Neil Jenkins says Ospreys new signing De Kock Steenkamp needs to settle in at his region before thinking of playing for Wales.
Ex Wales captain Gwyn Jones says WRU chairman David Pickering lost his job due to protest votes by member clubs
Lock Andrew Coombs is cited following an incident during Newport Gwent Dragons' 15-17 Pro12 defeat to Ospreys.
Head coach Warren Gatland says some players based abroad have indicated they want to return to Wales.
Eli Walker and Rhys Webb’s tries secure victory for the Ospreys over Newport Gwent Dragons.
Racing Metro's Jamie Roberts welcomes the £60m agreement despite the fact it favours home-based players in Test selection.
Chief executive Roger Lewis says more than 50 players are being considered for dual contracts with the Welsh Rugby Union.
Ospreys' new South African signing De Kock Steenkamp says he would be delighted to play for Wales in the future.
Ex-Wales captain Michael Owen questions the rules allowing uncapped foreigners to represent the country they live in.
South African lock De Kock Steenkamp, 27, eyes future Wales caps as Ospreys announce their latest signing.
"I wouldn't have sacrificed playing for Wales to play in France," says ex-Wales and Lions captain Gareth Thomas.
Ospreys run in five tries for a comfortable opening Pro12 win over Treviso at Liberty Stadium.
Scrum V's rugby experts Jonathan Davies, Martyn Williams and Sean Holley give their Pro12 predictions for the 2014-15 season.
Offering Welsh players dual contracts will not work, says ex-Wales and British and Irish Lions skipper Gareth Thomas.
Alun Wyn Jones' workload in the last 12 months means he will not play in Ospreys' season opener against Treviso on Friday.
Newport Gwent Dragons chief Gareth Davies hopes new dual contracts will aim to secure rising talent rather than bringing stars home.
Ospreys are well beaten in their final pre-season friendly, losing away to Aviva Premiership side Saracens.
The Welsh regions say the £60m peace deal with the WRU could not have happened without Wales coach Warren Gatland.
Ex-Wales international Martyn Williams says the £60m deal between the WRU and regions will help keep players in Wales.
After a lengthy dispute, the WRU and the four Welsh rugby regions sign a deal aimed at keeping star players in Wales.
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Scrum V's Ross Harries assesses fearsome front rows and canny operators in his guide to the Welsh regions ahead of the new Pro12 season.
Wales lock Ian Evans expects to make a decision over his long-term Ospreys future in January.
Scrum V presenter Ross Harries expects a battle royale as Scarlets and Ospreys battle for the last remaining Pro12 play-off place