Rugby World Cup organisers have vowed to beef up security and police presence at next year's tournament, to prevent the scenes of mayhem at Eden Park at the weekend.
Rugby World Cup 2011
An expected spike in campervan rentals around the time of the Rugby World Cup is not a concern for freedom camping watchdogs at the Tourism Industry Association of New Zealand.
A $9.8 million temporary "Cloud" structure will take centre stage on Queens Wharf for the Rugby World Cup, but there are no big plans for the refurbished century-old Shed 10.
New Zealand could be a winner on and off the pitch at the 2011 Rugby World Cup, former All Black captain David Kirk says.
New Zealand airports will need to focus on domestic markets during the 2011 Rugby World Cup (RWC) to ensure strong national tourism growth, the Government says.
There may be more tickets available for Rugby World Cup games in Dunedin next year but tournament organisers are making no promises.
Former All Black and Otago captain Taine Randell says his old team-mate, Jamie Joseph, will be great for southern rugby.
Dunedin rugby fans could watch next year's Rugby World Cup final in 3D on a big screen at the Forsyth Barr Stadium, or from the comfort of a cinema seat.
Rugby World Cup 2011 chief executive Martin Snedden yesterday delivered his most glowing endorsement of Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium.
First it was clean stadiums, then advertising restrictions in the Octagon. Now the Rugby World Cup is trying to dictate the spelling of the English language.
The Government and transport authorities are driving, with appropriate care and speed, sensible changes to New Zealand's give-way laws.
Dunedin's Octagon has been confirmed as the venue for the Rugby World Cup 2011 fan zone, the Dunedin City Council having decided on an alcohol-free zone with facilities that can be removed and replaced when necessary.
The three Rugby World Cup games to be played in Dunedin next year will all kick off at night, with the city hosting the final game of pool play.
Seven Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2011 games will carry live captions for the hearing impaired, Broadcasting Minister Jonathan Coleman said today. Mr Coleman was responding to questions in Parliament from Green MP Catherine Delahunty, who asked whether he would ensure accessibility to RWC broadcasts for the deaf community.
Former Silver Ferns netball coach Dame Lois Muir is urging more Dunedin people to volunteer to help when Rugby World Cup games are played in the city next year.
Waitaki district is gearing up for next year's Rugby World Cup, with more than 40 activities planned so far.
In 12 months' time, New Zealand will be in the grip of Rugby World Cup fever, and Destination Queenstown is encouraging everyone to spread a viral campaign, aiming to get friends and family to visit the resort.
With the Rugby World Cup due to start one year from today, rugby writer Steve Hepburn looks into the crystal ball to see what may happen in the 365 days before the big event.