Melbourne Demons

No red for Demons, they're in the black ... again

Melbourne reports a $562,000 profit for the 2014-15 financial year.

Guide to the draft: part 2

On the Bulldogs' radar: Darcy Tucker.

Emma Quayle   Club-by-club guide to the AFL national draft: part 2. What your club has, what it needs and who it could be looking at.

Peter Jackson recommits to Demons

Melbourne CEO Peter Jackson.

Caroline Wilson   Peter Jackson, the veteran club chief executive seconded to rebuild Melbourne in 2013, has recommitted to the Demons for another two seasons.

Finals return not beyond Dees, says Jones

Wall game: Demons captain Nathan Jones features on Hosier Lane.

Daniel Cherny   Melbourne captain Nathan Jones has put finals football on the agenda, declaring a return to the top eight in 2016 is not "too far out of reach".

Demons launch new logo

Melbourne's new logo on a coffee cup.

Daniel Cherny   Melbourne football club are on Thursday launching a new logo with a city-wide campaign involving free coffee and water.

Demons set to record stronger profit

Melbourne boast some of the best young talent in the competition.

Caroline Wilson   Not so long ago an AFL basket case, the Melbourne Football Club will record another strong profit this year and buck the trend of mounting debt that continues to spread across the competition.

Dees cut Michie from senior list

Viv Michie

Ronny Lerner   Melbourne have delisted Viv Michie on Tuesday but intend to redraft the midfielder as a rookie later this month.

Dogs lobby AFL as only one women's game makes fixture

Players line up for the cameras before the women's exhibition match played in June.

Samantha Lane   The Western Bulldogs have asked the AFL to find a home for a second women's game against Melbourne next season, after the clubs leading the code-transforming push were drawn to meet just once.

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Demons and Tigers to play Anzac eve

Flying start: key forward Jesse Hogan celebrates after kicking a goal.

Caroline Wilson   Melbourne have scored a major victory with their playing schedule next season, having convinced the AFL to reprise their Anzac eve clash against Richmond at the MCG.

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Melbourne's bold plunge into the draft

Melbourne have taken a huge plunge into the national draft.

Emma Quayle, Michael Gleeson and Jake Niall   Melbourne has made a bold plunge into this year's draft, gambling on their improvement in 2016 by using their future first round pick to secure two top 10 selections this year.

Four-way deal sends Howe to Pies

Jeremy Howe is off to Collingwood.

Michael Gleeson, Emma Quayle   High flying Melbourne forward Jeremy Howe has finally been traded to Collingwood after a four-way deal was completed Monday.

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Jeremy Howe wants to join Collingwood

Jeremy Howe.

Michael Gleeson   Melbourne forward Jeremy Howe wants to play for Collingwood next year.

Fremantle starts warming to Bennell trade

Deal could still be some days away: Harley Bennell.

Emma Quayle and Michael Gleeson   A meeting between Fremantle coach Ross Lyon and Harley Bennell has helped ease some of the Dockers' nerves about taking the midfielder on.

Garland re-signs with Melbourne

Colin Garland is staying with Melbourne.

Larissa Nicholson   Colin Garland has re-signed at Melbourne and will remain a Demon until the end of 2018.

Trengove back in the running

Make or break: Jack Trengove faces a tough year as he returns from a foot injury.

Jon Pierik   Acknowledging the ruthless business that is the AFL, football's forgotten man Jack Trengove understands next season may be his last unless his problematic foot can heal quickly enough for him to play consistent football.

How The Great McCarthy came to life

Illustration: Mick Connolly

Peter Hanlon   In his famous Australian novel, Barry Oakley saw football's future.

Bombers 'extremely disappointed' as Melksham exits

Departing Essendon: Midfielder Jake Melksham.

Larissa Nicholson   Jake Melksham will leave Essendon in a move the club has labelled extremely disappointing.

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Demons delist four players

Jack Fitzpatrick has been let go by the Demons.

Daniel Cherny   Impatient after a ninth consecutive year without finals football, Melbourne have moved on fringe quartet Aidan Riley, Jack Fitzpatrick, Jordie McKenzie and Rohan Bail.

Does Watts deserve one more chance?

Jack Watts: In the gun?

Matt Murnane   Melbourne has given Jack Watts plenty of chances, some supporters might say too many, but maybe they should give him one more.

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Howe long to wait on a contract?

Jack Watts may not be with the Demons in 2016.

Michael Gleeson and Matt Murnane   Melbourne forward Jeremy Howe's first choice would be to remain at Melbourne and he is still waiting on a contract offer from the Demons, according to his manager Ben Niall.

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