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Super Rugby
Feb 26, 2015:  Otago Rugby has a distinct culture, identity and ethos, and Jamie Joseph explains how "geography is a crucial plank of the Highlanders' identity"
Six Nations
Feb 25, 2015:  The two leading contenders for the best modern open-side flanker go head to head in Paris on Saturday. John Taylor assesses the tale of the tape
Scrum Sevens
Feb 25, 2015:  Move over, Castro - from falling off a chair to stepping off the team bus, Scrum Sevens recounts some of the strangest rugby injuries ever
Craig Dowd
Feb 25, 2015:  Craig Dowd laments what "referees are doing to the scrums", saying "it is just about looking for someone to infringe, it is only going to get worse and it is turning a lot of people off the game"
Three Points
Feb 25, 2015:  Brumbies prop Scott Sio made mince meat of his Chiefs rival in Round 2 in the kind of scrummaging performance Australian rugby has been crying for, Brett McKay writes
Six Nations
Feb 24, 2015:  Martin Gillingham on the latest from France and why the national side can learn a thing or two from Top 14 side Bordeaux Begles
Monday Maul
Feb 23, 2015:  A quartet of England hopefuls stake their claim while Sam Burgess's chances dim further, and Cardiff have the Blues. Monday Maul reviews the weekend's action
Pick'n Go
Feb 23, 2015:  Melbourne rugby fans who turned up at AAMI Park on Friday saw a real game - and that's a lot more than can be said for those in attendance at last year's Test between Australia and France, Sam Bruce writes
The Growden Medal
Feb 23, 2015:  Kurtley Beale redeemed himself after a dreadful first round to claim Australian Man of the Round honours with two excellent attacking moments against the Rebels
The Growden Report
Feb 23, 2015:  The major cross-code names will always generate the biggest headlines, but Greg Growden says players with proven experience are the reliable signings
Super Rugby
Feb 22, 2015:  There is always a wonderful atmosphere at Forsyth Barr Stadium, but it goes up a notch or two for the Southern Derby, as Will Macpherson discovers
The Tom May Column
Feb 20, 2015:  Tom May has been planning for life after rugby, but that hasn't made retirement any easier to stomach
Ruck'n Maul
Feb 20, 2015:  SANZAR must tell referees to do everything they can to stop 'slow play' in order to promote "high intensity and high octane rugby", Greg Growden writes
John Mitchell Column
Feb 19, 2015:  Ireland v England may be a Six Nations title decider, but winning will mean nothing at the World Cup for either team, writes John Mitchell
Super Rugby
Feb 19, 2015:  Where did it go wrong for the Waratahs against the Force? Where must they improve against the Rebels? Richard Kelly investigates
Three Points
Feb 18, 2015:  Melbourne Rebels registered a stunning victory first up but it will count for little unless they make it two on the trot, Brett McKay writes in Three Points
Craig Dowd
Feb 18, 2015:  Dan Carter must get himself 100 per cent fit as his ageing body is fast becoming a liability for the Crusaders, Craig Dowd writes
Scrum Sevens
Feb 18, 2015:  After Glen Jackson's dubious performance at Murrayfield, Scrum Sevens looks at other referees in the dock
The Phil Vickery Column
Feb 16, 2015:  England must quicken up the time they take around the set piece. If they do that, they'll win in Dublin. Phil Vickery's latest column
Six Nations
Feb 16, 2015:  John Griffiths picks through the facts and figures from the first weekend of the Six Nations to help you plot your fantasy rugby moves
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Live Scores

Closing the shop would benefit us all

Proposals to remove promotion and relegation from the Aviva Premiership would be for the good of the game overall, argues John Taylor

Why Ireland can win the World Cup

Ireland have the world sitting up and taking notice - and rugby's structure in Europe will aid their Rugby World Cup bid, writes John Mitchell

When Italy upset the Six Nations applecart

Where does Italy's win over Scotland rank among their successes in the Six Nations? Scrum Sevens investigates

England must learn to play on the edge

The tone was set early on in Dublin as a more clinical Ireland made England pay. All is not lost, however, argues Phil Vickery

Gareth Delve to Japan?