Highlanders lock Joe Tuineau looks set to play for Tonga at this year’s Rugby World Cup.
Auckland will be England’s base for this year’s World Cup.
England wing Mark Cueto’s hopes of taking part in this year’s World Cup are in doubt after he was cited for gouging.
French prop Thomas Domingo’s World Cup dream has been “severely compromised” after suffering knee ligament damage at the weekend.
Three of Christchurch’s five World Cup pool matches will remain in the South Island, with Nelson and Dunedin set to host additional matches.
New Zealand will likely win this year’s World Cup, says former All Blacks skipper David Kirk.
The All Blacks have confirmed they will train in earthquake-ravaged Christchurch during the World Cup.
The All Blacks are considering swapping the iconic silver fern for a red fern at this year’s World Cup as a mark of respect for earthquake-ravaged Christchurch.
Christchurch may be in ruin following the earthquake there, but the All Blacks are still hopeful of using the city as a World Cup training base.
Rugby World Cup organisers may lose an additional NZ$4 million following their decision to withdraw games from earthquake-ravaged Christchurch.
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Christchurch’s World Cup dream is officially over.
The devastating earthquake in Christchurch has only increased the pressure on New Zealand to come good at this year’s World Cup, says former All Blacks wing Jonah Lomu.
The New Zealand government is expecting World Cup ticket sales to stall as the fallout from the Christchurch earthquake continues to mount.
Argentina first five Juan Martin Hernandez could miss the World Cup after seriously damaging his knee at the weekend.
An engineers’ report due out in the coming days will dictate whether World Cup games will be played in Christchurch following the devastating earthquake there.
Christchurch faces a massive public liability insurance headache as it looks to retain its World Cup matches following the devastating earthquake there.
The completition of Dunedin’s new stadium has not been impacted by the Christchurch earthquake, says its boss.
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