Newport Gwent Dragons appoint former Wales and Clermont Auvergne full-back Lee Byrne as captain for the 2014-15 season.
Former Italy fly-half Kris Burton is returning to his native Australia after one season with Newport Gwent Dragons.
New four-year deal secures live free-to-air television coverage of Pro 12 rugby in Wales on BBC Wales and S4C.
Cardiff Blues win the inaugural Welsh leg of the Premiership Sevens Series and with Newport Gwent Dargons qualify for the finals.
The Welsh leg of the Premiership Sevens Series doubles as fund-raiser for Cardiff Blues' Owen Williams who has a serious spinal injury.
Wales' regions confirm they have a "legally-binding agreement" preventing WRU-contracted Sam Warburton playing for them.
Rugby agent Derwyn Jones says players want an end to the row between Wales' four regions and the Welsh Rugby Union.
Wales' rugby regions' chairmen offer WRU chance to take them over and want a deal to end row by 18 July.
Wales' four rugby regions are among the teams to learn their 2014-15 fixtures in the rebranded Guinness Pro12.
Dragon's chief executive Gareth Davies believes the Welsh rugby dispute will be resolved in the next fortnight.
London Welsh make Darren Waters 18th signing of the summer as the flanker joins the Exiles from Newport Gwent Dragons.
Regional Rugby Wales chief executive Stuart Gallacher announces his retirement.
Cardiff Blues board member Gareth Edwards backs fellow Wales legend over 'absolutely wonderful' WRU EGM speech.
The Nato summit at Celtic Manor means neither Newport County nor Newport Gwent Dragons can start season with home fixtures.
Newport Gwent Dragons confirm England cricket team's strength and conditioning coach Huw Bevan as Elite Performance Manager.
Ex-Wales and British Lions back row forward Andy Powell signs a one-year deal with the Newport Gwent Dragons.
Newport Gwent Dragons' new head coach Kingsley Jones targets a top eight finish in his first year in charge of the Welsh region
Kingsley Jones is appointed as head coach of Newport Gwent Dragons, signing a three-year deal.
Wales lock Luke Charteris joins Top 14 side Racing Metro from relegated Perpignan.
Exeter Chiefs sign Bristol's former Newport Gwent Dragons winger Adam Hughes on a two-year deal.