The National Indigenous Times Newspaper.

A+ A A-

Ferguson can be in Origin mix: Daley

NSW coach Laurie Daley says he'll consider controversial Blake Ferguson for the Blues State of Origin defence next year if he's back and playing well.

Ferguson has started pre-season with the Sydney Roosters after being cleared to train by the NRL following 18 months out of Rugby League for a series of alcohol-related behavioural issues.

While he is yet to receive the green light to resume playing, the 24 year old has undergone counselling as part of an NRL-approved rehabilitation program since being found guilty of indecent...

 

More of this story can be read in the Print Edition, or subscribe online now. Receive full access to this article and also a years subscription to the Print Edition.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:08

Hits: 307

Barba confident demons won't resurface

Star Cronulla recruit Ben Barba has revealed he thought he may have to switch codes from the NRL after being cut loose by Brisbane.

But the game-breaking back is confident the off-field demons that blighted him during his time with Canterbury won't re-emerge after returning to Sydney.

The Sharks will play Barba at five-eighth, rather than at fullback where he made his name and won the 2012 Dally Medal with Canterbury, as coach Shane Flanagan said they already have one of the best fullbacks in the competition in Michael...

 

More of this story can be read in the Print Edition, or subscribe online now. Receive full access to this article and also a years subscription to the Print Edition.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:07

Hits: 239

Latest Issue











nit20141217p001Issue 389 nit20141217p026

Rally call goes out for an Invasion Day protest in Canberra



 








The multi-award winning National Indigenous Times is an independent newspaper and receives no government funding whatsoever. Thus, we rely entirely on advertising and subscriptions to survive, and hope you'll consider subscribing to NIT's print edition as well as the online version of our paper. Our new and improved website now contains stories and photos, you can even interact by providing feed back on articles in the your say section. We have a new video module where you can watch relevant videos sourced from all over Australia.

There is also the option of advertising online with high impact positions on the various pages and the ability to "click through" to the advertisers website. Our new website is fast and effective and as always if you advertise in the print edition you will be uploaded to our online jobs section as an added bonus. So contact our sales team now via our website or give us a call on 1300 786 611, we will be happy to structure a package that meets your advertising needs and budget.

External links are provided for reference purposes. National Indigenous Times is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites. All rights reserved.

Login or Register