Monday's ridiculous media conference showed yet again that Rugby Australia is completely bereft of good leadership, writes Greg Growden.
Michael Cheika's fate as Wallabies coach could be determined before Christmas, according to Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clyne.
The immediate fate of Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will be decided at Rugby Australia's board meeting next Monday while former Test hooker Brendan Cannon says the long-term solution to the team's woes is David Nucifora.
SANZAAR issued another typically vague response to reports Super Rugby may revert to a 14-team competition from 2021. It's not such a bad situation, though, and one the governing body would be wise to embrace, Sam Bruce writes.
Rugby legend David Campese has made the bold claim that the Wallabies can rebound from their worst Test campaign in 60 years and win the 2019 World Cup.
World Cup-winning legend David Campese believes Rugby Australia would be panicking if it gambled on an overseas replacement for beleaguered Wallabies coach Michael Cheika.
Rugby Australia has resisted Jake White's offer as a gun for hire and ruled out making a play for South Africa's World Cup-winning coach to take charge of the Wallabies.
New Zealand were beaten, Ireland and Wales were not. England secured important results while Australia looked broken. ESPN looks at the key takeaways from this month.
A culture that looks for excuses, misleads the public and has an arrogant streak got what it deserved in London to round out a woeful 2018 for the Wallabies. But don't expect Rugby Australia to act, they're just as much at fault -- Greg Growden writes.
England prop Kyle Sinckler used a sledge to remind the Wallabies of their off-field issues in his team's Test win at Twickenham.
Australia coach Michael Cheika was incensed at what he called the "ludicrous decision" not to penalise Owen Farrell for a no-arms tackle on Izack Rodda.
Eddie Jones' men made it three wins from four but another unpunished shoulder tackle by Owen Farrell shows there is still work to be done before next year's World Cup.
England completed a highly satisfying November series with a crushing 37-18 four-try victory over a ragged Australia on Saturday.
The Wallabies' preparations for Saturday's Test against England have been thrown into turmoil after it emerged Adam Ashley-Cooper and Kurtley Beale were axed after breaking team rules.
Talismanic Wallabies back-rower David Pocock has been ruled out Saturday's clash with England after failing a late fitness test.
Wallabies defence coach Nathan Grey has hit back at claims from All Blacks boss Steve Hansen that something is not right about Australian rugby.
Can England finish their year on a high with a sixth straight win against Australia? And will Scotland bounce back against Argentina?
David Pocock will start at No.8 for Australia against England after overcoming a neck injury, as Kurtley Beale was dropped from Michael Cheika's 23-man squad.
Manu Tuilagi and Dylan Hartley are both on the bench for England's final November international against Australia with Joe Cokanasiga named on the wing.
England coach Eddie Jones believes Australia are playing mind games over David Pocock's fitness ahead of Saturday's Test and fully expects the talismanic flanker to play at Twickenham.
Blaming the Wallabies for some recent lacklustre All Blacks performances, and two defeats in 2018, may be drawing a bow longer than Pinocchio's nose, but it does shine a light on why Michael Cheika's outfit are well adrift of rugby's top dogs.
Exciting Wallabies rookie Jordan Petaia has rejected interest from NRL clubs and committed his future to rugby union, signing a new four-year contract with Rugby Australia.
Wallabies veteran Will Genia will bring up his 100th Test cap against England this weekend, but the scrum-half says the Indigenous jersey and, or course, a first win in five over the Auld Enemy, are far more important.
Scrum-half Danny Care is one of three players dropped from the England squad for the final November international against Australia on Saturday.
Rebels recruit Quade Cooper insists he doesn't need to change as he looks to kick-start his Super Rugby career with his shift to Melbourne.
- AUS4thTRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 33 Tries ScoredNZL1st1633
- AUS4thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 93 Points DifferenceNZL1st-5293