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Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 will connect Parramatta to Sydney Olympic Park via Camellia, Rydalmere, Ermington, Melrose Park and Wentworth Point.

The project will revitalise local communities in the Greater Parramatta and Olympic Peninsula region and bring the 30-minute city closer to reality. Parramatta Light Rail are holding information sessions in Sydney Olympic Park on Sat 21 April, 10am to 2pm and Thursday 3 May, 4pm to 8pm, so you can find out more about the project.

4 Murray Rose will build on GPT's strong track record in playing a major role in the transformation of Sydney Olympic Park in a major commercial and employment centre.'

The ceremony followed an inspection of 4 Murray Rose by the NSW Minister for Police and Emergency Services Troy Grant and RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons as concrete was being poured for the topping of the building.

Special Olympics Australia fundraising events are always fun and provide an opportunity to meet Special Olympics athletes and hear their stories of courage, determination and personal achievement.

The 2018 Annual Laugh Out Loud Breakfast at ANZ Stadium will be held on Thursday 3 May. Special Olympics Ambassadors Rob and Tahir will be their usual, hilarious and entertaining selves and will host several Comedy Festival comedians over the course of the morning's breakfast. Limited tickets are still available.

City of Parramatta Council has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with property company, PAYCE enabling detailed planning and design work to commence for a possible new bridge across the Parramatta River linking Melrose Park and Wentworth Point.

The ‘Gateway Bridge’ has been proposed by PAYCE, the original developer of Wentworth Point and the major landowner of Melrose Park. The company will engage specialist consultants to carry out the initial detailed design work, and will fund all costs associated with this stage of the bridge project.

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The City of Parramatta are seeking expressions of interest from community members with knowledge of Parramatta’s rich and diverse heritage, including Darug people, other Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders; and members of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities to participate in a Community Heritage Interpretation Working Group as part of the development of Parramatta Square.

Making smart nutrition choices can be the critical factor determining whether you reach your body composition, strength, performance and recovery goals or not.

How athletes fuel themselves is a major component of the Precision Athletica model and our team of dietitian’s will educate and guide you in developing sustainable nutrition choices that will help you achieve your athletic goals, reduce the risk of injury and speed up recovery.

Due to popular demand, the Sydney Sports Medicine Centre will be commencing a second 10 week Yoga program in May.

This course will only be available to 12 clients each term as we aim to progress and teach you at your own pace and level. Our sessions are run by senior facilitators with experience in sequencing appropriately for corporate clients as well as weekend warriors and elite athletes.

Sydney Olympic Park Authority (SOPA) has appointed Brett Morgan to the role of senior manager, marketing and communications.

Morgan was previously head of marketing at Continki Holidays, state general manager of marketing and media for AFL NSW, and head of media for sports, media and social influencer start up 20Four.

There's nothing better than Sunday arvo footy and this autumn ANZ Stadium is playing host to a bevy of early evening entertainment.

Over the coming months there will be five NRL blockbusters, all Sydney v Sydney teams, played at ANZ Stadium in family friendly afternoon time slots.

The games are scheduled to start between 2pm and 4pm, giving families the best possible opportunity to enjoy the footy.