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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 ARU boss Bill Pulver has hit back at British rugby legend Sir Clive Woodward after he accused Australia of treating the British and Irish Lions with ''contempt''.
Two leading Australian rugby chiefs insist 2015 schedule the fairest so far.
Spiro Zavos THE ARU has unleashed a new version of the Wallaby jersey for the June Tests against the 2013 British and Irish Lions. There is a slash of green along the top.
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.
Spiro Zavos THE ARU was told a year ago by ASADA, while the Australian Crime Commission's secret investigation into doping and match-fixing in Australian sport was gathering pace with its investigations and...
Rupert Guinness WALLABIES coach Robbie Deans will have to reapply for his position when his contract runs out at the end of the year, the new ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says.
Bill Pulver, the father of collar bomb hoax victim Madeleine, is the new chief executive of the Australian Rugby Union (ARU).
Stathi Paxinos Rugby union's new boss focuses on family after collar bomb hoax.
Brisbane Wallabies coach has shown he can walk a wobbly tightrope but there'll be no safety net in June.
Alex Lowe LONDON: Retired referee Bryce Lawrence has claimed he was hounded out of rugby by Australia and South Africa following his performance in last year's World Cup quarter-final.
Channel Ten will be the free-to-air broadcaster of Wallaby Tests until the end of 2015.
Georgina Robinson Australian Rugby Union boss John O'Neill has dismissed All Blacks coach Steve Hansen's accusation that the Wallabies are stealing New Zealand players as ''insulting'' and ''ill-informed''.
Paul Cully The International Rugby Board has made the startling admission that officials erred in denying the Wallabies a replacement last weekend in a Test they finished with 14 men.
Spiro Zavos HOW about this line-up for a Wallabies side to play the Pumas at Rosario?
Greg Growden No matter if they are victors or losers today, the Wallabies will leave Argentina having won over the locals.
Taine Randall The Wallabies' woes lie in their own back yard and run much deeper than the simple excuse of a long list of injuries.
Georgina Robinson JAMES HORWILL has countered New Zealand claims the Wallabies had gone backwards since the World Cup, and praised his teammates' ''guts and fortitude'' following their win in Argentina at the weekend.
Russell Jackson Veteran Australian Rugby Union boss John O'Neill said yesterday that he believed the time was right for him to stand down, with the move leaving his successor to oversee some crucial issues facing...