26 November 2010
Representatives from the TUC, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) and Acas sign an agreement to ensure workers' grievances that arise during the Olympics are dealt with fairly and speedily, and minimise disruption to the Games.
Olympic 400m Hurdles gold medallist Ed Moses is encouraging everyone to sign up and register their interest in tickets for London 2012 - the greatest show on earth.
School children from Woolwich Polytechnic school spent Friday helping clear the Tumb Nature Reserve, canal area and a pedestrian underpass in Greenwich Borough as part of the London 2012 Changing Places programme.
The Mayor of Tower Hamlets and LOCOG have negotiated an agreement for support that details four keys areas where LOCOG and Tower Hamlets will work together to increase the benefits to the borough , including employment, business, education and culture.
An artist's impression of Lord's Cricket Ground as it might look during the London 2012 Archery competition. It is designed to showcase Lord's Pavilion and the iconic Media Centre, to provide a 'sport within a sport' atmosphere. Image by Populous.
An artist's impression of Horse Guard's Parade as it might look during the London 2012 Beach Volleyball competitions. Image by Populous.
An artist's impression of Lee Valley White Water Centre as it might look during the London 2012 Canoe Slalom competition. The temporary seating has been designed to bring spectators as close as possible to the water course to maximise both viewing and athlete experience. Image by Populous
An artist's impression of Greenwich Park as it might look during the London 2012 Equestrian and Modern Pentathlon competitions. A temporary main arena has been designed to focus on the sport while showcasing the Queen's House and the London skyline. Image by Populous.
School children from Curwen Primary School in Newham today welcomed Xavi Gonzalez, Chief Executive Officer of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).