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New Zealand v England, 1st Test
Jun 5, 2014:  "I think it's a bit like Twickenham, it's home." We look at just why Eden Park is so special to the All Blacks
Rugby World Cup
Jul 1, 2011:  Rugby World Cup ticket sales have hit NZ$200m (£103m) but there are still thousands of unsold seats ahead of the tournament which starts in September
Super Rugby
Jun 14, 2011:  The Crusaders have confirmed Trafalgar Park in Nelson as the venue for a potential home Qualifier match or semi-final in this season's Super Rugby competition, if the Canterbury outfit get that far
Jun 13, 2011:  "All Blacks from the present and recent past seem to be queueing up to endorse every type of product." Huw Turner reports on the latest World Cup preparations
Ask John
Apr 25, 2011:  Rugby World Cup venues, the numbering of replacements and the 1976 Olympics. John Griffiths answers your questions in the latest edition of Ask John
Rugby World Cup
Aug 27, 2010:  Sales of tickets for next year's Rugby World Cup have passed the half a million mark according to new figures released by organisers
Rugby World Cup 2011
Apr 26, 2010:  Fifty thousand fans have pre-registered for tickets for the 2011 Rugby World Cup which go on sale on Tuesday
Jul 16, 2009:  Richie McCaw may be coming into Saturday's Tri-Nations opener on the back of a long lay off but the All Black captain insists he'll last eighty minutes against Australia
Jul 15, 2009:  Richie McCaw is expected to play all 80 minutes of Saturday's clash with Australia
New Zealand Rugby
Jul 9, 2009:  Graham Henry has hailed the return of his experienced stars Richie McCaw, Rodney So'oialo and Sitiveni Sivivatu
Dec 29, 2008:  "What Rugby World Cup in 2011 will offer is a tournament and an experience built from the cultural and rugby grassroots." Huw Turner writes
July 14 down the years
Jul 14, 1900:  2001 The deciding third Test between the Wallabies and the Lions goes Australia's way. The sides tie on tries and conversions but Matt Burke's five penalties to three by Jonny Wilkinson leave the hosts
June 20 down the years
Jun 20, 1900:  New Zealand beat France 29-9 at Eden Park in Auckland to lift the inaugural Rugby World Cup. The game was packed with legends on both sides but it was the All Blacks who ran out winners with tries from Michael Jones, David Kirk and John Kirwan.
June 14 down the years
Jun 14, 1900:  June 14 down the years
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