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The grey areas in Jake White’s coaching career

The World Cup-winning coach has an impeccable CV, with an illustrious coaching career that has taken him all over the globe. But he has a reputation problem

British Lions to tour Australia in 2013

The Australian Rugby Union has announced that the British and Irish Lions will play the Wallabies in three Tests on their tour of Australia in 2013.

New Super rugby franchise wants player rules relaxed

The Melbourne Rebels want their player signing deadline to be brought forward to protect their interests ahead of their inaugural 2011 season.

Last hurrah for the Super 14

Administrators are looking to this year's Super 14 to provide a much-needed turnaround in television audience share and fan disillusionment

Flanker Smith quits the Wallabies for overseas move

Celebrated Australian flanker George Smith announced his immediate retirement from international rugby on Friday to pursue a move abroad.

Cooper cleared for rugby return

Quade Cooper will play for the Reds in Friday's Super 14 trial against the Western Force in his first appearance since being arrested for burglary.

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Debt management amid Covid-19 and beyond

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NSTF-South32 Awards

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Cost increases sharing of cigarettes

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