NZRU (New Zealand Rugby Union)

New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew has overseen a turnaround from NZ$15m losses to NZ$33m profit in ten years

New Zealand Rugby, rugby union’s governing body in the country, has posted a financial surplus for the third year in a row after turnover in 2014 increased by NZ$4m (€2.8m/$3m) to NZ$120.8m.

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has announced an international partnership with children’s charity Unicef.

Brent Impey has been appointed as the new chairman of New Zealand Rugby following the recent retirement of the governing body’s former chief Mike Eagle.

The New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) has announced that the country is to host three games during the 2014 Four Nations tournament, including the final of the national team competition.

The New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU), the governing body of rugby union in the country, has posted a NZ$2.9m (€1.8m/$2.5m) profit for the 2013 financial year to boost its cash reserves by more than $13m to $63.7m.

New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) chief executive Steve Tew has moved to allay fears over player welfare through the planned expansion of Super Rugby, adding that new teams in South Africa and Argentina will boost broadcast revenues and enhance the development of the game.