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Major work has stated on the $20 million New South Wales Rugby League Centre of Excellence at Sydney Olympic Park, set to deliver highest quality training facilities and ensure the future success of Rugby League in the State.

NSW Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres joined NSW Blues coach Laurie Daley and NSW Rugby League Chairman Dr George Peponis OAM to turn the first sod on the ‘game changing’ facility.

In a milestone for Australian mental health and wellbeing support, foremost not-for-profit service provider “RichmondPRA” has changed its name to “Flourish Australia.”

The organisation has consulted widely to come up with a simpler and modern name that encapsulates what it does in the community.

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Excitement is building around the Sydney Kings’ 2016-17 roster, following the signing of NBA D-League star Greg Whittington.

The 23 year caught the Kings attention while leading the Sioux Falls Skyforce to a championship this past season.

He was also scouted at the NBA Summer league - while playing for the Miami Heat - by Managing Director Jeff Van Groningen, prior to his time with the Kings.

Clinical based Pilates at the Sydney Sports Medicine Centre is run by Physiotherapists who are also qualified Pilates Instructors.

All programs are individually designed, based on clinical assessment and individual goals.

S P Jain School of Global Management are hosting two EMBA information sessions this week.

Click on the registration link and attached flier if you or any of your colleagues are interested in finding out more on the program.

The Sydney Sports Incubator (SSI) invites Members of the Business Association and interested parties to attend their next pitch event showcasing three new, exciting and innovative startup companies.

SSI is designed to assist both start-ups as well as existing companies establish or build-out the commercialisation of their sports related products or services.

Matt Abood will make his long awaited Olympic debut at the Rio 2016 Games after he joined fellow New South Wales Institute of Sport athlete James Magnussen and the Gold Coast’s James Roberts in the 2016 Australian Olympic Team today.

Nearly 40,000 fans braved extreme weather conditions in Sydney on Saturday night for the Socceroos v Greece Dondoni Series at ANZ Stadium.

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