May 28 2015 Latest news:
One of my favourite things about Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is how much it is constantly changing and evolving.
Although the ArcelorMittal Orbit tower is a pretty distinctive site in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Londoners haven’t really taken it into their hearts in the same way we have Tower Bridge, the Gherikin, or even the Shard - but that could be about to change with plans to turn it into a giant helter-skelter.
Already one of the most recognisable sights on the Newham skyline, the ArcelorMittal Orbit could soon boast a giant helter-skelter under new plans submitted to the authority running the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It might be an outdoor sport of vast green fairways and well-trimmed lawns, but golf is has reached the big city.
Thousands of people across the country will gather for a community lunch next month, and anyone picnicking at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park could win a trip up the UK’s tallest sculpture.
The architects taking on the challenge of designing the Stratford Waterfront complex as part of the Olympicopolis development have been announced.
The biggest names in Paralympic sport will return to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this summer and six-time champion David Weir cannot wait to revisit the memories of 2012 .
Marathon champion Paula Radcliffe was at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this morning to unveil her Great Runners.
The summer is approaching and we at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are busy gearing up for some big events at the stadium.
Golfing fans should putt the stresses of the week behind them and take a long drive to the Olympic Park next weekend for Europe’s biggest cross golf event.
Staying in Stratford is set to become stylish after a £126m hotel was given the green light.
European 200m champion Adam Gemili will be returning to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this summer for the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games.
Top athletes from the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust will be running a fitness masterclass at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Tuesday, May 5.
The biggest names in British wheelchair rugby will battle it out for national glory at the Copper Box Arena over the weekend.
The biggest names in international diving will be out in force at the London Aquatics Centre next weekend for the British leg of the FINA NVC Diving World Series.
The build-up to the Rio Olympic Games is going pretty well. It has got a lot of competitions leading up to it and the World Championships will be our first chance to qualify for Great Britain.
Could you break the marathon world record at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this summer?
If you thought you saw hundreds of Easter bunnies running around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this weekend, you weren’t going hopping mad.
Olympic diving star Tom Daley is encouraging Newham residents to get active, ahead of next month’s competitive return to the London Aquatics Centre.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be be taken over by a herd of rabbits on tomorrow when it plays host to activeNewham’s Easter Bunny Run.
Visitors to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park can spend a balloon-filled weekend at the top of the UK’s tallest sculpture, to celebrate its first birthday.
Marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe MBE is warming up ahead of the Morrisons Great Newham London Run and is looking for six special ladies to join her team.
I came second in a Girl Guides swimming gala once, so when the chance arose to have a lesson at the Tom Daley Diving Academy, I bravely nominated myself.
London City Airport chiefs are “perplexed” and “disappointed” by the Mayor of London’s decision to refuse plans to expand runways on noise grounds.
A monumental piece of 9/11 Twin Towers steel recovered from Ground Zero has been made into a striking public artwork for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
A businesswoman, who says she is too scared to leave home after she was run over and left walking with crutches, is appealing for witnesses to help catch the driver.
Thousands of people flocked to the ExCel for a jam-packed weekend filled with anything and everything to do with the world of comic books.
Readers knowing my firm East End roots may be surprised to hear that I am a member of Forest Gate Women’s Institute – not because of my abiding fascination with the preservation of rural crafts which was one of the WI’s first objects, but because the Women’s Institute is actually a very feminist organisation dedicated these days to the advancement of education for woman and girls for the public benefit and to the sustainability and conservation of the planet, among other things.
A comedy duo consisting of a nerdy uncle and his mute nephew is just one of the acts performing at a Forest Gate comedy night on Thursday.
The Coca-Cola London Eye is proud to announce that 32 Londoners will be returning this June, following last year’s sell out event. The event will feature 32 talks, in each of the London Eye’s 32 capsules on 32 extraordinary Londoners.