Sport Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has been criticised by the club for his signing of striker Andeas Cornelius

Mackay was linked with a number of clubs but was unable to accept any offers due to a legal dispute with his former club, which he has now dropped

Elbow, Cardiff, International Arena, Cardiff <br/> The Twilight Singers, Komedia, Brighton

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James Hook switched to fly-half for Wales

James Hook will make his second start at fly-half in this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship when Wales face Ireland on Saturday.

Wales to control major policies after overwhelming referendum

Wales will get the power to pass its own laws, putting it on a par with Scotland and Northern Ireland, following strong backing for the proposal in a referendum.

Yes camp claim victory in Wales referendum

Yes campaigners claimed victory today in the referendum on increasing the powers of the Welsh Assembly.

Ticket blunder in England game

The Welsh Football Association has apologised after being forced to ask England supporters to return almost 1,000 tickets for the Euro 2012 qualifier in Cardiff this month.

Anna Nicole, Royal Opera House, London<br/>Die Fledermaus, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff<br/>The Fairy Queen, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

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Peter Bills: England victory is an enormous step forward

In certain British, Irish and European circles during the course of the weekend, there was some criticism of England’s performance in Cardiff at the start of the new Six Nations season.

Tindall warns England to keep cool in heat of Cardiff cauldron

Captain urges side to silence crowd with fast start in tie that has potential to turn nasty

The Six Nations: Team-by-team guide

The Six Nations is due to get underway this Friday when England take on Wales at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

Captain-elect Tindall fit for Cardiff cauldron

The Gloucester centre Mike Tindall, a short-priced favourite to beat Nick Easter to the England captaincy against Wales on Friday, was back on the training field yesterday, as were the Leeds flanker Hendre Fourie and the Wasps lock Simon Shaw, neither of whom played an active part in last week's red-rose camp in Portugal.

Johnson urges England to feed off animosity

Martin Johnson has steeled England for the most hostile RBS 6 Nations reception of them all ahead of Friday night's Millennium Stadium showdown with Wales.

Driving agency closure plan 'a huge blow'

Union leaders today described the closure of an area Driving Standards Agency office with the loss of scores of jobs as a "huge blow".

Three killed in M4 motorway crash

Three people have been killed and two others injured, including a six-month-old baby, in an accident on the M4.

Rees called to face disciplinary panel

Richie Rees helped Cardiff Blues hold off a late recovery by Ospreys to clinch a 27-25 Magners League victory yesterday, but the scrum-half's day was tarnished by being called to a disciplinary hearing in Dublin in the wake of his citing after the Blues' Heineken Cup defeat by Northampton last month.

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