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Over 83,000 excited patrons descended upon Sydney Olympic Park on Saturday night and around 30,000 left roaring with victory, but enough of them. A number of Park businesses recorded a record week when you factor in the 30,000 members of the Hillsong church who were in the Park in the days leading up to the game.

As Sydney geared up to host three of the biggest sporting events in years in July, a glimpse into the future of the Sydney Olympic Park Stadia Precinct was brought to life by a new 3D animation.

IT'S a month of sporting dreams with four weeks of unprecedented action at ANZ Stadium that will feature the highly-anticipated Lions Tour and State of Origin deciders, as well as the biggest football team in the world, Manchester United.

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has rewarded many of his key caucus supporters by promoting them to his new look frontbench.

Powerbroker Bill Shorten, who spectacularly switched his support to Mr Rudd moments before last week's leadership ballot, is a big winner, taking on the education portfolio.

That makes him the chief salesman for Labor's schools funding reforms.

On 5 June Sydney Olympic Park was turned blue in a magnificent light show to support the NSW Blues in the State of Origin I.

More than 334,000 fans will pass through the turnstiles at ANZ Stadium in the biggest month of sport at the venue since the Rugby World Cup in 2003 and the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

It's a month of sporting dreams for footy fans. Four weeks of unprecedented action at ANZ Stadium that will feature a State of Origin decider and two of the biggest drawing football teams in the world.

More than 334,000 fans will pass through the turnstiles at ANZ Stadium in the biggest month of sport at the venue since the Rugby World Cup in 2003 and the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

One of the unique aspects of Sydney Olympic Park as a workplace is the abundance of 'tweeting' from the locals.

The Chief Executive Officer of the NSW Rugby League (NSWRL), Mr. David Trodden, recently announced the appointment to the NSWRL of a new senior executive in Dirk Melton. Dirk previously worked in Sydney Olympic Park during his time as Chief Operating Officer,Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

When complete AXIS @ Sydney Olympic Park will comprise of two Eight-level towers totalling 39,455sqm, containing flexible offices and service retail space, which can be sub-divided to suit business requirements.

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