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".
Well-known Canterbury sports figure Darryl Hawker had hoped to get one more week to prove his body wrong but it wasn't to be. Barry Clarke caught up with him in the days leading up to his death on Wednesday night.
New Zealand Rugby boss Mark Robinson has confirmed the organisation is in talks for the All Blacks to face the Kangaroos in an historical cross-code clash.
A few more nights like this, and Stephen Kearney's reign as Warriors coach will be in serious trouble.
For all the incredible things professional athletes are capable of, every so often they'll produce a moment of madness.
The Massetti Cup men’s premiership and Canterbury Cup premier reserves competitions will get under way on June 20.
Kiwis playmaker Benji Marshall has been sent home from a West Tigers training session today over a bio-security breach.
The unfancied Warriors relaunched their season with a stunning 18-0 demolition job on the St George-Illawarra Dragons yesterday.
The Warriors' plans to fly into Australia in time for the start of NRL pre-season training has been quashed, putting the league's May 28 resumption date in serious doubt.
ACT leader Andrew Barr has warned Canberra's ability to train or play NRL in the capital appears a long way off.