Questions relating to the English Language usage when referring to dates

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'in' vs. 'on' for dates

I've met the following phrase: Something happened on February 12-25, 2010. It means that some event started on February 12th and ended on February 25th. Actually the text was about the Olympic ...
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“In month year” versus “In year month”

I find that "in May 2012" is used more often than "in 2012 May" by far. Is the latter ungrammatical?
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Writing deadlines

I'm currently using the following date format for setting deadlines: Monday, 27 January 2014, 3 PM My questions are: Should I mention time at the beginning or leave it at the end? Should I ...