A quartet of Otago referees have been named in the national high performance team for 2017.
One-test All Blacks lock James Broadhurst is still suffering from symptoms of concussion after 15 months out of rugby and is to step away from the Wellington Hurricanes to continue his...
ARU chief executive Bill Pulver is impressed by the Western Force's community support, saying it could be the deciding factor that saves the Super Rugby franchise.
The Prime Minister says he's worried free-to-air sport would mean our biggest sports stars will jump ship earlier in their careers in search of better pay.
This idea should tick plenty of boxes for plenty of youngsters.
Mark Ranby has Otago blood running through his veins.
South African referee Craig Joubert, who took charge of the 2011 Rugby World Cup final,is retiring to take up a role with governing body World Rugby.
All Blacks tests would have to be broadcast on free-to-air television under a proposed law change to be debated by Parliament.
Craig Joubert has announced he will retire from international rugby refereeing.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has named Andy Farrell, Rob Howley and Steve Borthwick as his three assistants for next year's tour of New Zealand and left the door open for a surprise...
The Wallabies believe they are on the right track after building depth in 2016, despite slumping to nine losses in a season where they thought they would close the gap on world champions New...
Wallabies assistant coach Nathan Grey insists reducing the number of Australian Super Rugby teams won't help the game in that country.
Former England coach Sir Clive Woodward says based on Sunday's victory over Australia, England are not yet ready to challenge the All Blacks at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Chiefs coach Dave Rennie has emerged as a shock candidate to become coach of the Springboks.
The Wallabies finished 2016 with only six wins in the ledger, but coach Michael Cheika insists the pain can be salved by future gain.
England overcame an awful start to roar back superbly, overwhelming Australia 37-21 at Twickenham to complete a perfect year of 13 victories under coach Eddie Jones.
The post-Sir Gordon Tietjens era has begun in poor fashion for the New Zealand Sevens.
Nigel Walsh hopes to turn Lochore Cup success into Meads Cup glory when he takes over as coach of the North Otago rugby team next year.
A founder member at Forsyth Barr Stadium feels like he has been "kicked into touch" after being told he would be moved for next year’s match between the Highlanders and the British and Irish Lions.
Otago Polytechnic is doing its bit for the advancement of high-performance sport in the Pacific Islands.