Rugby League Players Association boss David Garnsey has described ASADA’s requirements for players to try and escape suspension as inequitable and unreasonable.
Now past and present Cronulla players have been issued with show cause orders the onus is on them to essentially disprove ASADA’s provisional findings. It is a “hand on heart” finding by ASADA indicating that they believe the players have committed a doping rule violation. The show cause notice asks the players to reply to their initial finding,
The offer on the table appears too good to be true: a backdated one-year ban, which means you miss precious little footy and some of the pre-season sandhills?
Sharks players could receive three-week bans following a deal offered by ASADA.
An angry Barack Obama has called on governments and people from across the Middle East to unite to “extract” the “cancer” that is the Islamic State.
Private health insurance customers are being given preferential treatment at certain GP clinics in a trial that poses a threat to universal healthcare, a Senate inquiry has heard.
The New York Post has provoked outrage in the US by publishing a graphic image of American journalist James Foley about to be executed on its front page.
Guangzhou Evergrande coach sensationally stormed out of a media conference following their shock 1-0 loss to the Wanderers.
AFP say they've received no request from their PNG counterparts to trace or interview expatriate suspects in the murder of Iranian asylum-seeker Reza Barati on Manus Island.
Mental health crisis inside detention centre on Christmas Island is now taking its toll on those who guard the asylum seekers.