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Wednesday 16th October 19:48
Cory Jane has been selected to play for New Zealand in their final Bledisloe Cup clash against Australia in Dunedin on Saturday.
Tuesday 1st October 14:06
Hooker Keven Mealamu says New Zealand are expecting a hostile reception at Ellis Park in Saturday's Rugby Championship decider.
New Zealand name Dan Carter in their starting line-up for Saturday's Test against England at Twickenham
Thursday 29th November 07:07
Dan Carter has been cleared to return to the New Zealand starting line-up for their final Test of the year against England on Saturday.
Wednesday 11th April 10:59
Keven Mealamu believes Blues team-mate Piri Weepu's fitness is below par while he insists the team are behind coach Pat Lam.
Friday 16th September 11:14
New Zealand coach Graham Henry had admitted his side still have 'work to do' despite thrashing Japan 83-7.
Tuesday 19th April 09:02
Keven Mealamu has put pen-to-paper meaning he will remain in New Zealand until 2013.
Monday 22nd November 15:59
New Zealand's Keven Mealamu has described his two-match ban from rugby as the lowest point of his career.
Friday 12th November 22:12
Keven Mealamu admitted to a sense of relief after his four-week ban for striking an opponent with his head was halved.
Friday 12th November 16:23
Keven Mealamu had his four-week ban for striking an opponent with his head reduced to two weeks on appeal at a hearing on Friday.
Tuesday 21st July 10:23
New Zealand have received an injury boost ahead of their first Tri-Nations match against South Africa.
Friday 7th November 17:05
Graham Henry is unconcerned about a lack of experience in his side to face Scotland.
Rupert Cox shares his highlights from the week's rugby action in his round-up blog...
The best images from South Africa's narrow win over England at Twickenham.
The pressure is on at Twickenham; whoever loses on Saturday is in for a bad night knowing that the media will be sharpening their quills.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com