All Blacks captain Kieran Read has made a successful return from a long-term back injury this afternoon.
Loose forward Liam Squire is unlikely to face the Chiefs this week due to a shoulder injury but the side's other All Blacks will front in Suva.
The All Blacks v France match in Dunedin at the weekend was deemed a success but it could be three years before the national side is back in the city.
Rugby fans may have left Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night with a smile on their faces but they also left a few smiles on the faces of Dunedin’s bar and restaurant owners too.
All Black coach Steve Hansen has taken a swipe at World Rugby saying common sense is being ignored and something had to be done for the sake of the game.
Steve Hansen has called on World Rugby to take ownership of the decision-making by referees in an increasingly complex game.
All Black coach Steve Hansen says he is ''pretty happy'' with his side after they swept the three-test series against France.
The All Blacks took their selection risk and having dispatched France with room to spare and been given answers to the test readiness of a few fringe individuals, they will feel they got their reward.
It's been a cool day but the atmosphere is warming up as fans get ready for tonight's test between New Zealand and France in Dunedin.
Not since the halcyon days of the late 1990s have there been so many members of the Highlanders in the All Blacks squad.
The annual All Blacks reunion dinner took place at the Dunedin Town Hall last night. Guests included World Cup-winning captain David Kirk and World Cup-winning coach Sir Graham Henry. The dinner is...
One of the All Blacks’ greatest captains is in Dunedin for today’s test. Jeff Cheshire caught up with Buck Shelford before his charity luncheon and All Black reunion yesterday.
France has played the All Blacks just once before in Dunedin and it was not a memorable match for the home side. Mils Muliaina captained the team that day and revisits the horror with sports...
Shannon Frizell has come from seemingly nowhere to start for the All Blacks. But he is not the first player to be plucked out of obscurity to play for the national side. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn...