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Rugby | International Rugby

Wallabies lock Vickerman dies
Former Wallabies lock Dan Vickerman has passed away suddenly at the age of 37 leaving the rugby world in a state of shock, the Australian Rugby Union said on Sunday. Read full article
Pitch problems force venue change for Tonga-Wales test
Tonga's test against Wales in June is to be moved to another venue over concerns about the state of the pitch at the National Stadium in Nuku'alofa. Read full article
Call for players to boost skill sets
Rugby union players need to polish their skills because poor technique at the highest levels has resulted in the sport being dominated by size and strength, former Fiji sevens coach Ben Ryan has said. Read full article
Carter sorry for drink-driving
New Zealand rugby union legend Dan Carter apologised for a "massive error in judgement" after French police stopped him for drink-driving in Paris. Read full article
Heaslip signs new Irish deal
Ireland No 8 Jamie Heaslip has signed a new Irish Rugby Football Union contract that will see him continue to play his club rugby in Ireland until the end of the 2019 World Cup in Japan. Read full article
Luatua jumps ship, NZ captain Read stays
All Blacks loose forward Steven Luatua will re-unite with his former Super Rugby coach Pat Lam at English Premiership strugglers Bristol for the 2017-18 season, the club said. Read full article
Former All Black Lauaki dies aged 35
Former All Black Sione Lauaki has died at the age of 35, New Zealand Rugby said Sunday. Read full article
Tuipulotu raring to play after doping scare
Relieved All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu is keen to plunge back into the fray of competitive rugby after suffering a doping scare Read full article
B-sample clears All Black of doping
All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu has been "fully exonerated" of doping after his B-sample came up clean, New Zealand Rugby said on Thursday. Read full article
Arrest made in bugging of All Blacks' Sydney hotel
Australian police have arrested and charged a 51-year-old man with public mischief after an investigation into the discovery of a listening device at the All Blacks hotel in Sydney Read full article
Smith gives All Black boost
Ben Smith has given coach Steve Hansen a massive boost by rebuffing lucrative offers from European clubs and re-signing with New Zealand Rugby (NZR) until 2020. Read full article
All Blacks lock Tuipulotu tests positive
All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu tested positive for a banned substance last year and was "shocked" at the result, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) said on Sunday. Read full article
NZ's Milner-Skudder up for World Cup
All Blacks winger Nehe Milner-Skudder signed a three-year contract extension on Wednesday, committing himself to New Zealand's Rugby World Cup defence in 2019. Read full article
Phipps extends Australia contract
Wallabies scrumhalf Nick Phipps has re-signed with the Australian Rugby Union until after the 2019 World Cup in Japan, in a bid to play at his third global showpiece. Read full article
Scots to face All Blacks in November
Scotland will welcome world champions New Zealand to Murrayfield as part of their home three-test programme in November, the Scottish Rugby Union said on Tuesday. Read full article
Venter named Italy's new defensive coach
Former Springbok centre Brendan Venter has joined Italy as defence coach, the Italian rugby federation announced on Monday. Read full article
'Itoje not a captaincy candidate yet'
England coach Eddie Jones has made developing more leaders in the team one of his top priorities but said forward Maro Itoje is not about to be fast-tracked towards captaincy. Read full article
England may impose five-year residency rule
England's Rugby Football Union is backing a proposal to increase the residency qualification period to five years from the current three to restrict the number of rugby union players who switch nationalities. Read full article
‘Forget World Cup heroics’
Japan coach Jamie Joseph wants to forget the country's astonishing 2015 World Cup run as he looks to create his own blueprint for the future. Read full article
‘Lions tour will improve England's strength in depth’
Eddie Jones is planning to use the loss of several key players to the British and Irish Lions' squad in New Zealand this year as an opportunity to build strength in depth ahead of the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
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