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Do the two clubs, Balmain and Wests, get on at board level?...I don't know the specifics that go on in the boardroom but you can see by the comments made publicly there is no unity...Elias: I have always said you need a healthy side off the field, as
Sheens survived the first board meeting over his future, but it appears increasingly unlikely that he will be in charge by Monday night. He will face another board meeting where his performance and future will be discussed on Monday, and Elias
The Blues are on the lookout for a new coach after Ricky Stuart announced over the weekend he was stepping down from the role. Reports of Stuart's departure was news to Gallen, who was in Auckland for Cronulla's win over the Warriors on Sunday. "I
Suspicious minds THE corporate puppy dog offered some handy tips yesterday on how people could detect ''suspicious activity''. A regulatory guide published by the Greg Medcraft -chaired Australian Securities and Investments Commission included some
Global and regional zircon demand recovery remains problematic to predict given current global economic conditions,'' Iluka cautioned in its statement to the market as its shares plunged 24 per cent. Iluka managing director David Robb even noted the '
They have a right to know if anyone has been profiteering at their expense If anyone has misled Tigers members and fans for financial gain, they must now be held to account.'' Father and daughter Tigers fans and Balmain residents Alan and Laura
Story continues below Petitioning fans to support development ... former NSW Blues State of Origin player Benny Elias. Photo: Mick Tsikas What Mr Elias has failed to tell fans is that he owns a 50 per cent stake in the company behind the development,
June 12, 2012 Read later True Blue Steve Mortimer, one of the former Blues players to inspire the current crop. Photo: Mick Tsikas NSW coach Ricky Stuart last night invoked the spirit of 1985, inviting members of that pioneering Blues team to present
Story continues below Upset by Meninga's comments during the week that the Blues lacked the mentality to win Origin, Stuart wrote in his Sunday column: "To be honest, I have had a gutful of Queensland's smugness and their fake graciousness in victory.
Story continues below They are pushing for $50,000 a game. "It's like Bon Jovi coming out here singing and the promoters are going to get 90 per cent and you guys have got 10 per cent; there's no way that's going to happen," Elias told AAP on