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Olympus Medical Centre, Olympic Park will look after your employees in an event of an accident or injury and will make the WorkCover process a lot easier.

Did you know that obesity rates in Australia are expected to increase with an expected 7.2 million obese people by 2025?

Come and join a FREE seminar to hear directly from Herbalife Nutrition Advisory Board member, Dr. Darren Burgess, who is a specialist in Sports Science and Nutrition. You will learn how to make the right choices towards your health and how to incorporate a healthy active lifestyle and the benefits of effective supplementation.

Arsenal legend Sol Campbell has landed in Sydney to officially launch the 100-day countdown to the Gunners’ Arsenal In Sydney Tour this July.

Sol Campbell, known as an Arsenal “Invincible”, had a celebrated career at the Gunners winning six major trophies with the club. He was also a cornerstone player of the side that went an entire Premier League season unbeaten in 2003/04.

John Frick is a massage therapist with over 15 years experience working in elite sport and corporate health. John has worked with many professional teams and athletes including NRL Teams, the Wallabies, the Waratahs, Hockey, Netball, Cycling, Futsal and Tennis.

John offers a comprehensive service to clients to restore movement and function through deep tissue, trigger point therapy, cupping and sports massage techniques.

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SYDNEY Olympic Park is the place to be Easter weekend with two huge NRL blockbusters and the Easter Show all in one location.

Good Friday sees the annual grudge match the fans can’t get enough of – the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs v South Sydney Rabbitohs, kicking off at the family-friendly time of 4pm. Get your tickets here.

On Thursday, 27 April 2017 the Sydney Business Chamber Western Sydney is hosting a one-day conference – Go West: Uncovering Western Sydney's Visitor Economy at Spotless Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park.

Featuring key speakers from government, the media and the private sector, the conference will focus on Western Sydney's tourism potential and how it can be both developed and promoted to benefit the region.

With Australia’s largest annual ticketed event just weeks away, the RAS of NSW is looking forward to an extremely productive year, particularly with the growth in the number of events held at Spotless Stadium.

This year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show will be held from Thursday 6 April to Wednesday 19 April.

Adam Macrae, 34, is a rural high school teacher and Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation (RASF) Community Futures Grant recipient. He is deeply passionate about supporting young people in his hometown of Coonamble and has been mentoring his former student Kelsey Shields, 18, for around six years.

Tracie Murphy from Bangor has fond childhood memories of the Sydney Royal Easter Show; going to the Moore Park showgrounds as a family with mum and dad. So for her, becoming a Show volunteer was a natural progression.

“Being a long-term Showgoer I’ve always had affection for it. I saw the opportunity to be a volunteer as a way to give back,” she said. “People save up all year to have a great day at the Show, and it makes me feel good if I can help them enjoy it without stress and hassle,” Tracie said.