The “golden legacy” of the Olympics will create thousands of jobs, homes and future sporting champions, reports the Daily Star.
When the Paralympics draw to a close on September 9, the iconic Olympic Park in Stratford will be turned into a £300million mix of homes, schools and sports facilities and renamed Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, reports the newspaper.
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