Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has come out swinging by suggesting four local Super Rugby teams is the right way forward and that Australian rugby has a major problem when it comes to developing players and coaches.
Former Wallabies coach Alan Jones speaks with Fairfax Media about the issues affecting Australian rugby and the day he invited Bill Pulver to his house.
Sixteen members of the Lions squad toured Australia four years ago. How many of the Wallabies side have survived from 2013?
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has sent a clear message with his announcement of an extended squad of 41 to tour New Zealand in June and July: he is fully prepared to sacrifice tour defeats for the greater cause of winning the test series against the All Blacks.
Former Wallaby James O'Connor will be forced to attend behavioural awareness training alongside ex-All Black Ali Williams after escaping major sanctions following a cocaine bust in Paris in February.
Te'o says his selection ranks alongside winning State of Origin with Queensland and South Sydney's drought-breaking NRL premiership success.
Former Wallabies winger Drew Mitchell has announced he will retire at the end of the French Top 14 season.
The Australian Men's Sevens team are through to the quarter-finals in Singapore after finishing top of Pool C with three straight wins on day one.
Six weeks ago, I was adamant the Western Force should be the team to go – but now I'm not so sure.
South African Rugby CEO Jurie Roux believes SANZAAR's decision to cull three Super Rugby had to happen, but it may still no be enough to revive the competition to its former glory.
Bill Pulver cannot survive longer term but reducing the number of teams is the correct call.
There are five million reasons why the problems won't disappear with the dissolution of one Super Rugby team.
The former managing director squares up ARU board and management over the sorry state of the sport.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says the ARU will make sure all but a handful of players from the yet-to-be-named axed team will be found a new home in Super Rugby.
Sonny Bill Williams will wear a unique jersey for the remainder of the Super Rugby season with the Plunket logo stitched on in place of the BNZ's.
New South Wales Rugby Union and Waratahs chairman Roger Davis believes chopping a Super Rugby team is the right decision because it will give NSW the slice of revenue pie they deserve to put into grassroots.
Former Wallabies coach Alan Jones has launched an extraordinary face-to-face attack on Australian Rugby Union chairman Cameron Clyne.
Former Wallabies captain Stirling Mortlock says the Australian Rugby Union's delay in naming which team will be cut from Super Rugby next year is a "disgrace".
The continued uncertainty of Super Rugby looks set to drag on after Western Force chief executive Mark Sinderberry was told there was no exact time frame yet on when his franchise will be given a chance to present its case to the Australian Rugby Union as to why it should not be cut next year.
The Australian Rugby Union concedes expanding Super Rugby to 18 teams last year was a major mistake but is adamant the increase had no bearing on the decision to axe a local franchise.
We run through the burning questions in the wake of the ARU's decision to cut a local Super Rugby team from the competition next year.
Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver says he will stand down "in a heartbeat" if the board feels it would be in the best interest of Australian rugby.
The Australian Rugby Union finally showed its hand and now they must explain why a Super Rugby retreat is in the best interests of the sport.
The ACT Brumbies future is safe after a meeting of Super Rugby power brokers on Sunday night.
An Australian Super Rugby team will be axed next year after SANZAAR announced a revamped 15-team competition.
Australia have finished top of their pool at the Hong Kong Sevens campaign, winning all three of their pool matches.
Bob Dwyer has called for Bill Pulver's resignation but it was his suggestion no one cares anymore that is Australian rugby's real threat.
Giteau will be in charge of a backline including compatriots Drew Mitchell, James O'Connor and Ben Barba as well as former All Blacks star Ma'a Nonu, South African legend Bryan Habana and Frenchmen Mathieu Bastareaud and Maxime Mermoz.
Australian rugby is struggling but the code's golden girls - the women's sevens team - aren't fazed by the responsibility of their success.
Paris-based former All Blacks Dan Carter and Joe Rokococo have been officially cleared of doping by the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD).