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Sydney has a new benchmark for live entertainment after Ed Sheeran’s three sold-out shows at ANZ Stadium blew open the record books.

An amazing 243,513 patrons experienced Ed’s Divide World Tour concerts at ANZ Stadium, which rolled out over three successive nights from March 15-17 2018, and set a new record for aggregate attendance at a series of stadium concerts in New South Wales.

A program designed to help Australia’s emerging batch of star female athletes leverage their success on the field into success in the commercial world has been launched at ANZ Stadium.

During the first of three sold-out Ed Sheeran concerts at ANZ Stadium, some of Australia’s most influential business leaders and elite athletes gathered to celebrate women’s sport and the power of collaboration by launching the Minerva Network.

Two 80,000-plus sellout crowds for back-to-back blockbusters, 20,000 fans just for a training session, two cracking games, unprecedented fan engagement, and a vow from the Arsenal Football Club not to leave it another 40 years before they return.

This was a week that will live long in the memory of NSW sports fans . . . and now ANZ Stadium and operator VenuesLive have been recognised for delivering an event of the highest order by having the Arsenal FC in Sydney Tour shortlisted for international Event Of The Year at the 2018 The Stadium Business Awards.

Project Arduino is Thales Group’s very own university competition. Now in its fifth year running, this international competition challenges students to find the most innovative and creative use of an Arduino to create their own project based on Thales technology. (Arduino is an electronics prototyping platform based on easy to use hardware and software)

Project Arduino offers students the opportunity to discover Thales and the markets we are present in, learn new skills, meet new people and work in diverse teams, as well as win some exciting prizes! It aims at inspiring students to take up a career in the technology and engineering fields.

Despite a variety of media reports both on the positive and negative side of the argument for how the property market is doing, there is definite evidence that property in the area is more affordable than it was in the past twelve months.

Sydney Olympic Park, Wentworth Point and Newington results follow.

Herbalife Nutrition recently celebrated the fifth year of supporting the Herbalife Family Foundation Bike Ride fundraising initiative which raises funds to provide nutrition to children in need around the world.

In Australia, the Herbalife Family Foundation supports The Infants’ Home (NSW), Lighthouse Foundation (VIC), The Perth Children’Hospital Foundation (WA), Sunshine Butterflies (QLD) and Power Community Limited (SA).

Herbalife Family Foundation recently announced that it will support Power Community to provide nutrition education for students of the Community's Aboriginal AFL Academy. This makes Power Community Limited the fifth organisation in Australia to reap the benefits of the HFF's flagship Casa Herbalife Program.

As active supporters in the community, earlier in the year, Herbalife increased investment in Hyundai A-League's Western Sydney Wanderers FC, becoming senior partners and taking the back-of-shorts position.

The Sydney Olympic Park Authority Business Events team has been recognised for outstanding performance taking the NSW Award for ‘Metropolitan Destination Marketing Organisation’ at the Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) Industry Awards 2017.

The MEA Industry Awards is industry-renowned for recognising best management practice and outstanding performance in the Australian meetings and events industry.

The NRL recently launched its Strategic Plan for 2018-22, a blueprint which will set up the game's long-term future.

Australian Rugby League Commission Chairman, Peter Beattie said Rugby League had to grow to survive and the strategic plan was aimed at expanding the game at all levels.

He said a key pillar was participation, with the new ARL Commission setting this as a priority.

The Sydney Metro West mega railway project will include an underground station at Westmead, delivering more travel benefits to greater Western Sydney.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance announced that after extensive community and industry consultation, the NSW Government has identified further locations for Sydney Metro West.