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 18, 2007: Scotland head coach Frank Hadden has ended speculation over his immediate future by signing a new rolling contract with the Scottish Rugby Union.
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 16, 2007: The brand new scrum.com advert debuted across the ESPN networks last week - not seen it yet
Dec 16, 2007: Crowded House, pavlova, Phar Lap and now Robbie Deans
Dec 14, 2007: Unwanted one week and much sought after the next, Robbie Deans will be a busy man next rugby season.
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 7, 2007: New Zealand rugby history was twisted on its head today when Graham Henry was asked to redeem himself as All Blacks coach.
Dec 6, 2007: "No-one can argue that Henson deserved to celebrate an excellent victory, but there are issues that need addressing." PA's Andrew Baldock 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
Dec 4, 2007: Sanzar today confirmed its intention to "supercharge Super 14 rugby", and hopes the new law variations will also spice up next year's Tri-Nations series.
Nov 30, 2007: Argentina will not be admitted into the RBS 6 Nations after being told by the International Rugby Board their future lies in the southern hemisphere.
Nov 30, 2007: The International Rugby Board (IRB) announced today that the Rugby World Cup 2011 tournament in New Zealand will comprise 20 teams.
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.
Nov 29, 2007: Eddie O'Sullivan's campaign to repair the damage done by Ireland's embarrassing World Cup and land the prized Lions job starts on Saturday.
Nov 27, 2007: Only four candidates - Graham Henry, Robbie Deans, Colin Cooper and Ian Foster - are in the race for the much-prized position of All Blacks coach.
Nov 24, 2007: "There are no powerful driving forwards in the front five - and only Alun-Wyn Jones looks to have the potential to be able to compete at the highest level." John Taylor delivers his verdict on Wales
Nov 24, 2007: "Woodward's successor has not yet been appointed but he will not be allowed anywhere near as much power under the management of Gerald Davies." John Taylor reports