After the excitement of France's win over Canada at stadium:mk on Thursday, more World Cup rugby returns to the venue on Saturday afternoon.Read the full story ›
France survived a scare to see off Canada in an entertaining Pool D game at Stadium:mk.Read the full story ›
Thousands of rugby fans are getting ready to watch France take on Canada in the Rugby World Cup.Read the full story ›
It's not just fans from all over the world who are descending on Milton Keynes today.
Aurora the police horse is out having her first experience of the Rugby World Cup.
Thousands of rugby fans will descend on Milton Keynes today to watch France take on Canada in the Rugby World Cup.Read the full story ›
Thousands of rugby fans will descend on Milton Keynes today to watch France take on Canada in the Rugby World Cup.
Stadium MK is hosting the first of three games in the tournament between France and Canada.
The stadium will also see Japan play Samoa this Saturday and Fiji face Uruguay next Tuesday.
It is estimated that the event will bring £60 million pounds to the region's economy.
Milton Keynes is reaping the rewards of a multi million pound cash injection and worldwide exposure from hosting the Rugby World Cup.Read the full story ›
The Rugby World Cup arrives in the East on Thursday night (October 1) with France taking on Canada at stadium:mk.Read the full story ›
All the big match build-up as England and Wales prepare to go head to head this weekend in the Rugby World Cup.Read the full story ›
It's the final test for our top international players before the Rugby World Cup kicks off.
In just under two weeks time it all starts, with all the games live on ITV.
Today it's the final warm up games. Northampton Saints have George North playing for Wales against Italy, with Courtney Lawes and Tom Wood are starting for England against Ireland.
When England were joint hosts in 1991 their coach was Roger Uttley who now lives in Northamptonshire.
He's been sharing his memories of that tournament and his hopes for this one.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Donovan Blake