British Olympic Association Chairman Lord Sebastian Coe has been elected to the Executive Committee of the European Olympic Committees.
Lord Coe, who played a central role in delivering a successful London 2012 as chairman of LOCOG, will hold the post for an initial term of four years.
He said he was "deeply honoured" to have been chosen for the role.
It was part of the Olympic legacy to provide new affordable housing for east London. But no-one has moved into the flats that housed the London 2012 athletes, because of delays. So families have been left with nowhere to live and no explanation. Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports.
Triathlon Homes has issued a statement saying it eagerly awaits the handover of homes from the ODA which it expects any day now. And the first residents could move in within a couple of days.
The Government has announced that a four year goal of raising £11 billion pounds in economic benefit as part of the Olympic legacy has been met in just twelve months.
New foreign investment and firms winning contracts since last summer's events, has meant business is booming in the capital.
The total also includes £130 million of contracts won by UK companies for next year's soccer World Cup in Brazil, and the next Olympic Games, in Rio in 2016.
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.Read the full story ›
Boxer Anthony Joshua was one of London's true stars of the Olympics. The Watford-born heavyweight started the Games a novice on the international scene- and finished as a gold medallist.
Now he's going professional, and this weekend he'll make his debut at the O2 Arena. He told Rags Martel that he hopes his Olympic journey has prepared him for this next step in his career. This report contains flashing images.
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.