The 2019-20 professional rugby season in France will not be completed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Having been hit hard financially by the coronavirus crisis, Rugby Australia has confirmed a third of their staff will be made redundant.
The Japan-based Sunwolves will not play in Australia's Super Rugby competition this year.
Changes to lockdown regulations has cleared the way for cricket, football and rugby teams to return to training in South Africa.
An Australia-based Super Rugby competition starting later this year will include the Force.
With travel restrictions in place around the world, Australia could be a hub for the Rugby Championship.
Izack Rodda, Isaac Lucas and Harry Hockings were released from their RA and Reds contracts on Saturday.
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Super Rugby side the Reds have stood down three players amid a pay dispute.
Rugby Australia has felt the brunt of the coronavirus crisis, but World Rugby has come to the rescue with a major cash injection.
European Professional Club Rugby will make "every effort" to finish this season while also planning for the future.
The Premier League was brought to a halt by the coronavirus pandemic in March but could be set to resume in June.
Professional sport in the UK moved a step closer to returning on Wednesday as the government approved phase one of a return to training.
An easing of lockdown measures means rugby players could return to training, but the RFU says further work is needed before that can happen.
Super Rugby Aotearoa, to be played by New Zealand's five teams, will begin on June 13.
Billy Vunipola was among five Saracens players pictured breaking social-distancing rules this week.