Rugby World Cup
The New Zealand Rugby Union has raised the possibility of not competing in the 2015 Rugby World Cup unless changes are made to the tournament.
Don't miss your Rugby World Cup guide in Saturday's Sydney Morning Herald. It includes all the latest news from the Wallabies camp, as well as the untold story of how Australia secured coach...
The All Blacks defeat France by one point in a thriller at Eden Park.
Images from the opening ceremony of the 2011 Rugby World Cup from Eden Park, Auckland. The 48-match festival will be spread over 13 cities with the final being held at Eden Park on October 23.
Lee Gaskin Wallabies great George Smith could be available for the British and Irish Lions series after scans revealed his knee injury wasn’t as bad as first thought.
Darren Walton NSW Waratahs and Wallabies ironman Adam Ashley-Cooper is staking his claim as world rugby's most durable player.
New Zealand were the only side to win all three of their matches in front of a record crowd on the first day of the 2013 Marriott London Sevens on Saturday.
The Wallabies will face host nation England and fellow heavyweights Wales at Twickenham in their feature pool matches of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Two leading Australian rugby chiefs insist 2015 schedule the fairest so far.
Wallabies winger Digby Ioane will leave the Queensland Reds and Australian rugby later this year after signing a massive two-year contract with French glamour club Stade Francais.
Michael Lynch Scott Higginbotham knows what it takes to win a Super Rugby premiership.
Michael Lynch Scott Higginbotham knows what it takes to win a Super Rugby premiership, having done so with the Queensland Reds, so the Wallaby back-rower's move to sign a contract extension with the Melbourne...
A New Zealand bouncer who leaked CCTV footage of former England centre Mike Tindall's drunken antics during the 2011 Rugby World Cup was convicted Thursday of stealing the video.
All Blacks prop Charlie Faumuina will miss the rest of the Auckland Blues' season with a calf injury and is in doubt for New Zealand's Test series against France, officials said Monday.
Paul Cully Australian rugby has a dilemma, one largely of its own making, that would be inconceivable in New Zealand or South Africa.
Chris Dutton The ACT Brumbies will throw a Super Rugby rookie into battle as they attempt to recapture their best form, naming Jordan Smiler to make his debut against the Otago Highlanders on Friday night.
Georgina Robinson Regime change is under way at the Rebels, with chief executive Steve Boland set to announce his resignation.
Chris Dutton Canberra sporting fans could have a chance to buy a ''lifetime seat'' at a new undercover rectangular stadium to be built in Civic by the end of the decade.
Former All Blacks lock Anthony Boric is joining the exodus of New Zealand players to Japan.
Matt Burke Reading Peter FitzSimons' article in the Herald during the week, it struck me that what we once were is not what we are now. Fitz mentions how the other winter codes have left rugby behind.