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"It's up to all of us to stand up to them" - Dame Susan Devoy on sideline abusers

The following is an open letter from Dame Susan Devoy, New Zealand Race Relations Commissioner.
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Dame Susan Devoy

ITM Cup 2015 set to kick off

Today marks 14 days until the ITM Cup kicks off – and with one Ranfurly Shield, two trophies up for grabs, 10 weeks of play, 14 teams and 72 matches - the competition is sure to be nothing less than action-packed.
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ITM Cup

England and Wales survive "savage" and "gruesome" training camps

While the Southern Hemisphere's big guns are in action with The Investec Rugby Championship currently being played, the North are finalising their squads with some tough training sessions that have been described by the participants as some of the most arduous they have ever been part of.


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England 2015

Waratahs coach to play alongside other former All Blacks

Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson will join his former All Black teammates Justin Marshall and Brad Thorn after being named in a Rest of the World squad for a charity rugby match in London ahead of the World Cup.
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Daryl Gibson

Pacific Nations Cup reaches exciting climax

Five of the six teams in the World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup 2015 go into the final round of pool matches on Wednesday with a chance of making the final next week.
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Pacific Nations Cup

Nonu says Bok pair were toughest

All Blacks second five-eighths Ma'a Nonu rates South African midfield rivals Jean de Villiers and Jaque Fourie as the toughest combination he has faced.
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Ma'a Nonu and Jean de Villiers

Luke Whitelock steps up for ITM dominators

Loose forward Luke Whitelock will have his own reasons for attempting to ensure Canterbury's dominance of the ITM Cup continues this year.
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Luke Whitelock

Full house signs could go up at World Cup

England's Rugby World Cup is close to a sell out.
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Webb Ellis Trophy

Kerr-Barlow signs for two more years

Recovering All Blacks halfback Tawera Kerr-Barlow has signed for another two years with the Chiefs and Waikato.
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Tawera Kerr-Barlow

Injury research needs to be ongoing

On-going research is vital to player welfare in rugby an Auckland-based rugby health study has shown.
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Luke Braid

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