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  • NRL steps up its Voice Against Violence


    The NRL today unveiled a series of additional resources in a continued and united resolve to stand up, speak out and take action against domestic violence.

  • Students Welcome the Bulldogs


    The students of Brandon Intermediate School have welcomed the Bulldogs in true New Zealand style.

  • Bulldogs Recognised for Community Efforts


    The Bulldogs were nationally recognised this week by the Sydney Morning Herald for their community program that centred around a new multi-cultural approach in 2016.

  • The Kids Say No


    The Kids Say No Program was created by Senior Constable Danny Kidd from Belmore PCYC.

  • Bulldogs Undertake GOL Program


    Five young Bulldogs players have started to plan for life away from the footy field with a Graduates of League orientation session at the Australian Catholic University (Strathfield campus).

  • VIDEO: Community Carnival Wrap


    Earlier in the week, Bulldogs players took the NRL's Wellbeing message to their local community.

  • Bulldogs to Launch Community Programme

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    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will use tonight’s launch of their 2016 season to highlight details of their most comprehensive community programme to date.

  • Dogs a hit taking message to schools


    Bulldogs players Josh Morris, Greg Eastwood and Graham Clark were a smash hit with kids from Condell Park Public School on Monday as they took the NRL's Wellbeing message to their local community.

  • Morris tackles NRL Wellbeing


    Centre Josh Morris today joined fellow teammates in the local community visiting schools and delivering key NRL messages.

  • Community Carnival Day Three


    Day three saw the Bulldogs ambassadors crash Duranbah to promote the importance of having a dream to local students. caught up with Michael Lichaa on the road to get his thoughts on the day.

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