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  • NRL Breaks the Silence Around Mental Health


    The NRL today announced a three year partnership with some of Australia’s leading mental health organisations as part its State of Mind campaign, which aims to reduce stigma around mental illness and encourage people to seek help by improving mental health literacy.

  • Raiders v Bulldogs Preview


    The Raiders and the Bulldogs meet in the first Origin-affected round of the season on Sunday afternoon in Canberra.

  • Morris Stoked for Dogs Debutants


    Blues centre Josh Morris has run the eye over his fellow Bulldogs, NSW rookies Josh Jackson and David Klemmer, and he can't wait to see what each brings to the Origin arena on Wednesday night.

  • Pearce Looking Forward to New Combination


    New South Wales five-eight Mitchell Pearce has spoken to the media inside the blues camp about his combination with the Trent Hodkinson, as well as the debutants Josh Jackson and David Klemmer.

  • Pritchard Ready to lead from the Front


    Frank Pritchard has spoken with ahead of Sunday's clash with the Canberra Raiders about the importance of the week, his role in the team and how Des has been around the group this week.

  • Buzzing Bulldogs to draw from Recent Experiences


    The aftermath from the Bulldogs infamous clash with the Rabbitohs has seen injuries and suspensions run rampant through the club ever since, though prop Aiden Tolman remains hopeful they can draw positives from the recent chaos.

  • Laurie Daley Origin Press Conference


    NSW Coach Laurie Daley has spoken with the media to discuss his team, the halves, the rookies and the phone call he made to Josh Reynolds.

  • Austin Ready to Match Reynolds's Energy


    After being dropped from Laurie Daley's NSW team to face Queensland next week, Bulldogs five-eighth Josh Reynolds will be looking to bounce back with plenty of energy, according to City Origin halves partner and direct opponent this weekend, Blake Austin.

  • Round 11 Workscene Injury Report


    Head Physiotherapist James Rahme chats to about the injuries surrounding the club.

  • Last Time We Met: Round 15, 2014


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs got their season back on track with a 22-14 win over the Canberra Raiders in front of 10,873 fans who braved the chilly conditions at GIO Stadium.

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