Peter Hanlon Melbourne forward Liam Jurrah is in police custody in Alice Springs after allegedly being involved in a violent incident on Wednesday night.
AFL player Liam Jungarai Jurrah has been granted bail after being accused in Alice Springs of taking part in a machete attack.
Peter Hanlon Melbourne footballers hail Dean Bailey for his honesty, kindness and care in always putting others before himself.
Peter Hanlon Dean Bailey had a special bond with Melbourne's indigenous players.
Martin Flanagan At the end of the day, coaches are like cooks, writes Martin Flanagan.
Samantha Lane Grant Thomas says league lacks clear policy to deal with players who face criminal charges.
Martin Flanagan Demons fan Penny Mackieson says women stick during the hard times - it's a nurturing thing.
Jonathan Horn Nurturing indigenous players in Victoria is vital, but is it all starting to go wrong?
Former Melbourne half-forward Liam Jurrah has reportedly been held in custody in Alice Springs overnight after a series of alleged assaults.
Former AFL player Liam Jurrah will be locked up over Easter after being charged with four counts of aggravated assault in Alice Springs.
Jake Niall It's not just crowds, but also clubs that have come a long way in embracing indigenous players.
Former AFL player Liam Jurrah will spend another six weeks behind bars after being jailed over an assault on a woman outside a 24-hour store in Alice Springs.
Jon Pierik Former Melbourne forward Liam Jurrah will be welcomed back into the AFL once he has served his jail sentence.
Matt Murnane Neeld declared, 'I simply want to coach the team that is the hardest to play against in the AFL'.
Ian Munro, Alice Springs Three-day hearing will decide if AFL footballer Liam Jurrah will be committed for trial.
Jake Niall Melbourne takes the radical step of putting contract discussions with 11 players on hold until mid-October, as the club delays decisions on players' futures until it has entered the free agency and...
Chloe Saltau Retired Demon Brad Green looms as a potential 'top-up' target for Greater Western Sydney.
Jon Pierik Melbourne vows to be major player during trade and free agency periods and calls on supporters to help.
AAP If Olympic athletes can perform half a world away, Melbourne players ought to be able to improve the AFL club's sorry interstate record, coach Mark Neeld believes.
Martin Flanagan Liam Jurrah's season appears to be over after reports emerged today that he has left Victoria and is living with relatives in Adelaide.