SBS - Science & Technology Rugby - Blue cards on show as Australia, New Zealand step up concussion fight 2017-03-23T15:18:57.000000Z SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian Rugby Union have followed trans-Tasman neighbours New Zealand by introducing a blue card to be used by referees to prevent players from staying on the pitch after being concussed. Rugby - All Blacks would have played England, preferred Barbarians 2017-03-23T15:18:00.000000Z WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The All Blacks would have played England in November had the Rugby Football Union arranged the test but the existing fixture against the Barbarians was always their preference, New Zealand Rugby Chief Executive Steve Tew said on Thursday. Trump, Russia connection raised in report 2017-03-23T15:14:12.000000Z Donald Trump colluded with Russian operatives to damage Hillary Clinton's election campaign, FBI information reportedly indicates. Rebels see Tahs as Super Rugby must-win 2017-03-23T15:14:02.000000Z The Melbourne Rebels are targeting a win over the Waratahs to get their Super Rugby season on track. Rising domestic fares a boost for airlines 2017-03-23T15:06:42.000000Z Ratings agency Moody's says domestic airfares have hit a five-year high, which should deliver financial benefits for Qantas and Virgin Australia. Waratahs conscious of empty trophy cabinet 2017-03-23T15:05:11.000000Z The NSW Waratahs head to Melbourne intent on bringing home the Weary Dunlop Shield to give their Super Rugby trophy cabinet some much-needed silverware. Dragons back staff despite concussion fine 2017-03-23T14:55:00.000000Z St George Illawarra have backed their medical staff despite the NRL handing the club a $100,000 fine over its handling of Josh Dugan's head knock. Muslim ban to solve terror problem: Hanson 2017-03-23T14:50:40.000000Z Pauline Hanson has hijacked London terror attack sympathies by calling for a Muslim ban to "solve the problem". Bogus doctor worked at six NSW hospitals 2017-03-23T14:49:09.000000Z NSW Health has confirmed a bogus doctor worked at six hospitals in Sydney and the Central Coast - not four as previously reported. Audit of allowance claims by Vic MPs 2017-03-23T14:27:57.000000Z Victoria's ex-deputy speaker Don Nardella told parliamentary auditors his inner city apartment was not spacious enough, so he moved to a seaside caravan park.