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Tuesday 19th February 07:07
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen admits he is frustrated at Richard Kahui's decision to turn his back on the All Blacks.
Wednesday 13th February 09:07
World Cup-winner Richard Kahui is set become the latest New Zealand international to make the switch to Japan after agreeing a deal with Toshiba.
Sunday 20th May 11:42
Zac Guilford has been recalled to the New Zealand squad after injuries left the All Blacks short of wingers.
Thursday 13th October 20:07
New Zealand have dropped Sonny Bill Williams to the bench for Sunday's World Cup semi-final against Australia.
Saturday 10th September 10:33
New Zealand's Richard Kahui made sure he credited his team-mates after his two-try display in the win over Tonga.
Tuesday 20th July 09:19
New Zealand back Richard Kahui could return to action before the end of the Tri-Nations despite fracturing his shoulder.
Thursday 27th May 11:21
New Zealand have suffered another blow ahead of the summer Tests with news that Richard Kahui will be ruled out for three weeks.
Friday 5th June 16:21
New Zealand centre Richard Kahui is expected to be sidelined for six months because of a shoulder surgery.
Tuesday 17th June 07:11
Richard Kahui and Rudi Wulf are set to make their international debuts after being named in New Zealand's side to face England.
I watched Bath v Saracens last Friday and was very impressed with George Ford and how well he controlled that game for Bath. I would love to see him play a big role in the autumn internationals and I hope Stuart Lancaster starts him for at least two of the four Tests.
The England coach will be chatting with Sky Sports News on Monday - tweet us your questions using #asklancaster
The former England player and coach, now coaching USA, talks to Sky Sports about his teams chances of qualifying for Rio in 2016, as well as the ongoing issues currently facing Kenya's 7s team.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com