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Former sports minister Richard Caborn has called on the Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park to be used as a model for steering the country’s post-pandemic economic ... More
Sheffield’s Olympic Legacy Park (OLP) – the largest London 2012 legacy project – has won £4.9m (US$6.5m, €5.9m) in infrastructure funding. The investment has been ... More
More than 50 high-profile people and organisations have come together to join a global coalition which aims to promote integrity and fight corruption in sport. ... More
A new £3.5m (US$4.9m, €4.4m) arena for British Basketball League (BBL) club the Sheffield Sharks has been approved for construction on the city’s Olympic Legacy ... More
The English Institute of Sport Sheffield (EIS Sheffield) and iceSheffield have been officially incorporated into the city’s multi-million pound Olympic Legacy Park (OLP) project. Located ... More
Plans to create an Olympic Legacy Park on the site of the former Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield are a step closer after Sheffield Eagles ... More
Richard Caborn, formerly MP for Sheffield and sports minister, has urged for an Olympic Legacy Park be built on the site of the former Don ... More
Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield is to be transformed into a £40m "sports and wellbeing park". The plans, described as the most comprehensive Olympic legacy ... More
The Leader of the House of Commons and Lord Privy Seal, a former Culture Secretary of State and three former sports ministers were among the ... More
Manchester-based organisation Youth Charter has launched a new e-petition calling on the House of Commons to debate the social and cultural benefits of the London ... More
Former sports minister Richard Caborn has claimed that plans to increase sports participation in the UK as part of legacy plans for London 2012 are ... More
Former sports minister Richard Caborn has criticised the running of English football's national governing body, the Football Association (FA). Caborn, who served in Tony Blair's ... More
A new purpose-built boxing facility, which will be used by elite British boxers in preparation for the 2012 London Olympics, has been unveiled by sports ... More
The FIA Vanguard Council was host to a Westminster dinner on 3 December, at which the Public Health Minister Dawn Primarolo was a guest. Several ... More
A change in the rules has allowed the Football Association (FA) to bid to host the FIFA World Cup in 2018. The FIFA executive committee ... More
The recently departed Minister for Sport, Richard Caborn - the longest ever serving in that post - first talked about the Improvement Agenda. He recognised ... More
Last week, ex-Sports Minister Richard Caborn MP (the longest serving Sports Minister) used the Letters column of The Times to defend his position on drugs ... More
Gordon Brown, appointed yesterday as the new Prime Minister, has announced a major reshuffle of cabinet ministers. Tessa Jowell has been made minister for the ... More
Sport England has awarded £38.3m into community sports clubs and coaches across England. The investment will fund 2,647 improved sports clubs and train 654 coaches ... More
The government is pondering its next move after the Lords threw out the government’s proposals for a super casino to be built in Manchester. The ... More
Culture minister Richard Caborn has defended Casino Advisory Panel’s decision to award the supercasino to Manchester. Caborn said the CAP had done a "professional job" ... More
The 2007 SkillsActive convention will take place at the newly constructed Wembley Stadium on Tuesday, 1 May. Entitled ‘Staying Ahead Of The Game: Energising The ... More
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has outlined new proposals aimed at controlling gaming in clubs and premises licensed to sell alcohol. The ... More
Richard Caborn, minister for sport, has announced the appointment of four new members to the Football Licensing Authority (FLA) board. The new members – Brendon ... More
Sports minister Richard Caborn has come under fire for suggesting that sports people should not receive bans for using “social” drugs. The World Anti-Doping Authority’s ... More
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