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Campbell Burnes takes a stroll back through the last 30 years and, while the world is in a state of flux, one thing has not changed – the All Blacks do not lose at Eden Park.
Campbell Burnes dived into the record books to highlight some dark All Blacks defeats that have been forgotten because they were not Test matches. The mighty All Blacks have lost just 178 times in 140 years since a national rugby team was first assembled in 1884. No less than 125 of those defeats have come […]

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Something of a schoolboy star, Etene Nanai-Seturo has gradually developed into a very good professional and brings lightning feet and finishing power to the Chiefs, writes Campbell Burnes.
Twelve months on from the devastation wrought by Cyclone Gabrielle, Aiden McLaughlin checks in with rugby clubs and unions from Napier to Ruatoria to see how they have bounced back and what they did to keep the doors open.
Campbell Burnes attempts to unravel the issue of abuse of match officials, how bad it is in New Zealand, and what support systems are in place for those affected.
Ian ‘Kamo’ Jones would like to see the fan in the stands be at the front and centre of considerations far more than they are now.
Campbell Burnes tries to find the right words to describe a stellar year for the All Blacks’ No 8 and World Rugby’s player of the year.
Campbell Burnes attempts to evaluate Ian Foster’s four-year tenure as All Blacks head coach and finds that, given so many variables, it’s not easy to pigeon-hole his reign.
The rise and rise of Cam Roigard continues unabated, reports Liam Napier from France.
Phil Gifford relates some of the story behind working on Sir Wayne Smith’s book, Smithy: Endless Winters and the Spring of ’22 (out now) and the inner workings of a man who has been involved in the thick of the All Blacks and rugby in general for over 40 years.
All Blacks Tours are gearing up to send large numbers to Rugby World Cup 2023 and they have enlisted a former All Black in the know as one of their tour guides.
Damian McKenzie struck a rich vein of form for the Chiefs through March and April and, as Campbell Burnes writes, he could be the man to inspire the Chiefs to their first Super Rugby title in a decade.
Kieran Read recalls happy First XV days with his mates at Rosehill College.
Renowned for his dazzling speed and fearless defence, Leroy Carter has quickly established himself in the All Blacks Sevens team. Peter White finds out what makes the dynamic maestro tick.
Campbell Burnes has never hidden his admiration for First XV rugby, and he looks back at two of the best big games from last season.
You would not know that Jorja Miller spent much of 2022 rehabbing after knee surgery when you consider she has taken the Women’s Sevens World Series circuit by storm in 2023, writes Campbell Burnes.
Campbell Burnes interviews the man tasked with driving the Black Ferns 15s team, culture and pathway through to at least the 2025 Rugby World Cup (pages 24-27).
Peter White talks to a key player for the Chiefs about a move to Ireland and winning Super Rugby Pacific (pages 58-60).
Campbell Burnes clocks in with Blues centre Rieko Ioane, who was fast closing in on several significant milestones (pages 36-38).
New Rugby News columnist Kendra Cocksedge runs her learned eye over who we should be watching out for – players and teams – in Super Rugby Aupiki II.
Campbell Burnes forecasts improvement from Moana Pasifika in their second season, but will it be enough to reach the playoffs?
Campbell Burnes chats to the Chiefs outside back, who has experience to match his talent and is coming off a stellar second half of the 2022 season.
Liam Napier catches up with a 28-year-old man who has proven an integral, and amusing, part of the Blues since 2019.
Jeff McTainsh waxes lyrical on a man with an ordinary name who carved out an extraordinary career.
Campbell Burnes caught up with former All Blacks manager John Sturgeon and found him hale and hearty.
Campbell Burnes talks to the greatest Black Ferns No 9 of all time, who hangs the boots up as a champion at both provincial and international level.
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