The dialogue phase of the process for selecting hosts for the next two men’s and women’s Rugby World Cups has started.
World Rugby has paid tribute to its former development director Lee Smith, who has died.
A working group set up to conduct a review of the governance of World Rugby has released its findings.
Rugby unions confirm receipt of letter about concussion claims on behalf of hundreds of former players
World Rugby, the Rugby Football Union and the Welsh Rugby Union have confirmed receipt of a letter of claim on behalf of various former players, where they lay bare their experiences of concussion.
Monaco has been selected as the host for the World Rugby Sevens Repechage – the final qualification event for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
World Rugby revealed its top players of the decade in both the sevens and 15-a-side codes as part of a virtual awards ceremony held this evening.
World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper is to leave the organisation early next year and head National Football League (NFL) operations in Europe and the United Kingdom.
World Rugby has accepted Burkina Faso, Iran and Laos as new full members of the governing body, while Nepal and Panama have become associate members.
The World Rugby Council is to receive an evaluation of candidates to host the Rugby World Cup, rather than a recommendation of which one should win, and voting will be made public.
World Rugby has appointed Joël Jutge as its new head of match officials, with the Frenchman due to return to the governing body when his role starts in January.
The official match ball for the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup has been unveiled as anticipation builds ahead of the draw for the competition.
The European qualifying tournament for the 2021 Rugby World Cup has been postponed indefinitely because of restrictions imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper admitted the COVID-19 pandemic has been "devastating from a revenue point of view".
World Rugby has published a new report which suggests hosting the Rugby World Cup can generate up to £2.9 billion ($3.77 billion/€3.19 billion) in total economic impact.
The draw for the 2021 Rugby World Cup, the top competition in women's rugby, has been set for November 20 and is scheduled to take place in Auckland in host nation New Zealand.