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opinion

Metro move a gamble

MONEY TALKS: Dan Carter will reportedly earn about $3 million per year by Racing Metro.

OPINION: French club should be nervous after signing the injury-prone All Black, writes Richard Knowler.

Arrogant fans hinder All Blacks

OPINION: The All Blacks are treated properly when they come to Europe but it's not a two-way thing.

Pocock should be lauded

XV without Retallick, ridiculous

super rugby

Hi-tech help for Hurricanes

T-RAIN-ING HARD: Hurricanes midfielder Ma'a Nonu throws a pass during a pre-season training session at Sinclair Park in Melrose yesterday.

Technology will play a big part in making up for the absence of the squad's All Blacks in the new year.

Fiji no certainty for Crusaders

The Crusaders' hopes of taking a match to Fiji hinge on Rob Nichol's meetings with players this week.

Dumped Brumbies chairman Sean Hammond.

Big Brumbies board shake-up

Following a record financial loss this year, the ACT Brumbies have replaced their chairman with a new board member.

sevens

SA prove sevens not easy

FINDING FORM: DJ Forbes is leading his New Zealand Sevens team up the world series table.

Master coach Gordon Tietjens has said it for years, but perhaps people are starting to believe him.

NZ sevens pay price for mistakes video

An improved NZ sevens side still not a polished winning team, beaten in a tense final on the latest leg of the World Series.

CLASH OF THE TITANS: The draw for the Wellington sevens makes a repeat of the 2014 final between New Zealand and South Africa possible, provided both teams top their pools at Westpac Stadium.

Draw made for Wellington sevens

New Zealand pooled with England, Canada and Papua New Guinea for Wellington leg of World Series.

international

Cheika unfazed by exodus

UNFAZED: Wallabies coach Michael Cheika isn't concerned about a mass exodus of players overseas after next year's Rugby World Cup.

Wallabies coach not worried about prospect of mass exodus of stars after next year's Rugby World Cup.

Wales goes sci-fi for RWC

Welsh rugby team leaving nothing to chance ahead of next year's World Cup.

ON THE MOVE: Wallabies utility back Adam Ashley-Cooper will head to France on a two-year deal after next year's World Cup.

Aussie duo on the move

Wallabies back Adam Ashley-Cooper and former captain James Horwill announce post-World Cup moves to Europe.

all blacks

DC's journey has plenty miles yet video

FRESH FACED: Dan Carter making his All Blacks debut against Wales in 2003.

Dan Carter saying goodbye to New Zealand but hello to a whole new set of dreams.

Money the big factor for Carter video

Dan Carter admits the chance to become the world’s highest paid rugby player was key in his signing for Racing Metro.

MONEY TALKS: Dan Carter will reportedly earn about $3 million per year by Racing Metro.

Metro move a gamble

OPINION: French club should be nervous after signing the injury-prone All Black, writes Richard Knowler.

provincial

Botherway named as Waikato coach

HIRED: Sean Botherway has been appointed as the new Waikato NPC coach for the next two years.

Sean Botherway has been appointed as Waikato's NPC coach for the next two years, taking over from Johnny Walters.

Refs sought for local rugby

A group of Taranaki referees have gone in front of the camera in an effort to attract more recruits to their ranks.

STAYING PUT: Taranaki assistant coach Leo Crowley was overlooked for the Waikato job.

Crowley to remain with Taranaki

Leo Crowley is likely to carry on his role as Taranaki assistant coach next season after he was overlooked for the Waikato job.