London's Olympic stadium has failed to secure its own gold medal, after missing out on the UK's most prestigious architecture prize.
The 80,000-capacity stadium was one of six buildings to be shortlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects' (Riba) Stirling Prize. But in the end the gong went to a science laboratory in Cambridge.
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The Hammers moved to the Olympic Stadium in May leaving their old site to be developed for housing.
The first officer shouted "look!" as the drone passed next to the right wing at around 11,000ft above south-east London.
They found a sheepish looking ewe with a traffic cone on her head in the middle of a field.