Feb 12, 2008: Western Force coach John Mitchell has retained Matt Henjak for their Super 14 rugby opener despite the halfback being investigated for an incident which left teammate Haig Sare with a broken jaw.
Feb 12, 2008: The southern hemisphere's showpiece provincial competition, the Super 14, gets underway this weekend and while the action promises to be as fierce as ever, the spotlight will focus on the Experimental Law Variations (ELVs).
Feb 4, 2008: Australian Rugby Union has announced an initiative to fuel the passions of Investec Super 14 fans.
Jan 17, 2008: Highlanders rugby Super 14 captain Craig Newby will go under the surgeon's knife today to remove a piece of bone from his foot.
Dec 7, 2007: Former All Blacks coach John Mitchell has slammed the reappointment of Graham Henry today, believing politics has counted against the best candidate, Robbie Deans.
Dec 6, 2007: Players for New Zealand's Super 14 teams' wider training groups have been announced.
Dec 3, 2007: Western Force rugby coach John Mitchell has raided the league ranks to secure one-time Kiwis hopeful Josh Tatupu for his first Super 14 contract.
Nov 30, 2007: Western Force duo Scott Fava and Richard Brown have been found guilty of mistreating quokkas and fined A$11,000 and A$5000 respectively.
Nov 5, 2007: Western Force coach John Mitchell has raised the bar of expectation for his side ahead of next year's Super 14 season.
Oct 31, 2007: New Zealand's squads for the 2008 Rebel Sport Super 14 have been announced.
Oct 2, 2007: Australia centre Matt Giteau believes World Cup quarter-final opponents England are a far more dangerous team now Jonny Wilkinson is back in the team.
Sep 12, 2007: SANZAR, the governing body of rugby's Investec Super 14 and Tri Nations has today released the schedule for the 2008 Super 14 competition.
Aug 22, 2007: Australian Super 14 side Western Force have angrily rubbished newspaper rumours of the departure of Wallaby star Matt Giteau and other senior players.
Aug 2, 2007: The Australian Rugby Union will post a financial loss this year - and they blamed Wales' decision to tour with a weakened squad as a significant factor in the shortfall.
Jun 7, 2007: John O'Neill admits trans-Tasman rugby relations have plummeted and one of his first tasks as Australian Rugby Union (ARU) chief executive is to clear the air.
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 11, 2007: If it depends on form, expectation or a drama-free buildup, then don't be surprised to see two South African teams squaring off in next week's Super 14 rugby final.
May 10, 2007: Teams for the Super 14 rugby semifinals (kickoffs Sunday morning NZ time):
May 10, 2007: The Crusaders and Blues are the semifinal kings of Super rugby, an historical tag that will be tested to the full in South Africa this weekend.
May 9, 2007: South African rugby fans have been warned not to expect the Crusaders and Blues to wither because they are playing away from home in this weekend's Super 14 semifinals.