NRL announce changes to the rules for 2019
No more dawdling by players sent to the sin bin is just one of the rule changes to be brought in for 2019. Do you like the changes to the rules?
NRL unveils five new Immortals
The NRL tonight announced the induction into the NRL Immortals of three players from pre-World War II and two post war players.
NRL secures agreement with Victorian government
The NRL has secured a seven-year deal with the Victorian Government which will see a number of major events played out of Melbourne.
NRL supports revised stadia plan
The NRL supports the Government's revised stadia strategy which will see the new stadiums built at Parramatta and Moore Park and a refurbishment of the Sydney Olympic Park stadium.
NRL launches strategic plan
The NRL today launched its Strategic Plan for 2018-22, a blueprint which will set up the game's long-term future including expansion into areas such as Perth, Country New South Wales, New Zealand and Ipswich.
NRL Holden Women’s Premiership teams announced
The Brisbane Broncos, St George Illawarra Dragons, Sydney Roosters and New Zealand Warriors have been named as the teams that will compete as part of the inaugural NRL Holden Women’s Premiership in 2018.
NRL unveils new Immortals and Hall of Fame programs
NRL Chief Executive Todd Greenberg has announced that up to two additional Immortals will be chosen in 2018, while another six retired stars of the game will be inducted into a new Hall of Fame.
New NRL radio rights deal
More fans will be able to listen to live rugby league than ever before following the confirmation of a new five-year radio rights deal.