OPINION: The New Zealand 'eights team' needs to be ready to face the music for fielding that extra player.
OPINION: In less than three weeks yet another remake of Super Rugby unfolds.
OPINION: Sevens showed us there's a heart and mindset to match the imposing physical frame of the rising star.
OPINION: Sanzaar boss Andy Marinos has wasted no time in having a dig at those who criticise his organisation.
The Highlanders have unveiled their alternative fluorescent jerseys, but could the franchise actually be onto something?
OPINION: Sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens deserves better as he shoots for historic gold in Rio.
OPINION: The argument continues should Wellington remain NZ 7s Capital or not?
There’s a ramshackle feeling about the whole Sanzar management structure.
OPINION: Sanzar's lack of consultation hard to fathom.
OPINION: It's time to swallow European pride and follow southern hemisphere rugby's lead.
OPINION: Changing the laws at the breakdown is a must, but six-point tries?... Not so much.
OPINION: The insatiable desire to find feet of clay on our sporting heroes has already emerged.
ANALYSIS: A perfect storm has washed away the money Jonah Lomu earned in his short but stellar rugby career.
OPINION: NZ relies on a strong SA, so it's time to team up to stop France's assault on the international game.
OPINION: Cape Town has done Westpac Stadium no favours in providing a window to its sevens youth.
Dilemma for Gordon Tietjens and his team is that no one could throw the results away as a fluke.
All Blacks hooker wouldn't be the worst choice for the captain of last year's Super Rugby finalists.
OPINION: Tabai Matson at shortest odds to take over from Blackadder.
OPINION: Blood to drip from English rugby's red rose by next Christmas, be it coach's or the Machiavellian clubs'.
OPINION: Goldie remembers being a wispy fullback alongside the then "blockbusting No 8".
OPINION: Eddie Jones will demand a high workrate as he seeks to turn England around.
From teen Sevens star to global powerhouse, Lomu's breakthrough was matter of shock and awe.
Rugby's most recognizable and fearsome figure was also its most openhearted and generous.
OPINION: Jonah was the first – and arguably only – global rugby superstar.
OPINION: Clever Eddie's imminent appointment as England coach spells danger for the All Blacks.
OPINION: Be thankful for knowing an extraordinary man, writes ex-England international Brian Moore.
Jonah Lomu will be remembered as a man of great courage and character, writes Phil Gifford.
OPINION: Without McCaw, Australian hopes are raised of their first Bledisloe success in a decade.
OPINION: No need for panic or consternation, Kieran Read will be the next All Blacks captain.
OPINION: Lomu wasn’t about sport. He was bigger than that. He pushed human boundaries.