Aussie Super sides should improve - Savea
All Blacks winger Julian Savea expects the gap between Australian and New Zealand teams in Super Rugby to close dramatically this year.
Frisby signs for Bordeaux
The exiled Queensland Reds halfback has signed with Bordeaux for the remainder of the European season.
Sevens veteran Jenkins forced to retire
Rugby sevens veteran Ed Jenkins has retired after a 10-year career which included leading Australia at the Rio Olympics.
Walsh to step down as Australian women's sevens coach
Tim Walsh will end his time as Australian women's rugby sevens coach following April's Commonwealth Games.
Waugh: Hunt failed those who helped him
Karmichael Hunt has let down Michael Cheika and other rugby hierarchy who provided him a silver opportunity to keep alive his football career, according to Wallabies great Phil Waugh.
2017 international rugby in numbers
The British & Irish Lions dominated the Test arena this year, but the tourists weren't the only show in town. ESPN delves into the statistics behind another thrilling 12 months of international rugby.
'Inconsolable' Hunt stood down from rugby activities
Rugby Australia has stood star Karmichael Hunt down from all playing and training activities after he was arrested and charged with drug possession.
Hunt charged with drug possession
Wallabies star Karmichael Hunt has been charged with drug possession after being arrested by police for allegedly carrying cocaine in Brisbane overnight.
2017 rugby awards: Player, moment & more
As 2018 comes into view, Greg Growden and Tom Hamilton delve into their collective short-term memory banks to dish out their awards for the year.
Catchpole was Australian most feared by All Blacks
Greg Growden pays tribute to Ken Catchpole, the greatest Wallabies halfback of them all.
Wallabies great Catchpole passes away at 78
Wallabies legend and World Rugby Hall of Fame member Ken Catchpole has died aged 78 after a long battle with illness.
Rugby Australia to bid for twin World Cups
Rugby Australia is hoping to host two Rugby World Cups within seven years of each other, after signalling its intention to bid for both the women's and men's tournament in 2021 and 2027 respectively.
Rugby Australia unveils 'Super W' women's comp
Australian rugby will have a national women's XV competition in 2018 in a move that brings it alongside the AFL and NRL, and Rugby Australia's own fledgling sevens competition, in terms of development of women's sport Down Under.
Pulver 'delivered' for Australian rugby
Outgoing Australian rugby boss Bill Pulver leaves behind a glowing legacy according to Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clynes.
Castle plays down description as pioneer
Raelene Castle says her experience in rugby league as Bulldogs chief executive "was very strong", and she doesn't expect her position in rugby union as the first female CEO of any of Australia's four football codes to be any different.
Castle unveiled as Rugby Australia CEO
Former Canterbury NRL chief executive Raelene Castle will be unveiled as the new Rugby Australia chief executive in another piece of sports administration history.
RugbyWA out of voluntary administration
RugbyWA is out of voluntary administration after Rugby Australia waived a legal debt of more than $1 million.
World Rugby announce simplified law book
World Rugby have announced they will release a new, more simplified law book from January 1, 2018 designed to make the laws easier to understand.
End-of-year Tests: Team-by-team review
The end-of-year Tests offered international coaches the chance to experiment but what did we learn? Our experts have their say.
Quade's Reds days appear done under Thorn
Quade Cooper's stint at Queensland Reds looks to have ended after he was reportedly told he is no longer part of the club's plans.
Aussie women run rampant in Dubai win
Australia have got their 2017/18 women's sevens campaign off to a flying start, winning the series opener after thrashing the United States 34-0 in Dubai.
What to make of Wallabies' 2017 Test season?
Sam Bruce and Greg Growden go head-to-head to review the Wallabies' 2017 season, identifying the positives, problem areas and rating their progress towards Rugby World Cup 2019.
George Smith's rugby future up in the air
Wallaby great George Smith's playing future is in doubt as he battles a potentially career-threatening back injury.
Kepu banned for three weeks for Watson hit
Australia forward Sekope Kepu has been handed a three-week suspension for a flying shoulder charge on Scotland's Hamish Watson during the first half of the 53-24 Test defeat at Murrayfield.
Test review: Player of the week, flop & more
The All Blacks, England and Ireland rounded off a perfect autumn international period, while Australian and French woes continued with lacklustre performances.But who caught the eye and who had a weekend to forget?
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