In his first game back since breaking his jaw in a sickening tackle from Ryan James, Wests Tigers fullback James Tedesco has shown why he's the NRL's next million dollar man.
The National Rugby League has issued Wests Tigers centre Tim Simona a notice to cancel his registration for alleged breaches of its gambling rules on NRL matches.
Robbie Farah has broken his silence on the bitter departure from the Wests Tigers, admitting things had become so "toxic" at his former club he began to hate rugby league.
Two weeks out from his rendezvous with Robbie Farah, off-contract Wests Tigers coach Jason Taylor opens up on the criticism he copped from his own supporters and the pressure to hold on to his job. Michael Chammas reports.
Semi Radradra has been given the green light to resume his rugby league career after the court hearing for his domestic violence charges was adjourned until May 2.
Mitchell Moses has admitted there was a time he didn't know if he had what it took to fulfil his potential in the NRL.
The race for the Dragons No.7 jumper remains wide open with all four contenders for the spot alongside Gareth Widdop come round one turning in mixed performances in the Dragons 20-10 trial win over Wests Tigers at WIN Stadium on Saturday.
With 17 days remaining until the start of the 2017 NRL season, Michael Chammas looks at pre-season form and the big questions confronting your club.
Controversial forward Matt Lodge is set to make his rugby league return this weekend after avoiding a US jail sentence for a violent night out in New York.
A day after signing a contract that made him the highest-paid player yet to play NRL, Mosese Suli was at Rookwood Cemetery honouring the memory of the man who made it possible.
Kyle Lovett's night on the town started at The Ivy nightclub, and ended in an alley being strip-searched by police.
This is the mystery man who could hold the key to Wests Tigers retaining their off-contract superstars.
Mosese Suli has just become the highest-paid player yet to play NRL.
The NRL future of Wests Tigers forward Kyle Lovett is in limbo after being charged with drug offences.
Wests Tigers "absolutely" have a realistic chance of re-signing their quartet of off-contract stars on long-term NRL deals, according to coach Jason Taylor.
The Wests Tigers need to lock up their four biggest names who are off-contract at the end of 2017. And they've made a significant addition which could help them keep Aaron Woods, James Tedesco, Mitchell Moses and Luke Brooks at the club.
A New York judge has declined to send former Wests Tigers prop Matthew Lodge back to Rikers Island jail, instead making him a free man and setting up a likely return to his lucrative NRL career.
Matt Ballin has vowed to return to the NRL pitch and face off against the man whose place he took at the Wests Tigers - Robbie Farah.
It is a signing the Wests Tigers hope will lead to a slew of player re-signings. Kelly Egan, the right-hand man of Des Hasler for almost a decade, will join the joint-venture outfit as its new general manager of football.
Curtis Sironen has shifted to Manly in a move that will help Wests Tigers to retain fellow forward Elijah Taylor.