London 2012 Paralympics
November 17 - Ukraine's remarkable performance at this year's Paralympic Games in London came despite the lack of understanding about disability there, the head of the country's National Paralympic Committee has claimed.
November 16 - A special edition of the iconic London Underground Tube map, featuring ParalympicsGB's medal winning athletes in place of station names, has gone on sale today as a tribute to Britain's success at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
November 14 - A local campaign for the Paralympic Torch to be lit in Stoke Mandeville before every Games is continuing to gather momentum.
Baroness Tanni hopes transport improvements for disabled at London 2012 will stay now Games are over
November 13 - London 2012 proved that the city's transport system was capable of coping with more disabled passengers, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson claimed today when she appeared before a special committee investigating what lessons the capital could learn from the Olympics and Paralympics.
November 10 - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) are to countdown 2012's top 50 Paralympic moments.
November 5 - The case of a trio of Paralympic athletes from Jordan who were due to compete at London 2012 before being withdrawn following allegations of sex offences will have their case heard at a court in Northern Ireland on November 27.
November 1 - Following the London 2012 Paralympic Games, disabled people want to watch and try more inclusive sport while able-bodied people want to watch more sport for disabled people, according to a new report.
October 30 - British London 2012 Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock is encouraging disabled people to sign up to the first ever ParalympicsGB Sports Fest, which was announced today, to be held at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford on December 3-4.
October 29 - A total of 81 per cent of British adults say the London 2012 Paralympics have had a positive impact on the way disabled people are viewed by the public, according to a survey conducted by Charity United Response.
October 28 – Paralympic discus champion Josie Pearson said that London 2012 "got the ball rolling" in terms of changing attitudes towards disability in the UK.