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The 31-year-old Spaniard joins on a two-year deal, reinforcing Tony Popovic’s attacking options ahead of the 2017-18 A-League season.

“We are very excited to have a player of Oriol’s calibre join us for the next two seasons,” said chief executive John Tsatsimas.

“Oriol has an exceptional pedigree and will no doubt enhance our playing strength and provides us with a great platform to be serious contenders at the business end of the season.”

Come and join D'harawal Saltwater Knowledge Keeper Shannon Foster for a day of Indigenous culture, walks, talks and lots of fun!

Find out about the local Aboriginal Wangal people and how to survive in the mangrove wetland environment by living off the land. Activities include weaving, stringmaking, boomerang throwing, didj playing, storytelling, animal encounters and lots, lots more!

The NRMA last week unveiled Keep Country Moving, a magnificent artwork by Riki Salam, just in time for NAIDOC week. This now features in the foyer of their new premises at 9 Murray Rose Avenue.

Keep Country Moving is a lasting symbol of the NRMA's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

ImproveMe is a member startup company with the Sydney Sports Incubator. ImproveMe have developed a web-based assessment tool that originated as a way to help professional athletes identify their key competencies and assist them in preparing for a fulfilling career path in their life after sport, whilst contributing to a measurable improvement in their on-field performance.

Recently, Claire and Brent from ImproveMe were excited to advise that they have now launched in pilot mode (minimum viable product).

An offer to contest the eight-team Atlas Challenge tournament held in Suzhou, China next month has seen the Kings' organisation name a "Sydney Kings Invitational" squad to contest the prestigious event.

In its third year, the Atlas Challenge, hosted by The Atlas Group, features high-calibre club and national teams from across the Asia-Pacific region, Europe and the United States, who will each play five games over a six-day period between July 17 and July 23.

The Junior Holiday Tennis Camps are open to all children 5-12 years of age. It is a great camp that will help children stay active during the holidays by engaging them in various activities while making new friends. There will be a complimentary sausage lunch on the final day, encouragement awards for each full week participant and a trophy for the ‘Most Improved Player’.

What are you waiting for?

On the 1st of July, 2016, Sydney’s hospitality extraordinaire Mr Theodore Drivas (Principle Partner of Dockside Group) gained full ownership of Waterview Venue in Bicentennial Park. Mr Drivas’ first assignment was conducting the rebrand for Waterview venue. In doing so, he assigned marketing agency GC Communications to complete the task. After many months of research and work Waterview brand was relaunched on Monday the 5th of June 2017 at Sydney Olympic Park Business Association Lunch, at Waterview. The rebrand was well received by all members and with much anticipation the new website followed shortly after and was made live on June 23rd, 2017.

Congratulations to Sydney Sports Medicine Centre massage therapist, Brad Milosevic on his selection in the Athletics Australia team for the IAAF World Championships in London later this year.

Way to go Brad!! We will all be cheering you on in August.

Western Sydney University has officially opened its Sydney Olympic Park campus – creating more opportunities for students from across the Western Sydney region to access higher education.

Opened by Mr Luke Foley MP, NSW Labor Leader and Member for Auburn, Sydney Olympic Park is the newest campus for Western Sydney University's College.

Over the past 3 weekends, Sydney Auction Clearances have been on the decline, with increasing City and East suburbs properties passing in. But as much as buyers hope for a price drop, there simply aren’t enough properties for sale to have that happen.

While the weekend’s result was weak, there were buyers at the majority of auctions on the weekend and offers were made, but “in some cases, the vendors weren’t prepared to accept those offers”.