When Kiwi rugby fans look back on 2019, it will be remembered for two things – an early All Blacks exit from the Rugby World Cup, and the rise of Ardie Savea.
Plenty of good things come out of the Taieri — milk, aeroplanes, about 10,000 scooters. And also the last two All Black coaches.
Scott Robertson has opened up on the "natural disappointment" of missing out on the All Blacks head coaching role.
Ian Foster is now the All Blacks head coach, replacing Steve Hansen who stepped down after the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Highlanders (from left) Kirisi Kuridrani, James Arscott, Ray Nu’u, Aleki Morris-Lome, Bryn Gatland and Teariki Ben-Nicholas load 300 presents they wrapped into a vehicle to give to Foster Hope, a...
Ian Foster has been picked as the new head coach of the All Blacks, after eight years as assistant under Steve Hansen.
Outgoing All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has admitted his side may have dropped a bit in desperation before the Rugby World Cup exit.
Former All Black and Crusaders captain Reuben Thorne is comfortable in being a co-coach of the red and blacks.
Current assistants Reuben Thorne and Mark Brown will take over the Canterbury head coach role from Joe Maddock.
Kiwi-born Wallaby Quade Cooper has opened up about the time he kneed All Blacks legend Richie McCaw in the head.
Scott Robertson is set for his moment of truth in his quest to become the next All Blacks head coach.
The families of top former All Blacks are likely to donate their loved ones' brains to research so the effect of head impacts in sport can be studied.
Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle has said that a reported settlement of $8 million for former Wallaby Israel Folau is "wildly inaccurate".