January 24 - Following its success getting women's boxing included in the programme for the London 2012 Olympics, the new International Amateur Boxing Association's (AIBA) Women's Commission (pictured) is aiming to use the Games to catapult the development of the sport.
January 21 - GB Boxing have made only small changes to their podium and development squads as they head into a vital year that includes September's World Championships in Azerbaijan and November's 2012 Olympic test event in London.
January 14 - C K Wu (pictured), President of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA), has told insidethegames he would like to see the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) appoint a new chief executive to replace Paul King to allow the two organisations to rebuild their relationship.
January 10 - Tom Stalker (pictured) secured a knockout start to 2011 after he was named the British Olympic Association (BOA) boxer of the year 2010.
January 4 - The Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) is advertising for a chief executive, although current incumbent Paul King remains a strong contender to retain his job.
December 16 - The Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) and Louvolite, one of the UK's leading manufacturers of window blind fabrics and systems, have extended their partnership agreement for at least another year.
December 15 - C K Wu (pictured), the International Boxing Association (AIBA) President, has claimed he is extremely happy the World Series of Boxing (WSB) has got off to a successful start.
December 8 - Terry Edwards (pictured), the head coach controversially axed after Britain's most successful boxing Olympics in Beijing, is to make a comeback in a key role for London 2012.
November 22 - Ho Kim, chief executive of the World Series of Boxing (WSB), has told insidethegames the new global competition from the International Boxing Association (AIBA) is likely to break even in its second season and start making a profit in the third.
November 19 - The World Series of Boxing (WSB), a new global boxing competition run by the International Boxing Association (AIBA), is set to make its long-awaited official debut this weekend with six matches being held across three different continents.
November 13 - England's Luke Campbell (pictured) stole the show at the inaugural GB Amateur Boxing Championships at the Echo Arena in Liverpool with a phenomenal display that saw him completely outclass Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Iain Weaver 23-6 in the bantamweight final.