April 17 - England's hopes of turning bronze into silver or better ended in disappointment in the Yonex European Badminton Championships at the M.E.N. Arena in Manchester today.
March 11 - Badminton England chairman Mike Sertin (pictured right) has died suddenly at the age of the 66.
March 8 - Badminton England finally got their man today when Kenneth Jonassen, formerly one of the world's top players, was confirmed as their new British and England men’s singles coach and will guide the programme in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics.
By Duncan Mackay
January 18 - Thomas Lund (pictured), the chief operating officer of the Badminton World Federation (BWF), today revealed that he is due to fly to London later this month to try to sort out the venue for his sport at the 2012 Olympics as they continue to resist attempts to make them move to Wembley Arena.
January 9 - Anthony Clark (pictured) has admitted that the attraction of competing in the the London 2012 Olympics has prevented him from following former mixed doubles partner Donna Kellogg into retirement.
January 1 - England's doubles coach Tan Kim Her (pictured) has quit less than three years before the London 2012 Olympics to return home to join the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).
December 9 - Gail Emms (pictured), Britain's most successful ever female badminton player, is backing the country’s young guns to make a big impression at the Yonex European Individual Badminton Championships in Manchester in April.
December 7 - Yonex were today unveiled as the sponsor of the 2010 European Individual Championships to be held at the M.E.N. Arena in Manchester in April.
December 4 - A heavily pregnant Gail Emms (pictured) today received her MBE from the Princess Royal at Buckingham Palace.
By Duncan Mackay
December 1 - Badminton is still opposing the proposal by London 2012 to move it from a temporary £40 million venue in Greenwich to Wembley Arena despite the International Olympic Committee (IOC) last week claiming that they support the plan.
By Tom Degun in London
November 26 – Plans by London 2012 to move badminton and rhythmic gymnastics to Wembley Arena were today backed by Denis Oswald (pictured), the chairman of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) Coordination Commission.
By Duncan Mackay in London
November 25 - Sir Craig Reedie (pictured), a former President of the International Badminton Federation (IBF) and member of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) ruling Executive Board, has urged the sport to accept the proposal for it to be relocated to Wembley Arena when London hosts the 2012 Olympics.