July 21 - Toy maker Hornby has won a licence to make a range of toys and collectables for the London 2012 Olympic Games across its Corgi, Hornby, Scalextric and Airfix brands, it was announced today.
July 20 - Ministers have approved a £19 million injection to bolster security improvements at Olympic Park venues, the Government has announced today.
July 20 - Buckingham Group Contracting started construction work on the Olympic Handball Arena today, two months ahead of schedule, it was announced.
July 20 - Birmingham is close to formalising its agreement for the United States track and field team to base themselves there before London 2012 after confirmation today that a draft contract is now being drawn-up.
July 16 - Leeds is to host Holland's swimming team in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics, it was announced today.
July 3 - Malaysia's athletes will start training at Bath University later this year for the London 2012 Olympics after they choose there instead of Loughborough, it was announced in Kuala Lumpur today.
JUNE 20 - LONDON 2012 officials have been told to get a grip to prevent the cost of the Olympics spiralling out of control in a new report published today.
By Mike Rowbottom
May 26 - The Portman Road pitch, always one of the fairest in the land, glows green in spring sunlight as the groundsman, Alan Ferguson, mows it into stripes.
May 17 - Nigeria have set themselves a target of four gold medals at London 2012, despite not having won one for 12 years, the head of the country's National Sports Commission (NSC) said today.
May 11 - Serbia have agreed to set up a pre-Games training camp in Sheffield and Leeds before the London 2012 Olympics.
March 23 - Malaysia is planning to set up high performance centres at two leading British universities to help them prepare for the London 2012 Olympics, starting later this year, insidethegames can exclusively reveal.
March 18 - Design proposals for the controversial £60 million basketball arena, the third largest venue on the London Olympic Park, have gained planning permission, it was announced today.
MARCH 1 - GAIL EMMS (pictured), arguably Britain's best known badminton player, has taken on a new role as a mentor for Sky Sports Living for Sport.
FEBRUARY 4 - STEVE CRAM (pictured), the former world record holder for the mile, is to spearhead efforts to get an overseas team to use the University of Sunderland to base themselves there in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics.