Larkham and Grey join Wallabies

Brumbies head coach and Stephen Larkham and Waratahs assistant coach Nathan Grey have joined Michael Cheika and the Wallabies.

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More dirty laundry Down Under

The Australian Rugby Union and former employee Di Patston looks set for another round of 'airing dirty laundry in public'.

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Protesting Pocock won't go to jail

David Pocock escaped conviction on Wednesday over a protest against an Australian coal mine in which he locked himself to a digger.

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Wallabies halt exodus ... for now

NEWS: Australia have signed two-year contract extensions with 20-year-old back row forward Sean McMahon and wing Rob Horne.

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Kepu also on French conveyor belt

Australian international prop Sekope Kepu has become the latest addition to the conveyor belt moving players from the Southern Hemisphere to France.

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Bad boy Beale signs on for World Cup

NEWS: Kurtley Beale ended months of speculation about his future by signing a one-year extension to his Wallaby and Waratah contracts.

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Higginbotham joins Wallaby exodus

NEWS: Scott Higginbotham has become the latest to join a growing list of Wallabies that will head for the exit door after the World Cup this year.

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Wallabies are 'winners' off the field

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Australia may have recorded a paltry one win from four starts on the year-end tour, but they believe they are winners - off the field.

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Wallaby captain joins bad boy club

NEWS: The Australian Rugby Union has confirmed that they are aware of incident in Byron Bay involving Wallaby captain Michael Hooper.

Phipps happy to stay Down Under

BREAKING NEWS: Scrumhalf Nick Phipps has signed a two-year contract extension with the Australian Rugby Union.

O'Connor pursues World Cup dream

NEWS: Wallabies back, James O'Connor will leave Toulon after "a great six months" with the French Champions.

Mysterious scrum guru for Wallabies

The penny has finally dropped. The Wallabies know they need to resolve their scrum woes or fall short at the World Cup next year.

Honey Badger 'going back west'

FROM THE RUMOUR MILL: Popular Wallaby wing Nick Cummins could soon grace the Wallaby gold again.

Cooper prefers boxing over booze

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: From a rogue rookie to a mature man. This, in a nutshell, is the story of one of Australia's most talented players - Quade Cooper.

Rugby's boxing boys back in the ring

Fiery All Black loose forward Liam Messam will return to the growing ranks of Rugby Union players dabbling in boxing as a pre-season pastime.

Cheika the worry in my eye

Wallabies head coach Michael Cheika is unfazed about a possible mass exodus of players after next year's World Cup.

Wallabies' post-World Cup exodus

Australia's post-World Cup exodus to Europe gained further momentum with the news that former captain James Horwill will also head for the exit door.

Cooper signs on for World Cup

Wallabies flyhalf Quade Cooper has committed to Australian Rugby for another year in a deal that will take him through until the end of 2015.