February 14 - Jamaica will officially seal a deal next week for its athletes, including Usain Bolt (pictured), to hold its pre-London 2012 Games training camp in Birmingham.
February 12 - David Higgins (pictured right), the chief executive of the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), has been appointed as a non-executive director at Network Rail.
February 12 - West Ham United’s new owners have been given nine months to demonstrate that they can put up at least £60 million with which to convert London’s Olympic Stadium into a Premiership football arena that can still accommodate athletics.
February 9 - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded broadcast rights for the 2010 Vancouver and 2012 London Olympic Games to América Televisión in Peru.
By Mike Rowbottom in London
February 9 - As the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) looks forward to what its chairman, John Armitt, describes as its "toughest year", with building work on the Olympic site reaching maximum complexity, further rises in the Anticipated Final Cost (AFC) of the project have been announced.
February 5 - The row over the use of Greenwich Park for equestrian events at the London 2012 Olympics has escalated with protesters claiming Games organisers have admitted in a planning application that damage could be caused to "heritage features".
By Duncan Mackay in London
February 4 - Archbishop Desmond Tutu tonight predicted that London hosting the Olympics and Paralympics in 2012 will "leave the world a fantastic legacy".
February 4 - Britain’s top policeman today admitted that the terrorist threat to the 2012 London Olympics was "a real concern".
By Duncan Mackay
February 3 - Visit Britain has made a key appointment to help it maximise the legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games around the country by giving Paul Gauger (pictured) the role of trying to use the Games as an opportunity to turn the events into a "worldwide TV advertisement".
February 3 - London 2012 revealed today that three of the 11 planned residential sections have been built for the Olympic Village.
By Duncan Mackay
February 3 - Tony Blair's new appointment as a paid advisor to the organisers of the Rio 2016 Olympics and Paralympics has been attacked by Paulo Coelho (pictured with Pele), Brazil's best-selling author, who has claimed the former British Prime Minister is a "war criminal" and has "blood-stained hands".
By Tom Degun
February 2 - British athletes, like world diving champion Tom Daley (pictured), competing at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics will be better mentally prepared than any other team in Games history, the English Institute of Sport (EIS) have promised.