November 17 - The Olympic Stadium would struggle to become a serious rival to Wembley for major events if it retains its capacity of 80,000 after the Games in 2012, it was claimed today.
By Tom Degun in London
November 17 - Nick Sykes, the managing partner of McCann Worldgroup (MWG), is hoping that his company's partnership with London 2012 will help re-engergise them after the deal was officially launched at a reception attended by Sebastian Coe.
By Mike Rowbottom in Coventry
November 13 - Paul Deighton (pictured), chief executive of London 2012, has said the desperation shown last month by cities bidding for the 2016 Games underlined the necessity of ensuring every possible benefit is drawn from the staging of Britain’s first Olympics since 1948.
November 13 - Greg Nugent (pictured) has been confirmed as the brand and marketing director of London 2012, a role he had been fulfilling on a interim basis.
London Olympics is greatest threat to national security since World War Two warns Government Minister
November 13 - The London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics are the "greatest security challenge" Britain has faced since the Second World War, Home Office Minister Lord West (pictured) warned today.
November 12 - A new £5 coin produced for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics is being used to help Big Ben keep time.
November 11 - The stingray-shaped roof of the 2012 Olympics Aquatics Centre was set into place today, a major landmark for the project as the sweeping 160 metre structure, designed by Iraqi-born architect Zaha Hadid, will form part of the entrance to London's Olympic Park.
November 11 - Carl Lewis (pictured), winner of a record nine Olympic gold medals, has been selected to lead the Lay Witnesses for Christ International's outreach programme for London 2012.
By Duncan Mackay in London
November 10 - Paul Deighton (pictured), the chief executive of the London 2012 Olympics, has told badminton and rhythmic gymnastics that they could not justify spending £40 million on a temporary venue to host their sports in this current economic climate and that moving them to Wembley Arena is an acceptable solution.
November 9 - Thousands of new recruits will be brought into the guarding sector in time for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games thanks to a partnership forged between the security industry, central Government and key players in the education sector that was launched today.
By Duncan Mackay
November 9 - Controversial plans to stage the equestrian events in Greenwich Park during the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics have received a boost after the venue was praised by a group of British riders who have visited it for the first time.
November 8 - Britain will again finish ahead of Australia in the medals table at the London 2012 Olympics, John Coates (pictured), President of the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has admitted.
November 5 - The Met Office will be providing expertise, forecasts and data in the build up to and during the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in 2012, it has been confirmed.
November 5 - Tourism agency Visit London have denied a report that the expected tourist boom from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympics could turn into a visitor slump.
November 5 - The Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) have joined forces with the Football Association of Ireland, the Gaelic Athletic Association, the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) to urge the Government to retain funding for sport and warned that any further cuts would leave the country facing the prospect of being "humiliated" at the London 2012 Games.