Quade Cooper will only "enhance" the Wallabies' chances if picked for Saturday's second Bledisloe Cup Test in Wellington, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says.
Cillian Willis has become the first professional rugby player to sue an English club for clinical negligence over concussion in a landmark case for the sport.
Israel Dagg and Ben Smith will switch positions when All Blacks take on the Wallabies in the second test on Saturday.
A ground-breaking concussion study will give researchers a chance to get inside the heads of Otago rugby players.
Hisa Sasagi is making up for lost time.
Join us for live updates of Otago's NPC match against Wellington from Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The news doesn't get any better for the Wallabies.
As the coaching merry-go-round continues at the top level, the Highlanders may have moved a tad closer to having a coach for 2018.
Otago welcomes back some Super rugby players for its clash against Wellington at Forsyth Barr Stadium tomorrow night.
New Zealand's No1-ranked netball umpire Jono Bredin is moving up the pecking order as a rugby referee.
It may not look like it, but Saturday's Rugby Championship encounter with the Wallabies is the biggest test to date of the new-look All Blacks side.
Once again the All Blacks have a tricky midfield puzzle to solve, with the selectors having to decide whether to pick Anton Lienert-Brown, Seta Tamanivalu or Rieko Ioane to start the Rugby Championship against Australia this week.
The silver medal-winning New Zealand women's sevens team will come to Dunedin as part of a national tour upon their return home.
Warren Gatland is set to become the second coach to lead the Lions on major back-to-back tours, the Guardian reported.
When Kane Hames arrived at the Highlanders just under three years ago it was a case of Kane who?
Highlanders hooker and Otago captain Liam Coltman has at last got a real chance at an All Black jersey.
An Australian loose forward and an Otago cricketer are two of the intriguing newcomers in the North Otago squad for the Heartland Championship campaign.
Otago prop Craig Millar says the new breakdown laws are taking away habits of a lifetime.
Former Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph says his six years in charge went quickly - well, five years did and then one year went very slowly.
ODT Online rugby writer Jeff Chesire looks at some key points from Otago's win over Southland in their Mitre 10 Cup opener at the weekend.