The All Blacks have avoided the pool of death after the groups for the 2015 Rugby World Cup were announced in London earlier this morning.
The International Rugby Board has agreed to hand out a bigger slice of the Rugby World Cup revenue pie in what is being hailed as a major boon for the SANZAR nations and Argentina.
Teams with the tallest backs and the heaviest and most experienced forwards tend to win the Rugby World Cup, according to a French study.
Wallabies great David Campese has slammed Robbie Deans and has called for Ewen McKenzie to replace him as Australian coach.
Former England skipper Lewis Moody has countered reports that he put commercial gain before his playing duties at the Rugby World Cup.
Samoan centre and serial tweeter Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu will have to wait before finding out whether or not he won his appeal against a suspended six-month ban.
Former France coach Marc Lièvremont has criticised the All Blacks for their attitude towards his players following the Rugby World Cup final and questioned some of the decisions made in that game by referee Craig Joubert.
New Zealand referee Bryce Lawrence will not officiate in South Africa again if he receives personal threats from disgruntled Springboks fans.
Its Rugby World Cup form might suggest otherwise, but Scotland is determined to realise its attacking potential in next year’s Six Nations, says Gregor Townsend.
Shaun Edwards will continue in his role as defence coach of Wales for the next four years.
The wife and manager of New Zealand heavyweight boxer David Tua wants to become the Samoan rugby team manager.
Scotland lock Nathan Hines has announced his international retirement, citing family reasons for doing so.
Allister Coetzee and Rassie Erasmus are favourites to run Springbok rugby next year.
Lock Leone Nakarawa has re-joined the Fijian military, according to reports.
Wales would have beaten the All Blacks in the Rugby World Cup final, says defence coach Shaun Edwards.
The International Rugby Board is considering changing its disciplinary procedure after Frenchman Aurelien Rougerie allegedly eye-gouged All Blacks skipper Richie McCaw in last month’s Rugby World Cup final.
Springboks coach Peter de Villiers has confirmed that he will re-apply for his job when his current contract expires at the end of next month.
England pivot Jonny Wilkinson has hit out at Rugby World Cup organisers for the match balls used during the tournament.
There are plenty of mouth-watering clashes on offer this weekend.
Which player was unlucky to miss out on the All Blacks’ wider training squad?
Gordon Tietjens’ success in sevens is unrivalled and should place him in the same coaching league as Sir Alex Ferguson.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen named a 38-man training squad and there are a couple of oversights worth highlighting