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Will the All Blacks canter to victory to retain the Bledisloe Cup? Or will the Wallabies bounce back to cause a boilover in Sydney tomorrow night?
It's semi-final weekend for women's rugby's Farah Palmer Cup, can anyone stop Canterbury from marching to a fourth straight crown?
The All Blacks refused to be bullied two weeks in a row, meeting fire with fire and scorching the Australian forwards, as Caleb Clarke announced his arrival with a roar. Audio
The All Blacks have called Peter Umaga-Jensen on to their bench, with Rieko Ioane ruled out with a tight hamstring.
The All Blacks have fired a shot at the Wallabies tactics and the refereeing in the drawn first Bledisloe Cup test, with claims of late hits and off the ball incidents.
The All Blacks have held the Bledisloe Cup since 2003 but this year's series has been blown wide open following last night's 16-all draw in the opening test in Wellington.
All Blacks captain Sam Cane concedes it's a blow to lose Beauden Barrett to injury, but it hasn't dampened his excitement for the team's first test in almost a year.
Three uncapped All Blacks will debut from the bench in Sunday's Bledisloe Cup opener and the squad is relieved they won't be in quarantine over Christmas.
The All Blacks and Wallabies resume their Bledisloe Cup rivalry on Sunday and the teams are named this morning, with several debutants set to be unleashed.
All Blacks coach Ian Foster has already picked his starting XV for Sunday's first Bledisloe Cup test, so who will be at first-five, in the loosies and the back three?
New Zealand's lightweight rugby stars are getting ready to put on a show, one they thought might never happen. Audio
New Zealand Rugby hope to have a schedule for the Rugby Championship by the end of next week, then they will ask players if they want to go. Audio
All Black first-five Richie Mo'unga has committed to the Rugby Championship in Australia.
The All Blacks could be forced to take several rookie first-five's to Australia for the Rugby Championship, with several of New Zealand's top players not keen to go.
The All Blacks are champing at the bit to play for their province. Audio
Saturday night's North/South rugby match in Wellington has turned team-mates to rivals and friends to foes. Audio
A year ago to the day, New Zealand downhill mountain biker Brook Macdonald broke his back. Video
The North and South squads have had their first training ahead of this weekend's veritable All Blacks trial, but will there be any international rugby this year?
Overlooked for the All Blacks job, now in line to help the British and Irish Lions, how did Scott Robertson take the Crusaders back to the top of Super Rugby?
Cancer survivor and World Cup winner, the curtain will fall on Aaron Cruden's time in New Zealand rugby this weekend.
The Petone women's coach is one of the most important men in New Zealand rugby, fighting to grow the women's game for nothing but love. Audio
Sowakula might be playing in a losing team, but the 25-year-old Chiefs No.8 is stamping his mark on Super Rugby and has his eyes on an All Blacks prize. Audio
Dr Ashley Bloomfield will known as "The Eliminator" when he lines up against the Parliamentary XV, but the Director-General of Health will be a protected species. Audio
The bitter rugby rivalry between the Crusaders and Blues and Canterbury and Auckland has been re-ignited ahead of the tomorrow night's clash in Christchurch. Audio
Whetukamokamo Douglas is a Crusader and a Māori All Black, who's taken his famous name from the East Coast to Italy to Christchurch. Audio