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Former London Irish player-coach Brendan Venter returns to the club as part of a new backroom set-up.
Premiership side Wasps sign Scotland centre Nick de Luca on a short-term deal ahead of the 2016-17 season.
New Zealand's former Rugby World Cup-winning head coach Sir Graham Henry is to join Leinster on a short-term contract.
Worcester Warriors chief executive Jim O'Toole tells BBC Hereford and Worcester that he is disappointed to have to discuss Dean Ryan's departure as director of rugby.
Premiership side Newcastle Falcons sign South African hooker Kyle Cooper from Super Rugby side the Sharks.
Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill admits his team have been handed a difficult European Champions Cup draw.
Tonga international prop Soane Tonga'uiha joins Bristol on a one-year contract from French Top 14 side Oyonnax.
Director of rugby Dean Ryan leaves Worcester Warriors, following reports linking him to the vacant post at Bath.
Kingsley Jones says Newport Gwent Dragons are not daunted the prospect of travelling to Siberia in next season's Challenge Cup.
Gregor Townsend says Leicester City, Iceland and Chile in football can show Glasgow how to tackle a formidable European group.
Defending champions Saracens will face three-time winners Toulon in Pool Three of the 2016-17 European Champions Cup.
Wasps captain James Haskell expects to be fit for the new season after missing England's third Test in Australia.
Premiership new boys Bristol will face West Country rivals Bath in Pool Four for the 2016-17 European Challenge Cup.
Former Wales Sevens versatile outside back Richard Smith joins Scarlets from Pro12 rivals Cardiff Blues.
Worcester Warriors sign Saracens prop Biyi Alo as 'injury dispensation cover' to replace Gareth Milasinovich.
Glasgow sign Namibia lock Tjiuee Uanivi from South African Super Rugby side the Sharks, subject to a visa and medical.
Back row Jon Fisher signs for Bristol from fellow Premiership side Northampton Saints.
Leinster and Ireland wing Luke Fitzgerald is forced to retire from rugby on medical grounds aged 28.
England set sights on New Zealand but there is still room for improvement, says head coach Eddie Jones.
Australia prop Greg Holmes will be well suited to English rugby, according to Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter.