England face Australia in the World Cup quarter-finals in Oita on Saturday.
Ben Youngs has cautioned England against believing their “own hype” as they bid to avoid the upset against Australia that would end their World Cup.
Performer Kylie Minogue has paid tribute to the creator of Neighbours after his death.
Australia bounced back from their defeat to Wales with a 45-10 victory over Uruguay in Oita, but the Wallabies’ tackling was again in the spotlight.
A British-Australian woman and her Australian boyfriend accused of spying have returned home “extremely happy and relieved” as an official confirmed a British-Australian academic is still being held in Iran.
Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde says his side’s World Cup victories over Australia and Georgia “will not a matter a bit” if they fail to successfully complete their Pool D assignment.
Rhys Patchell has described fellow Wales fly-half Dan Biggar as “an unbelievable competitor” after they combined to help sink World Cup rivals Australia.
Australia boss Michael Cheika said he was “embarrassed” by the decision to penalise Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi following a tackle incident during his team’s 29-25 World Cup defeat to Wales.
Wales boss Warren Gatland hailed his players’ composure and fitness after they moved towards the World Cup quarter-finals with a memorable victory over Australia.
Wales put one foot in the World Cup quarter-finals and announced themselves as major title contenders after beating Australia 29-25 at Tokyo Stadium.
Shaun Edwards has told Wales’ players that Sunday’s World Cup clash against Australia is a game they will remember for the rest of their lives.
Australia head coach Michael Cheika has hit out at World Rugby following Reece Hodge’s three-match ban for a dangerous tackle.
Alun Wyn Jones has highlighted Wales’ intense preparations to face World Cup rivals Australia by revealing “there was a bit of red stuff flowing” in training.
Alun Wyn Jones will become Wales’ most-capped player when he leads his country against World Cup rivals Australia on Sunday.
Robin McBryde says Wales’ players are fully aware of the potential sanctions for any disciplinary lapses during the World Cup.
George North accepts that Australia are “a tough beast to beat” as Wales prepare for a World Cup showdown against the Wallabies.
Australia’s capital has become the first part of the country to legalise recreational marijuana for personal use.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor may only be four months old but his proud dad the Duke of Sussex has revealed he was transfixed by one of Cape Town’s best known landmarks – Table Mountain.
Warwickshire opener Dominic Sibley could be set to answer England’s problems at the top of the order after receiving lavish praise from Ashley Giles.
Australia found salvation in their driving line-out as they survived a scare to dispatch Fiji 39-21 in their World Cup opener at the Sapporo Dome.
Ashley Giles admits England could have an interim head coach for the upcoming tour of New Zealand but has ruled out appointing separate coaches for red-ball and white-ball cricket.
Freedom of movement between the UK and Australia could form part of future trade talks after Brexit, the International Trade Secretary has said.
Two British-Australians and an Australian national are being held in Iran for spying and “taking images at sensitive areas”, Tehran has said.
England’s Stuart Broad is confident he has plenty more to give in the Test arena after rolling back the years with a brilliant Ashes campaign.
Australia coach Justin Langer has expressed doubt about David Warner’s ability to rediscover top form after the batsman was terrorised by Stuart Broad during a torturous Ashes campaign.
A British-Australian academic who has been detained in Iran has been described as “thoughtful and passionate” by colleagues.
A cyclist has died after swerving to avoid a magpie in Australia, police said.
England finally dismissed Steve Smith for under 50 as they pressed towards an Ashes-levelling victory in the final Test at The Oval.
England reduced Australia to 68 for three in pursuit of an unlikely 399 in the final Ashes Test, but the familiar figure of Steve Smith stood between them and victory.
Australia will need to make the fifth highest chase in Test history to win the Ashes series after England set them a target of 399 on the fourth morning at The Oval.