Wallaby playmaker Kurtley Beale was given a hefty fine by the ARU at a disciplinary hearing on Friday but is eligible for selection.
2015's Rugby Championship season will start with New Zealand hosting Argentina in Christchurch on Friday 17 July.
The Barbarians have added All Blacks Adam Thomson, Francis Saili and Frank Halai to their squad that will face Australia at Twickenham....
Wallabies utility back Adam Ashley-Cooper will quit Australia after next year's World Cup to play club rugby in Europe.
The Wallabies staffer who clashed with Kurtley Beale and sparked a major controversy has quit, according to reports.
Quade Cooper earned a recall to the Australia set-up but Kurtley Beale was sidelined as he awaits his fate from a disciplinary hearing....
Kurtley Beale is in hot water again, over 'highly inappropriate and deeply offensive text messages' about an ARU member of staff.
Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie and utility back Kurtley Beale are set to be interviewed by the ARU's integrity unit on Wednesday.
Australia will face Argentina in Mendoza on Saturday, but captain Michael Hooper hasn't forgotten about the next Bledisloe Cup clash....
The term 'dead rubber' was whispered in Jo'burg before being quashed. Of course the same has happened before this fixture.
The Wallabies have announced two changes to their starting line-up for Saturday's final Rugby Championship clash against Argentina.
Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie believes the final scoreline in Saturday's defeat to South Africa is not a fair reflection his team's effort....
South Africa were forced to come from behind to seal a 28-10 Rugby Championship victory over Australia in Cape Town on Saturday.
Once you've looked past all the scandal mongering, Saturday's Rugby Championship clash at Newlands is lining up to be cracker.
Australia have made three changes to their starting line-up for Saturday's clash with South Africa in Cape Town.
All Blacks pivot Beauden Barrett is aware of the significance of the chance which he has before him over the next two weeks.
Wallabies scrum-half Will Genia believes the Springboks will be highly motivated when the teams clash in Cape Town on Saturday.