Quade Cooper's hopes of playing for the Australia sevens team at the Olympics this summer has been met with a minor setback.
Quade Cooper has joined Australia's Rugby Sevens programme in a bid to make their squad for the Rio Olympics.
Australia flanker Michael Hooper has been named captain of the New South Wales Waratahs for the 2016 season, taking over from lock Dave Dennis.
Exeter have signed Australia prop Greg Holmes on a two-year contract, beginning next season.
Scotland will have a chance to avenge their heartbreaking World Cup defeat to Australia when the teams meet next autumn.
Stephen Moore has signed a new deal with the Australia Rugby Union after turning down offers from European clubs.
Australia captain Stephen Moore is to leave the Brumbies at the end of the 2016 season and rejoin the Queensland Reds.
Bordeaux-Begles have unveiled new signing Australia World Cup finalist Sekope Kepu.
Andy Marinos has been appointed chief executive of SANZAR, the governing body of southern hemisphere rugby.
Australia's Michael Cheika is looking forward to meeting old friend Eddie Jones in next year's series against England.
Leicester Tigers have announced that Australia international Matt Toomua will join the club ahead of the 2016/17 season.
Losing World Cup finalists Australia will seek a first grand slam since 1984 as part of a five-Test tour of Europe next year.
Australia's Israel Folau requires surgery on the ankle he injured at the World Cup and will be sidelined for at least three months.
David Pocock will take four weeks' holiday to recuperate after the Rugby World Cup before considering club offers.
The RFU has denied making any approach for Australia coach Michael Cheika, the current world coach of the year.
The Barbarians have added some big names to their squad for their forthcoming matches with Gloucester and Argentina.
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