September 19 - The Games may be over, but one of the best sets of pins we have seen (in our opinion) has been released - a puzzle/jigsaw set of the UK.
By Tom DegunSeptember 15 - The 70,000 Games Maker volunteers, so widely praised for helping to make the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games a huge success, are set to be honoured with a special limited edition stamp, the Royal Mail have announced.
August 24 - The Paralympic Opening Ceremony pin is now available.
August 23 - Even though the Olympic Games have finished, London 2012 have released some more 'British' pins.
August 17 - For those of you that have not had a chance to see the Coke Pin of the Day set, here it is.
By Duncan Mackay in LondonAugust 15 - The Royal Mail have caved into public pressure following a campaign headed by former Olympics Minister Dame Tessa Jowell and will produce stamps to celebrate each individual or team gold medal won by Britain during the Paralympics at London 2012, they have announced today.
By David GoldAugust 11 - The British Paralympic Association has defended the Royal Mail from criticism for not creating individual stamps for each British Paralympic gold medallist as it has been doing with the Olympics.
August 10 - As the end of the Olympic Games draws near, the Closing Ceremony pin will be on sale from later this evening.
July 30 - Today's Pin of the Day is the UK map and Union Flag.
July 29 - Here are the next 2 pins in the series.
By David GoldJuly 30 – Royal Mail has issued a set of four special stamps to mark this summer's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
July 27 - Here is Coke's first pin of the day.
July 24 - By now, most of you will have seen the Opening Ceremony pin appear, disappear and then reappear at an online store.
July 23 - The sixth and final pin in the Diversity range has now been issued. The Ethnicity pin shows the continents in different colours joining together.
July 20 - With only one week to go, BT have marked the moment with a pin released today.