World Rugby is encouraging people to stay in shape ahead of the restart of sporting activity through its injury prevention exercise programme, Activate.
PRO14 has agreed to sell a 28 per cent stake in the league to private equity firm CVC Capital Partners.
Rugby Europe has signed a new partnership with the European University Sports Association (EUSA), with a strengthening of ties to develop rugby among university students.
South Africa Rugby has approved a plan aimed at reducing the sport's budget by R1.2 billion (£53 million/$65 million/€60 million) by the end of the year.
World Rugby will host a series of podcasts, features, interviews, documentaries and classic match footage this week, centering on past inductees from the sport's Hall of Fame.
Sport Ireland has said it will not appeal against the "leniency" of rugby player James Cronin's one-month-ban for an "unintentional anti-doping violation".
Agustín Pichot has confirmed his resignation as an Argentinian representative on the World Rugby Council, following his defeat to Sir Bill Beaumont in the governing body's chairman election earlier this month.
Pacific Rugby Players Welfare chief hopes Kean controversy can influence long-term governance change
Pacific Rugby Players Welfare (PRPW) chief executive Daniel Leo hopes the controversy surrounding Francis Kean can lead to a long-term change in governance of the sport in the region.
Sport Ireland are considering appealing the one-month doping ban of Munster and Ireland rugby prop James Cronin, due to the "leniency" of the sentence.
Sir Bill Beaumont has insisted that he has no casting vote in the forthcoming election for the leadership of World Rugby that pits him against Argentina's Agustín Pichot.
On June 11, 1974, Brazil's Joäo Havelange defeated the English incumbent Sir Stanley Rous by 68 votes to 52 in an election for the Presidency of FIFA, the world football body.
Irish rugby player James Cronin has been handed a one-month ban after his failed drugs test was deemed to be down to a pharmacy error.
Rugby Europe has cancelled and postponed several of their events due to the ongoing crisis surrounding COVID-19.
European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) have held talks about the inception of a new Rugby Club World Cup.
World Rugby have published guidelines of rule changes in the sport in an attempt to reduce the chance of injury.