Two of the region's Olympic heroes have reportedly had their medals stolen, only hours after meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Two directors of Crawley-based security firm G4S have resigned in the wake of a review into the company's botched Olympic Games contract.
Phil Hornby talks to politicians from our region about the row over airports in our region, and the legacy of Olympics and Paralympics.
A police motorcyclist has become an internet sensation after being captured on video performing a dance in front of a crowd of hundreds awaiting the arrival of the Olympic torch in Sevenoaks.
The video has been viewed more than 60,000 times since being posted last year.
The unidentified officer was cheered on as he clearly got into the spirit of the day, performing a series of dance moves on day 63 of the Olympic torch relay last July.
The railway company Southeastern, have been putting on one of the most ambitious photography shows of any company, with every employee being pictured or named for a new gallery and book.
It's been the busiest year in the firm's history, and Southeastern's management say the photographs are a way of extending a thank you to staff.
RYA Performance Director John Derbyshire gives his reaction to today’s UK Sport funding announcement for Sailing for 2013-2017:
“Sailing’s Olympic award of £24,515,072, is broadly welcomed and will enable us to start implementing our plans for the Rio cycle, off the back of having successfully delivered five medals at the Olympic Games to remain one of Great Britain’s most consistently high-performing Olympic sports.
“Especially pleasing is the substantial increase in funding to our Paralympic programme for this cycle. After coming home from Beijing empty-handed for the third successive Games, the whole team worked tremendously hard to put that right for London."
Here are the Olympic sports that have had their money reduced for Rio.
Archery £3.1m (£4.4m) - 0 medals (missed performance target).
Badminton £5.9m (£7.4m) - 0 medals.
Basketball zero funding (£8.6m) - 0 medals.
Handball zero funding (£2.9m).
Judo £6.8m (£7.5m) - 2 medals.
Swimming £21.4m (£25.1m) - 3 medals.
Table tennis zero funding (£1.2m).
Volleyball £400,00 (£3.5m).
Wrestling zero funding (£1.4m).
It's been announced how much each sporting team will receive for training ahead of Rio.
Athletics £26.8m (from £25.1m) - 6 medals were won in London.
Boxing £13.8m (£9.6m) - 5 medals won.
Canoeing £19.1 (£16.2m) - 4 medals won.
Cycling £30.6m (£26.0m) - 12 medals won.
Diving £7.5m (£6.5m) - 1 medal.
Equestrian £17.9m (£13.4m) - 5 medals.
Fencing £3.1m (£2.5m) - 0 medals.
Gymnastics £14.5 (£10.7m) - 4 medals.
Hockey £15.5m (£15.1m) - 1 medal.
Modern Pentathlon £6.9m (£6.3m) - 1 medal.
Rowing £32.6m (£27.3m) - 9 medals.
Sailing £24.5m (£22.9m) - 5 medals.
Shooting £3.0m (£2.5m) - 1 medal.
Synchronised Swimming £4.3m (£3.4m) - 0 medals.
Taekwondo £6.9m (£4.8m) - 2 medals.
Triathlon £5.5m (£5.3m) - 2 medals.
Water Polo £4.5m (£2.9m) - 0 medals.
Weightlifting £1.8m (£1.3m) - 0 medals.
VIDEO: Olympic and Paralympic athletes are to be honoured in Reading. Team GB stars will be guests at a civic reception tomorrow. Among those expected are silver medal rower Zac Purchase and diver Chris Mears. One hundred people from the town have won the chance to take part in the event.
Sad to be announcing Olympic retirement but its been a great ride and I have to say a huge thanks to all those who helped make it possible.From @AinslieBen on Twitter:
Hampshire sailor Ben Ainslie has announced he will not compete for a fifth Olympic Gold in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. Ben Ainslie from Lymington has said he wants to focus on the Americas Cup.
Olympic cycling gold medalist Dani King is back in full time training after a two month break, but she took time out to feature as our guest sports reporter today.
Her assignment - to demonstrate to youngsters how to follow in her footsteps... or should that be her wheel tracks?
A streaker who ran naked during the Olympic torch relay has been fined £175.
Daniel Leer, 27, from Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, admitted threatening and alarming behaviour.
The incident happened shortly on July 10th at Henley before Sir Steve Redgrave rowed with the torch on the River Thames.
Henley-based Olympic rower Alex Partridge has issued a new plea for the return of his stolen medal after TeamGB hockey player Hannah Macleod got hers back.
Both Olympians lost their medals when their TeamGB jackets were stolen as they partied at a London nightclub on Wednesday.
But Miss Macleod, 28, got her bronze medal back after it was posted anonymously to the England Hockey head office at Bisham Abbey in Buckinghamshire yesterday.
Mr Partridge, 31, got his jacket back - minus his bronze medal - when it was handed in at a London police station on Thursday.
A 31-year-old man was arrested in connection with the thefts and bailed until November 23.