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Olympic-style sports competition 28/06/2010 Olympic-style sports competition

A new Olympic and Paralympic-style sports competition for young people across England was announced today.

Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award shortlist 17/06/2010 Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award shortlist

The shortlist recognises 22 outstanding buildings across the country.

Further savings announced 17/06/2010 Further savings announced

Savings of around £73 million have been made as part of our contribution to reducing the fiscal deficit.

Danny Boyle to direct London 2012 opening ceremony 16/06/2010 Danny Boyle to direct London 2012 opening ceremony

Academy Award winner and British filmmaker Danny Boyle has been appointed  to direct the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.

The restoration of Chiswick House Gardens 14/06/2010 The restoration of Chiswick House Gardens

£12 million restoration unveiled.

Promoting tourism 11/06/2010 Promoting tourism

Jeremy Hunt sets out plans to create tourism legacy from Olympic Games and Diamond Jubilee, and pledges to boost domestic market share.

Hugh Robertson flies to South Africa 11/06/2010 Hugh Robertson flies to South Africa

The Minister for Sport and the Olympics will today fly out to South Africa for England’s World Cup debut match against the USA.

The J G Ballard archive 10/06/2010 The J G Ballard archive

The archive of J G Ballard, one of the most visionary British writers of the twentieth century, has been acquired by the nation.

Olympic sports legacy plans 10/06/2010 Olympic sports legacy plans

Hugh Robertson sets out his plans to reform sport and deliver a lasting legacy from the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Rude Britannia 10/06/2010 Rude Britannia

Exhibition of British Comic Art at Tate Britain, 9 June – 5 September

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