The first of the distinctive 14 triangle-shaped lighting towers which formed the Olympic stadium's "crown" have been taken down.
The Olympic Delivery Authority has told ITV News it still can't give a date for when people can move into flats in the olympic village.
Beth Tweddle today confirmed her retirement from gymnastics with immediate effect.
The Olympic velodrome in Stratford has been selected to host the 2016 Track Cycling World Championships. The decision to return to the venue where Britain won nine Olympic medals was confirmed yesterday evening.
The five-day competition is the final qualifying stage for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Key findings from the Hotels.com report (covering period from Jan-June 2013):
- Global hotel prices rose by 2%, approaching levels not seen since before the financial crisis hit in 2006.
- Growth in Europe, the Pacific and the Middle East was sluggish, registering a rise of 1%, which lagged behind the global average.
- Rises seen in Latin America, North America and the Caribbean exceeded the global average.
- Prices in Asia fell by 2% due to depreciating in value of the Yen/Rupee and a fall in inbound visitors to China.
- Prices in Rio de Janeiro fell by 1%, but remains third most expensive destination in the report.
Nigel Pocklington, Chief marketing officer at Hotels.com, speaks about the rise in hotel prices seen in London after the Olympics.
Hotel prices in London rose twice as much as the global average last year and it's being put down to the Olympics.
The capital saw prices go up by 4% over 6 months - despite seeing a 2% fall during the same period the previous year, according to research by Hotels.com.
A host of Paralympians returned to the Olympic Park today to mark a year since the 2012 Games. They were joined by the Mayor and 12-thousand others in celebration of National Paralympic Day.
Gold medallist and Sutton resident David Weir was there.
Gold medallists David Weir and Sophie Christiansen are joining Boris Johnson for a festival of sport and culture to celebrate National Paralympic Day.
London's Liberty Festival, a free event, is being held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It will bring together top athletes, artists and performers.
Amongst the highlights will be 'The Limbless Knight', an aerial performance from award-winning theatre company Graeae.
There will be the chance to see Paralympic athletes in action.
The event will take part in the north of the park and inside the Copper Box Arena.
Two of London 2012's biggest stars have gone back to the venue where they won their gold medals. Olympic cyclist Laura Trott and paralympian Mark Colbourne were today inside the velodrome in Stratford. They were being unveiled as the faces of an olympic legacy venue due to open next year.
London 2012 cycling champions Laura Trott and Mark Colbourne have been unveiled as the new faces of the Olympic and Paralympic venue in east London where they achieved their gold medals.
The Olympic and Paralympic gold medallists have signed up to be ambassadors for the Lee Valley VeloPark in Stratford, which will offer track cycling, BMX, mountain biking and road cycling when it opens on March 2 next year.
Mo Farah has become the second man in the world and the first Briton to hold the 10,000m and 5,000m Olympic and World titles simultaneously.
He joins Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele in athletics history, after winning the 5,000m final at the World Championships in Moscow.
Mo already made history on Saturday, by becoming the first British man to hold a 10,000m world title. He won gold in both events at the 2012 London Olympics.
You'll be able to follow in the footsteps of Olympics greats such as Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton next year, as a date has finally been set for the re-opening of the Velodrome and the BMX track.
Team GB powered its way to a world-beating 16 gold medals at the site in Stratford, and in seven months' time the venue will come back to life, as Rags Martel reports.