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Jan 18, 2008:  France retained the RBS 6 Nations title in 2007 and Ireland proved worthy Triple Crown recipients - but there was no Grand Slam achieved for a third successive campaign.
Jan 18, 2008:  Sometime this year Brian Ashton will pop down to Buckingham Palace to pick up his MBE from The Queen.
Jan 17, 2008:  England's strength in Europe will translate perfectly to victory in the forthcoming RBS 6 Nations Championship, writes PA Sport's Andrew Baldock.
Jan 15, 2008:  Not quite sure how the quarter-final picture is shaping up in this season's Heineken Cup
Jan 10, 2008:  One felt "The Volcano'' had already erupted, such was the gushing praise for Vainikolo from England head coach Brian Ashton and Rugby Football Union elite rugby director Rob Andrew.
Jan 9, 2008:  Twickenham is ready to witness its first volcanic eruption - and Wales could be the hapless victims
Jan 9, 2008:  We want to hear your views on this year's Six Nations Championship - and we'll be publishing the best comments as part of our coverage
Jan 7, 2008:  "Heyneke Meyer, who led the Bulls to success in the Super14 last year, is the marginal favourite and will be the first candidate to be interviewed in Cape Town." Stephen Nell reports on the race to become the new Boks coach
Jan 6, 2008:  Jason Robinson has won the Rugby Union Writers' Club prestigious Pat Marshall Award.
Jan 2, 2008:  "Like it or not international rugby now revolves around World Cups and this year's RBS Six Nations Championship marks the start of a new four year cycle." JT reports
Dec 21, 2007:  "Watching Danny Cipriani was something else...I was immediately reminded of the young Barry John and I don't think I have said that about anyone since he retired." Read John Taylor's verdict on Brian Ashton's new deal.
Dec 20, 2007:  "Expect Brian Ashton to crack on at a fair old pace following his reappointment as England head coach." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock reports
Dec 20, 2007:  England coach Brian Ashton has been reappointed on an "indefinite" contract, elite rugby director Rob Andrew has confirmed.
Dec 19, 2007:  The question mark over the future of England coach Brian Ashton is no more after he was re-appointed to the post by the Rugby Football Union.
Dec 18, 2007:  Brian Ashton is set to be retained as England's head coach when Rob Andrew delivers his World Cup review at Twickenham on Wednesday.
Dec 17, 2007:  "Best to go easy on the indelible ink as yet, but it is certainly possible to start pencilling a few names into the Heineken Cup playoff stages after weekend four of pool matches." Huw Richards reports
Dec 13, 2007:  "Maybe, instead of an anniversary card next Thursday, the Rugby Football Union will hand Brian a new contract." PA's Andrew Baldock reports
Dec 10, 2007:  "Four of the six groups are shaping as three-way battles, while the other two look more like two-way head-to-heads." Huw Richards reports
Dec 5, 2007:  "If they do subsidise Argentines to stay at home the Fijians and Samoans will, quite justifiably, demand the same so that they too can upset the old order." JT reports
Nov 30, 2007:  A global Rugby Forum hosted by the International Rugby Board in England concluded this week with the establishment of a series of measures that are designed to continue the phenomenal growth of Rugby.
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