sydney Football Stadium prior to the NRL blockbuster between the Wests Tigers and St George Illawarra Dragons as
THE Townsville leg of the Learn Earn Legend! Indigenous Youth Summits, hosted by the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, will be held on Wednesday.
THE 2011 NRL All Stars squad has today been unveiled with over 37,000 fans taking part in the selection process. Plus, Inglis and Thaiday withdraw from Indigenous All Stars side.