Welsh Health Minister Mark Drakeford has written to Jeremy Hunt, the UK Government's Health Secretary, accusing him of 'being grossly discourteous and demeaning' of his office by allowing the leak of private correspondence between the two governments
Russell Slade's squad have gained three points from their Championship clash against Ipswich Town tonight.
The action-packed game saw four goals, three scored by the Bluebirds.
Peter Whittingham managed an impressive strike from 30 yards out in the first half to equalise with Ipswich.
City then took an early lead in the second half thanks to Kiko Macheda, followed by a goal from Adam Le Fondre in the 69th minute.
The crowd's reaction to Whittingham's goal in the first half was caught on camera.
Cardiff City have equalised against Ipswich Town at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Peter Whittingham scored a strike from thirty yards out after 37 minutes in response to a goal from Ipswich's Daryl Murphy.
The Board of Directors of the WRU have voted Gareth Davies as the new Chairman of the governing body to replace David Pickering.
Gareth Davies will be terminating his contract as Chief Executive of the Newport Gwent Dragons after a suitable notice period and will take up the post with immediate effect.
The Board voted for the new chairman in a secret ballot after both Gareth Davies and current Board director Martin Davies were nominated as candidates for the position.
Davies takes over from Pickering, who has spent the last 11 years as chairman.
"It is a fantastic honour to be elected Chairman of the WRU and I will aim to live up to my old Gwendraeth School moto which is : "There is no honour without responsibility.”
"I want to thank the Board of Directors for their support and confidence in my ability to represent the WRU in this prodigious role. I have also been encouraged by the support I have already received from so many grassroots clubs.
"I also want to personally thank the departing Chairman, David Pickering, for the immense contribution he has made across the past eleven years he held this post."
The Group Chief Executive of the WRU, Roger Lewis, said:
"We all know how important the Chairman of the WRU is in Wales, not just for our sport, but for the position rugby holds within the cultural life of our nation.
"I look forward to working closely with Gareth as we seek to sustain and develop our role as the national sport of Wales and a key nation at the top level of the world game."
In a further vote by the Board Ken Hewitt was elected to continue as Deputy Chairman of the WRU.
Plaid Cymru's health spokesperson Elin Jones has responded to what she calls the "turf war" between the UK and Welsh Health ministers by claiming that Wales does consistently lag behind both England and Scotland on key health indicators.
Elin Jones added that Plaid Cymru wants to train and recruit 1,000 extra doctors and also re-examine the entire NHS workforce to "fundamentally realign our health and social care sector to finally integrate services fully". She claimed that it would lead to a system that could cater effectively for the elderly and frail, while keeping the NHS a free and accessible public service.
UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has replied to the Welsh Health Minister, Mark Drakeford, who'd accused him of leaking correspondence and trying to politicise an independent survey of the NHS in all parts of the United Kingdom by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Flintshire Council says the Flintshire Bridge - which has been closed due to stormy weather - is expected to re-open by 5.30pm.
The Welsh Government has flatly denied a claim made by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt at Westminster. He told MPs that the Welsh NHS was refusing to pay for an increase in the number of Welsh patients seeking treatment in English hospitals.
The Welsh Government also disputes that there is any evidence of an increase in patients from Wales going to English hospitals, though they do outnumber patients travelling the other way. The Welsh NHS uses English hospitals for some specialist treatment, especially for patients from north Wales.
Welsh Government figures show that in 2010/11 there were 55,577 admissions of Welsh patients to English hospitals, in 2013/14 the figure was 53,457. In 2010/11 11.077 admissions to Welsh hospitals came form England, 10,940 in 2013/14.