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Jul 13, 2007:  Re-live the latest clash in this year's Tri Nations where New Zealand set up a title showdown with Australia by beating South Africa 33-6 in Christchurch.
Jul 9, 2007:  The trans-Tasman psychological warfare has stepped up a notch entering the final fortnight of the Tri-Nations rugby tournament.
Jul 1, 2007:  A timely wakeup call or a valid reason for the world's other leading rugby sides to start icing the champagne?
Jun 29, 2007:  What price on experience in rugby World Cup year
Jun 28, 2007:  North Harbour concede they haven't exactly been poring over hours of video analysis ahead of their maiden Ranfurly Shield rugby defence against Thames Valley on Saturday.
Jun 27, 2007:  All Blacks coach Graham Henry took another swipe at the Springboks for their "cheap shots" last weekend and pleaded with officials to help stamp them out this year.
Jun 24, 2007:  All Blacks coach Graham Henry's World Cup master plan paid its first dividend four months early as they buried their recent South African bogey.
Jun 17, 2007:  Graham Henry says his players' concentration was clouded by their impending flight to South Africa when justifying the All Blacks underwhelming start to an inevitable 10-try dispatch of rugby underlings Canada in Hamilton.
Jun 12, 2007:  "If there is one thing the Wallabies have got its experience with nine of the 25 players that have travelled to Cape Town being veterans from the RWC 2003." Rollo Manning reports
Jun 11, 2007:  "New Zealand's World Cup broadcaster, TV3, has already started counting down to September's global showdown, reminding us today that there are just 80 odd days to go until the opening fixture." Huw Turner reports
Jun 3, 2007:  New Zealand have won the Emirates Airline Edinburgh Sevens and regained the IRB Sevens World Series title from Fiji on a pulsating day of action at Murrayfield.
Jun 3, 2007:  The All Blacks issued an ominous warning to their rugby World Cup rivals at Eden Park by winning ugly but still putting an admittedly inferior French side away.
Jun 2, 2007:  "Quite what Winston Churchill, the polo-playing product of a football-playing school, would have made of having a rugby tournament named in his honour is anybody's guess." Huw Richards reports
Jun 1, 2007:  The All Blacks may be rolling out much of their World Cup artillery but there is still an element of caginess to Graham Henry's approach to the clash against France.
May 29, 2007:  Rotation is back in vogue and rebuilding today joined reconditioning as an All Blacks' buzzword as New Zealand's World Cup rugby campaign approaches its first hurdle of the year.
May 28, 2007:  New Zealand's most problematic backline position is causing more headaches, with the four prime centre candidates to face France playing little or no part in the All Blacks' latest training session.
May 25, 2007:  Re-live a busy day of international action with our commentary archive featuring Australia's narrow win over Wales and South Africa's thumping of England.
May 17, 2007:  "Conventional wisdom in the bars and on talk- back would have you believe that the absence of the re-conditioned All Blacks cost both the Crusaders and the Blues" Huw Turner reports
May 17, 2007:  "There could be a slight twist in the tale in the sense that the country's leading Springboks will be slugging away at one another relentlessly with the first test against England in Bloemfontein just around the corner." Stephen Nell reports
May 13, 2007:  "Rugby celebrations erupted in Durban and Pretoria after New Zealand was sent packing from the 2007 Super 14 in no uncertain manner." - NZPA's Daniel Gilhooly reports
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