Cardiff Blues wing Tom James is released from Wales' World Cup training squad because of a foot injury.
Former Wales captain and hooker Matthew Rees signs a new contract with Cardiff Blues after turning down an offer to join Merthyr.
Ex-Great Britain rugby league international Graham Steadman becomes Cardiff Blues’ new defence coach.
Departing Cardiff Blues coach Dale McIntosh questions the region's interview process for the role of head coach.
Cardiff Blues confirm forwards coach Dale McIntosh is to leave the region following the arrival of Danny Wilson as head coach.
Finally, Cardiff City's kit is back to the way it should be. When Vincent Tan took the reins of the Welsh club, he controversially overhauled the team's colour scheme and gave them a red look. The club, however, announced on Friday that...Show More Summary
New head coach Danny Wilson wants to lead Cardiff Blues into the European Champions Cup, but says it is a long-term project.
Cardiff Blues name Danny Wilson as their new head coach on a three-year contract after his departure from Bristol.
Cardiff Blues chief executive Richard Holland says they have drawn up a five-man shortlist for the vacant head coach's role.
Scarlets reveal £1.7m loss in accounts for 2014, a jump of more than £1m, while Cardiff Blues post a loss of almost £240,000.
Former Wales captain Gareth Llewellyn says he is not in the running for the vacant head coach role at Cardiff Blues.
Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies says Warren Gatland's experience could help Cardiff Blues appoint a new coach.
Cardiff Blues run in five tries to finish 10th in the Pro12, beating bottom-side Zebre 29-5 at Arms Park.
Ex-Wales captain Matthew Rees is one of seven players set to leave Cardiff Blues at the end of the season.
Scrum V presents highlights from the Pro12.
Cardiff Blues will hold interviews for the vacant head coach role, with Wales assistant coach Rob Howley in the frame.
Ken Owens scores the only try as Scarlets beat Cardiff Blues 16-6 to keep up their bid for a European Champions Cup place.
Wales and Lions great JPR Williams says Welsh regional rugby is a "disaster" and Jamie Roberts would be unwise to rejoin Cardiff Blues.
Scrum V highlights of Ospreys' crucial Pro12 win over Cardiff Blues at the Millennium Stadium.
Jamie Roberts moving to Harlequins would not be "the worst thing" that could happen to Cardiff Blues, says Nigel Davies.