An athlete regarded as one of the greatest rugby players ever has died. Jonah Lomu of New Zealand succumbed to a chronic kidney disease at the age of 40. The news was announced by the chief executive of New Zealand Rugby.
More than 7,770 New Zealanders have taken part in a huge haka war dance in an attempt to take back a record from rugby rival France. The 2014 French performance managed to muster 4,028 dancers.
Police have arrested an All Blacks security guard for planting a listening device in the team’s Sydney hotel room last year. Some Australians, offended by earlier veiled accusations, are now calling for an apology.
All Blacks great, Jonah Lomu, has died in Auckland, aged 40. The New Zealander had suffered from a rare kidney disease since 1995.
Thousands of fans have converged on Auckland’s Eden Park to pay their last respects to Jonah Lomu. The All-Black great passed away earlier this month at the age of 40.
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