Wallabies hooker Tolu Latu stood down by NSWRU
Waratahs and Wallabies hooker Tolu Latu has been stood down by his Super Rugby club until a court appearance for alleged drink driving.
Rugby players' association in faith review
The rugby players' union (RUPA) is to set up a committee to review how players can express their faith and beliefs after the Israel Folau sacking saga.
Crusaders say alleged homophobic behaviour down to 'selfie gone wrong'
The Crusaders are defending star back George Bridge, who they say was their only player caught up in a Cape Town incident which has resulted in accusations of homophobic slurs.
Wallabies great George Smith calls time on 20-year professional career
One of the great Australian rugby careers is finally over after George Smith announced his retirement following 20 years of yeoman service.
Sonny Bill Williams has Test-match 'credit' for World Cup selection
Sonny Bill Williams has enough credit in the bank and needs only to prove his fitness to put himself in contention for a third Rugby World Cup later this year, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said Monday.
Israel Folau opts not to appeal contract termination
Israel Folau will have to commence legal action against Rugby Australia if he is to take his contract termination any further, after the window in which he had to appeal his sacking came to an end on Monday afternoon.
Crusaders refute allegations of 'homophobic behaviour' in Cape Town
The Crusaders have strongly denied allegations some of their players exhibited "homophobic behaviour" during an altercation with members of the public at a McDonalds restaurant in Cape Town.
Super Rugby R14 review: Waratahs, Reds shows there's life after Israel Folau
Just over twenty-four hours on from Israel Folau's official contract termination, the Waratahs and Reds needed to produce something for Australian rugby. Thankfully, they didn't disappoint.
Waratah Tolu Latu booted from Wallabies camp
Tolu Latu has some explaining to do, his NSW Waratahs coach says, after the hooker's failure to inform the Super Rugby club of an alleged drink driving offence that could ruin his World Cup aspirations.
Last-gasp kick earns Stormers draw with leaders Crusaders
Jean-Luc du Plessis slotted a penalty for the struggling Stormers with the last kick of the game to ensure a thrilling 19-19 draw against Super Rugby log leaders the Crusaders at Newlands on Saturday.
How do the Wallabies pick up the pieces? What do the All Blacks actually need to work on? And what have been the key learnings from two Springboks-Pumas clashes? The Rugby Championship restarts this week.
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