The Canterbury league community is mourning the death of Bill Whitehead QSM, who passed away on Friday, aged 89.
Ged Stokes' former league teammates caught up at a Christchurch pub recently to talk about the glory days and, in a way, toast the late former Kiwis prop and father of England cricket star Ben.
Kiwis and Canterbury league legend Pat Smith’s legacy has extended to another generation with his great-grandson signing a deal with the Canterbury Bulldogs.
The rebuilding Canterbury Bulls are already in danger of missing this year’s grand final after copping a hiding from Counties Manukau but their coach says they will better this weekend.
The Canterbury Bulls start their national premiership campaign against Counties Manukau on Saturday.
Alex Todd is familiar with laying foundations on and off the field - so it is still business as usual for the Linwood Keas stalwart as he eyes another rugby league title with the Canterbury Bulls.
As a mother of five, Hana Kakoi is accustomed to laying down the law - but she found it more difficult to keep adults in line or out of the Linwood Keas’ home ground.
The Northern Bulldogs would equal Canterbury’s feat in the 1993 provincial rugby league final win over Auckland if they can snap recent Linwood’s dominance of the Massetti Cup.
Telstra has made a sensational u-turn in its decision to force out the Warriors' main sponsor - less than 24 hours after it was revealed that Vodafone would not be permitted to sponsor the...
Todd Payten has set his sights on coaching North Queensland after turning down the Warriors' offer to lead the Auckland-based NRL club full-time.
Sonny Bill Williams has broken his silence about his return to the Sydney Roosters, saying he's "excited" by the challenge of playing in the NRL again.
Longtime Canterbury rugby league servants Frank Endacott and Gary Clarke have been recognised again for their service to the code.
Sonny Bill Williams' lucrative deal with the Toronto Wolfpack could be in jeopardy, with visa issues threatening to derail the Canadian rugby league club's future.
The Warriors have won the Battle of the Bottom to show that their spirit is well and truly alive, even if other parts of their game are not so healthy.
Star Media editor in chief Barry Clarke says goodbye to a league legend and "true servant to Canterbury sport".