New Zealand named the following team to play England in the first test match at Auckland’s Eden Park on June 7.
New Zealand rugby union selectors named the following team to play South Africa in the Aug. 20 Tri-Nations rugby Test in Port Elizabeth:
New Zealand beat France 8-7 in the closest-ever Rugby World Cup final, ending a run of five failures at the championship of its national sport.
Britain’s soon-to-be overhauled financial regulator will have power to prosecute insider trading and market abuse, in a reversal of plans announced in May by the U.K. government.
New Zealand recalled four players for their first Test appearance of 2011 in the All Blacks’ final match before their Rugby World Cup squad is announced.
New Zealand made 11 changes for this weekend’s Tri-Nations rugby decider against Australia, including picking Piri Weepu at scrum-half and Sam Whitelock at lock.
New Zealand rugby selectors rested nine senior players including captain Richie McCaw and playmaker Dan Carter for next week’s Tri-Nations match in South Africa.
New Zealand made six changes to face Argentina in the Rugby Championship this weekend, naming Julian Savea on the wing for his third Test start and calling up Aaron Cruden at fly-half after Dan Carter was ruled out.
Rugby World Cup favorite New Zealand made nine changes to play Tonga in the tournament’s opening match in two days, retaining only two of the seven backs who started last month’s loss to Australia.
Charles Landgraf, the last of four partners who was managing Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP after the firm created a new five-member chairman’s office in March, left for Arnold & Porter LLP yesterday.
"We are referring the case to an external tribunal, so that proper consideration can be taken as to what action the FSA should properly take, if any, against Mr. Verrier."
- Tony Woodcock on May 16, 2012