Having been hit hard financially by the coronavirus crisis, Rugby Australia has confirmed a third of their staff will be made redundant.
Aled Davies has turned his back on his international career to sign for European and Premiership champions Saracens.
Glasgow Warriors felt it worked best for Danny Wilson to start work early, and for Dave Rennie to depart for his new job as... Read more
Scott Barrett recommitted to New Zealand Rugby on Tuesday.
Ruaridh Jackson, who played 33 times for Scotland, has retired from rugby union.
Rugby Australia has felt the brunt of the coronavirus crisis, but World Rugby has come to the rescue with a major cash injection.
There will be no international rugby in July after Tests involving South Africa, New Zealand and England were among those postponed.
Maro Itoje and Mako Vunipola have not committed to Saracens for next season, but John Mitchell is confident they will make the right call.
France showed their promise during the Six Nations, but Vincent Clerc warned to expect "ups and downs" from a young team.
Rob Clarke took on the role of Rugby Australia CEO on an interim basis this week and set about identifying his priorities.
Elected as a director in March, Peter Wiggs resigned from the Rugby Australia (RA) board.
After defeating Agustin Pichot in the first round of voting, Bill Beaumont will remain as the head of World Rugby for a further four... Read more
Eddie Jones is still the man who can lead England to ultimate glory at the Rugby World Cup, says Billy Vunipola.
A huge shortfall caused by the ongoing coronavirus health crisis has forced Scottish Rugby to take action.
The Rugby World Cup was a spark to encourage Wayde van Niekerk to achieve "great things" on behalf of South Africa.
We take a look at the best and worst moments of Eddie Jones' England tenure following his contract extension.