By Duncan Mackay
September 17 - Boxing has won its battle to stay in East London for the 2012 Games after international and British officials resisted efforts to move the sport to Wembley Arena.
By Duncan Mackay
September 17 - An inquest into the death of Ireland's Olympic bronze medal-winning boxer Darren Sutherland (pictured) has been opened and adjourned in London today.
September 15 - Tributes have been paid to Ireland's Olympic bronze medallist Darren Sutherland, who was found hanged yesterday in his flat in Bromley by his manager Frank Maloney.
September 14 - Irish boxer Darren Sutherland (pictured), who won a bronze medal in last year's Olympics in Beijing, was found hanged at his London home today, his manager and police said tonight.
September 12 - Former world champion Barry McGuigan (pictured) has claimed that Britain's boxers will make a major impact the London 2012 Olympics despite returning home from the World Amateur Championships without winning a medal.
September 10 - British boxing head coach Kelvin Travers claims the sport remains on track for success at London 2012 despite having failed to claim a single medal at the World Championships in Milan this week, blaming former boss Terry Edwards (pictured) for the disappointing results.
September 9 - Britain's boxers will return home from the World Amateur Championships in Milan with nothing to show for their efforts after Khalid Yafai (pictured) and Scott Cardle were both beaten tonight.
September 9 - Northern Ireland officials have offered to help Paddy Barnes (pictured) after he was sent home in disgrace from the World Amateur Boxing Championships in disgrace to try to prevent him turning professional before the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
September 7 - The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has reduced the number of men's weight categories from 11 to 10 for the 2012 London Olympics so that women can make their debut in the sport, it officially confirmed today.
September 2 - Britain's David Haye (pictured), the former world cruiserweight champion, has backed the decision to let women box at the London 2012 Olympics, dismissing critics like Amir Khan as "dinosaurs".
March 4 - Former world boxing champion Glenn McCrory (pictured) hopes to get the Cuban boxing team to commit to base themselves in Newcastle during the build-up to the 2012 Olympics by as early as May.
March 26 - Former world boxing champion Glenn McCrory (pictured) has predicted that Newcastle will be dancing to a latin beat in the build-up to the 2012 Olympics.