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 31, 2007: England will fly home from South Africa on Monday - and a space rocket wouldn't be quick enough to get them out of town, such has been the dismal nature of this two-week trip.
May 30, 2007: Brian Ashton will not adopt an excuses culture - despite England's South Africa tour descending to a chronic state of disarray.
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 28, 2007: England have begun picking up the pieces after a record defeat against South Africa, with scrum-half Andy Gomarsall admitting: "Reality has hit us."
May 27, 2007: A last-gasp Wallabies victory over Wales last night didn't avert the predictable barrage of criticism from Australia's rugby media.
May 25, 2007: "Suddenly, from the high drama of Twickenham we have moved to the farce of international rugby for the sake of it - or, even worse, just for the money." JT reports
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 23, 2007: The latest incarnation of the adidas rugby ball was punted by a trio of All Black kickers today and thankfully for the sports equipment giant there was no immediate reference to either fruit or farm animals.
May 22, 2007: "England's best chance of beating the Springboks on South African soil in their series will be in Bloemfontein on Saturday." Stephen Nell reports
May 21, 2007: David Strettle cuts a confident figure with his rock star haircut and devastating finishing, but the England winger revealed he is driven by a constant fear of failure.
May 21, 2007: "It was typical of Wasps that they should keep the best to last, an overwhelming display that left the most consistent and resourceful team in England utterly powerless." Huw Richards reports
May 18, 2007: Re-live our coverage of London Wasps' Heineken Cup Final triumph over Leicester Tigers the dramatic Super 14 Final between the Sharks and the Bulls.
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: "England touched down in Johannesburg this week ready for arguably their most pointless tour of the professional era." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock 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 15, 2007: "The negative tactics of Jones, McKenzie and to some extent in the early rounds Fisher can be blamed for much of the unattractive play..." Rollo Manning reports
May 15, 2007: South African Rugby Union (Saru) president Oregan Hoskins has admitted that he and leading administrators of SA Rugby created a dangerous precedent by including Luke Watson in the Springboks training squad.
May 15, 2007: The Sharks are not paying too much attention on whether the Bulls will have their star halfback Fourie du Preez back for Saturday's Super 14 rugby final in Durban.