August 24 - A series of London 2012 themed stamps will be issued over the next three years in a licensing deal with Royal Mail, it was announced today.
SEPTEMBER 14 - KIP KEINO (pictured), the godfather of Kenyan distance running, is due to arrive in Britain today to sign a deal for his country to set up a training base here before the 2012 London Olympics.
SEPTEMBER 15 - KIP KEINO, the two-time Olympic gold medallist, said today he hopes that Kenya's new deal with Bristol will help them make progress in sports other than running in the build-up to the 2012 London Games.
September 16 - London Mayor Boris Johnson has today called on businesses to use the 2012 Paralympics as the opportunity to make the London Games the “most accessible ever”.
SEPTEMBER 21 - DAVID BLUNKETT, Britain's former Home Secretary who is blind, today called for the 2012 Paralympics to take place before the Olympics to help boost the event's profile.
August 23 - Toilet facilities at London's Olympic Park are being built so Muslims will not have to face Mecca while sitting on them as part of an effort to make the 2012 Games the most inclusive ever.
SEPTEMBER 24 - THE Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has appointed Edmund Nuttall as landscape and public realm contractor for the northern end of the Olympic Park, their second 2012 contract, it was announced today.
SEPTEMBER 26 - LOCAL workers will be in charge of security of the Olympic Park after G4S, the company appointed to protect it, agreed to help local residents access the new jobs created by the contract.
SEPTEMBER 30 - A MEMBER of the London Assembly has today demanded assurances that the massive security operation required for the 2012 Olympics will not put ordinary citizens at danger.
June 24 - The £355 million International Broadcast Centre (IBC) and Main Press Centre (MPC) for London 2012 is on track after plans were approved by the Olympic Park Planning Committee last night.
June 26 - Work on erecting the wave-shaped roof for the London 2012 £251 million Aquatics Centre has reached half-way, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) revealed today.
April 8 - Green-fingered Britons are to be given the chance to design a Great British Garden on the London 2012 Olympic Park thanks to a nationwide competition launched today by Tessa Jowell (pictured).
April 16 - London 2012 is close to agreeing a £10 million sponsorship deal with the British Airports Authority (BAA) that would confirm Heathrow as main gateway for the Games, it was reported today.
April 27 - Designs for the £355 million Olympic broadcast and media centres were branded as "extremely weak" today by the Government's architecture advisor.
April 28 - Mobile swimming pools, boxing academies, street athletics in every borough and competitive sport for disabled children were all schemes announced by London Mayor Boris Johnson (pictured) today.