Brad Walter The NRL increased its profit tenfold last season to $50 million. At Monday's annual general meeting, it will outline plans as to how the money will be used to enhance the game.
Brad Walter The NRL is considering assisting clubs to recruit players from outside the competition - even if they can't fit them in their salary cap.
One of the NRL's most feared figures leaves after 18 years of keeping clubs in check.
Glenn Jackson With the long-awaited review into the NRL salary cap nearing its completion, long-time auditor Ian Schubert has resigned.
Glenn Jackson The end of an era ushers in the dawn of a new one. After long-time salary-cap auditor Ian Schubert steps down, the NRL's integrity unit will oversee the policing of the cap next year and into the...
Michael Chammas Roosters will wait until after the season to decide if Luke O'Donnell will stay.
Adrian Proszenko The NRL is considering allowing players to effectively be free agents at all times as part of a widespread review of the salary cap.
Glenn Jackson Proposed changes to the NRL salary cap in time for next season, possibly including the introduction of a transfer window, are set to be finalised in a matter of weeks.
Steve Mascord Rather than blaming the salary cap for the inequalities of this year's NRL, maybe we should look at the sudden rise in the cap and the lack of foresight regarding the impact of that rise.
Brad Walter Wests Tigers' bid to give boom halfback Luke Brooks his NRL debut against Parramatta on Friday night might have hit another hurdle, with the club also needing a second-tier salary cap exemption for...
Adrian Proszenko Transfer windows and fees will be considered for players seeking a compassionate release as part of a review of the salary-cap system, NRL chief operating officer Jim Doyle says.
Glenn Jackson Wests Tigers are set to blood youngster Luke Brooks against St George Illawarra on Saturday after the club sought and gained an exemption from the NRL to do so.
Lee Gaskin Raiders chairman John McIntyre describes it as the ''biggest rollercoaster ride'' of Canberra's 32 seasons.
SET OF SIX
Steve Mascord Three games on the final day of the regular season exposed an unintended benefit of the second-tier salary cap.
Glenn Jackson Over the space of a 24-hour period, two players who did not play in the NRL highlighted the inadequacies of the league's salary cap system.
Michael Caryannis, Adrian Proszenko The season from hell just got worse off the field for the Sharks with the club hit with a $150,000 salary cap breach – the most by any NRL club in a raft of fines handed down by the league.
Jon Tuxworth, Lee Gaskin Canberra have been fined more than $350,000 for salary cap breaches in the past eight years after the club was slugged with a $144,393 infringement notice for 2012.
Jon Tuxworth The Canberra Raiders are dangerously close to emulating Penrith's second-tier salary-cap turmoil.
Adrian Proszenko Jim Doyle has outlined his vision for the salary cap, promising to bring a more transparent system to ensure the world's best athletes are attracted to – rather than squeezed out of – the NRL.
Adrian Proszenko NRL CEO Dave Smith will review the world's best salary cap systems during the next six months with a view to modernising the rugby league version to ensure the best athletes are attracted to the game.