The London 2012 Olympic Committee published its final report today, leaving behind a legacy for sports enthusiasts and London taxpayers.
Hundreds of items used during the London 2012 Games are going on sale today, including props from the opening and closing ceremonies.
Reports that some of those who registered for the Olympic Park fun run this summer still haven't received confirmation of their booking.
Finishing touches are being made to the homes being converted from the former Athletes' Village in Stratford.
Londons newest neighbourhood, East Village, includes a school, medical centre and nearly 3000 homes, almost 700 of which are social housing residences.
More than 5 million pounds of Lottery money which helped build the Olympic Park in Stratford is to be reused to back grassroots sports. The Big Lottery Fund will distribute the money through its Spirit of 2012 Trust.
Chris Holmes MBE, a former multi-medal winning Paralympic swimmer and now Director of Integration for London2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, says that this weekend's memorabilia auction at the Ricoh Arena is a great chance to grab a piece of magic from the events.
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Due to technical difficulties with the website caused by exceptionally high demand, we temporarily stopped taking entries for the National Lottery Anniversary Run this morning and apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.
The public are clearly excited about the opportunity to be one of the first to run into the Stadium since the London 2012 Games ended. We are working hard to get the site up and running and will continue to keep the public up to date.
On Thursday 25 April from 9am, 10, 000 members of the public will be able to register for a fun run with a difference - they'll get to cross the Olympic finish line. Entry costs £27.50 (or £7 for family run entry) so register here.
The price of witnessing Olympic gold was revealed today. The London Assembly has analysed how much was paid to get a seat in the stadium, with the big events costing on average around £300 per ticket. Was it too expensive to watch those historic sporting moments, or the going rate for such an event?