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John O'Neill has quit his role as a director of the Rugby World Cup citing personal reasons.
Managing director and CEO of the Australian Rugby Union, John O'Neill, will stand down from his post on October 31.
Australian Rugby Union (ARU) chief executive John O'Neill was appointed to the 2015 Rugby World Cup board on Thursday, as was Wales Rugby Union (WRU) chairman David Pickering.
Georgina Robinson Allianz Stadium and the SCG Trust are close to pulling off a big coup by luring Australia's leg of the sevens world series to Sydney next year.
Darren Walton Jake White still harbours hope of coaching the Wallabies despite being overlooked in favour of Ewen McKenzie last year.
Georgina Robinson The Brumbies are chasing up to $25,000 from Sharks coach Jake White through the courts after the South African coach walked out on the club halfway through a four-year deal.
Georgina Robinson It was the lunch that almost changed the course of Wallabies history, when rugby powerbrokers met after Australia's 61-22 record loss to South Africa in August 1997.
Georgina Robinson When news broke in late 2007 that the Australian Rugby Union would axe the Australian Rugby Championship after just one season, professional players, coaches and provincial administrators roundly...
Marc Hinton With the southern hemisphere alliance facing increased pressure to gain a bigger slice of the broadcasting pie, it's worth asking what Australian rugby brings to the table.
Rupert Guinness The North Harbour Rays will embark on this year's inaugural National Rugby Championship believing that history is on their side.
Stathi Paxinos The Melbourne Rebels have been described in various ways since a consortium of business people, fronted by media buyer Harold Mitchell, was awarded Australia's fifth Super Rugby licence before the...
Georgina Robinson IN A townhouse in the streets directly behind the northern goalposts of Allianz Stadium, Kurtley Beale hosts a Mexican night for his mates.
Jim Morton Wallabies poised to accept pay cuts to help stop the cash-strapped code going broke.
Spiro Zavos ON Saturday night at Dunedin, Ewen McKenzie's Wallabies are facing a rampant All Blacks side looking hungrily for a 3-0 blackwash in Bledisloe Cup Tests this year.
Two leading Australian rugby chiefs insist 2015 schedule the fairest so far.
Greg Growden The decision to stage Wallabies Tests against NRL and AFL finals matches has hit a snag. While the idea in essence has merit, it becomes a fizzer when the Wallabies are struggling, and those in...
Greg Growden The Wallabies have certainly discovered this season whether there is actually any depth in Australian rugby.
Matthew Burke Four weeks of the Rugby Championship has shown us enough to ask the question, is this new format the way forward in the southern hemisphere?
Greg Growden It wasn't quite the momentous speech that Michael Lynagh made to his Wallabies teammates behind the Lansdowne Road goalposts in 1991 that led to the match-winning try against Ireland in the 1991...
Greg Growden The Wallabies have received encouraging news about their end-of-season northern hemisphere tour.