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New Zealand Rugby
Jan 13, 2012:  The Hadlee Stand will be pulled down at Christchurch's AMI Stadium and doubts remain over the future of the whole ground
New Zealand Rugby
Jan 8, 2012:  Rugby in Christchurch has received a huge boost following a donation of NZ$400,000 (£202,000) from Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL)
New Zealand Rugby
Nov 8, 2011:  Rugby will return to Christchurch after the New Zealand Rugby Union confirmed that the earthquake-damaged city will host the All Blacks in 2012
Rugby World Cup
Aug 23, 2011:  England and Australia will pay a visit to the earthquake-stricken Christchurch during the 2011 World Cup
New Zealand Rugby
Jun 27, 2011:  New Zealand Rugby Union chief executive Steve Tew has revealed that rugby may never return to the earthquake-damaged AMI Stadium in Christchurch
Rugby World Cup
Mar 16, 2011:  England manager Martin Johnson has lent his support to the decision to move Rugby World Cup matches away from earthquake-ravaged Christchurch
New Zealand Rugby
Sep 4, 2010:  Rugby New Zealand 2011 chief Martin Snedden has reported no major damage to AMI Stadium after a devastating earthquake struck Christchurch
News in Brief
Dec 10, 2009:  All the latest rugby news, including Bath's Matt Banahan being banned for two weeks for stamping and the Crusaders' decision to slash season ticket prices
News in Brief
Jun 28, 2009:  All the latest rugby news, with Italian captain Sergio Parisse banned for eight weeks for gouging
News in Brief
Jun 27, 2009:  All the latest rugby news, with Italian captain Sergio Parisse set to face a disciplinary panel after an alleged gouge
New Zealand v Italy, Christchurch, Saturday 27 June
Jun 25, 2009:  Italy coach Nick Mallett has picked his strongest possible XV to play the All Blacks this Saturday
News in Brief
Jun 19, 2009:  Former South African fly-half Andre Pretorius has joined Australian Super 14 franchise the Force as their marquee player for next season.
July 14 down the years
Jul 14, 1900:  2001 The deciding third Test between the Wallabies and the Lions goes Australia's way. The sides tie on tries and conversions but Matt Burke's five penalties to three by Jonny Wilkinson leave the hosts
June 12 down the years
Jun 12, 1900:  A cruel last-minute penalty decision against the Lions gave All Black Grant Fox the chance to kick the goal that won the opening Test, 20-18, in Christchurch.
May 26 down the years
May 26, 1900:  May 26 down the years
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