December 8 2013 Latest news:
Pupils from Newham and Tower Hamlets schools took part in Dragons’ Den style business pitches at an awards ceremony last week.
Children with learning disabilities are riding high at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park thanks to a cycling social enterprise.
The former Olympic press and broadcast centre - built at a cost of £350 million - is only expected to yield a £15million return over the course its 200-year lease with iCity.
Work has begun on began on removing the floodlight paddles on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s Stadium and transform it into a year round multi-use venue.
Organisers of a weekly run in Ipswich have said the event is one of the fastest-growing Olympic legacy projects in Suffolk.
A new report examining the legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be published on Monday, November 18.
Boxing star Billy Joe Saunders has praised the Welwyn Hatfield Sports Awards.
Nominations for this year’s Welwyn Hatfield Sports Awards are now open.
Pupils at Burntwood Academy are ensuring the London 2012 legacy lives on after rubbing shoulders with an Olympic and Paralympic champion last week.
Tourism in the capital and nationwide has been given a massive boost by the London 2012 Games, according to senior tourism chiefs.
A Paralympic double gold medal winning cyclist kicked open an annual event to promote awareness of physical and learning disabilities to residents in Hackney.
Leading lights from the British Olympic movement came together in London last night for special ball to mark 100 days until the Sochi Winter Olympics.
In a blow to the borough’s Olympic legacy, a top sports venue promised to be “bigger than Crystal Palace” and set to bring televised world championships to the area, has gone into administration.
Pictures by Isabel Infantes
The cream of Norfolk’s sporting achievement and service will be honoured this autumn at the seventh Active Norfolk Sports Awards.
The British Paraorchestra, opening this year’s Ipswich School Festival of Music tonight, has been honoured by Prime Minister David Cameron we can reveal.
A look back at the final seven days of the Torch Relay.
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