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

Jury discharged in Aamir Siddiqi stab murder case

The jury in the trial of two men accused of killing a teenager has been discharged.

Wales suffer more pain against Tri Nations opposition

Wales 18 Australia 24

1. v FIJI 2007, World Cup: Heartache for Wales, but Williams provides consolation with a burst down the right wing to leave Fijian after Fijian upended before a dramatic swallow dive under the posts

Wales say farewell to Williams – last of a dying breed

Australia face a tide of emotion today, and a 5ft 7in twinkle-toed wing who is still capable of waltzing through a land of giants

The RFU have managed to remain in robust financial health

James Lawton: A few humble words and hope is revived for the English game

One day of atonement at Twickenham was never going to wipe away the years of bombast and folly – there simply wasn't enough sackcloth or ashes to go around – but anyone who still cares about England's rugby now has some little reason for hope.

Sam Warburton returns to captain Wales

Warren Gatland rings Wales changes for Australia clash

Wales coach Warren Gatland has made six changes to his team for Saturday's World Cup bronze medal re-match against Australia in Cardiff.

Gary Speed was found dead at the weekend

Brian Viner: Tragic news that no one saw coming

The man I met 10 months ago seemed witty, charming and self-possessed

Woman, 74, gets Asbo for begging in Cardiff

A 74-year-old woman has been given an Asbo for harassing shoppers with her begging.

Kiss off Jackson tribute line-up

The rock band Kiss have been dropped from the line-up for a Michael Jackson tribute concert after it emerged the group's bassist had called the dead pop star a child abuser.

Ryan Jones to captain Wales in final World Cup warm-up

Ryan Jones will captain Wales in their final World Cup warm-up game against Argentina at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.

Police in court over framing of Cardiff Three

The largest police corruption trial in British criminal history began yesterday, 20 years after five innocent men were jailed for the murder of a prostitute. Thirteen policemen are accused of agreeing to "mould, manipulate, influence and fabricate evidence" to frame the group for the Valentine's Day killing of 20-year-old Lynette White in 1988.

Round-up: Cardiff loses West Indies Test after payment delay

Cardiff's future as a Test venue is in doubt after one of next summer's three West Indies Test matches, originally awarded to the Welsh ground, was put back out to tender. The decision by the England and Wales Cricket Board opens the door for Lord's to host the contest, a move that will please both cricket's money men and the touring party.

Wasps chase Cardiff's Young

Dai Young, the Cardiff Blues coach, has emerged as Wasps' favoured candidate in the Premiership club's search for a director of rugby.

Police to use A&E data to cut violent crime

A police scheme which uses anonymised A&E data to work out crime hotspots in Cardiff has been so successful it is to be rolled out across the country.

Selwyn Roderick: Pioneering television producer in Wales

One of the first television producers in Wales, Selwyn Roderick had a distinguished career in which he was held in high esteem as much for the programmes he made as for his amiable personality and the unfailingly generous help he gave to younger professionals in the broadcast media.

John Curtice: Miliband will probably prefer Cardiff to Edinburgh

Labour's one-seat defeat at the hands of the Scottish National Party in 2007 was a big shock for the party. But at least it could be blamed on dissatisfaction with Tony Blair's government in London, compounded by a reluctance to air disagreements with the UK government in public.

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