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Collins's daughter out of coma
The baby daughter of former New Zealand rugby international Jerry Collins has awoken from a coma, the family announced on Thursday. Read full article
Strettle pulls out of England's RWC squad
England wing David Strettle has withdrawn from Stuart Lancaster's World Cup training squad after ruling himself out of contention by joining French club Clermont Auvergne, the English RFU said on Monday. Read full article
Five uncapped players in NZ squad
Wellington Hurricanes outside back Nehe Milner Skudder and Canterbury Crusaders hooker Codie Taylor were two of the biggest surprises in Steve Hansen's extended All Black squad. Read full article
Wallabies to host England in 2016
Australia will host England in a three-test series with matches in Brisbane,Melbourne and Sydney during next year's June international break, the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) said on Friday. Read full article
All Blacks pay respects as Collins laid to rest
All Blacks past and present joined school children and members of the wider Wellington community at the funeral service of former captain Jerry Collins on Wednesday. Read full article
Collins to have public funeral
The body of Jerry Collins will be brought back to New Zealand for a public funeral in his home-town of Porirua next Wednesday by his cousin and fellow former All Black Tana Umaga. Read full article
Namibia to play Russia in 2 test series
The Namibian Rugby Union has confirmed that the national team will play two test matches against Russia in Windhoek next month. Read full article
Hooper to stay in Australia until 2018
Wallabies flanker Michael Hooper has signed a new contract with the Australian Rugby Union and the New South Wales Waratahs which will keep him at home until the end of the 2018 season. Read full article
Mealamu hints at retirement after World Cup
All Blacks hooker Keven Mealamu says he will make a decision about his rugby future at the end of the year amid speculation he will end his 15-year professional career after the World Cup in England. Read full article
Tributes flow for All Blacks great
Former All Black Jerry Collins, killed in a car crash in France, was remembered by the world rugby fraternity on Saturday as a bone crusher with a big heart. Read full article
Ex-All Black captain Collins dies in France
Former New Zealand rugby international Jerry Collins was killed on Friday along with his wife when a bus crashed into their car in southern France, local officials said. Read full article
Coles re-signs with All Blacks to 2019
Hooker Dane Coles on Friday became the third New Zealander to sign on with the All Blacks until the 2019 World Cup, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) said. Read full article
Tuipulotu out of World Cup with hip issue
All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu will miss the Rugby World Cup later this year after opting to undergo surgery on a hip problem that had been previously undiagnosed by medical staff. Read full article
Noves to take over France job after WC
Toulouse coach Guy Noves will take over as France head coach after this year's World Cup, the French rugby federation said on Sunday. Read full article
Barbarians hang on to beat Ireland
Ireland slumped to a 22-21 defeat against a Barbarians team at Thomond Park in Limerick on Wednesday night. Read full article
Banned Hartley ruled out of RWC opener
Dylan Hartley will be unavailable for England's opening Rugby World Cup game against Fiji after being handed a four-week ban on Wednesday for head-butting an opponent. Read full article
Alexander opts to stay in Aus
Experienced front-rower Ben Alexander Wednesday opted not to pursue an overseas contract and instead stay with the ACT Brumbies as he seeks to prolong his Wallabies career. Read full article
All Blacks retain Savea, Retallick
Reigning World Rugby Player of the Year Brodie Retallick and free-scoring winger Julian Savea have committed to playing in New Zealand until after the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
Crusaders face Saracens in New Orleans
Seven-time Super Rugby champions the Crusaders will play English powerhouse Saracens in the Superdome in New Orleans in August. Read full article
Mogg to reunite with White at Montpellier
Three-cap Wallaby Jesse Mogg has joined the flood of Australian players heading to France by signing a three-year deal to play for Top 14 side Montpellier next season. Read full article
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