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Sydney Olympic Park Authority is seeking responses to an open tender to lease 1,500sqm retail floor space suitable for a supermarket and ancillary retail business situated within the new Pavilions by Mirvac development at 2 Figtree Drive.

The site is currently under development and will deliver a total of 705 apartments across four residential buildings in a high profile, easily accessible location with frontage onto Australia Avenue.

Congratulations to the NSW Blues on their Herculean effort to claim only their second State of Origin series victory in 13 years with an 18-14 game two win in front of 82,223 at ANZ Stadium on the last Sunday in June. It was a superb game with the stakes intensifying as drama upon drama unfolded right to the last minute.

The Sunday night game was a major success allowing patrons to arrive early and with ease and enjoy the fantastic atmosphere.

GIANTS Chief Executive Officer David Matthews has agreed to a contract extension that will see his tenure at the club extend beyond a decade.

GIANTS Chairman Tony Shepherd today announced the three-year contract extension through until the end of 2021.

Mr Matthews assumed the role as GIANTS Chief Executive Officer in November 2011 following more than a decade as a member of the AFL Executive.

In an effort to take a "simpler and fairer" approach to parking and fines, the NSW Government will now cut fines by 25 per cent in areas such as Sydney Olympic Park, Centennial Park, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Parramatta Park.

Commencing July 1 the current $110 penalty is reduced to $80 in areas the State Government polices.

The Sydney Motorway Corporation has released plans to place the 12M tall, 2.5 tonne monument 'The Sprinter', on a strip of land where WestConnex meets Homebush Bay Drive.

Until recently, the sculpture created by Sydney artist Dominique Sutton for the 2000 Olympic Games was located on the corner of Edwin Flack and Dawn Fraser Avenues, near the Olympic Park Athletic Centre.

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Open to 11-15 year olds, our junior athletic performance program, provides young athletes with an introduction to the tools they will need to improve strength, endurance, speed, power and flexibility.

Back by popular demand, Sydney Showground will be hosting the Pop-Up Christmas Carnival again in 2018, bigger and better than ever before. Starting at just $84 per person, this event provides clients and businesses with a unique alternative to the traditional end of year festivities.

The Pop-Up Christmas Carnival will run from Saturday 24 November to Sunday 9 December 2018. Jam-packed with rides and gourmet food trucks – all in a fabulous festive environment. Be quick as spots are limited with many already sold out. To book your company’s spot, contact the Events team on 9704 1111 or email sales@sydneyshowground.com.au.

One of the country’s leading hospitality training centres for people with mental health issues has been served a delectable treat - a visit by Australian kitchen king ‘Fast Ed’ Halmagyi.

The well-known chef, author and entertainer visited Flourish Australia’s Figtree Conference Centre at Sydney Olympic Park today where he prepared lunch for in-house staff and offered many culinary tips.

They've seen a million faces, they’ve rocked them all, and now they’re returning to ANZ Stadium.

After a massive start to the year featuring The Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran’s record breaking Divide World Tour, rock icons Bon Jovi will return to rock the stadium’s stands once more.

This August marks a new chapter in the time old rivalry between Australia and New Zealand.

For the first time, the Buildcorp Wallaroos and Qantas Wallabies will share the same field as they line up back-to-back for a trans-Tasman double-header on Saturday 18 August at ANZ Stadium.

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