With the World Cup just one month away, the Welsh Rugby Union are banning of the use of all horns at the Millennium Stadium. Fans are instead encouraged to support their teams through "singing and shouting".
While air horns are already banned from the stadium, the new rule now extends to all horns. Stewards will be encouraged to stop fans entering the venue with horns and even evict persistent offenders.
Our supporters are encouraged to generate noise through singing and shouting for their team but the intrusive use of these horns is extremely disruptive.
We have received feedback from supporters who have said the constant sound from these horns has distracted their attention from the action on the field and ruined their enjoyment of the games.
The ban will not apply to the Speedway Grand Prix events.
The WRU has unveiled plans for a hotel complex next to the Millennium Stadium.
It hopes it will help bring more world class sporting events to Wales. The WRU's Chief Executive Roger Lewis, who leaves his position after this years' Rugby World Cup, says the time is right to develop the facilities.
The Millennium Stadium has been given a makeover ahead of events during the Summer.
Welsh rugby's hallowed turf has been covered with almost 9000 tiles providing a protective cover for the hybrid pitch.
Pop band One Direction will be the first to put the new flooring to the test when they bring their stage rig and over 100,000 fans to Cardiff in June.
The Millennium Stadium's new hybrid pitch has been officially unveiled by the Welsh Rugby Union.
The DESSO pitch - made from grass turf and synthetic material - replaces the old system of removable turf pallets, deemed unsuitable for the demands of modern rugby.
Chief Executive Roger Lewis said the new pitch would transform the playing surface and enhance the worldwide reputation of the home of Welsh rugby.
It has been unveiled in time for Wales to take on Australia in the first of the Dove Men Series autumn international matches this Saturday.
Brownies from across Wales came together this weekend to celebrate 100 years since the movement started. They took part in the biggest sleepover ever seen in Wales. James Crichton-Smith reports.
Around 1,200 Brownies woke up at the Millennium Stadium today, after taking part in the biggest Brownie sleepover ever in Wales.
The Welsh Brownies are celebrating a very special birthday as the year 2014 marks 100 years of adventure, friendship, community action and fun as Girlguiding's most iconic section - the Brownies - turns 100.
More than 1,000 brownies will arrive at the Millennium Stadium this evening for Wales' largest sleepover.
It's being held to celebrate 100 years since the iconic section of the Girl Guides began.
The girls will enjoy a disco and tribute band before going to bed and will wake up to street magic and circus skills.
It's a chance for brownies from all over Wales to get together and celebrate with a special girl-only adventure.
An event marking 500 days until the start of the Rugby World Cup has been held at the Millennium Stadium this morning.
The stadium will host eight games during the tournament next summer.
First Minister Carwyn Jones AM and former Wales and British and Irish Lions players Scott Quinnell were among those at the event.
Three rugby fans who this morning completed a 53-mile double marathon for charity have spoken to ITV News about the gruelling challenge.
Three rugby fans have run through the night to complete a double marathon in aid of cancer research.
Brothers Andrew and Matthew Marzano and their friend James Healey set off from the Parc y Scarlets stadium in Llanelli at midnight, arriving at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium before noon today - a distance of 53 miles.
However, they ended up running a total of 56 miles - after taking an accidental detour near Bridgend.
Andrew Marzano told ITV News: "We went three miles in the wrong direction. And three miles in the wrong direction when you're doing 53 miles is a long way!"
But he added: "Cancer research is a cause very close to our hearts. Cancer affects all families. Mine and Matthew's grandmother died of cancer and various friends and family have also suffered."