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A new campaign is using multiple methods to try and trick you into downloading ransomware onto your computer.

The first method uses a fake email that claims to be from eBay, with a common subject line ‘Your invoice for eBay purchases (098871971234567#)’. The ‘click’ link leads to a web page designed to download ransomware onto your computer. The invoice number changes for each email. The fake email looks extremely convincing and is almost identical to a genuine eBay email.

Diversified developer Mirvac Group is advancing plans for a series of high-rise towers at Sydney Olympic Park.

The NSW government said it had made a recommendation to approve the company’s $292 million mixed-use state significant development in the suburb of Sydney Olympic Park that will provide 705 new homes.

Book your Corporate Event at Waterview and enjoy the festivities of Melbourne Cup, overlooking the picturesque parkland, pond and lake.

Gather your colleagues and friends and enjoy sparkling wine on arrival, a delectable three course meal and live coverage of the race that stops the nation!

The annual iconic Spring Cycle is the only cycling event that gives riders the unique opportunity to ride across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It attracts over 10,000 participants every year and is the one day where cyclists have priority on Sydney’s inner CBD roads.

The Spring Cycle caters for all abilities, all types of bikes and all ages (kids ride free).

Changes to street parking in Woo-la-ra will be in place from Monday 28 August with parking duration changing from 4 hours to 1 hour on Monday to Friday and 4 hours Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.

Please ensure you adhere to street signage to avoid penalties.

Roads and Maritime Services will install traffic light metering sensors on the Homebush Bay Drive southbound off-ramp, at the intersection of Underwood Road and Australia Avenue.

The metering sensors will detect when the southbound vehicle queue on the Homebush Bay Drive off-ramp is reaching a length where it may overflow and block vehicles continuing on Homebush Bay Drive.

“Dr Karl” Kruszelnicki and the Hon Craig Laundy MP, Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, were among 4,000 science, sport and technology enthusiasts last weekend when Sydney Olympic Park hosted the Innovation Games as part of National Science Week, which brought together interactive live shows, daring demos, crazy creatures and the latest gadgets on display.

Mining Pyrite has proved to be a success in its first year with a very positive public response to the art exhibition at Newington Armory Gallery, reaching new audiences with many visitors citing that this was the only contemporary art show they have seen all year.

The exhibition featured the works of 20 international and local contemporary artists who have drawn inspiration from Sydney Olympic Park, making use of the artist-in residence and other arts facilities available.

Sustainability continues to be a driver at Sydney Olympic Park, with a new trial of solar bins that has seen an immediate reduction in the number of litter collections, reducing from 84 down to 9 collections in four weeks.

These new solar bins have a number of benefits including eliminating overflowing bins, reducing carbon emissions and traffic congestion, utilising renewable solar cell energy, no birds, pests or vermin accessing rubbish, and dramatically improving cleanliness of public spaces.

New Sydney Kings 7’ centre Amritpal Singh has wasted no time engaging with the local Indian community of Sydney, spending Saturday afternoon (September 2) at the Guru Nanak Punjabi School in Glenwood.

The Education Director of the Australian Sikh Association – Dr Surinder Singh – help make the day possible, and he invited school officials as well as local government members to attend. Amritpal played basketball with hundreds of young students, posed for photographs and signed autographs.